Als Turner, einem rebellischen Hasen mit eindrucksvollen Kampfküsten, begeben Sie sich auf die Suche nach den Verantwortlichen für das Gemetzel, das in seinem Heimatdorf angerichtet wurde. Enthüllen Sie eine weitreichende Verschwörung mit korrupten Anführern der Hasenrepublik und lauernden Wölfen in der nahen Umgebung.
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Veröffentlichung: 1. Jan. 2005

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Als Turner, einem rebellischen Hasen mit eindrucksvollen Kampfküsten, begeben Sie sich auf die Suche nach den Verantwortlichen für das Gemetzel, das in seinem Heimatdorf angerichtet wurde. Enthüllen Sie eine weitreichende Verschwörung mit korrupten Anführern der Hasenrepublik und lauernden Wölfen in der nahen Umgebung.

Sorgfältig angepasster Nahkampf: Jetzt sind die Tage des Combo-Wissens und Tastenhauens eindeutig vorüber. Denn im Spiel Lugaru wird ein kontextsensitives Kampfsystem verwendet, das Sie die einzelnen Bewegungen ganz einfach durchführen lässt. Es liegt nun ganz an Ihnen, zur richtigen Zeit den richtigen Zug zu machen und sich einen Weg durch die Kämpfe zu bahnen.

Strategie mit unbestimmtem Ende: Jedes Level liefert Ihnen eine andere Umgebung und eine Reihe an verschiedenen Feinden. Wie Sie Ihre Gegner letztendlich bezwingen liegt ganz an Ihnen. Attackieren Sie drauf los und kämpfen Sie gegen jeden, der Ihnen in die Quere kommt, oder lauern Sie Ihren Feinden heimlich auf und knöpfen Sie sich diese einzeln vor.

Ragdoll Physik: Nicht nur das Attackieren Ihrer Feinde fügt diesen Schaden zu, sondern auch deren Kollision mit der Umgebung. Denn nichts richtet mehr Schaden an als ein flinker Hasenkick, der den Gegner auf eine Steinmauer prallen lässt.

Detaillierte Umgebung: Kleine Faktoren wie die Windrichtung oder ob Sie vergessen haben, das Blut von Ihrem Messer zu wischen, wirken sich darauf aus, ob Sie sich unentdeckt Ihrem Feind annähern können oder nicht. Brutale KI Feinde im Spiel ziehen unfaire Kämpfe vor und schreien nach Unterstützung, attackieren in Gruppen oder nutzen jede noch so gute Waffe, die sie finden können.

Mod-Funktion: Mit Hilfe des Lugaru Debug-Modus erhalten Sie Zugang zum Map-Editor, mit welchem Sie Ihre eigenen Levels, Kampagnen und Mods entwerfen können. Im Debug-Modus können Sie auch verrückte Cheats anwenden, um zu fliegen, unbegrenzt Gesundheit zu haben, die Köpfe Ihrer Feinde explodieren zu lassen und Ihre Gegner und alle die sich in deren Nähe befinden in Brand setzen zu lassen.

Neue HD Texturen: Das ursprüngliche Lugaru erhielt zwar ein modernere und grafisch verbesserte Runderneuerung, blieb aber dabei der eigentlichen Seele des Spieles treu. Besonderen Dank gilt Tim Soret für die Schaffung des HD Texture Packs.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Prozessor: 1 GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 128 MB OpenGL kompatible Grafikkarte
    • Festplatte: 40 MB frei
    • Sound: Standard Soundkarte
    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OSX 10.5 oder besser
    • Prozessor: 1 GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 128 MB OpenGL kompatible Grafikkarte
    • Festplatte: 40 MB frei
    • Sound: Standard Soundkarte
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or equivalent
    • Processor: 1GHz or faster
    • Memory: 512MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB OpenGL compatible graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 40MB space free
    • Sound: Standard sound card
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Hatty Mikune
( 1.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Mai
i hate video games
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Mightyena
( 9.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. Mai
This game is pretty cool.
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Mufasa02
( 1.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. Mai
Hotline Miami's furry grandfather
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PangoLenin
( 3.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 30. April
Broken in every way on modern systems. Mouse freezes up every couple of seconds, despite constant framerate, no support for changing the resolution to anything but 1280x1024 (there's an option in the menu but it's broken and changes itself back), sound frequently glitches, the list goes on. Do NOT buy.
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Auramancer
( 4.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. April
Lugaru comes from Wolfire Games, the company that spawned the Humble Indie Bundle. Their idea revolutionized the digital games market, and drove millions of copies of excellent games into the hands of users who otherwise would have never played them. Lugaru was their first release as a developer, and it’s an interesting, although rough, experience. It is a game about loss and revenge. It is a game about morality and justice. It has brutal hand-to-hand combat. And rabbits.

