Interesting game. Plenty to keep you occupied. Lots of characters to unlock and challenges to beat However, poorly placed ads ruin the experience. If there was not a 30 second ad after every run I would give this 5 stars. However you lose one for the ad intrusion.
It can get very addicting. I like that nothing is really shoved in your face (minus ads, but those can be avoided). The controls are easy to use, maybe a little stiff, but not enough to hurt the game. Good on ya, SEGA!
Vector, Rouge, Cream, Mountain Zone and Cosmic Zone are still waiting to be released...for almost three years now! This game is so neglected it's just sad. Can't even get all its content released while Sonic Dash has weird crossover-events going on all the time that don't even have anything to do with Sonic.
The music is impressive but I'm not surprised. Sonic games tend to do that even on Android titles. Sega's musicians are top notch. The gameplay, while different from Runners, is definitely something I would suggest to other Runners players. It's simple, addictive, looks nice, sounds nice, and responds well on my low performance phone.
Game is good with some issues. Adds are normal as it's a free game but when some adds come after the spin and after the stage complete, there is no way to go back to the the game. The add screen stuck there only. To play the game you have to close the entire game and open it again
A pretty good game, easy to farm for power ups, has a bit of an exponential curve once your fever gets past a certain level that it becomes easier to work towards something. I think the hardest part of the game is befriending Chao due to the limited amount of energy you get per day. Not a pay-to-play intensive game, fortunately.
Optimizations and refinements to improve your game experience.