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'''''Sonic Boom''''' was the first [[Klik & Play]] Sonic fan game to hit the internet. It was created by [[Martin Briad]] in 1995. The initial release had a virus, so it was taken down temporarily. It was re-released in 1996 by [[Magnus Andersson]].
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'''''Sonic Boom''''' was the first [[Klik & Play]] Sonic fan game to hit the internet. It was created by [[Martin Braid]] in 1995. The initial release had a virus, so it was taken down temporarily. It was re-released in 1996 by [[Magnus Andersson]].
  
 
Due to the open-sourced nature of Klik and Play, Sonic Boom later re-appeared in [[saxman|saxman's]] [[Sonic Klik & Play Collection]] along with demos of [[Sonic PC]] and [[Tails and the Quest of 100 Rings]]. It was also re-released as '''Rotor Boom''' by [[Ian Klukan]], the Archie character [[Rotor Walrus]] replacing Sonic.
 
Due to the open-sourced nature of Klik and Play, Sonic Boom later re-appeared in [[saxman|saxman's]] [[Sonic Klik & Play Collection]] along with demos of [[Sonic PC]] and [[Tails and the Quest of 100 Rings]]. It was also re-released as '''Rotor Boom''' by [[Ian Klukan]], the Archie character [[Rotor Walrus]] replacing Sonic.
  
 
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Sonic Boom
Latest release date: 1995, 1996
Credits: Martin Braid, Magnus Andersson

Sonic Boom was the first Klik & Play Sonic fan game to hit the internet. It was created by Martin Braid in 1995. The initial release had a virus, so it was taken down temporarily. It was re-released in 1996 by Magnus Andersson.

Due to the open-sourced nature of Klik and Play, Sonic Boom later re-appeared in saxman's Sonic Klik & Play Collection along with demos of Sonic PC and Tails and the Quest of 100 Rings. It was also re-released as Rotor Boom by Ian Klukan, the Archie character Rotor Walrus replacing Sonic.