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Sonic the Hedgehog 2
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The second game of the Sonic series, and the first game to feature the Spindash


The gameplay is similar to the first game, except that this game has 2 acts instead of 3. The game also introduces the spindash, which is done by taping the jump button while ducking. Other new elements the game introduces include: The checkpoints have an expanded purpose, when you get 50 rings, you can jump into a ring, and into the Special stage, and unlike the games that came before it, this game also has 7 Chaos Emeralds instead of 6, and is also the first appearance of Super Sonic in the series.


  • Emerald Hill Zone
  • Chemical Plant Zone
  • Aquatic Ruin Zone
  • Casino Night Zone
  • Hill Top Zone
  • Mystic Cave Zone
  • Hidden Palace Zone (2013 re-release only)
  • Oil Ocean Zone
  • Sky Chase Zone
  • Wing Fortress Zone
  • Death Egg Zone

Scrapped Zones Edit

This is a list of scrapped zones of Sonic the Hedgehog 2:

  • Genocide City Zone (mistransltion of "Cyber City Zone" in development)
  • Hidden Palace Zone (came back in the iOS version of Sonic 2)
  • Wood Zone
  • Dust Hill Zone (The name was used for Mystic Cave Zone in the Simon Wai Prototype, but the actual zone was just an empty level)
  • Green Hill Zone (coding for Green Hill Zone from Sonic 1 still exists in the coding, along with a leftover in the Simon Wai Beta and the zone existed in it's full form in the Nick Arcade Prototype)

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