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Download Sonic 3D Blast (825 Prototype) File: Sonic 3D Blast (825 Prototype).bin (4 MB) ( info ) Prototype 825 of Sonic 3D Blast, dated August 26, 1996, was released by drx during the February 23, 2008 proto release. Sonic 3D Blast: Director’s Cut (also known as Sonic 3D Blast DX) is a project to update Sonic 3D Blast on the MegaDrive/Genesis by the original creator, Jon Burton.It attempts to solve long standing issues affecting gameplay, as well as adding new features and gameplay modes.

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Sonic 3D Blast (or simply Sonic 3D in certain countries) is an isometric platform game, starring Sonic the Hedgehog along with other familiar characters from the series. The storyline is nothing special; on an island in an alternate dimension there are peculiar birds called Flickies, with the special abilities. Sonic 3D Blast (aka Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island, ソニック 3D フリッキーアイランド), a really nice action game sold in 1997 for Windows, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Genesis, time to play an arcade video game title. Sonic Adventure Blast is a fan game that aims to capture the feeling of movement in Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure 2, while making various changes and additions to make it feel new and unique. The engine is written from the ground up in C, using OpenGL to render.

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Prototype 825 of Sonic 3D Blast, dated August 26, 1996, was released by drx during the February 23, 2008 proto release.

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General Differences

  • This is the first build to use the final's 'Sega' scream during the intro.
  • The opening FMV is present, albeit without music. (The intro video that plays when starting the game is also active and is identical to the final.)
  • Level Select is still activated upon starting a game.
  • The main menu has finally been put in.
  • Pressing A while the game is paused will skip levels.
  • Final Fight is still called 'The Final Boss'.
  • When the Panic Puppet boss or the final boss is defeated, the game displays the message 'GAME COMPLETED WITH(OUT) ALL CHAOS EMERALDS SEQUENCE WILL GO HERE'.
  • All bosses use Track 13 (the first boss music), leaving Track 12 unused.
  • The player still gets bonus points for Knuckles, Tails, and the Flickies, even if the player just finished a boss stage.
  • In Spring Stadium Zone, the shadows under the balloons are glitched up.

Aesthetic Differences

Free Prototype 825
Prototype 831 - Final
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  • Title screen is similar to the previous prototypes, and is the latest known build to have the E3 demo title screen. The 'PRESS START' font has been changed.
  • The Chaos Emeralds do not yet have any rotation animations on the Special Stage tally screen.
Prototype 825 - 830
Prototype 831 - Final
  • 'Press Start' flashes on the demos instead of 'Demo Mode'.
  • Only Green Grove 1, Rusty Ruin 2, and Diamond Dust 1 have their demos implemented.

Opening FMV

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Gif these. I'm pretty certain their animations are different as well.

The opening FMV doesn't update its palette once Sonic is in focus, and it has a slightly smaller resolution. Technically speaking, this build has a 256*160 resolution while the final is 256*200. That is because the developers used horizontal interrupts to repeat lines, effectively stretching the image two and a half times (two in this build) its original resolution of 256*80. It also cuts out a little earlier than the final.

Prototype 825 - 830
Prototype 94 - Final

Main Menu

This build and the Saturn Tech Demo have a very odd-looking version of Sonic in the main menu. This is actually the proper, original render of Sonic. However it was touched up for the final build to look a lot less... well you get the picture.

Prototype 825
Prototype 830, 94 - Final

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Ending Cutscene

The first part of the good ending cutscene has been re-rendered, probably because of how awkward the camera angle was.

Prototype 825
Prototype 830 - Final

Unused Music

An unused boss track from this build is listed as Track 12 in the Sound Test. Fourteen years later, this music was used as a boss theme in Sonic the Hedgehog 4 - Episode I.

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I thought there was a save state for the final version that would allow access to this; Apparently, the data is still there.
(Source: Sonic Retro)

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The Gumball Machine and Slot Machine from Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles respectively are listed as Tracks 1D and 1E. However, they cannot be accessed through normal means as they go past the limit of the Sound Test.

(Source: GameHut for discovering the tracks and 8SomaCruzes for track IDs.)

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