There are a lot of puzzles and minigames in the new Sonic Frontiers game. However, the ones in the title are more difficult than we remember from the original NES games. This is most likely due to the fact that this is the first 3D Sonic game to hit our screens, which pushes the character’s gameplay to new heights. So, if you’re having trouble with the spring is in the air puzzle in Sonic Frontiers, look no further than this guide for how to solve it.
How to Solve the Spring Is In the Air Puzzle
To solve the Spring is in the Air puzzle in Sonic Frontiers, you need to remove weeds with the Cyloop ability and reach 7,000 points before the timer runs out. To do that, simply create a circular ring around the weeds with the Cyloop ability to remove them. At the same time, you can also get points for removing flowers. So, in order to reach the 7,000 points, it’s best if you can create a Cyloop ring around a group of weeds and flowers.
Removing weeds will give you around 300 points, but so will flowers. For most parts, you can make a large enough Cyloop ring to encompass two flowers and one weed, earning you approximately 900 points. You have two minutes to complete this task and earn a score of 7,000. However, you must be cautious of the bees that are also buzzing around the area. Running into one will cost you one of the three lives you’ll have to finish the spring is in the air puzzle.
The trick is to keep an eye out for bees at all times. If there are none nearby and you can do a large Cyloop ring to remove a few flowers and weeds, go for it. If there is a bee near some flowers or weeds, you should just focus on removing what you can without hitting the bee. This is much more efficient and will save you more time than using one of your lives to respawn.
That’s all there is to solving the spring is in the air puzzle in Sonic Frontiers. If this guide helped, be sure to check out our other Sonic Frontiers guides below:
Riley Fonger is a Calgary-based freelance writer. He is currently studying Journalism and Public Relations at Mount Royal University. Riley has been a sports and video game enthusiast since he was a child. If he isn't writing, he is most likely competing in an FPS game or in a pick-up game with his friends.