Run Bunny Run is a cute little game inspired in the Japanese Kawaii style. It is a runner bunny that has to collect as many eggs as possible before he gets too tired or pinched by a cactus.
The bunny needs to collect candies too although this is not necessary since this Kawaii Bunny seems to like carrots as well.
We don't really know if he eats the candies or he collects them. Neither we know what he does with the eggs after the game ends. Anyhow just tap the screen to hop. Avoid the cactuses or cacti whichever you feel more comfortable but please avoid them!
This is a free game intended to promote our other games.
I hope you like it and please let us know if there's anything you would like us to change so we can improve it on our next version.
So what Wikipedia says about Kawaii:
Kawaii (かわいい?, [kaw͍aiꜜi], "lovable", "cute", or "adorable") is the quality of cuteness in the context of Japanese culture. It has become a prominent aspect of Japanese popular culture, entertainment, clothing, food, toys, personal appearance, behavior, and mannerisms. The noun is kawaisa (可愛さ?), literally, "lovability", "cuteness" or "adorableness".
Giant eyes, rounded shapes, and simplistic features are hallmarks of one of the cutest forms of art. It's known as "kawaii", coming from the Japanese word for cute, and has been adopted into a subculture that can be found worldwide.
So what does this have to do with Hello Kitty™ and cupcakes with faces? Both are simple, childlike ideas rendered into consumable media. When it comes to drawing something that will be labeled as kawaii, you want to keep the features sparse. If it's a face, use as few lines as possible to get the job done. Often noses are left out.
In the case of Hello Kitty ™, her mouth is absent and she rarely shows a lick of expression. Not all kawaii has to be dead-eyes and static poses, however. A wide variety of simple expressions are often seen in kawaii characters, but their features are still very, very simple.
An oval drawn for one eye.
Three lines converging together makes a cute winking eye.
Add a smile (kawaii things are often happy things).
Add some rosy cheeks and sparkles to the eye.
Kawaii is an explosion of cuteness. Often it's minimal in terms of its composition. What makes a toaster utterly adorable tends to be two eyes and a smiling mouth. While its origins are nested deep within a Japanese subculture that's bled out to the rest of the world in sunshine and sparkles, kawaii has become a web of design, fashion, and lifestyle ideas tailored to various cultures of their own.
In recent years it's been a trend in tween and teen fashion in Western culture, showing up in malls across the globe and causing large companies to tailor their design to fit the fad. Whether kawaii burns out and is replaced by another design idea in the future is uncertain. It is certainly cute, however, and often that's all that matters in the culture of kawaii. For more on what makes characters cute, check out The Elements of Cute Character Design, an article by Sascha Preuss from our Character Illustration Session.
Disclaimer: Hello Kitty ™ name and characters are registered trademarks of Sanrio Co., Ltd.