Disney Interactive has today announced the launch of Stack Rabbit on iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices. From Tim FitzRandolph, creator of the Where’s My Water? franchise, the game sees players helping Ben the Rabbit match and stack vegetables in over 65 puzzle levels.
Each level in Stack Rabbit asks players to gather specific amounts of a variety of vegetables. Players move Ben around the garden by swiping in the direction they’d like him to bounce, and he collects ready vegetables on top of his head by simply touching them. Once three or more vegetables of the same type are balanced (and in a row) on his head, they’ll be collected for the level, giving players points.
Players may have a limited number of moves available to gather the necessary vegetables, and it’s also possible to “over-stack” Ben by collecting random vegetables that don’t match, but also fill all of the space above his head. Once players run out of moves, they’ll lose a life. These lives recharge automatically over time, or can be refilled via an in-app purchase.
The game is further monetized via the purchase of power-ups, in addition to permanent boosts in the store. These permanent upgrades may increase the amount of lives players can hold at once, add five extra moves to every level, and so on.
Stack Rabbit offers Facebook Connect for tracking friends’ progress and an in-game gifts system. The game is now available to download for free on iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices. Check back soon to track Stack Rabbit on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.
Watch a trailer for Stack Rabbit below.