Redhot Rabbit

Welcome to our hottest review ever.

It’s the hottest becauseYes, Masterthe Skunk Tower’s AC is broken, and the heat is simply unbereable.

Also it is somehow our fault that Its Stinkiness is covered in fur. And weIndeed, Masterare definitely responsible for climate change too.

It is probably worth saying that when Our Most Glorious and Magnanimous Master says “the Skunk Tower’s AC” what It really means is “my inner sanctum AC”. And that, no matter the season, Its minions are forced to wear these thick robes “so at least we look a little dignified” (no, dear follower, we don’t).

With that out of the way, today we would like to tell you about Redhot Rabbit, a really really cool and very very cheap game (the ones we like the most since we do not get paid).

Also we fear its developer, A. D. Bloom, and we do not want to sleep with the fishes. We’ve seen enough gangster movies to know that when the mob asks you to do one thing, you do that thing.

Rabbits with dirty facesThe world

Mugsy, aka Redhot Rabbit, must kick out of his turf a gang of spiders.

This turf is a marvellous hand-drawn, cartoony world that takes us back to the mafia movies from the 30’s. And so does its soundtrack, full of jazz and foxtrot.

SpiderfaceThe gameplay.

In this 2D platformer, Mugsy can jump on his enemies and throw carrots at them.

The goal is to find the godfather of the Spider Gang and show him what’s what. The gameplay is designed to be frantic and fast paced. There are plenty of hidden areas and some bosses, but if you want to beat your high score you need to find the final boss and finish him as soon as possible. You can take it easy, of course, so you learn the layout of Mugsy’s turf in preparation for a fast run. Replayability is therefore served.

Leave the gun, take the carrotsOpinion rhymes with minion.

This minion of the Indie Skunk had a terrific time playing Redhot Rabbit. I loved the soundtrack, how it looks and definitely how it plays.

Also I was often surprised by the variety of environments, enemies and other surprises. Yes, I was surprised by the surprises. That’s how the heat is affecting the minions of the Indie Skunk.

Long story short, this game is great, even more when you realize that (as I write these lines) its dev only asks for 0,79€ on Steam.

What are you waiting for?

That’s all for now. Stay tuned for the most uninteresting cliffhanger in the history of cliffhangers—Will the Indie Skunk’s AC ever work again? Will Its minions wash those robes?

Also stay tuned for more reviews of the most amazing indie games.

Hail the Indie Skunk!

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