Latest Sonic Forces: Speed Battle Update Adds Sandy Hills Track

HARDlight Studios’ mobile multiplayer racer, Sonic Forces: Speed Battle, has just received a brand new update which adds, among other things, a new track to compete in. Fans of Sonic Forces will recognise Sandy Hills, the warped version of Green Hill that acts as the opening stage for the console game. Continue reading Latest Sonic Forces: Speed Battle Update Adds Sandy Hills Track

Sonic Forces Speed Battle – “Behind the Screens” Reveals Silver and Metal Sonic

Hardlight Studios have released episode one of their developer diary for Sonic Forces: Speed Battle. The behind the screens feature gives insight into the games’ development process…and even teases what to expect in the future!

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Sonic Dash Gameplay Trailer, Screenshots Emerge

TouchGameplay has just uploaded footage of Hardlight Studio’s recent efforts, Sonic Dash, set to release on iOS devices tomorrow!

SEGA’s newest mobile game, inspired by endless runner titles such as Temple Run, pits Sonic and his friends against an infinite obstacle course where you jump, avoid, spin, and dash through enemies and objects.

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This is exactly the kind of game I expect to become addicting really, really quickly. The graphics, the music, and the fitting nature of the game… it’s gorgeous!

Screenshots have also been uploaded on Sonic Dash‘s New Zealand iTunes page, which you can observe after the jump! Eh? Eh? See what I… okay.

Special thanks to Seraphinprincess for the tip!

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Report: Sonic Dash Launches on the App Store This Thursday

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SEGA weren’t kidding when they said Sonic Dash will be released “soon”, if a report from Pocket Gamer France is to be believed. The website, which revealed a bunch of details about the game on Friday, claims Sonic Dash will be released on the App Store this Thursday. With SEGA only formally unveiling the game today with bare bones details and some artwork, many wouldn’t expect a release so soon. iOS games are often released about two weeks after their announcement and SEGA hasn’t even shown any screenshots or video footage of it.

Looking back, though, SEGA did list it in that Hardlight Studio job advertisement last week as a past success, like the game is complete and ready to go.

Source: Pocket Gamer France