Windows Store Welcomes Disney's Stack Rabbit Game
Article by George Norman
On 01 Nov 2013
Microsoft was glad to announce that Disney’s Stack Rabbit game is now available for download in its Windows Store.

You can get the game for free from the Windows Store here.

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Stack Rabbit – The Story

The story behind Stack Rabbit goes something like this. Ben the Rabbit leads a peaceful life, stealing veggies and doing various rabbit stuff. One day, Ben’s sister decides to go on vacation and leaves him in charge of her bunny children.

It is now Ben’s responsibility to feed the bunny children and the only way he can do so is by stealing veggies from the nearby farm which, as you would expect, is guarded by a dog. Ben must stay clear of Max the dog, steal veggies, and feed the bunny children.

Stack Rabbit – The Gameplay

Disney’s Stack Rabbit is a puzzle adventure game where you have to hop, stack, and match veggies (match three of a kind). After you match the veggies, they will grow back. You will get to jump, spring, and dive through 65 levels and, by using power-ups such as Crop Dusters, Bunny Cannons, and Lightning Veggies, you are sure to become a stack-master.

If Max the dog wakes up, he will try to catch you through fast-paced chase levels.

Stack Rabbit – Main Features
  • 65 head-scratching levels to go through.
  • Hop, stack, and match veggies (match three of a kind).
  • Use power-ups such as Crop Dusters, Bunny Cannons, and Lightning Veggies.
  • Power-ups are available for purchase.
  • Avoid Max the dog in fast-paced chase levels.
  • You can see your friends’ progress if you connect with Facebook.
Stack Rabbit – Availability

Stack Rabbit is available for free in Apple’s App Store, in Google’s Play Store, and as of this week, it is also available in Microsoft’s Windows Store. Get it and you can use it on all Windows 8.1 enabled devices.



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