"A leakage at a chemical factory has filled the world with deadly nerve gases. The animals and people have become aggressive. Ninja rabbit is the only hope of finding the leak and saving the world from destruction."
Ninja Rabbits is a sidescrolling fighting game. This is the first game in the two-part series. The sequel is called International Ninja Rabbits.
As the name of the game suggests the player controls a ninja rabbit. You'll have to use his ninja
skills to beat up the various enemies in three different levels. The only "weapon" this rabbit carries is a wooden stick but don't worry, the enemies don't have any better weapons either. If an enemy manages to hit the rabbit his health bar gets smaller. It's depicted as a carrot in the top-left corner of the screen. You start the game with three lives but you can gain extra lives by finding carrots.
The enemies you'll see consist of other animals, humans and robots. You will have to fight only one enemy at a time. Some of the enemies are better fighters than others and take more hits to beat. Beware of dropping rocks and flying golf balls too or they will sap our rabbit hero's health very quickly.
The three levels in order are the countryside, the city and the factory. Each level consists of several screens. You can reach the next screen usually just by walking to the right, but sometimes you will have to jump down to the sewers or climb up ladders. If you get killed the game continues from your current screen.
Seriously speaking Ninja Rabbits has some flaws. The controls are terrible, animations too slow and
it has only pcspeaker sound effects. The graphics aren't great either. You could expect more from a game with such an interesting premise. Nevertheless, if you like beat 'em up games then maybe you will like this one too.
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