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  • Summary: ??? Insanely awesome Black Friday offers: 50% to 75% OFF until Sunday ???*** Compatible with AirPlay *** "Kung Fu Rabbit is a no-brainer for the platforming fan."-- Gamezebo"A lot of care and love has gone into Kung Fu Rabbit"-- SlideToPlay"Platform gamers will want??? Insanely awesome Black Friday offers: 50% to 75% OFF until Sunday ???*** Compatible with AirPlay *** "Kung Fu Rabbit is a no-brainer for the platforming fan."-- Gamezebo"A lot of care and love has gone into Kung Fu Rabbit"-- SlideToPlay"Platform gamers will want Kung Fu Rabbit to hop onto their iOS device."148apps.com"The pitter-patter of rabbit feet is a great little soundbyte"Capsule Computers"The music and sound effects are all very oriental and that enhances the entire ‘Kung Fu’ feel big time!"appcroc.comLife in the temple of rabbits hangs by a thread. Universal Evil has once again run rampant, and kidnapped all of your students. Only you barely managed to escape the raid. They left you alive… They'll regret it! Use your agility and combat abilities to save all of your students! Jump from roof to roof, slide gracefully along walls, sneak up on your enemies and rip them to shreds!Detailed graphics, humor, hours of gameplay and intuitive controls. Each of the 70 levels requires logic, precision, agility and lots of saber rattling. The game also has lots of trophies to win, babies to save, carrots to eat, and a Universal Evil to expunge.Saluted by the critics for its exemplary controls. Discover the platform game of the year!Buy Kung Fu Rabbit now and plunge into its exciting world!Features:- 70 levels in normal and hard mode (dozen hours of play!)- Universal application. Works on iPad.- 15 unlockable items to customize your Rabbit.- Playable on Apple TV in a 720p resolution.- Arcade controlsWant to find out more? For more information, visit:ctools-studio.com/facebook.com/cTools.studiotwitter.com/cToolsStudiobulkypix.comfacebook.com/bulkypixtwitter.com/bulkypix Collapse
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  1. Mar 27, 2012
    83
    I enjoyed Kung Fu Rabbit despite the awkward controls – something iCade owners won't have to worry about. The game is challenging to play and charming to watch and there is loads of content, and with a bit of skill and patience you'll never have to spend any more money on those in-app carrot purchases. If you love platform games with some fun arcade combat and own an iOS device then make sure to get this universal app today.
  2. Mar 23, 2012
    80
    The design has charm, but because there is so much starting over the game can feel a little repetitive. That's offset, however, by the moments of real humor and the solid old school gameplay.
  3. May 7, 2012
    80
    A very nice platformer, with great controls and a decent challenge for a small price.
  4. Mar 23, 2012
    75
    A lot of care and love has gone into Kung Fu Rabbit, and it shows. The iOS interface doesn't always mesh well with platforming mechanics, and Kung Fu Rabbit similarly has its shortcomings for that reason-- but it tries its best to offer up a tight experience, and for the most part, it succeeds.
  5. Apr 11, 2012
    70
    It's not quite up there with the best iOS has to offer, but Kung Fu Rabbit's still a fun, frisky little platformer with plenty of appeal.
  6. Mar 18, 2012
    70
    Featuring a terrific art style, simple button-based controls, and bite-sized levels, Kung Fu Rabbit may not necessarily stand out, but it certainly shouldn't be ignored.
  7. Apr 12, 2012
    50
    Kung Fu Rabbit does nothing new. First, there's no martial arts to speak of. You can unlock the ability to jump on enemies' heads, but forget about unleashing a furious round of punches and kicks. Despite the title, it's a fairly standard platformer.

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