MTB - The Night of the Rabbit feels like it’s at odds with itself. Its whimsical story about a boy wanting to become a magician seems a little too childish when matched with the soul-crushing difficulty of its point-and-click puzzles. The challenges in the game are nothing much more difficult than anything else genre veterans have been through before, but combining it with the cutesy story makes me want to cut a swath through Mousewood, leaving it in ruins. There is a lot of charm and appeal to this game; enough that make it well worth playing. Just the same, don’t look at its setting and characters and think you’ll have an easy time. Like the town of Mousewood, there is a hidden, dark side to things.