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I do not own the Crash Bandicoot series. They are owned by Sony Computer Entertainment, Universal Interactive Studios, Konami, Vivendi Universal Games, Sierra Entertainment and Activision. I'm just a fan of the series. And I created this page.

Comparing my favourite Crash character models - Volume Two
Comparing my favourite Crash character models - Volume Three
Comparing my favourite Crash enemy models
Comparing my favourite Crash item models
Comparing my own models of Crash characters
Comparing fan made renders of Crash characters

Below is a gallery of some of the various models of some of the Crash Bandicoot characters, and a vertical side by side comparison between them. Note that this only covers the models that I consider worthy of inclusion. Any models that I dislike will not be included.

For this page, I will be covering nine of the main characters from the Crash Bandicoot series. These characters are Crash Bandicoot, Doctor Neo Cortex, Aku Aku, Coco Bandicoot, Doctor N. Gin, Tiny Tiger, Uka Uka, Dingodile, and Crunch Bandicoot. Enjoy! :)

Crash Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 1 Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Burnt), Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Burnt), Crash Bandicoot Blast
Crash Bandicoot's original design. His irises are meant to be green, but this detail was omitted from the in-game model depicted here. In Crash 2 and 3, when Crash is burned, his Crash 2 model briefly changes to this one before disintegrating.
Crash Cortex Strikes Back
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back,
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
Besides the higher polygon count, Crash Bandicoot is much more expressive and defined. The green irises from his intended design are featured in-game now. His nose and feet are smaller, and his limbs have gotten thicker. His shoes have less laces. Because this Crash model frequently keeps his knees bent while standing, he often appears shorter than the previous model does. Crash's model in The Huge Adventure, N-Tranced, and Crash Purple uses several animated frames extracted from this model. The new additional model was created for the new animations in those games.
Crash Bandicoot CTR Crash Team Racing
CTR: Crash Team Racing It's basically the same as the previous model, but now Crash's eyes and shoes have gradients, making them look less plain.
CTR Crash Team Racing Crash Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle.
Crash Bash Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Crash 2 one, but with less detail and no change of facial expressions.
Crash The Wrath of Cortex
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Besides some extra details and more polygons (allowing for separate fingers), Crash remains mostly identical. His irises often enlarge more than usual, his ears are brighter and with fur inside, and some of his body proportions have changed. Most noticeably, his nose has grown back to its original size, his arms are longer, and his tummy button is much smaller. Crash's jeans have folds at the ends and a label on the back, and the shoes are brighter with more laces. The Xbox version of the game gives Crash thick fur.
Crash Bandicoot XS
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure,
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
(Promotional 3-D Model)
Because of this model's similarities to the Crash 2 model, it is often mistaken for representing the latter, though it is a model in it's own right, made by Vicarious Visions. Though Vicarious Visions used the Naughty Dog model from Crash 2 to extract the animation frames they needed, they still created a low detail model of their own, to add animation frames they couldn't find in the previous games. Crash Bandicoot's arms are longer than before, his body has become more polygonal, allowing for separate fingers, and the tummy button is larger. This model presented here is in 3-D while the version in the Game Boy Advance is in 2-D.
Crash Bandicoot CNK
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
(Cut-scenes and mini-games)
Crash Bandicoot's eyes are dome-shaped and his teeth are similar to the original design. Besides the extra detail, he has undergone some minor cosmetic changes. The fur is slightly darker, and his muzzle and the mid-section of his torso now have a brighter, creamier colour. Crash's tummy button is much smaller, his ears are brighter, and his shoes are brighter with more laces. His jeans have folds at the ends, and a belt, becoming more realistic in the process.
Crash Bandicoot Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. The jeans appear to be board shorts as they now have laces, and don't have the denim texture they had in Crash Nitro Kart. The fur is more realistic, and the irises are green, a trait omitted from the original model. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Doctor Neo Cortex

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 1 Dr. Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot,
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Boss Fight),
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Losing Poses),
Crash Bandicoot Blast
Doctor Neo Cortex's original design. It was also used during his boss fight in Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, and for the losing poses when he appears on the podium in Crash Team Racing.
