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Alton Towers is an amusement park resort located in Staffordshire, England and gains about 2.7 million visitors every year. It is also known as where Roger Craig Smith first started voicing Sonic for the Sonic Spinball ride and Sonic City. Alton Towers also has a Sonic-themed room in the resort hotel. Which opened along with the rethemed Spinball Whizzer ride in 2010.
The Sonic The Hedgehog Room
As you walk into the room, you are greeted by Sonic (voiced by Rojer Craig Smith) saying one of many recordings. Inside the room there is one double bed and a bunk bed. The room has Splash Hill Zone themed carpet and wallpaper. There is a quiz hung up on the wall which asks four questions about what the visitor can see in the room. Answering the questions and inputting the answers into the locked cabinet under the TV will unlock it and reveal a draw full of chocolate coins. The room also includes a Xbox 360, a PS3 and a Nintendo Wii. The games included are:
- Sonic and the Black Knight for Wii.
- Samba de Amigo for Wii.
- Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing for Xbox 360.
- Sonic Generations for Xbox 360.
- The LEGO Movie Videogame for Xbox 360.
Despite having a PS3 in the room, no games for that system are given to the visitor.
The bathroom features two glass cabinets next to the sink on either side, holding various plus hides of Sonic characters and replica Choas Emerelds.
- Sonic Spinball was actually not Sonic's first appearance at Alton Towers, he appeared in the 1994-2005 dark ride, Toyland Tours.