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Rabbids Travel in Time - Nintendo 3DS

4.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
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  • Prepare to conquer history as the Rabbids discover time travel through a Time Washing Machine in a history museum
  • Created exclusively for Nintendo 3DS
  • Take part in the hilarious 2D and 3D side-scrolling action with pick-up-and-play gameplay
  • Clothe your Rabbid in a variety of wacky outfits, including cowboy and Roman costumes
  • Jump over obstacles, kick enemies and break blocks as you progress through 3D jungles, deserts and castles in more than 60 levels

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Product Description

The Rabbids are about to change the course of human history in their first platform-adventure game! Rabbids are bwaaack and this time they have an infallible plan to invade the human world: CONQUER HISTORY in the new Nintendo 3DS! When the Rabbids stumble into a history museum and discover time travel through their Time Washing Machine, you can bet that human history is about to become a major mess. Get ready to explore and mess up history with the Rabbids in their 1st platform adventure game exclusively on 3DS!

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Throughout history, there have been many monumental moments that changed the course of human development — and the Rabbids are ready to ruin them all. After stumbling upon a history museum, the Rabbids discovered time travel through their Time Washing Machine that is the perfect tool to help them invade the human world. Join the mischievous Rabbids as they attempt to conquer history in this 2D and 3D side-scrolling game created exclusively for Nintendo 3DS.

Rabbids 3D
Rabbids discover time travel
Rabbids discover time travel
Hilarious 2D and 3D side-scrolling action
Hilarious 2D and 3D
side-scrolling action
Ruin human history
Ruin human history

Synopsis

Rabbids Travel in Time 3D takes you on a journey through lush 3D jungles, deserts and castles and to monumental locations in history, including Rome and Egypt. Outfit your Rabbid with a variety of wacky getups, dressing up your rambunctious friend as a cowboy, a Roman or with many other hilarious costumes. Pick-up-and-play gameplay controls ensure the whole family will enjoy jumping over obstacles, kicking enemies and breaking blocks to progress through the game. Three game modes, including Story mode, Time-Attack mode and Challenge mode keep the gameplay fun and exciting. Are you ready to team up with these adorable creatures and Travel in Time?



Key Features:

  • Prepare to conquer history as the Rabbids discover time travel through a Time Washing Machine in a history museum
  • Created exclusively for Nintendo 3DS
  • Take part in the hilarious 2D and 3D side-scrolling action with pick-up-and-play gameplay
  • Clothe your Rabbid in a variety of wacky outfits, including cowboy and Roman costumes
  • Jump over obstacles, kick enemies and break blocks as you progress through 3D jungles, deserts and castles in more than 60 levels
  • Experience — and ruin — some of the greatest moments in human history set in lush 3D environments, including Egypt and Rome
  • Muck up history in Story mode, Time-Attack mode and Challenge mode

Product Information

ASIN B004L4EWPU
Release date April 10, 2011
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,710 in videogames
#192 in Video Games > Nintendo 3DS > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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Hello I'm an autistic adult gamer.

This is my review on Rabbids Time Travel 3ds game.

Well I just started playing the rabbids 3DS & DS games this year & I can say this much the rabbid's series seem's to get cuter & funnier as each new rabbid game come's out.

Anyway's I love time travel even though it's fiction. This 3ds game is really funny with the cute bunny rabbit lol the game make's me laugh espicially when you take the bunny rabbit in the dressing area & he try's on different outfit's the expression's on the bunny's face are hilarious. I got my rabbid bunny dressed up in caveman outfit like the stone age lol. :)

The level's are pretty funny. As far as hard or easy goes the first planet your on with 16 level's it was really easy at least for me.

The pharaoh/dessert planet is a little more harder but not by very much. If you've ever played Mario before the 3ds game sort of play's like mario only instead of a relaxed plummer trying to save a princess you got a chubby bunny who's really hyper & might had adhd lol.

