Sonic the Hedgehog Rush Adventure

Sonic Rush Adventure is a sequel to the Sonic Rush. Sonic Rush is the first game that Sonic published in the Sonic series that allow head to head play through the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

The Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO), Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) and Office of Film and Literature Classification have rated Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity as suitable for the general audience. The Pan European Game Information (PEGI) rated the game as suitable for children that are aged 12 years old and above.

According to the story plot, a mysterious radar energy signal appears on the radar that belongs to Tail. This causes Sonic to become curious and went to investigate on the matter. As Sonic and Tail flew across the ocean, a storm appears and blew them off the course. Later, Tails was unable to steer the plan and they crash onto one of the islands. Sonic and Tail manage to climb out of the crash. However, they feel very lost and decide to search for help. After that they come across an excited raccoon called Marine. Marine told them that they are now at Southern island. Marine keep on talking about her dream to sail around the world is broken because of her shipwrecked ship. Tails offers to rebuild her ship in hope that she will bring them home for a good turn. While Sonic explore the Southern island, Tail was busy rebuilding the ship. With the ship, Sonic was able to race across the high sea and discover the hidden islands and a group of sneaky pirates. Captain Whisker is the head of these notorious pirates. The pirates have decided to get rid of Sonic from the race to protect their precious jewels. As Sonic races through the chaotic world, he encounter with Blaze. The story did not reveal the reason that brought Blaze to Sonic. It is now up to you to solve the mystery.

There are a number of gimmicks throughout the game including the thin floor, thick floor, somersault, vine, hang glider, mine cart, snowboard, anti gravity devices, water guns and dolphins. Gimmicks will propel you forward in some way. There are a number of gimmicks that requires you to follow an instruction in order to operate it.

The Sound of Business – Part I I

Creating a ‘kick ass’ Sonic Personality© for your business requires that
your business have a personality in the first place. Of course every
business has one, whether you are aware of it or not, and this is a real
danger. Your customers’ understanding of who you are, and what you
do, as a business, may be very different from the vision you have of
yourself. This can be a very serious problem for owner-managed
businesses, where the personality of the entrepreneur oft times gets
substituted for the personality of the business – big mistake! So what’s
the first step in crafting a marketable business personality?

What Business Are you Really In?

OK kids, its story time. Back in the day, the railroad barons were the
most powerful business leaders in the country. They had the money, the
power, and the political ‘shlep’ (that’s drag for the uninitiated) to do pretty
much whatever they wanted. Today railroads are a depressed industry.
So what happened? Simple, they didn’t know what business they were
really in.

If you could have asked Leland Stanford or Collis P. Huntington, what
business they were in, they would have most likely answered, ‘the
railroad business’. And in the long run, that was their downfall. Instead,
they should have thought of themselves as being in ‘the transportation
business’ and if they did, they surely would have used their money,
power, and influence to control the emerging automobile, trucking, and
airline industries.

Before you can craft a Sonic Personality© you first must understand who
you are, what you do, and why you do it better than the other guy. If you
can answer those three questions clearly, then you have the beginning
of a coherent business personality that must exist before you can have a
Sonic Personality©.

Focus On One Core Value

One of the hardest things for entrepreneurial businesses to do is to
focus on one core value. This may sound, on the surface, to be contrary
to the lesson learned from the railroad barons, but it isn’t. Your core
value focus has to be broad enough to be able to sustain your business
through the onslaught of competition and fast moving technological
change. When the railroad barons focused on just one form of
transportation they let all the other transportation opportunities slip
through their fingers and ultimately overtake them.

Most accountants and bankers will tell you to ‘stick to your knitting’ and
not let yourself be spread too thin with secondary initiatives. This is
generally good advice, however there is a fundamental difference
between going off on a tangent and sticking to your core values.
Knowing who you are, what you do, and why you do it better than the
competition will help you keep your focus while at the same time allow
you to critically determine whether new opportunities are ones that you
should pursue.

Create Definition: Lift and Separate

So far I have managed to avoid using the term, brand, because it is
generally misunderstood and ignored by most owner-managed
businesses. Substituting ‘personality’ for ‘brand’ puts the notion of brand
in context. Think about it. You may have thought your business doesn’t
relate to branding concepts, but you’ve accepted, or at least are
intrigued by the idea, that your business needs a clearly defined
personality.

Al Ries and Jack Trout have written numerous books on branding and
marketing, including ‘The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing.” One of the
lessons to be learned from this book is ‘The Law of Opposites’. Simply
stated, unless you’re the ‘top dog’ in your industry, you have to define
who you are in contrast to the industry leader. This is not dissimilar to
The Theory of Contrary Thinking.

The example sometimes used to explain The Theory of Contrary
Thinking is Tulip Mania. When tulips were first introduced to Holland in
the middle to late sixteenth century, people fell in love with them. By the
early 1600s, an exchange market had been created that dealt with tulip
futures. Similar to what happen in the Roaring 20s, everyone got
involved in purchasing tulip futures for ridiculous prices, until some wise
guy yelled SELL! Panic set-in and like in the 1920s, the market
collapsed. The moral of the story is simple; if everyone is doing it, you
better do the opposite.

By defining your business in contrast to the industry leader, you create a
separate and distinct business personality that gives your audience an
alternative to the ‘big guy’. You no longer are a second banana ‘wannbe’
imitator, but rather a distinctive company with your own image,
strengths, advantages and of course, personality.

Customers Are An Audience

Finally, this distinctive personality needs to be communicated to your
audience, and you’ll notice I’ve called your customers an audience,
because that is exactly what they are. If you think in terms of audience, it
will open up a whole new understanding of communication techniques
and media, that will lead to better audience recognition, acceptance,
and ultimately sales. Now we have to give your finely crafted personality
a voice. Tune-in next time for ‘How to Give Good Sonic Personality©.’

What Is the Best Sonic Toothbrush?

Sonic toothbrushes have become extremely popular over the years. They were first introduced to the market in 1983 by Sonicare. Since they were released, the heads and vibration technologies have advanced dramatically. If you are shopping for a sonic toothbrush, chances are that you want to find the best one on the market. Before you start shopping for a sonic toothbrush, you need to understand that not all electric toothbrushes are classified as sonic toothbrushes. An electric device will vibrate at speeds of 3000 to 8000 strokes per minute. A sonic toothbrush on the other hand will operate at 30,000 to 40,000 vibrations per minute. As you can see, there is a major difference in the efficiency of cleaning. Learn what features to look for when you are shopping for your oral hygiene tool.

What is the Best Product You Can Buy?

There are so many different models on the market that choosing the best model can be extremely difficult. The first thing to look for is a vibrating head. Some heads only move back-and-forth and others will vibrate. Vibration will loosen the food and plaque. Consider the speed at which the toothbrush vibrates and look for adjustable speeds so you can get familiar with the feel when you are first using the model.

You should also look for other features like a timer. A timer can be helpful for people who rush their brushing sessions. When you live a busy life, the idea of brushing for 2 minutes may sound too long. It is imperative to brush for 2 minutes so you thoroughly clean all of your quadrants. With a timer, you will be alerted when you have reached that 2 minute mark.

You should look for a brand that comes with several different head options. You might want a soft-bristled brush or a medium bristle. You might need a smaller head because you have a small mouth. Make sure you can choose what is comfortable for you and look for brush heads that are not too expensive to replace.

Some of the more expensive brands come with advanced features that are designed to make use easier. You might want a rechargeable battery or a docking station. Consider your budget and the features you will really use. If you choose the best model for you, you will see less plaque when you floss and your dentist will give you a clean bill of oral health.