First Look: Rayman Fiesta Run

First Look: Rayman Fiesta Run

Ubisoft's iconic hero returns to mobile devices.

It look like Rayman is going to be making his rounds to every entertainment device available this year. Following on the heels of the console installment of Rayman Legends, Ubisoft revealed Rayman Fiesta Run, a new adventure created specifically for the mobile demographic captures the art deco style and atmosphere from its console counterpart. Fiesta Run is essentially the 2D platformer equivalent of Temple Run, as players are challenged to take on 75 levels (divided into 4 worlds) featuring an assorted cast of wacky characters  epic bosses presented in a fun, musical adventure. I've never played the original mobile edition (Rayman Jungle Run), which was released back in 2012 — so it I've got a bit of catching up to do.

The game will be released this fall for smartphone and tablet devices. We'll be sure to put aside some time to report with a full hands-on review. In the meantime, here's a few preliminary shots.

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