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'''''Amazing Sonic''''' is a 1994 LCD game presented by Tiger Electronics, a former branch of [[Sega]].
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[[File:Amazing_Sonic_game.jpg|thumb|The Amazing Sonic game with the screen out.]]
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'''''Amazing Sonic''''' is a 1994 LCD game part of the ''Pocket Arcade'' series by [[Tiger Electronics]], distributed by ''Tomy America Inc.''
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
The game contains twelve mazes and puzzles that [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] must solve. Unfortunately, this handheld LCD game suffered from an inefficient brightness which could make it difficult for the player to see. Despite its issues, the game featured the same gameplay elements found in most games in the [[Sonic the Hedgehog (series)|''Sonic'' series]].
 
The game contains twelve mazes and puzzles that [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] must solve. Unfortunately, this handheld LCD game suffered from an inefficient brightness which could make it difficult for the player to see. Despite its issues, the game featured the same gameplay elements found in most games in the [[Sonic the Hedgehog (series)|''Sonic'' series]].
   
==Covers==
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==Gallery==
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===Card===
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
File:AmazingSonicBack.jpg|
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File:AmazingSonicFront.jpg|Front
File:AmazingSonicFront.jpg|
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File:AmazingSonicBack.jpg|Back
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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===Artwork===
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<gallery>
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Amazing Sonic logo.jpg|Logo
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Amazing Sonic artwork.jpg|Card artwork
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</gallery>
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{{LCD games}}
 
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Latest revision as of 03:45, September 2, 2018

Amazing Sonic game

The Amazing Sonic game with the screen out.

Amazing Sonic is a 1994 LCD game part of the Pocket Arcade series by Tiger Electronics, distributed by Tomy America Inc.

DescriptionEdit

The game contains twelve mazes and puzzles that Sonic must solve. Unfortunately, this handheld LCD game suffered from an inefficient brightness which could make it difficult for the player to see. Despite its issues, the game featured the same gameplay elements found in most games in the Sonic series.

GalleryEdit

CardEdit

ArtworkEdit

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