Stack Rabbit is here! Hop in and play a wild new puzzle adventure from Disney and the creators of Where’s My Water! Download now and stack your way to puzzle success! Ben the Rabbit’s peaceful, veggie-thieving life is turned upside down when his sister goes on vacation leaving him to babysit her restless bunny children. With a bounty of bouncing bunnies to feed, Ben must sneak into the nearby farm and steal enough veggies to feed the kids! But watch out – Max the guard dog is always keeping a watchful eye on the farm’s veggies!
• Hop, stack, and match veggies through 65 head-scratching levels for FREE!
• Play as Ben the Rabbit on living puzzles, where veggies grow back as you match them!
• Challenge yourself to create recipes, match stacks, and get all the veggies you can stack!
• Jump, spring and dive your way through puzzles!
• Become a stack-master with power-ups such as Crop Dusters, Bunny Cannons, and Lightning Veggies.
• Avoid Max the guard dog in fast-paced chase levels!
• Connect to Facebook and see your friends’ progress in the game map!
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Stack Rabbit is a match-three puzzle game created by Disney Mobile. You hop around various vegetable patches and make matches of three or more in a specific order to feed a passel of hungry baby rabbits. Gamezebo’s quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to leap into a bountiful harvest.
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Nature needed a palatable, easily-digestible meal for its carnivores, so it designed the bunny rabbit. That's not to say rabbits sit around and wait to be eaten. Anyone familiar with Watership Down knows the lapin race has its own blessings, including the ability to murder vegetable gardens with blood-chilling efficiency. Stack Rabbit is an action/match-three puzzle game about a rabbit that cuts down garden after garden (vegans: Viewer discretion is advised). This tasty little turnip from Disney is unique and highly addictive, though like the less healthy Candy Crush Saga, later levels of Stack Rabbitare obviously engineered to gobble up your lives in hopes that you'll buy more.
Stack Rabbit's starring bunny is Ben, a fluffy white hopper who's been charged with babysitting his brother's kids. Thing is, Ben's brother evidently did not stop making it with his wife long enough to even breathe, and now there are a lot of hungry little mouths for Ben to feed. Luckily, there's a nearby farm with lots of vegetable plots ripe for raiding. Stack Rabbit's levels are set up on a grid. Most of the grid spaces are occupied by a vegetable, or by a sprout. When Ben hops into a fully-grown vegetable, he flings it upon his head (he's got a square head, and these are square vegetables). When he matches three or more identical vegetables, they go towards the total he needs to collect in order to move on to the next patch.
There are conditions to collecting, though. Foremost, each patch is guarded by a dog that's not big on the idea of rabbits frolicking in his master's vegetable patches. Said pooch spends most of his time snoozing, but there's an alarm clock that goes off after a certain amount of moves, so Ben needs to do his thing before that happens. Every time you make a match, the move counter ticks down by one. The kicker is that most levels require you to collect vegetables in a certain order. So if the game calls for eggplants and you collect tomatoes, those tomatoes don't count towards your level progress. Read more »