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In a world of beat em up kill em all action games and hidden object super horror games, this is a sweet reminder that games with puzzles can be inventive, imaginative, and have a gentle message. The fantasy is well presented, and the puzzles are simple enough to mostly not need a hint, but they are also challenging enough to need some kind of thought. It is a slightly slower game, so if expecting wild shoot em up stuff, forget it. There is a story line which could make the impatient person frustrated, but the story is important and actually ties into the game better than most I have played. And leads to the deeper dream of the game. The puzzle solutions can be really tricky to find, but all the hints are in the scenes, you just have to remember which scene (or sub-scene!) and apply. (Elevator had me fooled for a bit!). I would love to have more from this team! Refreshing, and short-ish game, so do not expect days of play. Amusing animation , well designed scenes, poignant details. I do think my grand kids will enjoy as well... (9,10,11 ages)
I love this game. It’s probably one of my favorites I’ve found on the AppStore in the last year, even. The graphics are interesting and fun to explore, the puzzles are tricky but (without hints) not infuriating, and the concept is (while a classic) incredibly unique. If you’re looking to lose yourself in a thoughtful, immersive, otherworldly place for a few hours or so (I finished the game over about four sessions, each lasting an hour or more), buy this game. And hey, added bonus, you pay to play — you won’t be harassed to buy hints or anything else for that matter. Well done, team.
I play a lot of adventure games so this review reflects that. This game has really nice graphics and a lot of tiny things to find. I had to keep enlarging the screen on my iPad just to find items. There is a lot of attention to detail and I totally appreciate that. It bugged me that I would find something but couldn’t collect it until I found something else, when I had to go back and find it again. Lots of back and forth. It felt like 95% of the game was spent on HO and the other 5% on relatively easy, colorful puzzles based on old puzzle themes. It ran smoothly on my iPad Air 2 iOS 12 with only a couple of small lags between scenes. I liked the story line but it ended abruptly and, for the price, I expected more game play. Also, for the price, I expected in-game hints. Definitely worth $2.99, but it’s overpriced as is.
Buy at your own risk! I pre-ordered this game based on the eloquent description provided by Artifex Mundi. I thought it would be similar to their other HOAG, except much shorter and possibly geared toward younger players. This game was so misrepresented it infuriated me. Let’s see: no trial, cartoonish graphics, a confusing and useless tutorial, no hint system or skip button that I could notice, and then a couple of minutes in I reached the first mini-game. This game was where you connect the same colored gears with chains, one I have done many times with ease. I couldn’t even manipulate this puzzle; it just didn’t work! Needless to say I deleted the game immediately and will demand a refund on the App Store. However, the good news is that Artifex Mundi released Endless Fables 3: Dark Moor. The first two were terrific and this also looks like it will be lengthy as well. Don’t bother with this poor excuse for a game, but do download and play Dark Moor! Remember, Domini won’t port anything to iOS again until April 30. Happy gaming and happy Easter to all!
What an amazing game! No it is not your typical hop game and it is of a genre of its own - but it is worth playing. It is beautifully made and its message is beautiful too. Some of the puzzles were ones that I have never come across, the concept was different, and it was challenging at times. I was hesitant to purchase it thinking it was a child’s game but I am so glad that I did - and I am sure that I will play it again in a few months. Great job Artifex Mundi for thinking outside the box for bringing us an entertaining game that was just beautifully made! And I rarely rarely give 5 stars!
A beautifully drawn adventure set in a surreal world of childhood imagination.
“My Brother Rabbit is an adventure game that successfully melds the tenderness of life with the power of imagination to create a beautiful and touching journey” –
“I’m not even sure there are words for how much I loved both the art and the music.” – The Geekly Grind
My Brother Rabbit is a beautifully drawn adventure set in a surreal world that mixes reality with a child’s imagination. A young girl faces a terrible reality when she falls ill. The little girl and her brother use the power of imagination to escape the hostile outside world. Together they envision a fantastic universe that provides the play and comfort they need. In this magnificent land of make-believe, a little rabbit wants to nurse his ill friend the flower back to health in any way he can. On this journey, the rabbit must use his wits to decipher puzzles inspired by classic point-and-clicks to continue his adventure. Help the rabbit play minigames, find hidden objects, and assemble strange machinery in a world where conventional logic doesn’t apply. Join this colorful quest through five wondrous lands filled with robo-moose, levitating baobabs, giant mushrooms, melting clocks, and more unbelievable things that will make you question everything you think you know about reality.
- An emotional story of love and courage
- Tons of environmental puzzles, minigames and hidden objects
- Help siblings on their journey through worlds of imagination
- Fantastic graphics mixing real, surreal and abstract
- Music by renowned composer