Ubisoft brings Rayman Classic to Android

by: Jimmy WestenbergMarch 17, 2016

The original Rayman that launched back in 1995 for the PlayStation is still one of my favorite side-scrolling platformers of all time. Last month, Ubisoft announced that it was bringing the popular title to iOS, and thankfully the game has now made its way to Android. It’s available now in the Google Play Store for $4.99.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Rayman Classic follows the story of Rayman, the weird little cartoon character with no arms or legs. It’s your job to defeat Mr. Dark, the evil sorcerer who stole the Great Protoon, which is an energy orb that keeps Rayman’s world from crumbling. The game featured great 2D graphics for its time, and luckily it looks like the game’s aesthetics have gone mostly unchanged.

Rayman Classic has decent touch screen controls, but if you’d rather play with a physical controller, you can do that too. It comes with support for a number of different languages including English, French, Italian, German and more. You can download it now for just $4.99 from the Google Play Store, which is an absolute steal if you’ve been waiting as long as I have to play it on mobile. If you’re interested, follow the link below for the download.

Get it from Google Play
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  • BennyBrick5

    One of my absolute all time favourite games. Bongo Hills and Band Land still haunt me to this day! Definitely worth the money they’re asking, in my opinion.

    • pseudo

      I only ever got as far as mid way through big momma’s space ship or whatever it was. The blue mountains were killer too.