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My Brother Rabbit. Collector's Edition

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Developer: Artifex Mundi
Publisher: Artifex Mundi
Edition: Collector's
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Hidden Object Games

A little girl got seriously ill. Doctors are clueless, parents are at a loss, and only the elder brother is not going to be discouraged and give up. He invents a magical world for his dear sister and he intends to help the girl return to her normal life in the real world by means of his own efforts and the efforts of fictional characters.

Children's imagination knows no bounds! The boy turns into his sister’s favorite toy — a long-eared rabbit — and takes the girl, who has turned now into a weak little flower, to the world of his fantasies and amazing inventions. Help Brother Rabbit walk along this difficult path with all its obstacles and ordeals.

You will have to find a lot of useful objects, face complex challenges and tackle dozens of crafty puzzles in colorful locations littered with some strange machinery, giant pears and big-eyed mushrooms. Try to pick tricky locks, restore images and get brave kids back to the real world in a healthy state and happy mood.

  • An adventure set in a surreal world that mixes reality with a child’s imagination
  • An emotional story of love and courage
  • Tons of environmental puzzles, mini-games and hidden objects
  • Fantastic graphics mixing real, surreal and abstract
  • Music by renowned composer, digital artbook, wallpapers and cutscenes

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OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1.5 GHz processor
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 1.2 Gb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~554 Mb
Collector's Edition

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#26 Son Гости
Utter Rubbish. Artifex Mundi tried to combine the mechanics of HOGs with the look and gameplay of 2D graphic adventures. They failed. My Brother Rabbit is nothing more than a depressing collectathon of random groups of objects. The Game itself looks good, not gonna lie, but it doesn't use the positive things there are about HOGs (many minie games, search games on very specific locations) and feels way too basic and childish for a good 2d Adventrue. Artifex Mundi tried and failed to get out of their sphere of HOG, which is understandable, they make hidden object games which are so amazingly good, but they don't seem to be able to grasp other genres.
#25 MrL0G1C Гости
Interesting art style.
Perfectly playable.
Nice range of achievements.
Coherent story tugs at the heart.
Didn't hit any bugs.

Story very simple.
No voice acting.
Puzzles are the same old puzzles that have been used a hundreds times before and they picked the more frustrating to play ones.
It becomes a bit of a click-fest looking for the hidden things.
You can't collect all of the hidden items you spot until you you hit the puzzle that needs them and that puzzle won't appear until you unlock areas of the map.

It's over-rated, 4/5.
#24 Perseus Гости
If I were to sum up this experience in one word, it would be "quaint".
My Brother Rabbit offers an experience similar to the classic point-and-click adventure puzzles of our youths. It is structured different enough to where it can provide a rather refreshing take on the genre, or more frustrating depending on what type mindset you go into the game with. Many of the puzzles in the game will challenge to keep a linear mindset in a nonsensical world.
Keep in mind that this is a puzzle game, so don't expect a large and complex story
On that note, I believe that the narrative of the game is wonderfully presented. It subscribes to the philosophy of show, don't tell . There is minimal dialogue, with the brief excellent hand-drawn sequences crafting a story. The aesthetics are reminiscent of Wonderland, corresponding to the escapism of the young child in the game. It was almost as if I were reading a children's picture book in game form, if that makes any sense.
The game can be completed in its entirety within 3-4 hours, depending on how quickly you pick up on the nature of its puzzles. I often find myself coming back to this game every now and then, as I personally enjoyed this short wholesome tale.
#23 scaryDawn Гости
This is really good! Regardless the country you live in, the language you use, such a beautiful and universal game to play with kid... Love it.
Great game for my 3 yr old! Its probably meant for 5yr olds and up but my little girl is special.
#21 d2ana Гости
Wow. I really enjoyed this game, and I didn’t expect to! Normally I don’t like hidden object games or puzzles. But, the puzzles in My Brother Rabbit were easy enough that I didn’t have to google many solutions (except for four), but still the puzzles were difficult enough to give me a feeling of satisfaction when I broke through. The artwork was unique and perfectly suited to a search game – the more I looked at each screen, the more details and quirks that I found. I also enjoyed the ‘real-world’ driver (curing the sickness of a sister) behind the fantasy-world minigames and imagery, too. Well done, Artifex Mundi developers!
#20 W.Raven Гости
A great combination of puzzles to test your logic, memory, numerical and resourceful skills. A perfect level of difficulty that allows the player to progress while still presenting a challenge. Cute story line that will have you wanting to play to the end!
#19 jonpol Гости
I don't remember how I became aware of this game, but as someone who hasn't played hidden object games except on airplanes I thought this was an enjoyable diversion. Nothing was very hard, but it wasn't insultingly easy and it kept me interested while playing through the whole thing. I thought there was a good mix of puzzles and finding objects. The story didn't really resonate with me (I got the feeling that I was supposed to feel some emotion during cutscenes, but it didn't really work for me), but I _loved_ the art and the creativity. Every new place that I unlocked was a treat; the environment and character design has a sort of European sensibility that I very much enjoyed. I can't compare this to other hidden object games, but in terms of puzzle games it kind of reminded me of Machinarium or Samorost. If you like games like that and are in the mood for something short and light I would recommend giving My Brother Rabbit a try.
#18 Ariel Гости
My Brother Rabbit is a wonderful hidden object game love it;)
#17 Serenar Гости
Heartwarming, short and sweet, the puzzles aren't that hard at all. I can't stand to play the game using the mouse, gameplay flows much better with the controller imo. The achievements are rather easy to get, I finished the game without looking at the achievents' tab beforehand and I'd only missed playing with the toy ducks and using all the coloured sprinklers. I'll be playing this again with my little cousings for sure, I think most children would find this game pretty enjoyable with a bit of help depending on their age.