This Wii U and iOS game was released yesterday with full Vita controls, which are brilliant, you can land on a tiny spot just as in Rayman. The graphics are excellent too, really popping from the Vita screen. For me, they are one of the most impressive demonstrations of how great the OLED is.
The game is priced £3.99 and has 80 levels.
Has anyone else picked this up yet? What are your thoughts so far?
I'm really pleased with the game, abut 13% in and would definitely recommend it to platform game fans. The production values are high and it 'feels' a lot better than your average iOS game.
Kung Fu Rabbit
Do you suggest we grabbit?
Ziz0u 9,202 posts
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Very bunny, imamazed.
Quit rabbiting on and grab it by the ears, you will have a hare-raising good time.
el_pollo_diablo 2,331 posts
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I've heard this game is full of Bugs.
Something about carrots
There's lots of carrots so probably fruit flies but have not seen any bugs otherwise.
Up to 89% trophies on this now, my highest on any game! =O
I completed the three worlds and all 20 bonus levels (some of which were tough!) and found it to have a very nice difficulty level, even with some spikes followed by easy levels.
I'm not sure if I want to complete the 80 additional levels for the final trophy though. Perhaps it's something I will work on over time, completing the odd level or two here and there.
How are the rest of you doing? How did you find the game difficulty wise? Some levels probably took me 30+ attempts to complete!
I would say there's probably 6-8 hours here in total, which is good value for a £4 game.
Edited by aros at 10:08:32 09-07-2013
Definitely can't compare to Jazz. Shame there's no HD remake of him coming as the gameplay would still be reasonably fun with some modern design concessions.
neilka Funniest Forumite, 2014 17,146 posts
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It's a shame no-one else has tried this as it's actually a decent little platformer - the mechanic of switching a varied set of powerups on demand as the level requires is reasonably innovative actually and something that would suit a Nintendo game quite well.
elhozzo 402 posts
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currently on sale for 1.99, think I'll pick it up...
It's worth £1.99. Let us know your thoughts. I would give it a 6/10.