Sonic Lost World finds Sega's speedy mascot using a variety of new moves and powers as he teams up with his longtime nemesis Dr. Eggman to destroy a half-dozen menacing creatures known as the Deadly Six. Players explore the foreign world of Lost Hex, walking, running, or using the new parkour system to make their way over ground, along walls, and through the air in three-dimensional worlds reminiscent of the levels in Super Mario Galaxy. The spin dash returns, and new Color Powers let Sonic soar through the air, pulverize the ground, and bounce along musical notes. Each level in Sonic Lost World features multiple paths and collectibles like traditional rings, red star rings, and trapped animals, and Sonic can use traditional bounces, homing attacks, kick attacks, or any of his special powers to dispatch familiar foes from the franchise and take on powerful boss characters. Multiplayer fans can join a friend for competitive races in the Sonic Simulator, or one player can wield a Wii Remote while a second uses the GamePad to help battle foes, collect rings, or conjure platforms to reach new areas. The Wii U version also features special motion-controlled Color Powers, and supports Miiverse and off-TV play functionality. This Deadly Six Bonus Edition includes the Nightmare DLC, which offers a new stage and bosses based on Nights Into Dreams... and a new Color Power
Sonic: Lost World is an Action/3D Platform video game for Nintendo Wii U developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega on October 29, 2013. It's rated Everyone-10 by the ESRB and no users have rated it yet.
Our newest cheats for Sonic: Lost World were added November 14, 2013.
After you've collected all of the Red Rings in a zone, you will unlock a Chaos Emerald for that zone. If you can collect all seven of the Chaos Emeralds, you can use Super Sonic in any stage by collecting fifty rings and tapping the icon on the Gamepad.
After you successfully complete the game, you'll unlock a bonus world that will be added to the top of the world map. This new bonus world isnt made of actual levels, but of what appear to be ideas for special stages or bonus worlds that were cut from the game. So, just finish Lava Mountain Zone 4 and you'll get the cool new bonus level!
Last updated: November 14, 2013 by horror_spooky
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