Sonic Dash Game for Windows Available as a Free Download on the Windows Store
Sonic Dash, this endless runner platform video game is finally available for Windows 8.1. Now you can dash, run at incredible speed and jump across surreal 3D environments on Windows Phone.
First launched on March 3rd 2013 for iOS and then on November 26th for Android phone, Sonic Dash is now available for Windows Phones starting with December 3rd.
This single-player game allows you to swipe your way over and under a wide array of challenging obstacles as you guide Sonic through levels, collecting rings and trying to avoid obstacles and enemies ready to get you. You can also use the special feature of dashing, thus propelling Sonic forward at extreme speed breaking anything that might stand in his way.
Due to extremely well designed graphics, you will be amazed by the level of detail. You can also choose one of Sonic’s friends: Tails, Shadow or Knuckles as you avatar.
In case of emergency, you can use Sonic’s super-powers to avoid obstacles, jump over barriers and speed insanely fast. Enemies can’t resist Sonic’s devastating homing attack so don’t be afraid to use it in case you get in trouble. Especially if you meet Zazz from Sonic Lost World, one of the nastiest and most evil enemies ever. When you confront Zazz make sure you use all of Sonic’s agility and abilities to defeat him before he gets you.
Complete unique missions, Daily Challenges and play the Daily Spin to win amazing prizes such as Red Star Rings & additional characters. You can also unlock, win or buy power-ups such as head starts, shields, ring magnets to help you run faster.
In the Windows version the interface has been improved and you can follow your progress more easily. Also, you can dash faster because the loading times have been improved. You have the chance to collect more rings and use them to purchase further content. Plus you have daily rewards.
This game requires about 43.5 MB to install and is available in six languages. You can download it here for free.
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