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General bugs

Misspelled items

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Two of the items in the game are spelled incorrectly in-game. The Radio is spelled as the "Raido" on the Equip screen only (it is spelled correctly when picked up in Poloy Forest), and the Rocket Booster is spelled as the "Rocket Booter" both when picked up and on the Equip screen.

Not fixed in any version.


Knuckles item movement

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For whatever reason, whenever Tails uses the Knuckles item while walking right, he will move backwards slightly, making the short-ranged item more difficult to use when facing right. By repeatedly pressing 1 while holding Right, the player can shift back further to the left edge of the camera. Tails does not move when using the item while standing still, and moves to the left as expected when using it while walking to the left.

Not fixed in any version.


Level-specific bugs

Lake Rocky

Clip through the ceiling

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When in the second area (leading to Cavern Island and Lake Crystal), the player will come across a narrow passageway with rocks to break through using the Sea Fox's front drill. If the player lets go of the D-Pad and lets the Sea Fox drill into the rocks with its remaining momentum while repeatedly using the Vulcan Gun, there is a chance that the player will get stuck in the rocks, then clip through the ceiling. Should this happen, the player can move around inside the walls, but they will not be able to get out, requiring the player to reset the game.

Not fixed in any version.


Cavern Island

Ignore water currents

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Currents normally block the way down.
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Get hit here.
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Fall down here.

Some of Cavern Island's flooded passages have fast-moving currents that force Tails in specific directions. When Tails takes damage from an enemy or hazard, he will ignore the effects of all tiles that force him to move in different directions. By taking damage in specific places, the player can go down passages that are meant to be one-way and therefore take unintended shortcuts through the level.

Not fixed in any version.


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