The Crouch,[1] also known as the Duck,[2] Look Down,[3] or Scroll Screen,[4] is a move in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is a technique where the user assumes a low stance on the ground.

Description

When performing the Crouch, the user assumes a low position by lowering their head and upper body. In gameplay, Crouching is useful for dodging attacks or obstacles that would otherwise hit the player while standing up.

In some games, performing the Crouch can yield additional effects. In several Sonic games, especially the early games in the series, performing the Crouch allows the user to make the camera pan downward, thereby giving the player a view of the area beneath where the user of the Crouch stands. In one instance, it can also be used while moving to slip through narrow spaces which can otherwise only be passed through with the Slide. In another instance, it can also be used to maneuver sticky footing that would otherwise slow down movement.

Game appearances

Sonic the Hedgehog (16-bit)

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The Crouch made its first appearance in the original Sonic the Hedgehog, where it is used by Sonic. In this game, the move does not have a name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic bends down and holds both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic cannot move while performing the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player can pan down the camera. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog (8-bit)

SonicCrouchStH-8Bit.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog (8-bit), the Crouch is used by Sonic. In this game, the move does not have a name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic bends down and holds both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic cannot move while performing the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player can make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (8-bit)

SonicCrouchStH2-8Bit.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (8-bit), this move is referred to as the crouch[5] and is only performed by Sonic. When performing the crouch in this game, Sonic will once again bend down and hold both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the crouch. When using the crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (16-bit)

Sonic crouch2.gif
Tails crouch.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (16-bit), the Crouch is used by Sonic, Super Sonic, and Tails. In this game, the move does not have a name. When using the Crouch in this game, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head while Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog CD

SonicCrouchCD.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog CD, the move is referred to as the duck[6] and is only used by Sonic. When performing the duck in this game, Sonic will, like in previous titles, bend down and hold both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the duck. When using the duck though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the duck in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still, and to pan down the camera, press down on Controlpadds.png twice and then hold.

Sonic Chaos

SonicCrouchChaos.gif
TailsCrouchChaos.gif

In Sonic Chaos, the move is referred to as the Duck[7] and is utilized by Sonic and Tails. When using the Duck in this game, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head while Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Duck though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Duck in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball

SonicCrouchSpinball16-bit.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball, the move is referred to as the Duck[8] and is used by Sonic. When using the Duck in this game, Sonic bends down and holds both hands on his head while looking into the ground.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the Duck. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still.

Sonic Spinball (8-bit)

SonicCrouchSpinball8-bit.gif

In Sonic Spinball (8-bit), the move is referred to as the crouch[9] and is used by Sonic. When using the crouch in this game, Sonic bends down without putting his hands on his head while looking forward.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the crouch. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Sonic is standing still.

Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles

Sonic crouch3.gif
Tails crouch3.gif
Knuckles crouch.gif

In Sonic the Hedgehog 3, its add-on continuation Sonic & Knuckles, and the lock-on version, Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles, the move is referred to as the crouch,[10] the Duck,[2] and Look Down.[3] In these games, it is used by every playable character. In Sonic the Hedgehog 3, it can be used by Sonic, Super Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles (although in Knuckles' case it can only be used in Competition Mode), while in Sonic & Knuckles it can be used solely by Sonic, Super Sonic, Knuckles, and Super Knuckles. Lastly, in Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles it can be used normally by Sonic, Super Sonic, Hyper Sonic, Knuckles, Super Knuckles, Hyper Knuckles, Tails, and Super Tails.

When used, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head, Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward, and Knuckles will squat downward with his fists facing forwards.

As the crouch will function identically regardless of which game is played, in gameplay, none of the playable characters are able to move while using the Crouch. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble

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STT Tailscrouch.png

In Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble, the move is referred to as the crouch[11] and can be used by Sonic and Tails. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head while Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Knuckles' Chaotix

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KC Knucklescrouch.png
KC Vectorcrouch.png
KC Espiocrouch.png
KC Mightycrouch.png

In Knuckles' Chaotix, the Crouch technique can be used by Knuckles, Charmy, Espio, Mighty, and Vector. In this game, the move does not have a name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Knuckles will bend down and look forwards, Charmy will bend down with his eyes closed, Espio will squat downwards with both hands to one side, Mighty will bend down and hold both hands on his shell, and Vector will bend down in a listening gesture.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Tails Adventure

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In Tails Adventure, the move is referred to as the crouch[12] and can be used by Tails. When performing the Crouch in this game, Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes.

