Rabbit Wants Cake seems like a pretty simple game at first glance. There's a rabbit, there's a cake, and there's a pretty basic platform-style level set up between them. If your rabbit were Mario, he'd have that cake in a jiffy. Unfortunately, your rabbit is remote-controlled. You can't just run and jump him over to the cake in real time, you have to record a program for him and watch him play it back.
If you were ever so good at video games that you could do the moves in your head without even looking at the screen, you're ideally suited to get this Rabbit a cakey reward. For the rest of us, though, it's kind of tricky to imagine how your pattern of lefts, rights and jumps will look when the little rabbit actually tries to pull them off. The saving grace is that your arrow-key moves can be adjusted with the mouse if they don't work out the first time. You can change the distance and timing of your moves by dragging them around and adjusting their duration, unless you're playing in expert mode. In that case, good luck, because 25 levels is a whole lot of cake for one little rabbit.