www.testfreaks.com

Reviews, reviews, reviews...

6.1* out of 10 based on 4 reviews

Rabbids Lab

Information found in:

Best Price at Amazon

  • Expert Score (3)
    4.7 4.7 from 3 reviewers
More grades Less grades
  • Best Deals on eBay

  • Expert Reviews

  • WikiFreak Description

Rabbids Lab

Rabbids Lab is a game that is set around the premise of having a raving Rabbid stuck inside the Wii Remote. Gamers interact with the character by moving the Wii Remote or pressing the buttons. Gamers can also change his appearance in the Lab, by messing with his head and place seasonal accessories on him to act as a hat, or change his look entirely with the painting module. The Rabbid can have a completely unique look, and gamers can take a photo and send it in a Wii message to show off t…

See more

Rabbids Lab

Rabbids Lab is a game that is set around the premise of having a raving Rabbid stuck inside the Wii Remote. Gamers interact with the character by moving the Wii Remote or pressing the buttons. Gamers can also change his appearance in the Lab, by messing with his head and place seasonal accessories on him to act as a hat, or change his look entirely with the painting module. The Rabbid can have a completely unique look, and gamers can take a photo and send it in a Wii message to show off to friends.

Features

Rabbids Lab features a Rabbid in need of a makeover. Gamers have a series of tools with which to paint, decorate and transform the Rabbid that dwells in one’s Wii Remote. The game features three basic decorating sections in the lab: Tools, Accessories and Paint. The Tools section consists of a head vice where gamers can alter the dimensions of their Rabbid’s head. By shaking the Remote horizontally gamers can squash its head, or vertically to elongate it. The Accessories section gives gamers one of two to choose from: a Santa hat or a turkey (both to wear on the Rabbid’s head); while the Paint section gives gamers access to a comprehensive color palette and a variety of drawing tools and stamps. Tools include a spray can, several different types of brush, stamps (24 of them), a fill bucket, colour pick, erase and undo tools. Gamers can then capture their final look in the photo mode which can be saved to the Wii or sent in a message to a friend.

See less

Ask the community

Need more advice? Ask the community a question.

Video Reviews