In gameplay, Tails is unable to move while using the crouch. When using the crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while Tails is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png. Unlike in the previous titles, however, in this game, the Crouch also serves as a means of hitting low-positioned objects with bombs, as any bombs tossed during a crouch will travel lower than usual.

Sonic the Fighters

Sonic Blast

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SB knuckles crouch.png

In Sonic Blast, the Crouch technique can be used by Sonic, and Knuckles. In this game, the move does not have a name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head while Knuckles will squat downward with his fists facing forwards.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic R

In Sonic R, the move is referred to as crouch[13] and can be used by Sonic, Super Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. In general, it is used as a set-off for the Spin Dash Roll.[13] To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still. While crouching, the player can then press Sega Saturn B Button.png to perform the Spin Dash Roll.

Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure

SPA Sonic crouch.png
SPA Tails crouch.png

In Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure, the Crouch technique can be used by Sonic, as well as Tails (although in the latter's case it can only be used in multiplayer mode). In this game, the move does not have a name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic will bend down and hold both hands on his head while Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on the controller stick while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on controller stick.

Sonic Advance series

Sonic Advance

Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Sonic crouch.png
Sonic Advance 1 Tails crouch.png
Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Knuckles crouch.png
Sonic Advance 1 Amy crouch.png

In Sonic Advance, the move is referred to as look down[14] and can be used by Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy. When performing look down in this game, Sonic will bend downwards and look forward, Tails will bend down with one arm stretched behind him, Knuckles will bend down and hold both hands on his head, and Amy will squat down while looking forwards.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using look down. When using look down though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform look down in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic Advance 2

Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Sonic crouch.png
Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Knuckles crouch.png
Sonic Advance 2 Tails crouch.png
Sonic Advance 2 Amy crouch.png
Sonic Advance 2 3 Cream crouch.png

In Sonic Advance 2, the move is referred to as crouch[15] and can be used by Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and Cream. When performing the crouch in this game, Sonic will bend downwards and look forward, Tails will bend down with one arm stretched behind him, Knuckles will bend down and hold both hands on his head, Amy will squat down while looking forwards, and Cream will crouch downwards with her hands wrapped around her.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the crouch. When using the crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic Advance 3

Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Sonic crouch.png
Sonic Advance 1 2 3 Knuckles crouch.png
Sonic Advance 3 Tails crouch.png
Sonic Advance 3 Amy crouch.png
Sonic Advance 2 3 Cream crouch.png

In Sonic Advance 3, the move is referred to as look down[16] and can be used by Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and Cream. When performing look down in this game, Sonic will bend downwards and look forward, Tails will bend down with his hands on his shoes, Knuckles will bend down and hold both hands on his head, Amy will squat down with her hands beside her, and Cream will crouch downwards with her hands wrapped around her.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using look down. When using look down though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform look down in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic Rush series

Sonic Rush

In Sonic Rush, the move is referred to as Scroll Screen[4] and is used by Sonic and Blaze. When performing this move, both Sonic and Blaze will bend down on their knees with their left arm raised and their right arm aligned with their rear leg.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using Scroll Screen. When using Scroll Screen though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform Scroll Screen in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic Rush Adventure

In Sonic Rush Adventure, the move is referred to as Scroll Screen[17] is used by Sonic and Blaze. When using Scroll Screen, both Sonic and Blaze will bend down on their knees while looking forward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using Scroll Screen. When using Scroll Screen though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform Scroll Screen in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Sonic using the Crouch in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the move is referred to as the crouch[18] and is used by Sonic, as well as every other playable character in the game. When performing the crouch in this game, Sonic bends down and looks into the ground with both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the crouch. When using the Crouch though, Sonic can shorten his damageable collision bubble, thereby enabling him to dodge some attacks and projectiles. It also enables him to crouch cancel enemy attacks. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to hold down on the Control Stick.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

