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Developer: Alawar Entertainment, Inc
Price: $0.99
Version Reviewed: 1.2
Device Reviewed On: iPad 2

Graphics / Sound Rating: ★★★★☆
Game Controls Rating: ★★★★☆
Gameplay Rating: ★★★½☆
Replay Value Rating: ★★★½☆

Overall Rating: ★★★½☆

Robber Rabbits is a physics-puzzler with one interesting twist. The game is well made, but doesn’t do much to distinguish itself in a very dense category of games. The goal of Robber Rabbits is to knock carrot ice cream into the bag held by another rabbit. To accomplish this, players must shoot the carrot ice cream or other objects to propel the ice cream towards the rabbit holding the bag. There are 3 carrots to collect in each level for additional points. The carrots are also needed to unlock more level packs.

The levels include various objects to collect for additional points, such as apples, water, and other food items. Later levels also have obstacles, like broken light bulbs that emit a stream of electricity that has to be avoided. Some levels also include pipes, which transport bullets and objects.Players can choose between 3 guns: a regular pistol, a shotgun, and a Tommy gun. All the guns shoot corks, which gives a childish feel to the game.

The game includes 96 levels and there are 2 free “gift” versions of the game available in the app store with additional holiday themed levels. The app integrates with both Open Feint and Game Center. There are plenty of achievements to keep players occupied and leader boards.
The graphics are similar to other popular titles on iOS. The graphics are cartoony and very nicely drawn.

Robber Rabbits is just like a lot of other physics based puzzlers, except that players shoot corks to get the object to the goal instead of swiping or tilting. It’s a nice twist, but it still feels like a lot of other puzzle games out there. Despite not doing much to differentiate itself from other apps in the same category, it has a lot of levels and looks good. Check out the free gift versions in the app store if it sounds appealing.

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