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[[File:ComputerandVideoGamesJune1991_2.jpg|thumb|June 1991 Computer]]
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'''''Sonic the Hedgehog (Amiga)''''' is a cancelled port of ''[[Sonic the Hedgehog]]''. From the few screens released, the port seems to be along the lines of the 8-bit game and have original level design. The graphics seem to be redrawn also.
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'''''Sonic the Hedgehog''''' is a cancelled port of ''[[Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)|Sonic the Hedgehog]]'' for the [[Commodore Amiga]] and [[wikipedia:Atari ST|Atari ST]] home computer developed by European video game developer, [[U.S. Gold]].
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From the few screenshots released in European magazines such as [[wikipedia:ACE_(magazine)|ACE]], this port seemed to resemble the [[Sonic the Hedgehog (8-bit)|8-bit game]] and featured original level designs. The graphics seemed to be redrawn as well.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Sonic1_amiga.jpg
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ComputerandVideoGamesJune1991 2.jpg|''Computer & Video Game'' (UK) Issue #115 June 1991
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</gallery>
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{{Sonic games (scrapped)}}
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{{DISPLAYTITLE: ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' (1991 U.S. Gold)}}
 
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Sonic the Hedgehog is a cancelled port of Sonic the Hedgehog for the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST home computer developed by European video game developer, U.S. Gold.

From the few screenshots released in European magazines such as ACE, this port seemed to resemble the 8-bit game and featured original level designs. The graphics seemed to be redrawn as well.

GalleryEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog scrapped video games
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