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, Crash Bash, Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the models that appear in the games. Despite being a model by Naughty Dog, the Cortex Strikes Back picture of this model was reused for The Wrath of Cortex which was developed by Traveller's Tales, and again in the booklet for Crash Nitro Kart which was developed by Vicarious Visions. The Warped picture of this model was reused for Crash Bash which was developed by Eurocom Entertainment Software. It was also used as a starting point to create new promotional art of Cortex for Crash Bash, and again for new promotional art for The Huge Adventure which was developed by Vicarious Visions. Tellingly, this model did not make an in-game appearance in any of those games, as it appears strictly as a promotional picture only.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back,
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Tiny Tiger's Boss Fight)
Doctor Neo Cortex's Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back model greatly resembles the previous in-game model, but it is more detailed. Cortex notably has some different tinges to him, such as the purple tone of his hair and skin, and bluer boots. This model was also used during Tiny Tiger's boss fight from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Doctor Neo Cortex Hologram
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Warp Room Hologram)
Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between Cortex's Warp Room Hologram model and the previous one, except this model is seemingly higher in polygons.
Doctor Neo Cortex CTR
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped,
CTR: Crash Team Racing,
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure,
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
Doctor Neo Cortex's Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped model greatly resembles the previous ones, but it is even more detailed. Cortex's hair now has a tinge of blue, and his teeth are smaller. His skin lacks the purple tone of the Crash 2 model. This model provided the sprites and animations for The Huge Adventure and N-Tranced.
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Doctor Neo Cortex Head in Vortex
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Head in Time Vortex)
The Head in Time vortex model greatly resembles the previous model. Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between this model and the previous one.
CTR Crash Team Racing Doctor Neo Cortex
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle.
Crash Bash Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Crash 3 one, but with much less detail and no change of facial expressions.
Wrath of Cortex Dr. Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Doctor Neo Cortex's skin is yellower, matching old promotional artwork from Crash 2, seen above. His head is flatter, and his hair is back to being purely black with a taller fringe. His eyebrows are thicker, and his eyes have a different, Asian-esque shape with red pupils. Due to the different head shape, it's more difficult to see the N on his forehead entirely, which itself has gotten a little bit bigger.
Crash Bandicoot The Huge Adventure Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure This sprite uses frames that were captured from the Warped model. It is always obscured by a bright light, but it is actually the clearest shot of this model throughout the entire game. In most of the cut-scenes, the model from Warped is used.
Crash Nitro Kart Neo Cortex
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Vicarious Visions' Doctor Neo Cortex model closely resembles the Naughty Dog models, with some alterations. He seems to be losing sleep over his defeats, as the bags under his eyes are darker in colour. His skin is a different shade of yellow that is closer to it's initial colour. His eyebrows are more jagged now and the N on his forehead is light-blue and that much gaudier. His attire is more similar to his original one, albeit with red gloves and boots.
Crash Twinsanity Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Twinsanity Doctor Neo Cortex has gotten taller, though he still owes most of his height to his huge head. He has once again changed to a different outfit for potentially hygienic purposes, with no triangular shoulder pads, less cartoon like boots, and the letter N embroidered on his coat. Cortex's skin matches the yellow used in The Wrath of Cortex, and the N on his forehead is not only metallic now, but it also seems embossed rather than painted on. His eyes have black outlines instead of bags underneath, and his pupils are simple, black dots. His lower lip is a bit smaller. Like all models from Crash Twinsanity, Cortex has five fingers instead of the usual four.
