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{{Infobox_video_game
|title = Sonic & Tails Spinner
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|title = ''Sonic & Tails Spinner''
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|image = Sonic&TailsSpinnerLogo.png
 
|publisher = [[Sega]]
 
|publisher = [[Sega]]
|released = 2002
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|released = 2002
|genre = Redemption
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|genre = Redemption
 
|platforms = Arcade
 
|platforms = Arcade
|image = Sonic&TailsSpinnerLogo.png
 
 
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}}
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'''''Sonic & Tails Spinner''''' is a redemption arcade machine released in 2002. Although it is no longer manufactured, it can still be found in various arcades throughout the [[wikipedia:United States|United States]].
   
'''''Sonic & Tails Spinner''''' is a redemption arcade machine released in 2002. Although it is no longer manufactured, it can still be found in various arcades throughout the [https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States United States] and various copies of the game can be found on [https://www.ebay.com/ eBay].
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==Gameplay==
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In ''Sonic & Tails Spinner'', players spin the wheel to gain points which can then be redeemed for tickets, which can be cashed in for prizes. After a coin is inserted, the [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] and [[Miles "Tails" Prower|Tails]] wheels start spinning, in opposite directions. The player presses the flashing "Sonic" button first to stop the Sonic wheel, and the number on the outside ring that Sonic's finger is pointing to is the first multiplier. After stopping the Sonic wheel, the "Tails" button activates, and stops the Tails wheel when pressed. Tails points to the numbers on the inside ring. The amount of tickets dispensed is Sonic's number multiplied by Tails' number.
   
==Description==
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If less than ten tickets are won, the player is treated to no voice clip and a game over sound clip. If more than ten tickets are won however, Sonic, Tails, or [[Knuckles the Echidna|Knuckles]] will congratulate the player. If the player wins more than one hundred tickets, the machine plays a victory tune a character voice clip. As tickets are dispensed, the machine will chime for every two tickets won.
In the game, players spin the wheel to gain points which can then be redeemed for tickets. After a coin is inserted, the [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] and [[Miles "Tails" Prower|Tails]] wheels start spinning, in opposite directions. The player presses the flashing "Sonic" button first to stop the Sonic wheel, and the number on the outside ring that Sonic's finger is pointing to is the first multiplier.
 
   
After stopping the Sonic wheel, the "Tails" button activates, and stops the Tails wheel when pressed. Tails points to the numbers on the inside ring. The amount of tickets dispensed is Sonic's number multiplied by Tails' number.
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==Locations with ''Sonic & Tails Spinner''==
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The following locations still have playable ''Sonic & Tails Spinner'' cabinets:
If more than 10 tickets are won, Sonic, Tails, or [[Knuckles the Echidna|Knuckles]] congratulates the player.
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*Playland Arcade (on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, DE.)
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*Planet Fun (Potomac Mills, Woodbridge, VA)
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*Disney World's Contemperary Resort
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*Disney World's Pop Century Resort (within the lobby's Fast Forward Arcade)
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* All the character artwork on the cabinet are from ''[[Sonic Adventure]].''
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*All the character artwork pieces on the cabinet are from ''[[Sonic Adventure]]''.
*Several pieces from ''Sonic Adventure'' are heard:
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*Several music pieces from ''Sonic Adventure'' are incorporated into ''Sonic & Tails Spinner'':
**If nobody is playing, music from [[Twinkle Park]] is heard. It is also heard while the wheels are spinning.
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**If nobody is playing, parts of the background music from [[Twinkle Park]] is heard.
**When a coin is inserted, the [[Star Post]] sound from is heard.
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**When a coin is inserted, the [[Star Post]]'s activation sound is heard.
**If less than 10 tickets are won, the “[[Game Over]]” music is heard.
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**While the wheels on the cabinet are spinning, part of Twinkle Circuit's music will be looped.
*On the ''Sonic & Tails Spinner'' poster Spinner, [[Dr. Eggman]] is incorrectly named "Mr. Robitnik".
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**If less than ten tickets are won, the "[[Game Over]]" music is heard.
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**If more than ten tickets are won, voice clips from ''Sonic Adventure'' will be played. These include [[Miles "Tails" Prower|Tails]] with "''Yeah!''" or "''You did it!''" quotes, Sonic's "''Cool!''" or "''You got it!''" quotes, or [[Knuckles the Echidna|Knuckles]]' "''Yeah!''" quote.
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**If more than one hundred tickets are won, the machine plays the ''Sonic Adventure'' "level complete" tune.
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**The chime that plays for every two tickets earned is the [[Ring]] sound effect.
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*On the ''Sonic & Tails Spinner'' poster spinner, [[Doctor Eggman|Dr. Eggman]]'s name is incorrectly named "'''Mr. Robitnik'''".
   
