Tuned-Up Treasure

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Tuned-Up Treasure
Tuned-Up Treasure
World Grumbling Grottos

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Tuned-Up Treasure is the fifth level of the Grumbling Grottos, a world in Rayman Origins. It is the seventh Tricky Treasure level, where Rayman and his friends must chase a Tricky Treasure for a Skull Tooth. This level is the third one from this world and fifteenth overall that's included in the Back to Origins mode in Rayman Legends.

Original version

Rayman and his team find the Tricky Treasure at the end of the first platform. The chest thinks Rayman is going to beat him up, so he runs away, and the chase begins. Getaway bluegrass music plays once the chase starts. The chase area consists of the team chasing the Tricky Treasure across platforms, drums, Notebirds, and Bumper Notebirds. Later on, they must also avoid spiky bird enemies. Towards the end, the players must go through a funnel and become tiny. Here, they must move quickly in the lower part of the screen as the Tricky Treasure runs along in the upper part, avoiding spiky birds and using Psychlops as platforms. Right after this, the team goes through another funnel, becoming a normal size again right before catching the Tricky Treasure when there is no room left to go. That's when the players can punch the chest open and receive the Skull Tooth to give back to Mister Death.

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Back to Origins

In the Back to Origins version, there aren't many differences between the original version; except of the notable elements from Rayman Legends replacing some of the elements from the game.

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