Developed by Hardlight and distributed by Sega, Sonic Dash is an endless runner and platformer video game. It is the second game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, released on November 26th, 2013 for Android.
Sonic Dash is presented as an endless runner, similar to the Rayman Jungle Run and the Temple Run video games. In the game, the player leads Sonic through levels, getting rings and abstaining hurdles and foes.
Unlike other games in the series, Sonic abruptly moves forward at all times, similar to Sonic and the Secret Rings. Players in this game can compete for achievements like “fastest time” or “longest distance.”
Key features of gameplay
1- Features 3D graphics, set in an environment based on the Seaside Hill level of Sonic Heroes.
2- Rings can be gathered throughout the levels, and can be used to purchases further content, like upgrades, items, or additional playable characters.
3- Retains the objective system where players granted a permanent score multiplier increase for every set of three objectives completed.
4- Red star rings can be found throughout the levels, and can be used to buy new characters, including Knuckles, Tails, Shadow, Blaze, Amy, Rouge, Silver, and Cream.
5- The Android version comes with an exclusive character in the form of the Android robot.
Key features of the game
1- The world most popular Sonic the Hedgehog star in his first endless runner game.
2- Sonic’s incredible dash move at an insane speed, destroying almost everything in its path!
3- Amazing abilities to jump over barriers, dodge hazards and speed around loop de loops.
4- Player can choose to play as one of Sonic’s friends, including Shadow, Tails, and Knuckles.
5- Chance to face off against two of Sonic’s biggest rivals, the devastatingly deadly Zazz from Sonic Lost World, and the always scheming and cunning Dr. Eggman.
6- Option to invite others on the leader boards or challenge them through Facebook to prove who the best speed runner is!
Related Games: Temple Run – An Endless Running Adventure
Reception of Sonic Dash
Based on 26 reviews. Review aggregator Meteoritic calculated a score of 69 out of 100. Destructoid gave the game a 7 out of 10, admiring the game’s control, stating that the “swipe”-based motions worked better than the tilt-based ones typical of the genre.
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