Appearances in other media
Launching the player in certain directions Proving extra amount of running speed
Flat bounce platforms, which are mostly red colored, blue center with yellow star in it.
Springs (, also referred to as スプリング Supuringu ) ? Jump Springs ( and ジャンプバネ Janpu Bane ) ? Springboards, are a common gimmick in the . Springs are utilized to launch the playable character in multiple directions. They are also used to reach otherwise unreachable places or built up huge amounts of running speed in short time. Springs originally made their debut as simple red and yellow platforms, but have since taken on a more distinct design over the course of the series.
Sonic the Hedgehog series
Surmised, Spring allows the playable characters to launch themselves through midair or along the ground. Once a playable character makes contact with a Spring's surface, they are instantly flung a certain distance in the direction the Spring is facing. Because a Spring can be aimed in virtually any direction, there are no trajectory the playable characters cannot be flung along (unless something is blocking the path). The Spring are therefore very useful whenever the player needs to traverse a level. They can for example help a player across a gab, nudge the characters towards a certain spot, help the player reach places and items that are otherwise out of their reach, or take the character down a predetermined path. In fact, it is not uncommon for Springs be aligned so that the player will be send from one Spring to the next whenever the player needs to follow a path they cannot traverse on their own. The player usually has to jump onto the Spring to be launched, although they can bounce off Springs by simply touching them in later games. Later, in 3D games, the Springs can also be targeted with the
The original designs of the Spring in
. Sonic Generations
In earlier game appearances, Springs are presented as red or yellow panels with a gray-colored spring underneath them. When Springs made debut in 3D games such as
and Sonic Jam , Springs featured detailed panels of Sonic Adventure red edges with a gold star in the middle of a blue circle and gray/red springs underneath them. As 3D installments goes on, panels of Springs have also become more rounder in shape with blue/yellow edge lines. Only few games such as and Sonic Adventure 2 reveals that Springs have pointy ends underneath panels. They can be floating in mid-air with propellers (such as Sonic Generations Propeller Springs) or without them. During the series, there have been several other gimmicks based on the Springs.
The modern design of the Soring since
. Sonic Adventure
In earlier installments, red Springs propel the player to a higher elevation, while yellow ones only send the playable character a medium to low distance. Some Springs are hidden underground and will appear when the character moves over them. Springs are usually set in horizontal, vertical or diagonal directions. While the player gets launched into mid-air by vertical and diagonal Springs, horizontal types bounces the player backwards, thereby giving them extra running speed. Certain sections of the
Zone can have pits of Springs or corridors with diagonal pointing Springs. Some Springs can also have floating strings of Rings along the path they send the player.
Zones like Spring Yard Zone and Spring Stadium Zone featuring Springs as main gimmicks. Some enemies throughout the series also use Springs to defend themselves.
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Springs first appear in both the 16-bit and 8-bit versions of
. The game introduced two basic variations of them: Yellow Springs which only bounce the player a small distance into midair, and red Springs which let the player get higher into midair than yellow Springs.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Throughout the game's
Zones, the Springs have special roles; in Green Hill Zone some of the Springs are hidden on top of palm trees, while in the Spring Yard Zone they are a part of pseudo-pinball sections. In the Labyrinth Zone, Springs can send the player even higher if the player bounces on them from the water. Star Light Zone also has Seesaws which work like the Spring.
8-bit version of Sonic the Hedgehog features both variants of Springs like the 16-bit counterpart. The game also exclusively present three variants of Springs in the game's Special Stages, each which let Sonic bounce a different height: green Springs bounces the highest, yellow Springs medium heights, and purple Springs the lowest of all three.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Diagonal type of yellow Spring in
Emerald Hill Zone.
In the 16-bit version of
, Springs are aligned both horizontally and vertically. Additionally, the game introduces for the first time diagonally aligned Springs set on the walls which let the player bounce diagonally into the air, and Springs hidden in the ground.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Like in the previous game, many of the game's
Zones make their own use of the Springs and their mechanics. When the playable characters exits a high-speed warp tube in Chemical Plant Zone, the tube's cover shuts down protrudes and a small red Spring. There are also Catapults and pinball shooters in Casino Night Zone and steam pipes in Metropolis Zone, all of which function similarly to the Springs by sending the player flying through the air. Metropolis Zone also has bumper walls in pits to help the player get out of said pits.
Due to the palette limitations in the
8-bit version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, the game only has regular Springs which come in multiple colors, such as yellow, green, pink and gray.
SegaSonic the Hedgehog
, SegaSonic the Hedgehog Icy Isle has pathways where the walls are lined with horizontal orange Springs. If the player touches these Springs, the playable character will bounce back a small distance.
Sonic the Hedgehog CD
, horizontally, vertically and diagonally aligned red and yellow Springs appear. In this game, Sonic the Hedgehog CD Sonic spins around himself in midair when he bounces on a vertical Spring. Horizontal Springs can also be useful here for time travelling, especially when there are two Springs pointing towards each other. Palmtree Panic and Metallic Madness also feature unique red Springs attached to small wheels which move back and forth, usually on sections with holes in the roofs.
Collision Chaos has arenas of full of vertical Springs, and certain horizontal Springs will pop up from behind to give the player an extra boost of speed on steep ramps. There are even floors in Wacky Workbench that can bounce the player high into the air, an Metallic Madness has crusher pillars the player can bounce on to reach higher levels if they are standing on it. Red Springs (called as Spring Blocks ) also appear in several  Special Stages.
, vertically aligned yellow and red Springs are usually hidden underground. Only the red Springs are aligned horizontally, though vertically and diagonally aligned Springs appear in the Sonic Chaos Special Stages as well.
The game introduces the
Pogo Spring power-up that equips the player with a movable Spring to bounce with. Enemies like the Bane Motora, Frogger or the Turquoise Hill Zone boss Great Bane Motora Gold also have Springs equipped for their use, usually for defense.
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles
A Spring in the Competition mode of
. Sonic the Hedgehog 3
, Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles , yellow and red Springs are horizontally, vertically and diagonally aligned, whereas vertical Springs can be hidden underground or inside breakable obstacles.
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles
In the Gumball Machine version of the
Bonus Stages, red Springs on the bottom of the corridor disappear after being used once, but reappear after collecting green Spring Barrier. The Special Stages of Sonic & Knuckles also have yellow spheres which bounces player forward. For the Competition mode, red Springs appear inside floating bubbles along the course. Tagging this item will make a Spring drop onto the course to catapult careless runners off their course.
An merging horizontal Spring in
. Sonic & Knuckles
Like in previous games, these titles use the Springs and their mechanics in different way for certain
Zones. Marble Garden Zone has the Spiker whose spikes are confusingly capable of bouncing the player like a Spring, while Mushroom Hill Zone's regular mushrooms function like Springs. Flying Battery Zone has some capsules that can the player can bounce on by touching their switch, and as well some pipe hole sections with red Springs that let the player maintain speed when passing through them. Sandopolis Zone has strange-looking stretchy rack between the ground and walls that the player can bounce on as if they were Springs set on walls, and Sky Sanctuary Zone have bouncing clouds whose height of their bounce depends on how fast the player fall on them. Also, one section of Sky Sanctuary Zone has Springs that come out of the ground to bounce the player back down the path; these Springs later reappear in Death Egg Zone.
Sonic Drift series
, yellow Springs (called Sonic Drift Jump Springs) appear on the racing courses which send the player spinning forward through the air for few seconds, while nullifying any power-up the user may have in effect at the moment. In , these Springs are colored red and are renamed Sonic Drift 2 Jump Bane (, but their functions are basically the same as in the previous title. In ジャンプバネ ) ? Sonic Drift 2, there is also the Jump power-up which lets the playable characters launch themselves through the air like the Springs.
Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble
, vertically aligned yellow and red Springs are almost always hidden underground, while horizontally and diagonally aligned Springs appear normally along with the Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble Pogo Spring power-up.
In addition to the game's normal
Zones, Springs also appear in the game's Special Stages. The Sea turtle Badniks in Great Turquoise Zone likewise have Springs on their backs like in . Additionally, there is the Sonic Chaos Flying Spin Attack which both Sonic and Tails can perform after they get bounced into midair by Springs.
All three colors of Springs in
. Knuckles' Chaotix
, horizontally, vertically and diagonally aligned Springs are featured regularly. In addition to the red and yellow Springs, this game also presents blue Springs which are more powerful than the red ones. Using Springs in this game can be difficult due the Knuckles' Chaotix Ring Power, but it is possible to carry the Combi partner to make the usage of them easier.
In the game's
Bonus Stages, red and yellow Springs are set on cubic blocks. When the player falls and bounces on these blocks three times, the block becomes broken. The game's Special Stages also feature two different kind of Spring Balls: the Yellow Spring Ball (, which sends the player forward, and the イエロースプリングボール ) ? Green Spring Ball (, which sends the player upward.
グリーンスプリングボール ) ?
, stages such as Tails Adventure Poloy's Forest, Cavern Island and Green Island feature blue Springs which the player can use to backtrack in the stage. Tails can also push these Springs along the ground in any direction to determine the location of the bounce.
Sonic 3D Blast
, red Springs usually come in two types. The single types are placed under floating Sonic 3D Blast Sonic Medals, though the player sometimes must have Flickies to reach some of these medals. The other type of Springs are hidden underground and appear most commonly in Spring Stadium Zone.
Diamond Dust Zone contains rare, horizontal blue Springs on the walls that send Sonic into a roll backwards, and red Springs covered in snow drifts that must be broken to reveal them. In the Sega Saturn version of Sonic 3D Blast, there are pair of red Springs set on half-pipe routes of the Special Stages. Red Springs let the player bounce into the midair to catch Rings or reach higher platform routes.
, red Springs are notably smaller and appear in both the regular Sonic Blast Zones and the Special Stages.
, Sonic Jam Sonic World has two red Springs that sent the player into midair. This is the first game to feature Springs designed with red edges and a gold star in the middle of a blue circle. This design would become the main design for the Springs in future games.
, red Springs are located in Sonic R Regal Ruin and Reactive Factory to help the player reach the other side of the local pit or climbing the hills.
The Spring's design in
. Sonic Adventure
and its later iteration Sonic Adventure , the redesigned Springs appeared as common gimmicks in the Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut Action Stages under the name " Spring Bumpers". In this game, the Springs only have one design and can shoot the player in any direction, but the player cannot control their movements in midair when they sent them flying, as they manually guide the player to another section.
In addition to Springs,
Sonic Adventure introduces the uncommon Wide Spring which is three Springs aligned next to each other, and the Jump Panels which the player can use to sequentially jump from plate to plate.
Sonic Pocket Adventure
Traditional yellow and red Springs reappeared in
where they all are aligned horizontally, vertically and diagonal. Some Spring-based gimmicks from Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure appear, including Catapults, pinball shooters and triangular springs.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
, Springs appear if the player lands on a Sonic Shuffle Jump Space on a Board. Using the Spring will bounce the playable character to another Space on the board.
One of VS 4
Mini-Games Sonic Tag feature Springs in two corners. Hitting one of Springs will bounce the characters to the top of the mini-game's pyramid.
Sonic Adventure 2
Spring as it appears in
. Sonic Adventure 2
, Springs look and function similarly to how they did in Sonic Adventure 2 , though their design here also include a blue line along the Springs' edges.
In this game, the player is introduced to another variant of the Spring: the
Propeller Springs in Sky Rail. Additionally, there are the Spring Beetle enemies with Springs attached to them which make them virtually invulnerable. By using Mystic Melody, the player can also summon Springs on top of or near Ancient Ruins. In the unlockable Green Hill, Springs have their original sound effect from the original when the player bounces on them.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic Advance series
The Springs' design varies slightly between the
games, where they all are aligned either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. In these games, hitting a spring with the Sonic Advance Hammer Attack causes the player to be catapulted higher than the Springs are normally capable of. Some games also features Special Springs which let the player enter Special Stages.
Sonic Advance features yellow Springs which cannot launch the player as high up as the red Springs, like in earlier games. However, in and Sonic Advance 2 only red Springs are featured which can be used by simply running into them. Exclusive to Sonic Advance 3 Sonic Advance 2 are dark blue Springs that let the player bounce higher by pressing and then releasing it as the playable characters jumps. Music Plant also has Hi-hats which work similarly like springs. Exclusively in Sonic Advance 3 are special flatten Springs that only become usable for a short time by pressing a nearby Switch.
In mini-game of
Chao Garden in Sonic Advance 2 and Sonic Advance 3, Cream the Rabbit uses Spring on wheels to bounce Cheese for getting enough of Rings from the mid-air while the player is controlling.
A single Spring in
. Sonic Heroes
, the Springs reappear once more, albeit with a more bulky design. In this game, regular Springs do not appear as often as Sonic Heroes Wide Springs due the gameplay involving team mechanic, and are usually found in or locked inside Cases which can be opened after defeating the surrounding enemies.
Shadow the Hedgehog
A Spring in
. Shadow the Hedgehog
, Springs are given a redesign to fit the game's dark atmosphere. In this game, they are tinted with a darker shade of red and slight rust, and have a green-glowing center. Despite the altered look though, the Springs function just like in Shadow the Hedgehog .
Sonic Rush series
and Sonic Rush , the Spring is a common and often vital objects. In these games, the Spring is given a slightly rounder shape. They are usually aligned either horizontally, vertically or diagonally, though many of them are mostly set in tight roof corners.
Sonic Rush Adventure
When the player is sent into the air by Springs in these games, the player can perform
Trick Actions to gain points and charge the Tension Gauge. Night Carnival in Sonic Rush also features blue Springs, which give automatically 200 points, and Spring blocks, which can be charged by pressing down the D-pad and releasing it at the right time for extra airtime.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
The Spring's design in
. Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
, Springs have been given a slightly more detailed appearance, and are normally aligned vertically or diagonally. Like in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Sonic Heroes, some of the regular Springs are locked in cases that can be opened after defeating all of the enemies surrounding it.
Sonic Rivals series
and Sonic Rivals , the Springs are given a new look, having been redesigned as flat white plates with a red top, a yellow circle in the middle and a blue star at the center. Otherwise, they function like in previous games. All of the Springs are aligned either horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Sonic Rivals 2
Sonic Storybook series
, Springs are usually featured at end of Sonic and the Secret Rings rail sections and walls, where they are given a look befitting the World of the Arabian Nights. Springs along with Wide Springs, also appear at few occasional cases in , particularly in the Legacy missions, but are otherwise replaced by Sonic and the Black Knight blue fairies.
