Games that use humor should be respected. With the AAA game industry so dead-set on being dramatic, seeing the indie scene embrace the goofier side is a glimmer of hope. Humor has a place in games and developers should be honored for trying to be funny. However, being funny is no substitute for being good. If a game is going to be wacky and never itself seriously, it still needs to have substance to back it up. Enter Boo Bunny Plague, a game that puts every bit of its effort into trying to be funny, while sapping any life and enjoyment out of actually playing it. What a wreck.