The stage has a main platform with curved hills with multiple platforms above. The platforms are made out of checkerboard pattern dirt with grass and other plants grown on them. There will also be a swinging platform of sorts as briefly seen in Sonic's trailer. There will also be a windmill with platforms connected to each blade on the very right side of the stage with a portion of the windmill going past the blast line. Seven Animal friends (Flicky, Pecky, Picky, Pockey, Chucky, Ricky, and Rocky) from Sonic the Hedgehog can be seen in the background as the match plays two double-sided springs occasionally appear at both sides of the lower blast lines.
Characters who come in contact with a spring will be pushed a distance.
Windy Hill Zone first appeared in the game Sonic Lost World. Windy Hill Zone is the first area in Sonic Lost World and is a lush grassy area full of plants and trees. It also contains checkerboard pattern soil, which is similar to how platforms were in the first Zone of Sonic the Hedgehog (1991), Green Hill Zone. The windmill from the level is also present.
Fauna of Windy Hill Zone
Windy Hill, a plain on the floating Lost Hex continent, is the first area in Sonic Lost World. It has giant windmills and mysterious caves and is home to a wide variety of animals...that Dr. Eggman has gone and used as a power source for his robot collection. Typical... Just destroy the robots and set those animals free!
Wii U - Sonic Lost World (10/2013)
Songs in My Music
Windy Hill - Zone 1
Green Hill Zone
Angel Island Zone
Open Your Heart
Live & Learn
Escape from the City
Right There, Ride On
His World (Instrumental)
Seven Rings in Hand
Knight of the Wind
Reach for the Stars
Fist Bump (SSBU)
The Omega form of Windy Hill Zone.
Windy Hill Zone in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Animal Friends make a cameo on this stage.
They are small creatures in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. They are small animals that come in a variety of different species, and are friends of Sonic the Hedgehog. They are often the target of Dr. Eggman who uses them to power Badniks. In later Sonic games (Sonic Adventure onwards), the animal friends appeared to be scrapped in favor of a wider variety of small animals. However, in most recent Sonic games, the concept of using animals to power robots is less frequent.