Rayman Forever

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Rayman Forever
Rayman Forever
Published by Ubisoft
Developed by Ubisoft

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Release date 1998
Genre 2D Platformer
Gameplay mode Single player
Platforms PC
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Rayman Forever's main menu screen.

Rayman Forever is a game pack that was released in 1998 in France (as Rayman For Ever) and North America and Germany (as Rayman Classique Gold) for the PC. It contains the original Rayman game, Rayman Designer, Rayman By His Fans. The North American version also contains the Making of Rayman 2 and a fridge magnet, however part of the the soundtrack was erased to save space. Despite its name, it bears no connection to Rayman 2 Forever, the Game Boy Color version of Rayman 2.

Late in the March of 2011, Rayman Forever was released online through Good Old Games, a digital distribution network with a focus on older PC games. This version of the game (which the site's official description dubs ‘the definitive version of the first Rayman game’) additionally includes a PDF manual, an HD wallpaper, an MP3 soundtrack and two forum avatars. This version comes included with the DOS emulator DOSBox to run on modern computers. It does however not include the Making of Rayman 2 and retains the cut soundtrack from the original North American release.

In 2016, Rayman Forever was released on Uplay.

The official Rayman Forever wallpaper from GOG.com.
The boxed version of Rayman Forever that contains a fridge magnet.

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