Super Smash Bros. series
Sonic using a Spring on his special move in
. Super Smash Bros Brawl
and Super Smash Bros. Brawl , the Spring is a part of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Sonic's moveset. In these games, the Spring's design mixes the shape of the regular red Springs from early games with their distinct patterns from the 3D games.
When performing Sonic's Up+Special move called
Spring Jump, by pressing up and , a Spring immediately appears underneath Sonic and shoots him up a great vertical distance. When Sonic summons it for himself however, the Spring can also be used by other characters before it disappears.
Sega Superstars Tennis
, Springs can be seen in the background of the Sega Superstars Tennis Green Hill tennis court.
, regular Springs are referred to as Sonic Unleashed Springboards on the Xbox 360/ PlayStation 3 version of the game. In this game, the Springs' panel design is more round and has a yellow line around the edge. Certain Springs also have white bases under said panel.
Springs are usually placed to send Sonic to another pathway or section of the stage. The game also introduces several new variants of the regular Spring:
Trap Springs which are meant to knock the player off-course, Thorn Springs which can damage the player if they touch it at the wrong time, Springs which float in midair thanks to propellers on their bottom, and blue springs which initiate a Real-Time Interaction when the player bounces off them.
Egg Fighter varieties in the game come equipped with Springs for protection: the Egg Fighter: Knight and Egg Fighter: Shield, each of which wields a shield equipped with a Spring to repel Sonic.
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing
, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Whale Lagoon race course has horizontally placed Springs on the wall. If the racer drives way close to the wall, he/she will be bounced toward the right side of the race track.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4
Diagonal Springs in
. Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I
In all the episodes of
, the regular red Springs are a commonly featured gimmicks, where they are aligned either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Like in the 3D games, Sonic is able to target the Springs with the Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Homing Attack.
In all the episodes, Springs are usually located close to a string of
Bubbles line for midair traversing. Like in earlier games, the Springs and their mechanics are also used in different ways in certain Zones: Sylvania Castle Zone features floating platforms in the water sections called Flip Platforms, which the player can use the Homing Attack on to reveal a Spring on their bottom, and White Park Zone Act 2 has Springs that bounce the player between routes that run parallel to each other.
A Spring in the
Wii version of . Sonic Colors
Springs appear in both the
Wii and Nintendo DS versions of , along with Trap Springs and Sonic Colors Wide Springs, which also have a new yellow variant being around in accordance to the player's movements. The Nintendo DS version of the game only features regular red Springs like those in the games which are aligned either horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
A Spring with a white base in
. Sonic Generations
In both the console/
PC and Nintendo 3DS version of , the first Act of all the Sonic Generations Stages feature only the original yellow and red Springs from the earlier games (with all of their mechanics intact), while the second Act of the Stages only feature the standard modernized Springs from the recent games.
While mostly faithful to their original setting, some of the Springs in the first Act of the Stages are exclusively floating in midair, revealing a pointy head on the bottom. The game also include many Spring-related gimmicks from the entire series, such as
Catapults, Wide Springs, Propeller Springs and Trap Springs.
Sonic Jump games
A Spring in
. Sonic Jump (2012)
In the original
and Sonic Jump , vertically pointing Springs come in both the yellow and red variants. However in Sonic Jump 2 and Sonic Jump (2012) , all vertical Springs are red.
Sonic Jump Fever
, Springs are used by the player to mark the transition between the sections of the running sections. They will also initiate a Sonic Dash banking procedure whenever they are used. They are located in rows of three at the end of the routes, with a floating icon above each of them which mark a special feature they grant:
: Let the player earn Rings while they are sent flying,
Ring icon : Has the player enter a small do-or-die Shuttle loop icon Real-Time Interaction
Whale statue icon: Sends the player from the grass route to the stoned bridge of Seaside Hill
: brings the player back to the grassy route.
Totem pole icon
Sonic Lost World
Regular and hidden Springs in
. Sonic Lost World
, Springs come in three different types. The regular and medium sized Springs are common gimmicks used for simple transport, and then there are Sonic Lost World extremely large Springs which are used to move from one section of the Zone to another. The game also has the original yellow and red Springs from the earlier games which may also be hidden underground or in walls.
Spring Platforms in
. Sonic Runners
, Springs come in two types. There are the regular Springs which are larger than normal and aligned either vertically or diagonally, and then there are the Sonic Runners Support Springs/ Spring Platforms. The latter is a booster-class item that the player can either obtain from an  Item Box marked with a Spring icon in the Stages or equip beforehand for 1,000 Rings, which sets up which sets up a string of Springs across bottomless pits temporarily to prevent the player from falling into them.
Springs with classic yellow and red plates make an appearance in
as main objects. Placed horizontally, vertically or diagonally aligned, Springs function closely the same as in early games for the Sonic Mania Sega Genesis.
Many Spring based gimmicks and variants from previous games make an appearance on their exclusive
Zones, including Catapults, Spring plates of high-speed warp tubes, bouncing Capsule switches of Flying Battery Zone, floating Spring launchers of Stardust Speedway Zone, depressible green Springs of Oil Ocean Zone, Springs on wheels of Metallic Madness Zone, and bumper walls, which all function the same way like in previous games. Flying Battery Zone also features flipping, orange Springs that function like red Springs, much like in . A new variants called Sonic & Knuckles Ice Springs are introduced in Press Garden Zone Act 2 as well.
A trio of Springs in
. Sonic Forces
The Springs are scheduled to make an appearance in
. In Sonic Forces Modern Sonic's levels, they retain their modernized design from recent games.
Catapult in . Sonic Runners
Catapult is variation of Springs, that first appeared in the 16-bit version of . When running into the catapult, the player is sends flying straight ahead without having to stop.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Pinball Shooters first appeared in Casino Night Zone in . For these gimmicks, the player has to hold down the button to load the pinball shooter to launch the player into the pinball sections.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Spring Poles first appear in as minor gimmicks, but became more common objects since Sonic the Hedgehog CD . Spring Poles are flexible bars, usually hanging on walls and the player can launch themselves higher into the air by bouncing on them or gain an extra air boost. Sometimes, the player has to bounce multiple times on them to reach the desired destination.
Pogo Spring is a power-up that appeared in and Sonic Chaos . It allows the player to move around with a Spring equipped to the playable character's feet and use it to reach higher levels. Once the player bounces higher and jumps off the Pogo Spring, they will lose it.
Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble
Wide Spring in the console/ PC version of . Sonic Generations Wide Springs, also known as Long Springs, debuted in and have been featured in almost every 3D games since then. As the name says, it features three bumper-based Springs side by side on a panel. Wide Springs are easier to connect with during fast-paced gameplay and bounces the player straight upward.
Wii version of later featured a yellow variant of the Wide Spring with three-setter Springs. Like yellow Springs in the first games, these yellow Wide Springs bounces the player less higher than the red ones. After touching it, it starts auto-scrolling to the right and the player usually has to balance on it.
Propeller Spring in . Sonic Generations
Propeller Springs first debuted in and have been later featured in a few current games. Propeller Springs can raise themselves higher into the air if the player continuously uses the Homing Attack on its Spring.
Sonic Adventure 2
Special Springs appear in both and Sonic Advance . These springs are slightly bigger and used to get to Sonic Advance 3 Special Stage. In Sonic Advance they are hidden in one of the Acts in each Zone except for Ice Mountain Zone which have Special Spring hidden in both Acts. In Sonic Advance 3, the player needs to find ten hidden Chao per Zone to unlock the Special Key which will activate the Special Spring and allow entrance to the Special Stage.
Color Panel is a type of Spring that only appear in two of the Stages in . The Data Spring is similar to the regular Spring, but only appear in data worlds, such as Shadow the Hedgehog Digital Circuit and Mad Matrix.
Blue springs are a variant of Springs that only appear in . They look almost the same as regular Springs, but are blue instead of red. When the player gets bounced of one of these Springs, the player automatically enters a Sonic Unleashed Real-Time Interaction that must be completed to make the bounce perfect or risk a premature fall.
Trap Springs are type of Springs that debuted in . Trap Springs have an angular square shape with the Sonic Unleashed Eggmanland symbol on their panel. These Springs are located in place where, should the player hit them, they will bounce the player backwards or off-course. It plays a short, high-pitched laugh after hitting it.
A leftover Thorn Spring model from
. Sonic Colors
Thorn Springs are dangerous Springs that first appeared in . These Springs have Sonic and the Secret Rings spikes on their bottom and flip around in intervals. They will thus harm the player should they dare to touch it while their spikes are up.
Set of Ice Springs in
. Sonic Mania
Ice Springs are variants of Springs in , that are exclusive to Sonic Mania Press Garden Zone Act 2. Usually found inside breakable ice cubes, these light blue Springs act like the yellow ones, but after they are used they get evaporated and cannot be used again.
In other media
Sonic the Comic
Sonic being bounced by green Spring. Art by Ed Hillyer.
series published by Sonic the Comic Fleetway Editions, Springs are positioned all around the Mobius and like in games, the user can archive incredible heights by using them. They only appeared in the early stories of the series and are shown with a different color scheme each time. One time,  Sonic and Amy used a Hyper-Spring to get to the Floating Island.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
In the episode
Tails Prevails of , a grey Spring can be seen activated by Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Doctor Robotnik, who used it to Scratch and Grounder after telling him about Tails having knowledge of machinery. The Spring bounces them to the roof where they get trapped because of the magnet.
Sonic the Hedgehog the Movie
Sonic using a green Spring in . Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie
, a single Spring appears briefly. As Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie Sonic and Tails headed for Robotropolis, Sonic at one point used a green Spring to scale a vertical cliff.
In the anime series
, a giant Spring with Sonic X Eggman's face on it appeared in " Chaos Control Freaks" as one of the traps surrounding Dr. Eggman's fortress. Sonic accidentally triggered it when invading Eggman's fortress which sent him miles away.
The billboard of "Spring Festival".
In the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, Springs are not mentioned in the storylines, but they are featured as devices created by humans and has advertising. As an example in City Escape of , there's a posters which advertise an event, "Spring Festival".
Sonic Adventure 2 A leftover model of the Spring from can be found in data of Sonic Jam .
Sonic Adventure When using the Spring in , the character will bounce but the Spring won't move, or doesn't bounce the player but instead repeats its animation.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) In the Adventure mode of , Sonic has the ability to use Springs, although Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Mario cannot.
In an early screenshot of , anyone can notice that the concept design of the Spring, is the same as in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Sonic Heroes .
Springs made cameo appearance in Samba De Amigo for the Wii, but they are different looking. The top is made of two parts which are held together by a metal clasp.
In episode 23 of the anime, the sound effect for the regular Spring can be heard, when Digitamamon raises one eyebrow.
Spring at the Sonic the Comic Wiki
Navigation Templates to Spring
Sonic | Dr. Robotnik | Animals ( Flicky, Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Ricky, Picky, Rocky) | Tails* | Knuckles* | Super Sonic* | Super Tails* | Super Knuckles*
Badniks Moto Bug | Buzz Bomber | Chopper | Crabmeat | Newtron | Caterkiller | Bat Brain | Roller | Spikes | Burrobot | Jaws | Orbinaut ( Unidasu, Uni Uni) | Bomb | Ball Hog
Zones Green Hill Zone | Marble Zone | Spring Yard Zone | Labyrinth Zone | Star Light Zone | Scrap Brain Zone | Final Zone | Special Stages
Egg Mobile-H | Marble Zone boss | Spring Yard Zone boss | Labyrinth Zone boss | Star Light Zone boss | Egg Pistons
Spin Jump | Spin Attack | Spin Dash* | Insta-Shield* | Propeller Flying* | Glide* | Climb*
Ring | Monitor ( Super Ring, Shield, Power Sneakers, Invincibility, Extra Life, S*, Flame Shield*, Aqua Shield*, Thunder Shield*) | Continue | Spring | Star Post | Bumper | Switch | Air Bubbles | Bonus Point | Signpost | Giant Ring | Capsule | Jump Stand | Up and Down | Reverse | Goal
Blue Sphere | Bomb | Chaos Emerald | Crusher | Fan | Fire Statue | Fireball Cannon | Giant spear | Debug Mode | Electric Generator | Flywheel | High-speed elevator | Conveyor Belt | Color Block | Madonna | Movable box | Rotating platform | Original Soundtrack | Promotional Comic | Shuttle loop | Sonic the Hedgehog Band ( Max, Mach, Sharps, Vector) | Seesaw | South Island | Spiked Ball | Spikes | Splats | Story Comic | Time Attack | Totem Pole | Winding Tunnel
*Exclusive to the
2013 re-release of . Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic | Dr. Robotnik | Animals ( Flicky, Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Ricky, Picky, Rocky)
Badniks Moto Bug | Buzz Bomber | Chopper | Crabmeat | Newtron | Caterkiller | Spikes | Burrobot | Jaws | Orbinaut ( Unidasu, Uni Uni) | Bomb | Ball Hog
Zones Green Hill Zone | Bridge Zone | Jungle Zone | Labyrinth Zone | Scrap Brain Zone | Sky Base Zone | Special Stages
Spin Attack | Spin Jump
Ring | Monitor ( Super Ring, Shield, Power Sneakers, Invincibility, Extra Life, Continue, Arrow Monitor) | Spring | Bumper | Switch | Air Bubbles | Signpost | Capsule
Bomb | Chaos Emerald | Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Electric Generator | Fire Statue | Flipper | Giant spear | Seesaw | South Island | Spiked Ball | Spikes | Teleporter | Totem pole
Main article | Gallery | Staff | Prereleases ( Nick Arcade | Simon Wai) | Re-releases ( 2006 | 2013) | Knuckles in Sonic 2
Sonic ( Super Sonic, Glitch Sonic) | Tails ( Super Tails**) | Knuckles ( Super Knuckles) | Dr. Robotnik | Animals ( Becky, Cucky, Flicky, Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Ricky, Picky, Rocky, Locky, Wocky, Micky, Tocky)
Badniks Aquis | Asteron | Balkiry | Banper* | BBat** | BFish* | Bubbler* | Bubbler's Mother* | Buzzer | Cactus* | Chop Chop | Clucker | Coconuts | Crawl | Crawlton | Flasher | Frog* | Gator* | Gohla | Grabber | Grounder | Jellygnite** | Lobster* | Masher | Nebula | Octus | Rexon | Shellcracker | Slicer | Snail* | Spiker | Spiny | Stegway** | Turtloids | Redz** | Whisp
Zones Emerald Hill Zone | Chemical Plant Zone | Aquatic Ruin Zone | Casino Night Zone | Hill Top Zone | Mystic Cave Zone | Oil Ocean Zone | Metropolis Zone | Sky Chase Zone | Wing Fortress Zone | Death Egg Zone | Hidden Palace Zone** | Genocide City Zone* | Dust Hill Zone* | Rock World Zone* | Wood Zone* | Egg Gauntlet Zone** | Boss Attack Zone** | Proto Palace Zone** | Special Stage
Drill Eggman | Water Eggman | Tonkachi Eggman | Catcher Eggman | Submarine Eggman | Drill Eggman II | Hidden Palace Zone boss** | Submarine Eggman II | Flying Eggman | Barrier Eggman | Mecha Sonic | Death Egg Robot
Climb | Glide | Insta-Shield** | Propeller Flying | Spin Jump | Super Dash Attack | Super Spin Attack
Ring | Monitor ( Super Ring, Shield, Power Sneakers, Invincibility, Extra Life, Teleporter, Eggman, Lightning Shield**, Flame Shield**, Random, Water Shield**, S**) | Continue | Spring | Star Post ( Star Circle) | Bumper | Switch | Air Bubbles | Signpost | Capsule
Bomb | Booster | Original Soundtrack | Bumper wall | Cannon | Chaos Emerald | Conveyor Belt | Corkscrew loop | Crusher | Death Egg Robot | Debug Mode | Egg Jet | Fan | Flipper | Giant spear | Gondola | High-speed elevator | High-speed warp tube | Mega Mack | Metal nut | Perfect Bonus | Pinball Shooter | Seesaw | Shuttle loop | Slot machine | Spiked ball | Spikes | Stone pillar | Time Attack | Tornado | Totem pole | West Side Island | Winding Tunnel
*Exclusive to the prototype versions of
Sonic the Hedgehog 2. ** Exclusive to the 2013 re-release version.
