| Glade of Dreams|
|Primary Representation||Rayman Origins|
|Secondary Representation||Wreck-It Ralph|
|Appears in||PlayStation All-Stars: Grand Brawl|
The Jibberish Jungle is a mash up, survival stage of Rayman and Wreck-It Ralph in PlayStation All-Stars: Grand Brawl.
The player will earn the trophy, "No Limbs Don't Mean No Dance", if Rayman uses his Level 3 move, "Groovin' No Limb-o" on this stage.
The stage starts as a 3D version of the Jibberish Jungle from Rayman Origins with even a pool of water with a one eyed monster from Rayman Legends on the main floor, meaning instant death if a fighter falls in. There's even high branches and floating vine platforms. At times, red lums will also appear, powering the competitors' gauges. In the background are Globox and some Teensies playing baseball, but with pufferfish for balls and the staff of Reflux from Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc as the bat. Globox will hit the pufferfish into the fight area on accident and they might hit the competitors. After a while, the Teensies will throw a Cy-Bug egg instead and it hatches upon Globox hitting it into the area. It grows and then eats the branch platforms and flies off. Globox and the Teensies are seen running in terror from a swarm of Cy-Bugs, which eat up the whole jungle, including the remaining platforms, revealing the starting line on the race track of Sugar Rush from Wreck-It Ralph. The ends of the stage are replaced with walls and the background shows the rest of the track, as well as the ice cream mountains and the candy fans. The fans' cheers can also be heard. There are no platforms other than the race track. Soon, the candy racers will come zooming down the track with Vanellope von Schweetz in particular in the front. Getting hit by a kart can cause a lot of damage and even the gauges to drop. After about three minutes, the Nymphs from Rayman Origins will appear and they will sit cross legged in the air above the finish line. A light wil emit from them and in a blinding flash, the jungle is back. This cycle of events will keep happening until three of the fighters loses all four lives.
The Jibberish Jungle will have Advancement from the Jibberish Jungle in Rayman Origins. The part that is Sugar Rush will play the Sugar Rush theme from the movie, but a kareoke version.
- Jiberish Jungle is one of the few stages with water, as well as a water hazard (though it's only in the jungle part).
- It is also one of the other few stages with hazards coming from the background (only on the Sugar Rush part).