Sonic United has been officially reopened! Sonic United was closed in April 2015, however many have been asking for the site to return. After some discussion, in May 2016 we decided to bring back the site. The site has been in development since. Over the past few months we have been experimenting with different concepts and styles for the site until we developed the current concept and style quite recently. The new Sonic United features a shiny new modern theme inspired by the site’s previous design while still maintaining an identity of its own. Sonic United’s old content has been restored and updated, along with a ton of new content being added.
For those who are on mobile devices, here’s a screenshot of the full-width new design:
Sonic United is still in development, however expect to see a lot of new content added to the site overtime. The goal of the new Sonic United is to make the site a huge resource for Sonic fans with creative content and in-depth articles exploring the Sonic franchise.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the site over the years.
Neo Sonic Universe is an advance styled fan game developed by Alexandre Martins, who is also known as @lex. The fan game features five playable characters; Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and Shadow. The goal of the game is to save Sonic’s friends, collect all seven chaos emeralds, and defeat Evil Tempest.
Sonic Worlds is a Sonic game development engine for Multimedia Fusion 2 and Clickteam Fusion 2.5 which is a community project. Sonic Worlds is an accurate replication of the gameplay seen in the Sonic the Hedgehog games released for the SEGA Genesis. Popular fan games such as Sonic Before the Sequel and Sonic After the Sequel use Sonic Worlds. An update was released in October 2016 dubbed “The Accuracy Update” with improved physics and features.
Let’s see. Should I talk about Sonic Runners or Sonic Boom. Sonic Boom it is.
Recently, Big Red Button* has made a patch for Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric. It is currently only in effect in Europe, but it will probably come to America shortly. This update takes up more than a gigabyte(to be exact, one GB and 2 MB’s), so it better be good. There aren’t any patch notes but gamers have reported that Knuckles'(how do you pronounce that?) infinite jump has been fixed. Which probably means every other glitch that involves pausing the game has been fixed too. Including the one the one that makes Sonic go fast.
The last episode of Sonic Boom before a mid-season break has recently aired. The show has done well with the attention from key demographics doubling and tripling. This is great news considering the poor reviews of the video games. The reviews of the TV show are twice as good as the reviews of the games. The next episode is set to air early-2015. We’ll just have to wait for the new episodes.