== Gallery ==
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==Gallery==
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{{Gallery start}}
 
<gallery>
 
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Sonic&TailsSpinnerFlyer.png|A promotional poster for the game.
 
Sonic&TailsSpinnerFlyer.png|A promotional poster for the game.
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Sonic&TailsCabinetArtwork.jpeg|The lower part of the machine.
 
Sonic&TailsCabinetArtwork.jpeg|The lower part of the machine.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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{{Gallery end}}
 
{{Sonic games (spin-off)}}
 
{{Sonic games (spin-off)}}
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[[Category:Arcade games]]
 
[[Category:Arcade games]]
 
[[Category:2002]]
 
[[Category:2002]]

Latest revision as of 19:06, May 15, 2019

Sonic & Tails Spinner is a redemption arcade machine released in 2002. Although it is no longer manufactured, it can still be found in various arcades throughout the United States.

GameplayEdit

In Sonic & Tails Spinner, players spin the wheel to gain points which can then be redeemed for tickets, which can be cashed in for prizes. After a coin is inserted, the Sonic and Tails wheels start spinning, in opposite directions. The player presses the flashing "Sonic" button first to stop the Sonic wheel, and the number on the outside ring that Sonic's finger is pointing to is the first multiplier. After stopping the Sonic wheel, the "Tails" button activates, and stops the Tails wheel when pressed. Tails points to the numbers on the inside ring. The amount of tickets dispensed is Sonic's number multiplied by Tails' number.

If less than ten tickets are won, the player is treated to no voice clip and a game over sound clip. If more than ten tickets are won however, Sonic, Tails, or Knuckles will congratulate the player. If the player wins more than one hundred tickets, the machine plays a victory tune a character voice clip. As tickets are dispensed, the machine will chime for every two tickets won.

Locations with Sonic & Tails SpinnerEdit

The following locations still have playable Sonic & Tails Spinner cabinets:

  • Playland Arcade (on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, DE.)
  • Planet Fun (Potomac Mills, Woodbridge, VA)
  • Disney World's Contemperary Resort
  • Disney World's Pop Century Resort (within the lobby's Fast Forward Arcade)

TriviaEdit

  • All the character artwork pieces on the cabinet are from Sonic Adventure.
  • Several music pieces from Sonic Adventure are incorporated into Sonic & Tails Spinner:
    • If nobody is playing, parts of the background music from Twinkle Park is heard.
    • When a coin is inserted, the Star Post's activation sound is heard.
    • While the wheels on the cabinet are spinning, part of Twinkle Circuit's music will be looped.
    • If less than ten tickets are won, the "Game Over" music is heard.
    • If more than ten tickets are won, voice clips from Sonic Adventure will be played. These include Tails with "Yeah!" or "You did it!" quotes, Sonic's "Cool!" or "You got it!" quotes, or Knuckles' "Yeah!" quote.
    • If more than one hundred tickets are won, the machine plays the Sonic Adventure "level complete" tune.
    • The chime that plays for every two tickets earned is the Ring sound effect.
  • On the Sonic & Tails Spinner poster spinner, Dr. Eggman's name is incorrectly named "Mr. Robitnik".

GalleryEdit

Gallery
Sonic the Hedgehog spin-off video games
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