The giant bunny does a better space game than Angry Birds

Big Bang is another entry in the scattershot Rabbids franchise. It’s hard, you play with a single life, and it’s an arcade game where a knowledge of orbital mechanics, and  Kepler’s laws of planetary motion, comes in useful. Naturally I love it:

I loved the concept and game mechanics of Big Bang when I first played it just before Christmas, and my time with the game since then has increased my appreciation of the title. No, it’s not for everybody, it can be frustrating and orbital mechanics is not as easy a concept to grab as ‘lob a bird at a wall’, but if you stick with it you’ll find an engrossing game that offers something different to the run of the mill puzzle game you might have expected.