Lugaru (pronounced Loo-GAH-roo) is a third-person action title available for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. The main character, Turner, is an anthropomorphic rebel bunny rabbit with impressive combat skills. In his quest to find those responsible for slaughtering his village, he uncovers a far-reaching conspiracy involving the corrupt leaders of the rabbit republic and the starving wolves from a nearby den. Turner takes it upon himself to fight against their plot and save his fellow rabbits from slavery.

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I had great fun with Lugaru. It has something I call 'piece of epicness' - kung fu rabbits slaying themselves with swords? Sure, fancy!

I found this game was amazing. I mean martial arts and skeletal structures rule.

Great Game Love the physic's and martial arts! ghrapics could be better but I know they will be in Overgrowth!


Love the combat system. It can be challenging but very rewarding. You’re about as powerful as the basic enemies in the game. There are difficulty settings though. The anamorphic rabbits add a level of ridiculousness to the game which I enjoyed quite a bit. Graphics aren't top notch and evironments can look a little bland but the gameplay was just so much fun. You will feel like an assassin or shaolin monk...who’s a rabbit.


fonzo says

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Accessible and enjoyable

This game was great fun to playthrough. considering that this game was created by david rosen when he was in highschool, i'm not surprised the graphics/art in the game is so terrible. I really like the fighting in this game and look forward to overgrowth finally being added for linux so that i can play it!

It's a great game! I strongly recommend playing this game at max, graphics and in-game effects are great and enjoyable. Playing at min, could be a bit boring


Techna says

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Loved it

Pretty nifty for an indy game ^_^ . Though too simplistic for my tastes, I definitely enjoyed messing around with this game for a while. I look forward to it's sequel and hope to see a lot more from Wolfire Studios.

One word: Awesome!

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Highest Rated (2 agree) 10/10

By far the greatest indie game ever made. I just wish i has discovered it earlier.

Jan 4 2011 by GravityCat