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This location exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic Boom continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
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Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
Seaside Coast

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Seaside Coast is the first area in Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal. It is a tropical region on the coast side of Seaside Island and is where Team Sonic's residences are located. When Amy was kidnapped by Lyric, Sonic the Hedgehog came to Seaside Coast to gather his allies for the search for Amy.

Overview

World Map Seaside Coast

Seaside Coast's World Map.

Seaside Coast, like its name states, is a tropical coast on Seaside Island with palm trees, sandy beaches, lush jungles, clean pools of water and rivers, Seaside Island-styled huts and fauna like sea turtles and crabs. It is also here the known residences of Team Sonic can be found.

In Seaside Beach, the level takes place on a sandy beach with a mountain range bordering the beach, where the mountains' feet mingle with the beach. There are also a few palm trees, bushes, large statues from the Ancients, clear rivers and thin waterfalls. A mild breeze is as well always shirring up some sand. Closer to the water, some small islands with palm trees can be spotted in the sea. Near the sea are also wooden scaffoldings and paths, and a few Seaside Island-styled huts. Fauna in both areas includes dolphins (or sharks) and red crabs.

In Seaside Jungle, the level takes place in the outer fringes of a jungle with limited foliage on the outer rim. Like Seaside Beach, Seaside Jungle is a mountainous region with rivers, waterfalls and some Ancient ruins. However, the ground here is covered in grass and moss, and tropical trees are everywhere. There are also several wooden paths and the lower paths lead through canyons. Deeper into the jungle, the jungle grows darker and denser, akin to a rainforest, and has bioluminescent insects flying around.

Story

Having learned that Lyric the Last Ancient had kidnapped Amy, Sonic traveled to Seaside Coast to gather his friends for a rescue mission. Enlisting Tails, the fox made a program that could clean the logs on Amy's broken AVA so they could find out where she had been. The duo then decided to recruit Sticks as well, despite fearing her reaction over having her BFF kidnapped.

When Tails (who was reluctantly elected to talk to Sticks) got through Sticks' paranoid ramblings, Sticks was left surprisingly excited over Amy's kidnaping. She then left to save Amy and make snake boots out of Lyric for her. However, her attempt at an impulse rescue was halted by Sonic, who convinced her to work together with him and Tails, after he helped get her boomerang out of a Buzzsaw. Tails then showed up with some cleaned logs that revealed that Amy and Knuckles had been at the Scrapyard, making the trio head for said location.

Gameplay

Seaside Coast's adventure levels, like the others, are divided into two parts (the foreground and background) that run parallel to each other, which can be traveled between with the Slingshot. Standard gimmicks here include Bounce Pads, Boost Pads, Enerbeam Swings and disappearing platforms. Hazardous obstacles in Seaside Coast include stationary rollers with spikes, red panels with blowtorches, and pools of water. Touching such obstacles will damage the player and return the characters to an earlier position. Seaside Coast also has collectibles scattered about which unlock extra content if collected and breakable obstacles that give extra Rings.

Like other adventure levels, Seaside Coast's have several character-specific gimmicks for the playable characters. These include dash blocks for Sonic, Air Vents and Sea Fox sections for Tails, Burrow spots for Knuckles, and Boomerang Switches for Sticks.

Description

Seaside Beach

Seaside Beach is the area's first adventure level, which takes place on the seacoast. The foreground is set on the beach, while the background is set closer to the water. It is available from the start of the game. When first playing this level, only Sonic is playable.

At the start, keeping following the right paths until a Slingshot appears. Use it and follow the path on the right to another Slingshot just below a second floor. Use it and go down the first dash block on the right. Keeping going down the right paths from there to reach another dash block in the ground and go through it. Keep going right after that and a Slingshot will appear. Use it and keep taking the right paths on the new path to reach the next Slingshot. Use it, cross the gab on the left from there and move upward to reach the next Slingshot.

After using the Slingshot, the player can either keep following the path on the right, or take the Burrow segment found earlier for a shortcut, to reach the next Slingshot. From there, continue to the right to reach the goal.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Get six Blueprints Sonic Badge
Get five Crystal Shards Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 150 Rings Token
Reach goal in 06:40 min Token

Seaside Jungle

Seaside Jungle is the area's second adventure level, which takes place in the jungle. The foreground is set in the outer fringes of the jungle, while the background is set inside the denser parts. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Beach and obtaining one Sonic Badge.

At the start, the player can follow the left path, which splits in two later, or take the route to the right which requires Sticks. Either way, the routes will lead to a Slingshot. On the next path after the Slingshot, stick to the right-orientated path options to reach another Slingshot. Use it, and the player can again either go right or left. Several paths can be taken from there, though most of them eventually lead to the uppermost path (one lower path leads to a more obscure route). On this top path, go left until another Slingshot appears.

After using the Slingshot, go right and up with an Air Vent. The player can then either go right and upward or follow the path on the left to reach the upper path, which has the goal at the end.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Get six Blueprints Sonic Badge
Get five Crystal Shards Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 200 Rings Token
Reach goal in 05:00 min Token

Worm Tunnel

Main article: Worm Tunnel

The Worm Tunnel is a bonus level where the player must race to the end of an obstacle course while dealing with Driller Worms. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Jungle and obtaining two Sonic Badges.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 250 Rings Token
Reach goal in 01:52 min Token

Seaside Race

In Seaside Race, the player has their first rival race. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Jungle and obtaining three Sonic Badges. For this race, the player controls Sonic. Here, the player must race Sticks the Badger through the jungle and beat her to the goal to proceed.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 225 Rings Token
Reach goal in 01:40 min Token

Sonic's Shack

Main article: Sonic's Shack

Sonic's Shack is Sonic's residence. Here, the player can listen to the game's soundtracks, replay story cinematics, or read the prologue comic for the game. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Beach.

Tails' Workshop

Tails' Workshop is next to Tails' House and where Tails tinkers with his inventions. Here, the player can assemble Blueprints with the pieces found in the levels to unlock new abilities and items. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Beach.

Amy's House

Main article: Amy's House

Amy's House is Amy's residence. Here, the player can play a sequence where everyone on Team Sonic are dancing to random music. It becomes available after collecting all 34 Sonic Badges in the game.

Sticks' Burrow

Main article: Sticks' Burrow

Sticks' Burrow is Sticks' residence. Here, the player can bring the Crystal Shards found in the levels to rebuilt the Lost Crystal of Power. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Jungle.

Q-N-C's Toy Shop

Main article: Q-N-C's Toy Shop

This building is the local shop owned by Q-N-C. Here, the player can trade Tokens for toys and display their current collection. It becomes available after clearing Seaside Beach.

Music

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Coast Map04:08

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Coast Map

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Beach04:07

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Beach

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Beach 204:33

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Beach 2

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Race(Vs Sticks)04:16

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Race(Vs Sticks)

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Jungle 204:25

Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Seaside Jungle 2


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