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The Oddworld Quintology consists of the entire Oddworld series, which originally was supposed to include five Oddysees. As part of the original Quintology, only two "proper" chapters have been released: Abe's Oddysee and Munch's Oddysee; Abe's Exoddus and Stranger's Wrath are considered bonus games and do not count towards the Quintology, instead acting as companions to the series. After the reboot of the series in 2014, the previous timeline is no longer canon, as New 'n' Tasty took Abe's Oddysee's place. The rebooted Quintology is so far made up of New 'n' Tasty and Soulstorm.
The original aborted Quintology was supposed to consist of five Oddysees. Below is a list of the known Oddysees.
The first game in the original Quintology. You play as Abe the Mudokon who helps to rescue his fellow friends from being turned into the latest manufactured product. He discovers the forgotten powers of the Mudokons and returns to free his fellow slaves from the flesh farm.
The second game in the original Quintology in which a Gabbit named Munch struggles to restore his near-extinct species with the help of Abe. The two must infiltrate corporate facilities with the help of Mudokons, Fuzzles and possessed Sligs alike to steal the fortune needed to win back the last can of Gabbit eggs.
Squeek's Oddysee is believed to be the third part of the original Quintology, but has yet to be announced in any formal capacity. It was presumably cancelled when Oddworld Inhabitants development team closed down.
New 'n' Tasty
Directly following Abe's Oddysee's story and set in the same locations with most of the same layouts, New 'n' Tasty follows Abe as he rescues his fellow Mudokons from being turned into a food product, discovers ancient powers in unfamiliar lands and destroys Rupture Farms.
Soulstorm takes the place of Munch's Oddysee, following that game's themes of a Mudokon uprising and exploiting the Glukkon system to the Mudokon's benefit, but following a modified version of Abe's Exoddus' events. Abe leads the former Rupture Farms employees through industrial facilities, discovering the truth about the Mudokons' past and igniting a rebellion across Mudos, while working to free his people from the chemically induced chains that tie them all down.