RayWiki is the largest source of Rayman knowledge and a community encyclopedia. Whether you're looking for information or simply feel like contributing to this great project, do not hesitate to visit our wiki.
RayTunes is the one and only reference for Rayman music on the internet, with more than 4 GB of songs from the original game to Rayman Legends, including the Rabbids series.
RaySaves is the savegame archive for Rayman games, where you can download saves for every level in the original game, Rayman 3, and more games soon.
Welcome to Pirate-Community, the largest Rayman community!
Rayman Pirate-Community wishes all a Happy New Year! We hope the fireworks were spectacular, and not too noisy for those wanting to sleep.
The 2018 Edition of the Favourite Rayman Game Survey is now up! Whether you filled the previous edition or if you're new, we hope you'll share your thoughts on our beloved series.
The 2017 Results can be found here.
Pirate-Community wishes all a Merry Christmas! We hope members remember to not go ham on the turkey!by Master
I'm pleased to announce a new Rayman contest named "Riddles of the Glade"! In this contest, competitors try to solve clues that reference to a character/object/place from the Rayman series to win prizes.
Head on over to the thread to learn more and compete.
Fourteenth years ago, Pirate-Community was created with the goal of bettering and consolidating a Rayman community in very bad shape. It goes without saying that no one expected such a success, let alone the community to still be around after all this time.
Rayman news are scarce these days, and with the only events last year being the announcement of yet another port (Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition) and that of a new title in a now separate series (Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle), it is safe to say that nothing happened in Rayman's world.
The forum is the first to suffer from such a dearth of news, and the 58,704 messages posted last year, for a total of 1,213,836, are the lowest figure since 2005/2006, setting us back to activity levels from over a decade ago. Thankfully, there's a lot more to it, and last year the forum saw a major update with everything being rewritten from scratch and dozens of new features and various improvements being added. A new staff was also elected, the modding and utilities subforum was created, and lots of new contests and various activities were launched.
Last year also saw RayTunes's biggest update since its creation, with a brand new website, an integrated player, the possibility to embed songs on the forum, and plenty of new tracks, among other things. It was a good year for RayWiki too, which now contains 4,784 articles in seven languages, an improvement of 305 over last year.
So, as you've figured out already, there's still a lot going on around here, and this is isn't going to change anytime soon.
Long live Rayman, long live Pirate-Community!
As some members may be aware, Photobucket no longer allows for free hosting of images on third party sites. As such, any signatures or other embedded images that were uploaded to Photobucket will not display on the forums, instead a watermark will take their place.
Members are recommended to migrate to another image host, or use RPC's attachment upload where possible.
RayTunes, our Rayman music archive, has just received its biggest upgrade ever! Apart from its new modern design, RayTunes 5.0 allows you to play every song in the collection on the website itself.
However, the content update is even bigger. Three completely new soundtracks (including the educative games) have been added and many soundtracks have received extra tracks. On top of that, every single soundtrack now has new or improved album art, better track names and tags. An MP3 archive is finally available for each one, as well as a FLAC archive for most.
More detailed info about the update can be found here. Enjoy!
I am happy to announce the return of our Rayman-themed contest, Manipulate the Image!
The goal is simple: take the Rayman-related graphic chosen by the contest's previous winner and modify it to make something amusing. You can essentially modify it any way you want, so don't be shy!
The current season is number 61, and the image to manipulate is Helico Ray. Entries can be submitted up to 9 June. The winner will receive Tings and the right to choose the image to be manipulated in Season 62!
Good luck to all!
I'm pleased to announce a brand new Rayman contest named: "Challenge of the Month". This contest is one where you can earn prizes for being the best in a specific challenge from the main series games. All you have to do is follow what the challenge says, and submit your score through a video.
The first challenge is to complete the Swamps of Forgetfulness bonus level as fast as possible. Remember to head on over to the thread once you're ready to submit your score.
Good luck and may the best competitor win!
Due to the heightened interest in modding and reverse-engineering the Rayman games over the last little while and the array of tools now available to the public enabling them to do so with ease, a new Modding & utilities subforum has been opened up! With relevant information, tools and resources organised and given more visibility than ever before, through the power of modding, we look forward to seeing the community bring us new ways of enjoying our favourite titles in the series!by Adsolution
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- Re: The You Game!
< asks what you're mining it with.Harpic fraîcheur wrote:< is mining moneros.
< wonders what currency and how.Adsolution wrote:< once made $500 in a day last month mining. < kind of dropped off with it though, and ^ actually reminded me of it.
- Re: Doctor Who
In fairness, not all episodes are part of a greater canon, there's those episodes which are purely just general adventuring. Though canon is a bit of a fickle thing when it comes to Doctor Who.
- Re: The You Game!
< advises ^^ to check the back of the cab's debit machine when ^^ is at that point, as they sometimes put patches there that can turn you Indian on contact. < wouldn't want ^^'s day to get any worse.
- Re: The You Game!
Crikey, <'d have thought that getting a charger would've been more easier these days, what with the widespread use of smartphones. Especially near a uni.
< sees <'s channel has been unpartnered. < thought we had something special, YouTube /s
- Re: The You Game!
<'s phone ran out of charge while < was making <'s way to the station, < had to ask about 10 people for directions and buy a faulty phone charger for £20
At least <'s finally made it to the station
- Re: Doctor Who
Ah, cool. I want to get into the series (I feel that it has a fanbase with a lot to talk about), so I'll give it a shot, but no guarantees (though I will try...!). The thing that probably turned me off the most before was our grade 11 math teacher who always played random episodes in class, I guess not really taking into account the fact that it doesn't appear to work like that at all.
Wow, I was just on Wikipedia, and this has to be the longest article on a fictional character I've ever seen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Doctor_(Doctor_Who)
- Re: Rayman 2
They're the same ship. Why did you think they were different?WizardMinecraft wrote:on a side note, has anyone noticed how rayman starts out at one area of razorbeard's ships being the prisonbut when rayman fights razorbeard it's on top of another ship in a different area of razorbeard's ships.
- Re: Le Grand Quizz des Ptizêtres!
Tu n'as rien vu.
- Re: Rayman 2
That's pretty handy! I remember using similar software back in the days because the original Xbox controllers were just way too bulky. Such great memories playing all those games when I couldn't even afford the console! 'Twas a tad slow, but who cared back then?MagicalPlatypus7 wrote:It should work but in case it doesn't there's software that make your pc think your ps4 controller is an xbox one controller
The only problem was key mapping. For some reason, I had to use another key mapping software on top, which I had to switch off when I was done playing or else it would mess up my typing. Unfortunately, I once forgot to disable it after playing for a few hours on my dad's computer (I wasn't allowed to use that one), and when he got back he found that all the keys were mixed up and he ordered a new keyboard. That took a while. Of course, the problem persisted, and he called a friend for help. When his friend found about the key mapping software, my dad stayed put, waited for his friend to leave, and then he took me to the garage and beat the living shit out of me with a set of jumper cables.
- Re: Rayman Origins
And a SNES port!Haruko wrote:A Dreamcast (full) port would be the thing.
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