King Rabbit – Race is the latest game in the slightly confusing King Rabbit series. While the other games have gone through name changes galore since they released, this one does exactly what it says on the digital tin – you’re playing as a rabbit wearing a crown, and you’re racing against other players.
So obviously you’re going to want to win. And that’s why we decided to write you this guide. We’ve played a decent amount of King Rabbit – Race and discovered the strategies you’re going to need to make sure you’re surviving as long as you possibly can. Winners stay alive, as everyone knows.
It doesn’t matter if you’re about to set off on your first hopping adventure or you’ve already been smashed by spikes, swinging balls and fires – there’s going to be something here to help you out. Here are the best hints, tips and cheats for King Rabbit – Race.
Wait and see
It’s fine to take your time and allow the hazards to reveal themselves to you. Where does that spinning saw go? What rhythm are those arrows firing at? It’s okay to stop and watch and figure out what you need to do to get through a series of challenges unscathed.
Sometimes the best way to win is to let your opponents make the mistakes. Hold back when you’re close to the top of the screen and let someone else go first. If you can’t see, neither can they, so allow them to take that risk and then swoop ahead when they get pelted with arrows or diced by circular saws.
Learn the hazards
A lot of the hazards you’re going to face will be repeated in other levels. Once you’ve nailed one, try and remember it so you can take it down easily the next time it crops up. Look for similarities in the movement of platforms and you should be set just fine. They can even crop up in different styles.
Play the daily challenge
The daily challenge is a great way to test your skills and show off how far you’ve progressed. Give it a go whenever you can, and make sure you’re paying attention. It’s the same level every time you play, which gives you a great chance to get as far as possible if you’re willing to put the work in.
Don’t get downhearted
Life is hard. Video games are hard. If you’re getting frustrated and furious at your inability to win, or even get very far, in a level, then just put the game down and go and do something else. Sit in the sun, visit a friend. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t really matter. And you’ll often find yourself a much better player if you’re not frustrated.