For other uses of the term, see
Buzz Bomber (disambiguation).
Appearances in other media
Dark blue, yellow, silver, black Purple, red, gray, black (Idle type, ) Sonic Generations Blue, black, gray, yellow
Flight Firing rail detonators
Buzz Bomber ( is an enemy in the ビートン Bīton , lit. "Beeton") ? . It is a mass-produced, bee-based Sonic the Hedgehog series Badnik model created by Dr. Eggman.
Buzz Bombers have several upgraded models based on them. Since the Buzz Bombers' first appearance, they or other similar bee-type Badniks (such as
Buzzers) have become one of the most common enemies in the series.
The classic Buzz Bomber resembles a mechanical
mud dauber with a black coloring around its spherical thorax. The stinger at the tip of its blue-striped abdomen is a rail detonator cannon, its primary weapon. Two mechanical devices resembling pale wings give it the ability to hover. Also, two engines are installed into the sides of this Badnik's thorax. Finally, the classic Buzz Bomber has a blue head with cartoony eyes, two mandibles and yellow antenna.
, the Buzz Bomber models were more mechanically detailed, with four pink wings, cyan eyes, and a bendable bar between their thoraxes and abdomens. In Sonic Generations and several subsequent games, the Buzz Bombers retained their softer appearance from earlier games.
Sonic Lost World
, the Buzz Bombers received a more modernized and militaristic design. These Buzz Bombers retained the typical Buzz Bombers' basic shape. However, their wings had become yellow, their abdomens had lost their stripes, and their thoraxes had become blue. They also had black heads with a single red eye each and small antenna.
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Buzz Bomber's artwork in
. Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
The Buzz Bombers first appeared as enemies in the original 16-bit version of
. These Badniks were the most common enemies in the game, being featured specifically in the Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone, Marble Zone and Spring Yard Zone.
In the original 16-bit version, Buzz Bombers fly alone or in a group from the side of the screen. When a Buzz Bomber targets an enemy, it will halt in mid-air, retract its stinger, and fire a rail detonator blast before flying away. The player has to avoid projectiles and use the
Spin Jump to defeat them when the timing is right. Upon their defeat, they release an Animal.
In the 8-bit version of
the game with same name, the Buzz Bombers have the same attack pattern and are featured in Green Hill Zone and Bridge Zone. Like many other Badniks in the Game Gear and Master System titles, Buzz Bombers do not have Animals inside them as an organic battery.
, the Buzz Bombers were redesigned with plain stingers replacing their usual rail detonator projectiles. These variations appear as enemies in Sonic Chaos Turquoise Hill Zone, Gigalopolis Zone and Electric Egg Zone. They fly around in the first two Zones, but are stationary in the latter Zone.
In the game's English manual for the
Game Gear version, these enemies are simply called "bugs". However, the Japanese version identifies them as "  Beetons", which is the name used for Buzz Bombers in Japan. Other sources simply refer to these enemies as "  Buzzes", presumeably due to their lack of bombing capabilities.
Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball
In both the versions of
, the Buzz Bombers, Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball also known as "  Wasps" in the  Game Gear version and " Waspins" in the  Master System version, closely resemble the Buzz-Bombers from the animated series.
Sonic the Hedgehog
In gameplay, these enemies hover around and block pathways in
The Showdown. They can be destroyed with one hit and, in the 8-bit versions of the game, destroying one of them rewards the player with 80,000 points.
Sonic Adventure 2
Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic Adventure 2
and Sonic Adventure 2 , the Buzz Bombers made an appearance as enemies in the extra Sonic Adventure 2: Battle stage, Green Hill. The appearance of the Buzz Bombers is almost identical to their original appearance, but is more cubic.
In gameplay, these Badniks mostly act like how they did in their
first appearance. Upon their destruction, they will also release an Animal.
The Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic Generations
In the console/
PC version of , the Buzz Bombers appear as enemies. In these games, they were given a more mechanical-looking design. The player encounters the Buzz Bombers alongside the yellow Sonic Generations Buzzers in Green Hill Act 1 and 2.
