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==Part 3==
==Part 3==
Rayman will mainly use [[Maracas_rocket Maracas Rockets]] to ascend this area. There are many spiked balls that can cause the player to lose lives.
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[[Image:MapMU1-3PC.jpg|PC version]] [[Image:MapMU1-3PS.jpg|210px|PS version]]

Revision as of 20:31, 2 July 2011

Bongo Hills is the first level of Band Land, the second world of Rayman. It is one of the longest levels in the game, containing six parts.

The very first scenery of Band Land
The same level in the PlayStation version

Part 1

In the PlayStation, Sega Saturn and Atari Jaguar versions, this part is a typical Band Land stage, with a lot of secret passages.

In the PC version it is replaced by a totally different one, which is a transition between Dream Forest and Band Land. It features a unique scenery, with xylophone bridges over a quiet water. As Rayman climbs up, he will find himself in a new world. The DSi port uses this variant while Rayman Advance drops this part completely, starting Bongo Hills at Part 2.

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Moths are amongst toughest enemies in the game

Part 2

Phase 2 introduces Rayman and the player to Flying Moths, which are extremely resistant enemies. There are some Wrong Notes that, if not jumped over properly, will cause the player to lose a life.

PC version
PS version
Maracas rockets allow Rayman to fly high in the skies of Band Land

Part 3

Rayman will mainly use Maracas_rocket Maracas Rockets to ascend this area. There are many spiked balls that can cause the player to lose lives. PC version PS version

Lightning eyes throw bolts at Rayman

Part 4

One cage is impossible to get, where Rayman needs the Helicopter power to reach it.

PC version
PS version
Rayman on a sprinkler, surrounded by spiky balls

Part 5

PC version

PS version

Red monsters are the tallest enemies in the game

Part 6

This is the only level along with the PlayStation version of Moskito's Nest in Part 4 and Eat at Joe's in Part 4 to not have any cages and not involve a boss.

PC version
PS version


At the near end of part 2, there is a string of Tings which when collected consecutively, play the French song, Au Clair de la Lune.

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