Other than those things, this game plays just like Origins and Legends (and even shares several locations with Legends), and expands on a few mechanics, such as the creatures and the Lucky Tickets from Legends. The creatures have been expanded the most, going from a purely extra feature, to a major part of the game! Creatures come in many families and give you many different helpful powers, such as being able to find secrets, make it easier to collect Lums from afar, or give you invincibility if you get hurt. They're all really fun, and I absolutely loved the music that plays when you get a new one!
So, all in all, I gotta recommend this game, especially if you've played Rayman Origins and/or Rayman Legends and are craving more. It makes a good game to play once a day, too, I think. They totally nailed the Rayman feel, and they totally nailed the free-to-play model. I think more free-to-play games could take a lesson or two from the excecution of this game! I hope my article gets this game a few more players, and wins over people who weren't quite sure on it or who maybe didn't even know it was around! Feel free to let us know what you think on Rayman Adventures and anything discussed in this article in the comments below!