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|20,000 Lums Under the Sea|
Gloo Gloo is the tenth level of 20,000 Lums Under the Sea, the fourth world in Rayman Legends. It is also the fourth music level in the game. The music in this level is a parody of the song Woo Hoo by The 188.8.131.52's, as featured in the film Kill Bill: Volume 1. Completing the level unlocks the achievement, Splash!.
The team appears in an underwater area that looks very much like the caves of the Sea of Serendipity from Rayman Origins. The music begins to play when the players jump into the water and start swimming. A visible, deadly force appears from behind, so the heroes need to swim fast while avoiding the many swordfish. Soon, Murrays will appear but like the spiky fishes, don't pose much of a threat to the players. On land, a Warship controlled by a Lividstone shoots helicopter bombs, but they are easy to avoid as long as the heroes jump from chain to chain and from wooden platform to wooden platform. Eventually, after bouncing off of several flower bumpers, the team lands on a sail to end the level.
Swordfish attacking in a rhythm.
Pink spiky fish jumping in a rhythm.
A Murray pursuing the heroes.
The Murray crashing through the rocks.
The Murray getting stuck in a trench.
Another Murray pursuing the heroes.
More pink spiky fish jumping.
A Murray jumping out of the water and breaking the wooden platforms.
A Murray sticking its head out of the water.
Flower bumpers near the end of the level.
|Gloo Gloo, 8-Bit Edition|
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|Living Dead Party|
Gloo Gloo, 8-Bit Edition is the fifth level of Living Dead Party, the sixth world in Rayman Legends. It is also the tenth music level in the game. The 8-bit effect in this music level is the same as it was in the 8-Bit edition of Castle Rock, but with a monochrome blue tinted filter also being applied during the level.
A monochrome filter being applied with a blue tint as the Murray gets stuck.
The fish-eye lens during the warship attack.
Name in other languages
- French : Glou Glou
- Spanish : Glú-Glú
- German : Glug-Glug
- Italian : Glu-Glu
- Dutch : ............
- Japanese : W4-7 「グルーグルー」
- Gloo Gloo's playthrough at YouTube (PC version)
- Gloo Gloo (8-Bit Edition)'s playthrough at YouTube (PC version)