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Ok now i was a big fan of the first sonic runners. I loved the levels, the great selection of buddies and characters, the modes etc.. when they announced the closure of the first game a got depressed because i only got to play it for 2 months. But when i found out that a new sonic runners game was coming out i literally freaked out. And being honest i expected it to be free but no...(that doesn’t matter anymore) and i expected a lot of characters, buddies and infinite levels(levels that do not end when completing goals) also a leaderboard. I know that the levels are not randomly generated because its an offline game and that feature was my top wish that happens to sonic runners and thank you for that. The thing is that i have some suggestions. First, you could add more characters, buddies and LEVELS of course. You could also add an endless mode by all means that works offline “have some map layouts saved for endless mode that changes randomly as the race progresses so that endless layouts are not the same”that is one of my top wishes now. And finally, some elements of the first one. Thats all i have in mind. But out of that its well made. Please read this
I have no idea why some people say that this is better than the original. I mean on its own it’s ok but it somehow feels like a beta version of the old one with how much it lacks when compared. Over the course of 2 weeks I managed to 100% during my free time and now there is no reason to return to it. There’s no endless mode, not a lot of challenge, and the gameplay is boring. In the old one there where wisps, granted there where not a lot of them, but they would give you fun abilities to use. In this one there is none of that. Also the characters all play the same and feel the same. The only difference is how they look and there abilities. The old at least had characters who played differently. Also team chaotix breaks the games in half when it comes to ring upgrades since you can buy magnets and invincibility. Overall I don’t see a reason why a person should buy this game when a better had already existed and was technically free to play.
I really enjoy this game, it’s a fun and challenging game that I often pick up to play. At first it was just when I had some time to kill waiting in lines, but then I found myself coming back frequently! The app works great on my iPad Pro. Unfortunately, however, it is extremely frustrating to use on my iPhone X. The game requires landscape mode, which is fine, but it constantly seems to think I’m trying to leave the game to multitask, pausing the game and bringing up the app tray or going to the home screen. I then have to return to the game and wait several seconds to restart the run. This isn’t something occasional; it happens several times in every run. It becomes very frustrating. It seems like the game is hypersensitive to touch. I make a point to avoid touching the screen with more than just my one fingertip, but it isn’t easy given that it’s a full screen app with no bezels or space to hold the phone while you play. I really hope they improve the app for iPhone X. Until then, however, I’m limited to playing this on my iPad Pro. It’s unfortunate, though, as I would play a lot more often if I could do it on my phone.
I’ll start off by saying, I loved the original Sonic Runners. The endless 2D runner got challenging without being annoying. The pay to win gimmick was questionable, and there was the god forsaken roulette to get new characters and buddies, but it was overall a great mobile game. It even had its own amazing soundtrack. I this sequel, they did fix some features such as removing the roulette and having a fixed price, but they took the magic out of the endless runner by making it to where there are finite levels, rather than progressing through the story based on how far you got in the endless level. The levels in the game that are infinite have a set goal which ends the level upon completion or if the timer runs out. The game also has no new music, which is a letdown considering the original had an entire original soundtrack. This game also provides very little fan service other than having multiple characters, but even the original had more. This game still has charm as levels can be challenging. This is a good sequel, but it still needs to live up to the original. And provide more fan service, original music, and become a great endless runner like it’s predecessor
Love this game. Fast paced levels, challenging, and maintains the essence of classic Sonic games. There are lots of characters to choose from, each with their own benefits and slightly different play style. I like that the game is not as simple as "tap at the perfect time or die" like many others are. If you make mistakes there are penalties, but you can get away with some mistakes better than others. And there are a few different ways to play each level, so trying new things is encouraged. There needs to be a lot more content, though. This game can easily be beaten in a day, including most of the stars and upgrades. I also wish the hero team was more useful. They don't collect rings as easily as chaos team, and don't seem to give any benefit to robot kills like team dark, so I never use them unless it's required to achieve a star. Otherwise the game is pretty well balanced. I hope the developers keep supporting this game, adding content and making improvements; they've done a fantastic job so far!
Developed by Gameloft.
Sonic Runners Adventure is ranking in Games & Adventure & Action
Last update was at Jan 04, 2019and the current version is 1.0.4.
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Sonic Runners Adventure have a 13 157a user reviews.
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