In gameplay, Buzz Bombers, which are more uncommon than Buzzers, simply fly towards the player without launching any attack. Outside the main Acts, there are also giant purple, indestructible Buzz Bombers in the
Knuckles: Horde of Enemies Challenge Act. These Buzz Bombers cannot hurt Sonic, nor do they attempt to attack him, but they can propel Sonic high into the air if they are struck by an attack from a certain height, which is useful during these Buzz Bombers' Challenge Act. A statue of the purple Buzz Bomber can also be unlocked in the Statue Room.
In the 2012 remake of
, yellow and orange variations of the Buzz Bombers appeared at Sonic Jump Green Hill Zone. In gameplay, these Badniks act much like their yellow variations did in , namely by shooting energy projectiles from their stingers. However, they can easily be destroyed by jumping into them from below.
Sonic Lost World
A chain of Buzz Bombers in
. Sonic Lost World
In both the
Wii U and Nintendo 3DS version of , only blue Buzz Bombers appeared, although in this game, they were given a more comical design reminiscent of their appearance in the original Sonic Lost World . During the game, the Sonic the Hedgehog Badniks, Buzz Bombers included, got hijacked by the Deadly Six when they turned against Eggman and used to attack him under the Deadly Six's orders. When that happened, a few of them got destroyed by Sonic. One Buzz Bomber managed to injure Tails though, which made Sonic retreat with Tails.
On the Wii U version of the game, the player encounters the Buzz Bombers in
Desert Ruins Zone 1 and 3, Tropical Coast Zone 1 and 3, Silent Forest Zone 4, Sky Road Zone ?, and Lava Mountain Zone 2. On the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, the player encounters them in Windy Hill Tutorial, Windy Hill Zone 1, 2 and 3, Desert Ruins Zone 1 and 3, Frozen Factory Zone 2 and 3, Silent Forest Zone 1, 2 and 3, and Sky Road Zone 1 and 3
In gameplay, the Buzz Bombers either just fly around or float stationary in one place from where they shoot lasers at the player whenever they spot
Sonic. Like in earlier games, the Buzz Bombers release Animals when defeated. Sometimes, the Buzz Bombers also appears in chains with Spinners which the player can use to traverse the Zone.
Sonic Runners series
A Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic Runners
, the Buzz Bombers appear as enemies. In this game, they retained their design from Sonic Runners . They are also some of the more common foes encountered in the Sonic Lost World flying type characters' stages. In gameplay, they do not fire projectiles. Instead, some of them fly around back and forth separately or in groups. Other simply hover in place.
Buzz Bombers in
Sonic Runners come in three types. Aside from the regular types, there are golden Buzz Bombers which give 300 extra points each when destroyed, and black ones called Super Buzz Bombers which only Color Powers and power type characters can destroy. Also, any type of Buzz Bomber contain Animals inside them.
Sonic Runners Adventure
A Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic Runners Adventure
, the Buzz Bombers appear as enemies. In this game, they retain their design from Sonic Runners Adventure . The player encounters them in Sonic Lost World Green Hill, Desert Ruins and Lava Mountain.
In gameplay, the Buzz Bombers slowly fly towards the player without attacking them. Also, upon their destruction, they release an
, and its expansion Sonic Mania , the Buzz Bombers appear as enemies. In terms of design, they look exactly like they did in the original Sonic Mania Plus . In these games, they only appear in Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone.
In gameplay, the Buzz Bombers behave exactly like they did in their debut appearance, namely by flying in from the side of the screen (either in groups or by themselves), during which they will stop in midair and shoot at the playable characters when they get them in their sight before resuming their flight. Upon their destruction, they will release an
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
Buzz Bombers in
. Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
, the Buzz Bombers from Sonic Forces: Speed Battle appear on the race tracks. In gameplay, they act as stationary obstacles for the player to run into, perpetually floating in midair. However, they do not attack the player and can easily be destroyed using the Sonic Forces Spin Jump. Upon their destruction, they grant the player five Rings.
A Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic Forces
, the Buzz Bombers appear as enemies. In this game, they were completely redesigned to have modernized, militaristic looks. The player encounters them in Sonic Forces Lost Valley, Spaceport, Ghost Town, Prison Hall, Egg Gate, Arsenal Pyramid, Luminous Forest, Green Hill, Park Avenue, Capital City, Guardian Rock, Network Terminal, Death Egg, Metropolitan Highway and Mortar Canyon.
