The story of Rabbids started in 2006 with Rayman vs RabbidsWhere Rayman Raving Rabbidsa spin off with mini-games released on multiple platforms, but which mainly worked on Wii. If you’ve never tried it, now is the time: it is currently free on PC.
The offer is available by logging in toUbisoft Store until an unknown date, so feel free to add the party game to your toy library before it’s too late.
Developed by the team behind Beyond Good & Evil and Peter Jackson’s King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie, Rayman Raving Rabbids promises to be the funniest, wackiest and most innovative installment in the Rayman franchise. .
The peaceful world of our hero has been invaded by a devastating horde of Rabbids. Rayman is captured and, like a gladiator, he will have to take part in a series of trials, each more delirious than the next. Will he be able to entertain these completely out of control bunnies enough and be smart enough to regain his freedom?
- Over 70 challenges to overcome in uniquely designed worlds: Enter the arena to entertain the bunnies and maybe become popular enough to topple the bunny power! Ride fantastic creatures, try your hand at cow throwing and fight hordes of rabbits with your bare hands or with your suction cup gun!
- The ultimate party game: Have fun with your friends and engage in fierce competition for up to four players simultaneously in funny and delirious events.
- Customize your environment: Become more and more popular by winning the admiration of a crowd of cheering bunnies to unlock new worlds, bonus games, music or gifts from your fans to redecorate your cell. Create your own style: be punk, pop, rock, hip-hop and use your irresistible dance moves to charm the bunnies.
- The graphic universe of Rayman: The wacky design of the characters, associated with a visually rich and explosive world, immerses you in an enchanting universe with breathtaking action.
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