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Rayman: Jungle Run Review | ProvenGamer

Morgan Park of ProvenGamer: Mobile adaptions of popular games on other platforms are incredibly hard to do well on iOS. In the case of Rayman: Jungle Run, it’s trying to capture the magic that made Rayman: Origins so wonderful last year, only on a smaller screen. That’s almost an impossible task, since Origins is a very precise–mechanic driven platformer. Attempting to merely emulate analog sticks and virtual buttons on a touch screen is an incredibly steep uphill battle, but Rayman: Jungle Run recognizes that. It makes the necessary adjustments to create a wonderfully polished and satisfying platformer that delivers on the fantastic art style of Origins and captures its own identity in the App Store. (iPad, iPhone, Rayman Jungle Run) 9/10

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