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Revision as of 00:23, 27 September 2018

Rayman Activity Centre
Rayman Activity Centre
Published by Ubi Soft Entertainment
Developed by Ubi Studio

Directed by {{{directed by}}}
Produced by Viola Schulz (project manager)
Designed by
Programmed by Nicolas Chéreau, Vincent Hammache, Patrice Zinc
Art by
Written by {{{written by}}}
Soundtrack by

Release date
Genre Educational game
Gameplay mode Single player
Platforms Windows
Distribution media CD-ROM
Game engine {{{game engine}}}

Rayman Activity Centre, also known as Rayman Activity Center and Rayman Éveil, is an educational spin-off of the original Rayman. The game consists of a series of minigames or 'activities' designed to teach young children the basics of numbers and literacy. Most of the graphics and music in Rayman Activity Centre are lifted from the original game, though many unique animations are featured. Characters from the original, such as Betilla the Fairy and the Magician, play prominent roles, while new characters like Joe the Cricket and the Clown in Love are introduced.


  • The Magic Letters
  • The Clown in Love
  • The Giant Dominoes
  • The Clown's Numbers
  • The Storm
  • The Cartoon Dance
  • The Echoing Caves
  • The Magic Rubbers
  • The Funny Photographer
  • Hide & Seek
  • The Island of Strange Numbers
  • The Fruit Merry Go Round
  • The Island of Magic Bubbles
  • Joe's Painting Studio
  • Betilla's House
  • Piranha World
  • Betilla the Fairy's Sing Along

Box art