My Brother Rabbit
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About this game
Developer: Artifex Mundi
Content Rating: Everyone
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.
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Even though it’s a cute game, My Brother Rabbit is short. After three hours or so the end credits roll. Launching at $14.99, is this best waited for until a price reduction? I’d say so, as I’m unsure of what type of replay this will ultimately instill. Hopefully, the next Switch point-and-click adventure from Artifex Mundi, Irony Curtain, has more gameplay. Meanwhile, bookmark My Brother Rabbit for a future sale as a good, but short game.
It’s the perfect type of game to waste away an afternoon. It’s also the type of game that I imagine you’ll probably be compelled to replay again sometime down the road. Even now, a few days after completing it, I think back on my time with it and consider giving it another playthrough. Well done, Artifex Mundi.
My Brother Rabbit is a short experience which is oddly missing touch controls, but is enjoyable while it lasts. There’s room for improvement, though.