Big Bang is the first Rabbids game we've had on Windows Phone 8. If you're not familiar with the franchise, Rabbids are crazy, raving rabbits that cause mischief and wreck havoc wherever they go. In this physics-based title, the pesky little terrors are in space and require you, the player to help pilot them about.
Are you ready to become an expert Rabbit pilot? Good stuff. The goal is to thrust a Rabbid into space, control its trajectory using a jetpack and planet gravity to complete 150 silly, whacky and challenging missions. Players are able to traverse through 10 different galaxies, each offering 15 unique missions.
Doesn't sound crazy enough to be a Rabbids game? How about bouncing on Space Duckies, hitting Space Cows or even flying your Rabbid to the Sun? You're surely getting the idea now, when firing up Big Bang you're to forget everything logic and immerse yourself into the universe of the unknown.
A ranking system is present to progress with your Rabbid and unlock achievements. Upgrades and customisations are available for the Rabbit, enabling you to personalise the experience slightly to how you'd like to progress. When playing through levels, be sure to collect coins to upgrade the jetpack and increase its power output. Helmets, bats and more are available to create some real interesting looks.
With the crazy space animals, cheese planets and even UFOs, your Rabbid will be screaming "Bwaaah!" alongside yourself as you experience the whacky gameplay of Big Bang. The title is already available on both Android and iOS, but it's good to see Ubisoft expanding its horizons. What's more is Big Bang on Windows Phone is compatible with Xbox Live, just in case those achievements aren't worth anything.
You can download Big Bang from the Windows Phone Store for $0.99 (Windows Phone 8 only - 41MB). Thanks, Chad, for the tip!
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