It’s hard to decide.
In some ways, the move is an incremental improvement over previous versions of the game, while in others it’s a massive overhaul.
With the move, you can use up to five of your fingers to perform basic movements, like pressing up, down, and left, and two fingers to launch new ones.
In addition, you’re able to tap on the screen to interact with the environment in real time, like using your phone to swipe or pinch a button.
Sonic Moves is the latest in a string of mobile games that have been created for Android and iOS.
The first to launch on Android was Sonic Heroes: Sonic Heroes for the Sega Saturn.
Sonic Heroes 2, a remake of the first game, was released in 2013 on iOS, and Sonic Rivals, released in 2018 on Android, also included a mobile version of the previous game.
In 2015, Sega announced Sonic Riders for the Nintendo 3DS, a sequel to the previous title.
Sonic Rivals 2 is the third installment in a series that has sold more than a million copies worldwide.
Sonic Riders 3, a third title, was announced in 2020 and is slated for a 2018 release.
For the past decade, Nintendo has been the primary developer of games for smartphones, with games like Sonic Heroes and Sonic Riders making a big splash on the platform.
Sonic: Lost World, released last year, was also released on Android and was followed by Sonic Riders: Ultimate Battle, which was released on iOS in 2018.
This year, Nintendo’s new Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, will also be available on mobile.
Sonic’s successor, Sonic Generations, is currently available on the Nintendo Switch, while the next Sonic game, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, is slated to launch this year on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
As of March 2017, Nintendo had more than 1,000 games for mobile.
The game maker Sonic Team, which is developing Sonic, is also planning to release a mobile title for the console this year.