Crazy bunny in the 3ds game. :)

If you want a good laugh then defently get this 3ds game it would cheer anyone up. :)

Happy Gaming! (^_^)
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Our favorite Rabbids return in an all new side scrolling adventure for the Nintendo 3DS. The game holds the same name as the Wii party game (Rabbids Travel in Time.) However, unlike the Wii version there are no mini games. Therefore, if you were looking to have a handheld version of the party series this game may disappoint you.

At launch, Nintendo put a 2 GB limit on the game cards. This had many worried that 3DS games would be stripped down to the bone. After playing Rabbids 3DS, I can tell you that this was not the case. Rabbids 3DS contains four time periods giving it a grand total of 60 levels. Players are able to revisit previous levels through a mode called Stopclock. So essentially there are 120 levels.

How difficult is the game?

Rabbids 3D is a quick and easy game for anyone to pick up and play. While normally this is a good thing this quickly became a real negative. The levels may have been too easy. Although, some levels did become a little challenging but never difficult.

What other cool features are included?

After achieving a certain amount of points, players are able to unlock 3D trophies. I found them as a nice extra treat for beating a level. In addition, after playing through Stopclock mode puzzles of the Rabbids can be unlocked. Another cool feature is the ability to customize your rabbit. Every enemy rabbit has hats and other accessories that you can collect through out the game.

Does the game take advantage of the touchscreen?

No. This was a major disappointment as the touchscreen could have been used to navigate through the menu. I don't think the touchscreen would have worked for the game levels itself, but it could have been used in the dressing room and trophies menu.
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I will preface this review with the fact that I only paid about $15 for this title. Based on that price point, I think this was a pretty good game and worth the money I spent. If I had paid $40 for it, I think my thoughts would have been different.

I really like colorful platform games, so was instantly attracted when I found out this Rabbids game was a platformer. The game started off well, with levels that were fairly simple, but introduced you to the mechanics of gameplay and the various obstacles you would be encountering. As I played through the game though, I started noticing levels within a world that would be extremely difficult (where I would lose a large number of lives) but then find that the next level in that world seemed easy. I'm not sure if the developers purposely built that in to give the player a break after a hard level?...or if the level design was just poorly staged and inconsistent.

I personally didn't laugh very often playing the game, but felt like I was probably supposed to. There were a few scenes of the rabbids dancing that cracked me up, but throughout much of the game I kind of found them mildly annoying. My wife asked me to turn the volume down on quite a few occassions as she felt the noises they made in the game were very irritating.

The game kept my attention though and I want to say I played through it in about a week's time (playing during lunch hours and about 2 hours each night).

I thought the levels were pretty well designed and regularly introduced new challenges and brought in some good variety. On some levels you have freedom and no time limit, to just explore and try to collect as many points as you can.
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I am 47 years old and I think I am pretty decent at video games. This game could have been so fun, but........So, the graphics aren't great to start with for the 3DS. They are fuzzy looking. The idea is to pass a level and then after you pass that level, you go back twice more to do the challenges for that level. The challenges consist of a race against the clock to see if you can get through quickly without dying. Ok, that isn't so bad. You don't have to pick up every object to race through and beat it. The part that I detest is the "Missions" challenge. This isn't even fun. In order to pass the missions challenge you have to get every single object and kill every single thing. The problem is that if you fall, even once, you have to start all over. The issue I have with that is that some levels are very long and very hard. So, one level I was doing takes about 45 minutes IF you go very slow to ensure you get every single thing and to be very careful not to fall. If you spend 25 minutes and you fall once, back to the beginning. I did this about 10 times and said, "Forget it." It became a chore and it lost it's fun. Now, if you want to skip the missions and just go through the levels, it isn't bad. I also found the constant directions annoying. At the beginning of the game they show you how to jump, swim, kick etc. when you come upon a new move. That is a good thing. What isn't good is when you are on level 16 and they are still showing you by popping these boxes up in front of your view telling you how to kick. I got that back at the beginning and now it is annoying. I gave it 2 stars because I love the music and the concept is fun. They ruined it though by making it way too difficult to get through a few of the levels and because of the annoying rabbit noises and continued directions way into the game.
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