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Sonic Advance

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Sonic Advance

Developers: Sonic Team, Dimps
Publishers: Sega (JP), THQ (US), Infogrames (EU)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: December 22, 2001
Released in US: February 4, 2002
Released in EU: March 23, 2002


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Sonic Advance is, as you may have guessed, the first game in the Sonic Advance series.

Build Dates

Present at 0x7F8F4C (Japan v1.0), 0x7F8F48 (US), 0x7FF02C (Europe), and 0x7F9078 (Japan v1.1):

Japan v1.0
0.69Wed Oct 31 18:01:36  2001
US
0.69Wed Oct 31 18:32:29  2001
Europe
0.71Wed Nov 21 13:22:30  2001
Japan v1.1
0.72Thu Dec 20 16:05:10  2001

Unused Music

Invincibility

An alternate invincibility tune, later used in Sonic Advance 2 and Sonic Advance 3.

Revisional Differences

The original releases in all regions have a rather severe bug: after deleting the save file, rings collected in the main game will no longer transfer to the Tiny Chao Garden. This was fixed in v1.1, only released in Japan.

The original US and Japanese versions have English and Japanese language selection. The double pack re-releases added Spanish, French, and German from the European version.