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- Ninja rabbits -

I remember the days when computer and videogames were programmed by two or even a single person, ofcourse graphics, music, sounds and gameplay weren't always up to standards. Ninja Rabbits is a game that I'm pretty sure is such a game, in it you play the part of a walking ninja rabbit who strangely doesn't wear a ninja outfit at all but rather what looks more like a karate outfit. Apparently you have to stop the closing of a factory and in your way are loads of thugs, frogmen and even robots trying to stop you. Using your skills you have to beat them and complete your mission.

The game is basically a sidescrolling beat'em up though it is extremely simple, you always walk to the right and sometimes you get to drop down into a hole or sewer when you are blocked by an obstacle. Enemies come at you but they always wait for you to dispatch one of them before attacking which kind of reminds me of those old kungfu movies where there are a dozen guys surrounding the hero but they never attack at once. Other dangers are dripping acid and flying balls all of which drain your energy which shows in the form of a carrot. You can pick up carrots for an extra life but you cannot increase you energy level. There are only a few attacks available to you and one of them involves your wooden sword but luckily the enemies don't carry any weapons whatsoever. There are three levels in total, the woodlands, the city and the factory itself.

Well I can't really say I enjoyed playing this game at all, gameplay is extremely limited with so few moves and enemies who are pretty much all alike. Mindlessly walking to the right and hitting the firing button when an enemy comes at you isn't my idea of fun. Graphically there isn't anything to write home about either and there is little to no sound and music. Why the developers decided to make the hero a rabbit and name the game Ninja Rabbits while he is actually wearing a karate outfit also confuses me. Once, or if, you finish the three levels there isn't even an event and not even a congratulations on screen as you just get send back to the beginning. Are there any redeeming features at all then? Well sorry but I really can't find any and I wonder why they bothered to release this game and even make a sequel!

Overal rating: 2/10

Erde Kaiser

This game was released for several different systems here are some notes:
Atari ST Released in 1991.
This version has a trainer, it looks slightly better than the C64 one.
C64 Released in 1991.
This has three trainers.
Others These versions are not available.
Amiga released in 1991.
DOS released in 1991.

Date added Oct-22-2010 21:09
Name Ninja rabbits
Developer Microvalue
Publisher Microvalue
First released 1991
Genre Action
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Download Atari ST, filesize: 993 Kb
Commodore 64, filesize: 145 Kb
Manual No manual available
Solve / Docs No solve available
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