SEGA's Sonic the Hedgehog comes to Android now

May 16 2013, 11:00am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog comes to Android now

SEGA has launched its favorite game 'Sonic the Hedgehog' for Androids today. Currently, an iOS app of the game is available at App Store and current iOS users can free update the new version. Now iPhone users can also download this game from Google Play at just a minimum cost of $2.99 (£1.99).

SEGA has announced today that now Android users can also enjoy its famous game of Sonic the Hedgehog. The brand new version of the game is overhauled to support exclusive mobile phones features. This new Android version is much better than the previous iOS version.

Android version of Sonic the Hedgehog added features includes a widescreen support along with a quicker zoom of speed 60 frames/second. Its attacking time mode is also changed along with latest leaderboards and remastered original soundtrack. The achievements section is also modified to play Tails and Knuckles too.

The creator of the game, Dr. Eggman, has used new techniques by which animals in game looks like mechanical monsters. Based on different level, gams has an ending point to stop the world domination for which gamers has to fight. The bluish hero in the game will follow the instructions of run, spin and sprint given by players. Hero has to pass many stages to collect rings, face special challenges and to finally collect the fabled Chaos Emeralds to win the game.

This interesting game is already available at App Store for iOS users. Now android users can download it through Google Play Store. The price of this version is just $2.99 (£1.99/€2.69). While a free update of new version is available for iOS users, which are already playing game on their iPhones, iPads and iPodes.

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