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Eggman-bot is a character that appears in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. It is an EggBot Racer created by Dr. Eggman, and is made in the doctor's own likeness. It was used by the doctor for a plan to discredit Sonic the Hedgehog.




Modeled after Dr. Eggman, Eggman-bot's head and torso come together in a red, egg-shaped body. It has three spikes on its face which are arranged so they mimic Eggman's nose and mustache, and two blank and yellow eyes on a gray stripe across its upper face. Its torso resembles Eggman's jacket with a yellow panel holding a black button on its right chest, and it has two red and gray rockets on its back. It also has a small black pelvis with two thin gray and black legs and boot-like feet, and arms with yellow-rimmed red gauntlets and three-fingered black hands.



Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice

Eggman-bot vs Himself

Eggman-bot racing Sonic.

In Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, Eggman-bot was chosen as one of Dr. Eggman's EggBot Racers to beat Sonic in a racing competition. Receiving Eggman's new Ragnium fuel and other upgrades, Eggman-bot gained a massive speed boost and new abilities. When its turn came to race Sonic, however, Eggman-bot proved no match for Sonic.

Powers and abilities

With the aid of its Ragnium-based fuel, Eggman-bot commands super speed, enhanced jumping skills and agility for special moves, and the ability to activate Fire Mode and Ice Mode on its own. It also comes equipped with its own Enerbeam.


  • Eggman-bot is the only EggBot Racer in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice who had not already appeared in the Sonic Boom television series by the time the game came out. However, since it has been explained that the EggBot Racers' members originate from the TV show,[1] it is possible that Eggman-bot will appear in the show in the future.
  • Eggman-bot bears a strong resemblance to the Eggrobo enemy from the video games in the mainstream Sonic continuity.


  1. Rignall, Jaz (9 June 2015). What's Next for Sonic the Hedgehog (and friends)?. USGamer. Retrieved on 10 June 2015.

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