Crash Tag Team Racing Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Tag Team Racing Although Cortex's head is pretty much identical to the previous design, he is now shorter than ever. The N on his forehead seems much glossier, he has labels on his gloves, and his boots are shaped like they used to be in his original design. He's gained back the triangular shoulder pads, but the small N on his coat is gone, and he's gone back to having four fingers on each hand.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Doctor Neo Cortex
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. The skin is more yellow, the head is smaller, and the hair and beard is more jagged. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Doctor Neo Cortex Head in Vortex
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
(Head in Time Vortex)
A much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original Head in Time vortex model from Warped. The Head in Time vortex model presented here greatly resembles the previous model. Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between this model and the previous one. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Aku Aku

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 1 Aku Aku
Crash Bandicoot,
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back,
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
Aku Aku's original design. In the Japanese versions of Crash 2 and 3, a more detailed three dimensional model is used for the exclusive hints you hear when you find an Aku Aku mask, see the Crash Team Racing model below. An even more elaborate model is used in the third game's cut-scenes, see the Crash 3 cut-scenes model directly below.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Golden Aku Aku
Crash Bandicoot (Gold Mask Form),
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (Gold Mask Form),
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (Gold Mask Form)
It's basically the same as the previous model, except that this one is a golden colour. When an additional Aku Aku crate is broken, Aku Aku will become this golden colour. In this state, Aku Aku can take a single hit before reverting into his original state, giving him the ability to take two hits in total.
Crash 3 Aku Aku
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (Cut-scenes),
Crash Bash,
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast,
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
The basic design is kept, but Aku Aku has a lot more polygons and detail added to him. He talks and is fully animated from here on out, as opposed to being silent and his face being mostly comprised of a texture. His eyebrows, nose, and lips are all varying shades of brown now.
CTR Aku Aku
CTR: Crash Team Racing This model was actually first built used in the Japanese versions of Crash 2 and 3, where it appears when you find one of the witch doctor's masks, prompting a hint from him to the player. It retains the same role in Crash Team Racing at certain points in Adventure Mode. Due to the overwhelming amount of spoken lines in these hints, this model uses generic animations without proper lip syncing. The enormous eyebrows can be attributed to the Japanese design.
The Wrath of Cortex Aku Aku
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Aku Aku now has seven feathers instead of the usual four. The wood uses more realistic textures and is dented on top. His eyes are rounder and separate from his eyebrows, his nose is larger and more human-like, his lips are thinner and light brown, and his goatee is spikier. Despite being a model by Traveller's Tales, one of the pictures of this model can be found in the booklet for Crash Nitro Kart which was developed by Vicarious Visions.
CNK Aku Aku
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Aku Aku has largely reverted back to his Crash 3 cut-scenes design. The colours are more solid, and the feathers are different. The feather that is normally blue has changed to red. The feather that is normally yellow has changed to blue. The feather that is normally red has changed to yellow, and the feather that is normally pinkish purple has changed to green. His eyebrows, nose, and lips are also more red than usual.
Crash Twinsanity Aku Aku Prototype
Crash Twinsanity
(Prototype Model)
This model is similar to the Crash 3 cut-scenes model, but with much more detail and vibrant colours and textures. The goatee is larger, and the nose is more human-like once again.
Twinsanity Aku Aku
Crash Twinsanity Besides the differently-coloured feathers, Aku Aku's in-game model from Crash Twinsanity is identical to the prototype version.
Aku Aku Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. All of Aku Aku is much more realistic than before, especially the feathers, nose, and goatee. The feathers are a slightly different colour, the first feather is more purplish, the second feather is lighter and more saturated, the third feather is now orange instead of red, and the fourth feather is more pinkish and opposed to purplish. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Coco Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Coco Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back Coco Bandicoot's original model. The sunlight on her hair is fixed, no matter which way she is facing.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Coco Bandicoot Hologram Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Warp Room Hologram)
Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between Coco's Warp Room Hologram model and the previous one, except this model is seemingly higher in polygons and possibly detail.
