How do you beat the metal Death Egg Zone in Sonic?

How do you beat the metal Death Egg Zone in Sonic?

Able to dash across the room, Spin Jump, and shoot small spikes everywhere in mid-spin jump. The player has to hit eight times in order to defeat it. In Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Mecha Sonic is the first of two bosses in Death Egg Zone.

Does Sonic 2 have Metal Sonic?

Metal Sonic in Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a hack of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 created by Darkon360/GothicReaper/LoneDevil. It stars Metal Sonic as the playable character instead of Sonic the Hedgehog.

How do you beat Death Egg Zone in Sonic 2?

You must hit him 8 times to defeat him. When he lands on the right side of the room, jump on his face four times (do not touch his spikes or you will lose a life because you have zero rings) and immediately go to the left side of the room as he curls up into a spiked ball.

What happened to the Death Egg?

At the end, Sonic and Tails faced off against Robotnik in his Great Eggman Robo, a massive mech powered by the Master Emerald. As Robotnik escaped into space with the Master Emerald, Sonic transformed into Super Sonic and chased after Robotnik into The Doomsday Zone while the Death Egg was finally destroyed.

What is the last zone of Sonic 2?

Death Egg
“Death Egg”) is the eleventh and final Zone in Sonic the Hedgehog 2. It takes place onboard Dr. Robotnik’s iconic Death Egg satellite.

When was the Death Egg created?

The Death Egg’s development began some time in mid-3235. Production of the super weapon fell behind schedule when Robotropolis was struck by a massive earthquake. Shortly afterwards however Robotnik ensured that his SWATbot work force picked up the pace and completed the Death Egg on schedule.

How big is the Death Egg?

Assuming the pyramid is the size of the great pyramid of Giza (which the length of Sandopolis Act 2 can attest to), that would mean the Death Egg is about 2.5 km across, or 1.5 miles. (This makes Angel Island’s size about 20 km long.) Nothing too big, but large enough to be a threat.