Flyos Games announced Rayman the Board Game, which is based off the Ubisoft video game. This game will be headed to Kickstarter soon.

Rayman was a series of video games, created by Michael Ancel, that first appeared in 1995 on Atari Jaguar, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, and PC platforms. It also fostered the Rabbids spinoff franchise in 2006.  The board game, co-designed by Maxime Tardif, sends players off with their choice of colorful hero from the series in a racing game to rescue Teensies. This board game is family friendly and includes four detailed Rayman character figures.  

It is for one to four players, and thus far, there has been no word on a retail release. Flyos Games was also responsible for Vampire: The Masquerade - CHAPTERS (see "'Vampire: The Masquerade - Chapters'").

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