RAYMAN MINI Season 2 Expansion Introduces All-New Weekly Challenges and Special Features


Category: 2D Platformer Games

RAYMAN MINI Season 2 Expansion Introduces All-New Weekly Challenges and Special Features

Although a brand-new Rayman game is probably not happening anytime soon, the development team at Ubisoft Montpellier is still supporting the popular mobile version of the beloved platformer series, last year's Rayman Mini. The critically acclaimed title is available only on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.

The Rayman Mini Season 2 DLC is available to download now, for free. Most importantly, the long-awaited expansion introduces a never-before-seen game mode with its own, unique gameplay style. Said mode's rules are relatively simple — "run the longest distance possible and collect as many Lums as you can."

That's not all, as the latest content drop also features all-new weekly challenges and a special set of goals.

Rayman Mini is not the only Ubisoft-published mobile game that's worth checking out, as Might & Magic: Chess Royale was released just two months ago, taking the classic series in a challenging new direction.

Without further ado, be sure to take a closer look at the Rayman Mini Season 2 expansion down below:

Rayman has been shrunk to the size of an ant! To undo this spell, insects, mushrooms, leaves, and other plants will be your allies as you find your way through a wonderful, macro-photographic world. From a gorgeous river to a spider nest or the deep recesses of a tree, Rayman Mini thrusts players into a rich, natural environment through exciting 48 levels.

Rayman Mini is out now on iOS platforms.

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