Rayman Origins (Windows)
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Are you a bad enough dude to
Apparently, there's unused dialogue. The dialogue gave the game more of a plot, but the developers cut it for unknown reasons. There is also a really epic rock tune floating somewhere on the disc that was meant to play in a scrapped boss battle where the Magician revealed himself to be Mr. Dark's apprentice/biggest fan. The real encounter with the Magician in the final has the player merely chase him down.
In Rayman Origins, the titular hero is tasked with saving the Glade of Dreams from the evil Darktoons. Delightful 2D platforming goodness ensues.
There most likely are more.
A little Rayman that was supposed to be a trophy when game was life-wise.
The Wii Remote, Nunchuck, and Classic Controller are probably leftovers from the Wii port.
Uh, this dummy image?
The King Lum is always sleeping, so this texture is unused.
Unused sign that looks like the Rayman 1 one when the game was supposed to be close to Rayman 1.
The sketch of the Globox_i2 spritesheet.
An image of the Bink logo.
A 30 cm ruler.
Creating a file named cmdline.txt allows you to execute some debug arguments such as being invincible or loading a map you selected.
Figure out the full list of arguments.
There's a ton.
A setting called enableCheatMode is present, it is unknown what it does as no one enabled it as of now.
Shooter Level Config
A setting going by DBG_CanVaccumIfFull is present, given by the name (with a few typos), the vacuum ability can still be used even when mouth is already full. DBG_VaccumAllowPressStop is also present but it is unknown what it does.
A setting called DBG_DrawCountdown is present, given by the name, the 3-2-1 countdown will be drawed.
A setting called dbgDrawExplodeRadius is present, given by the name, the enemy pop animation's radius will be drawn.
There DEFINITELY are more!
There's a few animations left on the disc. A part of them is about the main characters. In the video, we can see Rayman with a scared face (from Rayman 1?), being caught by something, with an item, etc.
This level is titled "flowerflat" in the game's files.
This level is titled "livingflat" in the game's files.
|The Rayman series|
|PlayStation||Rayman (Prototypes) • Rayman Rush|
|Windows||Rayman 2 (Prototype) • Rayman Origins • Rayman Legends|
|PlayStation 2||Rayman Revolution • Rayman M|
|Game Boy Color||Rayman|
|Game Boy Advance||Rayman: Hoodlum's Revenge|
|Nintendo DS||Rayman DS|
|Nintendo 3DS||Rayman Origins|
|iOS||Rayman Jungle Run • Rayman Fiesta Run • Rayman Adventures|
|PlayStation 3||Rayman 3 HD|
|Xbox 360||Rayman 3 HD|
|Windows||Rayman Raving Rabbids|
|Wii U||Rabbids Land|
|Nintendo Switch||Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle|