Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing arrives on Android

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While owners of Android devices across the Sonic fandom have been busy celebrating the news that endless runner Sonic Dash will indeed be coming to their mobile platform of choice very soon, it seems SEGA have quietly released another little (and belated) surprise on the Google Play store. That’s right, the original Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing – released in 2010 on home consoles and a little while back for iOS devices – is now available to download for Android!

This madcap racer from Sumo Digital stars 13 characters from across SEGA’s history and allows you to compete in 25 missions and 4 grand prix cups. The game costs just £1.60 and you can purchase it from the Google Play store here.

Thanks to SSMB member LukA8 for the find!

Will you be downloading Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing for Android? Or are you holding out for Sonic Dash instead?

Source: Google Play Store

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5 Comments

  1. Well I like Sonic and Sega all stars racing on Android copy by Nintendo DS and I pad , and IPod, or I phone. plus Sonic and all stars racing Transformed is most popular game ever.

  2. I have download the Android version and played two races so far. You have five AI cars to beat.

    In my first race I finished 5th, in my second I finished 1st. The lag isn’t really a problem so far. The controls are straightforward. You have a weapon button, boost button and you tilt your phone to move left and right. It plays pretty well for the most part. The music and dialogue sounds perfectly fine. Looks and feels like a good port.

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