Collin the Speedy Boy: The World Adventure (first announced as Project: Collin 2018 and originally titled Collin and Braces) is a open-world platforming video game developed by Avalanche Software and Warner Bros. Games. This game is part of the Collin the Speedy Boy franchise. The game was originally going to be released on October 12, 2018, conciding with the 25th Anniversary of the game franchise, but was delayed to December 14, 2018 to avoid ultimate competiton, more polishes and fixes and to make it for a holiday release. An Apple TV port was planned, but was cancelled.


Discovering that a mysterious villain named Maxima is trying to destroy FingerTown using the 9 World orbs, Collin must travel the world to reobtain them from Maxima's henchmen with a help of a mysterious ally.



  • Collin Brady/Collin the Speedy Boy - a teenager that can run at superhuman speed and the game's protagonist.
    • Braces - a living bracelet who grants Collin an ability to capture.
  • Baylee Mardis (controlled and multiplayer) - the self-proclaimed "cutest girl in FingerTown" and a close friend to Collin.
  • Stacie Aday/Stacie the Speedy Girl (controlled and multiplayer) - TBD
  • Elisha Preston/Elisha the Speedy Girl (multiplayer only) - TBD
  • Riley Logston (controlled and multiplayer) - TBD
  • Maddie Crowell / The Peacock (DLC only; both her own mode and multiplayer) - TBD
  • Cooper Elledge - TBD
  • Kristina Austin (controlled) - TBD


  • Tommy the Opossum - TBD
  • Cooper Elledge - Collin's pet dog who also has superspeed, being able to talk as well.
  • Flappy McFinger - TBD
  • Evelynn Rodriguez - an Argentine American girl who is Collin's girlfriend.
  • Stacie Aday/Stacie the Speedy Girl - TBD
  • Elisha Preston/Elisha the Speedy Girl - TBD
  • Riley Logston - TBD. Interestingly, she doesn't appear in the cutscenes, but does appear in ever level with missions after beating the game.
  • Mattie Gargis - TBD
  • The Loch Ness Monster - TBD
  • Buddy Zombie - a zombie ally.
  • Seal Seal - a seal ally that Collin saved.


  • Jaidyn Quillen/Maxima - a masked female person with a ability to float and have supernatural powers and the main antagonist, being revealed to be Collin's old friend prior to the destruction of Alabama. She has two fights, one as a regular version, and the last one is the final boss as Ultimate Maxima after you beated her in FingerTown.
  • Teary Eyed Bryte - a female three-eyed bird and Collin's arch-nemesis who teamed up with Maxima in order to get revenge on him and to take over FingerTown.
    • Eli - a three-eyed bird who is one of Bryte's henchmen, being extremely idiotic.
    • Fang Suckle - a traitorous Finger who serves as Bryte's henchman, being idiotic as well.
  • The Elefish King - TBD
  • Gurkha - TBD
  • Beatcrab - TBD
  • Gadget Snake - TBD


The gameplay for the game is based off Super Mario Odyssey. In this game, Collin now has a ability to capture characters and play as them. He can also uses Braces to bounce on, making Collin even hop to platforms he would unable to jump on his own.

Collectables include Collin Coins (of course, to follow the CTSB tradition, they return), but now they serve as currencies. New currencies include souvenirs (like Collin Coins, but are lavender). Cappuccinos do return in the game, but simply just give him 20 coins instead of a 1up due to the fact that this game lacks a Live system.