Crash 3 Coco Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped,
CTR: Crash Team Racing,
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast,
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
It's basically the same as the Crash 2 model, but without the long eyelashes, and without the permanent sunlight texture on her hair. This model provided the sprites and animations for Crash Bandicoot Blast, The Huge Adventure, and N-Tranced.
CTR Coco Bandicoot Promo
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
CTR Crash Team Racing Coco Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Intro)
This model is basically the same as the Crash 3 model, but the flower in her hair is green instead of blue, and the irises are slightly more squared and less detailed than before. A very curious and obscure change. This model was only seen in the intro of Crash Team Racing. The Crash 3 model was used in all the other scenes where Coco is seen out of her kart.
CTR Coco In-Kart (Front)
CTR Coco In-Kart (Back)
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle.
Crash Bash Coco Bandicoot
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Crash 3 one, but with less detail and no change of facial expressions.
Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of Cortex Coco Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Besides the higher polygon count, Coco's hair is rounder and with less curls. Her ears have rounded tips and her eyes are less shiny than usual. Coco's eyebrows are thinner, shorter, and more angular.
Coco Bandicoot CNK
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Coco Bandicoot has changed from a little girl into a teenager. Her silhouette is much more feminine than before. Coco's ears have gone back to the usual pointy style. She has traded her blue overalls, for a white shirt with a flower icon matching the one on her laptop, and a pair of blue jeans. Coco is now wearing lipstick. Her more feminine stature is most evident in the cutscenes, she has more of a figure and has developed a rounder backside. Coco now has five fingers instead of the usual four.
Twinsanity Coco Bandicoot
Crash Twinsanity Despite officially being set before Crash Nitro Kart, Coco Bandicoot's Crash Twinsanity design is largely based off her CNK one. The Huge Adventure and N-Tranced are officially set between Twinsanity and CNK, but Coco is depicted in her Crash 3 design in those games. Visually there isn't much of a change between her Twinsanity model and her CNK one. Coco has finally replaced her blue flower with a different pink one. The eyes are slightly bigger and rounder. Coco's silhouette is less feminine than before. The jeans are tighter, and now have a pink stripe on each side, and are slightly darker than before, making the folds more noticeable.
Coco Bandicoot Tag Team Racing
Crash Tag Team Racing Coco Bandicoot has a pink star on her shirt instead of the flower icon. The jeans are even darker, and more realistic, and have a belt now, but they no longer have folds or stripes on them, and have gotten slightly thicker. Coco's shoes now have orange lines. She now has four fingers again, instead of five like in Crash Nitro Kart and Crash Twinsanity.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. The overalls now have buttons, along with a belt. The eyes are also bigger and rounder. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Doctor N. Gin

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 2 Doctor N. Gin Model
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Promotional Model),
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
(Trading Card)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the model that appears in the game. Doctor N. Gin's promotional model has a yellowish tinge in it, resulting in yellower skin and somewhat blonder hair than usual. The missile wings are also chrome, instead of silver as in the game.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Doctor N. Gin
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced The Crash 2 model seen in-game is very similar to Doctor N. Gin's promotional Crash 2 design but with much less detail. This model seen in-game was also seen in Crash 3, Crash Bandicoot Blast, The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast, and N-Tranced.
Crash 3 N. Gin Head in time Vortex
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Head in Time Vortex)
The Head in Time vortex model bears little to no visual resemblance to Doctor N. Gin's other Naughty Dog models. So a model comparison is not possible. This model is much higher in polygons.
CTR N. Gin
CTR: Crash Team Racing N. Gin's Crash Team Racing model is identical to the model from Crash 2 but with green missile wings instead of silver, and golden teeth instead of white.
CTR N. Gin In-Kart (Front)
CTR N. Gin In-Kart (Back)
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle. The missile wings of this model aren't chrome, silver, or green, but red.
Crash Bash Doctor N. Gin
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Naughty Dog ones but with less detail, less polygons, and no change of facial expressions. The colour of the missile wings have changed yet again, and are silver once again.
Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of Cortex Doctor N. Gin
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex The Wrath of Cortex model closely resembles the promotional Naughty Dog model from Crash 2, with a few changes. The missile on N. Gin's head is black and a bit smaller, and it only has 2 checkered rows. The metal plate on the right side of his face now covers his cheek and lower lip, with visible bolts. His hair is brighter, his eyes are black, and his skin is paler and not rosed like the Naughty Dog models seen in-game. The neck on N. Gin's lab coat is narrower and the holes on the front are golden like the promotional Naughty Dog model. His voice doesn't sound robotic anymore.
N. Gin Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Vicarious Visions' Doctor N. Gin model closely resembles the promotional Naughty Dog model from Crash 2, with a few changes. The missile wings are green now like they were in CTR. N. Gin's right, robotic eye is now black with a red pupil, and he has less holes on his lab coat. The triangular collar is now merged with the rest of his lab coat. N. Gin's cheeks are now somewhat chubbier than they were in previous games, and his body doesn't have the yellowish tinge like it had in the promotional model from Crash 2. His voice is robotic again.
Twinsanity N. Gin
Crash Twinsanity Another variation of the original design. This time Doctor N. Gin has his classic robotic eye back, albeit with a human iris, but his skin is now yellow and he is slightly less rotund. His lab coat now has bullets inserted into it instead of simple holes, and the collar is back to the way it used to be. The green parts on his missile are now white. Like every other character in the game, he now has five fingers on each hand.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Doctor N. Gin
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original in-game model. Other than that, there's not really much of a change, except the missile wing seems to be a slightly different shape. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Doctor N. Gin Head in Vortex
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
(Head in Time Vortex)
A much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original Head in Time vortex model from Warped. The Head in Time vortex model presented here greatly resembles the previous model. Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between this model and the previous one. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Tiny Tiger

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 2 Tiny Tiger
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Tiny Tiger Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back,
CTR: Crash Team Racing
Tiny Tiger's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash 2 model, except this model is less detailed.
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Tiny Tiger
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Crash 3 Tiny Tiger Head in time Vortex
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Head in Time Vortex)
The Head in Time vortex model bears little to no visual resemblance to Tiny Tiger's other Crash 3 model. So a model comparison is not possible. This model is much higher in polygons.
Tiny Tiger Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped Tiny Tiger's Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped model is the same as the one from Crash 2, but he now wears gladiator armour and wields a trident, due to the circumstances of his boss fight which takes place in ancient Rome. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash 3 model, except this model is less detailed.
CTR Tiny In-Kart (Front)
CTR Tiny In-Kart (Back)
CTR: Crash Team Racing (In-Kart) All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle.
Crash Bash Tiny Tiger
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Crash 2 one, but with much less detail and no change of facial expressions.
Crash Bandicoot The Wrath of Cortex Tiny Tiger
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex In comparison to the promotional Crash 2 model, Tiny's ears are longer and less pointy than usual. His eyes are bigger, closer to each other, more greenish and cat-like, and crossed. Tiny's fangs are longer, his fur is slightly lighter, his nose is smaller, and his claws are dark and distinct from his fingers.
Crash Bandicoot The Huge Adventure Tiny Tiger
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the model that appears in the game. It closely resembles the promotional model from Warped, with the exception of the missing helmet.
Tiny Tiger Crash Bandicoot XS The Huge Adventure
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced This 2-D sprite uses frames captured from the Warped model, with the exception of the missing helmet and the shoulder pads. Strangely, this model doesn't have the helmet, but since his mugshot is simply a slightly altered version of his mugshot from Warped, his mugshot does have the helmet.
Tiny Tiger Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Vicarious Visions' Tiny Tiger model greatly resembles the Naughty Dog ones. But there are still some key differences. For one thing, he doesn't have the spiky shoulder pads. The bracelets are golden, the nose is brown, the facial expressions are different, and the eyes' sclera are white.
