Posted by Ellis Spice on July 10th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Sonic Jump Fever, SEGA’s competitive high-score follow-up to their vertical platformer Sonic Jump, is now available on the App Store. To celebrate this a launch a new trailer has been unveiled, showing off the kind of combo jumping Sonic and his pals can pull off in-game now.
You can grab Sonic Jump Fever off the App Store for free.
Over in Los Angeles last week, SEGA announced Sonic Jump Fever – a new competitive multiplayer take on Sonic Jump. Much like the previous incarnation the game will feature jumping gameplay, with the aim of the player being to progress as high as possible via vertical platforming. A bunch of Sonic characters will be available to play as, each with their own unique abilities to go alongside the power-ups scattered along the levels and countless rings to collect.
At the beginning of every round players will be shown the scores of their friends that they’ll be trying to beat. Players won’t be able to rest easy on their high scores however, as leaderboards will be reset twice a week.
Sonic Jump Fever will be free to download when it launches later this Summer.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 22nd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Sonic has spun up a few discounts on his titles, including the newly released Sonic Dash, by dropping the prices of Sonic Dash, Sonic Jump and Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing to $.99 cents. Now would certainly be the time to jump on these titles as the discount is available for a limited time only.
Megan Fox of Glass Bottom Games discusses Jones on Fire, why she decided to switch the game from a free-to-play title with IAP to a game that will be paid without any IAP whatever, and why she feels this way. As well, she discusses why she doesn’t consider it to be necessarily a ‘higher standard’ to be paid with IAP, why she doesn’t see premium games on Android to be a lost cause, and the surprise about Jones on Fire‘s protagonist.
Brett Nolan politely listens to Carter rant about Sonic Dash and why he feels Sega is mis-managing the Sonic series.