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General comparisons

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

The 1229 prototype has the same Sega logo background as the 1207 and 1227 builds, but now has the ™ symbol.

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

Rather than the tiling errors in 1227, all save data has Botanic Base marked as CLEAR.

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

This is the first known build with a real options menu. It's the same as the final, save for "Key Config" becoming "Control Configuration".

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

The sound test is more complete than the 1227 prototype. It lacks channel labels and song titles, and the PWM indicators are different colours, but most of the graphics are here.

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

The title cards now read Chaotix, but Heavy is still called "Heaby".

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Prototype 1229
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Final game

If two Espios are paired together, a couple of frames of his balancing animation will have an incorrect palette (which was not the case in earlier builds). Strictly speaking this combination is impossible during normal play in this prototype, but can be acheived temporarily with change monitors in the final game.

Level comparisons


Chaotix (prototype 1229), prototype version of Chaotix
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