'Ears and Burgers': Feed hungry, hungry rabbits on your phone

A hungry rabbit has come riding in on a snail demanding a burger. — Crescent Moon Games/dpa

Rabbits, burgers, the Middle Ages. This confusing combination doesn't sound like a promising game at first. But Ears and Burgers proves quite the opposite.

Hungry rabbits in a two-dimensional, medieval look start hopping onto your screen and demand you quickly stack some burgers for them. So you hop to it and start combining buns, salad and patties. No floppy-eared bunny should be forced to hop away hungry.

As you acquaint yourself with these hungry hoppers, you discover the game mechanics are relatively simple. But then as time goes by, the number of possible combinations on the burger menu increases, while the time available for selection remains just as short.

This can get pretty hectic, pretty fast. But you're the burger chef, and you need to keep your customers satisfied.

With every satisfied bunny that hops home with its burger, you collect points that you can use to unlock more ingredients, locations and tasks.

And every now and then, a particularly hungry bunny comes along, offering a greater challenge. The absurd and hilarious bunny-feeding bonanza called Ears and Burgers is available for devices with Android (US$2.99/RM12) and iOS (US$2.99). – dpa

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