Tiny Tiger - Crash Twinsanity
Crash Twinsanity The Crash Twinsanity model is arguably more detailed than any other previous model. It is also a little different from the previous ones. Tiny Tiger is much bigger than before. His ears are longer, his head is smaller, and his shoulder pads each have an additional spike. Tiny's fur is much lighter than usual, being amber instead of orange, and sporting Tasmanian Tiger stripes on his back. His bracelets have gone back to their original silver colour, the nose is black, and the eyes' sclera are yellow once again. Due to an overlook, this model doesn't have a tail. Like all Twinsanity models, Tiny has five fingers instead of the usual four.
Tiny Tiger Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is very similar to the promotional model from Crash 2, but it also bears some resemblance to the CNK model, particularly the nostrils. Tiny's fur is browner and the spiky bracelets are more metallic. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Tiny Tiger Head in Vortex
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
(Head in Time Vortex)
A much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original Head in Time vortex model from Warped. The Head in Time vortex model presented here greatly resembles the second N. Sane Trilogy model. Besides the missing body, there doesn't really seem to be any visual differences between this model and the second N. Sane Trilogy one. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Uka Uka

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Uka Uka
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (Cut-scenes), CTR: Crash Team Racing, Crash Bash, Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot Blast, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced Uka Uka's original design. Note that while this is the model used in the cut-scenes of Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, a less detailed version appears during Cortex's boss fight.
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Uka Uka Boss Fight
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Cortex Boss Fight)
This is a simpler model used in Doctor Neo Cortex's boss fight to avoid slowdowns caused by too many polygons on-screen. His face is still capable of animating, though.
Uka Uka Wrath of Cortex
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex In comparison to the Crash 3 cut-scenes model, Uka Uka is mostly unchanged besides the higher polygon count. But his colours are a bit more orange than before. The bone on his forehead isn't tied down anymore.
CNK Uka Uka
Crash Nitro Kart The Crash Nitro Kart model resembles the Naughty Dog cut-scenes model. The colour scheme is very similar in appearance, besides the darker eyes, which are also a bit smaller. The fangs are larger.
Twinsanity Crash Uka Uka
Crash Twinsanity Uka Uka looks identical to his original design, except with more vibrant colours and detail, as well as a slightly smaller nose. This time the bones tied to his sides swing as he moves. His menacing demeanour is slightly downplayed and more lighthearted.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Uka Uka
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog cut-scenes model. All of Uka Uka is more realistic than before. The eyebrows, eyes, and beard are lighter than before, and have changed colour slightly. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Dingodile

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 3 Dingodile
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Crash 3 Dingodile Head in time Vortex
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
(Head in Time Vortex)
The Head in Time vortex model bears little to no visual resemblance to Dingodile's other Crash 3 models. So a model comparison is not possible. This model is much higher in polygons.
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Dingodile
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped,
CTR: Crash Team Racing,
Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure (Adapted Still)
Dingodile's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash 3 model, except this model is less detailed. This model was also used for the animations in Crash Bandicoot Blast, The Huge Adventure, and N-Tranced, except that Dingodile wears light-blue swim trousers with a flower pattern, due to the circumstances of his boss fight from The Huge Adventure. However since a lot of the cutscenes for The Huge Adventure are adapted stills from Crash 3, in one of the cutscenes Dingodile wears the same pants he wore in Crash 3.
CTR Crash Team Racing Dingodile
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle. This model has several large spots on his back.
Crash Bash Dingodile
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Crash 3 one, but with less detail and no change of facial expressions. The ears are down instead of up. The eyes are closer to one another. The nostrils are smaller and more separated from each other. He has more teeth showing because of the longer upper lip. The cream fur on Dingodile's palms and the underside of his arms are gone.
Dingodile Wrath of Cortex
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex In comparison to the Crash 3 model, Dingodile's ears are smaller and his fur is more reddish. Both lips are the same length again and his eyes are now a dark green. His hands are the same colour as his chest and he has claws on his feet. He also has a different gas canister and pants.
