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PSA: Rayman Jungle Run races early onto iOS, reaches Android tomorrow

PSA Rayman Jungle Run sprints early onto iOS, hits Android tomorrow
Rayman Jungle Run, originally scheduled to release tomorrow, is now available on iOS for $2.99. Ubisoft confirmed the early release this morning, noting the Android version is still due out tomorrow.

Rayman Jungle Run, announced last month, unabashedly takes the perpetual motion platforming made popular by Canabalt and coats it with a Rayman Origins sheen. If that tickles $3 worth of your fancy, you can purchase and download it on the App Store now. Those already wrapped up in sleeping bags outside their local Apple stores may be warmed by the knowledge of a "full iPhone 5 optimization" update in the pipeline.
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London, UK - September 19, 2012 - Today Ubisoft announced the immediate availability of Rayman Jungle Run, the first Rayman iteration developed specifically for mobile devices. Rayman Jungle Run is now available for iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® and will be made available for Android mobile devices tomorrow at the price of £1.99. The game has been optimized to take advantage of the capabilities of the latest mobiles devices, and will soon be updated for a full iPhone 5 optimization.

Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier and Pasta Games, Rayman Jungle Run is powered by the same UbiArt framework engine that brought players Rayman Origins, winner of multiple Game of the year and Platformer of the Year awards. Featuring beautiful graphics optimized for the latest devices and smooth touch-based controls, Rayman Jungle Run is easy for all ages to pick up and play, but challenging to master.

In a nutshell, Rayman Jungle Run includes all the acclaimed qualities and features that people can expect from a Rayman game, adapted to make the best of the mobile devices possibilities.

To download the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch versions, please go to:
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/rayman-jungle-run/id537931449

This article was originally published on Joystiq.