Sonic is known for his speed, confident attitude and readiness for any adventure. He now speeds his way into Pixel Frames bringing a new dimension to old school fun.
Pixel Frames bring iconic moments from your favorite video games out of the screen and into your living room! These officially licensed shadow boxes are snapshots that perfectly convey your love for retro gaming – Bringing a “bit” of nostalgia to life.
A blue hedgehog with red sneakers attempts to save his ensnared animal friends from the mechanistic mind of Dr. Robotnik in Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog.
Sega’s marquee mascot races onto Wii as a 3D throwback to the fast-paced Sonic the Hedgehog games of the 1990s.
Join the fun and face-off in an intense competition between the world’s most loved rivals—Mario and Sonic.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 follows in the same speedy footsteps as its well-regarded predecessor, Sonic the Hedgehog. Once again, players run, jump, and spin the blue hedgehog through a bizarre world of metal robots created by Dr. Robotnik.
While visiting Flicky Island, Sonic notices that the Flickies, his small, feathered friends that can travel between parallel worlds, were captured and turned into badniks (the robot enemies of Sonic) by Dr. Robotnik in his never-ending quest for the Chaos Emeralds.
Unlike Sonic the Hedgehog and its true sequels, Sonic Spinball is not a side-scrolling platform game. Rather, it is a pinball game in which you spin, bounce, and bump Sonic through a world of bumpers and targets.
Sonic, Tails, and Dr. Robotnik return in “Sonic the Hedgehog 3” for the Sega Genesis. This retro release is a milestone in the series as it was the first game to features Knuckles the Echidna.
While Sonic may have defeated Robotnik’s Death Egg in Sonic the Hedgehog 3, good villains never die (at least not in video games), they only get nastier. Now Sonic must ensure the bald one doesn’t cause any more trouble on Floating Island.