Gameloft brings back SEGA's Sonic Runners Adventure mobile game, but it's not free any longer

SEGA launched Sonic Runners Adventure for Android and iOS a while ago, but for some reason, the publisher pulled the game from App Store and Google Play Store. Perhaps SEGA wasn't content with the quality of the game or there have been other issues that required its removal from the stores.

In any case, if you're a Sonic fan, you'll be happy to know Sonic Runners Adventure is now back in the App Store and Google Play Store, and it's now being brought to life by Gameloft, not SEGA. The bad news is the game is not free any longer, so you'll have to pay $2.99 if you want to play it.

Sonic Runners Adventure is an endless runner platformer where players can unlock iconic characters, including Tails, Knuckles, each with their own unique abilities. There's also a story mode in which players embark on a perilous journey to save the universe by fighting Dr. Eggman across 4 locations.

According to Gameloft, you'll be able to play Sonic Runners Adventure completely offline, but only after your first session, which requires an Internet connection.


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