Bunnies Don't Like Being Disturbed At Night

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Bunnies Don't Like Being Disturbed At Night is a minigame in the console version of Rayman Raving Rabbids. It is first played as a boss trial on Day 10 in Story mode. Typical of the boss trials, it cannot be accessed from the toilet once Rayman goes through the day, but can instead be accessed in Score mode through the Bunny Hunts section.


This Bunny Hunt is one of two that is set on a beach (the other one being its counterpart, Bunnies Don't Like Being Disturbed On Holiday), where Rayman must shoot as many Rabbids as possible with plungers, while they run around carrying the same weapon. As Rayman passes through the beach, burrowing Rabbids, Rabbids in pirate costumes and ninja Rabbids on pogo sticks will mercilessly attack him as he investigates a powered-down bipedal robot the Rabbids have created. However, it is not powered down for long, as a large saucer will swoop down and fully charge it, prompting Rayman to attack it. After he has deflected three of its missiles it will explode in a heap, but yield no Baby Globox.

After an encounter with two quadrupedal robots, Rayman finds a small fishing village teeming with Rabbids and a large UFO carrying an imprisoned Baby Globox. A large group of Rabbids appears (but can be stopped by making them dance), defending a docked pirate galleon that shoots heat-seeking missiles at Rayman. Once Rayman deflects them back to hit the UFO, the Baby Globox is freed.


After the flying saucer appears, a green power-up crate (this temporarily increases the number of plungers Rayman can shoot at a time to three) can be found next to a rock. A health crate can be found next to a building during the fight with the robot, and another one can be found after defeating the first two Gladiator Rabbids.

Score mode

In Score mode, the player has to score 36,000 points in order to achieve a perfect (1,000) score.

Time mode

In Time mode the player has to beat the level in 6 minutes and 35 seconds or less in order to achieve a perfect (1,000) score.

Survival mode

In Survival mode the player hast to score 30,000 points in order to achieve a perfect (1,000) score.


  • Despite being set at night time, there is only one moon in the sky.