Rayman Dictées

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Rayman Dictées
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Published by Ubi Soft
Developed by Ubi Soft

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Release date 1998
Genre Educational
Gameplay mode Single player
Platforms Windows 95/98/ME/2000
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Rayman relaxing on a sofa.

Rayman Dictées (also known as Les Dictées de Rayman) is one of the educative games from the Rayman Learning Game Series. This game for the PC is only sold on France and Canada and is available in the French language only, no other language versions were made. Rayman Dictées, as the name suggests, it focuses on dictation exercises to test the player's knowledge and to improve his/hers spelling and grammar capacities. It also features exclusive human characters such as Clara the Witch, Patrick, Gaaf, Tim, Junior, Landra and Sam.

Plot

One day, Rayman is resting on his room and Clara the Witch appears by magic with a machine called Télévox. Clara explains to Rayman that the Télévox was broken on a middle of a argument between Rayman's friends from the Amnesia Island, and she cast a curse, called "The Curse of the Express Refrigerator" by freezing Rayman's human friends' from the feet until the torso. She also explains that she can only free them if the Télévox is fixed. Rayman accepts to help, and he magicaly jumps to the Télévox.

System requirements

  • Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/2000.
  • CPU: Intel Pentium MMX at 120 MHz.
  • RAM: 16 MB.
  • CD-ROM 4x.

Trivia

  • The Spyglass Pirate makes a cameo appearance on the room where Rayman rests. It isn't known if it is a doll or the real body.
  • According to the game, the room where Rayman is resting on the Intro cinematic (and the main menu place) is his own room.
  • A sound effect that is present in the game is also present in Rayman 3.
  • A music fragment from Rayman appears in one kind of grammar exercise, which corresponds to the Eat at Joe's level.
  • The music that can be heard at the beginning of the game's introduction is a variation of the cut-scene music in English with Rayman.

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