After four years since Rayman (1995), the heavily acclaimed and heavily ported sequel: Rayman 2: The Great Escape (1999) made the first game look like a poorly made video game thanks to its many improvements and overhauls.
Rayman (David Gasman) and his friend Globox were captured by the cruel Admiral Razorbeard. Rayman lost his powers in the process until he can find more Silver Lums, free Ly the Fairy and get the Four Masks of Polokus to defeat the Robo-Pirates.
The game lets people collect 800-1000 yellow lums, depending on the version of the game. Rayman 2 is worth playing with your kids.