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Crash Bandicoot is a series of platform video games created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin. The game was currently published by Activision. The series was formerly developed by Naughty Dog from 1996 to 1999, and by Traveller's Tales, Eurocom and Vicarious Visions from 2000 to 2004. The series features a large cast of distinctive characters designed by numerous different artists, which include Charles Zembillas and Joe Pearson. It also features a cast of veteran voice actors. The series centers on the conflicts between a mutated bandicoot named Crash Bandicoot and his creator, Doctor Neo Cortex. Crash acts as the main playable character of the series, though other characters have had occasional player access, such as Coco Bandicoot and Doctor Neo Cortex, as well as Crunch Bandicoot. Protagonists Crash Bandicoot Main article: Crash Bandicoot (character) Aku Aku Aku Aku is the guardian of the Wumpa Islands and the father figure of Crash Bandicoot and his friends. Aku Aku is the spirit of an ancient witch doctor encased in a floating, wooden mask. During Crash's missions to stop Doctor Cortex, he scattered copies of himself throughout the travels in an effort to aid him in his mission. Whenever Crash possesses an Aku Aku mask, he will be shielded from one enemy attack or contact. Collecting three Aku Aku masks gives Crash temporary invulnerability from all minor dangers, but does not protect from falling down holes. In his English speaking appearances, he was voiced by Mel Winkler up to Crash Twinsanity, excluding Crash Bash where he is voiced by Sherman Howard, and Greg Eagles from Crash of the Titans onwards. In the first game and Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, he is a background character that helps Crash. In Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, his evil twin brother Uka Uka is introduced when the ruins of Cortex's space
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