The title implies Boogie Bunnies is a rhythm game, but it shares more in common with match three puzzle games like Bejeweled. When you match three colorful rabbits together they do a jig. Boogie Bunnies costs 800 Microsoft Points ($10), the same price as Omega Five, when it arrives on Wednesday.
While Boogie Bunnies might not get much attention Microsoft also mentioned Rez HD is coming “soon”. Poker Smash, a puzzle game with poker elements, and Brain Challenge, the first Xbox Live Arcade brain bending game are scheduled to “launch soon.” Brain Challenge is developed by the cell phone veterans at Gameloft and I believe it's their first Xbox Live Arcade game too. Quite an interesting shift in development for the studio.