Sonic using the Crouch in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, the technique is referred to as the crouch[19][20] and is available to every playable character, including Sonic. Like before, when performing the crouch, Sonic bends down and looks into the ground with both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the crouch. When using the crouch though, Sonic is able to shorten his damageable collision bubble, which permits him to dodge some attacks and projectiles. It also allows him to crouch cancel enemy attacks. To perform the crouch in gameplay, the player has to hold down on the Control Stick.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Sonic using the Crouch in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Crouch is used by all playable characters, including Sonic. Like in the earlier titles, when performing the Crouch, Sonic bends down and looks into the ground with both hands on his head.

In gameplay, Sonic is unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, Sonic can shorten his damageable collision bubble, allowing him to dodge some attacks and projectiles. It can also be used to crouch cancel enemy attacks. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to hold down on the Control Stick.

Sonic Unleashed

Sonic using the Crouch in the Wii/PlayStation 2 version of Sonic Unleashed.

In Sonic Unleashed, the move is referred to as the Crouch[1] and is used by Sonic the Hedgehog. When performing the Crouch, Sonic bends down and supports himself with a hand on the ground.

In gameplay, Sonic can move around while Crouching, unlike in subsequent games, albeit only by crawling around on all fours. This way, the player can pass through spaces otherwise only traversable with the Slide. To use Crouch in gameplay, the player has to hold down the following buttons while standing still. Using the control stick while Crouching lets Sonic crawl around:

PlayStation 2 Wii Remote + Nunchuk Wii (Classic Controller) Wii (GameCube Controller) PlayStation 3 Xbox 360
PSSquareButton.png Wii-Button-Z.png y Button SNNBGAMECUBEDISCO.png PSObutton.png XboxB.png

Sonic the Hedgehog Level Creator

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In Sonic the Hedgehog Level Creator, the Crouch is used by Sonic. In this game, the move does not have a known name. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic bends down and looks into the ground with both hands on his head.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. Unlike in previous games, the camera pans down instantly after performing the Crouch. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press [↓]/down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I

Sonic using the Crouch in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I.

In Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I, and its add-on continuation Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode Metal, the Crouch technique is used by Sonic and Metal Sonic. When performing the Crouch in this game, Sonic bends down and looks into the ground with both hands on his head while Metal Sonic falls down on his knees with both hands on the ground while looking forward.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down with Controlpadds.png/Control Stick while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down with Controlpadds.png/Control Stick.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II

Sonic using the Crouch in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II.

In Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II, the Crouch is utilized by both Sonic and Tails. When performing the Crouch in this game, both Sonic and Tails bend down and look into the ground with both hands on their respective heads.

In gameplay, the playable characters are unable to move while using the Crouch. When using the Crouch though, the player is able to make the camera pan down. To perform the Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press down with Controlpadds.png/Control Stick while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down with Controlpadds.png/Control Stick.

Sonic Colors

In Sonic Colors, the move is referred to as the Crouch[21] and Look down.[22] It is used by Sonic, as well as Super Sonic, the Mii, and the Virtual Hedgehog in the Wii version. When performing the Crouch in the Wii version, the user bends down and supports themselves with a hand on the ground. When performing the Crouch in the Nintendo DS version, Sonic simply bends down and lowers his upper body and head.

In gameplay, should the player try to move while Crouching, it will induce the Slide instead. To perform Crouch in gameplay, the player has to press the following buttons while standing still:

Wii Remote + Nunchuk Wii Remote Sideways Wii (Classic Style) Wii (GameCube Controller)
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Sonic Generations

Sonic using Crouch in Sonic Generations.

In the HD version of Sonic Generations, the Crouch is used by Modern Sonic and Modern Super Sonic. Additionally, it is used by Classic Sonic and Classic Super Sonic under the name Look Down.[23] When using the move in this game, Classic Sonic bends down and hold both hands on his head, while Modern Sonic bends down and supports himself with a hand on the ground.

