Parents' Guide to

Radical Rabbit Stew

By David Chapman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Retro action/puzzler is a tasty snack-sized treat.

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Some games have deep plots with well developed characters and epic cinematic moments, while others seem like they're the result of some developer's wild, nonsensical fever dreams. Radical Rabbit Stew falls squarely in the latter category, and gamers are all the better for it. The game's insane premise and classic design combine to create an addictive experience that feels like it could easily have been pulled out of a time capsule from the 16-bit heyday of the '90s. The game's simple to pick up and play, with a lot of arcade-like action and slapstick humor that keeps players' interest. Its gradual difficulty curve also eases players of any age into the experience without ever becoming frustrating, while also changing things up along the way to make them rethink their strategies.

Radical Rabbit Stew's single-player mode is a tasty treat, but it feels more like an appetizer than an entrée. The main game can be completed from start to finish in just a few hours, and the bulk of it is basically a piece of ricocheting rabbit flavored cake. The multiplayer component helps to bulk the gameplay up a bit, and it's a fun way to bring friends in on the action. But even this can get repetitive relatively quickly. On the upside, players can also use the game's built-in level editor and craft their own unique multiplayer creations to share with friends. This all makes Radical Rabbit Stew a savory snack-sized game that's a near perfect party favor for fans with a more nostalgic palate.

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