Sonic | Tails | Amy | Dr. Eggman | Metal Sonic | Animals ( Flicky, Pocky, Ricky, Pecky, Sheep, Swallow)
Badniks Amenbo | Antlion* | Anton | Bata-Pyon | Bigbom | Dango | Ga | Hotaru | Kabasira | Kama-Kama | Kanabun | Kemusi | Kumo-Kumo | Mecha-Bu | Minomusi | Mosqui | Noro-Noro | Pata-Bata | Poh-Bee | Sasori | Scarab | Semi | Taga-Taga | Tamabboh | Tentou | Tonbo | Yago
Rounds Palmtree Panic | R2* | Desert Dazzle* | Collision Chaos | Tidal Tempest | Quartz Quadrant | Wacky Workbench | Stardust Speedway | Metallic Madness | Special Stage | Bonus Stage*
EGG-HVC-001 | R2 Boss* | Collision Chaos Boss | Tidal Tempest Boss | Quartz Quadrant Boss | Wacky Workbench Boss | Metal Sonic | Psyco-Egg | Final Fever*^
Propeller Flying^ | Ring Spark Field | Spin Jump | Super Spin Attack | Super Spin Dash | Super Peel Out | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack
Ring | Monitor ( Extra Life, Invincibility, Power Sneakers, Super Ring, Shield, Time Bonus) | Spring | Star Post | Bumper | Switch | Air Bubbles | Signpost | Capsule
Breakaway Bumper | Chopper Block | Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Dash Zone | Debug Mode | Fan Block | Electric Generator | Flipper | Flywheel | Freeze | High-speed warp tube | Little Planet | Little Planet flowers | Metal Sonic Projector | Never Lake | Robot teleporter | Rotating platform | Seesaw | Shuttle loop | Size Beam | Snowblower | Sonic the Hedgehog Boom | Spring Pole | Time Attack | Time Stone | Time Warp Plate | UFO | Winding Tunnel
*Scrapped information about
Sonic the Hedgehog CD. ^Wasn't mentioned in the Sega Mega-CD release of the game.
Main articles ( Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles, Sonic 3 & Knuckles) | Gallery ( Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles) | Beta elements | Staff ( Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles)
Sonic ( Super Sonic, Hyper Sonic) | Tails ( Super Tails) | Knuckles ( Super Knuckles, Hyper Knuckles) | Dr. Robotnik | Mecha Sonic ( Mecha Sonic's Super State) | Animals ( Flicky ( Flicky's Super State), Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Ricky, Rocky)
Batbot | Blaster | Blastoid (Carnival Night Zone) | Blastoid (Hydrocity Zone) | Bloominator | Bubbles | Bugernaut | Butterdroid | Catakiller, Jr. | Chainspike | Clamer | Cluckoid | Corkey | Dragonfly | EggRobo | Fireworm | Flybot767 | Hyudoro | Iwamodoki | Jawz | Madmole | Mantis | Mega Chopper | Monkey Dude | Mushmeanie | Orbinaut | Penguinator | Pointdexter | RhinoBot | Ribot | Rock'n | Sandworm | Skorp | Snale Blaster | Spikebonker | Spiker | Star Pointer | TechnoSqueek | Toxomister | Turbo Spiker
Angel Island Zone | Hydrocity Zone | Marble Garden Zone | Carnival Night Zone | IceCap Zone | Launch Base Zone | Special Stages | Bonus Stages
Sonic & Knuckles
Mushroom Hill Zone | Flying Battery Zone | Sandopolis Zone | Lava Reef Zone | Hidden Palace Zone | Sky Sanctuary Zone | Death Egg Zone | The Doomsday Zone | Special Stages | Bonus Stages
Azure Lake Zone | Balloon Park Zone | Chrome Gadget Zone | Desert Palace Zone | Endless Mine Zone
Doctor Robotnik’s Flame Craft | Doctor Robotnik’s Whirlpool Machine | Tunnelbot | Self D-Struct Machine | Iceball | Swing’m Spikez | Hei Hou | Gapsule | Barrier Eggman | Guardian | Heat Arms | Egg Mobile-H | Flying Eggman | Red Eye | Death Ball
Doctor Robotnik’s Flame Craft | Doctor Robotnik’s Waterspout and Depth Charge Machine | Doctor Robotnik’s Jet Drill Pod | Doctor Robotnik’s Energy Ship | Doctor Robotnik’s Freeze-O-Matic | Ball Shooter | Beam Rocket | Big Arm | Jet Mobile | Hang Mobile | Egg Golem | Hot Mobile | Knuckles | Mecha Sonic | Mecha Sonic's Super State | Great Eggman Robo | The Doomsday Zone
Bound Jump | Double Jump | Fireball Spin Dash | Glide | Gliding Knuckles Attack | Hyper Flash | Insta-Shield | Propeller Flying | Spin Jump | Spin Dash | Spin Attack | Wall Climb
Air Bubbles | Balloon | Banana | Bomb | Booster | Bumper | Bumper wall | Cannon | Capsule | Change | Chaos Emerald | Cloud | Continue | Fan | Jump Stand | Monitor ( Water Shield, Flame Shield, Invincibility, Lightning Shield, Super Ring, Power Sneakers, Extra Life, S, Eggman) | Movable box | Mushroom | Pulley | Ring | Signpost | Self-Propelled Bomb | Slow-Down Shoes | Snowboard | Sphere | Spikes | Spring | Spinning Top | Star Post ( Star Circle) | Super Emerald | Switch | Transport | Vine | Zip Line
Angel Island | Barrel | Blue Knuckles | Conveyor Belt | Corkscrew loop | Crusher | Debug Mode | Fireball Cannon | Flipper | Flywheel | Freeze | Giant spear | Goal | Gravity Control Switch | Gumball | High-speed elevator | High-speed warp tube | Icicle | Jewel Radar | Perfect Bonus | Platform-raising Wheel | Pole Elevator | Relief | Reverse | Ring Shooter | Seesaw | Shuttle loop | Slot Machine | Snowblower | Sonic & Knuckles • Sonic the Hedgehog 3 | Spiked ball | Strange Relief | Time Attack | Tornado | Tunnelbot | Warp Point | Winding Tunnel | Wonderman
Main article | Beta elements | Gallery
Sonic | Tails | Dr. Robotnik | Knuckles | Nack | Metal Sonic | Flicky
Boing-o-Bot | Bombaberry | Sunset Park Badnik | Kameka | Rabibin | Meta Junglira Badnik | Penguin Bomber | Spidal Tap | Tidal Plant Badnik | Mecha Hiyoko | Bomblur
Great Turquoise Zone | Sunset Park Zone | Meta Junglira Zone | Robotnik Winter Zone | Tidal Plant Zone | Atomic Destroyer Zone | Special Stage
Marvelous Queen | Tart Turtle | Marve-shupopolous-gou | Wood Buttarundorf | Giga Thomas "Pen" | Knuckles the Echidna | Metal Sonic | Atomic Destroyer Zone Boss 1 | 2 | 3
Flying Spin Attack | Heli-Tails | Spin Attack | Spin Jump | Strike Dash | Super Spin Dash | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack
Ring | Monitor ( Super Ring, Power Sneakers, Rocket Shoes, Pogo Spring, Super Heli-Tails, Jet Board, Propeller Shoes, Invincibility, 1-Up, Marker, Chaos Emerald ( Star Circle), Time Bonus) | Continue | Spring | Air Bubbles | Bonus Panel
Bomb | Booster | Breakaway Bumper | Chaos Emerald | Comic Adaptation | Conveyor Belt | High-speed warp tube | Sea Fox | Shuttle loop | Spiked ball | Spin Coaster | Switch | Teleporter | Tornado
Main article | Gallery | Staff
Knuckles | Vector | Mighty | Charmy | Espio | Heavy the Robot | Bomb | **********
Dr. Robotnik | Metal Sonic | Sonic | Tails | Amy
Amazing Arena Badnik 1, 2 | Bombbearer | Botanic Base Badnik 1, 2, 3 | Bushbubble | Dribbler | Gotcha | Hoverby Mk II | Isolated Island Badnik | Motorspike | Needlenose | Piranha | Poptank | Ringleader | Spiketower | Techno Tower Badnik 1, 2, 3 | Ticktock
Isolated Island | Botanic Base | Speed Slider | Amazing Arena | Techno Tower | Marina Madness | World Entrance | Special Stage | Bonus Stage
Amazing Arena boss | Amazing Arena sub-boss | Botanic Base boss | Marina Madness boss | Speed Slider boss | Techno Tower boss | World Entrance Level 1 | World Entrance Level 2
Climb | Dash | Glide | Plasma Pulse Attack | Double Jump | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Super Spin | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack | Wall Jump
Exit | Balloon | 1207 Beta version | Archie Knuckles' Chaotix | Chaos Ring | Chopper Block | Combi Catcher | Debug Mode | Dark Ring | High-speed warp tube | Monitors ( Super Ring, Combine Ring, Power Sneakers, Shield, Invincible, Swap, Grow, Shrink, Change) | Newtrogic High Zone | Ring Power | Ring | Signpost | Spring | Sonic Crackers | Sphere | Switch | "X" Bumper
Main article | Gallery | Beta Elements | Staff | Re-releases ( DX | 2010) Scripts ( Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Big, Gamma, Super Sonic)
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | E-102 Gamma | Big | Eggman | Chaos ( Chaos 1, Chaos 2, Chaos 4, Chaos 6, Perfect Chaos) | Froggy | Tikal | Pachacamac | Grandma | Metal Sonic* | Cream* | Mr. Know-It-All | Unnamed Sonic robot* | Chao | Flickies | Animals ( Deer, Elephant, Gorilla, Kangaroo, Koala, Lion, Mole, Parrot, Peacock, Penguin, Rabbit, Seal, Sea Otter, Skunk, Swallow)
Beat | Bladed Spinner | Boa Boa | Buyoon | Cart Kiki | Cop Speeder | Egg Keeper | Electro Spinner | Gola | Ice Ball | Kiki | Leon | mechanical fish | Pirate | Rhinotank | Spiky Spinner | Sweeper
Beta ( Mark II) | Gamma | Delta | Epsilon | ZERO | Zeta
Adventure Fields Egg Carrier | Mystic Ruins | Station Square
Chao Gardens Station Square Garden | Mystic Ruins Garden | Egg Carrier Island
Angel Island | Black Market | Chao Stadium | Shrine of Knuckles's race | Tails' Lab
Emerald Coast | Windy Valley | Casinopolis | IceCap | Sky Chase | Twinkle Park | Speed Highway | Red Mountain | Sky Deck | Lost World | Hot Shelter | Sand Hill | Twinkle Circuit | Final Egg
Chaos 0 | Chaos 2 | Chaos 4 | Chaos 6 | E-101 Beta | E-101 Mark II | E-102 Gamma | E-103 Delta | E-104 Epsilon | E-105 Zeta | Egg Carrier | Egg Hornet | Egg Viper | Egg Walker | Knuckles the Echidna | Perfect Chaos | Sonic the Hedgehog | ZERO
Arm Punch | Bolt of lightning | Bomb Attack | Bomb Gun Attack | Charge | Climb | Dig | Double Punch | Earthquake Attack | Electric Arm | Energy Ball Attack | Flame Thrower Attack | Flight Mode | Glide | Guiding Missiles | Hammer Attack | Hammer Jump | Hover | Homing Attack | Instantaneous Liquefaction | Laser Beam Attack | Homing Missile Launch | Homing Tail Slice | Inhale Attack | Jump Attack | Laser Gun | Light Speed Attack | Light Speed Dash | Lure Attack | Marble Attack | Maximum Heat Knuckles Attack | Phantom Shadow Move | Pick | Propeller Flight | Punch | Punch Attack | Quarter Attack | Rapid Tails Attack | Scorpion Attack | Shockwave Attack ( Chaos 6) | Sonic Boom | Spin Attack | Spin Dash | Spin Hammer Attack | Spin Jump | Spinning Spike Attack | Spouting Attack | Squash Roll Attack | Swing Punch | Tails Attack
Level Up Items Ancient Light | Crystal Ring | Fighting Gloves | Jet Anklet | Jet Booster | Laser Blaster | Life Belt | Light Speed Shoes | Long Hammer | Lure | Power Rod | Rhythm Badge | Shovel Claw | Warrior Feather
English voice actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic) Corey Bringas ( | Tails) Michael McGaharn ( | Knuckles) Deem Bristow ( | Eggman) Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy) Jon St. John ( | Big) Elara Distler ( | Tikal, Station Square Train Voice, Default Menu Voice) Steve Broadie ( | Gamma, Pachacamac, Mystic Ruins Train Voice) Tomoko Sasaki (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kazuki Hayashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Shun Yashiro ( | Big) Kaori Asō ( | Tikal) Jōji Nakata ( | Gamma) Tōru Ōkawa ( | Pachacamac) Kaho Kōda (Station Square Train Voice) | Nobutoshi Kanna (Mystic Ruins Train Voice) | Elara Distler (Default Menu Voice) | Tomoko Sasaki (
/ Original Soundtrack / Remix / Vocal Mini Album / 20th Anniversary Passion & Pride
Believe In Myself | It Doesn't Matter | Lazy Days | My Sweet Passion | Open Your Heart | Unknown from M.E.