In gameplay, the Buzz Bombers exhibit two distinct attack patterns. In some sections, they simply hover in midair, never moving from their spot. When they see the playable character however, they will start taking shots at them. In other sections, the Buzz Bombers will fly forward until they spot the playable character, upon which they will stop in midair to shoot at them, much like in the original
Sonic the Hedgehog
boss battle with Zavok, yellow and orange versions of the Buzz Bombers appear. These enemies will appear around the boss area, where they will flying into the player. Upon colliding with something or getting hit by Zavok however, they will be destroyed.
Powers and abilities
With the aid of their (small but effective) wings and rockets, the Buzz Bombers are capable of flight. They are also equipped with stingers that can fire a rail detonator blast, which appears as a concentrated orb of laser energy, at their target.
Buzzer is the first variation of the Buzz Bomber that appeared. They are typically presented as yellow and orange versions of the Buzz Bombers (their only original distinctive features being the jet engines they had for wings). They also possess the same abilities as the Buzz Bombers. They first appeared in .
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Poh-Bee is a melee variation of the Buzz Bomber. These flying Badniks, instead of being equipped with rail detonators, have maces attached to their abdomens via chains which they swing around to attack foes. They first appeared in .
Sonic the Hedgehog CD
A giant Buzz Bomber-like robot stationed on board the
Death Egg in . It is fought alongside a Sonic Forces replica of Zavok.
In other media
Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic
A Buzz Bomber appears briefly in
manga. At the beginning of Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic Volume 3' story Sonic Rampage!!, the Buzz Bomber can be seen in the background getting defeated by Sonic with his Spin Attack, just as Eggman keeps mentioning how his arch-nemesis is always getting his way.
Sonic the Comic
The Buzz Bomber in
. Sonic the Comic
series published by Sonic the Comic Fleetway Editions, the Buzz Bombers are a part of Dr. Robotnik's Badnik army. Depending on the artist, the Buzz Bomber would be depicted differently in different issues. They were among the first generation of Badniks Robotnik produced and have threatened the people of Mobius since their creation.
The Buzzbomber, from
. Sonic the Hedgehog #275
comic series and its spin-offs published by Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics, the Buzz Bombers, here called Buzzbombers, were among the first generation of badniks produced by Dr. Robotnik. Early on, their design resembled that of their counterparts from the television series, though they would eventually come to resemble their game counterparts. Over time though, the Buzzbombers were rendered obsolete by more advanced robots and got decommissioned.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Following the events of
Worlds Collide, the Buzzbombers' history became nearly identical to that of their game counterparts.
comic series, the Buzz Bombers appeared as digital enemies whom Sonic X Sonic encountered in a virtual reality Dr. Eggman had trapped him in.
comic series and its spin-offs published by Sonic the Hedgehog IDW Publishing, the Buzz Bombers are Badniks created by Dr. Eggman. Their past is virtually identical to their game counterparts' up until after .
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
The Buzz Bomber in the
television series. Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
television series, the Buzz Bombers are red and green with no engines, eye eyes, and drills for noses. They would occasionally come after Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic and Tails, but would prove no match for the hedgehog.
Sonic the Hedgehog (TV series)
The Buzz-Bomber in the
TV series. Sonic the Hedgehog
, the Buzz Bombers, here spelled Sonic the Hedgehog Buzz-Bombers, possessed a more sinister design, although they retained their wings, rockets, and laser stingers. They only appeared in " Heads or Tails", where Dr. Robotnik deployed them twice; first to coax out Sonic and later to deploy a chemical weapon against the Great Forest. Both times though, they were stopped by Sonic and the Freedom Fighters.
Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie
The Buzz Bombers in
. Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie
, the Buzz Bombers are a brand of robots created by Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie Dr. Robotnik that patrol the Land of Darkness. Sonic and Tails encountered a swarm of them on their road to Robotropolis.
A "Buzz Bomber" in
televisions series, the Buzz Bombers, here called Sonic Boom Bee Bots, are a mass-produced robot model created by Dr. Eggman. They serve both as Eggman's sentries and foot soldiers which the doctor uses for his frequent attacks on Team Sonic and Seaside Island. While fast and agile, they are not very powerful and are easily destroyed in intense combat.
