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Rabbit Story Activation Key Download

Rabbit Story Activation Key Download


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About This Game

Rabbit Story is an adventure game that offers a unique play experience: simple in controls and appealing to feelings. Its dramatic plot tells the player about relationship breakup and struggles, doubts and fears related to it.
Along with emphasis on cute characters and vivid changing settings solid narrative creates the dark, immersive atmosphere that turns the game into a real psychological drama.

History
Rabbit forgets about his friend Kitty’s birthday. One would think this could happen to anyone, right? But Kitty gets upset and leaves. Rabbit is devastated; to take his mind off this, he sets out on a journey and meets Doggy.
Now when Rabbit has a new friend, suddenly Kitty comes back - and along comes the guilt.

Features
  • Bright stylized picture
  • Laid-back gameplay
  • Uncommon storyline
  • World exploration and search for hidden carrots
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Title: Rabbit Story
Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie
Developer:
Viacheslav Bushuev
Publisher:
Viacheslav Bushuev
Release Date: 16 May, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 32-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX / AMD Radeon 6870 HD or higher
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1100 MB available space

English,Russian,Simplified Chinese




Oof....this one stung a little

This game is about being misguided, love, loss, taking things for granted, and making mistakes....all while starring cute little animals! I know it seems simplistic but, in all honesty, this game is about as simple as it comes. The game can be completely in one sitting and it's probably a good thing depending on how this story relates to you.

This game is kinda pretty and the music is also kinda nice, considering the asking price. Despite having little minigames to pass the time, this is more of a walking virtual novel than a game. The feeling of "let's tell a story" is strong here and that's not necessarily a bad thing if its done right and I feel as though it's a bit successful in that front. The characters are cute, too, despite having human-esqe emotions and problems. My expectations were all over the place because I didn't know what to expect but at the end of the day its all about whether or not you can relate to the characters....and in this case...I do, meaning that despite having such a short run time, there's a high probability that I'll remember this game over others with a longer run time and budget.

A few negatives. The game is extremely short. The world is far more expansive than it needs to be. While the idea of gathering carrots for a special secret seems "video-gamey" it doesn't really add to the overall game and seems more superfluous than anything. The final issue is completely on a case-by-case basis: The pacing is super quick, for obvious reasons. Now, personally, I think that its serviceable BUT some may argue that a longer running time to flesh out characters and strengthen the bond between them is a fair enough claim. The only issue is, with this being a bit of a darker story, by extending it; you risk a real downer of a game. Good storytelling can counter this but I'm under the impression that a certain message was meant to be portrayed and sometimes short and simple can be just as effective without the fear of being to wordy and risk losing the message altogether.

Is it worth $4 (I paid $1)? I wouldn't be disappointed if I paid 4 but I have a feeling that the general public would feel a little ripped so wait for a 1-2 dollar markdown. This one hurt, a little, but all that aside; I think its worth a play.. Rabbit Story on steam is a videogame featuring a contemplative colorfully designed atmospheric sorta like typed out
adventure that brings a story about a bunny and his relationships with a smokeless indoor cat...or a outgoing red flappy ear bunny girl that wants to do inspired creamy sensational events that are hard working and the main character just wants the
bongo orange cutting carrots to snack on without spending time with these side characters!!!

First of all the music is grand and i think thats what makes this game special for a one time only exclusive!Is it worth a dollar u bet..but i wouldnt go over a dollar..its a really short game and i give the placeholder credit to a one man job that did pretty good but theirs nothing really groundbreaking and original as creativity pleasure!!!

And the ending lets just say its pretty bad in hopeless wishes!!!

Some cool charcoal minigames that deliver the slenderize doubts u have at first with the game!!!But the ghost flashlight minigame is the best because its entertaining and
frantic at post-squat thrusting times!!!

The graphics are sleek screened into the most capability for most compounded computers
with neutrons of bells and whistles!!!

Casually enough anyone can play this!!!

I say pick it up when its on sale and maybe u'll change your mind and think what my mind was spinning a globe
hugely with a fantastic interesting game design mechanic!!!

I give this game a 8.5\/10 nothing but to play it once and get some free time wasted into a rabbit bucket of flavor
pinges love the burrito master!!!



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