My Brother Rabbit Coming to Mobile

You may be familiar with My Brother Rabbit, the adorable bunny-based adventure from Artifex Mundi from its console and PC releases. Well, because it was so well received you can now look forward to its release on mobile devices towards the end of April 2019.

My Brother Rabbit tells the story of a happy and loving family of rabbits. When the daughter gets taken ill, mum and dad head off to find a cure, leaving her headstrong and determined older brother and his powerful imagination to help them both cope with the illness. Their imaginations creatiing a fun and jovial world, much different from the tragic real world they’re escaping from.

In order to nurse your sister back to health, you’ll need to solve creative and colourful puzzles, complete mini-games and find hidden objects.  

“My Brother Rabbit is a game that will allow both adults and children alike to live through an adventure, a little bit sad a little bit happy, but first and foremost – fun. I think it’s perfect for parents who would like to play with their kids – thanks to having fun together, solving puzzles and searching for hidden objects, they can spend time together and grow closer” – Daniel Gizicki, Game Designer for My Brother Rabbit.

The Geekly Grind gave it 10/10 and said “I’m not even sure there are words for how much I loved both the art and the music.”

It’s not only the art style that captures the imagination, but the music does its fair share as well. The music was written and arranged by Arkadiusz Reikowski, best known for Layers of Fear and Seven: The Days Long Gone. The main score, known as ‘Dreams’ was co-created with the voice behind NieR: Automata, Emi Evans.

My Brother Rabbit is due for launch on the 18th April, on iOS, Android and Amazon priced at around a fiver.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife and his player 3. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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