You might think a game about anthropomorphic rabbits would be cute. You would be wrong. This game is dark. The combat is visceral, tight, and bloody. After Turner the rabbit sees his entire family ♥♥♥♥♥ and slaughtered by bandits, he sets out on an island-spanning quest for vengeance. The vast majority of the game consists of different combat scenarios, with different numbers of enemies equipped with different weapons like staves, knives, or swords. Kill them all to progress. In between these fights are text cut scenes, and dialogue is harsh like an 80s action movie. “I swear, I will kill them all,” etc. This is a little tough to get past when you see a rabbit with huge eyes and a cute chirpy noise for a voice say this. Immersion is not the strong suit of this game.

Where this game really shines is the combat. The developers were wise to not depend on lengthy combos or meters; your only commands are simple punch, jump, and crouch. Combining them results in different attacks. There is no health meter, you can only tell Trevor’s condition by the blurriness of the screen and how he will pant and slump after hard hits. There is no on-screen notification of your enemy’s actions, and even if there were, you wouldn’t be able to react to them fast enough. You’ll have to watch your enemy carefully, and parry at just the right moment to disarm or incapacitate them long enough to get in a solid hit. You can perform instant kills by stealthily approaching your opponent from behind (and in the case of wolves, from downwind) and snapping their necks. Failure is not punished heavily, as you will restart at the beginning of the stage, most of which last only a few minutes.

The music matches the tone of the game well; a slow, unease will set over you on the main menu, letting you know this is not a game for the faint of heart. When combat starts, your blood will get pumping as drums drive you to commit acts of rabbit violence. The sound effects when you land hits are crucial, as they inform you of what’s happening in the hand-to-hand scrum faster than your eyes can probably process it. Often, when delivering a killing blow, time will slow down and you will see that perfect kick to the head or knife throw in glorious slow motion.

The graphics are sparse, and the polygon count is low, even for the main character. Structures are basic cubes and rectangles, and the ground is little more than a few rolling hills populated with the odd tree. However sparse things are, though, it is impressive how much the team was able to build. The graphics are lacking, though mildly impressive when you read Wolfire’s blog where they detail all the work that went into it, and the spiritual sequel that is still in Early Access, Overgrowth. Everything in both games was built from scratch by the small development team.

Lugaru is a fast-paced game, and while the tutorial is thorough, the fight design leaves little room for error. Oftentimes a well-placed hit by an enemy will send you flying, not only doing direct damage, but leaving you at the mercy of the ragdoll physics. Land on your head, and you’ll potentially break your neck and have to start the fight over. Aside from Trevor’s campaign for revenge, there is also a challenge mode that pits you against groups of enemies, and you can compete to achieve a high score against each group. This is good practice for campaign mode, letting you quickly learn the systems and effective strategies against certain enemies and how to use different weapons.

While the graphics are unpolished, and the story feels “adult” for the sake of just being edgy, instead of in service of a grander point, the quick and weighty combat is entertaining. For $9.99, it is a good few hours of entertainment. I think of it more as a preview of what Overgrowth will offer. Perhaps Overgrowth will deepen these systems while overcoming Lugaru’s faults, but I will wait until it is out of Early Access to find out.
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Clownslay
( 2.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. März
I love, this game. It's really difficult and the combat is fluent and makes you feel like a badass. The only con is that the game is way too short. ♥♥♥♥ Half-Life 3, I want Overgrowth!
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H&H
( 0.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. Februar
Game- 4/10
Rabbits-10/10
Dogs I Think-10/10
Actually Maybe They Were Wolves- 10/10
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
♠NICK♠
( 3.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. Februar
This game is fun. The level with 6 wolves is not fun.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
GucciDog
( 3.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 4. Februar
This game is so freaking weird and awsome all at the same time which probaly makes it the best game ever. 10 Kungfu rabits/10
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
t4tris
( 3.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 3. Februar
Actually amazing.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
LHG
( 1.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 3. Januar
i was mildly disturbed by this game 10/10
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DOZAH
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2015
i can't tell if this is a real game or not.
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UnluckyDuckie
( 9.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2015
Lugaru is an extremely tight control arena-type fighter set in a bizarre world of humanoid animals who often find themselves beating the living crap out of each other due to reasons.

