Sonic all-star finally on android I love this game it'S fun, beautiful and affordable. There are 2 controll methods tilt or slide I prefer the slide. If you love sonic and kart racers it's a must have. But there are some problems with the game 1 I can't sign into g+ second the music in levels at least in samba de Amigo level doesnt turn on untill I press the pause and even then it turns off later. And is there any chance for a controller support?
Fun game but you can tell it's several years old I love Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing (but nowhere near as much as I love Sonic Transformed) so I bought this in a heartbeat. The game runs very smoothly on my Nexus 7 2013, but I suspect half of that is due to the low resolution the game runs at. I believe this version is a modified port of the Nintendo DS version, and graphically it shows. It's not a very pretty looking game, and a lot of the audio and sound prompts are missing compared to the Steam/console versions. Worth £1.60 but needs polish.
Fun Cart Game Sonic All-Stars is a very fun cart game replete with the love/hate tropes of the genre (expect plenty of missiles up your bum when you're in first place). The tracks are great, the carts are cool and there is plenty of charm to boot. My only minor gripe is that you can't save mid-Championship and they take about 15-20 minutes to complete, making this somewhat unsuitable for the pick-up-and-play style used in most mobile games.
Good game, good graphics and it runs very smooth. It's not a great game but its a decent kart racer so its worth the price. But why on earth is there a menu button that does nothing? Get rid of it, it's taking up screen space on my HTC One.
I Want To Love This But I Can't I d/ld the Android version of S&SASR to play on Nvidia Shield when away from my PC (I usually stream PC version of same game). I want to love this port, and could easily ignore the design compromises made for mobile platforms (still pretty and retains charm of the larger game). I can't overlook the awful controls. I've tried mapping the controller myself, d/ling community mappings, and using built-in touch/tilt controls -- none provide any sort of precision. Sega's Monkeyball games have same problem.
Awesome Awesome, best game I've played I android. Runs perfectly smooth on my s4. Only thing I would like is a floating joystick for the turning controls. Often times I take my finger off the screen, then back down again to make a precise turn, but I miss the joystick and the end up not turning the vehicle as I wanted to. Otherwise, controls are flawless and responsive