The toy company
TOMY has released Buzz Bomber action figurine during the release of as it also includes a series of 21 Sonic figurines and these figurines came in packs of four under the Sonic & Knuckles Sonic & Knuckles label and were also released individually under a Sonic the Hedgehog label.
The Buzz Bomber's names might have been based on a game for the Intellivision called " ", which is also the name of a minigame for Buzz Bombers Penn and Teller's Smoke and Mirrors.
The Buzz Bombers appear in as a part of the winning Fan Art presented in the game.
Sonic and the Black Knight In the original 8-bit version of , the Buzz Bomber was known as Sonic the Hedgehog Le Bourdon Bombardier in French,  La Avispa Mortifera in Spanish,  Vespa Bombardiere in Italian,  Vliegende Bommenwerper in Dutch, and  Pörriäispommittaja in Finnish.
 The purple Buzz Bombers in are simply recolors of the Sonic Generations Buzzers that do not fire at Sonic. Before Sonic Generations, this Buzzer model was used in .
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Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails (Modern)) Takuto Yoshinaga ( | Tails (Classic)) Nobutoshi Canna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Koji Yusa ( | Shadow) Rumi Ochiai ( | Rouge) Daisuke Ono ( | Silver) Nao Takamori ( | Blaze) Sayaka Aoki ( | Cream) Kenta Miyake ( | Vector) Yuuki Masuda ( | Espio) Youko Teppozuka ( | Charmy) Etsuko Kozakura (
Back 2 Back | Escape from the City* | Vengeance is Mine** | You're My Hero
Blue Blur: Sonic Generations Original Soundtrack | Sonic Generations: 20 Years of Sonic Music | History of the 1st Stage Original Soundtrack Blue Edition | History of the 1st Stage Original Soundtrack White Edition
Sonic's birthday | Boost Gauge | Chao in Space | Collection Room | Combo* | Corkscrew loop | Death Egg Robot* | Egg Dragoon* | Egg Gun | Egg Mobile | Egg Spear | Havok* | Health Gauge** | Lair of the Time Eater | Miles Electric | Orca | Perfect Bonus | Rank | Skill Shop* | Sonic Generations (manga) | Sonic Generations of Skate | Statue Room* | Time Attack | Tornado-1 | Totem Pole | White Space | Winding Tunnel | Wisp Gauge**
*Console/PC version only
** Nintendo 3DS version only
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Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Virtual Hedgehog*
Tails | Dr. Eggman | Orbot | Cubot | Knuckles | Amy | Deadly Six ( Zavok, Zazz, Zomom, Master Zik, Zeena, Zor) | Yacker* | Animals ( Cucky, Flicky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky) | Omochao* | NiGHTS^ | Yoshi^
Wisps White* | Cyan | Yellow | Indigo | Crimson* | Magenta* | Green* | Black*^ | Red** | Ivory** | Gray**
Worlds Windy Hill | Desert Ruins | Tropical Coast | Frozen Factory | Silent Forest | Sky Road | Lava Mountain | Hidden World* | Special Stage**
Nightmare Zone^ | Yoshi's Island Zone^ | The Legend of Zelda Zone^ | Circus*
Badniks Antlion | Antlion Mother* | Anton* | Aquis* | Balkiry | Ball Hog* | Batbrain | BFB* | Blowfish Transporter | Blaster* | Bomb* | Burrobot* | Buzz Bomber | Caterkiller | Chopper* | Clucker | Cluckoid* | Coconuts* | Crabmeat* | Crawl | Crawlton | Dragonfly* | Dung Beetle* | Egg Pawn | Galaga Bee* | Gohla | Grabber | Gustav Turtle | Jaws | Laser Grabber* | Madmole* | Manbou* | Manta* | Moto Bug | Mushmeanie* | Nebula* | Newtron | Octus* | Orbinaut ( Uni Uni, Unidasu) | Pata-Bata* | Penguinator | Sandworm | Slicer | Snale Blaster* | Spiker* | Spikes* | Sprinkler* | Spinner** | Tarantula* | Thunder Spinner** | Tonber* | Turtloids* | Utsubo*
