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Get stuck with three Eggmans though which is quite common , and you'll lose the maximum of rings, via probably - I didn't count little spikeballs that come flying at you from all directions. You can play the slots as many times as you like, and you won't die if you get three Eggmans when you have less than rings, or none at all, and you may still get small ring payouts, such as 2, with pictures that aren't all the same.
Adding further to the pinball theme, red plungers found in narrow dead ends in the ground can be used to launch yourself with great force, much like they do in real pinball tables to launch the ball. When you land on the top of one, you'll be spinning and won't be able to move, or jump off of it. Simply hold down the jump button instead, which will charge up the plunger and force it downwards, and it'll gradually start to flash yellow more and more vigorously.
When it's as far down as it can go, release the jump button. Diagonal ones will blast you through the corridor at maximum speed, usually into a loop-de-loop, while vertical ones shoot you straight up into a pinball table. Release the button sooner for less speed. One of this level type's most commonly used features, the standard "big moving block" are blue and flashing in this zone.
They hang out in the more slow-moving sections and narrow corridors, and like all of them, they move slowly upwards, downwards, left, or right. You can land on them fine, but save for one odd exception Point 5 , they will happily crush you into the ground or another block if they feel like it, so literally stay on their good side. Little blue elevators will take you up or down long, very thin vertical shafts when you step on them, accompanied by nice whirring sounds, and they'll usually go back when you step off, meaning they're one-way only.
Thin purple conveyor belts , usually found more often in mechanical zones, are placed in the air and force you to run that little bit harder, by heading in the opposing direction. Over open gaps in the path, obscure objects made of small green blocks can be used as temporary platforms.
They kind of go around in a small square pattern, one block following the other, but they disappear on one side, and reappear at the other. There are a few long spike sets to be aware of, and plenty of springs, of course. To balance out that vast amount of stuff, you'll find only one badnik here, who appears fairly infrequently. His name is Crawl , and he's a round faced crab-like bot who moves very slowly, but is armed with a bumper plate that he uses to defend himself, should you try and mount an attack from the front or above, causing you to simply bounce off.
To defeat him, you need to go for a rolling attack or spin dash from behind, only. View Notes 1. Comment posted by Reckoner on Saturday, 19th July , am BST I was a little disappointed with the slot machines; since the site is so comprehensive, I expected to see details on the actual bonuses you can get for particular combinations.
So I did some testing, and I got a pretty good idea of how it works. Here is what I found: Three jackpots give rings, three Sonics give 30 rings, three Tails give 25, three BARs give 20, three rings give 10, and three Robotniks give but never dropping you below 0 rings or killing you, as already mentioned. If you get a combination of jackpots with one other symbol, the jackpots act as a multiplier: One jackpot with two other equivalent symbols will double the value you would get from three of those symbols for example, one jackpot and two Sonics gives 60 rings, which is twice what you would get from three Sonics.
With two jackpots, the total is doubled again, giving you four times the value of the other symbol e. But be sure to understand that with one jackpot, the other two symbols have to be the same, so e. Also, jackpots do not work as multipliers with Robotnik, but the player does lose the rings like normal So any combination of Robotniks and jackpots will subtract rings.
Getting a single BAR with any other symbols will give 2 rings, and 2 BARs with any other symbol give four rings though I am not sure how combinations that are exclusively BARs and jackpots work-they never came up in any of my testing. If it is even possible, I would suspect the jackpot to multiply the regular three-BAR value of 20 rings.
Any other combination not described above gives zero rings. Also, the values of the Sonic and Tails symbols do not depend on what character you are playing as i. A series of small square platforms mark this area, early on. Beware of the lower, spike-filled one. This bouncy area is a little fiddly.
You have to use that flipper to land on one of two moving blocks that are just above. The bumpers don't help much. View Notes 5. What's up with those ring that are WAY high up in the beginning? There isn't any way shown on the map to get to them and they're just floating there. There's no way to get to those, either! How do you get the upper group? None of the nearby flippers seem to be powerful enough to reach them. I can get every ring in the act except for these :.
