I'm a big fan of Sonic games, and a big fan of board games. I've set myself the challenge of playing as many Sonic games as possible, including board games. I have a bunch of the newer ones in my collection: Sonic the Hedgehog: Battle Racers (2018). A big Kickstarter board game with a lot of figures. Lots of rules. Sonic the Hedgehog: Crash Course (2018). A simpler racing game. Sonic the Hedgehog: Dice Rush (2019). Quickly re-roll dice to collect card to make the best Green Hill Zone, Sonic Battle: The Search for the Chaos Emeralds (2022). Haven't played this one yet, looks like you have to flip over tiles to find emeralds. I also plan on getting another new one called Sonic Super Teams soon. There are also some Sonic version of other games Monopoly: Sonic the Hedgehog Collector's Edition (2013) Memory Challenge: Sonic the Hedgehog Edition (2013) Monopoly: Sonic Boom (2015) Monopoly Gamer: Sonic The Hedgehog (2019) UNO: Sonic The Hedgehog (2022) There are also a bunch of older ones which are long out of print, so aren't easy to get. Sonic the Hedgehog Game (1992), Milton Bradley Sonic The Hedgehog Card Game (1992), Matell Sonic The Hedgehog: The Card Game (1994), Waddingtons Sonic The Hedgehog: 3D Action Game (1994), Waddingtons Sonic X Trading Card Game (2005) I've managed to find both of the Waddingtons ones for not too expensive, so they're on their way to me. These are games I'm interested in trying to preserve, so I managed to track down someone who had the 1992 game and they sent me some board photos. I made the tokens myself, where I had to track down original art and made modifications myself. There's a token called Sally Acorn, which is a recoloured image of Ricky with a bow added. I couldn't find some of he badniks in the right style, so I picked other ones (Caterkiller and Crabmeat replacing Spikes and Batbrain). I then made the game in Tabletop Simulator. You have to read the rules and play it yourself (there's no scripting), but the board does have snap points so the Sonic figure and the tokens will snap to it. The workshop link for it is: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2929776130 I plan on making versions of the Waddingtons ones (although I'm not sure I have the skill to make the 3D model for the 3D one). I'm also trying to make a print and play versions of them all, but getting the print files sorted and the right sizes is quite difficult. Next up is the Mattel card game. I've found some alright images of the cards. I've not found a rulebook, but I have found a blog where someone describes the game, so I'll attempt to work out the rules from that.