Raving Rabbids Travel in Time (Wii)

Travel in Time

Release Date: 26/11/2010

  • Compatible: Motion Plus
  • Number of Players: 1-4 Players
  • Edition: Standard

Raving Rabbids Travel in Time - exclusive to Nintendo Wii, is the latest game in the Raving Rabbids series by Ubisoft. This game is scheduled to be released in Europe during November 2010. Unlike the previous adventurous gameplay, this new game has been designed as a party game.

Funny Historical Events

Raving Rabbids Travel in Time has various sequences in which the Rabbids enter a time machine and travel to different times in history. This gives the players a good laugh as the Rabbids try out funny stunts to change events of the past. Various mini-games find the Rabbids in the prehistoric times, the Egyptian civilization, medieval times, and the first landing on the moon. Raving Rabbids Travel in Time is loaded with fun sequences and has players in splits from the very start. The prehistoric sequence shows the Rabbids holding out a lighter to a caveman as he tries to make a fire by rubbing stones. In the Egyptian period, the Rabbids are found disturbing the Sphinx carver till the nose of the Sphinx is chipped off. Also, their entry into the medieval times finds them underground and hanging onto King Arthur's sword till he is disgusted and leaves it behind.


Raving Rabbids Travel in Time has several mini-games and allows multiple players to compete against each other. Other portions require players to play together and at such times the game shows the duo funnily tied together with toilet paper. This is an exciting party game. While players can try to score maximum points, they can also share a good laugh watching the Rabbids dancing and singing at the start of the game. Previous versions of the game have been widely accepted with a innumerable fan following of children.

Players can join the online community of Rabbid game lovers on social sites where they can share their views about Raving Rabbids Travel in Time and also compare their performances. MotionPlus is supported but unlike Raving Rabbids TV Party, this one is not compatible with the Wii balance Board.
Written by Lauren, September 23rd 2010

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