777 Slots Pinball | Air Bubbles | Auto Running | Bumper | Bumper Car | Cannon | Capsule | Card & Pinball | Cart pass | Chao Egg | Chaos Emerald | Chao in Space | Chao Machine | Chao Search* | Conveyor Belt | Corkscrew loop | Crank | Dash Panel | Dash Ring | Debug Mode | Doll | Drum Can | Egg Carrier | Egg Carrier 2 | Emblem | Emerald Radar | Emerald Shard | Employee ID Card | Explosion Trap | Fan | Flipper | Fountain | Freeze | Goal Balloon | Hanging Bell | Hedgehog Hammer | Helicopter | Hint Box | Icicle | Item Box ( Bomb, Extra Life, Invincibility, Lightning Shield, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring) | Jump Panel | Key Stone ( Gold Statue, Ice Stone, Silver Statue, Wind Stone) | Laser Field Block | Life gauge | Lit Panel | Mirror | Mission Mode | Monkey Detonation Switch | Mystic Ruins | Pinball Shooter | Power cube | Ramp | Ring | Rocket | Sandboard | Satellite | Shrine of Knuckles's race | Shuttle loop | Sky Chase Dragon | Slot Machine | Snowboard | Sonic Token | Station Square | Station Square Police Department | Switch | Teleporter | Tornado | Tornado 2 | Transporter Machine | Trick Jump Panel | Wide Spring | Wind Path | Zip Line
. Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut
Main article | Gallery | Script | Staff
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | Gamma | Big | Chao | Dr. Eggman* | Lumina Flowlight* | Illumina* | Void* | NiGHTS*
Boards Emerald Coast | Fire Bird | Fourth Dimension Space | Nature Zone | Riot Train
Mini-Games Vs 4
Egg & the Chicken | Egg in Space | Frosty Rumble | Fun Fun Sonic | Great Escape | Jump the Snake | Over the Bridge | Number Jump | Over the Rainbow | Psychic Sonic | Shadow Tag | Sonic Gun Slinger | Sonic Live | Sonic Tag | Sonic Tank | Sonicola | Stop and Go | Thor's Hammer | Tractor Beam Tag | Twister | Zero G Snap Shot
2 vs 2
Bomb Relay | Bucket-O-Rings | Shoddy Work | Sonic the Thief
1 vs 3
Bungee Jump | Eggbot's Attack! | Gargantua | Manic Maze | Sonic DJ | Sonicooking | Wrong Way Climb
Crock-Attack | Final Frontier | Ring Lasso | Ring of Fire | Rapid Climb | Ring Tide | Sky Bridge | Sonic Parasol | Thru the Tunnel
Earth Quake | Sky Diving | Sonic Surf | Stop the Train | Void Battle
Sonic Darts | Sonic Hi Lo | Sonic Slot
Spin Dash | Propeller Flying | Climb | Hammer Jump | Hover | Light Speed Dash | Light Speed Attack | Rapid Tails Attack | Maximum Heat Knuckles Attack | Laser Blaster | Lock-On Missile | Power Rod | Revolving Hammer Attack | Lullaby
Card | Emblem | Forcejewel | Magical Card | Maginaryworld | Maginaryworld Monsters | Mini-Event | Precioustone | Ring | Spaces ( Battle Space, Eggman Battle Space, Event Space, Jewel Shop Space, Jump Space, Minus Ring Space, No Entry Space, Plus Ring Space, Precioustone Space, Quest Space, Revolving Space, Void Preciousstone Space) | Sonic Room | Spring | Temple of Light
Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Staff | Re-releases ( Battle | 2012)
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy* | Shadow ( Super Shadow) | Rouge | Eggman | Big*^ | Tikal* | Chaos* | Chao ( Dark Chao/ Walker*, Hero Chao, Chao Walker*, Chaos Chao) | Metal Sonic* | Gerald | Maria | President | Secretary | Sigma-Alpha 2 | Animals ( Bat, Bear, Boar, Cheetah, Condor, Dragon, Gorilla, Half Fish, Parrot, Peacock, Penguin, Phoenix, Rabbit, Raccoon, Seal, Sea Otter, Sheep, Skeleton Dog, Skunk, Tiger, Unicorn)
G.U.N troops Blue Eagle | Bomb Beetle | Bomb Wing | Gold Beetle | Gun Beetle | Gun Hawk | Gun Hunter | Gun Wing | Hornet-3 | Hornet-6 | Hornet-9 | Laser Hawk | Laser Hornet | Laser Hunter | Mono Beetle | Phoenix | Rhino Cannon | Rhino Jet | Rhino Metal | Rhino Spike | Shield Hunter | Sky Hawk | Spark Beetle | Spring Beetle
Artificial Chaos ( Artificial Chaos P-1, Artificial Chaos P-100, Cell, Float Type, Guard Type) | Badniks ( Buzz Bomber, Chopper, E-1000, Gola, Unidus, Kiki) | Boo | Boom Boo | Egg Beetle
City Escape** | Wild Canyon** | Prison Lane | Metal Harbor** | Green Forest** | Pumpkin Hill** | Mission Street** | Aquatic Mine | Route 101 | Hidden Base** | Pyramid Cave | Death Chamber | Eternal Engine** | Meteor Herd** | Crazy Gadget | Final Rush** | Iron Gate** | Dry Lagoon** | Sand Ocean** | Radical Highway** | Egg Quarters** | Lost Colony** | Weapons Bed | Security Hall** | White Jungle** | Route 280 | Sky Rail** | Mad Space | Cosmic Wall** | Final Chase** | Cannon's Core | Green Hill
Downtown Race | Grind Race | Planet Quest | Pool Quest | Deck Race | Pyramid Race
Black Market | Central City | Chao Garden ( Dark, Hero, Neutral) | Chao Kindergarten | Chao Stadium | Prison Island | Station Square | Space Colony ARK | Moon
B-3x Hot Shot | Biolizard | Dr. Eggman | Egg Golem | F-6t Big Foot | Finalhazard | King Boom Boo | Knuckles | R-1/A Flying Dog | Rouge | Shadow | Sonic | Tails
Amy Flash* | Black Shield* | Black Wave* | Booming Missile* | Bounce Attack | Captive Light* | Chaos Bind* | Chaos Control | Chaos Impact* | Chaos Screw* | Chaos Spear | Chaos Strike* | Charm Ray* | Crazy Rush* | Crouch | Dark Finish* | Dark Omochao* | Dig | Drill Claw | Drill Drive | Fire Somersault | Glide | Grind Step | Grinding | Hammer Punch* | Heaven's Justice* | Hell Bomber* | Hip Drop* | Hover | Homing Attack | Jump Dash | Kick/Kick Attack | Knuckle Spin* | Laser Missile* | Light Attack | Light Speed Dash | Lock-on | Lock-On Missile | Magic Hands | Omochao | Pick | Power Flash* | Power Laser* | Propeller Punch | Punch (Eggwalker) | Punch/Punch Attack | Rocket Launcher | Rumble Launcher* | Screw Kick | Somersault | Sonic Wind* | Speed Up* | Spin Jump | Spin Dash | Spiral Upper | Storming Heart* | Super Sonic Boost | Swim | Thunder Arrow* | Time Stop* | Volkan Cannon | Wrath of Gaia* | Zap Laser*
Level Up Items Air Necklace | Air Shoes | Ancient Light | Bazooka | Booster | Bounce Bracelet | Flame Ring | Hammer Gloves | Iron Boots | Jet Engine | Large Cannon | Laser Blaster | Light Speed Shoes | Magic Gloves | Mystic Melody | Pick Nails | Protective Armor | Shovel Claw | Sunglasses | Treasure Scope
English voice actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic) Connor Bringas ( | Tails) Scott Dreier ( | Knuckles/ GUN Soldiers) Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy Rose) David Humphrey ( | Shadow the Hedgehog) Lani Minella ( | Rouge/ Omochao) Deem Bristow ( | Doctor Eggman) Moriah Angeline ( | Maria Robotnik) Marc Biagi ( | Gerald/ GUN Soldiers) Steve Broadie ( | President) Shelly Fox (Default menu voice) | Jon St. John ( | Big) Elara Distler ( | Tikal) Tomoko Sasaki (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kazuki Hayashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Kōji Yusa ( | Shadow) Rumi Ochiai ( | Rouge) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman ) Etsuko Kozakura ( | Omochao) Yuri Shiratori ( | Maria) Kinryū Arimoto ( | President) Shun Yashiro ( | Big) Shelly Fox (Default menu voice) | Tomoko Sasaki (
OST / Vocal Collection / Official / Sampler / 20th Anniversary /
Passion & Pride A Ghost's Pumpkin Soup | Believe In Myself | Deeper | Dive into the Mellow | E.G.G.M.A.N. | Escape from the City | Fly in the Freedom | For True Story | It Doesn't Matter | Kick the Rock! | Live and Learn | My Sweet Passion | Rhythm And Balance | Space Trip Steps | Supporting Me | The Supernatural | Throw It All Away | Unknown from M.E. | Vengeance is Mine
Angel Island | Ancient Ruin | Auto Running | Ball Switch ( Gravity Control Switch, Hourglass, Time Stop Switch) | Bomb | Bungie Vine | Chao Adventure^ | Chao Adventure 2^ | Chao Eggs | Chao in Space | Chao Key | Chao Machine | Chao Transporter^ | Chao World | Chaos Emerald | Chaos Drive | Container ( Cage) | Corkscrew loop | Cyclone | Dash Panel | Dreamcast | Dynamite | Eclipse Cannon | Eggman Bombom | Eggwalker | Emblem | Emerald Radar | Emerald Shard | Fake Emerald | Gerald Robotnik's diary | Goal Ring | Green energy fluid | Grind Rail | GUN Military Truck | High-speed warp tube | Health Gauge | Hi-Speed Shoes | Hint Box | Item Box ( Bomb, Extra Life, Health, Invincibility, Magnetic Barrier, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring) | Kart Race | Key Stone ( Gate Key) | Laser Field Block | Meteorite | Missile | Outfit | Pipe | Project Shadow | Propeller Spring | Pulley | Rank | Ramp | Ring | Rocket | Safe | Shuttle loop | Snowboard | Spinning drum | Swing Bar | Teleporter | Totem Pole | Turtle | Warp Hole | Warp Wall | Weight | Wide Spring | Winding Tunnel
*Appears or is playable only in the 2P mode
**Stage is also playable in 2P mode ^ Dreamcast version of Sonic Adventure 2 only
Main article | Beta elements | Gallery | Staff | Re-releases ( | SonicN Android)
Sonic | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | Eggman | Chao | Gold Chao | Animals ( Deer, Elephant, Kangaroo, Koala, Lion, Mole, Parrot, Penguin, Rabbit, Seal, Sea Otter, Skunk, Swallow) | Flicky | Ricky | Pocky | Picky
Zones Neo Green Hill Zone | Secret Base Zone | Casino Paradise Zone | Ice Mountain Zone | Angel Island Zone | Egg Rocket Zone | Cosmic Angel Zone | X-Zone | The Moon Zone | Special Stage
Egg Hammer Tank | Egg Press | Egg Ball | Egg Spider | Mecha Knuckles | Egg Snake | Egg Mobile-H | Egg Mobile-D | EGG X | Super Egg Robot
Buzzer | Drisame | GamiGami | Hanabii | Kero-Kero | Kiki | Kura | Leon | Mirror | Mogu | Oct | Pen | Pierrot | Rhinotank | Senbon | Slot | Tentou | Wamu | Yukimaru
Climb | Glide | Hammer Attack | Hammer Jump | Hammer Whirl | Jump Dash | Giant Steps | Insta-Shield | Jump Attack | Propeller Flying | Skid Attack | Spin Attack | Spin Dash | Super Sonic Boost | Somersault | Tail Swipe
Balloon | Capsule | Conveyor Belt | Dash Panel | Fan | Flipper | Goal Plate | Grind Rail | Item Box ( Blind, Brake, Confusion, Extra Life, Invincibility, Magnetic Barrier, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring, Transparency, Warp) | Pole | Ring | Special Spring | Spikes | Spring | Star Post
Barrel | Bumper wall | Chao Search | Continue | High-speed warp tube | Moon | Pulley | Shuttle loop | Time Attack | Tiny Chao Garden | Time Over | Tornado | Trick Point | Winding Tunnel | Zip Line
Main article | Beta elements | Gallery | Staff
Sonic | Tails | Knuckles | Cream | Cheese | Vanilla | Amy | Dr. Eggman | Guard Robo | Chao | Animals ( Deer, Elephant, Gorilla, Koala, Kangaroo, Lion, Parrot, Peacock, Penguin, Rabbit, Seal, Sea Otter, Skunk, Swallow) | Flicky
Zones Leaf Forest | Hot Crater | Music Plant | Ice Paradise | Sky Canyon | Techno Base | Egg Utopia | XX | True Area 53 | Special Stages
EggHammerTankII | Egg Bomber Tank | Egg Totem | Aero Egg | Egg Saucer | Egg-Go-Round | Egg Frog | Super Eggrobo Z | True Area 53 boss
