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Submitted by gamingfurever 229d ago | review

Night of the Rabbit Review | Gaming Furever

The point-and-click adventure genre has been a longstanding bastion of quality in video gaming. Titles like Day of the Tentacle, Monkey Island, and The Dig are ubiquitous to everyone that considers themselves a gamer, formative experiences for many, and archaic, if important, milestones in history for the rest. The amusingly ancient technique of "picking everything up and rubbing it on everything else" style of puzzle solution has always lingered like a dark cloud over more recent adventure games, and as more advanced, streamlined games continue to come out, interest in the storied genre has flickered to a mere candle in the dark.

It's unfortunate, then, that a game as incredibly, meticulously crafted as The Night of the Rabbit goes unnoticed, as it solves nearly every problem inherent in the genre. (PC, The Night of the Rabbit) 4/5

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