Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Now Available on Google Play

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Fans of the classic Sonic game from the late 1990’s must be ready for a redesigned fantastic adventure side by side with the loved character and his active friends. We just heard that a new version of Sonic The Hedgehog 2 is on the go for Android and iOS. Via Google Play or App Store all users can download the game from tomorrow – for the first time on Android and as an update for iOS smartphones. Seems that Simon Thomley and Christian Whitehead, the developers, made a very good work as they managed to finish the Hidden Palace Zone level.

As our source revealed, the new version brings back on our sight the Hidden Palace Zone level that helps Sonic become Super Sonic after the emeralds are in his “bag”. The Hidden Palace Zone was seen in a beta version but vanished in the final one. As for iOS variant, this level will be an update. Besides a transformed level, Sonic The Hedgehog 2 introduces a Casino Night Zone or Chemical Plant level with a new sound, a 60fps frame rate from the very first Sonic game and the possibility to play the game on full screen on wide displays.

If we count the Boss Attack mode, where Sonic fans must fight against Eggman or Robotnik and the levels from the first Sonic version game we’ll realize the game transformation is just what you need for a palpitant race through all kind of featured zones with lots of obstacles and clever movements for a glorious final.

In Google Play, Sonic The Hedghog 2 will be sold at $2.99 (U.S.) and £2.18 (UK). After this game, SEGA is preparing four more “gifts”: Demon Tribe, Go Dance and Rhythm Thief & The Paris Caper, but just for iOS; Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will be available for Android and iOS.

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