Rabbit 3D Game for Windows 8 Takes Bobby Carrot to a New Level
Inspired by Bobby Carrot, Rabbit 3D is a new puzzle game that has been recently released on Windows Store. So, if you want to test your abilities while playing an interesting game, test Rabbit 3D on your own Windows 8 device.
Puzzle games are one of the most appreciated apps from Windows Store. This type of games is addictive and while it might be stressful and sometimes annoying, each player will never give up as completing new levels and solving complex puzzles will be the best reward you can get. The same can be applied when talking about Rabbit 3D, a game that is inspired by Bobby Carrot, which means that the gameplay should be familiar for most of the users who are reading this small review.
Anyway, Rabbit 3D is promising to be one of the most addictive Windows 8 games of this year, even though the app doesn’t impress with high res graphics, which is a must when discussing about nowadays technology.
Rabbit 3D: Resolve puzzles and eat carrots in order to outbest your competitors
Like any other puzzle game, Rabbit 3D is featuring various challenges and of course puzzles that must be solved in order to complete each level and for receiving rewards and extra-points. Every new level in the game gives a new experience as a new puzzle will be revealed. Your task will be to collect carrots while bypassing various traps, which can catch your rabbit and end your game. So, stay safe by solving the challenges and by keeping your character away from the traps.
Also, try to gain points in order to establish new high scores; you can then share your achievements with your friends and with other users that are playing Rabbit 3D on their own Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows RT based devices (the app is compatible with all the mentioned platforms). The tool is available on Windows Store, where it is priced at $2.99 – a free trial variant can be downloaded thought.
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