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[[Image:CageOuf.png|thumb|316px|left|A cage in ''[[Rayman 1|Rayman]]'']]
In the original ''[[Rayman 1|Rayman]]'', the cages are about as big as [[Rayman]] is, and they contain [[Electoon]]s which have been captured by the monsters that appeared after the [[Great Protoon]] was stolen by [[Mister Dark]]. Each level in the game has six cages which fill up a medallion as [[Rayman]] keeps destroying them. When he has freed all six per level, the medallion shows as a happy [[Electoon]] face on the world map. There is a total of 102 cages in the whole game, and all of them must be destroyed before advancing to the [[Candy Château]]. The game also requires backtracking to find all of the cages, as [[Rayman]] is sometimes not able to reach them until he gains his powers. Some cages are also hidden, and only appear if [[Rayman]] touches a certain area in a map.
===Cages in the [[Rayman 1 (GBC)|Game Boy Color adaptation of the original ''Rayman'' game]]===
[[Image:FD 5.PNG|thumb|316px|A cage in [[Rayman (Game Boy Color)|the Game Boy Color version of the original ''Rayman'' game]]]]
There are 38 cages in the entire game which all contain Electoons. It is impossible to break all cages during the first visit of a level, as some are only accessible with a specific ability that Rayman would not possess during his initial visit.
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==Cages in ''[[Rayman 2: The Great Escape|Rayman 2]]''==
The introduction of [[Familiar Spirit]]s in ''[[Rayman Revolution]]'' leads to an interesting discrepancy. In many levels in ''[[Rayman 2]]'', the exit portal is opened by a [[Teensie]] locked in a cage near the end of the level. Therefore, these cages are also present in ''[[Rayman Revolution]]'', for the sake of continuity. However, unlike in all other versions of ''[[Rayman 2]]'', they do not count towards the total, since they do not contain [[Familiar Spirit]]s.
===Cages in ''[[Rayman 2 Forever]]''===
There are 30 cages in total scattered throughout the game, they all contain a [[Grand Minimus]].
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==Cages in ''[[Rayman M]]''==
Cages do not feature in a functional role in this game, however, cages resembling those from ''[[Rayman 2]]'' can be seen adorning the [[Treasure Ship]].
==Cages in ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc|Rayman 3]]''==
[[Image:Rayman3cage_acarr.PNG|thumb|320px|left|A cage in ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc|Rayman 3]]'']]
[[Image:Medalionrayman3_acarr.PNG|thumb|320px|right|A medallion from ''[[Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc|Rayman 3]]'']]
This time, the only creatures that are trapped inside cages are various tribes of [[Teensie]]s that have been captured by the [[Hoodlum]]s, and there are who have imprisoned them in 60 cages in total. AgainAs in ''[[Rayman 2]]'', not all of them have to be destroyed in order to advance to the final boss level. Reminiscing Akin to [[Rayman 1|the original ''Rayman'']], each cage that is destroyed fills up a medallion, though this time when each medallion is filled with 6 cages, the size of [[Rayman]]'s life bar increases, giving him a higher maximum of health. The captive [[Teensie]]s will often reward Rayman when be breaks their cages , either with a [[Laser-Washing Powder]] power-up, or with [[jewels]] that the hero can collect to obtain points, and then disappear after a quick remark. There are two types of cage seen in this the course of the game look different to , they differ only in appearance however, they both have the same effect when broken. The first type of cage is the one most commonly seen throughout the course of the other gamesgame, as they these cages are wooden cubic in shape, and are constructed with wood and metal. They also have a [[balloon]] adorned with the [[Hoodlum]] emblem, through which the structure of actual cage is suspended in midair. These cage have some resemblance to a bird-cage. The second type of cage is exclusively found in [[The Land of the Livid Dead (Rayman 3)|The Land of the Livid Dead]], these have a more simplistic look, tied made of only wood, with bars preventing the captive [[Griskin]] from escaping, who are the only type of [[Teensy]] to be seen in this type of cage. Much like the main type of cage, these cages are also suspended from a balloon that suspends it into , but with a more dull colouration and with no Hoodlum emblem. In [[Rayman 3 HD]], breaking all cages will reward the player with the [[Hero of the airTeensies]] achievement.
