Not Doppler Launches Lite Versions of Bunny Cannon to Web and Mobile

[] Sydney, Australia – Mobile and online games publisher Not Doppler has today launched free Lite versions of Bunny Cannon 1.0 both on the App Store (for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and online for PC and Mac.

Bunny Cannon is Not Doppler’s second mobile title. Their first published mobile title, Earn to Die, has seen global success – becoming the #1 racing game on iPhone in over 50 countries and peaking at #4 overall in the Top 10 paid chart in the USA.

Can you Catch all the Bunnies?
In Bunny Cannon your goal is to fill the baskets in each level with the required number of bunnies. To do this, you must launch bunnies from your cannon, whilst carefully aiming to avoid hitting any hazardous obstacles. The Lite versions for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad contain 18 free levels for users to trial the game; with up to 90 levels available in the paid versions.

Collide and Multiply:
Colliding boy bunnies with girl bunnies (and vice versa) will result in the bunnies popping and multiplying and filling the screen with even more bunnies in the process. This unique game mechanic will be crucial to success in order to collect the required number of bunnies in each level.

Desktop Version also Available:
A free online Flash version of Bunny Cannon has also been released for PC and Mac, allowing players to trial the game’s first 30 levels from their web browser.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 16.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Bunny Cannon Lite 1.0 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. A free HD version for iPad is also available.Bunny Cannon Lite 1.0
Download from iTunes
Download from iTunes (HD)
Bunny Cannon (Online Flash Version)
YouTube Video
Press Kit (zip)

Not Doppler is a Sydney-based game publisher. Since 2005, Not Doppler has become well established in the Flash gaming sector, helping fund and sponsor over 120 original Flash titles. In 2012, Not Doppler made its entrance into mobile and tablet publishing by teaming up with independent game studio Toffee Games to bring their hit Flash title Earn to Die to the App Store, which became the #1 racing game on the iPhone in over 50 countries. Copyright (C) 2013 Not Doppler Pty Limited. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

###John Daskalopoulos
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