Live stream bunny rabbits 24/7 courtesy of Final Fantasy

Brodie Fogg 6 July 2017 NEWS


Moogle Watch gives you 24-hour surveillance of the little critters.

In a weird (but far from the weirdest) PR stunt today, Square Enix announced Moogle Watch, a 24-hour Twitch stream of three adorable bunnies from Vauxhall City Farm in London.

To celebrate the release of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for PlayStation 4 (which we're itching to play), Square Enix has set up the stream as a kind of two birds, one stone situation: one part marketing for its upcoming game, one part fundraiser for the Vauxhall City Farm.

The rabbits themselves (or Moogles) sometimes pop their tiny little heads through cardboard cutout (see above) but mostly they just lounge about doing normal, adorable rabbit stuff.

I've had that stream running in the background of my work laptop for the last two hours and my afternoon has improved immensely thanks purely to its presence.

You can also vote on the rabbit's names by tweeting the hashtags #mooglename and #mooglewatch with your voted name. The winning names will be bestowed upon the rabbits at the end of the week. That smells like a disaster to me but fingers-crossed all three aren't named "Bunny McBunnyface" or "Harambunny" by the end of the week.

You can also vote on what treats the rabbits get in the Twitch chat by typing !potion for Potion (carrot), !elixir for Elixir (Kale), !ether for Ether (Broccoli) !phoenixdown for Phoenix Down (Spinach), which is a little cute.

Vauxhall City Farm provides educational activities and animal therapy for Londoners, so spare a bit of change if you can.

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