In gameplay, Classic Sonic is unable to move while using Look Down, but Modern Sonic is able to initiate the Slide if he moves while Crouching. To use the move in gameplay, the player must press down on the left stick/Controlpadds.png while standing still as Classic Sonic, and press XboxB.png/PSObutton.png while standing still as Modern Sonic.

Sonic Lost World

Sonic using the Duck in Sonic Lost World.

In the HD version of Sonic Lost World, the move is referred to as the Duck.[24] It is used by Sonic and Super Sonic, as well as the Virtual Hedgehog in the Wii U version.

In gameplay, moving while Ducking will make the user roll. In this state, the player slowly spins along the ground in a similar fashion as the Spin Attack, at a set speed. This allows easy traversal of sticky footing that would otherwise slow the user down. To use the Duck in gameplay, the player must press Snnwiidsxbuttondisco.png/Snnwiidsybuttondisco.png while standing still.

Sonic Mania

In Sonic Mania and its expansion Sonic Mania Plus, the move is referred to as the crouch[25] and is used by Sonic, Super Sonic, Tails, Super Tails Knuckles, Super Knuckles, Mighty, Super Mighty, Ray, and Super Ray.

When used, Sonic, Mighty and Ray bend down and hold both hands on their heads, Tails bends his knees and puts his hands on his shoes while looking upward, and Knuckles squats downward with his fists facing forwards.

In gameplay, none of the playable characters are able to move while using the Crouch. To perform the move in gameplay, the player has to press down on Controlpadds.png while the playable character is standing still, and to pan down the camera, keep holding down on Controlpadds.png.

Sonic Forces

In Sonic Forces, the move is again referred to as the Crouch.[26] It is usable to Modern Sonic, Modern Super Sonic, Classic Sonic, Classic Super Sonic, the Avatar, and Shadow. In this game, moving while Crouching as Modern Sonic, Modern Super Sonic, the Avatar, and Shadow induces the Slide.

To perform the move in gameplay, the player has to press Switch a.png/PSObutton.png/B button.png while the playable character stands still.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic Unleashed (PlayStation 3) European instruction booklet, p. 12.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sonic & Knuckles (Sega Mega Drive) European instruction manual, pg. 20.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Sonic & Knuckles (Sega Mega Drive) United Kingdom instruction manual, pg. 8.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Sonic Rush (Nintendo DS) United States instruction booklet, pg. 9.
  5. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Sega Game Gear) United States instruction booklet, pg. 5.
  6. Sonic the Hedgehog CD (Sega CD) United States instruction manual, pg. 7.
  7. Sonic Chaos (Sega Game Gear) United States instruction manual, pg. 3.
  8. Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball (Sega Mega Drive) United States instruction manual, pg. 5.
  9. Sonic Spinball (8-bit) (Sega Game Gear) United States instruction manual, pg. 4.
  10. Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Sega Mega Drive) United States instruction manual, pg. 7.
  11. Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble (Sega Game Gear) United States instruction manual, pg. 4.
  12. Tails Adventure (Sega Game Gear) United States instruction manual, pg. 4.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Sonic R (Sega Saturn) United States instruction booklet, pg. 17.
  14. Sonic Advance (Game Boy Advance) United States instruction booklet, pg. 7.
  15. Sonic Advance 2 (Game Boy Advance) United States instruction booklet, pg. 7.
  16. Sonic Advance 3 (Game Boy Advance) United States instruction booklet, pg. 6.
  17. Sonic Rush Adventure (Nintendo DS) United States instruction booklet, pg. 9.
  18. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) digital instruction booklet, pg. 6.
  19. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Wii U) digital instruction booklet, pg. 17.
  20. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo 3DS) digital instruction booklet, pg. 20.
  21. Sonic Colors (Wii) United States instruction manual, pg. 9.
  22. Sonic Colors (Nintendo DS) European instruction manual, pg. 9.
  23. Sonic Generations (Xbox 360) United Kingdom instruction booklet, pg. 7.
  24. Sonic Lost World (Wii U) Australian instruction manual.
  25. Sonic Mania English instruction manual.
  26. Sonic Forces English instruction manual.
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