Bunny Ninjas – Game Introduction
Bunny Ninjas is an iPhone game developed by YayNinjas LLC that tasks players with amassing an army of ninjas to fight against giant porcupines. Gamezebo’s Bunny Ninjas strategy guide and walkthrough will provide you with a quick start guide, tips and tricks, hints and cheats so that you can win every battle.
Quick Start Guide
- Bunny Ninjas can be downloaded from the App Store for free by following the “Get It Now” link at the top of this page.
- When you first start playing the game will ask you whether or not you want to accept “push notifications.” If you select yes, the game will send notifications to your phone even when the game is off to inform you of important in-game events. If you select no, you can always go back and turn the feature on from the options menu.
- The main goal of the game is to build up a powerful army of ninja bunnies and to expand and improve your bunny garden. To do this you’ll need to collect food and fight battles, which will earn you the money necessary to buy ninjas and decorations.
An Army of Ninjas
- You’ll start the game with just three ninjas, but you can buy more with the money you earn. Depending on your experience level you’ll have a maximum number of ninjas that you can have at once, starting at 16. There’s also a minimum number, which refers to the amount of ninjas you’ll need to go on a raid. But more on that later.
- There are different types of ninjas, each of which has its own characteristics. Some have higher defense ratings, some are better at attacking. Generally speaking, the more expensive the ninja is, the better it will perform in a raid.
- You’ll only have access to a few ninjas to begin with, but as you earn experience points and gain levels, more will unlock, including robots and monsters.
- When purchasing a ninja there are two things to consider: cost and time. Each ninja comes with a price tag, as well as a time limit that determines when they’ll actually be available to use.
- After buying the ninja it will come delivered in a wooden crate. After the pre-determined time limit, which is usually a few hours, the crate will start rocking. You’ll need to tap the crate several times to release your new ninja. If you fail to do this on time, the ninja will run away. You’ll also need to clear away the broken crate pieces by tapping on them.
- The reason you want to amass a strong army of ninjas is so that you can go out on raids. Raids are simply battles, which take place against a giant porcupine monster. The better your ninjas, the better your chances of winning.
- In battle you have three actions: high attacks, low attacks, and switching between ninjas. The two attacks do the same damage, and you can see how much health the porcupine has left via a green meter that goes down as the monster takes damage.
- But your ninjas will also take damage. So to prevent them from dying, you can switch out ninjas when their health starts to get low. If they run out of health, you’ll lose them for good.
- Successful raids will earn you a nice, large sum of cash.
Digging for Food
- The other way you can earn cash (and experience!) is by digging for food. This works in a similar manner to farming in other social games. You have a plot of land, a helper bunny, and you can choose a type of food for them to dig for.
- Each type of food, naturally, has different characteristics. Each has a cost and a time limit associated with it. But each also has an amount of money that it pays out once you collect it. The higher the initial cost, the higher the eventual payout.
- If you fail to collect the food in time it will get stolen. This is where push notifications can come in handy, as they can remind you when food is ready to be collected.
- You can also earn money through the “daily surprise,” which, as the name implies, gives out money once a day. To increase the amount that you get from the daily surprise, you;ll need to decorate.
- At the top of the screen you’ll notice a little smiley face: this represents your happy points. The higher the happy points, the more money you get for the daily surprise. Adding decorations like hedge bushes or benches increases the happy points, thus increasing your daily payout.
Carrots versus Coins
- Like most social games, there are two types of currency in Bunny Ninjas: coins and carrots. Coins are what you earn by completing raids and collecting food, while carrots need to be purchased with real world money or by completing various offers.
- Carrots have several uses, chief of which is making things go faster. By spending a few carrots you can decrease the amount of time it take for bunnies or food to be ready.
- Carrots are also necessary for buying certain items. The most important of these are the functional items. These include a wheelbarrow that automatically collects food for you and statues that let you create monster and robot ninjas. So the only way to get a robot ninja bunny is to spend a few bucks.
- You can purchase carrots in four different bundles: nine for $4, 16 for $7, 46 for $20, and a whopping 155 for $70.
- You can also get free carrots by completing offers. This amounts to installing apps (some of which aren’t actually free). Each app will earn you a certain number of carrots.
- You’ve completed the Bunny Ninjas quick start guide for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Now you have all the skills necessary to show those porcupines who is boss. Be sure to keep checking back with Gamezebo for our extensive coverage with reviews, previews, guides and more.