Several interviews point to more zones, and an Android version
Sonic Dash is the latest Sonic title released to mobile devices, and since it was released a few weeks ago, their developers, Hardlight Studios, are all around the net telling the world about their latest baby. They’ve given several interviews to a few sites, and revealed quite a few interesting tidbits about the game and it’s future.
In an interview given to Modjo, they talk about what makes Sonic Dash different from other endless runner games like Temple Run, their relationship with Sonic Team and how they influenced directly on the development of the game, and the difficulties of developing the game in so many different iOS devices. At the same time, they were asked if an Android version of the game was going to be released, and they pointed to it, but didn’t confirm anything.
In another interview run by site SegaBits, they pointed to the possibility of seeing more zones besides Seaside hill in the game, along with more updates to it. They confirmed there will be updates, but didn’t disclose of what kind. Also, confirmed that Sonic Jump isn’t going to be abandoned, and it will get more updates down the road too. They also talked about the possibility of an Android version, who along with the recent slip up Sega made at their official website, makes almost officially confirmed that an Android version will be out sometime in the near future.
Last, but not least, they talked about a cancelled PS Vita game they were working on, telling that it looked good, and if things go fine, they might give it another try in the future.