The Night of the Rabbit
Gorgeous graphics and animation.
Intelligent, charming hero.
Super voice acting.
Great 2D Art.
Superb voice acting, especially for Jerry.
Clever puzzles with a good dose of English wit.
Occasional rage-inducing puzzles.
Some puzzles can really be frustrating and annoying due to useless hints.
Some tasks are obscure and unintuitive.
Unsophisticated gameplay mechanisms.
Minor interface bugs give the overall experience some rough edges.
Dodgy character animation spoils the immersion.
By GameSpot on June 19, 2013
The Night of the Rabbit really shines, carefully weaving an excellent score, solid voice work, great characters, and terrific art direction together to create something special. By tapping the different understandings of life that come with age and wisdom, this adventure tells a charming tale of curiosity and creativity.70
By GameSpot on June 18, 2013
The Night of the Rabbit is a beautiful adventure with only a few pacing and puzzle quirks to trip you up along the...70
By Gaming Nexus on June 12, 2013
Night of the Rabbit faithfully follows the tried and true traditions of the adventure game genre while leveraging modern technologies in a very well produced game. Appropriate for the entire family and providing a compelling, well-written story, this...85
By GamingBolt on June 10, 2013
Night of the Rabbit is a great adventure game with a few frustrating puzzle elements. Other than that the game's presentation is fantastic and it's one of the better adventure games out there on the market.80
By CasualGameplay on June 08, 2013
The Night of the Rabbit is a typically well-produced addition to their resumé. Other adventure games may be less unwieldy but few are endowed with this much atmosphere. While its poor pacing frequently tried our patience, The Night of the Rabbit is an enchanting trip down the rabbit hole we're glad we took.80
By IGN on June 07, 2013
A child’s story book brought to life, Night of the Rabbit is an elegantly presented pilgrimage into Mousewood and what it means to be a magician’s apprentice. At times dark and at times wonderfully sweet, it is prone towards being sometimes vexing but that shouldn’t stop you from following the Marquis de Hotto down his rabbit hole.79
By Metodologic on June 05, 2013
The Night of the Rabbit tiene algo especial. En sí, como aventura está muy por encima de la media, pero quizás su mayor virtud, más allá de su sólido planteamiento y del precioso plantel audiovisual, es la de evocar la más pura esencia de la infancia, algo que es de lo más impagable.85
By Edge on June 05, 2013
If Daedalic can escape its own ghetto of sub-par voice work - seemingly the final hurdle in its race to fill the Lucasarts-shaped void in the point-and-click genre - then its next trip down the rabbit hole may be unmissable, rather than simply recommended.70
By DarkZero on June 03, 2013
While we shouldn’t ignore its problems with the flow of the story and illogical puzzles, this shouldn’t stop anyone who is a follower of the genre from jumping into this world of magic and talking animals to enjoy one kid’s dream of a delightful summer adventure.70
By StrategyInformer on May 31, 2013
It’s Night of the Rabbit, and if you’re into old-school adventures (and we’re talking Monkey Island or Beneath A Steel Sky level of quality here) and want to walk around a charming world with a smile permanently on your face I wholeheartedly recommend it. Roll on the heavily-hinted-at sequel Daedalic, I want to see more of Mousewood.90