by Brad Ward, 1 day ago
There is an explosive amount of developers already making games for mobile platforms, and hundreds of thousands more that want to make games for Android, iOS, etc. The problem? Not everyone can afford the tools…
When Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II was released simultaneously on Google Play and NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone back in May, it was a tell tale sign that the game would only be available exclusively for owners of Tegra devices – at least for a limited time. Now that more than a month’s time has passed, the regular version of the game is finally available to download for all Android devices.
The Tegra version of Sonic Episode II comes with more visual oomph and greater level of details, but it doesn’t mean that the regular version of the game is any less appealing and exciting to play and spend time on.
The regular version still comes with that collaborative playing mode that lets your friend take on the role of Tails, Sonic’s trusted sidekick, as the two of you try to take down Dr. Eggman and Metal Sonic. The pairing can be done wirelessly, either via Bluetooth or WiFi. If you own Episode I of the game, you’ll also get to unlock a hidden scenario featuring Sonic’s metallic nemesis.
Both the Tegra and regular version of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II can be downloaded for $6.99 from Google Play Store, which isn’t exactly the lowest priced game in the market. But you’ll definitely get one of best Sonic mobile gaming experiences for that sum of money.