Run It Bayou is the third and final level of Mosquito Marsh and the sixteenth main level of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. The yellow gem can be also found in this level. In the beginning of the level, the player needs to jump via floating crates to a moving platform and then jump on the four crates on the left to reach the gem. The third Quantum Mask Kupuna-Wa is found after completing this level.
Crash and Coco are in New Orleans in the daytime, and they must pass through a few enemies until they arrive to where the third Quantum Mask, Kupuna-Wa is found. After doing so, Kupuna-Wa awakes from her hundreds of centuries of sleep like the other Quantum Masks. She greets the bandicoots like old friends, kisses Crash and tells him and Coco about their future before Lani-Loli interrupts her before she reveals how they all die and they travel to the 11th Dimension in the year 1954.
Names in Other Languages
|French||Au Cœur du Bayou||In the Heart of the Bayou|
|German||Sumpfiges Vergnügen||Swampy Pleasure|
|Italian||Io, Tu e il Bayou||Me, You and the Bayou|
Roji ura sāfin
|Portuguese||Passando por Você||Passing You|
|Russian||Бегом через болото
Begom cherez boloto
|Hurry through the Marsh|
- 6 against the steps behind the level spawn point
- The music from the jetboard section is a remix of Ripper Roo's boss theme from the first Crash Bandicoot game.
- Furthermore, according to The Art of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, Ripper Roo was originally going to appear near the end of the level as a miniboss, but was replaced for unknown reasons by an alternate timeline level. There is also a cut version of the jetboard section that contains Ripper Roo's boss theme.
- The Art of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, page 164