Rayman 3 has a total of 5 bosses which are Garish Gears, Jano's Nest, Den of Rocky, Scaleman's Keep and Heart of the Ancients.
Only the Gamecube version of Rayman 3 has multiplayer support.
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Rayman 3 is a portable version of the console game of the same name which was released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. It is a 2D side-scrolling game with elements from the original Rayman game, Rayman 2, and Rayman 3, though it is mostly centered around the story of Rayman 2. The game was originally developed as a Game Boy Advance version of Rayman 2, with its Rayman 3 elements added late in its development so that it could be marketed as a Game Boy Advance version of Rayman 3.
Early preview versions of the game still use the Rayman 2 level names. There are also versions of this game for some mobile phones, and it was ported to the Nokia N-Gage. It was not given the ‘Hoodlum Havoc’ subtitle, as Hoodlums are only being present as enemies in three levels of the game (Hoodlum Hideout, Wretched Ruins and Scaleman’s Keep). The game appears either to be set between the events of Rayman 2 and Rayman 3, or to be an alternative sequel to Rayman 2.
The game begins with Rayman rebuking Globox for swallowing a Dark Lum while he was trying to save the Teensies. As Rayman is about to go and find a way to cure him, Globox runs away, and leaves him worried that he will end up doing something stupid. Meanwhile, Admiral Razorbeard hears about this incident and becomes hellbent on catching Globox to extract the Dark Lum, so he can use it to make himself more powerful, while hoping to destroy Rayman again with the Grolgoth.
Europe: 21 February 2003
Game Boy Advance
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