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    Sonic At Olympic Games 2020 is relaunched as an offline game on Android and iOS

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    Following the saying “better late than never” SEGA relaunched Sonic At The Olympic Games 2020 on devices Android e iOS. The game arrived in a paid form (R$ 4,90) and completely offline.

    The official Sonic game at the Tokyo Olympics brings several characters from the Sonic universe to compete in various sports, including 100m, 400m hurdles, Javelin Throwing, Archery, Karate, Diving, Shooting, Sport Climbing, Fencing, Trampoline, Hammer Throw, Table Tennis, Long Jump, BMX and Badminton.

    Although SEGA lists several features on the game's page, including daily challenges, rankings, friends, all are outside of Sonic at Olympic Games 2020, as the title is completely offline.

    Optimizations are also present, with the challenges being fully touch, in addition to having our language, PT-BR.

    The game is priced at R$4,90 and has no in-app purchases, unlocking all stages by paying once. The game requires 705MB of available space on iPhone/iPad, and may be similar to Android.

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    Sonic at the 2020 Olympics is released (online version)

    Still on iOS, the game already occupies the 2nd place in sports games and can also be purchased for R$4,90. It is worth remembering that it is already present in the official Google Play and App Store stores.



    Developer: SEGA
    Advertising: No | Offine game
    Contains built-in purchases: Yes
    Requires Android 5.0 / iOS 9.0
    Language: Spanish | Size: 500MB

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