Baku Baku* | Boo* | Boom Boo* | Cactus Ball | Sandworm | Sheep* | Surprise Crocodile* | Yeti*
Zazz | Zomom | Master Zik | Zeena | Zor | Zavok | Deadly Six | Eggrobo
Bound Jump** | Charged Dash** | Dash | Double Jump | Focused Homing Attack | Grind Step | Grinding | Sky Dive | Spin Dash | Spin Jump
Parkour Flying Kick* | Somersault Kick** | Wall Climb** | Wall Jump** | Wall Run | Vault Dash*
Color Powers Black Bomb*^ | Crimson Eagle* | Cyan Laser | Gray Quake** | Green Hover* | Indigo Asteroid | Ivory Lightning** | Magenta Rhythm* | Red Burst** | Yellow Drill
Gimmicks and obstacles
Balloon* | Bingo | Bumper | Cannon* | Cloud | Coconut* | Conveyor Belt* | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring** | Fan** | Flipper | Flower Cannon | Flywheel** | Grind Rail | High-speed warp tube* | Hint Ring | Iron ball | Jump Panel** | Metal nut* | Minecart | Musical note | Planetoid Spring* | Prism | Rainbow Ring** | Seesaw | Slot machine* | Snowball | Snowblower | Spring | Spring Catapult* | Truffle Cannon* | Underground Pipe** | Windmill*
5 Ring Bonus** | Air Bubble** | Apple | Asteroid Ring | Billiard Ball | Bound bell* | Cage | Capsule | Case** | Casino Token* | Chaos Emerald | Floating Item Box* | Item Box ( 1-Up, Aqua Shield**, Big 50 Ring**, Flame Shield, Invincible, Power Sneakers, Shield*, Super Ring, Thunder Shield, Warp*) | Number Ring* | Orb** | Red Star Ring | Ring
RC Vehicles Helicopter | Fighter Jet | Stealth Jet | Hovercraft | Balloon | UFO | Omochao
** Material Green Material** | Yellow Material** | Blue Material** | White Material** | Iron Material** | Black Material** | Red Material** | Bronze Material** | Silver Material** | Gold Material**
English voice actors
Roger Craig Smith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman) Kate Higgins ( | Tails) Travis Willingham ( | Knuckles, Zavok) Cindy Robinson ( | Amy) Kirk Thornton ( | Orbot, Master Zik) Wally Wingert ( | Cubot) Liam O'Brien ( | Zazz) Patrick Seitz ( | Zomom) Stephanie Sheh ( | Zeena) Sam Riegel (
Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Canna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Mitsuo Iwata ( | Orbot) Wataru Takagi ( | Cubot) Jōji Nakata ( | Zavok) Yutaka Aoyama ( | Zazz) Yumi Tōma ( | Zeena) Mugihito ( | Master Zik) Chafūrin ( | Zomom) Yūki Tai (
Sonic Lost World Bonus Soundtrack (Special Selection) | Sonic Lost World: Wonder World EP | Without Boundaries: Sonic Lost World Original Soundtrack
Auto Running* | Bonus Point* | Cacophonic Conch | Egg Mobile | Extractor | Freeze | Havok | Health Gauge** | Lost Hex | Miles Electric | Mission | Moon Mech | Rank** | Roboticization | Snowball Sonic* | Sonic the Hedgehog Halloween Conic Fest 2013 | Tails' Lab** | Time Attack* | Tornado | Totem Pole | Wisp Away* | Wisp Gauge | Zeti
"*" Exclusively to
Wii U version "**" Exclusive to Nintendo 3DS version "^" Exclusive to the Wii U version and downloadable content.
