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You can now book the game 'Sonic in the Olympic Games' for iPhone or iPad on the App Store

Sonic at the Olympic Games

Surely many of you will recognize the franchise "Mario and Sonic in the Olympic Games", one of the most successful family creations of recent years. For those who do not know, it is a series of video games developed by Sega in which the best-known characters in the Super Mario Bros. and Sonic franchises They meet to fight for Olympic medals in various sports disciplines. A game that seems simple, but that is capable of awakening high competitiveness.

Throughout the years, these games, which enjoy the official license of the Olympic Games, have been accompanying the different editions of this global sports show. The first of the games appeared on the occasion of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and from there the tradition has remained, also expanding to winter games. And of course, you can not miss the next appointment of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which will be held this summer.

However, this time there has been a somewhat special situation. Last June, along with the announcement of the new Mario and Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, a new mobile game was introduced. Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics be the name with which the sports franchise reach mobile devices, this time leaving behind the characters of Nintendo, but with the possibility of enjoying 15 Olympic disciplines anywhere.

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Thanks to this new appearance of Sonic on mobile devices, we will have the possibility to compete for the podium in sports of all kinds, including the latest news: Karate and climbing. And for those who are looking forward to training, you'll be glad to know that you can book the game through the App Store. In this way, as soon as the game is released you can enjoy it on your iPhone or iPad without worrying about even looking for it in the store again on May 7.