Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show
Arcade 18 November 2014
A crazy arcade game, which is an interactive version of an animated series produced by Ubisoft, in which the main role was played by the crazy "daughters" known from the Rayman series. The game boils down to participation in a series of mini-games with film characters, using popular motion controllers: Kinect and PlayStation Camera.
Arcade 18 November 2012
A set of more than 20 arcade mini games, which were created for fun with friends and family. The main characters of the production are mischievous rabbits, who have been mascots of the Rabbids series for years. The game takes advantage of the capabilities of the Wii U console gamepad and offers unique opportunities for multiplayer fun.
Party 13 November 2012
Rabbids Rumble is a collection of various mini games developed by Ubisoft with Mad Crazy Daughters in main roles. The biggest novelty is the turn-based battle system resembling the Pokemon series, in which we put the furs collected and trained by us for fighting.
Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking
Arcade 01 November 2011
Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking is a set of arcade mini-games, created with the technical capabilities of the Kinect xbox motion controller in mind. Produced by Ubisoft's development studios in Milan and Paris, the game allows up to four players to have fun together.
Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time
Action 21 November 2010
The next adventure of crazy rabbits, this time going on a journey in time. Their excursions were presented in the form of twenty four-player games, divided into five game styles (from flying to jumping). The novelty is that for the first time in the history of this series you can play with your colleagues on the Internet or on a split screen.
Rabbids Heroes is a tactical card game, which is a humorous response of Ubisoft to titles such as Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft or The Elder Scrolls: Legends. The main characters in Rabbids Heroes are the title rabbits, which debuted on our screens in the Rayman series, and eventually have gotten their own game, and even an animated TV show. The gameplay is focused on subsequent duels of the crazy rabbits, representing different professions, such as knight, mage, ninja, scientist, or hunter. The task is to achieve the title of the master and reach the Moon, where the sympathetic animals originate from. During the duels, players can use cards chosen from their deck beforehand. The deck is completed throughout the whole game, and consists of 200 elements in total - subsequent successes obviously allow the players to develop their characters. The game is full of absurd humor. The visuals are kept in characteristic, cartoonish stylistics.