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6.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 16 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 8 out of 16
  2. Negative: 3 out of 16

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  1. 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 power ups and enemies but it is basically Super Meat Boy. Still fun but can get frustrating.
  2. 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, 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.
  3. Aug 14, 2017
    8
    Kung Fu Rabbit is essentially a more accessible version of Super Meat Boy. It utilizes the same platforming mechanics, "dark world" levels that are more challenging versions of the standard ones, and even a cube shaped protagonist. It's just not as crushingly difficult, allowing one to fully appreciate the wall-jumping action without so many fits of rage. That's not to say the game is aKung Fu Rabbit is essentially a more accessible version of Super Meat Boy. It utilizes the same platforming mechanics, "dark world" levels that are more challenging versions of the standard ones, and even a cube shaped protagonist. It's just not as crushingly difficult, allowing one to fully appreciate the wall-jumping action without so many fits of rage. That's not to say the game is a pushover though.

    One big difference the game has from it's obvious inspiration is that enemies have a larger presence in the levels. That game's title did promise some kung fu after all. Enemies can only be taken down by touching a certain weak spot. The way they are used to tie into some of the later platforming challenges is great. Along your way to the end of a level you can try to pick up all of the carrots in a level. They prove to be really helpful during the late game as you can use them to buy power ups that can help you get through. It's all totally optional, but the helping hand and extra challenge of grabbing them all is appreciated. The game also has a nice bit of content thanks to the bonus "secret levels" and what I guess you could call "dark world" levels that are more challenging versions of all the main levels that are necessary to be completed in order to fully beat the game.

    If you've ever played Super Meat Boy and thought "Man, I like the gameplay, but darn I wish it wasn't so hard" then this is the game for you. It manages to provide a very similar platforming experience without all of the heartache, while still managing to challenge you. Heck, it might even help you get better at SMB. At the end of the day, no matter how much it borrows from that game, Kung Fu Rabbit stands on it's own as simply a great platformer for the Vita.
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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. Playstation Official Magazine Australia
    Sep 19, 2014
    60
    An Android platformer ported over to Vita with little aplomb. A fun diversion, but only for a while. [November 2014, p77]
  2. Games Master UK
    Sep 1, 2013
    75
    The two minute level length is ideal for play on the go. [Oct 2013, p.73]
  3. 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.