Rayman Raving Rabbids (handheld game)
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|Rayman Raving Rabbids|
|Developer(s)||Ubisoft Montpellier (GBA)
|Series||Rayman series, Rabbids series|
|Release||Game Boy Advance Nintendo DS|
Rayman Raving Rabbids is a platform video game published and developed by Ubisoft for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS handheld video game consoles. It was also released on the Wii, PlayStation 2, and Xbox 360 video game consoles, as well as the PC. Unlike these versions which focus on mini-games, the handheld versions are more similar to traditional Rayman platformers.
Rayman: Rayman is the main character in this game and Ubisoft's mascot. He has been captured by the insane bunnies and must take part in all the Rabbids' challenges so they are entertained. Eventually he collects 100 trophies and gets to fight the Rabbids' ultimate commander: the Rabble Droid! Note that in this game, his in-game model is the same one that was used in Rayman 2: The Great Escape/Rayman DS.
Rabbids: The Rabbids are the antagonists of the game and have captured Rayman. They have put him in a gladiator-styled arena where he must take part in all their challenges in order to face up to the Rabble Droid. They are completely insane and would do literally anything to stop Rayman.
Game Boy Advance
Rayman Raving Rabbids for the Game Boy Advance is a platforming video game, unlike the console versions which are trial-based. It features characters and elements from previous Rayman games which are not present in the console versions of Raving Rabbids.
The game begins with Rayman taking a nap, only to be captured by insane bunnies who lock him up in a cell. When Rayman comes to his senses, he notices his hands are missing. With Murfy's help, he retrieves his hands and escapes the prison.
Soon, Rayman's fairy friend Ly appears and tells him about the bunnies. According to her, they used to live happily and acted innocently. Their kind nature led other creatures to make fun of them and always give them a hard time. The bunnies then fled underground, and have only now resurfaced to have their revenge against everyone. Rayman is the world's only hope to stop them.
The gameplay is similar to the original Rayman side-scrolling game, however Rayman loses his 'adventurous' music.
Rayman Raving Rabbids is a platform and party video game for the Nintendo DS. It was released on March 6, 2007. The game is not only a platform like the Game Boy Advance version but also a party game like the console versions.
While taking a quiet walk in the forest one day, Rayman is captured by The Rabbids. They have decided to invade our world, and now Rayman is their toy, a prisoner gladiator to entertain them.
Rayman's only chance at freedom is to face the Rabbid Droid, but to do that, he must win enough trophies and fight other champions. The version's plot is based on the console versions.
This game has five worlds: Beach, Forest, Jungle, Factory and Ice. The Beach world is more of a tutorial, and the Ice world only has two levels, each one a boss level. Nearly all the levels are set out like this: Get through the platforming part, beat the minigame and finally the ultimate challenge test. The platforming parts are like most other Rayman games, where you have to follow the path, beating enemies and collecting items.
The final challenge of each level is usually a game where Rayman is running forward of his own accord. Using your costumes of Earth, Fire, Ice and Wind, you must interact with obstacles to help Rayman get through alive and escape from the bunnies spaceship that is chasing him. On your way, you must collect all the trophies of that level in one go. There are 100 trophies in the entire game.
Also, there are three Ray Gear challenges in which you must avoid enemies fire and destroy the giant. Fish Creature. These are timed, as if you are on the challenge for too long, a counter will start counting down to how long you have left.