Bunhouse hops to Switch later this month, PlayStation and Xbox versions to follow
The fluffy-tailed, laid-back gardening sim Bunhouse will launch on Nintendo Switch later this month, publisher Digerati is happy to announce. Switch players will be able to start having fun with their buns starting May 18th. It'll be priced at $19.99 and be available with a 20% launch discount. Bunhouse is also coming to PlayStation and Xbox later this year
Created by developer Reky Studios and originally released on Steam, with a 93% positive user rating, Bunhouse offers stress-free gardening fun for a chilled and rewarding experience. Can be enjoyed solo or in couch co-op for up to four players.
About the game
Bunhouse is a cute, simple, bunny-filled game focused on growing plants and managing a greenhouse with fellow buns. Take care of your leafy plant buddies by balancing the amount of water and light they get. Play with friends and upgrade your greenhouse for wholesome, relaxing fun.
Sometimes life is hectic. Sometimes we just need to take a breather and relax in a happy little world filled with bunnies. This is the core vision of Bunhouse – a game you can play solo or with up to four friends to relax and be happy. There is nothing to kill, no one to be better than, no quests or debt to pay off, just some plants that need watering and a greenhouse full of possibility.
Grow and sell plants
Take care of your plants
Order new decorations for your garden and greenhouse
Upgrade your greenhouse
Couch co-op with up to four friends