Best Original Score

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Best Original Score
Best Original Score
Crazy Bouncing Wind or Lose
World Desert of Dijiridoos

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150 Lums
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300 Lums
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2:00 Time

350 Lums
1:32 Time

Best Original Score is the second level of the Desert of Dijiridoos, the second world in Rayman Origins. The heroes will use friendly green birds throughout the level to advance, and use small platforms to deactivate blocking electrical shocks. This level is the first one from this world and ninth overall that's included in the Back to Origins mode in Rayman Legends.

Original version

Area 1

Once entered into the level, the Magician appears to the left. He gives some information about saving Electoon cages, and popping bubblized enemies to earn more Lums. Now Rayman and his friends can move on, jumping on friendly green birds that stay stationary on music sheets. The first Skull Coin can be found by getting past a water current, under a bad Red Bird. Then there is another Red Bird bouncing a platform that can make the friendly green birds appear or disappear. The team can defeat the bad bird and use the friendly ones to advance. The rounded bird can be body slammed on to reach the second Skull Coin of the level. A little while later, after destroying some Darktoons, an Electoon cries for help. To get to the secret area requires performing walljumps to the top, nearby some birds with spiky protective hats. Once the Electoons are saved, the team can move on to the exit.

Secret area 1

The first secret area.

The cage is at the bottom of the area. The players need to activate the glide power to safely destroy the Red Birds as they go down. Once they are destroyed, the cage will be able to be broken.

Area 2

Rayman and his team will advance on, by avoiding the electrical shocks. Then, the players have to use a small green bird to get past more shocks. The bird will give out a Skull Coin in a bubble, the third coin of the level. As the team gets to the exit, there is a rounded bird at the end. Body slamming on it results in reaching the fourth Skull Coin. The exit is right underneath the coin.

Area 3

The players need to use more friendly birds to continue up where they will encounter several electrical shocks. All can be temporarily deactivated by jumping on a small platform. There is a switch that can make three green birds appear if activated. Using the body slam on the last one helps in collecting the fifth Skull Coin of the level; it is next to an orange spiky bird. The exit is straight ahead, right next to a sleeping Red Bird.

Area 4

The second secret area.

As the heroes destroy a few bad Red Birds along the way, more electrical shocks block the path. Using the small platform to deactivate them and taking the higher path results in getting the sixth Skull Coin. The second secret area is not too far away, as the players need to perform walljumps to get upwards to the path of the door. Once the Electoons are saved, the heroes must activate two groups of friendly birds, the others will appear by themselves, as if they were linked to a gendoor. The team can get to the exit by using the Swingman.

Secret area 2

In this very dark area, the team needs to destroy some Helmet Birds and a Blowing Bird. Once all are defeated, the cage can be broken open.

Area 5

The final area.

The players must destroy the sleeping Red Birds in order for the Electoon cage to be able to be broken. Breaking it ends the level, then the players pose on a photoboard and then the Magician waits for the total amount of Lums that were collected in the level.

Best Original Score
Best Original Score
Poor Little Daisy Tricky Winds
World Desert of Dijiridoos

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150 Lums
300 Lums
450 Lums
600 Lums

Back to Origins

This level is playable in the Back to Origins mode in Rayman Legends as the first one from Desert of Dijiridoos. There aren't many notable differences between the versions; except the notable differences that appear in every other Back to Origins level.


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