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Rayman (Game Boy Color)

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Title Screen


Also known as: Rayman: Mister Dark no Wana (JP)
Developer: Ubi Soft Milan
Publisher: Ubi Soft
Platform: Game Boy Color
Released in JP: March 24, 2000
Released in US: March 29, 2000
Released in EU: July 24, 2000
Released in AU: May 31, 2012 (Virtual Console)

LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Rayman on the Game Boy Color is a port of the first game featuring music from the second game.

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Level Select

During gameplay, pause the game and press A, Left, A, Left, A, B, Right, B, Up, B, A, Left, A, Down, A. You will be sent to the World map and you can play any level.

(Source: GameFAQs)

Regional Differences

Title and Menu

The position of the stars around the logo was changed. Rayman also has five fingers instead of four, explained in more detail below.

US/Europe Japan
RaymanGBCMenuUSA.png RaymanGBCMenuJPN.png

Language Select


This screen is not in the Japanese version.

Rayman's Hands

In the Japanese version, Rayman and Mister Dark's hands were redrawn to have five fingers instead of just four. This was changed presumably by the same reason from the Japanese version of Abe's Oddysee, since the original design of Rayman being offensive to Burakumin, a low-class Japanese working group known for common work-related incidents at the time which resulted in workers' fingers being chopped off.

US/Europe Japan
RaymanGBCCutscene1USA.png RaymanGBCCutscene1JPN.png
RaymanGBCCutscene2USA.png RaymanGBCCutscene2JPN.png
RaymanGBCCutscene3USA.png RaymanGBCCutscene3JPN.png
RaymanGBCCutscene4USA.png RaymanGBCCutscene4JPN.png
RaymanGBCTimeOverUSA.png RaymanGBCTimeOverJPN.png

World Map

In the Japanese version, the names of the worlds are instead represented by symbols.

US/Europe Japan
RaymanGBCWorldMap1USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap1JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap2USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap2JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap3USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap3JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap4USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap4JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap5USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap5JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap6USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap6JPN.png
RaymanGBCWorldMap7USA.png RaymanGBCWorldMap7JPN.png