Balloon | Bell | Buzzer | Circus | Flickey | Geji-Geji | Gohla | Hammerhead | Kiki | Koura | Kubinaga | Kura-Kura | Kyura | Madillo | Mon | Mouse | Pen | Piko Piko | Spina | Star | Straw | Yado
techniques Regular moves
Amy Dash | Boost Mode | Bound | Chao Attack | Chao Rolling Attack | Double Spin Attack | Drill Claw | Double Punch | Flying | Hammer Attack | Head Slide | Homing Attack | Jump Dash | Mid-Air Glide | Mid-Air Hammer Swirl | Propeller Flying | Spin Attack | Spin Dash | Spiral Attack | Skid Attack | Step Attack | Super Hammer Attack | Super Skid | Super Sonic Boost | Super Tails Swipe | Tail Swipe | Wall Climb
Mid-Air Trick Actions Big Air ( Happy Spring, Hop Jump, Petit Step, Spiral Upper) | Long Wind Jump ( Burning Straight, Humming Top, Sweet Roll, Window Jump) | Stop 'n' Slam ( Bound, Drill Claw, Mid-Air Hammer Swirl, Propeller Descent, Soft Bomber) | Quick Reverse ( Back Attack, Back Rotor, Back Star, Milky Turn)
Auto Running | Bumper wall | Cannon | Chao Bounce | Chao Search | Chaos Emerald | Corkscrew loop | Dash Panel | Fan | Freeze | Gravity Control Switch | Grind Rail | Gymnastic Bar | Item Box ( 1-Up, Attack, Brake, Confusion, Invincibility, Magnetic Barrier, Mosaic, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring, Warp) | Pole | Ramp | Ring | Shuttle loop | Special Ring | Rotating platform | Spikes | Spring | Star Post | Time Attack | Time Over | Tiny Chao Garden | Winding Tunnel
Main article | Gallery | Staff
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | Cream | Cheese | Vanilla | Eggman | G-merl ( Ultimate G-merl) | Chao | Omochao
Zones Route 99 | Sunset Hill | Ocean Base | Toy Kingdom | Twinkle Snow | Cyber Track | Chaos Angel | Altar Emerald | Nonaggression | Special Stage
Egg Hammer 3 | Egg Ball No.2 | Egg Foot | Egg Cube | Egg Chaser | Egg Pinball | Egg Gravity | Hyper Eggrobo | Ultimate G-merl
Akatento | Aotento | Ape | Bu-bu | Buzzer | Clam | Condor | Gaogao | Gekogeko | Ginpe | Guards | Guruguru | Hariisen | Jousun | Juggling | Kamaki | Kyacchaa | Marrun | Minimole | Muugaden | Spina | Takkon | Uutsubo | Yadokka | Yukigasen
techniques Regular moves
Amy Dash | Big Hammer Attack | Boost Mode | Bound Attack | Chao Attack | Chao Ball Attack | Chao Spinning Attack | Dash Climb | Double Mid-Air Glide | Double Punch | Drill Claw | Fire Sliding | Flying | Floating Fall | Hammer Attack | Hammer Jump | Hammer Propeller Flying | Head Slide | High Propeller Flying | Hip Drop | Homing Attack | Jump Dash | Leap | Mid-Air Dash Glide | Propeller Flying | Mid-Air Chao Attack | Mid-Air Chao Ball Attack | Mid-Air Chao Spinning Attack | Mid-Air Glide | Mid-Air Hammer Attack | Mid-Air Hammer Jump | Skid Attack | Spin | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Super Sonic Boost | Spinning Hammer Attack | Spiral Upper | Tag Action | Tail Spin Attack | Tail Swipe | Tornado Attack | Upper Spin | Wall Climb | Wind Attack
Mid-Air Trick Actions Big Air ( Happy Spring, Hop Jump, Petit Step) | Long Wind Jump ( Humming Top, Sweet Roll, Window Jump) | Stop 'n' Slam ( Bound Attack, Spinning Hammer Attack, Propeller Descent, Hip Drop)
English voice actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic) Deem Bristow ( | Eggman) William Corkery ( | Tails) Scott Dreier ( | Knuckles) Jon St. John (Announcer) | Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy) Sarah Wulfeck (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic the Hedgehog) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryō Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Sayaka Aoki (
Act Ring | Angel Island | Aqua Shield | Balloon | Bungee Rope | Chao Playground | Chaos Emerald | Corkscrew loop | Dash Panel | Factory Ring | Fan | Fly Type | Flywheel | Freeze | Goal Medal | Grind Rail | Gymnastic Bar | High-speed warp tube | Item Box ( Invincibility, Maximum Speed, Ring Magnet, Shield, 1-Up, 5/10/ Random Ring Bonus) | Minecart | Platform-raising Wheel | Pole | Pulley | Power Type | Propeller Spring | Ramp | Ring | Seesaw | Shuttle loop | Snowblower | Sonic Factory | Special Key | Special Spring | Speed Type | Switch | Time Attack | Tornado 2
Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Staff
Team Sonic Sonic | Tails | Knuckles
Team Rose Amy | Cream | Cheese | Big
Team Dark Shadow | Rouge | Omega
Team Chaotix Espio | Charmy | Vector
Team Super Sonic Super Sonic | Super Tails | Super Knuckles
Eggman | Metal Sonic ( Neo Metal Sonic) | Chocola | Froggy | Shadow Android
Cameron | Egg Bishop | Egg Hammer | Egg Knight | Egg Magician | Egg Pawn | Egg Pawn (Casino version) | E-2000 | E-2000R | Falco | Flapper | Gold Cameron | Gold Klagen | Heavy-Egg Hammer | Klagen | Rhinoliner | Pumpkin ghost
Stages 1P stages
Sea Gate | Seaside Hill* | Ocean Palace | Grand Metropolis* | Power Plant | Casino Park | BINGO Highway* | Rail Canyon* | Bullet Station | Frog Forest* | Lost Jungle | Hang Castle | Mystic Mansion | Egg Fleet* | Final Fortress | Special Stage*
City Top | Casino Ring | Turtle Shell | Egg Treat | Pinball Match | Hot Elevator | Seaside Course | City Course | Casino Course | Road Rock | Mad Express | Terror Hall
2P Play Mode Action Race | Battle | Bobsled Race | Expert Race | Quick Race | Ring Race | Special Stage
Egg Albatross | Egg Emperor | Egg Hawk | Metal Madness | Metal Overlord | Robot Carnival | Robot Storm | Team Chaotix | Team Dark | Team Rose | Team Sonic
Manoeuvres Homing Attack | Kick | Light Dash | Propeller Hammer | Rocket Accel | Shuriken | Spin | Swinging Hammer Attack | Tornado Jump ( Black Tornado, Blue Tornado, Leaf Swirl, Tornado Hammer) | Triangle Jump
Manoeuvres Auto Homing | Body Press | Bubblegum Descent | Fire Combination | Fire Dunk | Fire Launcher | Fireball Jump | Forward Power Attack | Hammer Down | Jump Fire Knock | Jump Fireball | Remote Power Attack ( Fireball, Fire Knock) | Triangle Dive | Umbrella Descent | Wide Power Attack ( Big Fishing, Omega Arm, Vector Breath, Volcanic Dunk)
Manoeuvres Ascending Flight | Cheese Attack | Dummy Ring Bomb | Sting Attack | Thunder Shoot | Quick Ascent
Team Blast Sonic Overdrive | Chaos Inferno | Flower Festival | Chaotix Recital | Super Sonic Power
Crouch | Crystal Attack | Grind Step | Grinding | Jump Dash | Lightspeed Attack | Spin Jump
English voice actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic, Metal Sonic) Deem Bristow ( | Eggman) William Corkery ( | Tails) Scott Drier ( | Knuckles) David Humphrey ( | Shadow) Lani Minella ( | Rouge, Omochao) Jon St. John ( | Omega, Big) Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy) Sarah Wulfeck ( | Cream) Bill Corkery ( | Espio) Marc Biagi ( | Vector) Emily Corkery (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic the Hedgehog, Metal Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryō Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Kōji Yusa ( | Shadow) Rumi Ochiai ( | Rouge) Taiten Kusunoki ( | Omega) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Sayaka Aoki ( | Cream) Takashi Nagasako ( | Big) Yūki Masuda ( | Espio) Kenta Miyake ( | Vector) Yōko Teppōzuka ( | Charmy) Etsuko Kozakura (
/ OST / Vocal Trax / Official 20th Anniversary Sonic Heroes | We Can | This Machine | Follow Me | Team Chaotix | What I'm Made of...
Armored train | Ball Switch | Bingo | Bobsled | Bomb | Bumper | Bumper wall | Cage | Cannon | Capsule | Casino chip | Castle Key | Cell Key | Chaos Emerald | Rival bosses | Container ( Cage) | Conveyor Belt | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Detonator Switch | Dummy Ring | Egg Bazooka | Egg Fleet | Egg Gun | Egg Spear | Emblem | Engine Core | Fan | Fireball | Flipper | Flower | Fly Type | Formation Change Gate | Giant Frog | Giant Switch | Goal Ring | Grind Rail | Haunted Towers | Health Gauge | Hermit crab | HEXAeco | Hint Ring | Item Box ( Barrier, Fly Charge, High Speed, Invincible, Rings, Power Core, Team Blast Ring, 1-Up) | Kao | Laser Field Block | Light Spider Mark | Mushroom | Orb switch | Palm Plants | Pole | Power Gong | Power Type | Propeller | Pulley | Sonic Heroes Puzzle | Rainbow Ring | Ramp | Rank | Ring | Shuttle loop | Slot Machine | Speed Type | Special Stage Key | Sphere | Super Hard Mode | Switch | Target Switch | Team Blast Gauge | Torch | Trolley | Vine | Warp Flower | Weight | Wide Spring
*Stage is also playable in 2P Battle mode.
Main article | Gallery | Staff
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | Cream | Vanilla | Blaze ( Burning Blaze) | Dr. Eggman | Dr. Eggman Nega | Animals ( Camel, Cat, Elephant, Gorilla, Koala, Kangaroo, Lion, Mole, Monkey, Parrot, Peacock, Penguin, Rabbit, Seal, Skunk, Swallow) | Flicky | Ricky | Pocky | Wocky
Stages Leaf Storm | Water Palace | Mirage Road | Night Carnival | Huge Crisis | Altitude Limit | Dead Line | Unknown | Exception | Special Stages*
Battle Flapper | Bomb Hawk | Cannon Flapper | Egg Bishop | Egg Diver | Egg Hammer | Egg Pawn | Egg Pawn Bunny | Egg Pawn Manager (gun) | Egg Pawn Manager (SF gun) | Falco | Flapper | Gun Hunter | Klagen | Knight Pawn | Laser Flapper | Rhinos Bling | Solid Pawn
Egg Hammer Mega | Egg Turtle | Egg Scarab | Egg Libra | Egg Hammer Fortress | Egg Eagle | Sonic/Blaze | Egg King | Egg Salamander
Axel Jump** | Axel Tornado** | Boost Mode | Burning Fire Boost** | Burst Dash** | Burst Hover** | Trick Action | Fire Boost** | Hop Jump* | Humming Top* | Jump Dash* | Jump Step** | Spin Dash* | Spin Jump* | Super Boost* | Super Sonic Boost*
English voice actors
Jason Griffith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman, Eggman Nega) Amy Palant ( | Tails) Rebecca Honig ( | Cream) Bella Hudson (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman, Eggman Nega) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Sayaka Aoki ( | Cream) Nao Takamori (
Original Groove Rush A New Day | Right There, Ride On | Back 2 Back | Ethno Circus | Ska Cha Cha | Jeh Jeh Rocket | Get Edgy | What U Need | Metal Scratchin' | Vela Nova | Bomber Barbara | Wrapped in Black | Raisin' Me Up
Air Bubbles | Blaze's world | Bungee Rope | Cannon | Chaos Emerald | Corkscrew loop | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Electric Generator | Giant Waterwheel | Goal Ring | Hang Glider | Health Gauge | High-speed warp tube | Item Box ( Super Ring, Shield, Lightning Shield, Invincibility, Tension Bonus, Max Tension Bonus, Slow, Attract, Confusion) | Rainbow Ring | Ramp | Real-Time Interaction | Ring | Shuttle loop | Sol Emerald | Special Generator* | Spring Pole | Switch | Time Attack | Tension Gauge | Winding Rope | Zip Line
Sonic the Hedgehog **Exclusive to Blaze the Cat.
Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Staff | Script ( Sonic, Shadow, Silver, Last)
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Shadow ( Super Shadow) | Rouge | Omega | Silver ( Super Silver) | Blaze | Amy
Accordion Player | Adrianna | Alan | Alessio | Alfano | Anna | Antonio | Aristo | Berruni | Bishop | Claudia | Dante | Dr. Eggman | Duchess of Soleanna | Duke of Soleanna | Elkan | Frances | Francesca | GUN Soldier | Galienna | Gina | Hatsun | Herman | Iblis | Ladies-in-waiting | Liza | Lord Regis | Mancini | Mephiles ( Mephiles's monstrous form) | Mikhail | Monica | Nicolo | Paganini | Parr | Pele | Pietro | Pinto | Porta | Priest | Princess Elise the Third | Prodi | Pucci | Puccini | Renzo | Alberto Robert | Roberta | Rossi | Sabrina | Sandro | Solaris | Soleanna Royal Guards | Solomon | Sonic Man | Sophia | Ken Williams | Zof
Dr. Eggman's Robots Egg Armor | Egg Bomber | Egg Buster | Egg Buster (Egg Gunner) | Egg Cannon | Egg Chaser | Egg Commander | Egg Flyer | Egg Guardian | Egg Gunner | Egg Hunter | Egg Keeper | Egg Lancer | Egg Liner | Egg Rounder | Egg Searcher | Egg Stinger | Egg Sweeper | Egg Walker
Iblis's Minions Gazer | Golem | Iblis Biter | Iblis Taker | Iblis Worm | Shadows | Stalker | Titan | Tricker
Action Stages Wave Ocean | Dusty Desert | White Acropolis | Crisis City | Flame Core | Radical Train | Tropical Jungle | Kingdom Valley | Aquatic Base | End of the World
Town Stages Castle Town | Forest | New City
DLC Stages Sonic Boss Attack | Shadow Boss Attack | Silver Boss Attack | Team Attack Amigo
Town Missions Sonic
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18
Egg-Cerberus | Egg-Genesis | Egg-Wyvern | Iblis | Mephiles | Shadow | Silver | Solaris | Sonic
Arrow of Light | Accelerator Tornado | Attack | Blast Jump | Bomb | Bomb Snipe | Bound Jump | Chaos Attack | Chaos Boost ( Chaos Blast, Chaos Lance, Chaos Snap) | Chaos Spear | Climb | Custom Action ( Gun Drive, Homing Smash, Mach Speed, Scale, Slow, Thunder Guard, Tornado) | Crouch | Double Jump | Dummy Ring Blitz | Dummy Ring Bomb | Dummy Ring Snipe | Edge Attack | Fire Claw | Fly | Glide | Grab All | Ground Shaker | Hammer Attack | Heart Mine | Hold Smash | Hover | Invisibility | Jump Dash | Levitate | Light Dash | Lock-On Shot | Omega Launcher | Omega Shot | Psychokinesis | Psycho Shock | Psycho Smash | Punch Attack | Screwdriver | Shield of Light | Sliding Attack | Spear of Light | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Spin Kick | Spinning Claw | Teleport Dash | Turbo Boost | Wings of Light
Apple | Barrel | Chaos Drive | Container ( Blue crate, Explosive crate) | Goal Ring | Item Box ( Gauge Up, Super Ring, Shield, Invincibility, Extra Life) | Key | Light Core | Mechanical Ring | Medal | Pulley | Rainbow Ring | Ring | Silver Sphere | Spring | Star Post | Snowboard | Switch | Vine | Wide Spring
Level Up Items Air Chip | Antigravity | Bounce Bracelet | Gem ( Blue Gem, Green Gem, Purple Gem, Red Gem, Sky Gem, White Gem, Yellow Gem) | Heart of Wind | Light Chip | Memory Shard (black) | Memory Shard (blue) | Memory Shard (red) | Power Bracelet | Shock Bracelet | Single-Layered Extreme
/ Several Wills All Hail Shadow | Dreams of an Absolution | His World | My Destiny | Solaris Phase 1 | Sweet Dreams AKON Mix
English voice actors
Jason Griffith ( | Sonic, Shadow the Hedgehog) Pete Capella ( | Silver the Hedgehog) Lacey Chabert ( | Princess Elise) Mike Pollock ( | Dr. Eggman, Narrator) Amy Palant | ( | Tails, Ladies-in-waiting) Lisa Ortiz ( | Amy, Ladies-in-waiting) Bella Hudson ( | Blaze) Dan Green ( | Knuckles, Mephiles, Solaris Project scientists) Kathleen Delaney ( | Rouge) Maddie Blaustein ( | Omega) David Wills (
Duke, G.U.N communitcator)
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kōji Yusa ( | Shadow) Daisuke Ono ( | Silver) Maaya Sakamoto ( | Princess Elise) Chikao Ōtsuka ( Dr. Eggman) Kenji Utsumi (Narrator, | Duke) Ryō Hirohashi ( | Tails) Hikari Yono ( | Ladies-in-waiting) Nao Takamori ( | Blaze) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Takayuki Sakazume ( | Mephiles) Keiji Okuda (Solaris Project scientist, | G.U.N. communicator) Yoshikazu Kozuma (Solaris Project scientist) | Rumi Ochiai ( | Rouge) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Taiten Kusunoki (
Action Gauge | Auto Running | Bike | Buggy | Bungee Rope | Case | Chao in Space | Chaos Crush | Conveyor Belt | Custom Shoes | Cylinder | Day of Disaster | Dummy Ring | Eagle | Egg train | Eye of Solaris | Explosion Trap | Festival of the Sun | Glider | Hanging Bell | Havok | Health Gauge | Heart Bombs | Hint Ring | Horizontal Bar | Hover Craft | Laser Field Block | Lotus | Minecart | Mirror of Soleanna | Orb statue | Orca | PK mark | Purple orb | Rainbow Gem | Rimlight | Scepter of Darkness | Shop | Soleanna | Solaris Project | Sphere | Spotlight | Super-Speed Stage | Tightrope | Turtle | Wall Jump | Warp Hole | Wind switch
Main article | Gallery | Script | Staff
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Blaze ( Burning Blaze) | Tails | Marine | Coconut Crew ( Setter, Tabby, Colonel, Kylok, Daikun, Muzy) | Gardon | Norman | Captain Whisker | Mini & Mum | Johnny | Doctor Eggman | Doctor Eggman Nega
Stages Whale Point* | Plant Kingdom | Machine Labyrinth | Coral Cave | Haunted Ship | Blizzard Peaks | Sky Babylon | Pirates' Island | Big Swell | Deep Core | Hidden Islands ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) | Johnny's Race*
Ghost Rex | Ghost Pendulum | Ghost Kraken | Ghost Pirate | Ghost Whale | Ghost Condor | Captain Whisker and Johnny | Ghost Titan | Egg Wizard
Angler Fish | Cave Bat robot | Crabmeat | Flaming Skull | Green-faced Ghost | Green skeleton pawn | Labyrinth Soldier | Pirahna bot | Pirate Hogan | Ptera | Red skeleton pawn | Skeleton Hang Glider | Skeleton Pirate | Skeleton Swordsman | Snowball Hider | Snowflake | Steampacker | Triceratank | Wrench Swinger
Wave Cyclone | Ocean Tornado | Aqua Blast | Deep Typhoon | Magma Hurricane | SS Tornado EX | SS Marine | SS Super-Marine
Axel Jump** | Axel Tornado** | Boost Mode | Burning Fire Boost** | Burst Dash** | Burst Hover** | Deflect* | Fire Boost** | Grind Step | Hop Jump* | Humming Top* | Jump Dash* | Jump Step** | Spin Dash* | Spin Jump* | Super Boost* | Super Sonic Boost* | Trick Action
English voice actors
Jason Griffith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman, Eggman Nega) Amy Palant ( | Tails) Bella Hudson ( | Blaze) Lonnie Hirsch ( | Captain Whisker) Christopher Pellegrini (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman, Eggman Nega) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nao Takamori ( | Blaze) Shinya Fukumatsu ( | Captain Whisker) Kota Nemoto (
A New Venture | Blaze's world | Bomb | Bungee Rope | Chaos Emerald | Corkscrew loop | Combo | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Fountain | Freeze | Hang Glider | Health Gauge | High-speed warp tube | Icicle | Item Box ( Attract, Boost Up, Confusion, High Speed, Invincibility, Lightning Shield, Maximum Tension Bonus, Repair, Super Ring, Shield, Tension Bonus, Score Bonus, Slow) | Jeweled Scepter | Material ( Blue, Iron, Green, Bronze, Red, Silver, Aqua, Gold, Black) | Minecart | Missions | Mushroom | Rainbow Ring | Sea Chart | Shuttle loop | Sol Emerald | Southern Island | Power of the Stars | Ramp | Real-Time Interaction | Ring | Sonic Rush Adventure Flash | Sonic Rush Adventure Original Soundtrack | Tension Gauge | Time Attack | Treasure Chest | Vine | Winding Rope
Sonic the Hedgehog **Exclusive to Blaze the Cat.
Main article | Gallery | Staff | Chapters ( 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10)
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Amy | Tails | Rouge | Big | Knuckles | Cream | Eggman | Shadow | Omega | Shade
Dexter | G.U.N. ( Commander) | Nocturnus Clan ( Imperator Ix ( Super State), Nestor, Gizoid, Emerl, Scylla, Charyb) | Knuckles Clan | Egg Bot | Swat Bot | Kron ( Foreman Krag) | Zoah ( Syrax, Raxos, Gentleman, Haniman, Telra) | N'rrgal ( N'rrgal Queen) | Voxai ( Thebes, Thelxe, Overmind) | Twilight Cage Pirates | Precursors | Chao | Argus | Vector | Doctor Madden | Sal | Croesus
Barbo | Cheezlet | Choo | Churdle | Ghise | Griff | Jirna | Knickt | Koolet | Korus | Oolean | Perty | Pyraz | Rugle | Seeri | Seggo | Stebsly | Stiglin | Velk | Zimba
Belgog | Bepke | Blayze | Bobo | Dusty | Fess | Gibber | Hayda | Joy | Kayla | Keroyo | Luunan | Oldarg | Radu | Zousar
Cheese | Choopaloo | Ferox | Ovus | Spartoi | Viral Chao ( Baki, Farfinkle, Fimbley, Pooki, Stugs)
Green Hill Zone | Central City | Blue Ridge Zone | Mystic Ruins | Angel Island | Metropolis | Metropolis Ground Zero | Kron Colony | Twilight Cage | Zoah Colony | N'rrgal Colony | Voxai Colony Alpha | Voxai Colony Beta | Nocturne
Adrenaline Rush | Atomic Strike | Axe Kick | Battering Ram | Beam Cannon | Blade Drop | Blade Rush | Blazing Tornado | Blow Kiss | Blue Bomber | Bombardment | Chaos Blast | Chaos Rift | Chaos Spear | Cloak | Crusher | Cure | Demoralize | Distract | Echidna Rush | Fastball | Feather Barrage | Feel No Pain | Flamethrower | Flash Bang | Flower Power | Focus Field | Froggy Poison | Froggy Rain | Hail Storm | Hard Line | Heal | Jewel Storm | Knuckles Express | Knuckles Sandwich | Low Blow | Lure Whip | Machine Gunner | Medi Bot | Metal Storm | Overload | Plunder | Psi-Confuse | Psi-Dazzle | Psi-Slow | Psychic Wave | Quake Punch | Refresh | Revive | Revolver Slam | Rising Knuckle | Sabotage | Scan | Shield Bot | Shriek | Spin Cycle | Super Sonic | Tail Swipe | Tantrum | Tarot Draw | Taunt | Temporal Field | Tinker | Tornado Kick | Tough | Triple Tornado | Uppercut | Whirlwind | Wrecking Ball
Cursed | Distracted | Empowered | Focused | Fortified | Hyper | Lucky | Poisoned | Sluggish | Stunned | Vulnerable | Weakened
Alloy Boots | Alloy Slippers | Angel Amulet | Blunt Claws | Boxing Gloves | Chao Print Dress | Cloth Gloves | Cursed Claws | Cursed Gloves | Dura-Hydraulics | Earth Ring | Economizer | Golden Gloves | Grapple Claws | Gritty Gloves | Ice Ring | Immunity Idol | Iron Claws | Iron Hydraulics | Kron Hammer | Light Boots | Light Sneakers | Lightening Ring | Lucky Gloves | Master Hydraulics | Mirror Gloves | Nimble Slippers | Nocturne Blade | Oily Hydraulics | Polymer Gloves | Power Gloves | Pretty Dress | Refresher | Replenisher | Rubber Gloves | Rusty Hydraulics | Serrated Claws | Shielded Sneakers | Sparkly Gloves | Speedy Sneakers | Spiked Slippers | Spiked Sneakers | Spiny Claws | Spooky Charm | Steel Toe Boots | Stiff Sneakers | Swift Boots | Titanium Claws | Tough Slippers | Voxai Teleporter | Water Ring | Wind Ring | Work Boots | Work Gloves | Zoah Shield
Antidote | Bug Spray | Clover Juice | Crazy Beans | Cure All Spray | Health Leaf | Health Root | Health Seed | Immunity Booster | Iron Tonic | Med Emitter | POW Candy | POW Drink | POW Gum | Prune Juice | Psychic Water | Revival Ring | Refresher Wave | Ring of Life | Rock Salt | Speed Bar
Beam Cannon | Chaos Emerald 1 | Chaos Emerald 2 | Chaos Emerald 3 | Chaos Emerald 4 | Chaos Emerald 5 | Chaos Emerald 6 | Chaos Emerald 7 | Communicator | Eggman Detector | Eggman Device | GUN Official | Little Boy | Nocturnus Tech | Pattern Generator | Precursor Tablet | Prized Stapler | Timothy | Weapon Part
Assault Drone | Assault Drone Mk. II | Bomb Pawn | Colossal Worm | Dominated Voxai Citizen | Dragodon | Egg Bot | Enraged Armadillo | Giant Millipede | Giant Scorpion | Gizoid | Gizoid Centurions | Gizoid Guardian | Gizoid Mk. II | Guardian Pawn | Guardian Pawn Mk. II | Gun Pawn | Gun Pawn Mk. II | Kron Warrior | Laser Drone | Laser Drone Mk. II | Leucosia | Ligaia | Marauder Scout | Marauder Vet Scout | Nocturne Decurion | Nocturne Equites | Nocturne Hastatus | Nocturne High Praetorian | Nocturne Praetorian | Nocturne Princeps | Nocturne Triarius | Nocturnus Velite | Nrrgal Drone | Nrrgal Warrior | Power Pylon | Queen Wasp | Raptor Hawk | Riadne | Robodillo | Seeker Drone | Sentry Drone | Sentry Mk. II | Shield Pawn | Shield Pawn Mk. II | Swat Bot | Swatbot Mk. II | Voxai Conspirators | Wasp Swarm | Wild Boar | Zoah Brute
Argus Event | Armor Piercing | Blast | Blue Cyclone | Chao Egg | Combat statistics | Dimensional Buffer | Experience Point | Full Auto | Great Emeralds | Health Gauge | Item Theft | Leech | Real-Time Interaction | Roboticization | Shuttle loop | South Island | Teleporter | Tornado | Twilight Conference | Warp Belt | West Side Island
Main article | Gallery | Script | Credits ( Xbox 360/PS3, Wii/PS2) | Re-releases ( Mobile)
Sonic ( Super Sonic, Sonic the Werehog) | Chip ( Gaia Colossus) | Tails | Amy | Dr. Eggman | Professor Pickle | Orbot | Dark Gaia ( Perfect Dark Gaia)
