Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

Launched for devices iOS last week and for Android this past week, Rayman Jungle Run is the first game for smartphones and tablets of the hero without legs and arms of Ubisoft.

Created using the same graphics engine as Rayman Origins (PC, Xbox360 and PS3), the UbiArt (which allows artists to create environments, characters, effects and scenarios in two dimensions with unprecedented fluidity), the game proves to be a strong candidate to stay on top of sales App Store It’s from Google Play Store for a long time.

Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

Ubisoft did an incredible job porting the engine UbiArt. The interaction of the characters with the scenario remains impeccable as in “Origins”And the graphics are jaw-dropping – the game is practically an interactive cartoon. The fluidity that the game runs – without slowness or obstacles like that – deserves praise too.

Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

The gameplay is simple, but challenging: our protagonist moves on his own, and it’s up to you to collect all 100 Lums from each stage to get the “teeth of the living dead”, which serve to unlock the tenth stage in each world (and which offers a much bigger challenge than the others).

Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

The skills of Rayman are basic: running, jumping, walking through walls and punching enemies. In each of the four worlds you are introduced to one of them. The action buttons are located in the lower left corner of the screen, in a comfortable enough position to hold the smartphone in peace in landscape mode.

Game Review: Rayman Jungle Run

The soundtrack is basically some songs from the soundtrack Rayman Origins (a lot of fun by the way) and the sound effects are also identical. The audio quality is definitely incredible. Try playing with headphones. There is also the gallery, with unlockable images during the game and that can be used as wallpaper on your smartphone.

The game is located in Brazilian Portuguese with no apparent translation error (the Ubisoft Australia did a great job). Despite the small number of levels (40 in total), the game can yield hours and hours of entertainment for the most passionate players who wanted to unlock all the secrets. I imagine that updates are possible with new phases soon (this practice has become fashionable in games for smartphones).

For about R $ 6.25, Rayman Jungle Run is mandatory for all platform game fans, in addition to having everything to become a classic at the height of Angry Birds, Temple Run and Cut The Rope. Download it now from the Google Play Store or the App Store.