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The most obvious difference to the final game is the theme music, which uses a rendition of Masato Nakamura's theme written for Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The final game uses an original composition from Howard Drossin.
Like the title screen, the game over music uses another rendition of Masato Nakamura's original Sonic theme. The final game, again, uses an original composition from Howard Drossin.
Cheat codes work slightly differently; you have to press the D-Pad instructions before the buttons.
The final game's Select level cheat is entirely absent.
The message "Loser" would become the more polite "You Lose".