The iconic SEGA game Sonic the Hedgehog. Great game to play with your family and remember the older days of gaming. Bring it out anytime and you and your friends will have guaranteed fun.


SEGA is one of the first gaming consoles that was extremely popular. One of the games that made this console so iconic is the game Sonic the Hedgehog. This game was everyone’s favorite game at the time, every kid had it. Nowadays this game is still popular with some newer versions.

There is a lot of things that we can talk about when it comes to the gameplay of Sonic the Hedgehog game. However, the few things that we have to mention are the things that made this game so special, unique and desirable. All the other things like the difficulty of some levels mad the gameplay more fun. You had to be a very good player to complete some levels. Mostly because of the speed of Sonic, you had to be ready to jump anytime to avoid some falls.

The Progress of Sonic the Hedgehog Game

SEGA Systems

SEGA Systems were the first console types that supported the Sonic the Hedgehog game. The first version of the game came out in 1991 and it was exclusively for SEGA devices. That first version was the most popular one with more than 15 million total sales and making SEGA very desirable.


PlayStation Console was a very different console type from the SEGA systems, it was far more advanced and the graphic options provided, even more, entertainment for the users. Sonic the Hedgehog game first appeared on PS2 in 2003 with the name Sonic Heroes which was an updated version of the original Sonic.


Nintendo Console came into play a little later in 2007 when the entire gaming industry is completely changed from the SEGA age. Sonic also became popular with the Nintendo console when it first came out with a sub-series along with the Mario game. In two years, they made over 11 million sales of the game.

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Epic Games Store – Now live, distributes free games, first developer cancelled Steam release

The new store of Epic Games is live. Users will receive a free game every two weeks. The first developer has also cancelled his Steam release in favor of Epic.

The new Epic Games store is now online and offers free games. On the Internet, however, it is viewed rather critically.

Fortnite developer Epic recently announced the release of its own game store. In the meantime, it has officially been launched. At the moment it is still unclear whether he can hold a candle to Steam. But he's working on it: There are some free games for the players in the near future and the Coffee Stain Studios (Sanctum, Goat Simulator) cancelled the release of their new game Satisfactory in favor of Epics Store on Steam.

Epic's store is particularly company-friendly: it charges 18% less than Steam and presents no competing products to users on the game subpages. The new distribution platform also wants to gain a foothold with exclusive titles.

Subnautica and more - Get it for free!

There will be a free game every two weeks throughout next year. From 14 to 27 December Subnautica makes the start. From 28 December to 10 January follows then Super Meat Boy. Which titles will be free afterwards is not yet known.

In addition to the free games, there are some products that you will need to use the Epic Store for. For example Hades, Ashen, Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek and Journey appear - at least for the time being - exclusively in the online store of the Fortnite makers.

First developer turns his back on Steam

The Coffee Stain Studios have meanwhile cancelled the steam release of their next game called Satisfactory. While this was previously listed as "Coming Soon" on Steam, the product page has now disappeared.

In a Youtube video, the studio's community manager explains that this was not an accident, but deliberate. Satisfactory will only be available on the Epics platform.

The community does not take the message very positively. The corresponding video received 1819 downvotes and only 549 upvotes until now. Similarly negative opinions about Epics Store are spreading to other corners of the Internet.

Competition is good, exclusive titles are not.

At first glance, users seem to be benefiting from the Epic Games Store. Free games are always welcome and competition should always be rewarding for customers. However, Reddit users are trying to draw attention to a problem: According to them, Epic is trying to force customers to use the store.

A competition to Steam is welcomed. According to Reddit user BahamutxD, Epic is not the competition that customers want and players benefit from. This is due to exclusive titles that deprive buyers of the choice of dealer. He is not interested in developers offering their own games only in their own store, but in Epic paying other studios for the sole sales rights.

Missing Linux version causes further displeasure

Another article criticizes how the new client negatively affects Linux gaming. Hades - the new game from the developers of Bastion and Transistor - is available exclusively in the Epic Games Store, for which there is no Linux client. Therefore, in contrast to the previous projects of the team, there is no Linux version for the game from Supergiant Games this time.

Valve itself invests resources in the development of the compatibility layer Wine, which allows you to play Windows games on Linux. This will be integrated into the Steam Client in the form of Proton.

