Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld
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|Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld|
|Developer: Aspect Co. Ltd|
|System(s): Sega Pico|
Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ・ゲームワールド) is an early childhood educational "storyware" cartridge for the Sega Pico system. The cart is one of two Sonic-related games for the system, the other being Tails and the Music Maker. Gameworld was released in August 1994 in Japan and November 1995 in North America.
Children interact with the game by the use of a "magic pen," the stylus used with the Pico system. After choosing to have either one or two players and an easy or hard difficulty, the game opens up with a simple story—Dr. Robotnik has hidden a Chaos Emerald on each floor of the Gameworld, an amusement park-like tower. Sonic, Tails and Amy must beat all the minigames on each level and find the Emeralds.
To start a game, the child would move the stylus over to an area marking an activity, where an icon would appear showing whether the magic pen, direction pad or red button would be used in the minigame. The scoring of each game is determined by the performance in each task.
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The first floor/area has a sports focus, with games on the floor being Car Race, Sonic-Ball, Hoops and Tree Climb.
Executive Producer: Cindy Hardgrave
Producer: Julie Hayward-Senatore
Assistant Producer: Kim Rogers
PD Assistant: Joycc Takakura
Director of Marketing: Lydia Gable
Sega Technical Assistance: Willie Mancero
Lead Tester: Lloyd Kinoshita
Assistant Lead Testers: Karen Brown, Dennis Lee, Kathleen Silkworth
Testers: Jason Cordero, Pedro Ponce, Jay Mijares, Chris Garrett, Kyle Jung, Eugene Valenzuela
Special Thanks: Hatsume Bell, Keith Higashihara, Mike Fischer, Adam Sevillia, Kristin Mallory, Greg Beckstead
- Aspect Credits
Product Manager: Mike Fischer
Educational Consultant: P.J. Robinson
Manual Copy & Design: Martin Productions
Special Thanks (Sega): Susan Reeves, Andrea Scarnecchia
|Sonic games for the following systems|
| 1994 Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld 1995 Tails and the Music Maker |
Unreleased Sonic Jr.