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Follow the Rabbit sends you on a colorful and fun-filled romp through 125 puzzle-based levels that stays addictive and entertaining right to the end. Although it occasionally suffers from a lack of difficulty, I couldn't keep myself from going after the pesky rabbit and the many coins he dropped along the way.
You slide your finger across the screen to move and swipe up to jump in place, though the game occasionally has trouble distinguishing between these actions, unfortunately. Other mechanics are introduced later, such as tilting your device to affect gravity, maneuvering clones, or tapping on a balloon to pop it, but be sure to steer clear of enemies -- they kill you on contact.
There are effectively two puzzles to each level; the main goal is simply to reach the door, but you'll also need to collect the three coins the rabbit dropped in his haste if you want to unlock all levels. You'll often find the latter far more complicated. Puzzles can get really tough, but they rarely take more than a minute or two to figure out. Seasoned puzzle veterans may find the game too easy, but there's enough challenge here to keep most casual gamers on their toes.
It's easy to get caught up playing "just one more level" for hours at a time, although skilled players may complete Follow the Rabbit in an evening. If you can hold back, it's the perfect little game for those in-between moments in your day.
The bottom line. Easy to learn (and master), Follow the Rabbit's addictive puzzle-based gameplay and polished presentation leaves you wanting more, but it's let down at times by a lack of challenge.
iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS 4.3 or later
Addictive gameplay. Easy to learn. Colorful, polished presentation.
Feels short, despite having 125 levels. Lacks any lasting challenge.