How anyone can download and play Fortnite for free on Android
Fortnite: Battle Royale is now available for all supported devices at the end of the Android beta. But which smartphones and tablets are eligible for the release and how do you install the game? Android release of Fortnite: Since mid 2018 Fortnite was available as beta for Android. Only those who could register for a key got access. That's over now. From now on you can download Fortnite on all devices with Android operating system, as long as it meets the minimum requirements. Which Android devices does Fortnite run on? Definitely the following devices in this list support Fortnite: Samsung: Galaxy: S7 / S7 Edge , S8 / S8+, S9 / S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, Tab S4 Google: Pixel / Pixel XL, Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL Asus: ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, 5Z, V Essential: PH-1 Huawei: Honor 10, Honor Play, Mate 10 / Pro, Mate RS, Nova 3, P20 / Pro, V10 LG: G5, G6, G7 ThinQ, V20, V30 / V30+ Nokia: 8 OnePlus OnePlus: 5 / 5T, 6 Razer: Phone Xiaomi: Blackshark, Mi 5 / 5S / 5S Plus, 6 / 6 Plus, Mi 8 / 8 Explorer / 8SE, Mi Mix, Mi Mix 2, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Note 2 ZTE: Axon 7 / 7s, Axon M, Nubia / Z17 / Z17s, Nubia Z11 HTC: 10, U Ultra, U11/ U11+, U12+ Lenovo: Moto Z/Z Droid, Moto Z2 Force Sony: Xperia XZ/Premium, Xzs, XZ1/Compact, XZ2/Premium/Compact, XZ3 So it should be a smartphone of the newer generation for Fortnite to run properly.

Help, my smartphone is not on the list!

Then you might still be lucky. According to Epic, Fortnite should also run on devices that at least meet the following requirements: Operating system: Android 8.0 or higher, 64 Bit RAM: 3GB or more (4GB recommended) Graphics processor: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher

Download Fortnite on Android

I can't find Fortnite anywhere in the Google Play Store! Epic still doesn't sell Fortnite under the regular Android app store Google Play. The reason for this is that Epic doesn't feel like paying 30 percent royalties to Google. Where can I download Fortnite for Android? If you want Fortnite on your Android device, you need to download the game directly from Epic. You can either go to Fortnite's homepage or use the QR code on this picture here. In order to install the app, however, you must first activate the corresponding option to install third-party apps on your device. Beware of scammers! Since the Fortnite app doesn't come from the Google Play Shop, there are many scammers who want to sell you wrong versions full of viruses. Often these offers lure you with free V bucks and goodies. But these offers are fake. Only use the official Epic site if you want to download Fortnite on Android.
Fortnite and Free V-Bucks: Flood of fraudulent videos and sites
With Fortnite's success, fraud is also booming. On the net, videos, for example on YouTube, and websites with the promise of free V-Bucks, Fortnite's in-game currency, are almost a riot. Epic has now issued a warning.   The success story of Fortnite has, and unfortunately not surprising, also called many fraudsters on the plan. Meanwhile, there is a veritable flood of videos and websites that are going to catch players with the prospect of free V-Bucks. On YouTube alone, there are supposed to be countless videos that have only one goal: to lure the player to relevant websites. Once there, they are supposed to download an app or leave their account data - then they are supposed to be transferred to them as if by magic V-Buck.  

Epic answers the call

Now the developer Epic has officially warned against such scams. On Twitter, they wrote: "Beware of scam sites that offer you free or discounted V-Bucks. The only official websites for Fortnite are and"   In the same Twitter posting, Epic refers to an account security FAQ. In it, the developers go into detail on fraud sites. "We've seen these pages on the web, just like you," it says, among other things. "Click here, type in your username, possibly answer one or two questions from a survey and get as many free V-Bucks as you want. These pages aren't real." According to Epic, anyone who has already used such sites to maximize V-Bucks should change their password immediately. Developers also recommend that players sign up for multi-factor authentication via their email address to improve account security.   It wasn't until early May that Epic warned of fake beta invitations in connection with the Android version of Fortnite. The invitations seemed surprisingly real, so that even youtuber and editors occasionally fell for the trick.  

Epic is not alone

A lot of websites that cover the topic of Fortnite also try to help Epic by spreading awareness about the scam problem that they face at the time. Some webistesgo even so far, to make prevention programs around the V-Bucks so that the young audience can learn about the issue and at the same time win free V-Bucks without surveys or something like that. Not only website owners, editors and authors help Epic, but also YouTubers spread the awareness.

What will come next?

We all know that Fortnite has reached its peak with over 125 million users. So the question in the room is - what will come next? Will Epic be able to produce another hit wonder or which game-dev studio will get the next big game out there? Stay tuned for more updates.