Comment posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, 21st August , pm BST Ah, the top flipper can reach them but only just -- it takes a very precise jump and a lot of luck and patience. I've now got the perfect bonus with emulator savestates -- don't even bother trying without! Be careful of this grid-based corridor structuring on the bottom route, at the start of Act 1. Your pathway leading right is invaded by a pair of moving blocks that travel up and down vertical shafts along it, so you need to ensure that you don't fall in one of those gaps on the floor if a block is on its way down, or it'll crush you.
Take it slowly, and be aware that you can also get caught between a block and an edge of the ground too. Jump on the top of the second block to get up to the next ledge on the right. Everyone knows this extra life. At least I hope they do. Roughly half way through, the lower routes converge into this very tall pinball table, squeezed between the tall ground. The bottom surface is rounded, so you can drop down one wall, and press the down button when you hit the curved bottom to help you sail right up the other side, getting higher each time.
Use this method to get out, or alternatively, as you're falling back down the right hand wall, stay close to it and you may be able to enter a secret passage inside. You won't be able to see anything happening in there, but make your way through, and jump at the end to open up the extra life. The passage then leads out into another area on the other side.
View Notes 3. Comment posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, 14th August , pm BST You can just wait until you come to rest at the bottom of the pinball table, then spin dash up the wall. One of the most obvious 1-ups of the game. Lines of these colourful icons can sometimes make up a path across. Incidentally, look out for an AI-controlled Tails utilising entirely the wrong sprites on many occasions in this level, more than others.
Hop quickly across these green blocks on a high route. This is a somewhat hidden, bumper filled route along the bottom of the act. I always find this one towards the end a bit of a pain as well. Those bumpers always tend to push you back. Comment posted by Michael on Tuesday, 14th August , pm BST In the tricky place shown in the bottom-right pic, a good method is to spin-dash up, land on the LEFT side of the triangular bumper, and you should bounce into the round bumpers and then into the next area.
There are , though the most you can get in one run is plus slot machines as you cannot enter both the hidden route in the lower-left screenshot and the area directly above it. Four of the "extra" rings are just below point 3 on the map -- above the line of six green bumpers, you show three rings where there are in fact seven. I haven't yet done a through search to find the rest :. I just remembered, I hit a slot machine in my playthrough, so the correct figure is possible to get.
In other words, the four extra rings I just mentioned, and no more. Soon after the first loop, if you use a horizontal red spring, you might spot this series of grey horizontal bars, each triplet of which can give you several hundred points when you drop through them. The spring isn't powerful enough to get you up there so you have to go round the other way.
Continue on until you reach the bottom of the pinball section on the other side of it, then hop onto the flipper on the right. Avoid all the bumpers etc in the middle and try and use it to get to another flipper over on the upper left of it. That flipper can send you up to a conveyor belt suspended above, from which it's possible to leap across to the left, hopefully getting on top of the ledge there, then dropping through all those bars on the other side.
You'll get an additional points if only one character goes in, but this can be doubled if Tails goes in too. Comment posted by Anonymous on Monday, 24th December , pm GMT If you are Knuckles in Sonic 2, an exclusive extra life is at the top, just before you drop into the bars. Comment posted by theblackferret on Sunday, 17th November , pm GMT You can repeat this little freefall as many times as time allows you, though it's worth taking out both the badniks first.
I've just done 5 runs down on Sega Gold Mega Collection version. Better done as Tails, so you don't inadvertently turn on frigging Super Sonic!! Just past the last point, don't stand on either of these two moving blocks for long, because they both reach right up to the ceiling, going up and down in opposing directions.
Either use one to jump to the ledge on the right, or just drop down below. Both routes link up soon after, though the lower option also takes you to the next point, which is on the lowest route. Use a blue elevator to get down to this passage, being careful of the block just below you. You'll probably come face to face with another one further down the corridor, and both may be heading towards you from either side, all set to make a hedgehog sandwich with extra fox fur. Or are they?
Anywhere else in the series, you would be crushed to death in a trap like this, but oddly, Sonic and Tails manage to survive this particular phenomenon completely unscathed, as the right block suddenly seems to stop being solid during the moment of impact. Then again, it would be a little unfair if you could get killed, as this is a trap very easy to get yourself into.
