Rakker and the Sinking Cities (Windows)

Rakker and the Sinking Cities Windows Based on a true story?!


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The restless soul of a roadkilled rabbit (doubtless the lagomorph ancestor of Gun-Nac's antagonists) gathers the discontent shades of other spectral bunnies to vent their collective frustration by tunneling beneath the major cities of the world, undermining their foundations and causing them to sink.

Rakker, a very-much-alive rabbit with a conscience, cannot abide this burrowing menace from beyond the grave, and so he sets out beyond his warren to the infernal underworld in order to set things right using the only abilities at his disposal: running, jumping on to platforms, ducking, grabbing on to ledges and occasionally flipping levers. Sporadic enemies can be vanquished by jumping on their heads, but most of the obstacles are static hazards -- the likes of spiked pits awaiting anything less than a pixel-perfect jump.


Rakker and the Sinking Cities Windows These ones instead go up and down, injuring anything caught in their wake.
Rakker and the Sinking Cities Windows Elaborate rabbit-pokers
Rakker and the Sinking Cities Windows The lever to unlock the Gates of Hell has a three-digit combination. (Betcha can't guess what it is!)
Rakker and the Sinking Cities Windows Hence the saying...

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Pseudo_Intellectual (60501) added Rakker and the Sinking Cities (Windows) on Jul 19, 2007