Toxic Bunny

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Toxic Bunny
Basic Information
Video Game
Celestial Games
Vision Software, SoftKey
Keyboard, Joystick
DOS and Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
United Nations International Release Date(s)
DOS and Microsoft Windows
November 191996
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Steam | Xbox Live

Toxic Bunny is a side-scrolling action computer game for DOS computers released in 1996 by Celestial Games (now Twilyt Productions).

The premise of the game is that a bunny named Toxic has been transformed and is in a very bad situation and a really bad mood. The game covers more than four large levels in which Toxic hunts the person (or animal) responsible for interrupting his coffee break, brainwashing all his friends, and covering the planet with a decaffeinated goo.[citation needed] Within the game you can use a Nitric Hamster Launcher and squash aliens with rusty nautical equipment.

Many say the game is a psychedelic parody of Epic Games character, Jazz Jackrabbit, due to similar gameplay and the fact that the main protagonist is also a rabbit. However there is no proof of this.[citation needed]

Twilyt Productions planned to release a sequel, Toxic Bunny 2 for the Xbox, but the game was cancelled[1]. The original game is due to receive a Java port[2] along with a level editor[3].

The revamped 1996 release of the game is currently underway and will be FREE download from website Other items like the level editor and pdf a manual will also be down loadable.

There is also a blog that has regular updates with regards the revamp of this classic title at

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