The Atari Jaguar version, which was the original version but eventually arrived a week later than the PlayStation one, features some unique/absent areas and absent gameplay mechanics compared to the (themselves largely identical) PC/PlayStation/Sega Saturn CD-ROM editions. For example, in Blue Mountains, the level Mr. Stone's Peaks is missing the second area entirely (where Rayman has to cut 2 ropes with his hair before a stone ceiling pushes him into the water). Also, in Picture City, the level Eraser Plains' third area has been changed to a completely different place, and one of the last bosses (Space Mama) is completely absent. The last world, Candy Chateau, was also largely restructured for the other versions. Rayman's ability to shrink (with the help of creatures called Flying Blue Elves), and to slide on bells in Band Land or ice in the Blue Mountains, were absent on the Jaguar, only being added in later versions. However, for both ports, There are some extra things, There is a pong minigame, The mosqiutio shoots blue fireballs, Bomb explosion have a glow-effect and smoke, And skops' lava has glowing / smoke effect. Finally, since the Jaguar version was stored on a cartridge, not a CD, it featured considerably lower-quality music than the Red Book audio of the others, which also received similarly enhanced sound effects.The jaguar version of the game is considered to be a console pusher,due the use of the power of the console and is one of the best games on the system,by some people. Scattered around each level are small, sparkling blue spheres called Tings. If Rayman picks up a hundred of them, he gains an extra life and the counter resets to zero, but they can also be used to pay the Magician, who can be found in certain levels, in order enter a bonus stage in which Rayman can win an extra life if he collects all of the Tings within. When Rayman dies, he loses all of the Tings he collected.