Sega has announced that Sonic Jump Fever will be landing to Android and IOS this summer as a free-to-play game. The Sonic Jump Fever is based on the original Sonic Jump which was released on smartphones in 2012.
In the new release, players compete for high scores in vertical jumping challenges while playing as Sonic, Knuckles, and other characters from the Sonic universe. You will need to avoid obstacles, bounce off of platforms and collect rings to achieve the highest score possible.
Each game offers boosters, upgrades and unique character abilities for triggering huge point combos. In addition, Fever Mode will allow players to go into hyper-speed for even higher scores. To keep the competition interesting, the playable levels will move up to the next zone twice a week.
Each time this happens, the scores will be reset. As such, you'll be able to fight for the top of the leaderboards once again.
Sonic Jump Fever is currently in development by Sega Network's internal mobile studio, Hardlight Studios.