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Fanmade Rayman Redemption Coming June 19


A reimagination of 1995’s classic platformer Rayman, Ryemanni’s Rayman Redemption will launch on June 19, 2020.

Originally created by Ubisoft and Michel Ancel, Rayman is a side-scrolling platformer that has the titular Rayman setting out to his colorful world from the nefarious Mr. Dark. The Electoons have been caged, but Betilla the Fairy can help Rayman along the way to give him additional magical powers along his journey. It was released for the Atari Jaguar, SEGA Saturn, PlayStation 1, MS-DOS systems, and later to the Game Boy Advance, mobile devices, and a number of other platforms.

Rayman Redemption brings with it a wealth of new content. This includes new levels (and worlds), the inclusion of minigames, and a number of stuff to collect and complete. The title will also support PlayStation DualShock controllers, and button icons will change based on what type of controller you are currently using. Finally, the title will use a 16:9 widescreen ratio, compared to the original’s 4:3 ratio.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Rayman Redemption Release Trailer

You can download a demo of the game here.

Note that this title was built and tested on Windows 10; compatibility for other operating systems is not currently guaranteed.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: GameJolt, YouTube[/infobox]

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