The combat system is fairly unique as well as surprisingly in-depth despite being very simple input wise (one attack button, a couple inventory buttons, the movement keys, duck and jump): There are aerial attacks, wall jumps, suplexes, finishers, jabs, a variety of kicks including an insanely powerful roundhouse, reversal moves, anti-reversal moves, weapon throws, you name it.

Movement feels incredibly fluid. Attacks are triggered through context sensitive timing (ducking while under attack will perform a reversal move) and combining keys (jumping, ducking and dropping a weapon in midair will cause you to air flip launch it into an enemy) which make for a very satisfying experience when you get the hang of it as the game does not let up and will constantly challenge you with scenarios that allow multiple ways of approaching whether it be through stealth for facing few enemies at a time or barging in and kicking everyone into space with your leg cannons while avoiding being counter-struck.

The campaign story is fairly simplistic and borderline cliche; You're Turner, a fairly chill herbivore, who then gets messed with, by not-so-chill herbivores that go out of their way to murder your family and friends, for an obscure purpose. With nothing to lose, you go out on a quest seeking REVENGE as well as answers which are nonetheless secondary to the brutal rear kicking that ensues. There are optional challenge scenarios as well, which don't seem to have any story behind them but are still fun. In case you haven't noticed it yet, it's not a very plot-heavy game.

The graphics are fairly dated, but they get the job done. They're at best nostalgic, despite being a PC exclusive, and at worst disturbing, due to the admittedly bizarre art style. The soundtrack is rather atmospheric and give the game some much needed spirit depending on the situation you're facing, but it isn't anything to write home about.

TL;DR:

It's a title focused on its fighting gameplay and challenges. Everything else in it is there to either accompany or support it, and not the other way around. If you're looking for a decent challenge, fluid Mouse+Keyboard gameplay or unconditional genocide of bunny rabbits, do consider checking it out.

You may find the demo for it here:
http://www.wolfire.com/lugaru
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spunkrat
( 9.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. Dezember 2015
cancer
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shikkaba
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 2. Dezember 2015
Maybe at one time this was a good game. A long freakin time ago. Not now. Not even close.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Ser Darlene
( 6.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Dezember 2015
Gameplay is simple though occasionally chaotic. Ultimately it has enough depth to be engaging. Plenty of free roaming space for when you want to jump around like a big rabbit person, think spider-man. The combat - easy to learn, difficult to master - has a great rhythm to it.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
C8-H10-N4-O2
( 1.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. November 2015
Used to play the demo over and over as a child.... yep still as hard as i thought
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Mugros
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Vorveröffentlichungsreview
Verfasst: 25. November 2015
Crap
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ
( 6.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. November 2015
Holy **** it is so good!!!
People are saying it is outdated - it was made in 2005/2006
They say the combat is unrealistic - that makes it more fun...
There is a level editor - but it's kind of hard to find
You can install mods

Don't play this for the story - play it for the ~12 different challenges on insane difficulty >:)
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
SaturdayXIII
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. November 2015
I started the first level but then it was like "go look for more guys", so I wondered away from the big rock and now there are no distinquishable objects and I can't find my way back because the draw distance is too small, and I don't think I want to try it again.
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4.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. April
Lugaru comes from Wolfire Games, the company that spawned the Humble Indie Bundle. Their idea revolutionized the digital games market, and drove millions of copies of excellent games into the hands of users who otherwise would have never played them. Lugaru was their first release as a developer, and it’s an interesting, although rough, experience. It is a game about loss and revenge. It is a game about morality and justice. It has brutal hand-to-hand combat. And rabbits.