Base ContentEdit

(There are 12 worlds total to explore, and to access it, there is a blimp you can travel in and that you can unlock new locations by defeating bosses of the world)

  1. Elefish Cave - the first game you play, where you find and confront Bryte. Boss: Bryte. (This, along with Bracelet World and FingerTown, are the only worlds that lacks the World Orbs)
  2. Bracelet World - the second game level you play at. This is the only level that lacks a boss.
  3. Death Desert - the third level you play. Boss: Gadget Snake
  4. Firewinter Hill''' - a fire and ice themed level and the fourth one you play. Boss: Beatcrab
  5. Neon Night''' - a neon-themed world and the fifth level you play. Boss: Neon Baylee
  6. Wooden Forest - a forest-themed world and the sixth world you play. Boss: Mech-Dragon
  7. Zombie Swamp - a swamp-themed world and the seventh level you play. Boss: Giant Zombie
  8. Adrenoline City''' - a race car/city-themed world and the eighth level you play. Boss: Mayor Dark
  9. Dinostomp Jungle - a dinosaur/jungle-themed world and the ninth level you play. Boss: Gurkha and Sharp
  10. Cyber Space''' - a space-themed world and the tenth level you play. Boss: Smash Alien
  11. Stormy Base - a storm-themed world and the eleventh level you play. Boss: Bryte
  12. FingerTown - the final base level you play where you have a epic fight with Maxima. Boss/Final Boss: Maxima/Ultra Maxima

DLC StagesEdit

New Stage PackEdit

  • Watermelon Island
  • Crystal Caves
  • Sky Pond
  • New York City

The Face Paint World (free DLC)Edit

(This DLC introduces 6 new bosses, new cutscenes, new Capturable characters, new allies and 6 new levels)

The Land that Most Forgot (Free DLC 2)Edit

New Stage Pack 2Edit

Gobbo IslandEdit

Ghost WorldEdit

Extremely Hard Mode (Free DLC 3)Edit

Doesn't unlock anything, just simply unlocks the Extremely Hard mode.

The Peacock RisesEdit

Main article: Collin the Speedy Boy: The World Adventure: The Peacock Rises

(This DLC includes a completely new mode where you can play as The Peacock (or Maddie) instead of Collin. However, you cannot capture enemies or allies in this. Also has The Peacock joining as a multiplayer character. In addition to those, this includes new levels, new bosses. new allies and new enemies.

Controllable objects/enemiesEdit

* = ally

  • Pharoah Humicons
  • Snnizerkers
  • Frog
  • Face Paints
  • Lava Shooting Face Paint
  • unnamed Face Paint that can vomit out paint
  • Dogibat* (DLC)
  • Elefishes
  • Spindrift (new enemies)
  • Zombie
  • Wolves
  • Gurkha
  • Robot Pterodactyls
  • The Loch Ness Monster*
  • Statue
  • Apatosaurus
  • Velociraptor
  • Triceratops*
  • tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Golem
  • Robot Fingers
  • Neon Fingers
  • Bryte
  • Space Alien*
  • Dog Alien*
  • Kristina Austin*
  • Baylee Mardis*
  • Cooper Elledge*
  • Stacie the Speedy Girl*
  • Riley Logston*
  • Goblin (DLC)
  • Beach Elefishes (DLC)



List of Collin the Speedy Boy: The World Adventure missions

Voice castEdit



  • Jun'ichi Kanemaru as Collin Brady/Collin the Speedy Boy
  • TBD as Braces
  • TBD as Maxima
    • TBD as Jaidyn Quillen
  • TBD as Tommy the Opossum
  • Keiji Fujiwara as Cooper Elledge
  • TBD as Flappy McFinger
  • TBD as Evelynn Rodriguez
  • TBD as Baylee Mardis
  • TBD as Nancy Samano
  • Ikue Ōtani as Stacie Aday/Stacie the Speedy Girl
  • Rie Kugimiya as Elisha Preston/Elisha the Speedy Girl
  • TBD as Riley Logston
  • TBD as Kerigan Mardis
  • Chō as WesDragon
  • TBD as Handy
  • TBD as GoofFinger
  • TBD as VoodooFinger
  • TBD as Trent Wright
  • TBD as Halie Seymour
  • TBD as the Loch Ness Monster
  • TBD as Teary Eyed Bryte
  • TBD as Eli
  • Mitsuaki Hoshino as Fang Suckle
  • TBD as the Elefish King
  • TBD as Gurkha
  • TBD as Beatcrab
  • TBD as Neon Baylee

Theme songEdit

This game features two new theme song for the game.

