A little-known video game inspired by Disney’s Aladdin has garnered praise from children’s charities and parents who have wished for a movie to come to life.
Rabbit Quest, which was developed by the company behind the popular video game series Donkey Kong Country, was released on Google Play on Friday, allowing players to build a version of Aladdin, one of the most popular Disney animated films.
The game’s developer, the company that released Donkey Kong, said the game will be available for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, which are powered by Google’s Android operating system.
Rabbits will be able to interact with other Rabbits in the game, and can also help out the player by providing them with food and other items, as well as help in building their kingdom.
The Rabbits can also be given money for their efforts and they can also buy food and clothing for the player.
There will also be a boss battle against the villainous King Triton, which can be unlocked by completing certain quests.
“RabbitQuest was developed for kids to explore and immerse themselves in Disney’s classic fairy tale characters,” the Rabbits developer said in a blog post.
“For those of you who are into Disney games, we hope that this game will make you want to get the game.”
The Rabbids are playable in the app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, and the Rabbids’ voice actress, Danielle Brooks, also voiced the Rabbittons in the Disney film.
Brooks previously voiced a version from the film, and said she hopes to return for a Rabbithole-themed Rabbithouse game.
“We have to keep playing this game to see if we can get it made, and we have been working on it since December,” she said.
The first Rabbitholes were released in 2008, and were followed by a sequel in 2012.