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My Brother Rabbit

A loving family discovers that their daughter has fallen ill. While her parents set out to get her the treatment she needs, her determined older brother turns to the power of imagination to help them cope. While the outside world offers a harsh reality, these innocent children create a surreal fantasy world that gives them the play and comfort they need. Embark on a grand journey to five different lands filled with incredible robo-moose, floating baobabs, giant mushrooms, and clocks melting to the rhythm of passing time. In this magnificent land of make-believe, a cute little rabbit wants to nurse his ill friend the flower back to health in any way he can. He must use his wits to decipher puzzles inspired by classic point-and-clicks, uncover hidden objects, and play minigames to continue his adventure. Is it just child’s play or does it all have a deeper meaning that reflects reality?
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Superb Hidden Object Game! Cute story, very good visuals, and enjoyable puzzles; clearly made by experienced developers!
Story & gameplay
A little girl is gifted a toy rabbit to comfort and support her. She is ill, and visiting hospitals. In an imaginary world, this rabbit is also looking for a cure for her persona. In this fairytale world we are solving puzzles to find that cure!
Each of the five chapters start with a screen, where you have to click on a problem to be solved. That problem requires a few similar items, a few can be found on that screen. When all items are found there, you move to another screen. Every screen has a new set of items to find, which also can be found in previous screens. It works very fluidly and intuitive. When you finish a set, there is sometimes a puzzle to solve. Some are easy, but they can be challenging! Especially the puzzles in the final chapter are tough, there is one with stamps, I still have no clue why it is solved the way it is. Overall this is also fun for kids I think.
Aesthetics & Mobile port
The visuals and sounds are well done! It looks almost like a Pixar movie. The music is nice and good, and put into instrument tracks for some puzzles, adding one instrument at a time. There is no language involved, they speak with images.
Yet we are confronted that this is a mobile port by using a very awkward resolution, that no pc uses. We have come to a point that it doesn't really matter anymore, it's just a 'hey, huh?'.
Conclusion
Although HOG isn't really my thing, this one is as good as it gets. A sweet compelling story, good pace, nice puzzles but not too difficult, and it just looks great! What more can you wish for?
79/100
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Review from Steam

*** TRIGGER WARNING!! Don't be fooled by the colorful art! This game is about serious child illness and though it all ends well I wouldn't recommend it if u feel quite depressed. The music is good but depressive too. As of the comments about "family friendly" content, I have to disagree. The art -though cute & beautiful- can be nightmarish odd for a child in certain scenes... ***
That being said, this is a very good hidden object game, worth playing!
P.S. It has 5 chapters (plus chapter selection in the main menu).

Review from Steam

This game isn't like your usual HOG from Artifex Mundi, it's more like "Little Big Planet" if you heard or played it. In each scene you'll have mechanisms to find to activate by finding the requested items which eventually helps to continue the story. I encourage you to have a look at the achievements as some require you to do some specific actions during the game, it will avoid you to do the game twice because you forgot to click on a mussel for example.

Review from Steam

There are no words to describe how charming this game is. I'm putting it aside and will replay it in a few months. The artwork is glorious, the puzzles clever and not too difficult, and the story has a happy ending.

Review from Steam

Yes! Yes! Yes!

Review from Steam

Try the game.
For the sale price of 1,49, this is an absolute steal. After quite some while, I can say I finally found a beautifully crafted HOG puzzle game.
The art style is gorgeous, the story is nice, the puzzles are not too easy and boring, but they also do not get frustratingly hard. On top of that, I truly loved the soundtrack, will definitely listen even outside of the game.

Review from Steam

pros
+ various and fun puzzles
+ relaxing musics
+ mini games are fun
+ cute characters and story
+ beautiful, colorful and cute looking hand-drawn cartoony art style
+ game is not too short
+ hidden object elements fun
+ there is auto save
+ story presented with hand drawn pictures
+ there are steam achievements and cards
cons
- a hint system would be great
- some pixel hunting
Overall this is an decent puzzle and hidden object game. it's very similar to The Tiny Bang Story but this one easier than The Tiny Bang Story.