Dr. Eggman joins endless runner Sonic Dash

Dr. Eggman joins endless runner Sonic Dash

DR. EGGMAN INVADES SONIC DASH

New Update Adds Sonic’s Nemesis to the Latest Boss Battle

sonic_dashSAN FRANCISCO & LONDON – February 14th, 2014 – The critically acclaimed endless runner, Sonic DashTM, is under attack from an old enemy. Developed exclusively for mobile, Sonic DashTM challenges players to score big by seeing how far they can run as Sonic The Hedgehog and now fans can battle the ultimate boss.

Starting today, players can take part in the ongoing struggle between Sonic and his arch-rival Dr. Eggman. This devious boss battle will test gamers reflexes as they dodge, dive and dash past an onslaught of explosives and deadly traps. Players that beat the boss will earn a massive score bonus to help them get a step ahead of their own personal nemesis: friends’ leaderboard positions.

The next Sonic DashTM global challenge begins on February 21st and players will once again have to work together to unlock a brand new playable character who is sure to steal some hearts.

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