Nitro Kart Dingodile
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
This model is very similar to the Crash 3 one. The ears and teeth are a bit shorter, the tail is much spikier, and the nostrils are larger. The back of Dingodile's head has a slightly more scaly texture. He has a new pair of yellow trousers with a belt. Dingodile wears a pink and yellow helmet with an antennae on top, as he has been brainwashed by N. Trance in this game. His eyes are now green, and one eye looks up and the other eye looking down. Dingodile is much happier, insane, and psychotic in this game, as a result of the brainwashing. He also shows traits of cowardice, as he covers his eyes during a particularly high jump when racing. Due to a developer oversight, Dingodile seems to have gotten shorter in this game, being shorter than Tiny Tiger, when the two are officially the same height.
Dingodile Twinsanity
Crash Twinsanity Dingodile's Crash Twinsanity model contrasts greatly from the previous models. His fur has gotten much darker, he has yellow sclera and red irises, and his hands are cream coloured. He has a new pair of dark blue trousers with a belt. Dingodile's head looks similar to the Crash 3 one used in the time twister vortex. His ears are even shorter and he has put on some weight. Like all Twinsanity models, he has five fingers instead of the usual four.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Dingodile
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is sort of similar to the promotional Warped design with a few significant changes here and there. The ears and teeth are a bit shorter, the nostrils are larger, and the jaw is shorter. The tummy is yellower, not quite as pink now. The spikes on Dingodile's tail are greener than before and the toes now have claws which are unsheathed. The trousers are much more detailed, with pockets, and folds on the ends, and a belt. Dingodile seems a bit stockier in this game than in the Naughty Dog ones. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Crunch Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
The Wrath of Cortex Crunch Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex,
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
Crunch Bandicoot's original design. Except for the lips, Crunch's face doesn't animate, so he never changes his facial expression or blinks. His Wrath of Cortex model is much larger in comparison to all later models.
Crunch Bandicoot Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Crunch Bandicoot's ears are shorter, and he no longer has lightning bolt shaped eyebrows. His eyes have gone from green to blue, and his fur has changed from pinkish red to a dark, reddish brown. He doesn't have the cream coloured area on his left palm, and his clothes have changed a bit. He is wearing a larger pair of red and tan shoes, and a different coloured pair of pants.
Crash Nitro Kart Crunch Bandicoot In Kart
Crash Nitro Kart
(In-Kart)
It's basically the same as the previous model, except the ears are longer like in the original design.
Crash Twinsanity Crunch Bandicoot
Crash Twinsanity This model mostly resembles the original design, with a few changes. Crunch is much smaller in appearance, due to an oversight by the developers. His clothes are a slightly different colour too, and the hair in his ears has grown longer and thicker. Like all Crash Twinsanity models, Crunch now has five fingers instead of the usual four.
Crash Tag Team Racing Crunch Bandicoot
Crash Tag Team Racing This model mostly resembles the out of kart model from Crash Nitro Kart, with a few changes. Crunch's fur is even browner, and the ears are even shorter. His left ear is now metallic. The cream coloured fur doesn't connect from his chest to his mouth anymore, nor from his mouth to his nose. Crunch's abs are bigger, his waist and legs are broader, the belt is thicker, and the pants are slightly different. His shoes are a different shape, and have gotten bigger and flatter. The Mohawk is shorter and the eyes have changed from blue to red. Crunch now has four fingers again, instead of five like in Twinsanity.
Crunch Bandicoot Mind over Mutant
Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Mutant Crunch has reverted back to his magenta colour in a taller body. His hair is a full Mohawk. His left ear is organic again. Crunch also has fangs and small claws, and his robotic arm is completely different, having gotten much bigger and gone from a metallic appearance to a steampunk look. His torso has gained a couple of scars. His pants now have a brown tinge and the boots are completely different.

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