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Quotation1 Instantly warps in front of the enemies (up to five) for a chain off attacks. Quotation2
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) instruction manual[1]

Chaos Snap (カオススナップ Kaosusunappu?) is a move by Shadow the Hedgehog in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006). It is a variant of the Chaos Attack where Shadow warps between opponents to strike.

Description

The Chaos Snap is an enhanced version of Shadow's Chaos Attack, his kicks and punches being multiplied in power and speed due to Chaos energy. When performing this move, Shadow enters his Chaos Boost state and uses Chaos Control to warp between opponent where he lands several fierce hits on them.

In gameplay, Chaos Snap allows the player to deal more damage to enemies over a greater range. Additionally, Shadow can now destroy steel containers and break down rocks.[2] If there is no enemy when doing the Chaos Snap, the move will shorten the range of Shadow's Homing Attack.

To use Chaos Snap in gameplay, the player must have purchased the Memory Shard (blue) at a Shop. The player must then activate the Chaos Boost and then press XboxA/PSXButton during jump to attack with the Chaos Snap. If the player uses Chaos Snap on an enemy and holds XboxA/PSXButton down, Shadow will float in midair and will not attack until the player resumes attacking, though the player can still rotate Shadow's direction. Hanging in mid-air does give the player full invulnerability against any attacks though.

Trivia

  • There is a similar move used by Lancelot when he uses Soul Surge in Sonic and the Black Knight called Chaos Punishment which resemble the Chaos Snap.
  • Originally, it would have been a Level Up Item for the move called Chaos Smash, a scrapped move.
  • The Chaos Snap is very similar to Sonic's Light Speed Attack in that it is a rapid attack on many foes.
  • The player can use Chaos Snap to bypass Cases containing Switches or Springs without destroying any enemies to open the cage.
  • It should be noted that using the move on a spring, give the player more height in the air than usual.

References

  1. Sonic the hedgehog (PlayStation 3) United States instruction booklet, pg. 15.
  2. Sonic the Hedgehog (Xbox 360) Japanese instruction booklet, pg. 18.
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