Even a quick glance in the general direction of Boogie Bunnies is enough to give you cavities. The presentation is overly sweet with an incredibly colorful, joyful look. This isn't a bad thing, and considering the generally gloomy mood of most games, is actually pretty appealing. At the same time, the bright, cheery nature does get a bit overwhelming at times. Music is surprisingly low-key most of the time, but really kicks up when the bunnies start to dance around. Even then, music isn't too overwhelming and shows a good bit of variety. There's a quick disco-like beat, a bit of a Congo and even something that sounds a little like the Hamster Dance. Even when being blasted by exploding red bunnies, everyone is always upbeat and ready to dance.
Though the visual appeal is largely a matter of personal opinion, there are a few technical issues that pop up and make the experience a little more difficult. Bunnies are bunched together a little too closely, which makes it hard to tell them apart - especially when you're trying to judge where you're launching a bunny. This becomes even harder in later levels when bunnies begin to wear costumes, like big hats. There is enough of a difference between colors, though red and orange bunnies are a little too close in hue, so it isn't uncommon to launch a red into a group of oranges or vice versa.