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The Night of the Rabbit





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The Night of the Rabbit





Experience a magical adventure. Journey with Jerry to the enchanted realm of Mousewood , master fascinating spells and solve tricky puzzles. Along with a intriguing story you will see breathtaking hand drawn backgrounds and elaborately animated characters.

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Experience a magical adventure. Journey with Jerry to the enchanted realm of Mousewood , master fascinating spells and solve tricky puzzles. Along with a intriguing story you will see breathtaking hand drawn backgrounds and elaborately animated characters. A Unique soundtrack complements Jerry's incredible adventure with fabulously composed music.

Additionally, various bonus contents, like audio books, a card game and special stickers wait to be unlocked, contributing to the game's magical experience.

Key Features:

  • A mysterious world: Unravel the Marquis de Hoto's sinister secret, travelling through Mousewood and far portal worlds.

  • Hand drawn HD-graphics: Let more than 50 carefully hand drawn HD sceneries and over 40 lovingly animated characters put a spell on you.

  • Enchanting soundtrack: One hour of music composed exclusively for this game, sophisticated ambient sounds and fully voiced dialogues bring the magic to your ears

  • Bonus content: Unlock a multitude of extras, like a segmented audio book, an enigmatic card deck and funny stickers. Collect them all and learn more about Mousewood's people.

  • Tricky puzzles: It will take all your wit and cunning to master the portal worlds' different spells and solve the mysteries surrounding Mousewood and the Marquis.

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Adventure, Mac
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
English, German
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Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz Single Core or 2.0 GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk: 6 GB free Hard Disk Space
  • Video Card: OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 256 MB RAM
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0C compatible
  • Other: Mouse


  • OS: MaxOS X Lion (10.7)
  • CPU: 2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Hard Disk: 6 GB free Hard Disk Space
  • Other: Mouse
Recommended Requirements


  • OS:Windows Vista/7/8
  • Processor:2.5 GHz (Single Core) or 2 GHz (Dual Core)
  • Memory:4 GB RAM
  • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
  • Sound:DirectX compatible


  • OS:Lion (10.7)
  • Processor:2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Hard Drive:7 GB HD space

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Daedalic does it again: the magical edition


Daedalic, the modern master of point&click adventure games, takes on the fantasy genre with this game. The Night of the Rabbit takes you on a fantastical journey into a world full of magic and wonder. You meet a wide array of interesting characters (most of which are animals) and help save their world from mysterious forces. The game also has some really interesting underlying themes (mostly about capitalism and humanity's impact on nature) that could totally be missed if you don't click on everything you see and hear every piece of dialogue. The story itself is decent, and keeps you guessing but ultimately, I found the world itself to be more appealing than the actual story. The only negatives I have about this game are that some puzzles took me way too long to figure out (but that might be more my fault than the actual design of the game). I also found the end to be somewhat convoluted but I still really enjoyed the whole journey.

If you're a thinker, do not miss this title!


Apart from the storyline, it's possible that the gameplay will not suit a lot of players, but if you're a fan of Point and Click titles, be sure to experience TNotR. You can circulate in a vast environment, and discover a lot of secrets, all because of the good story. It's worth mentioning that TNotR has about 20 hours of gameplay and can keep you entertained for a long time. Solving puzzles and thinking about different issues is the core of the gameplay, so if you are patient, you will experience this title. Sometimes, to solve a puzzle, you have to choose a tool from your backpack and solve the puzzle. If you want to try eating fruit at the corner of this great jungle, clicking on it will benefit you from the sweet or bitter taste of it in the virtual world. Sometimes the gameplay will be horribly heavy and tedious until that the challenge of the game reduces greatly. A high degree of difficulty will sometimes make it difficult for you to discover a small secret. One of the best independent games this year is TNotR's, with a good storyline and excellent design.

King's Quest meets Studio Ghibli.


The Night of the Rabbit is a point and click adventure game. I could describe it as a combination of King's Quest with a Studio Ghibli flavour because the art style surely reminds me of this Japanese animation studio. Slow as it may start it's a good game with some cryptic puzzle, luckily only few are of those enigmatic kind that sometimes just asks for a quick peek at a guide. Worth checking out.

Where is that wabbit?


Daedalic Entertainment is very well known for adventure games that look beautiful and having some envintormental/green message about it. This game is no different, you have wonderful the great outdoors, sometimes how pollution is bad... Some of the characters are interesting and puzzles most of the time make sense and are easy enough to solve, but there are some things that are really bad about this game. First is the main character - you play as a kid that wants to be magician. Some of his jokes are really fun, but sometimes he is so incredibly clueless it's painful. Same for some other characters, their stereotypes like "annoying kid being smarter than anyone else" are not fun at all. Second would be the annoying, almost random card game. It's not fun and thankfully it is not mandatory to play with everyone and win. As side activity, it's incredibly boring. Cards have nice, pretty dark pictures, though. Biggest and worst offender, like with many Daedalic games is the ending, which is obvious setup for a sequel. The things in the plot get going in 2/3rd of the game, and when it finally goes somewhere, it throws you obvious reveal, and if you want to know (and believe me, you will) what is going on, the game will throw at you "the end" screen. Just so you will buy the sequel. What makes this game great, though, is that there is nice artwork of pug and I love those dogs and can't get enough of them. So if you're pug lover, you will find some here.

A Daedalic adventure


Another point and click game by Daedalic which means really good artwork and characters that bring alot of charm to the world and nice soundtrack. The story is simple to grasp and the puzzles are not so difficult as other games from Daedalic. Voiceovers annoyed me in the beginning but later on I got used them. I recommend this game to anyone who wants to play a solid point and click adventure and as a first entry into Daedalic style of games.

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