Mini-Guide: King Rabbit: Classic

LQ: 8.6

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Brain grade: 8.4
Fun score: 8.8

King Rabbit: Classic
Game Type: , ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+ Platform/Console: , , , , , LWK Recommended Age: 10+ Thinking Skills Used: ,

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King Rabbit: Classic is a game in the retro style of early video games. The player controls a hero (King Rabbit) as he hops through the levels trying to rescue the queen. Along the way, he faces things like saws, disappearing ground, and fire. He also has access to things like bombs and switches and levers.

In each level there are three pieces of treasure. Some levels can even have a hidden diamond for the player to find. Diamonds can buy new characters and upgrades. Players can also build their own levels or play levels built by other players.

King Rabbit: Classic has in-game ads and purchases. The ESRB rated it E 10+ for infrequent or mild cartoon or fantasy violence. LW4K stands by this rating.


King Rabbit: Classic helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Flexibility King Rabbit: Classic

Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.

Every couple of levels there are new obstacles or enemies added. Just about every level presents them in a new way or combination. This means that in order to be successful at this game, the player needs to remain flexible. He or she has to be willing to adapt to obstacles and try new things. If the player isn’t using these skills, King Rabbit will be unable to move forward, will fail to get all the treasure, or will repeatedly die.

Planning

Developing and retaining information in our minds while working.

This game has many levels where the order the player does things matters, especially if he or she wants to get all the treasure and diamonds. That means that it is important for the player to look at each level before they do anything. They need to use their problem solving skills to make a short-term plan (since the levels are relatively short). If they don’t take the time to do this, the player could end up pushing a box into a saw when they needed it as a raft (for example).

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