Ubisoft has graced Android and iOS devices with the new mobile game "Rayman Adventures."
According to Social Times, the developers announced the release of the game on both the iOS and Android devices. The level-based side-scrolling platformer witness players help Rayman and Barbara, his Viking companion, on an epic adventure to rescue creatures called the Incrediballs and regrow the Sacred Tree.
As noted, players of the game can either choose Rayman or Barbara as their character of choice. This ability to play other than Rayman helps the game become less monotonous.
And in each stage, the character runs left or right automatically and players can swipe to change their direction. Also, gamers can tap on the screen to jump and swipe to attack and can find hidden items in some environments, which can add to their final score.
At the end of each level, players of "Rayman Adventures" can earn up to three prizes, depending on their score.
In a similar report by Android Authority, the game is a bit late than its original plan of release, but it's now available as a downloadable app.
According to the report, the game is available for free, but offer tons of in-app purchases. It should be noted that you may need to spend some cash to take care of your Incrediballs because they actually need to be fed.
Despite being just a mobile game, "Rayman Adventures'" graphics are praised because of its sheer beauty. Even after playing it for only a few minutes, game critics are still wondering how a mobile game can be so good-looking.
But apart from improved graphics, the game still remains the same as other "Rayman" titles. Overall, Ubisoft's latest mobile game is a fun and addicting game.
However, Design & Trend reported that "Rayman Adventures" is not the only game keeping Ubisoft busy. It was reported that the developers of "Assassins' Creed Syndicate" are rumored to be working on a modern day Western-themed game for the current generation of consoles.
As noted, the developers of the game had spent a significant amount of weeks in the beautiful state of Montana, to gather data on historic locations like Glacier Park, Jordan and the Bitteroot Valley.
The goal of the tour was to get enough details to accurately portray the setting in the upcoming Ubisoft Western game, which was described as a "modern day Spaghetti Western."
But for now, enjoy its latest mobile game that is available to download on both the Apple App Store and Google Play.