Rayman Fiesta Run shines through more than its simplistic controls, but through its art style and immersive environments. The game is beautiful to behold, as the UbiArt Framework continues to pay dividends for the series. It's particularly gorgeous with the newer iPad's Retina Display. Each level mathces the game's Latin-flavored theme, as does the game's background music, though some of it will grow repetitive over time.
The game does feature microtransactions, offering up Yellow Lums (tied to progression) for purchase, though the levels prove so quick and easy that they never feel like a necessity. Though Fiesta Run can be finished in a couple of hours, there's enough challenge and replay value to keep re-visiting the world for a good while after the initial quest ends. Auto-runners may be a dime a dozen on the App Store, but Fiesta Run is simple, satisfying, and gorgeous to look at. [
Even icier levels show some Latin flavor