A downloadable game for Windows

Sonic 2 VR
Prototype Demo

Welcome to the Emerald Hill Zone VR Demo

This demo build is currently just a gameplay mechanics demo and doesn't run in VR yet.

The final build is intended to work both as a VR game and a non-VR game and contains a True-To-Form Recreation of Emerald Hill Zone Act 1 from Sonic 2 on Sega Genesis.

The VR version of this game will be quite intense, there will be 2 VR modes; First Person and Third Person

More Sonic?

The Sonic gameplay you see here is not built off an existing Sonic Gameplay Engine, although the game runs on Unity, the Sonic Mechanics have been coded from the ground up.

If people want more of this type of Sonic game I can possibly extend this in to a bigger project.

You can change the controls in the Unity Launcher when the game begins, you can also use a Gamepad if you want.

Additional Graphics settings can be set in the Pause Menu.

Thanks for trying out this Demo. VR version coming soon!

If you would like to ask questions or discuss the game
Check out the Discord Server:

Also you can support me directly on Patreon:

If you like this project be sure to check out my stuff on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/user/nimsony

StatusIn development
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorNimso Ny
GenreAdventure, Platformer
TagsColorful, Fast-Paced, Retro, Sandbox, Singleplayer


Sonic2VR.zip 39 MB


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i love this game but sorry.... i cant pay money bc im 10 and i dont have a bank account i would love to pay you 5.00 instead but sorry dude.


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it doesnt start as pcvr it loads as a pc game

Read the description

Once I get the DecaGear next month this will be my testing game, I will let you know too if it is compatible.

wow so cool I played it pls put a android and iOS update to it

Wow game won't even start just gets stuck at a black screen after I select the demo area

oye no me deja pasar por los lupings pero lo de ir por la pared en una parte me encanto debe ser por eso el problema de los lupings


I bet you don't need vr

you dont

i dont even remember commenting on this lol

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Nintendo are extremely strict when it comes to "protecting" their IPs. Sega most of the time don't mind if people upload fan games to the internet. You can blame Nintendo.