SEGASonic Bros. (Unreleased Arcade Game, 1993)


SEGASonic Bros.
Title screen for SEGASonic Bros.
Title screen for SEGASonic Bros.
Status Lost

SEGASonic Bros. was an arcade game that was never properly released. It was a puzzle game where Sonic is joined by red and yellow recolors of himself with differing personalities, the red one being cheerful, and the yellow one more brooding/shy. In the game, the player must stack Sonic's copies (multi-colored orbs) together to earn points, similar to Cleopatra Fortune.

History

The game was designed by Fukio Mitsuji, and given a location test. It failed this test, and was never released, possibly being marked as one of two unsatisfactory Sonic arcade games in a press release. The game fell into obscurity for many years until Custom Robo's creator Kohji Kenjoh brought it up 20 years later, followed by a few Twitter posts on the game.

The game was found by "ShouTime", an arcade board collector. He has yet to dump the game online, however.

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Anonymous user #1

3 months ago
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Do we really need an article about a thing I dont like?
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Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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I honestly cannot tell if you're joking or not.
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Periwarden

3 months ago
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Please tell me you're just saying that as a joke.
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Anonymous user #3

3 months ago
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Fuck yourself
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Anonymous user #6

1 months ago
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please tell me this is a f#cking joke...
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CryClown

3 months ago
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Red Sonic Sez Bad Things confirmed.
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MajinMadaraUchiha

3 months ago
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Needing work, and please dont add so big images
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Anonymous user #4

3 months ago
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tbh the red and yellow sonics are better than most deviantart sonic ocs
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Anonymous user #5

3 months ago
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The only Lost sonic item than the pilot of the orginal show.
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