Castle Rock

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Castle Rock
Castle Rock
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World Teensies In Trouble

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Castle Rock is the tenth level of Teensies In Trouble, the first world in Rayman Legends. It is also the first music level in the game. The music in this level is a parody of the original song "Black Betty" by Ram Jam. Completing the level unlocks the Rock this castle! trophy.

Description

The team starts out on a quiet part of a castle outside. Shortly, the parody of the original song "Black Betty" begins to play. As the players are now running and staying away from the large flame from behind, they encounter Lividstones and Franckys either jamming or singing along to the tune. Most of them are not harmful and cannot be defeated, except for a few Lividstones on the castle platform the team is running on. There are also cannons shooting helicopter bombs that will destroy many wooden platforms. There is an incoming Dragon later on, but it's very easy to avoid its flames. After sliding down some chains, the heroes jump on a champibumper to be sent into the background on top of a few defeated enemies where they pretend to play an instrument to end the level.

Castle Rock, 8-Bit Edition
Castle Rock, 8-Bit Edition
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75 Lums
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150 Lums
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225 Lums
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300 Lums

8-Bit Edition

Castle Rock, 8-Bit Edition is the second level of Living Dead Party, the sixth world in Rayman Legends. It is also the seventh music level in the game. It is a remake of Castle Rock, with the music being 8-Bit styled, along with the camera having a fish-eye lens with some noise onscreen and a sepia effect during certain parts, causing the level to be a little more difficult than the original.


Name in other languages

  • French : Baffes'n'rock
  • Spanish : Castillo roquero
  • German : Castle-Rock
  • Italian : Castello roccheggiante
  • Dutch : Kasteelrock
  • Japanese : W1-7 「キャッスルロック 」

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