Michel Ancel, celebrated creator of Rayman®, Beyond Good &
Evil® and the Raving Rabbids® returns to his roots to bring us
Rayman® Origins: an all new 4-player co-op comic adventure set in a
lush, 2D world, teeming with unexpected secrets and outlandish
enemies. When the Glade of Dreams is overrun by "nefurrious"
Darktoons, the Fairy Council hastily invokes Rayman to save the day;
but the hero of light isn't quite all there...To help him, Rayman
teams up with his best friend, Globox, and two crafty wizards, the
Teensies. Together, the world's most hilarious team of heroes will
need to restore peace to the Glade or watch as their beloved home
vanishes like a bad dream...
A Massive Universe to Explore: Rayman Origins includes over
100 characters, 12 unique worlds and over 60 levels of 2D
platforming gameplay designed for all ages and playing styles.
Unlock abilities progressively and return to previous levels to
discover new paths and uncover secrets.
Crazy Moves & Gameplay: Rayman Origins is a platformer at
its core, but it has elements of many game genres. Rayman,
Globox and the Teensies gain unique abilities as they progress
through the adventure, including swimming, diving, slapping and
the sensational "HairlyCopter." The game also features many
elements of action, adventure, beat-'em-up gameplay and
Epic Boss Fights: A giant pink monster with hundreds of
eyes... A possessed, mountainous golem... An evil
daisy-cum-carnivorous plant... Rayman Origins will put players
to the test with these and many more challenging boss battles!
4-Player, Jump-In/Jump-Out, Co-op Gameplay: Play on the same
screen as Rayman in the solo campaign, or have up to three
friends jump in at any time to play as Globox or as one of the
two Teensies. Players can leave at any time without affecting
the others' progression.
Rebirth of a Platforming Legend: Its been 15 years since the
first launch of Rayman. Discover the roots of Rayman by
encountering classic characters & collecting and assembling
pieces of the Glade's history to reveal the truth behind