Hop up to the next ledge above after the block passes it to continue. If you wait there until it goes left again, you can drop back down into the corridor after it's gone past you, and find an extra life in a hole on the right side of the corridor. The boxes don't even touch each other. Comment posted by Sonicfan32 on Monday, 9th August , pm BST True, its odd that they don't, but i guess since they learned that the boxes touching wouldn't kill you, they didn't want to confuse players in the gamecube version.
Comment posted by Michael on Tuesday, 14th August , pm BST The elevator you use to get into this passage is next to a shield box. If you take it and then hit the elevator with no hesitation, you get the worst possible timing and will be crushed into the wall just above the passage. Instead, ignore the shield and hit the elevator at once, and you'll land to the right of the block.
As many other Zones in the game, Casino Night Zone consists of two standard Acts with a boss fight at the end of Act 2. In line with the pinball-themed level design, Casino Night Zone features various bouncy casino-themed gimmicks and slot machines, making it one of the most unique Zones in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
Casino Night Zone takes place in a huge, sprawling casino city during the night time. Most likely, the inspiration for the background and Zone's theme was the Las Vegas Strip. In the background, numerous buildings are seen giving off many jaunty electric colors and even further into the background there are lines of skyscrapers. One of the larger gambling houses are seen having flashing decorations with the words " Sonic ", "Casino" and " Sega ". Casino Night Zone's dark-gold landmass is highly detailed and has flashing neon colors as well.
Along with the many colorful details, there are small, rotating icons of Sonic and Tails adorning it. The ground here is covered in red and blue layers with many neon colored palm trees, blue poles, Casino signs and other decorations along the paths. There are also many neon signs saying "Sonic" and "Miles" floating in mid-air. On huge halls and in U-shaped gaps, there are large blue and yellow colored tables with red zigzag borders, where slot machines are usually placed.
Sections in the Zone's level design are heavily based on the pinball tables. As such, there are a huge amount of halls to utilize the playable characters as living pinball. Sometimes, the player has to curl into balls and then enter the pinball tables in order to progress in the Zone. Casino Night Zone also features many alternate routes.
While lower parts of the Zone have more narrow pathways, the upper parts have more linear pathways. Regardless, there are often deep gaps between sections with many gimmicks to be utilized to either climb up or fall down. Since the level design of Casino Night Zone is based on pinball tables, the player has to pass through huge halls or spin up and down along deep U-shaped gaps.
Many of these sections in the Zone contain numerous bouncy objects and obstacles which are similar to real-life pinball machine components. Traditional bumpers with five-pointed stars give 10 points per hit, but will not give points after being hit ten times. There are also small Drop Targets which give 10 points.
Once touching it, it will change the color three times green, then yellow and then red until it disappears completely. Other bumper obstacles include blue hexagonal bumpers which move either left and right or stand in one place , red triangular bumpers and bouncy plates which are placed on walls, ceilings or at the sides.
There are also three small horizontal bars, which each give points. In Casino Night Zone, there are two types of flippers , each of which function differently. Neon green and white flippers function like real-flippers and can be used to launch the playable character higher up.
Orange and white colored flippers are pointing downwards and are usually located on the bottom of U-shaped gaps which automatically send the player backwards upon being touched. One of the most prominent features in the Casino Night Zone are the slot machines which are placed above or in the middle of the pinball table sections.
By getting into the hatch above or below the slot machine, the player can roll the slot machine and enter different combinations on the three wheel icons on it to get a certain reward. With the slot machines, the player can win a variable amount of Rings. However, the player can also risk losing Rings or earn nothing.
Blue colored shuttle loops in Casino Night Zone are heavily automated. There are also deep and narrow elevator sections, where the blue platform will go up or down. Rarely, there are also green blocks, which move as string from up, right and down. They will then disappear and appear on the other side to repeat the pattern. Casino Night Zone does not feature a huge amount of threats with the small exception being Crawl Badniks and a few lines of spikes.
However, there are huge blue cubic blocks, which function as platforms or crushers on narrow pathways. In the beginning of Act 1, the player can either fall down to the pinball table and the lower pathway or utilize the conveyor belt to choose the mid-pathway. The lower pathway features several spike locations and crushing blue blocks, but leads to the first narrow elevator section.
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