/ Town Stages Villages Apotos | Mazuri | Spagonia | Chun-nan | Holoska | Shamar | Empire City* | Adabat | Eggmanland
Action Stages /
Stages Windmill Isle | Savannah Citadel* | Rooftop Run | Dragon Road | Cool Edge | Arid Sands | Skyscraper Scamper* | Jungle Joyride | Eggmanland
Alexis | Anastasia | Eric | Gregorios | Hot Dog Vendor* | Ice Cream Vendor | Lambros | Lucas* | Milos* | Sandra
Aida* | Barbara | Ciccio | David | Denise | Dora | Elio* | Federica | Franco* | Gigi | Hot Dog Vendor* | Ippolita | Irma* | Josef | Lilli* | Lucia | Marcantonio* | Mauro | Natalia* | Otto | Professor Pickle | Professor Pickle's Assistant | Raimondo
Ana | Essie | Gwek | Hog Dog Vendor* | Kofi | Kwami | Kwod | Yawa | Yaya
Chun | Hot Dog Vendor* | Hualin | Jinlin* | Lin | Shuifon | Wang* | Yilin | Zonshen
Hot Dog Vendor* | Jari-Pekka | Jari-Thure | Marketa | Sarianna | Ursule
Ara | Dimah | Ehsan | Erhan | Hizir | Hot Dog Vendor* | Iman | Labib | Latif | Layla | Mufid | Musaid | Raniya | Sa'id | Sadiq | Safi | Samia | Sammar | Shadi | Utba | Yasmine
Boss* | Brenda* | Charles* | Def Big* | Elizabeth* | Hot Dog Vendor* | Li'l Kate* | Louie Montaine* | Robert*
Hot Dog Vendor* | Jamal | Kaeo | Nagi | Rudi | Teanchai
EF-DC1998* | EF-MD1991* | EF-XB2006* | Hot Dog Vendor*
Baker | Lah | Su* | Wentos* | Wu*
Aero-Cannon | Aero-Chaser | Egg Blizzard | Egg Burst | Egg Fighter | Egg Fighter: Knight ( Electric shield, Spring shield) | Egg Fighter: Shield ( Electric shield, Spring shield) | Egg Fighter: Sword* | Egg Flame | Egg Launcher (H) | Egg Launcher (H+V) | Egg Launcher (V) | Egg Shackle | Egg Shooter | Egg Typhoon | Gold Aero-Cannon | Interceptor | Little Fighter* | Mole Cannon | Spinner | Thunder Ball | Thunder Spinner
Dark Gaia's minions Big Mother | Cure Master* | Dark Bat | Dark Bat Sniper | Dark Eel* | Dark Fright | Dark Master** | Deep Nightmare | Evil Flower* | Fire Master | Fright Master | Killer Bee | Lightning Master | Little Rex | Nightmare | Power Master* | Red Fright | Red Killer Bee | Red Nightmare** | Red Deep Nightmare** | Red Rex | Red Titan** | Spike** | Thunder Bat | Titan
Egg Beetle | Egg Cauldron* | Egg Devil Ray | Egg Dragoon | Egg Lancer | Dark Gaia | Dark Gaia Phoenix | Dark Guardian | Dark Moray | Perfect Dark Gaia
Air Boost | Crouch | Foot Sweep* | Grind Step | Grinding | Homing Attack | Hop | Jump Dash | Light Speed Dash | Slide | Skydiving | Sonic Boost | Sonic Drift | Spin Jump | Stomp | Quick Step | Wall Jump
Dash | Double Jump | Grab | Guard | Unleashed Mode | Wall Shuffle
Boost | Drill Attack | Super Sonic Boost | Turbo Boost
attacks Donkey Kick Combo* | Double Axle Combo* | Double Kick Combo* | Feral Were-Hammer* | Knuckle Sandwich Combo* | Sho-Hog-Ken* | Unleashed Knuckle Sandwich* | Vertical Were-Hammer* | Were-Hammer* | Werewheel Rush*
attacks Earthshaker* | Egg Scrambler* | Feral Wild Whirl* | Rolling Kick Combo* | Sho-Claw-Ken* | Ultimate Wild Combo* | Unleashed Wild Combo* | Wereclap* | Wild Whirl* | Wild Whirl Were-Hammer*
attacks Aerial Claw Slash* | Aerial Claw Slash and Spin* | Aerial Piledriver* | Crescent Moon Strike* | Diving Bodypress* | Flying Double-Punch* | Flying Double-Punch Crush* | Hurricane Combo* | Shooting Star Combo* | Typhoon Combo*
attacks Comet Punch* | Missile Punch* | Spinning Needle Attack* | Tricky Tornado Uppercut* | Triple Wild Claw* | Were-Claw Charge* | Were-Cyclone* | Were-Rush* | Were-Tornado* | Wild Werewhip*
Beatdown** | Claw Charge | Crescent Moon Strike** | Earthshaker** | Wereclap** | Were-Hammer** | Were-Claw** | Were-Wallop** | Wild Claw** | Wild Whirl**
Level up items Air Boost Shoes* | Light Speed Dash Shoes* | Stomping Shoes* | Wall Jump Shoes*
Art Book* | Audio System | Balloon | Blue Tea* | Blue spring | Bobsled | Bookshelf* | Bomb | Buggy** | Buoy | Check Point | Chaos Emerald | Chaos Orb* | Chili dog | Container ( Explosive crate) | Conveyor Belt | Crane Lift | Crank | Crystal Ball* | Dark Energy Key** | Dark Gaia Force | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Door | Fountain | Gaia Key* | Giant spear** | Goal Ring | Gift* | Gramophone* | Green Tea* | Grind Rail | Hanging vine | Horizontal Bar | Hourglass* | Icicle | Item Capsules** | Jump Selector | Key Stone* | Laser Field Block | Lever | Lovely Ring* | Maiden Statue* | Miles Electric | Moon Tablet** | Movable box | Moving Crate | Old Necklace* | Planet Tablet** | Pick-Me-Up* | Pretty Bouquet* | Power Shield* | Rainbow Ring | Ramp | Record* | Red Tea* | Ring | Shield Charge* | Snowblower | Souvenir* | Spike Trap | Spiked ball | Spikes | Springboard/Spring | Springpole | Sun and Moon Medals | Sun Tablet** | Sundae Supreme | Super Claw* | Super Ring | Switch | Thorn Spring | Tornado-1 | Trap Spring | Turquoise Tea* | TV* | Videotape* | Violet Tea* | White Tea* | Wide Spring | Yellow Tea* | Zip Line | 1UP
English voice actors
Jason Griffith ( | Sonic, Sonic the Werehog, Prof. Pickle's Assistant) Amy Palant ( | Tails) Lisa Ortiz ( | Amy) Anthony Salerno ( | Chip) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman, Zonshen) Christopher Collet ( | Orbot) Dan Green (
Ice Cream Vendor, Prof. Pickle)
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Otsuka ( | Eggman) Chō ( | Prof. Pickle) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Tomokazu Seki ( | Sonic the Werehog) Ryōko Shiraishi (
Planetary Pieces Endless Possibility | Dear My Friend
Auto Running | Boost Gauge | Boss Gate | Boost Gauge | Chao* | Chaos Energy Cannon | Chun-nan's Treasure | Collection Room* | Combo | Critical Attack | Dark Energy Force Field** | Don Fachio* | Doctor Eggman's chair | Earth | Eggman Fleet | Egg Dragoon | Egg Mobile | Entrance Stage* | Exorcisms | Experience Point | Freeze | Gaia Gate | Gaia Manuscripts | Gaia Temple | Gaia Temple guardian | Hallowmoon | Havok | Health Gauge | Hint Ring | Orb Result** | Real-Time Interaction | Ring Energy Gauge | Shield | Shield Gauge | Shop* ( Counter of Dreams 2, Eggshop, Flying Fish Beach Shop, Golden Trading Company, Josef's, Surfside Seagull Sundries, Traveling Salesman Wentos, Treeshade, Ursule's Trading Post, Wang's Emporium) | Shuttle loop | Sonic: Night of the Werehog | Sonic World Adventure (manga) | Spagonia University | SPD | Rank | Time of awakening | Tornado Defense* | Unleashed Gauge
"*" Exclusive to
PS3/ Xbox 360 version "**" Exclusive to PS2/ Wii version.
Main article | Gallery | Script | Staff
Sonic ( Excalibur Sonic) | Caliburn ( Excalibur) | Merlina ( Dark Queen) | King Arthur | King Arthur's horse | Blacksmith | Nimue | Lancelot | Gawain | Percival | Galahad* | Lamorak* | Shadow* | Knuckles* | Blaze* | Amy* | Merlin | King Uther Pendragon | Lady Igraine | Sir Ector | Townsperson
Grand Kingdom Camelot Castle | Shrouded Forest | Knight's Passage | Deep Woods | Dark Hollow
Outlands Misty Lake | Molten Mine | The Cauldron
Highlands Titanic Plain | Crystal Cave | Great Megalith | Dragon's Lair
Avalon Faraway Avalon
Crawling-One | Eyeball-One | Fish-One ( Red, Blue, Yellow, Purple, White) | Flapper | Giant-One | Soldier-One ( Sword, Spear, Axe, Crossbow)
Mist Dragon | King Arthur | Lancelot | Gawain | Percival | Earth Dragon | Dark Queen
Guard | Homing Dash | Jump Dash | Lock-on
Back Step | Grinding | Wall Climb | Wall Shuffle | Wall Slide
Soul Surges Arthur's Soul Surge | Blacksmith's Soul Surge* | Chaos Punishment | Excalibur Sonic's Soul Surge | Flames of Kilekion | Gail Meteor | Galahad's Soul Surge* | Rose Typhoon* | Sonic's Soul Surge
Steel Longsword | Cursed Longsword | Rusty Longsword | Bronze Longsword | Katana | Cursed Dagger | Rusty Dagger | Bronze Dagger | Steel Dagger | Cursed Rapier | Rusty Rapier | Bronze Rapier | Steel Rapier | Cursed Spear | Rusty Spear | Bronze Spear | Steel Spear | Cursed Axe | Rusty Axe | Bronze Axe | Steel Axe
Steel Gauntlet | Cursed Gauntlet | Rusty Gauntlet | Bronze Gauntlet | Cursed Helmet | Rusty Helmet | Bronze Helmet | Steel Helmet | Samurai Helmet
String of Pearls | Mermaid's Tear | Pendant of Eons | Chain Bracelet | Thorn Anklet | Flower Amulet | Wooden Belt | Bright Red Ribbon | Expensive Broach | Rabbit's Tail | Poison Broach | Stone Broach | Ice Broach | Cure-all Broach
Healing Potion | Healing Draught | Antidote | Superior Antidote | Paralysis Cure | Paralysis Immunity | Stone Protection | Petrification Immunity | Vial of Calm | Philter of Tranquility | Fiery Quaff | Hot Fiery Quaff | Herb of Toughness | Herb of Strength
Arthur’s Legend 1 | Arthur’s Legend 2 | Arthur’s Legend 3 | Arthur’s Legend 4 | Arthur’s Legend 5 | Tome of Arms | Tome of Armor | Tome of Medicines | Tome of Amulets | Tome of Games | Tome of Jewels | Tome of Minerals | Tome of Plants | Tome of Feasts | Tome of Rings | Encyclopedia Arcana
Yellow Ring | Green Ring | Red Ring | Blue Ring | Aqua Ring | White Ring | Purple Ring | Poison Ring | Doughnut | Onion Ring
Carnation | Violet | Daffodil | Sweetpea | Lily | Rose | Larkspur | Gladiolus | Morning Glory | Marigold | Daisy | Narcissus | Herb
Garnet | Amethyst | Aquamarine | Diamond | Emerald | Moonstone | Ruby | Peridot | Sapphire | Opal | Topaz | Turquoise
Pawn | Rook | King | Queen | Bishop | Knight | Ace of Spades | Ace of Clubs | Ace of Hearts | Ace of Diamonds | Joker | Medal of Sonic | Medal of Gawain | Medal of Lancelot | Medal of Percival | Dart | Dartboard | Die | Big the Cat Mask | Building Block | Fishing Pole | Doll
Stone | Lump of Iron | Lump of Bronze | Aluminum Ore | Skipping Stone | Rock Salt | Beautiful Crystal | Ice Crystal | Lava Jewel | Flintstone | Mintstone | Gold Ingot | Quasi-Magic Stone | Mithril | Hardtack | Burnt Bread | Moonrock | Wavestone | Dragon-Eye Stone | Orichalcum
Moist Cookie | Tart | Fresh Milk | Spongy Bread | Aromatic Tea | Chilidog | Herb of Calm | Lollipop | Ham
Flag | Ballista Arrowhead | Raven's Feather | Mouse Tail | Oar | Lantern | Broken Trap | Egg | Cheese | Magical Moth Dust | Plant Thorn | Giant Flower Seed | Troll's Eyelash | Broken Lock | Rabbit Fur | Lizard Tail | Prison Key | Iron Shackle | Highland Mushroom | Silk Clothing | Silk Shoe | Dragon Scale | Dragon Claw | Dragon's Fang | Shovel | Pickaxe | Wheelbarrow | Bat's Fang | Broken Brick | Soft-Boiled Egg | Lithograph | Letter
Swords Clarent | Arondight | Rubious | Morglay | Gastiga | Secace | Altachiara | Durendal | Aduro Cutlass | Aduro Khopesh | Precieuse | Espadon | Ddraig Goch | Galatine | Battleaxe | Labrys | Hauteclaire | Gringolet | Balmung | Sanglamore | Chrysaor | Almace | Caledfwlch | Flaming Kopis | Flamberge | Laevatein | Corrougue | Colada | Ktuga | Brinnig | Solais Rapier | Claiomh Solais | Fragarach | Curtana | Ignis Fleuret | Glorious | Joyeuse
Mastery Star | Map | Skill Scroll | Music Notes | Knight’s Seal | Knight’s Banner | Emblem Component | Painting | Deadly Swordsman | Windblade | Destroyer | Quickblade | Blade without Equal | Despised One | Chicken | Weakling | Coward | Ruffian
English voice actors
Jason Griffith ( | Sonic, Shadow, Lancelot, Lamorak) Casey Robertson ( | Caliburn) Melissa Hutchison ( | Merlina) Gavin Hammon ( | Arthur) Amy Palant ( | Blacksmith) Lisa Ortiz ( | Amy, Nimue) Dan Green ( | Gawain, Knuckles) Bella Hudson ( | Percival, Blaze) Pete Capella (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Hiroaki Hirata ( | Caliburn) Mamiko Noto ( | Merlina) Hidekatsu Shibata ( | Arthur) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Blacksmith) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy, Nimue) Kouji Yusa ( | Shadow, Lancelot) Nobutoshi Canna ( | Gawain, Knuckles) Nao Takamori ( | Percival, Blaze) Daisuke Ono ( | Galahad) Daisuke Kishio (
Original Soundtrack /
Face to Faith Knight of the Wind | With Me | Fight the Knight | Through the Fire | Live Life
Acts of Chivalry | Apple | Barrier stone | Bat | Battle Mode | Black onyx | Bottomless pits | Breakable Block | Butterfly | Cavalier Style | Chaos Blast | Chaos Control | Chaos Spear | Corner Pole | Dash Panel | Diehard Challenge | Dragon ( Thunder dragon) | Drifting | Explosion Trap | Fairy | Followers | Freeze | Giant spear | Goal Plate | Goal Ring | Grind Rail | Hit | Horse-Drawn Wagon | King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table | Knight Style | Knight's Honor Bonus | Knights of the Round Table | Knights of the Underworld | Legacy Mission | Log | Minecart | Mushroom | Mystery Circle | Paladin Style | Ramp | Real-Time Interaction | Reflecting pool | Ring Container | Rich Ring | Ring | Sacred sword | Scabbard of Excalibur | Slime | Skill | Sonic and the Black Knight (manga) | Soul Gauge | Soul Gauge energy | Spiked ball | Spikes | Spring | Title | Treasure Chest | Treasury | Troll | Underworld | Will 'o Wisps | World of Camelot
"*" Appears exclusively in Battle Mode.
