The Bonanza Bros. are two pairs of siblings consisting of older sibling Robo in yellow and wearing a red shirt and younger sibling Mobo in orange and wearing a blue shirt. They first appeared in the game of the same name as bank robbers
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.
- On the SEGA Genesis box art for Bonanza Bros., Robo and Mobo are pictured as 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.
- The Bonanza Bros. were once planned to be spies helping the US government. This was later dropped when the game was released for the Commodore Amiga.
- Despite being robots, their species in their biography in Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing are humans. This mistake might of made due to their appearances on the SEGA Genesis box art for Bonanza Bros.
- 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.