From Sonic Retro
|System(s): MSX2 and GBA|
Sonyc is a 1995 fan game/pirate game for MSX2 computers, developed by Elvis Gallegos and Manuel Pazos, and later ported to the Nintendo Game Boy Advance (not necessarily by the same developers). The latter version is less developed.
The game's levels are arranged similarly to classic Sonic games: Of the 4 'zones', each is divided into 3 'acts'. The first zone has a grassland theme, as in most Sonic games. The second is a cavern that remains frozen despite the numerous magma rivers flowing through it. The third zone is an ancient ruins type level filled with sand, stone, and waterfalls. The final zone takes place in a forest that is similar to Wood Zone, one of the levels cut from Sonic the Hedgehog 2. There are also bonus stages, visited after defeating the guardian of each zone, which feature letter blocks resembling children's toys and in which Sonic has 60 seconds to collect as many stars as possible.
|Palm Zone 1||---||Ice Zone 1||COLDICE||Ruins Zone 1||STONES||Forest Zone 1||WOODEN|
|Palm Zone 2||SEASIDE||Ice Zone 2||FALLS||Ruins Zone 2||ANCIENT||Forest Zone 2||TWIG|
|Palm Zone 3||SARDINE||Ice Zone 3||TEMPANO||Ruins Zone 3||GEMA||Forest Zone 3||HIDORI|
|King Moai||MOBAKA||Gandhara||KUBITO||Cave Dragon||DORAGON||Dark Metal||CRYSTAL|
Game Boy Advance version
This version's first level was originally believed to be unbeatable. This has been proven to be false. However, due to this, savestates for the emulator Boycott Advance were created to grant players access to other levels. So far, savestates have been created for the ruins and wood levels, courtesy of Stealth. The graphics are glitched when using Visual Boy Advance, so it is best to use Boycott Advance.
|00D310:07||7 Chaos Emeralds (next Level, Act 1/2/3 only)|
|00D311:99||99 Rings (you need to disable it to die after falling into a deep pit)|