History VideoGame / TheNightOfTheRabbit

23rd Jan '16 11:32:46 AM hamza678
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''The Night of the Rabbit'' is a 2013 [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame developed by DaedalicEntertainment and designed by Matthias Kempke, who is known for the indie game [[http://lassiegames.com/stitch What Makes You Tick: A Stitch in Time]].
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''The Night of the Rabbit'' is a 2013 [[PointAndClickGame point-and-click]] AdventureGame developed by DaedalicEntertainment Creator/DaedalicEntertainment and designed by Matthias Kempke, who is known for the indie game [[http://lassiegames.com/stitch What Makes You Tick: A Stitch in Time]].
23rd Jan '16 11:29:54 AM hamza678
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* ShoutOut: At some point a leprechaun turns you into a [[SuperMarioBros plumber with a mustache and Italian accent]]. ** Late in the game, [[spoiler:in the area past the 5th portal,]] Jerry sees an image of and makes a remark about a suitcase being packed with a bolt cutter. This is part of the very first puzzle in {{Deponia}}, another game produced by Daedalic Entertainment.
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* ShoutOut: At some point a leprechaun turns you into a [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros plumber with a mustache and Italian accent]]. ** Late in the game, [[spoiler:in the area past the 5th portal,]] Jerry sees an image of and makes a remark about a suitcase being packed with a bolt cutter. This is part of the very first puzzle in {{Deponia}}, ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'', another game produced by Daedalic Entertainment.
26th Aug '15 10:15:07 AM Dimensio
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* EyepatchAfterTimeSkip: Of a sort: [[spoiler: the Marquis de Hoto that Jeremy meets is actually a memory of his past self, before his FaceHeelTurn. The real, "present", one, seen in TheStinger, is sporting an eyepatch.]]
24th Jun '15 10:42:55 PM iClaudius
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Jeremiah "Jerry" Hazelnut is a 12 years old boy who dreams to become a magician. He is on summer vacation, which it is going to end in just two days. Jerry is visited by the mysterious rabbit Marquis de Hoto who invites him to [[GhibliHills Mousewood]], a fairytale-like place populated by colorful [[FunnyAnimal sentient animals]], where he will be trained to be a magician.
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Jeremiah "Jerry" Hazelnut is a 12 years old 12-year-old boy who dreams to become of becoming a magician. He is on summer vacation, which it is going to end in just two days. Jerry is visited by the mysterious rabbit Marquis de Hoto who invites him to [[GhibliHills Mousewood]], a fairytale-like place populated by colorful [[FunnyAnimal sentient animals]], where he will be trained to be a magician.

Jeremiah "Jerry" Hazelnut is a 12 years old boy who dreams to become a magician. He is on summer vacation, which it is going to end in just two days. Jerry is visited by ** Also the mysterious rabbit Marquis de Hoto who invites him reaction to [[GhibliHills Mousewood]], a fairytale-like place populated by colorful [[FunnyAnimal sentient animals]], where Jerry's comedy, before he will be trained to be comes up with some jokes that are appropriate for a magician. Mousewood audience.

** Subverted with Jerry, as he draws many parallels to Simon from SimonTheSorcerer except for personality. Both are British kids sent to a fantasy world to be trained in the ways of magic, and both have magic [[NiceHat hats]] that they [[BagOfHolding carry the entire inventory in]] the difference is that Simon is a complete Jerkass who only gets worse in the sequels. While Jerry is [[IncorruptiblePurePureness almost "too" friendly and good natured.]]
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** Subverted with Jerry, as he draws many parallels to Simon from SimonTheSorcerer except for personality. Both They are British kids both [[PortalFantasy sent to a fantasy world world]] to be trained in the ways of magic, and both have magic [[NiceHat hats]] that they [[BagOfHolding carry the entire inventory in]] the in]]. The difference is that Simon is a complete Jerkass {{Jerkass}} who only gets worse in the sequels. While sequels, while Jerry is [[IncorruptiblePurePureness almost "too" friendly and good natured.]]

** In the game the character Kitsune's name (which mean fox in japanese) is oftend prounced Kitsu-Na, while the true japanese pronunciation is Kitsu-NEY.

* SceneryPorn: The game shows two distinct art styles - one for the gameplay, one for the narration of background story and for the quartet cards -, which ressemble the illustrations of a children's book. Characters, settings and items are all hand-drawn.
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* SceneryPorn: The game shows two distinct art styles - -- one for the gameplay, one for the narration of background story and for the quartet cards -, -- which ressemble resemble the illustrations of a children's book. Characters, settings and items are all hand-drawn.
30th Apr '15 1:00:01 PM nombretomado
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** Early on in the game, you have to deliver a letter to A. Molena. Sent by one [[GrimFandango M. Calavera, travel agent]].
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** Early on in the game, you have to deliver a letter to A. Molena. Sent by one [[GrimFandango [[VideoGame/GrimFandango M. Calavera, travel agent]].
12th Mar '15 6:07:31 AM Pika123
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* EarlyBirdCameo: If you play Quartets with the fox statue [[spoiler: it shows Kitsune's human form despite you don't actually see this form in-canon for quite a while, this is even before you know what the statue is. if it's benevolent or evil.]]
10th Mar '15 8:39:05 PM Pika123
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I really should finish the game first
* Sugarbowl: Subverted: While Mousewood in the game rather subverts this trope, as [[spoiler: the game gets rather dark]] The audiobook backstories are full of cutesy whimsy akin to Beatrix Potter.
10th Mar '15 7:14:25 AM Pika123
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* Sugarbowl: Subverted: If you ingore the "dark" scenes in the game. Mousewood is a place full of whimsy almost akin to that of Beatrix Potter, this is most notable in the audiobook backstories.
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* Sugarbowl: Subverted: If you ingore the "dark" scenes in the game. While Mousewood is a place full of whimsy almost akin to that of Beatrix Potter, this is most notable in the game rather subverts this trope, as [[spoiler: the game gets rather dark]] The audiobook backstories.backstories are full of cutesy whimsy akin to Beatrix Potter.
10th Mar '15 6:57:35 AM Pika123
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* AdultsAreUseless: Played straight with Spietswig who (during the second encounter with Humbert) could easily use his adult superiority to tell the brat to buzz off, as he and Jerry have important business. But instead just says (paraphrasing) "Kids will be kids, I'm sure you can handle him yourself"
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* AdultsAreUseless: Played straight with Spietswig Spitsweg who (during the second encounter with Humbert) could easily use his adult superiority to tell the brat to buzz off, as he and Jerry have important business. But instead just says (paraphrasing) "Kids will be kids, I'm sure you can handle him yourself"
10th Mar '15 6:57:15 AM Pika123
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* Sugarbowl: Subverted: If you ingore the "dark" scenes in the game. Mousewood is a place full of whimsy almost akin to that of Beatrix Potter, this is most notable in the audiobook backstories.
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