The newest entry in Rayman franchise, and newest sequel to Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends, both unquestionably superb titles with amazing music and art, Rayman Adventures is a great example of free-to-play done right. Now, when they released Rayman Adventures, a game for mobile devices this time, rather than for consoles and PC, and free-to-play, I was a bit worried that it would be a lesser game to some extent. The previous Rayman games made based on the same style as Origins and Legends for mobile had been simple endless runners (albeit paid-for apps), so when I heard about a new Rayman game for mobile, I expected another endless runner. To my pleasant surprise, when I started the game, I found that it had just as high-quality art and sound as the other games, and it was a proper platformer! And it does a great job at being free to play, as well, as I will go over in more detail in a bit.
The controls were something I was curious about, I wasn't sure how they'd make it work on a touchscreen, as Rayman has a wide arsenal of moves at his disposal. I think they did a fine job of translating it here, however, so if you enjoyed the other games and had similar worries as I did, then you can rest assured: this game feels just like Origins and Legends.