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Rabbids Go Home

Rabbids Go Home (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Ubisoft

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/01/2009
EU
11/06/2009
AU
11/05/2009
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Staff Reviews

Rabbids Go Home review

Reviewed January 02, 2010

Jason Venter says: "Everything in Rabbids Go Home comes down to physics and proper use of your finite supply of items. Is there a pit that you can't cross? Put a spring-loaded boxing glove in its place so that when you drop from the edge, you'll go flying off toward the right to another ledge. Is an iron safe dangling in the way and blocking your path? Place some scissors higher along the rope that holds it so that a wandering rabbid can push a bowling ball from an even higher ledge that then will drop down and clamp the scissors shut so that they cut the rope and cause the safe to drop out of the way."
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