A very old character, dating back to 2002. The sprites are taken from Rayman Advance. Notably, this version of Rayman is able to summon Mozzy. However, he has a lot of infinites, allowing him to K.O. an opponent in seconds with little effort. He has a very bare-bones moveset, with no crouching attacks, only one Special and no Hypers.
This character has a four-button layout, using the (A), (B), (X) and (Y) buttons. However, he also uses (C) and (Z) to summon Mozzy. His gameplay is similar to the Rayman games and all of his Normals involve Rayman launching his fist at the opponent. Because of this, this character is very projectile-oriented. The fists can be charged by holding the button.
However, every single of his standing Normals is an infinite. By mashing a button and moving toward the opponent it's possible to K.O. on opponent in seconds with little effort. This also makes his other moves completely useless. This character has only a single Special and no Hypers. Because of the fact that all of his Normals are already projectiles and it has a long startup lag, it's almost useless. He also has no crouching attacks. This character is able to summon Mozzy by pressing (C) and (Z). It's able to attack on its own and the player can ride it, but it can be killed. While riding it, the player can fly anywhere on the screen and attack. The player can get off it by pressing (S).
Notably, this character has an "Evil Ken stance". In the Evil Ken stance, the player cannot attack but can summon Mozzy. While in the Evil Ken stance, the player can switch back to the Rayman stance and attack normally. This character is very unfinished, as evident of his bare-bones moveset and the creator stating in the Readme that more features are to be added, like more Specials and Hypers, attacks in the Evil Ken stance and a Blackheart stance. However, since the character was made in 2002, this is incredibily unlikely to happen. Another thing to note is that this character has no sound effects at all.
This character has no custom A.I. and uses the engine's default. It does not abuse its infinites and rarely attacks, so it doesn't provide much of a challenge. It often charges excessively long, leaving it open to attack. When it activates its Evil Ken stance, it becomes almost completely harmless.
Hovering the mouse cursor over the Command Input icons will display text that refers to the inputs set in M.U.G.E.N's Key Config.
Icons encased in square brackets [ ] require the respective button(s) to be held down. Hovering the mouse cursor over the gap displays the hold duration if applicable.
This character does not have any victory quotes, meaning it uses the screenpack's default.