Time travel to save the world in SEGA's highly acclaimed Sonic platformer that introduced Amy Rose and Metal Sonic!
Past, present, and future collide as Sonic battles to rescue Amy Rose and recover the seven Time Stones! Travel through time to defeat Dr. Eggman and his fiendish creation, Metal Sonic.
Sonic CD is part of the SEGA Forever classic games collection, a treasure trove of free SEGA console classics brought to life on mobile!
- Collect all seven Time Stones to defeat Dr. Eggman and save Amy Rose
- Time travel between the past, present, and future versions of each level
- Use Sonic's spin dash and super peel out moves to zoom around stages
- Clear the game to unlock Miles "Tails" Prower
- Sonic CD now features both the US and Japanese soundtracks!
SEGA FOREVER FEATURES
- PLAY FREE
- SAVE YOUR GAME PROGRESS
- LEADERBOARDS – compete with the world for high scores
- CONTROLLER SUPPORT: MFi compatible controllers
- DOWNLOAD THEM ALL
- (9/10) IGN: "This is a great, fully featured port for iOS
- (5/5) Touch Arcade: "Sonic CD is incredible"
- (4.5/5) 148 Apps: "looks and runs perfectly"
- "Nothing could be simpler to pick up and play." [!92!] - Steve White, Mega Action (December 1993)
- "Sonic CD is cracking video entertainment of the highest order." [!91!] - Tim Tucker, SEGA Zone #13 (November 1993)
"Any fan of Sonic will want to get their hands on this immediately." [!90!] - Mark Hill, SEGA Pro #25 (November 1993)
“The most amazing Sonic adventure to date.” [!90!] - Vincent Low, Sonic the Comic #15 (11th December 1993)
"An excellent platform game with an ingenious game structure." [!89!] - Paul Mellerick, MEGA #13 (October 1993)
"Sonic CD is the Hog's best outing yet." [!88!] - SEGA Power #48 (November 1993)
"Sonic CD is the best advertisement for Mega CD yet." [!87!] - Andy Martin, Mega Drive Advanced Gaming #16 (December 1993)
"Sonic CD is an absolute must for Mega CD owners." [!87!] - Julian Rignall, SEGA Magazine #1 (January 1994)
"Once again SEGA have come up trumps with another great foray into the world of the spiky, blue megastar." [!85!] - Mark Smith, SEGA Force Mega #6 (December 1993)
"Gameplay's as slick as you'd expect of a Sonic game; the same goes for the graphics." [!85!] - Warren Lapworth, Mega Machines #1 (December 1993)
- Sonic CD was the first game to feature Sonic speaking - leave Sonic standing still for three minutes to hear him!
- The original release of Sonic CD featured a secret spooky message screen that would greet data pirates
- Sonic CD features two endings, and was the first in the series to feature full motion video cut scenes.
- European and Japanese versions of the game featured different music to its American counterpart
CLASSIC GAME FACTS
- Sonic CD first released in Japan on September 23, 1993
- Sonic CD was the SEGA CD's best-selling game of all time at 1.5 million copies
- The first Sonic game to feature CD-quality Red Book audio
- Remastered in 2011 by Christian Whitehead, the man behind Sonic Mania
Game apps are ad-supported and no in-app purchases are required to progress; ad-free play option available with in-app purchase.
This game may include "Interest Based Ads" (please see http://www.sega.com/mprivacy#3IBADiscolure for more information) and may collect "Precise Location Data" (please see http://www.sega.com/mprivacy#5LocationDataDisclosure for more information).
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Playing this on mobile is super nostalgic! 10/10!
Nov 21, 2020
The 1 star things looks wrong. Nostalgic Reader, Have you heard of sarcasm & Green hills? (Sonic 2 8 bit, that trashy one) I proceed to give your review a 0/10. This game is game, if you hate it, I HATE TO SEE WHAT YOU THINK OF SONIC BLAST. Sonic 1, 2, CD and the failed sonic 3 port seems worse, what’s worse? Marble Garden, Flying Battery and Death Egg. (S3) #theidiotisoverparty
Nov 18, 2020
Bad controls compared to the original release why even bother to make it for mobile
Nov 19, 2020
I purchased this game long ago and now I’m seeing ads? Despicable. Apparently there are supposed to be ads between levels if you haven’t paid. I don’t see those, but I still have to click an “x” to close an ad for a SEGA game each and every time I start the game. This is incredibly misleading and a really dishonest practice.In addition to that, I find d-pad too far to the left edge of the screen. A simple option to move it is virtually expected in a game like this. There seem to be virtually no control options, which is really lazy considering there are literally two things to touch on the screen.
Nov 20, 2020
Man, I love this game. I’ve beaten it and gotten half of the secrets (D.A. Garden, Tails, and Visual Mode) and I LOVE IT! A few things though... Wacky Workbench is garbage. I’ve only gotten the good future for it ONCE. And Metallic Madness, I WANTED to get a good future, but I couldn’t even go to the past! Also, just Tidal Tempest. Anyways, I love the secrets, and the game itself! Still, 4 stars because of those things :)
Nov 25, 2020