You might think a game about anthropomorphic rabbits would be cute. You would be wrong. This game is dark. The combat is visceral, tight, and bloody. After Turner the rabbit sees his entire family ♥♥♥♥♥ and slaughtered by bandits, he sets out on an island-spanning quest for vengeance. The vast majority of the game consists of different combat scenarios, with different numbers of enemies equipped with different weapons like staves, knives, or swords. Kill them all to progress. In between these fights are text cut scenes, and dialogue is harsh like an 80s action movie. “I swear, I will kill them all,” etc. This is a little tough to get past when you see a rabbit with huge eyes and a cute chirpy noise for a voice say this. Immersion is not the strong suit of this game.

Where this game really shines is the combat. The developers were wise to not depend on lengthy combos or meters; your only commands are simple punch, jump, and crouch. Combining them results in different attacks. There is no health meter, you can only tell Trevor’s condition by the blurriness of the screen and how he will pant and slump after hard hits. There is no on-screen notification of your enemy’s actions, and even if there were, you wouldn’t be able to react to them fast enough. You’ll have to watch your enemy carefully, and parry at just the right moment to disarm or incapacitate them long enough to get in a solid hit. You can perform instant kills by stealthily approaching your opponent from behind (and in the case of wolves, from downwind) and snapping their necks. Failure is not punished heavily, as you will restart at the beginning of the stage, most of which last only a few minutes.

The music matches the tone of the game well; a slow, unease will set over you on the main menu, letting you know this is not a game for the faint of heart. When combat starts, your blood will get pumping as drums drive you to commit acts of rabbit violence. The sound effects when you land hits are crucial, as they inform you of what’s happening in the hand-to-hand scrum faster than your eyes can probably process it. Often, when delivering a killing blow, time will slow down and you will see that perfect kick to the head or knife throw in glorious slow motion.

The graphics are sparse, and the polygon count is low, even for the main character. Structures are basic cubes and rectangles, and the ground is little more than a few rolling hills populated with the odd tree. However sparse things are, though, it is impressive how much the team was able to build. The graphics are lacking, though mildly impressive when you read Wolfire’s blog where they detail all the work that went into it, and the spiritual sequel that is still in Early Access, Overgrowth. Everything in both games was built from scratch by the small development team.

Lugaru is a fast-paced game, and while the tutorial is thorough, the fight design leaves little room for error. Oftentimes a well-placed hit by an enemy will send you flying, not only doing direct damage, but leaving you at the mercy of the ragdoll physics. Land on your head, and you’ll potentially break your neck and have to start the fight over. Aside from Trevor’s campaign for revenge, there is also a challenge mode that pits you against groups of enemies, and you can compete to achieve a high score against each group. This is good practice for campaign mode, letting you quickly learn the systems and effective strategies against certain enemies and how to use different weapons.

While the graphics are unpolished, and the story feels “adult” for the sake of just being edgy, instead of in service of a grander point, the quick and weighty combat is entertaining. For $9.99, it is a good few hours of entertainment. I think of it more as a preview of what Overgrowth will offer. Perhaps Overgrowth will deepen these systems while overcoming Lugaru’s faults, but I will wait until it is out of Early Access to find out.
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9.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2015
Lugaru is an extremely tight control arena-type fighter set in a bizarre world of humanoid animals who often find themselves beating the living crap out of each other due to reasons.

The combat system is fairly unique as well as surprisingly in-depth despite being very simple input wise (one attack button, a couple inventory buttons, the movement keys, duck and jump): There are aerial attacks, wall jumps, suplexes, finishers, jabs, a variety of kicks including an insanely powerful roundhouse, reversal moves, anti-reversal moves, weapon throws, you name it.

Movement feels incredibly fluid. Attacks are triggered through context sensitive timing (ducking while under attack will perform a reversal move) and combining keys (jumping, ducking and dropping a weapon in midair will cause you to air flip launch it into an enemy) which make for a very satisfying experience when you get the hang of it as the game does not let up and will constantly challenge you with scenarios that allow multiple ways of approaching whether it be through stealth for facing few enemies at a time or barging in and kicking everyone into space with your leg cannons while avoiding being counter-struck.

