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For its remake in Sonic Generations, see Planet Wisp (Sonic Generations).

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Quotation1 Next stop, Planet Wisp. This attraction is currently off-limits as it is still under construction and may not be dangerous enough for visitors yet. Quotation2
Dr. Eggman

Planet Wisp (プラネットウィスプ Puranettou~isupu?) is the fourth, fifth, or sixth Area of Sonic Colors (depending which stage the player chooses). It is the homeworld of the Wisps, which is said to have been created by Mother Wisp. The planet has been occupied by Eggman, who is reconstructing the planet for use in his Interstellar Amusement Park.


Being a construction site, the level has large amounts of Eggman's machinery, tearing apart the original plant life and rock and replacing it with red steel. The Egg Pawns have a construction worker outfit in this level. The planet is "off-limits" to visitors, since it's not dangerous enough yet. This level has six Acts (two in the DS version) and a boss.

Eggman doesn't make any in-game announcements in this stage, since visitors aren't supposed to be there.




Planet Wisp Act 1 Map (Wii)

This Area's boss is called Refreshinator. It is quite similar to Tropical Resort's boss, Rotatatron, as it resembles a one-eyed, long-armed robot climbing on a ferris wheel. However, this boss is more difficult, with quicker attacks and circular platforms. Sonic can use Pink Spikes to stay on the platforms. Refreshinator's eye is its weak point, and can only be damaged when it is open. When the boss closes its eye, it fires lasers in several directions that rotate around the wheel, causing the platforms to spin. It usually takes four hits to defeat Refreshinator, but it can be defeated in two hits using Pink Spikes.

Nintendo DS

On the Nintendo DS, the boss is a variation of Globotron called Drillinator. It has two drills that spin around on its arms. It can also launch the drills up in the air and make them spin around the stage. After boosting into it, Sonic will obtain the Yellow Drill Wisp, allowing him to dig beneath the main platform and hit its weak point. Drillinator will also recharge its health if Sonic doesn't act quick enough.

Other game appearances

Sonic Generations

In Sonic Generations, Planet Wisp appears as the third and final stage of the Modern Era.

Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

In Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, certain prompts and set pieces from Planet Wisp appear as part of Sonic's Figure Skating Spectaücle, such as Wisps and the unique plant life of the planet. Planet Wisp's music also plays partially during this event.

In other media

Archie Comics

Main article: Planet Wisp (Archie)

In the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics, Planet Wisp's history is virtually identical to its game counterpart. It was later visited by the Black Arms who took of its local Wisp speciesmen to cultivate the Dark Arms.

Eggman's Quotes

Through there are no PA announcements play during the acts, in two cutscenes in this world, Eggman says the following:

  • "Attention guests. If you can hear this message, you are trespassing in an area still under renovation. If you are not a robot, please return to the main park areas and ignore anything evil you might have seen here. Thank you."
  • (Quickly)"Some displacement of indigenous aliens and destruction of natural resources may occur. Eggman Enterprises not responsible."
  • "Please remember, all planets in Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park are, as far as you know, wholly owned properties of Eggman Enterprises and its subsidiaries. All unauthorized photography, video reproduction, or shutting down of generators is strictly prohibited. Thank you."



Rank Score
Act 1 Act 2 Act 3 Act 4 Act 5 Act 6
S Rank (Sonic Colors Wii)
1700000 1000000 1200000 800000 650000 1600000
A Rank (Sonic Colors Wii)
1400000 850000 1000000 700000 550000 1250000
B Rank (Sonic Colors Wii)
1100000 650000 800000 600000 450000 900000
C Rank (Sonic Colors Wii)
800000 400000 550000 400000 200000 500000
D Rank (Sonic Colors Wii)
0 0 0 0 0 0


  • With hacks or glitching, players can see that Acts of Planet Wisp are actually loaded as part of one single map. Depending on which of Act the player chooses to play first (For example, Act 1) any gimmicks such as ramps, Rings, Wisp capsules, springs and enemies are not loaded for any other Acts/Segments of the map.
    • The above also applies for almost all other levels and Acts in the game with the exceptions of all three Terminal Velocity Acts and Game Land Acts.
  • This stage reappeared in Sonic Generations along with the Spike and Rocket Wisps.
  • This planet is similar to the Little Planet, as they were both being cyber-formed.
  • The music of Act 2 has a slower tone that sounds similar to Sonic the Hedgehog CD's past themes.
  • This is the only Area in Sonic Colors that doesn't have another Area having the same first letter as this one (Tropical Resort and Terminal Velocity; Sweet Mountain and Starlight Carnival; Aquarium Park and Asteroid Coaster).
  • This is the only Area where there are no PA announcements playing during the Acts.
  • In the Wii version of Sonic Colors, the Yellow Drill is never used on Planet Wisp, while in the Nintendo DS version it appears in all three Acts (Acts 1 and 2 and Drillinator fight). Thus, this is one of the three Areas (the others being Starlight Carnival and Asteroid Coaster) that doesn't use the Yellow Wisp in the Wii version.
  • The music that plays in the Boss Act uses part of Deep Core's music from Sonic Rush Adventure.


Song Name Music Track Length Composer/Performer
Planet Wisp - Act 1
Planet Wisp Act 1
5:07 Kenichi Tokoi
Planet Wisp - Act 2
Planet Wisp Act 2
4:25 Kenichi Tokoi
Planet Wisp - Act 3
Planet Wisp Act 3
3:55 Kenichi Tokoi
Area - Planet Wisp
Area - Planet Wisp
4:56 Mariko Nanba



Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 1 Full HD 1080p 60 FPS02:00

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 1 Full HD 1080p 60 FPS

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 2 HD02:55

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 2 HD

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 3 HD02:09

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 3 HD

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 4 HD02:20

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 4 HD

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 5 HD01:10

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 5 HD

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 6 HD02:50

Sonic Colors - Planet Wisp Act 6 HD

Nintendo DS

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Act 1 1080p HD02:34

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Act 1 1080p HD

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Act 2 1080p HD02:50

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Act 2 1080p HD

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 1 1080p HD00:57

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 1 1080p HD

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 2 1080p HD00:32

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 2 1080p HD

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 3 1080p HD01:23

DesMume "Sonic Colors DS" - "Planet Wisp" Mission 3 1080p HD

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