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Submitted by MagikWaffle 734d ago | review

Indie Game Insider | The Night of the Rabbit Review

Night of the Rabbit is an excellent point-and-click adventure...if you can get it to work on your computer. (PC, The Night of the Rabbit) 8.0/10

coolbeans  +   734d ago
"Nobody wants to play a point-and-click game where the entire screen is white, or where your character’s upper half is obnoxiously plastered over everything on-screen."

Same with me. I guess the problem does really persist among laptop gamers, like me. (Although my requirements do in fact meet their minimum standard posted).

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