The Night of the Rabbit is a point-and-click adventure video game developed and published by Daedalic Entertainment for Microsoft Windows and OS X. The Night of the Rabbit was released in May 28 or 29, 2013.
On the last days of summer vacation, 12-year old aspiring magician Jerry Hazelnut finds a formula to create a "carrot flame". After he puts the ingredients together, a traveling case appears out from nowhere. Inside the case is a wand, a magic hat and an anthropomorphized upright albino rabbit wearing a coat. The rabbit introduces himself as the Marquis de Hoto. He tells the world has many parallel universes. The roots of very old trees are connected to each other deep in the ground and can make a connection with the ones in the parallel universes. The Marquis de Hoto is a "Treewalker" and uses a magic spell to travel between the parallel universes. Furthermore, inside each parallel universe there lies invisible magic which can be revealed by using a special hollow coin that Jerry owns, which Marquis de Hoto enchants.
The Marquis de Hoto offers Jerry a chance to become his apprentice in order to become a magician. Jerry needs to follow a long term course, although the rabbit claims Jerry will be home again before dinner. Jerry agrees and travels with Marquis de Hoto to a beautiful fairy-tale looking parallel universe. They end up in the town of Mousewood which is inhabited by talking woodland animals. Through the Marquis and the Magician of Mousewood, Jerry learns about "portal trees" and travels to different worlds to learn four spells in order to become a true Treewalker, all the while helping the residents of Mousewood. During this time, he sees a recurring image of a person who appears to know him.
Screenshots from the game The Night of the Rabbit
System requirements The Night of the Rabbit for Mac Os:
- OS: OS X 10.7
- Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
- RAM: 2 GB RAM
- Video Card: Intel graphics or higher
- Disk Space: 7 GB