jueves, 7 de marzo de 2013

Sonic Jump Tips, Trick, Cheat & Hack

The original platform jumper is back as Sonic leaps up an all new vertically challenging adventure in stunning HD graphics!
Play as Sonic or his friends leaping through familiar and new Sonic worlds to battle Dr. Eggman, as you tilt and tap your way through fixed Story levels and Arcade infinite modes.
Play as your favourite characters including Sonic, Tails & Knuckles, each with their own unique abilities.
Jump across the legendary Green Hill Zone or take to new worlds including Mountain & Jungle Zones.
Leap through 48 different levels on a quest to stop the evil Dr. Eggman.
Jump until you drop in the infinite Arcade Mode, where where it ends depends on how long you can jump for.
Fight in epic boss battles between Sonic and his arch-rival Dr. Eggman!
Compete against friends to see who can jump highest in Arcade Mode or set epic scores in leaderboards.
Collect rings as you play the game, or purchase them in store, to unlock characters, power ups and more.

I got this game for my 6 yr old but I play it more than he does! Really fun, great missions and powerups. Definitely worth the price.
Some people think this is inspired by doodle jump when this is actually a remake of another Sonic jump before smart phones were even prominent. This game provides a great challenge in pure sonic style!
Force closes sometimes but plays smoothly for Droid 3. Game is fun. Strange going from horizontal to vertical but it works. Kinda felt like the in game purchases were weird but I guess if you want to spend the money it would be worth it. Overall decent game. Good job Sega and the developers.
After paying they still push you to buy stuff in game. Yeah, it's YOUR choice to, but it's just irritating to have it shoved down your throat. The game is wonderful; first non-derpy Sonic game in years.
The graphics are tight and the sound is polished, but the tilt-to-pay mechanics in any game make me feel like I'm biding my time until the end, rather than becoming a perfectionist.
Successfully made a jumping game in the Sonic universe. Would have liked the classic level complete and death music and cash register sound when tallying points, but otherwise the music is really good, reminds me of a combination of the Genesis soundtracks and the Sonic Advance one. Feels like Sonic, and I turn to this when I get frustrated with the on-screen controls in the hardcore side-scroller games.