When it comes to wacky characters, none are wackier than Rabbids. These creatures have found noted success in a number of games on multiple platforms, and now they are taking over the Windows world.

Ubisoft is now offering this universal game free of charge, both for Windows and Windows Phone users.

Your task in this puzzle game is to pilot a rabbit in space, and collect as many coins and items as possible. You get access to jetpacks to ease your way through the missions and fight plant gravity. Pretty okay concept as far as concepts go.

Here is what the zany official description has to state:

“Forget the Milky Way! This is the Rabbids Way! Rabbids Big Bang is the first Rabbids physic-based game on mobile devices that lets you pilot a Rabbid in space with the tip of your finger!”

Now there are 10 different galaxies, each of which offer 15 different missions for a total of 150 levels.

A raking system tracks your progress and achievements as you advance through the game. Several customization options to help you change the look of your character are also included. While the gameplay is all right, the visual presentation really takes the cake, with its distinct colorful style.

This was a paid game in the past, and only recently has gone free. No idea for how long this promotion lasts but if you are interested, grab it right away. It supports all versions of Windows, including ARM.

Click here to check out Rabbids Big Bang on the Windows Store.

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  1. I’m glad they switched it over to free. It looks like a fun game to me and I’ll try it out for sure, however, 150 levels isn’t enough in my view for a paid game. I say that assuming the levels move rather quickly.

    • Good point. I tend to think 10 different galaxies with 15 different levels would take quite a bit of time though. Because of that, I think this is a good value now that it’s free.

  2. Emily Williams / April 25, 2014 at 4:43 pm /Reply

    Right when I saw this is free, I went to the app store and started downloading. This looks awesome to me! Can’t wait to play. I’ll report back.

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