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Even with no arms and no legs, Rayman® is one of the most recognizable videogame characters around the world. The fearless and friendly Rayman heroically arrives on the Nintendo DS to defeat the pirate terror that has enslaved his world.

Players will assume the role of Rayman and travel through magical worlds with surreal landscapes and gorgeous eye-popping 3D graphics.

Key Features

Lush Environments

•  Race and battle through 45 intricately designed areas.

•  Explore waterfalls, deep sea caves, and pirate hideouts rendered in rich 3D.

The DS Advantage

•  Monitor your progress, track your lums, and keep an eye on Rayman's health on the interactive bottom screen of your DS.

Diverse Fast Paced Gameplay

•  Run, jump, ski, swim, and fly with your helicopter hair.

•  Fly rockets, ride whirlwinds, and surf lava flows on the road to victory.

Top Selling Nintendo Handheld Franchise

•  Rayman® Advance, for the Game Boy Advance, was among the top-ten selling launch titles in 2001.

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