Hare Raising Havoc
Hare raising havoc is a single-player video game which was made by BlueSky in the year 1991. The game was released for DOS platforms and is a side-scrolling video game. The game takes the player on a ride of adventures in which he needs to solve various exciting puzzles.
In the game, Hare raising havoc, the player plays the role of Roger, the rabbit, who has to babysit Herman, the baby.
“Take care of Baby Herman, or go back to the science laboratory”, says mommy!
Babysitting the Baby
At the starting, the game provides a small intro of the characters of the game to the player. Followed by the introduction part, Mommy informs Roger that she is going out of the house for some time and therefore Roger needs to take care of baby Herman in her absence. If Roger fails to babysit the baby, he will be asked to return to the science laboratory, she adds.
Roger was dedicated to the task given to him. As soon as Mommy leaves the house, the baby sees a large milk bottle and flees out of the house while following the bottle.
The player needs to help Roger to find the baby before Mommy returns home or else, he has to face the consequences.
Let's find the baby
In the game, the player moves the character in all the rooms of his house and makes him interact with the objects. The right items in their appropriate state form a pattern which helps the player to exit the room.
The player needs to exit the house and find the baby in the limited time he has(1 hour) before his Mommy returns. However, there are certain power-ups hidden in the game which provides some additional time to the player to complete his mission.
Solve all the puzzles of the game and find the baby!
BlueSky Software, Inc.
BlueSky Software or BlueSky Software Corporation was an American software company situated in California formed in 1988 and had a successful run for 12 years before closing down in March of 2001, when parent company Interplay was in financial trouble. The BlueSky trademark was still owned by Titus Interactive until bankruptcy closed their doors in 2004.