To celebrate Ubisoft’s 30th birthday, The Ubisoft Club, Ubisoft’s free customer reward service, is offering players seven digital titles at no additional cost with a new title being made available every month. The celebration began in June with Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, followed by Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell in July. This month, the 2011 action-platformer Rayman Origins is up for grabs for a limited time, for anybody who registers for the Ubisoft Club using a Uplay account.
Created by Michel Ancel in 1995, Rayman is one of Ubisoft’s very early productions and the protagonist, Rayman himself, is one of the few platforming characters to be created during the 32bit era and to remain alive and well today.
As a platformer, says Ubisoft, Rayman offers some unique assets; “The graphics are beyond imagination mixing psychedelic worlds, slapstick humor and loveable character.” Rayman Origins, says the developer, is a back to the root 2D platformer that invites you to traverse amazing, wacky worlds, meet kooky characters and face unexpected antagonists while performing some of the most dynamic platforming moments of any Rayman game.