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'''Resort Island''', which fulfils the [[tropical island cliché]] for [[Sonic R]], is the first level made available for play and the easiest of the five tracks. At the start of each race on this course, there is a flock of [[Flickies]] as they appeared in [[Sonic 3D]], which was also developed by [[Traveller's Tales]].
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[[Image:resortisland.jpg|thumb|320px|right|Map of the level.]]
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'''Resort Island''', which fulfils the [[:Category:Levels with a tropical island theme|tropical island trope]] for ''[[Sonic R]]'', is the first level made available for play and the easiest of the five tracks. It is a tropical island paradise with a nice blue sky, lots of greenery, a small forest, and a picturesque waterfall. A loop-de-loop is featured right before the starting line, which can be walked around and ignored entirely.
  
The track houses one [[Chaos Emerald]], and after collecting the five Sonic tokens around the levels (and finishing in first place), the player can race against and unlock [[Metal Sonic]].
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The track houses one [[Chaos Emerald]], and after collecting the five Sonic Tokens around the levels (and finishing in the top three), the player can race against and unlock [[Metal Sonic]]. The music that plays in this level is [[Can You Feel the Sunshine]].
  
One of the huts in this track sports a Christian ichthys, a religious Easter egg placed by lead programmer Jon Burton, a practicing Christian.
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==Quotes==
 
 
==Instruction Manual Description==
 
 
{{quote|It's a wonderful day for a race on this tropical island paradise. A nice blue sky, lots of greenery, a pretty waterfall...it's all here. Get too enchanted, though, and you might slip into the water or bump into a coconut tree. Take the time to hop around the smaller islands. Going for a little rock climbing is well worth the effort too.}}
 
{{quote|It's a wonderful day for a race on this tropical island paradise. A nice blue sky, lots of greenery, a pretty waterfall...it's all here. Get too enchanted, though, and you might slip into the water or bump into a coconut tree. Take the time to hop around the smaller islands. Going for a little rock climbing is well worth the effort too.}}
  
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Resort Island
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Resort Island
First level, Sonic R
Level theme: tropical island
Radical City
Map of the level.

Resort Island, which fulfils the tropical island trope for Sonic R, is the first level made available for play and the easiest of the five tracks. It is a tropical island paradise with a nice blue sky, lots of greenery, a small forest, and a picturesque waterfall. A loop-de-loop is featured right before the starting line, which can be walked around and ignored entirely.

The track houses one Chaos Emerald, and after collecting the five Sonic Tokens around the levels (and finishing in the top three), the player can race against and unlock Metal Sonic. The music that plays in this level is Can You Feel the Sunshine.

Quotes

It's a wonderful day for a race on this tropical island paradise. A nice blue sky, lots of greenery, a pretty waterfall...it's all here. Get too enchanted, though, and you might slip into the water or bump into a coconut tree. Take the time to hop around the smaller islands. Going for a little rock climbing is well worth the effort too.

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