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Rayman Fiesta Run Hits Google Play, the World’s Greatest Free Runner is Back

Rayman Fiesta Run

Ubisoft launched Rayman Fiesta Run to Google Play this morning, the next installment of the Rayman on Android lineup. The game is pretty much exactly like the first Rayman Jungle Run, except there are 75 new levels to free run through, and it appears the motion graphics were also upped a bit for this release. 

In addition to the new levels, there are three bosses that are looking to stop Rayman in his tracks, so be on the lookout for them. They aren’t nice, by any means.

The game costs $3, but with that, you can expect to see no ads and we are pretty sure there are no IAPs. That’s a big plus for games these days. We were big fans of the first Rayman, so let us know what you think of Fiesta Run.

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  • HarvesterX

    Off topic but there’s a hidden gem of a Diablo one developed by a very dedicated guy (or team). There is a free version but you’re limited to one class (each class can learn skills from other classes so.. It’s not like you miss a lot.. But there is an ad at the top… Mostly unobtrusive. For like $2.99 you can buy the full version in game with all classes unlocked and some more. There is one black-market trader and everything he has is not needed at all to buy. Gender changes, or just gold the you can just get in game.. Or epic gear of your current class (which you can get easy enough just by playing). At least one of the purchases goes to a charity..

    The game is DeProFundis:Requiem. The gameplay is Diablo to the core. Skill trees aren’t as expansive but it’s awesome that you can make a barbarian and train him in melee skills and then add and mix from 3 magic schools (void mage, ah forgot other names). This one man effort (or small team) is far superior to the best of any Dungeon Hunter series that’s been out. Graphics aren’t as in your face as dungeon hunter but they are just as nice as Diablo II graphics. I stumbled upon it and tried the free version and almost immediately bought the full version. THESE types of games should make headlines. Rayman among them. I’m picking this up ASAP.

  • Da Billis

    Not compatible with the Verizon HTC One but OK for my old Droid Bionic. Confusing.

  • Marcelo
  • Ben Brown

    Not compatible with the droid maxx. What the hell is it compatible with?

    • Vikinglifeguard

      At least the GNexus.

      • Ben Brown

        Oh maybe it’s compatible with my old RAZR. That would probably handle it so much better than my droid MAXX

  • EvanTheGamer

    NOT compatible with my Galaxy Note 3? WTF?!

    • Kristine

      Not many GOOD games aren’t yet… Yet? Maybe they will update them soon? Lol.

  • EdLessard

    Not compatible with the VZ Moto X?!?!?!?! WAT?

    • BigStick7

      Not the LG G2 either, it’s nuts. Sees like it’s not compatible with a lot of the currently flagship phones.

  • carluverdrm2004

    A new game? They couldn’t just update Jungle Run? 😉

    • Gabriel Diéguez

      They updated it twice with new levels 😉

      • carluverdrm2004

        Oh, I know. 😀 But, being the cheap Android user I am, I don’t want to buy another game for more levels. 😉 But I probably will, if it goes on sale. Sooner, maybe.

    • Vikinglifeguard

      I played at least the first level so far and it is pretty revamped. Better. So I can see why they went with a second one.

      Though there are IAP like PvZ2 has (ie $0.99 get so you so many suns type crap).

      • carluverdrm2004

        I do love Plants Vs. Zombies 2. Not affected by the in-app purchases whatsoever.

  • Hey android fans that read our blog. There is this cool app you should check out. We haven’t downloaded or played it. We ‘think’ it doesn’t have in app purchases, but you should definetely buy it!

    • EvanTheGamer


    • jdhas

      Your critical reading skills are terrible.

    • Sirx

      But they have extensive experience with the first one, as do most of us. And they loved it, as do most of us. And it didn’t have IAP. So it stands to reason that its direct sequel, with more or less the same gameplay, can be recommended based on the enjoyment of its predecessor. Your argument is invalid.