Rabbids Go Phone Again Returns to iOS

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  1. Maura

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    Ubisoft announced today that those very loveable Rabbids are back to take control of your iPhone and iPad. With the new Rabbids app, you can discover new moves and interactive accessories to mess with your captive Rabbid. You can tickle, toss or shake your captive Rabbid and play tricks on him thanks to new interactive objects such as the toilet brush or the piranha, and you can have a lot of fun finding all the available interactions on the app and then comparing your scores with your friends on Game Center. You can also pose with your Rabbid, by uploading photos to the app, or taking photos with the iPhone or iPad camera and then using the photo tool to create pictures with you and your Rabbid, which you can then share via email or Facebook. The Facebook newsfeed also enables the most avid Rabbid fan to stay connected with the Rabbids Community, and you can even watch Rabbids YouTube videos directly on your device. The app also enables you to totally Rabbidize your iPhone or iPad, with exclusive wallpapers, videos, images and thematic backgrounds, and the opportunity to download even more.

    Rabbids Go Phone Again will be able to download from the App Store from April 5. If you’ve already got the first Rabbids Go Phone the new app will be free to download, but if you’re a Rabbid first timer the new app will cost 69p for the iPhone version. The HD iPad version will cost £1.49

    Source: Ubisoft
    #1 Maura, Mar 28, 2012
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