Sonic | Tails | Animals ( Flicky, Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Picky) | Dr. Eggman | Metal Sonic
Asteron | Balkiry | Batbot | Bubbles | Burrobot | Buzzer | Chop Chop | Chopper | Clucker | Crawl | Flamer | Fullboar | Jaws | Mantis | Moto Bug | Newtron | Orbinaut ( Uni Uni, Unidasu) | Sandworm | Scarabesque | Shellcracker | Slicer | Snowy | Spikes | Steelion | Turtloids | Zoomer
Episode II Zones Sylvania Castle Zone | White Park Zone | Oil Desert Zone | Sky Fortress Zone | Death Egg mk.II Zone | Special Stages
Episode Metal Acts
Episode Metal Act 1 | Episode Metal Act 2 | Episode Metal Act 3 | Episode Metal Act 4
Egg Serpentleaf | Metal Sonic | Egg Scrap Mech | Metal Carrier | Metal Sonic and Egg Mobile | Metal Sonic | Egg Heart
Copter Combo | Propeller Flying | Homing Attack | Rolling Combo | Spin Attack | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Submarine Combo | Tornado Boost
Air Bubbles | Bumper | Capsule | Booster | Chaos Emerald | Flipper | Giant Ring | Monitor ( Super Ring, Shield, Power Sneakers, Invincibility, Extra Life, Special Combination, Combination Dash) | Ring | Spring | Star Post | Red Star Ring | Spikes | Switch | Signpost | Zip Line
Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Death Egg mk.II | Fan | Flip Platform | Little Planet | Level Select | Lost Labyrinth treasure | Platform-raising Wheel | Original Soundtrack ( & Episode I) | Strange Relief | Ring Shooter | Stardust Speedway | Shuttle loop | Tails' rocket | Time Attack | Tornado | Totem pole
Main article | Gallery | Script | Credits ( Wii U, 3DS) | Re-releases ( PC)
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Dr. Eggman | Orbot | Cubot | Knuckles | Amy | Deadly Six ( Zavok, Zazz, Zomom, Master Zik, Zeena, Zor) | Yacker* | Animals ( Cucky, Flicky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky) | Omochao* | NiGHTS^ | Yoshi^
Stages Windy Hill | Desert Ruins | Tropical Coast | Frozen Factory | Silent Forest | Sky Road | Lava Mountain | Hidden World* | Special Stage** | Nightmare Zone^ | Yoshi's Island Zone^ | The Legend of Zelda Zone^ | Circus*
Badniks Antlion | Antlion Mother* | Anton* | Aquis* | Balkiry | Ball Hog* | Bat Brain | BFB* | Bladed Spinner** | Blowfish Transporter | Blaster* | Bomb* | Boo* | Boom Boo* | Burrobot* | Buzz Bomber | Caterkiller | Chopper* | Clucker | Cluckoid* | Coconuts* | Crabmeat* | Crawl | Crawlton | Dragonfly* | Dung Beetle* | Egg Pawn | Electro Spinner** | Galaga Beecar* | Galaga Beegar* | Galaga Beenor* | Galaga Beespe* | Gohla | Grabber | Gustav Turtle | Jaws | Laser Grabber* | Madmole* | Manbou* | Manta* | Moto Bug | Mushmeanie* | Nebula* | Newtron | Octus* | Orbinaut ( Uni Uni, Unidasu) | Pata-Bata* | Penguinator | Sandworm | Slicer | Snale Blaster* | Spiker* | Spikes* | Sprinkler* | Tarantula* | Tonber* | Turtloids* | Utsubo*
Baku Baku* | Cactus | Sandworm | Sheep* | Surprise Crocodile* | Yeti*
Zazz | Zomom | Master Zik | Zeena | Zor | Zavok | Deadly Six | Eggrobo
Parkour Somersault Kick** | Wall Climb** | Wall Jump** | Wall Run | Vault Dash*
Bound Jump** | Charged Dash** | Double Jump | Flying Kick* | Grinding | Run | Sky Dive | Spin Dash | Spin Jump
Wisps White* | Cyan | Yellow | Indigo | Crimson* | Magenta* | Green* | Black*^ | Red** | Ivory** | Gray**
Color Powers Cyan Laser | Yellow Drill | Indigo Asteroid | Crimson Eagle* | Magenta Rhythm* | Green Hover* | Black Bomb*^ | Red Burst** | Ivory Lightning** | Gray Quake**
RC Vehicles Helicopter RC Vehicle | Fighter Jet RC Vehicle | Stealth Jet RC Vehicle | Hovercraft RC Vehicle | UFO RC Vehicle | Balloon RC Vehicle | Omochao RC Vehicle
** Materials Green Material** | Yellow Material** | Blue Material** | White Material** | Iron Material** | Black Material** | Red Material** | Bronze Material** | Silver Material** | Gold Material**
English voice actors
Roger Craig Smith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman) Kate Higgins ( | Tails) Travis Willingham ( | Knuckles, Zavok) Cindy Robinson ( | Amy) Kirk Thornton ( | Orbot, Master Zik) Wally Wingert ( | Cubot) Liam O'Brien ( | Zazz) Patrick Seitz ( | Zomom) Stephanie Sheh ( | Zeena) Sam Riegel (
Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Mitsuo Iwata ( | Orbot) Wataru Takagi ( | Cubot) Jōji Nakata ( | Zavok) Yutaka Aoyama ( | Zazz) Yumi Tōma ( | Zeena) Mugihito ( | Master Zik) Chafūrin ( | Zomom) Yūki Tai (
Air Bubbles** | Apple | Aqua Shield** | Archie Sonic Halloween Comic Fest 2013 | Asteroid Ring | Auto Running* | Balloon* | Bound bell* | Billiard Ball | Bingo | Bonus Point | Cacophonic Conch | Cage | Cannon* | Casino Token* | Chaos Emerald | Cloud | Coconut* | Conveyor Belt* | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Extractor | Fan** | Flame Shield* | Flipper | Flower Cannon | Flywheel** | Freeze | Grind Rail | Havok | Health Gauge** | High-speed warp tube* | Hint Ring | Lost Hex | Metal nut* | Miles Electric | Minecart | Moon Mech | Musical note | Number Ring* | Pinball Shooter* | Planetoid Spring* | Prism | Rank** | Ring | Roboticization | Seesaw | Slot Machine* | Snowball | Snowball Sonic* | Snowblower | Sphere** | Spring | Tails' Lab** | Thunder Shield* | Time Attack* | Time Stop | Tornado | Totem Pole | Truffle Cannon* | Virtual Hedgehog* | Windmill* | Wisp Away* | Wisp Gauge | | Without Boundaries: Sonic Lost World Original Soundtrack Zeti
"*" Exclusively to
Wii U version "**" Exclusive to Nintendo 3DS version "^" Exclusive to the Wii U version and downloadable content.
Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Staff | Re-releases ( Plus)
Sonic the Hedgehog ( Super Sonic) | Miles "Tails" Prower ( Super Tails) | Knuckles the Echidna ( Super Knuckles)
Dr. Eggman | Hard Boiled Heavies ( Heavy King, Heavy Gunner, Heavy Shinobi, Heavy Magician, Heavy Rider) | Phantom Heavies ( Phantom King, Phantom Gunner, Phantom Shinobi, Phantom Magician, Phantom Rider) | Animals ( Becky, Cucky, Flicky, Locky, Micky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky, Tocky, Wocky) | Jimmy
Zones Green Hill Zone | Chemical Plant Zone | Studiopolis Zone | Flying Battery Zone | Press Garden Zone | Stardust Speedway Zone | Hydrocity Zone | Mirage Saloon Zone | Oil Ocean Zone | Lava Reef Zone | Metallic Madness Zone | Titanic Monarch Zone | Egg Reverie Zone | Special Stage | Bonus Stage
Armadiloid | Aquis | Asteron | Ball Hog | Bat Brain | Blaster | Blastoid | Bugernaut | Bumpalo | Buzz Bomber | Cactula | Catakiller, Jr. | Chopper | Clucker | Crabmeat | Dango | Dragonfly | Eggrobo | Fireworm | Flasher mk.II | Gohla | Grabber | Hotaru | IceBomba | Iwamodoki | Jawz | Jellygnite | Juggle Saw | Kabasira | Kanabun | Madmole | Matryoshka-Bom | Mecha-Bu | Mega Chopper | Mic Drop | Moto Bug | Newtron | Octus | Poh-Bee | Pointdexter | RattleKiller | Rexon | Roller mk.II | Scarab | Sentry Bug | Shutterbug | Silver Sonic | Spiny | Splats | TechnoSqueek | Toxomister | Tubinaut | Turbo Spiker | Turbo Turtle | Vultron | Wall Crawl | Woodrow
DD Wrecker | Amoeba Droid | Heavy Gunner | Big Squeeze | Shiversaw | Hotaru Hi-Watt | Dive Eggman | Uber Caterkiller | Meter Droid | Drillerdroid | Egg Pistons mk.II | Crimson Eye
Death Egg Robot | Mean Bean Machine | Weather Globe | Spider Mobile | Heavy Shinobi | Metal Sonic | Laundro-Mobile | Heavy Magician | Mega Octus | Heavy Rider | Heavy King | Gachapandora | Phantom Egg | Phantom King and Klepto Mobile
Bounce Jump | Climb | Double Jump | Drop Dash | Fireball Spin Dash | Glide | Insta-Shield | Propeller Flying | Ring Spark Field | Spin Dash | Spin Attack | Spin Jump | Super Peel Out | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack
Gimmicks and obstacles
Beanstalk | Bomb | Bumper | Bungee Rope | Bumper wall | Capsule | Catapult | Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Dash Panel | Fan | Fireball Cannon | Flipper | Flywheel | Goal Plate | High-speed warp tube | Ice Spring | Platform-raising Wheel | Pulley | Ruby Mist | Seesaw | Size Beam | Snowblower | Spiked ball | Spikes | Spring | Star Post | Switch | Transport | Vine | Zip Line
Air Bubbles | Chaos Emerald | Giant Ring | Giant spear | Klepto Mobile | Little Planet flowers | Master Emerald | Metal Sonic Projector | Medallion | Monitor ( Aqua Shield, Hyper Ring, Eggman Mark, Flame Shield, Invincibility, Player Swap, Power Sneakers, Random, S, Shield, Super Ring, Thunder Shield) | Phantom Ruby | Ring | Robot teleporter | Sphere | Star Circle | Time Warp Plate | UFO | Warp Point
Angel Island | Auto Running | Continue | Death Egg Robot | Debug Mode | Freeze | Level Select | Little Planet | Mega Mack | Perfect Bonus | Shuttle loop | Time Attack | Time Over | Tornado | Tunnelbot | Winding Tunnel
Main article | Script | Gallery | Staff | Beta elements
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Classic Sonic ( Classic Super Sonic) | Avatar | Shadow (Episode Shadow)
Resistance ( Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Chaotix ( Vector, Espio, Charmy), Silver, Team Dark ( Shadow, Rouge, Omega)) | Dr. Eggman | Infinite | Orbot | Cubot | Metal Sonic | Chaos | Zavok | Animals ( Cucky, Flicky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky)
Wisps Blue Wisp | Green Wisp | Indigo Wisp | Ivory Wisp | Red Wisp | Violet Wisp | White Wisp | Yellow Wisp
World Map regions
Chemical Plant | City | Death Egg | Eggman Empire Fortress | Green Hill | Metropolis | Mystic Jungle
Lost Valley | Spaceport | Ghost Town | Prison Hall | VS. Zavok | Egg Gate | Arsenal Pyramid | Luminous Forest | VS. Infinite | Green Hill | VS. Eggman | Park Avenue | Casino Forest | Aqua Road | Sunset Heights | Capital City | VS. Infinite | Chemical Plant | Red Gate Bridge | Guardian Rock | Network Terminal | Death Egg | Metropolitan Highway | Null Space | Imperial Tower | Mortar Canyon | VS. Infinite | Iron Fortress | Final Judgement | VS. Death Egg Robot
Episode Shadow Enemy Territory | Eggman's Facility | Virtual Reality
Secret Fire Cannon 1 | Vanish Panel 1 | Bomb Block 1 | Plasma Cannon 1 | Laser Cannon 1 | Reverse Block 1
Extra Flying Pod | Bomb Block 2 | Laser Cannon 2 | Reverse Block 2 | Vanish Panel 2 | Fire Cannon 2 | Plasma Cannon 2
Aero-Chaser | Buzz Bomber | Chopper | Egg Pawn | Egg Tank | Egg Walker | Galaga Bee | Moto Bug | Missile Pod | Nebula | Sandworm | Sprinkler | Valkeen
Death Egg Robot | Eggman | Egg Dragoon | Infinite | Metal Sonic | Zavok
Air Boost | Boost | Crouch | Double Boost | Double Jump | Drop Dash | Grind Step | Grinding | Homing Attack | Quick Step/Cartwheel | Skydiving | Slide | Super Sonic Boost | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Stomp | Triple Boost | Wall Jump | Wire Attack
Gimmicks and obstacles
Balloon | Bumper | Bumper wall | Catapult | Conveyor Belt | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Flipper | Flywheel | Goal | Goal Plate | Grind Rail | High-speed warp tube | Hint Ring | List of pinball obstacles | Pinball Shooter | Pulley | Ramp | Rainbow Ring | Ring Shooter | Slot Machine | Spiked ball | Spikes | Spring | Spring Pole | Star Post | Wide Spring | Zip Line
Air Bubbles | Blue Ring | Capsule | Container | Costume | Medal | Meteorite | Monitors ( Invincibility, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring) | Number Ring | Red Star Ring | Ring | Silver Moon Ring | Wisp Capsule
Wispons Asteroid | Burst | Cube | Drill | Hover | Lightning | Void
OST / Vocal /
Hi-Res Collection Fist Bump | Infinite | Fighting Onward | Nowhere to Run | Justice | Moonlight Battlefield | Virtual Enemies | Set in Motion | Fading World | The Light of Hope | Rhythm And Balance | Supporting Me
Boost Gauge | Chaos Control | Challenge Mission | Daily Mission | Death Crab | Death Egg | Death Egg Robot | Death Egg Robot sentinel | Death Queen | Egg Dragoon | Egg Mobile | Eggman Army | Eggman Empire | Eggman Fleet | Experience | Fan | Health Gauge | Jackal Squad | Mega Mack | Miles Electric | Operation Big Wave | Phantom Ruby | Phantom Ruby prototype | Real-Time Interaction | Replica | Resistance HQ | Sandworm | Skills | ( Sonic Forces digital comic Moment of Truth, Stress Test, Looming Shadow, Rise of Infinite) | | Sonic Forces: Speed Battle SOS Mission | Time Over | War to Take Back the Planet | Winding Tunnel | Wisp Gauge