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Breeze

From Sonic Retro

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Breeze
First seen: Sonic Drift (1994)
User: Amy Rose

The BreezeMedia:SonicDrift2 GG US manual.pdf[1] (ブリーズ)Media:SonicDrift GG JP manual.pdf[2] is Amy Rose's single-seater convertible, used in the early Sonic racing games in which she appears.

Game appearances

Sonic Drift series

In Sonic Drift and its sequel, Sonic Drift 2, the Breeze made its debut as a blue and yellow car that appears to be anthropomorphic, as its headlights appear to be cartoony eyes and a mouth can be seen above the bumper, making it stand out among the more traditional racing cars in the series. It is also a convertible, as it has a flexibly operating roof on the back.

In both games, the Breeze has high acceleration and moderate handling, but poor top speed. For the car's special ability, Amy can use the "Heart Attack"Media:SonicDrift2 GG US manual.pdf[1], which drops a heart on the track that reverses the controls and reduces the speed of whoever drives into it.

Character Vehicle Special Move Gameplay
Drift Amy.png Amy Breeze Toss heart (reduces other's speed) Good acceleration, poor speed
Character Vehicle Special Move Gameplay
Acceleration Speed Handling
Drift 2 Amy.png Amy Breeze Toss heart (reduces other's speed) High Low Medium

Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld

In Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld, Amy uses the Breeze in the "Car Race" minigame to race the other characters around a circular track in a one-lap race.

Sonic R

In Sonic R, Amy's car looks very similar to the Breeze, although it is now painted red and has no signs of anthropomorphism. It's slow like in other games, but it has the ability travel over water like a hovercraft, whereas other characters must walk on the bottom of the water. The car is also capable of performing a turbo boost when Amy has collected at least 10 Rings.

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References


Sonic Drift
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Sonic Drift 2
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