After being well-received by console and PC players, the adorable adventure from Artifex Mundi will release in mid-April to mobile devices – follow the rabbit down the rabbit-hole and live the surrealistic story. A picture-perfect, 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 both of them cope. While the outside world offers tragedy, these pure children envision a fantastic, whimsical world that provides the innocent fun they deserve.
Help Rabbit nurse his ill friend Flower to health, solve creative, colorful puzzles, find hidden objects and complete mini-games to advance the story. Following the story of two siblings, their escape into the world of imagination and the painful glimpses of sad, hospital reality My Brother Rabbit’s captivating, dream-like setting will keep you guessing what odd magical creature you’ll encounter next. The game caught on other consoles and has been appreciated for its puzzles, hand-painted visuals and music.
The casual ambience, colorful backgrounds and ambient music make this game a great bedtime play. The music has been written and arranged by Arkadiusz Reikowski known from Layers of Fear and Seven: The Days Long Gone – the main score “Dreams” was co-created with Emi Evans, the voice behind NieR:Automata’s. The wondrous sights and sounds make the gorgeous, hand-painted My Brother Rabbit world come together – inviting you to rekindle the flames of your imagination.
“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 game will launch on mobiles on 18.04.2019 on iOS, Android and Amazon, pricing at $4.99, get a preorder here.