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Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic

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Title Screen

Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic

Also known as: Fighter Sonic (title screen)
Based on: Digimon Adventure (Game Boy Advance)
Developer: Sintax
Platform: Unlicensed Game Boy Advance


AnimationsIcon.png This game has unused animations.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.


Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic is a bootleg game that doesn't actually play like Sonic at all and is just a reskin of Sintax's crappy platformer engine. It's also notable for being one of many Sintax bootlegs that were annoyingly hard to dump compared to literally any licensed Game Boy Advance game, thanks to its heavy copy protection (ironic for a bootleg game) that took until August 2020 for somebody to crack it.

Hmmm...
To do:
Try to enable the Chinese version.

Unused Graphics

FighterSonic-unusedlogo1.png

An alternate logo, which is a poorly-edited version of the Sonic Advance logo with the "Advance" part (in English) cut out, and also featuring a Roman numeral III. Not to be confused with the real Sonic Advance 3.

FighterSonic-unusedlogo2.png

A Chinese logo for the game. There's no indication that such a version was released.

FighterSonic-levelname1.pngFighterSonic-levelname2.pngFighterSonic-levelname3.pngFighterSonic-levelname4.png

Chinese versions of the level names.

FighterSonic-hexfont.png

A hexadecimal font.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Unused Animation

FighterSonic-blink.gif

Sonic's HUD icon has a (rather odd) blinking animation that always gets stuck on the second frame. The first frame can just barely be seen as the level fades in.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Unused Music

A sped-up sampling of Kyoko's "Happy Birthday" from the first Detective Conan movie. It is a leftover piece from Digimon Adventure and is present in various Sintax games.

All of the unused tracks from Digimon Adventure are also present here.

(Source: Original TCRF research)