Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom is an endless running game from Sega. In this game, you chase after Dr Eggman, collect rings, and pump up your high score while avoiding hazards. Gamezebo’s Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom Tips, Cheats and Strategies will help keep you spinning through a world in motion.
You can switch lanes in mid-jump
Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom lets you take hits from enemies as long as you’re carrying rings, but slamming face-first into a solid object will end your run. And needless to say, the longer you run for, the more opportunities there are to hit objects and enemies.
It’s therefore important to develop strategies for survival. Switching lanes while in mid-jump is one way to make sure you stay alive for longer periods of time.
Use sprites to strengthen your dash
Sprites, which are distributed via giveaways and missions, can add a lot of pep to your performance. Some can only be used once, while others grant permanent stat boosts and functions while they’re equipped.
One very useful sprite is Legs, a permanent addition who extends the length of your dash. When you dash, you’re invincible: Objects and enemies are blasted out of your way, and you won’t fall down any pits. In other words, the more you’re able to dash — and the longer you can keep it up — the better your chances at surviving long enough to get a high score.
Don’t forget to power-up your sprites and characters
Rings aren’t just a shield against enemy attacks. They’re also used to power up your characters and your sprites.
Your characters earn experience when they run, but you can speed up the process a bit by feeding them rings. The higher your characters’ levels, the more points they earn while you play.
It’s probably better to save your rings for powering up your permanent sprites. The higher your sprites’ levels, the longer they can perform their functions.
Compete in timed events for great rewards
Sonic Dash 2 has timed events that offer up some pretty sweet rewards, including rings, experience, red rings (the game’s hard currency), and even sprites. If you have some time on your hands, it’s worth completing a few.
Use junctions to bank your rings
It’s a good idea to run down junctions when you see them. Doing so will bank any rings you’ve earned until that point, which prevents you from losing them to enemies. Banking rings also adds a multiplier. The more often your turn down a road less travelled, the higher your multiplier will be.
Jump on blue spring pads for a free ride
If you spot a blue spring pad, leap on it. You’ll be flung high into the sky, where you can ride on a rail while holding onto an enerbeam. These rides are useful highways that let you charge up your dash attack and collect rings a-plenty without running into danger.