There are some companies that have really taken to development on Windows 8, and thankfully Disney is one of them. The entertainment titan continues to port games upon games to Windows 8.1.

And another one that landed not so long ago on the Windows Store is the wonderfully made, Stack Rabbit. This bright and colorful game boasts equally zany characters and offers 65 levels of hopping, stacking and matching fun.

Below is the nicely comprehensive official description:

“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!”

The game totally overloads on the cuteness factor, from the blocky characters to blocky veggies.

While the gameplay is simple and straightforward, the puzzles are challenging enough and the guard dog really heats things up. Special power ups also help add another dimension.

Although the game is free to play, small payments are necessary for unlocking some additional items and powers. It also connects to Facebook, allowing the possibility of checking progress of friends. And like all quality games, this one supports all Windows 8 enabled devices, including ARM based ones.

Click here to check out Stack Rabbit on the Windows Store.

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