Apple releases trailer for Rayman Mini on Apple Arcade

What you need to know

  • Apple has released a trailer for Rayman Mini on Apple Arcade
  • Rayman Mini features Rayman, shrunk to the size of an ant
  • It has 3 characters and 48 levels.

Apple has released the trailer for Apple Arcade title Rayman Mini. Rayman Mini charts the adventures of Rayman, who has been shrunk to the size of an ant. It features 3 characters and 48. levels. The app store note says:

Rayman has been shrunk to the size of an ant! To undo this spell, insects, mushrooms, leaves, and other plants will be your allies as you find your way through a wonderful, macro-photographic world. From a gorgeous river to a spider nest or the deep recesses of a tree, Rayman Mini thrusts players into a rich, natural environment through exciting 48 levels.Rayman Mini is a runner platforming game for the whole family! It offers a fun, fast-paced experience that lets players set their own pace. Go for a simple run or try the challenge of getting the perfect score!To get through this super-sized world, it's all about getting the right rhythm in the quest for the perfect flow. Use your honed reflexes, memorize the maps and replay the level as many times as you want… who knows, you might just find some hidden secrets!Choose between 3 characters and unlock tons of different costumes to customize your experience.This is just the beginning of your Rayman Mini journey… Stay tuned for more miniaturized fun!

From the trailer, the game certainly looks good, you can check it out below!

Apple Arcade is available now for $4.99 a month. It features over 100 titles and support for Xbox One and Playstation 4 controllers! You can find everything you need to know about the service here.

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