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Friday, December 18, 2020

Sonic Dash

Sonic Dash is a 2013 endless runner mobile game developed by Hardlight and published by Sega. It is Hardlight's second Sonic the Hedgehog game, the first being 2012's Sonic Jump. The game was released in March 2013 for iOS, November 2013 for Android, and December 2014 for Windows Phone and Microsoft Windows, along with an arcade release in November 2015 as Sonic Dash Extreme. It was initially released as a paid application but was made free-to-play a month after its iOS release.


As an endless runner, the goal of Sonic Dash is to avoid obstacles and enemies while collecting rings. Players can compete for higher positions on leaderboards. Rings, which can be earned through gameplay or purchased in app, allow players access to upgrades and additional characters. Additionally, missions in the game give players an objective to attain.


Hardlight, a British development studio owned by Sega, began developing Sonic Dash after completing Sonic Jump. Selection of the game for development came from the insistence of parent company Sega Sammy Holdings president and COO Haruki Satomi. Although the game received mixed reviews, Sonic Dash has been downloaded over 350 million times and generated over US$10.1 million in revenue. Hardlight continues to support the game with updates, additional characters, and features. Sequels have also been produced based on Sonic Boom and Sonic Forces.


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