SEGA release Sonic Jump Fever to Google Play

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Sonic fans have a new title to check out in the Google Play store. In a follow-up to their 2012 title Sonic Jump, SEGA has released Sonic Jump Fever. In addition to the standard improvements in areas like graphics, the main change for this sequel is the move from being a premium app to being a free app with in-app purchases available. SEGA also incorporates play against your friends and leaderboard rankings much more in this title putting more emphasis on social aspects. » Read the rest

Sonic Dash lets you play as Bugdroid and an Android-like Sonic

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For a limited time, you can play as some very special characters in Sonic Dash. The first is Bugdroid! The little guy that represents Android is a playable character in the game and after fifty times playing with him, you unlock the next special character. As you can see in the picture above, an Android-like Sonic is unlocked.

Hit the break for download links and let us know how you feel about both Bugdroid and the Android-like Sonic. » Read the rest

Sega’s ‘Sonic Jump Fever’ set for summer launch on Android

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E3 is here, and all of the major gaming companies are beginning to announce the new titles they’ll be releasing in the next year.

SEGA today announced ‘Sonic Jump Fever,’ a new installment of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.

This game is a bit more social than others before it, as it centers around beating your friends’ scores. You can chose your character and compete in vertical jumping challenges, much like Doodle Jump in the Sonic universe. There are a bunch of power-ups and boosters to collect as well as unique character abilities.

The actual release date is not known, but stay tuned for more as the beginning of summer comes closer. Hit the break for the game’s promotional video.

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Crazy Taxi: City Rush coming later this year, SEGA makes the original free in the Play Store through March 19

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Need more Crazy Taxi? SEGA is working on a new installment for the series, titled Crazy Taxi: City Rush. Being that the focus is solely on mobile platforms, SEGA can optimize the experience properly. Kenji Kanno, creator of Crazy Taxi, says that “We are delivering a truly fun game that captures everything our fans love about the original and infusing it with several new features to create an even more fantastic and memorable experience.” The graphics will be much more smooth and vibrant and the mechanics finely tuned.

But as you wait for City Rush to make its way to the Play Store, SEGA is making the original Crazy Taxi more appealing. From now through March 19 (Wednesday), Crazy Taxi can be downloaded for absolutely nothing.

Hit the break for Crazy Taxi: City Rush’s teaser trailer and download links for the original. » Read the rest

Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed races onto the Play Store for $4.99

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Sega is continuing their tradition of releasing Sonic the Hedgehog games on mobile devices, with the latest being Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed. It’s a little pricey at $4.99, but there’s a laundry list of features to make it a compelling purchase.

There are 10 available characters to choose from, each with their own unique transforming vehicle, with more scheduled to be released at some point in the future. The tracks are dynamically generated and there are multiple routes, power ups, and road hazards to deal with, which adds some replayability to the same courses. The control scheme has also been tailored for mobile devices, and Sega has built in full controller support if you use a mobile gamepad. » Read the rest

SEGA holding holiday sale with Sonic games for up to 80% off

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Sonic the Hedgehog fans, today is your lucky day. In the Google Play Store, you can purchase five games from the beloved franchise for up to 80% off. The sale runs from tomorrow, December 21, through New Year’s Day, January 1. Most of the games have been reduced to $0.99 or $1.99 while one game is now free.

Here are the prices with links to the Play Store:

  • Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing — $0.99 from $3.99 [Play Store]
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 — $0.99 from $4.99 [Play Store]
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 — $0.99 from $1.99 [Play Store]
  • Sonic CD — $0.99 from $2.99 [Play Store]
  • Sonic Jump — FREE from $0.99 [Play Store]

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 now in the Google Play Store

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Today is a great day for Sonic fans as Sonic The Hedgehog 2 is now in the Play Store. This is directly from Sega so it’s the real deal. This version has been remastered for mobile, meaning built from the ground up. This includes the graphics and audio, but they threw in some extras like the mysterious Hidden Palace Zone with new enemies and hazards and a  showdown with Dr. Eggman. The game costs $2.99. Hit the break for the full list of features and download links.

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Sega releases Sonic Dash in the Play Store, no price attached

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After being available on iOS for quite some time, Sega has released Sonic Dash into the Play Store. In true Sonic fashion, he’s running; however, unlike other editions of the popular franchise, this one doesn’t have the hedgehog traveling from left to right. Sonic Dash is like Temple Run in that you are running forward, dodging enemies and obstacles that enter your path. It is free-to-play, so you can give this a whirl without having to pay anything.

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Sega’s Football Manager Handheld 2014 promoted to Google Play

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If you are a game player who leans toward titles that rely on strategy, titles that put you in the middle of a simulated world or situation, and you enjoy the game of soccer, then Football Manager Handheld 2014 may be something you will want to check out. FMH 2014 puts players in the role of management of a soccer club as you try to build a perennial contender. » Read the rest

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