Tegaki Sonic

From Sonic Retro

Sonicretro-round.svg This short article is in need of work. You can help Sonic Retro by adding to it.


Sonic freehand title.png
Tegaki Sonic
System(s): Mobile phones, iOS
Publisher: Sega
Distribution portal:
Mobile phone
Puyo Puyo! Sega
Genre: Score Attack
Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code Rating
Mobile phone
2010-07-01[1]  ? ?

2011-06-23[2] FREE ?
2011-09-05[3] FREE ?
2011-09-05[3] FREE ?

Tegaki Sonic (手描きソニック) is a 2D sidescroller platform game for mobile phones. The game features Sonic in a hand-drawn doodle style, reminiscent of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 concept art, defeating Badniks like Crabmeat as he advances his way though a drawn level. It was only available for the month of July 2010.

The title screen reads "Sonic the Hedgehog" (そにっく・ざ・へっじほっぐ) in Hiragana, handwritten phonetic Japanese, instead of of the more usual Katakana.

It was released a year later for the iPhone in the West as part of the free Sonic 20th Anniversary application, as a sub-game titled Sonic the Sketchhog. This version is not a time limited download.


The game plays very similarly to Sonic Runners with the sketchhog only going right at a fixed speed. Sonic also has the ability to double jump. As the player progresses through the stage the difficulty gets higher giving the player tricky jumps. In addition, there are Rings for the player to collect, which they will lose when being hit by a enemy or landing on spikes. From Hard mode onwards, there will be instant-death bottomless pits. Falling down or getting hit with 0 Rings will result in a Game Over.


[[]] Chopper - Jumps up from the floor, spikes or pits.
[[]] Moto Bug - Drives along long areas of ground.


Easy: Distance used in 0 to 100m

Normal: Distance used in 100m to 500m

Hard: Distance used in 500m to 1100m

Very Hard: Distance used in 1100m to 1800m

Death: Distance used in <1800m


Destroying enemies will award one point under the Ring counter. After a Game Over, the player's final score is tallied from the number enemies they have defeat, Rings they have collected and how many meters they ran.

Music and sound

The title screen's music is a music box cover of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I's title screen music. The music used during gameplay is a music box cover of Splash Hill Zone Act 1's theme, which plays faster once the player reaches Very Hard mode.


External links


Sonic the Hedgehog games for the following systems
 2007  Sonic the Hedgehog (iPod)     2009  Sonic the Hedgehog (iPhone)     2010  Sonic the Hedgehog 2 | Sonic Spinball | Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games | Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I | Sonic Comics     2011  Sonic 20th Anniversary | Sonic the Sketchhog | Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing | Sonic the Hedgehog CD     2012  Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II | Sonic the Hedgehog Skins | Sonic Jump     2013  Sonic Dash | Sonic the Hedgehog | Sonic the Hedgehog 2 | Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed     2014  Sonic Jump Fever     2015  Sonic Runners | Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom     2017  Sonic Forces: Speed Battle | Sonic Runners Adventure     2019  Sonic Racing     2020  Sonic at the Olympic Games     2022  Sonic Speed Simulator     2023  Sonic Prime Dash | Sonic Dream Team    
 Unreleased  Sonic Central | Sonic Demo