The title for the song is called Super Star: My Hero.


This game will receive its own soundtrack, aiming for its March 2019 release, making it the first ever video game from the franchise to get its own soundtrack, as the music from past CTSB games will be released on the 25th Anniversary soundtrack.


Xbox OneEdit

  • Left analog stick - Move/hop on Braces (if pressed with Left or Right Trigger)
  • LB & RB or Right analog stick - Move camera
  • B - Back (menu)/Jump/Action 1
  • A - Accept (menu)/Shoot/Action 2
  • X - Missions
  • Y - Shoot
  • Left Trigger or Right Trigger - Throw Braces/get out of controlled enemies
  • Start - Pause

PlayStation 4Edit

    • Left analog stick - Move/hop on Braces (if pressed with Left or Right Trigger)
  • L1 & R1 or Right analog stick - Move camera
  • X - Back (menu)/Jump/Action 1
  • Circle - Accept (menu)/Shoot/Action 2
  • Triangle - Missions
  • Square - Shoot
  • L2 or R2 - Throw Braces/get out of controlled enemies
  • Start - Pause

Nintendo SwitchEdit

  • Left analog stick - Move/hop on Braces (if pressed with X)
  • L/R or Right analog stick - Move camera
  • B - Back (menu)/Jump/Action 1
  • A - Accept (menu)/Shoot/Action 2
  • X - Throw Braces/get out of controlled enemies
  • Y - Missions
  • + button - Pause


  • WASD keys - Move/hop on Braces (if pressed with Shift)
  • Arrow keys - Move camera
  • X key - Back (menu)/Action 1
  • Shift key - Jump
  • Enter key - Accept (Menu)/Shoot/Action 2
  • Space key - Throw Braces/get out of controlled enemies
  • Backspace key - Missions
  • Esc button - Pause


This game is rated E10+ for Fantasy Violence, Comic Mischief and Mild Suggestive Themes. In Europe, it is rated PEGI 7. Shockingly, in Japan, this game is rated B by the CERO.


  • It is the first ever (and so far the only) Collin the Speedy Boy game to be given a B rating from CERO.
  • The game's style is based off Super Mario Odyssey.
  • This is the first time that Collin has an ability to control his enemies and objects.
  • Collin does go Super Collin, but briefly when Braces turns him into Perfect Collin. Thus, this introduces Collin's new super form.
  • This is the first CTSB game where you have no lives.
    • Instead, when you die, you'll lose 20 Collin Coins and will take you to the last checkpoint.
  • This is the first CTSB game to feature two theme songs rather than just one in previous CTSB games that had theme songs.
  • This is the second Collin the Speedy Boy to receive a DLC expansion, after Collin: Forward to The Past. However, unlike that game, it will come at download only.
  • This game, despite you can buy it on its own, actually has two console bundles. One is the Nintendo Switch bundle (where it has blue/gray Nintendo Switch console and the game itself) and the Xbox One console (where the Xbox One console has a cooling fan, has blue color with Collin sticker on it and the game itself). The bundle DID release for the PlayStation 4, but that was released exclusively in Japan.
  • It is the third Collin the Speedy Boy game to have "Mild Suggestive Themes".
  • It is also the eighth Collin the Speedy Boy game to be rated E10+ by the ESRB.
  • It is the first CTSB game after AT&T's successful acquaintance of Time Warner.
  • The two levels, Death Desert and Wooded Forest, are playable at E3 2018.
  • Braces is based off Cappy from Super Mario Odyssey.
  • This game was originally planned for its October 12, 2018 release date, but to avoid competiton with most of the anticipated games (including LEGO DC Supervillains, which is also going to be published by WBIE) releasing on October, developers adding more polish and finishing details and to make it for the holidays, via a video and a blog post, it was ultimately delayed to December 14, 2018.
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