Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice
in Japan, is an upcoming 2016 action-adventure platform game developed by Sanzaru Games and published by Sega. It is part of the Sonic Boom spin-off franchise of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, along with the games Rise of Lyric and Shattered Crystal, and a TV show. Originally planned for a release in Fall 2015, Fire & Ice is now scheduled to be released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2016 for extra development and polish time.
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Like the past 3DS passage, Shattered Crystal, Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice is a side-looking over stage amusement in which Sonic and his allies battle their way through different stages. Notwithstanding Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Sticks, Amy has been included as a playable character. Like the past diversion, players can switch between characters voluntarily keeping in mind the end goal to utilize their remarkable capacities, for example, Tails’ flight, Sticks’ boomerang, and Amy’s mallet. An one of a kind trick in this amusement is the expansion of flame and ice components, which apply both to the level situations and character capacities. For instance, Sonic can implant himself with flame to break ice pieces or encompass himself with ice so as to stop water, exchanging between the two freely. The diversion will likewise highlight different unique stages, reward mini games, test rooms, and nearby two-player modes.
Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice was initially declared on June 9, 2015. Sega maker Omar Woodley has expressed both Sega and engineer Sanzaru Games have been gaining from their involvement with Shattered Crystal, which got for the most part negative surveys upon release. One of the issues they distinguished was the way, despite the fact that the amusement was focused on towards youngsters matured 7–11, devotees of exemplary Sonic diversions got the amusement and had a harder time getting into Shattered Crystal’s long investigation based levels. Thu sly, levels have been made shorter and incorporate ways to better suit gamer who favor speeding through levels, notwithstanding exploration elements. On September 15, 2015 Sega reported that Fire and Ice which was gotten ready for a discharge in Fall 2015, would be postponed to 2016 to permit more improvement time.