The campaign story is fairly simplistic and borderline cliche; You're Turner, a fairly chill herbivore, who then gets messed with, by not-so-chill herbivores that go out of their way to murder your family and friends, for an obscure purpose. With nothing to lose, you go out on a quest seeking REVENGE as well as answers which are nonetheless secondary to the brutal rear kicking that ensues. There are optional challenge scenarios as well, which don't seem to have any story behind them but are still fun. In case you haven't noticed it yet, it's not a very plot-heavy game.

The graphics are fairly dated, but they get the job done. They're at best nostalgic, despite being a PC exclusive, and at worst disturbing, due to the admittedly bizarre art style. The soundtrack is rather atmospheric and give the game some much needed spirit depending on the situation you're facing, but it isn't anything to write home about.

TL;DR:

It's a title focused on its fighting gameplay and challenges. Everything else in it is there to either accompany or support it, and not the other way around. If you're looking for a decent challenge, fluid Mouse+Keyboard gameplay or unconditional genocide of bunny rabbits, do consider checking it out.

You may find the demo for it here:
http://www.wolfire.com/lugaru
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0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Februar
Game- 4/10
Rabbits-10/10
Dogs I Think-10/10
Actually Maybe They Were Wolves- 10/10
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1.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2013
Ihr wollt die Definition von Indie Game? Hier habt ihr sie.
Eine völlig komische Grundidee von kämpfenden Hasen und einem unausgereiftem Kampfsystem.
Man sollte von dem Spiel mal gehört haben und ein gameplay Video mal gesehen haben, aber das man es sich zulegen sollte und durchspielen sollte kann ich nicht behaupten.
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10.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Dezember 2014
every bunny was kung-fu fighting
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44.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. März 2014
Wind simulation!
Knife throwing!
Ragdolls!
Stabbing corpses! (And when enemies go down, it doesn't necesarrily mean they're dead. When they die, their mouths will open! Attention to detail!)
Mods!
Wolves!
Blood simulation!
Quotes!
"There maybe mothers and children in this den...
And I'm not so sure that I care anymore." (Heavy!)
Pretty good AI!
Jeez, this game is SWEET!
I seriously recommend it.
...Wolves are hard.
EDIT:
SWEET music!
Enemies can be shaken off your tail!
Wolves have a realistic smell system! Wind blows your scent, watch the way it blows!
Neck slitting!
Sword penetration!
Crushing of spines!
Cereal-related references!
Conspiracies!
Enemies will run away when they're injured to get a friend!
Oh yeah...
Did I mention...
ROUNDHOUSE KICKS???
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13.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juli 2014
This game is underrated as ♥♥♥♥♥. I mean. Have you ever heard of it? No?

Well then.

This game is a hidden jewel. I can't believe it was overlooked.
Well.
Maybe because of how much skill you need for it.

This game is like fighting an actual person. You need fast reflexes and a way to take them down easy

Either if its stealth, or brute force, you need ways. And sometimes the game makes you change your tactics and get used to new ones.

And you need to be VERY calm during all of this. Spamming isn't an option.

But still. I can't believe Overgrowth is praised so much, and this is an outcast.
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46.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. April 2015
Lugaru is about ten percent of the most brilliant game I've ever played.

It's really, really unfinished -- the levels are piles of cubes and trees sitting in the middle of vast, otherwise featureless plains, and the story mode has nasty visible scars where all the player choice was removed -- but what's there hints at a huge amount of unrealized potential. When you find yourself paying attention to the direction of the breeze and cleaning the blood off your knife so you can avoid detection by a wolf's sensitive nose, you know you're playing something brilliant.

Or, rather, a slightly broken demo for something brilliant.
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3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. November 2014
Like 7 years ago I used to play the demo every day, got a key generator and finished it after hours of raging because of those ♥♥♥♥ing wolves. Sorry David, I hope preordering Overgrowth and then buying two copies of this makes up for it. Pls no hert me.
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2.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Mai 2014
This game is one of a kind. It has solid gameplay and is actually pretty brutal, emotionally. It still stands as one of my favorite games. Can't wait for the newest installment Overgrowth. Keep up the good work David Rosen.
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4.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2013
A very fun little game. Don't expect a detailed story or anything like that, but it's a great game with a bit of a challenge - for those who don't mind the dated graphics.

