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'''''Sonic the Hedgehog''''' (also known as '''''Sonic the Hedgehog 4''''') is a [[pirate]] game for the [[SNES]] by Peruvian scene organization [[Twin Eagles Group]]. In actuality, it is a hack of ''Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos'' (raising the possibility that it was done by the same pirate team who made ''[[Sonic 6]]'', a hack of ''Speedy Gonzales'' for the Game Boy). Notable features include Sonic's new ability to kick, and mission to free Mario from cages (upon which the latter exclaims his own name). All music has been removed, except for four tracks, one of which plays during almost every level.
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'''''Sonic the Hedgehog''''' (also known as '''''Sonic the Hedgehog 4''''') is a [[pirate]] game for the [[sega:Super Nintendo Entertainment System|Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] by Peruvian scene organization [[Twin Eagles Group]]. In actuality, it is a hack of ''Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos'' (raising the possibility that it was done by the same pirate team who made ''[[Sonic 6]]'', a hack of ''Speedy Gonzales'' for the Game Boy). Notable features include [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]]'s new ability to kick, and mission to free [[Mario]] from cages (upon which the latter exclaims his own name). All music has been removed, except for four tracks, one of which plays during almost every level.
  
 
In some emulators, the game freezes completely after four levels.
 
In some emulators, the game freezes completely after four levels.
  
 
Three stages from the original ''Speedy Gonzales'' game were scrapped from this hack for unknown reasons, but it is possible for players to access them by hacking and/or loading ''Speedy Gonzales'' savestates.
 
Three stages from the original ''Speedy Gonzales'' game were scrapped from this hack for unknown reasons, but it is possible for players to access them by hacking and/or loading ''Speedy Gonzales'' savestates.
 
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==External Links==
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==Downloads==
* [http://www.tegperu.org/tegperu/default.asp?target=/sceneperu/sonic/default.asp Sonic the Hedgehog] at Twin Eagles Group's website
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*[http://sonic-cult.org/dispart.php?catid=7&gameid=5&subid=1&artid=2 Sonic SNES's Lost Levels Page] at Sonic CulT.
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*[http://www.tegperu.org/tegperu/default.asp?target=/sceneperu/sonic/default.asp Sonic the Hedgehog] at Twin Eagles Group's website
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20160304135842/http://sonic-cult.org/dispart.php?catid=7&gameid=5&subid=1&artid=2 Sonic SNES's Lost Levels Page] at Sonic CulT (archive).
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[[Category:Unlicensed games]]
 
[[Category:Unlicensed games]]

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Sonic the Hedgehog (SNES)
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System(s): Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Genre: Action
Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code Rating
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
PE
1996-09  ? ?
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Sonic the Hedgehog (also known as Sonic the Hedgehog 4) is a pirate game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System by Peruvian scene organization Twin Eagles Group. In actuality, it is a hack of Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos (raising the possibility that it was done by the same pirate team who made Sonic 6, a hack of Speedy Gonzales for the Game Boy). Notable features include Sonic's new ability to kick, and mission to free Mario from cages (upon which the latter exclaims his own name). All music has been removed, except for four tracks, one of which plays during almost every level.

In some emulators, the game freezes completely after four levels.

Three stages from the original Speedy Gonzales game were scrapped from this hack for unknown reasons, but it is possible for players to access them by hacking and/or loading Speedy Gonzales savestates.

Production credits

Programming
  • Coding: Alex
Art
  • Animations: Mr. Byte, TEG
Voice Acting
  • Voice Actor: Mongrut
Source: In-game credits


Screenshots

Magazine articles

Sonic Retro emblem.svg Main article: sega:Sonic the Hedgehog (SNES)/Magazine articles

Physical scans

Super NES,
Sonic 4.JPG
Cover
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Cart
Super NES, (alt)

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Cart
Super NES, (alt 2)

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Cart
Super NES, (alt 3)
Sonic4 rear cover alt3.jpgNospine.pngSonic4 front cover alt3.jpg
Cover
Sonic4 cart alt3.jpg
Cart
Super NES, (alt 4)

Sonic4 cart alt4.jpg
Cart
Super NES, (alt 5)

Sonic4 cart alt5.jpg
Cart
Super NES, (alt 6)

Sonic4 cart alt6.jpg
Cart

Downloads

Download.svg Download Sonic the Hedgehog
File: Sonic the Hedgehog (SNES).7z (697 kB) (info)

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
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CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
Cartridge

External links

References