Rayman Raving Rabbids (Windows)
|Rayman Raving Rabbids|
This game has unused animations.
Rayman Raving Rabbids is a "party" game from the Rayman series. In this game, Rayman's world is subject to a mass coup d'etat by a horde of bunnies who enslave every fauna imaginable, including jailing the limbless wonder himself. Completely powerless with only a couple of plungers and persistence, it's up to Rayman himself to escape this warped world and save his friends.
Sound promising? Well... strap yourself in, because you're in for one big ride. Completely different than the games that preceded it, Rayman Raving Rabbids is a game of minigames and how. Deep behind its party game facade however, was once an ambitious yet unfinished action-adventure game.
This game is the cobbled together remains of said game, and there are a TON of leftovers from its long, storied development. The game would jumpstart the Rabbids franchise, putting Rayman out of Ubisoft's focus for half a decade until Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends, later pushing full steam ahead on the Rabbids.
quite literally everything since the rayman 4 discoveries
| Leftovers from Rayman 4|
Oh, wow. You wouldn't believe just how much remains in this game.
Having more detail is always a good thing.
Specifically: What minigame is impossible? How can one cheat to gain this minigame?
The final challenge in the game requires having 1000 points on every minigame in the game (which is extremely difficult as some of them are randomized). However, there's one minigame (on Wii at least, unconfirmed on other platforms) which has too many requirements to get 1000 points, making it impossible to unlock the Final Challenge. It can only be accessed with cheating. It's named "World Eclecticism Championship".
This minigame is somewhat simple, it's either a quick duel minigame or a "shoot all the targets" minigame. This minigame might have inspired a similar minigame in its sequel, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2's O.K Corral minigame. What is also noteworthy is that the Raymans are holding Wii remotes in every version and the Wii remote model alone is unused.
The game has an unused Rayman skin named "Burnt Rayman". It was supposed to be one of the unlockable costumes, but was scrapped for unknown reasons. Its unlock text is still present in the game's files. There also is a debug skin without Rayman that was used to make the model creation process easier.
The Rayman series
|PlayStation||Rayman (Prototypes) • Rayman Rush|
|Windows||Rayman 2 (Prototype) • Rayman Origins • Rayman Legends|
|Mac OS X||Rayman Mini|
|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 • Rayman Mini|
|PlayStation 3, Xbox 360||Rayman 3 HD|
|Windows||Rayman Raving Rabbids • Rabbids Coding|
|Wii U||Rabbids Land|
|Nintendo Switch||Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle|
|Android, iOS||Rabbids Coding|