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There really aren't that many games on boardgamegeek with rabbits as a theme, but my random explorations on the site sometimes make me feel like I'm surrounded by more bunnies than Hugh Hefner.

What's more, bunny-themed games seem to bring out the dementia in game designers and players alike. Is there mercury in the carrots or something?
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1. Board Game: Hare & Tortoise [Average Rating:6.65 Overall Rank:1073]
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This represents the more subtle side of the Dementia -- an avowedly classic game that tempts many serious gamers to submit to the Bunny Power. Marketed to children and adults alike -- no one escapes!
 
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2. Board Game: Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot [Average Rating:5.49 Overall Rank:15085] [Average Rating:5.49 Unranked]
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Exhibit A: The modifier "killer" is employed with respect to only one animal in all of the boardgamegeek game titles -- you guessed it, bunnies. This game is reasonably popular and gets good reviews, but a quick look at the box cover suggests a dark subculture.
 
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3. Board Game: Devil Bunny Needs a Ham [Average Rating:5.41 Overall Rank:14721]
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The plot here involves -- what else -- a "devil bunny" trying to knock players off of the edge of a skyscraper. And of course, the gibberish title is one of the favorite phrases of many gamers to utter.
 
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4. Board Game: Devil Bunny Hates the Earth [Average Rating:4.83 Overall Rank:15164]
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Sequel to "Ham," "Earth" is seemingly a slightly more sensible title until one realizes that the plot here involves unleashing a vile form of salt water taffy upon the world.
 
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5. Board Game: Wabbit Wampage [Average Rating:5.90 Overall Rank:7669]
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I remember stumbling across the news of this game's release back when I was reading Games magazine in the mid-1980s. I passed it off at the time as an amusing reference to Elmer Fudd. Of course, then I was ignorant of the maniacal, apparently chainsaw-wielding rabbit on the game cover. Nor did I realize that this was just a foreshadowing of a subculture gradually coming unhinged.
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6. Board Game: Wabbit's Wevenge [Average Rating:5.51 Overall Rank:12049]
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Like the Devil Bunnies after them, the Wampaging Wabbits also earned their Wevenge in a bizarre sequel.
 
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7. Board Game: Uncle Wiggily [Average Rating:4.01 Overall Rank:15272]
 
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Going through the archives, we find the ancient origins of these modern afflictions. Uncle Wiggily appears at first to be an innocent children's game. But look at that bipedal bunny in a top hat and tails -- clearly the stuff of a nightmare or a Salvador Dali painting. And the Pipsisewah? Skeeziks? Good Lord.
 
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8. Board Game: Bowling Bunnies [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
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I simply do not know what to make of this one. Here from the Island of Misfit Games are the Bowling Bunnies, rabbits with jester outfits and bells that one knocks over with little balls. Surreal.
 
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9. Board Game: Who Framed Roger Rabbit? [Average Rating:4.17 Unranked]
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Amid most company, this game's theme might seem a little wacky, but here it stands out for being overly tepid and normal.
 
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