Metascore
72

Mixed or average reviews - based on 5 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Aug 1, 2013
    83
    Couple that with Kung Fu Rabbit's bright, visually appealing visuals and a perfectly reasonable price tag of $4.99, and you've got the recipe for a fun game.
  2. Jul 8, 2013
    80
    Kung Fu Rabbit is a fine platformer that is a welcome addition to the Vita library.
  3. Games Master UK
    Sep 1, 2013
    75
    The two minute level length is ideal for play on the go. [Oct 2013, p.73]
User Score
6.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 16 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 16
  2. Negative: 3 out of 16
  1. Sep 5, 2013
    8
    Fun mechanics and a relativity good gameplay, make this port from a iOS game a really decent addition to the good indie library of Vita, theFun mechanics and a relativity good gameplay, make this port from a iOS game a really decent addition to the good indie library of Vita, the low price, bonus levels and replay with a even hard difficult from the beginning make a jump from a shorter game to a mid-long term. Full Review »
  2. Jul 21, 2013
    8
    This is Super Meat Boy with a few more additions added to it. The platforming physics are pretty much identical. It adds things like powerThis is Super Meat Boy with a few more additions added to it. The platforming physics are pretty much identical. It adds things like power ups and enemies but it is basically Super Meat Boy. Still fun but can get frustrating. Full Review »
  3. Oct 17, 2015
    7
    For lovers of tough platforms, Kung Fu Rabbit is a worthwhile experience. The combination of short though levels and cute visuals world wellFor lovers of tough platforms, Kung Fu Rabbit is a worthwhile experience. The combination of short though levels and cute visuals world well and will keep you coming back.

    Kung Fu Rabbit provides good but not excellent gameplay. Unfortunately its ps plus release coincided with the release of Super Meat Boy and the games are very compatible in difficulty and presentation, Super Meat Boy however boasts impeccable precision that Kung Fu Rabbit just can't keep up with. This is most visible in sort movements which feel a bit slippy around edges leading to some frustrating deaths. Moreover the comparisons to Suer Meat Boy demonstrates how this game does little new and is not at the level of some of the greats preceding it.

    What this game does differently to meat boy is the number of enemies that you must overcome throughout levels. Each enemy has a highlighted weak point that you can kill them at. This is a good mechanic and alters the way you platform. There are also a number of power ups to aid your journey, most are pretty needless, however one is pretty game breaking as it allows you to install any enemy you touch instantly making the game much easier. It is naturally up to the player whether to use this or not but its inclusion appears needless and aimed more at the audience of the mobile version. Where this game succeeds is in providing short and increasingly very difficult levels that are perfect on a handheld platform for short play spells. This creates a really addictive and challenging experience that is worth the time investment.

    Visually the game is pretty great. You play a squareish (meatboyish) rabbit in a colourful and vibrant world that has a great oriental style. The game has real character. The colour pops on the vitas screen and really adds to the experience. Black sludge instantly kills you and the dark black colour effectively contracts to the world. This is sadly not matched by the quality of sound which is really just adequate.

    Overall Kung FU Rabbit is a worthwhile experience offering great visuals with good mechanics and strong short, challenging level design. As a Playstation Plus game it was a great surprise.
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