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Sonic the Hedgehog ( Super Sonic) | Miles "Tails" Prower ( Super Tails) | Knuckles the Echidna ( Super Knuckles) | Mighty the Armadillo* ( Super Mighty)* | Ray the Flying Squirrel* ( Super Ray)*
Dr. Eggman | Hard Boiled Heavies ( Heavy King, Heavy Gunner, Heavy Shinobi, Heavy Magician, Heavy Rider) | Phantom Heavies ( Phantom King, Phantom Gunner, Phantom Shinobi, Phantom Magician, Phantom Rider) | Metal Sonic ( Giga Metal) | Animals ( Becky, Cucky, Flicky, Locky, Micky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky, Tocky, Wocky) | Jimmy
Zones Angel Island Zone* | Green Hill Zone | Chemical Plant Zone | Studiopolis Zone | Flying Battery Zone | Press Garden Zone | Stardust Speedway Zone | Hydrocity Zone | Mirage Saloon Zone | Oil Ocean Zone | Lava Reef Zone | Metallic Madness Zone | Titanic Monarch Zone | Egg Reverie Zone | Special Stage | Bonus Stage | Pinball Stage*
Armadiloid | Aquis | Asteron | Ball Hog | Batbrain | Blaster | Blastoid | Bloominator* | Bugernaut | Bumpalo | Buzz Bomber | Cactula | Catakiller, Jr. | Chopper | Clucker | Crabmeat | Dango | Dragonfly | Eggrobo | Fireworm | Flasher mk.II | Gohla | Grabber | Hotaru | IceBomba | Iwamodoki | Jawz | Jellygnite | Juggle Saw | Kabasira | Kanabun | Madmole | Matryoshka-Bom | Mega Chopper | Mic Drop | Monkey Dude* | Moto Bug | Newtron | Octus | Pointdexter | Rattlekiller | Rexon | RhinoBot* | Robot Bee | Robot Beetle | Roller mk.II | Scarab | Sentry Bug | Shutterbug | Silver Sonic | Spiny | Splats | Sweep | Technosqueek | Toxomister | Tubinaut | Turbo Spiker | Turbo Turtle | Vultron | Wall Crawl | Woodrow
DD Wrecker | Amoeba Droid | Heavy Gunner | Big Squeeze | Shiversaw | Hotaru Hi-Watt | Dive Eggman | Uber Caterkiller | Meter Droid | Drillerdroid | Egg Pistons mk.II | Crimson Eye
Death Egg Robot | Mean Bean Machine | Weather Globe | Spider Mobile | Heavy Shinobi | Metal Sonic | Laundro-Mobile | Heavy Magician | Mega Octus | Heavy Rider | Heavy King | Gachapandora | Phantom Egg | Phantom King and Klepto Mobile
Air Glide* | Bounce Jump | Climb | Double Jump | Drop Dash | Fireball Spin Dash | Glide | Hammer Drop* | Insta-Shield | Propeller Flying | Ring Spark Field | Spin Attack | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Super Peel Out | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack
Gimmicks and obstacles
Beanstalk | Bomb | Bumper | Bungee Rope | Bumper wall | Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Dash Panel | Electrical conduit | Fan | Fireball Cannon | Flipper | Flywheel | Goal Plate | High-speed warp tube | Ice Spring | Iron ball | Jump Panel | Platform-raising Wheel | Pulley | Ruby Mist | Seesaw | Size Beam | Snowblower | Spikes | Spring | Switch | Transport | Vine | Zip Line
Air Bubble | Capsule | Chaos Emerald | Giant Ring | Giant spear | Item Box ( 1-UP, Blue Shield, Bubble Shield, Character*, Hyper Ring, Eggman Mark, Fire Shield, Invincible, Lightning Shield, Player Swap, Power Sneakers, Random, S, Super Ring) | Little Planet flowers | Master Emerald | Metal Sonic Projector | Medallion | Ring | Robot transporter | Schrodinger's Capsule* | Sphere | Star Circle | Star Post | Time Warp Plate | UFO | Warp Point
Sonic Mania (vinyl album) | Sonic Mania Original Soundtrack (Selected Edition) | Sonic Mania Plus Original Soundtrack