Worth checking out its sequel currently in development, Overgrowth.
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3.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. September 2012
So I downloaded this in a fit of boredom the other night, having acquired this game in the first Humble Indie Bundle. I'd heard a bunch of negative responses to the game, with implications that it's some kind of "furry" sim. That's not the vibe I'm getting at all. Story-wise this game is a pure revenge tale that grows into story about betrayal and conspiracy. But forget about all the fluff for a moment and let's take a look at the meat of the game; The combat system. This is Batman Arkham Asylum with the difficulty cranked up to 11. And that's on Lugaru's Easy mode. The reversals and context sensitve hand -to-hand and melee combat feel very much like a prototype for Rocksteady's Batman games. But you won't find enemies timing their attacks for you here. They will gleefully all attack at once, pounding your rabbit head into a sticky paste. Timing, stealth and smart response are absolutely necessary for success. If you want a great 3D brawler then this may be your game.
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1.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Oktober 2015
I had great times with this game.Its my childhood game and it changed my perspective about rabbits :D
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6.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. November 2015
Holy **** it is so good!!!
People are saying it is outdated - it was made in 2005/2006
They say the combat is unrealistic - that makes it more fun...
There is a level editor - but it's kind of hard to find
You can install mods

Don't play this for the story - play it for the ~12 different challenges on insane difficulty >:)
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1.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. September 2014
KungFu rabbit from times when pixels were large and distributives - small.
It is a little game, and it looks even older than it is... But it doesn't matter at all. The game offers experience comparable to nothing else. It is a hardcore test of your will and skill.
You play as a fighter rabbit who is securing his island from anything dangerous, bare-handedly. In basic terms, it's a 3D beat'em up. Fighting system is simple, but very addictive. Because of this - I highly recommend "Lugaru" to all who have a taste for old games and especially in fightings and beat'em ups...
8/10 dead rabbits

update: It has a little disadvantage: every time I play the game my internet connection is cutting off itself. Probably for the reason that I shouldn't be distracted when fighting to death.
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0.4 Std. insgesamt
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Verfasst: 25. November 2013
Sneaking up and sliting a wolfs throat sounsd easy. That is until you play Lugaru and the wolf snatch knifes out of the air and then skin you with them. This game is a great hand to hand combat game with advanced chained moves. But it is also simple enough to master with button mashing.
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4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. November 2014
Fun little game, good time killer and perfect if your too cheap to buy overgrowth. Can be a little bit of a learning curve at first but towards the final missions you will be stringing epic combos togther and slaughtering wolfs. if you are able to deal with the extrememly dated graphics you will love this game. only thing is that its very short
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2.7 Std. insgesamt
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Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2010
''Bunny vs Bunny combat? What am I? a furry? Well I guess it's worth a try..''
-10 minutes in-
''OH MY GOD WHAT IS THIS I'M LIKE JET BRUCE CHAN OR SOMETHING YES!''
-20 minutes later, meet a wolf-
*insert 20 wolf beatings here*

Be prepared for maximum, legendary frustration..Or atleast, it frustrated me..It all starts out pretty easy, especialy when you find the staff weapon (bunny smacking!), but good god the wolves. Try to image my face when I met 3 of these §$@&!s after spending a good 15 minutes on beating one.. I have yet to complete this game, but I can already tell you it's hard..really hard.. Maybe that's just my fighting game handicap that likes to show up when there are more then 2 dimensions but still..

It lures you with the whole ''oh, bunnies!And they fight!Haha!'' thing and proceeds to throw a bucket of unvoluntairy-sexual-intercourse straight in your excrement-depository-hole.
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4.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. April 2015
Okay, imagine bunnies. Now imagine human bunnies. I know it's weird, just try. Now imagine human bunnies with weapons. Now imagine human bunnies with weapons that know martial arts, fighting each other and wolves and doing stealth takedowns...

Yes, this is Lugaru HD. It is sadly very short, but one of the most memorable games I have played. The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long, and Lugaru lights it up with stylistic bunny combat (maybe rabbit, I don't know the difference). There are many bugs, and the wolves make for a cliff face of a difficulty curve. But every minute was a blast. It is equally fun to play, watch, and tell embellished stories about.

Invest a couple of hours in it. You will be highly amused, I promise.
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4.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Januar 2014
I loved this game. I bought it on sale for 2.50. It was worth it by all means. It is challenging and storyline is great.
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