The Bonanza Bros. are professional robbers.
|Also known as||
The Bros. (by announcer only in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing)., The Dynamic Duo (by Mission #52 biography only in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing).
Yellow (Robo), Orange (Mobo)
Unknown due to them wearing glasses.
|Alignment and character traits|
Robbing, treasure, laughing.
|Skills, abilities and powers|
Shooting, hiding, sneaking.
The Bonanza Bros. are two siblings consisting of older sibling, Robo, with yellow skin, and wearing a red shirt, and younger sibling, Mobo, with yellow-orange skin, and wearing a blue shirt. They first appeared in the game of the same name as robbers; although the reasoning differed among various versions, they were generally depicted as opposing other criminal organizations for the greater good. They made appearances alongside Sonic in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
Appearances in Sonic GamesEdit
Robo and Mobo appear as unlockable playable characters in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing. They can be purchased via SEGA miles. Their personal vehicle is their Get-a-Way Wagon, which has tremendous speed, but lacks weight. Their All-Star Move is "Blimp Strike" in which their Get-a-Way Zepplin appears and throw explosives at the other racers.
- The original Bonanza Bros. game is unlockable in the PlayStation 2 version of Sonic Gems Collection.
- On the SEGA Genesis box art for Bonanza Bros., Robo and Mobo are depicted in an art style closer resembling actual people.
- In the Nintendo DS version of Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, only Mobo drives. Robo does appear, but only during their All-Star Move.
- When the Bonanza Bros. do their All-Star Move in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, the Level Complete music from Bonanza Bros. can be heard.
- The Bonanza Bros. are the third most expensive item to buy in the SEGA Shop, behind Alex Kidd and Opa-Opa.
- The Bonanza Bros. make appearances as playable characters in Missions #23, #42, and #52 in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.
- Although they don't have any mouths, they can be heard laughing, when hitting an enemy or winning a race.
- They resemble LEGO figures in the LEGO franchise, particularly because of their arms.
- In the original English version of Bonanza Bros., the titular characters are said to test alarms to make sure they work, not that they are theives. In later media, this is changed back to them being theives.