Angel Island | Auto Running | Continue | Death Egg Robot | Debug Mode | Egg Mobile | Freeze | Hang Glider | Klepto Mobile | Level Select | Little Planet | Mega Mack | Perfect Bonus | Phantom Ruby | Rock Drill | Shuttle loop | ( Sonic Mania Adventures Sonic Returns, Sonic and Tails, & Knuckles, Mighty and Ray, Metal Mayhem, From: A. Rose, The Complete Mini-Series) | Time Attack | Time Over | Tornado | Winding Tunnel
Sonic Mania Plus only
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Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Classic Sonic ( Classic Super Sonic) | Avatar | Shadow (Episode Shadow)
Resistance ( Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Team Chaotix ( Vector, Espio, Charmy), Silver, Team Dark ( Shadow, Rouge, Omega)) | Dr. Eggman | Infinite | Orbot | Cubot | Metal Sonic | Chaos | Zavok | Animals ( Cucky, Flicky, Pecky, Picky, Pocky, Ricky, Rocky)
Wisps Blue Wisp | Green Wisp | Indigo Wisp | Ivory Wisp | Red Wisp | Violet Wisp | White Wisp | Yellow Wisp
World Map regions
Chemical Plant | City | Death Egg | Eggman Empire Fortress | Green Hill | Metropolis | Mystic Jungle
Lost Valley | Spaceport | Ghost Town | Prison Hall | VS. Zavok | Egg Gate | Arsenal Pyramid | Luminous Forest | VS. Infinite | Green Hill | VS. Eggman | Park Avenue | Casino Forest | Aqua Road | Sunset Heights | Capital City | VS. Infinite | Chemical Plant | Red Gate Bridge | Guardian Rock | Network Terminal | Death Egg | Metropolitan Highway | Null Space | Imperial Tower | Mortar Canyon | VS. Infinite | Iron Fortress | Final Judgement | VS. Death Egg Robot
Episode Shadow Enemy Territory | Eggman's Facility | Virtual Reality
Secret Fire Cannon 1 | Vanish Panel 1 | Bomb Block 1 | Plasma Cannon 1 | Laser Cannon 1 | Reverse Block 1
Extra Flying Pod | Bomb Block 2 | Laser Cannon 2 | Reverse Block 2 | Vanish Panel 2 | Fire Cannon 2 | Plasma Cannon 2
Aero-Chaser | Buzz Bomber | Chopper | Egg Pawn | Egg Tank | Egg Walker | Galaga Bee | Moto Bug | Missile Pod | Nebula | Sandworm | Sprinkler | Valkeen
Death Egg Robot | Eggman | Egg Dragoon | Infinite | Metal Sonic | Zavok
Air Boost | Boost | Bottomless pit | Crouch | Double Boost | Double Jump | Drop Dash | Grind Step | Grinding | Homing Attack | Side Step/Cartwheel | Skydiving | Slide | Super Sonic Boost | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Stomp | Triple Boost | V. Maximum Overdrive Attack | Wall Jump | Wire Attack
Gimmicks and obstacles
Balloon | Bumper | Conveyor Belt | Dash Panel | Dash Rail | Dash Ring | Fan | Flipper | Flywheel | Goal | Goal Plate | Grind Rail | High-speed warp tube | Hint Ring | Iron ball | Jump Panel | Laser field | List of pinball obstacles | Pulley | Rainbow Ring | Ring Shooter | Slot machine | Spikes | Spring | Spring Catapult | Spring Pole | Wide spring | Wire Target | Zip Line
Air Bubble | Blue Block | Blue Ring | Capsule | Container ( Unbreakable Container, Wooden Container) | Costume | Item Box ( Bonus Rings, Invincibility, Power Sneakers, Shield) | Medal | Meteorite | Number Ring | Red Star Ring | Ring | Silver Moon Ring | Star Post | Wisp Capsule
Wispons Asteroid | Burst | Cube | Drill | Hover | Lightning | Void
English voice actors
Roger Craig Smith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman) Liam O'Brien ( | Infinite) Colleen O'Shaughnessey ( | Tails, Charmy) Travis Willingham ( | Knuckles, Zavok) Cindy Robinson ( | Amy) Kirk Thornton ( | Shadow, Orbot) Karen Strassman ( | Rouge) Vic Mignogna ( | Omega) Quinton Flynn ( | Silver) Keith Silverstein ( | Vector) Matthew Mercer ( | Espio) Wally Wingert (
Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kotaro Nakamura ( | Eggman) Takashi Kondō ( | Infinite) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Canna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Kōji Yusa ( | Shadow) Rumi Ochiai ( | Rouge) Taiten Kusunoki ( | Omega) Daisuke Ono ( | Silver) Kenta Miyake ( | Vector) Yūki Masuda ( | Espio) Yōko Teppōzuka ( | Charmy) Jōji Nakata ( | Zavok) Mitsuo Iwata ( | Orbot) Wataru Takagi ( | Cubot) Fumihiko Tachiki (Narrator)
Fading World | Fighting Onward | Fist Bump | Infinite | Justice | Moonlight Battlefield | Nowhere to Run | Rhythm And Balance | Set in Motion | Supporting Me | The Light of Hope | Virtual Enemies
Sonic Forces Original Soundtrack - A Hero Will Rise | Sonic Forces Vocal Traxx - On The Edge | Sonic Forces Hi-Res Collection | Sonic Forces Original Soundtrack The Vinyl Cutz
Boost Gauge | Chaos Control | Challenge Mission | Daily Mission | Death Crab | Death Egg | Death Egg Robot | Death Egg Robot sentinel | Death Queen | Egg Dragoon | Egg Mobile | Eggman Army | Eggman Empire | Eggman Fleet | Experience | Health Gauge | Jackal Squad | Mega Mack | Miles Electric | Operation Big Wave | Phantom Ruby | Phantom Ruby prototype | Real-Time Interaction | Replica | Resistance HQ | Sandworm | Skill | ( Sonic Forces digital comic Moment of Truth, Stress Test, Looming Shadow, Rise of Infinite) | | Sonic Forces: Speed Battle SOS Mission | Time Over | War to Take Back the Planet | Winding Tunnel | Wisp Gauge
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Sonic | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | Cream | Classic Sonic | Shadow | Rouge | Omega | Silver | Blaze | Espio | Charmy | Vector | Big | Jet | Wave | Storm | Chaos | Metal Sonic | Zavok | Zazz | Zeena | Tikal | Witch Rouge | Vampire Shadow | Elf Classic Sonic | Santa Big | Lunar Blaze | Lantern Silver | Spring Cream | Slugger Sonic | All-Star Amy | Tropical Storm | Tidal Wave | Ice Slicer Jet | Teen Sonic | Baby Sonic | Longclaw
Aero-Chaser | Buzz Bomber | Egg Pawn
Ancient Isles | Celestial Skyway | Celestial Skyway R | Corkscrew Canyon | Dash Vegas | Desert Falls | Electric Arbor | Glowing Grotto | High Hill Park | Lambent Grove | Parched Palms | Parched Palms R | Pinnacle Peaks | Pyramid Valley | Pyramid Valley R | Red Gate Bay | Red Gate Bay R | Red Gate Ruins | Sandy Hills | Spiral Heights | Splash Highway | Splash Highway R | Street Retreat | Suburban Speedway | Sunset Bridge | Tangled Tunnels | Temple Gate | Temple Gate R | Viaduct Valley
Grinding | Slide | Spin Jump
Gimmicks and obstacles
Conveyor Belt | Dash Panel | Grind Rail | Spikes
Chest | Item Box ( Bashosen, Blizzard Bomb, Booby Trap, Bubble Bomb, Bunny Boost, Captive Light, Chao Attack, Chao Chase, Chao Guardians, Chao-nado, Chopper Chomp, Cyclone Charge, Dead End, Drac-O'-Lantern, Dragon Dance, Electro Boost, EMP Boost, Explosive Mine, Festive Umbrella Boost, Fire Boost, Fire Whirl, Fireball, Firework Flurry, Flue Shot, Frozen Chopper Chomp, Harvest Time, Hedge Maze, Home Run, Ice Boost, Ice Mine, Ice Wave, Illusion Boost, Illusion Mine, Invincibility, Lava Bomb, Lightning, Lilytrap, Moto-Bug, Power Sneakers, Pyro-Mine, Ring Portal, Shield, Star Trail, Steal, Storm Cloud, Strike Out, Tornado, Trap Shot, Umbrella Boost, Whirlwind, Wind Boost, Wipeout, Wrench Rush, Zap Trap) | Phantom Ruby prototype | Red Star Ring | Ring | Trophy
Cheese | Froggy | Type-J | Type-S | Type-W