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===In the [[Rayman 3 (GBA)|the Game Boy Advance]] and [[Rayman 3 (Symbian)|Symbian]] versions of ''Rayman 3''===
[[Image:CageGBA.png|thumb|240px|left|A cage in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version of ''Rayman 3'']]]]
[[Image:Rayman 3 mobile nenuphar cage.jpg|thumb|205px|right|A cage in the [[Rayman 3 (Symbian)|Symbian version of ''Rayman 3'']]]]
In these versions, the cages look identical to those featured in Rayman 2, they can either be suspended from a chain, or stood upon a platform or ground. No prisoner is seen emerging from these cages when broken.
In the [[Rayman 3 (GBA)|the Game Boy Advance]] version, there are 50 cages scattered throughout the game, but not every level contains a cage. Usually, in levels that contain cages, there will be four to find. Levels that have less than four cages are [[Wanderwood Forest]] (with three cages), [[Prickly Passage]] (with two cages), [[Boulder Brink]] (with two cages) and [[Wretched Ruins]] (with three cages).
In the [[Rayman 3 (Symbian)|Symbian]] version, there are merely 12 cages to break in total.
==In ''[[Rayman: Hoodlums' Revenge]]''==
[[Image:Cage_RHR.png|thumb|320px|A cage in ''[[Rayman: Hoodlums' Revenge]]'']]
The cages in this game are identical to the main type of cage seen in the console versions of ''[[Rayman 3]]''. Rayman must break all cages in a level to obtain 100% completion, as they go towards that tally. There are nine levels that cages can be found, with four per level, this gives a total of 36 cages to locate throughout the course of the game.
Much like in ''[[Rayman 2]]'' and the console version of ''[[Rayman 3]]'', [[Teensies]] are found locked in cages, and will call for help when [[Rayman]] is close to them. Much like in the console versions of ''[[Rayman 3]]'', Teensies will make a quick remark once freed, before disappearing, leaving behind a reward for Rayman.
==In the [[Rayman Raving Rabbids (GBA)|Game Boy Advance version of ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'']]==
[[Image:Cage_RRR_GBA.PNG|thumb|320px|A cage from [[Rayman Raving Rabbids (Game Boy Advance)|the Game Boy Advance version of ''Rayman Raving Rabbids'']]]]
Cages have a similar appearance to those that appeared In the [[Rayman 3 (GBA)|the Game Boy Advance]] and [[Rayman 3 (Symbian)|Symbian]] versions of ''Rayman 3'', and thus, similar to those from ''[[Rayman 2]]''. There are a total of 60 cages that are scattered throughout the game, in levels that contain cages, there are four to be found, making for 15 levels that contain cages.
==Cages in ''[[Rayman Origins]]''==
[[File:RaymanOriginsCage.jpg|320px|thumb|left|A cage from ''[[Rayman Origins]]'']]
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==Cages in ''[[Rayman Legends]]''==
There are a total of 700 [[Teensies]] that have been captured in Rayman Legends, most of which can be found in the various levels, some are imprisoned in the traditional cages, and others tied to a simple post. However, some captured Teensies cannot be freed in the traditional manner, and are instead found by winning them via Lucky Ticket.
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<td valign="top">[[Image:PirateCage-FrenchMacDonaldsFigure.JPG|200px|thumb|left|The pirate cage was one of the six collectible figures or the Happy Meal collection of ''[[Rayman 2: The Great Escape]]'', available in the French McDonalds restaurants.]]</td>
<td valign="top">[[Image:CageGBA.png|thumb|240px|left|A cage in [[Rayman 3 (Game Boy Advance)|the GameBoy Advance version of ''Rayman 3'']]]]</td>