Sonic 3D Blast – Game Genie Codes The following are known Game Genie Codes for Sonic 3D Blast on SEGA Genesis. Freeze Animations AJLA-AACG Level Selection Menu Always Appears At Level Start AJNA-AA32 Invisible Sonic, Except For Shadow AJNA-AAWT Infinite Lives ATEA-AA5J Do Not Lose Rings When Hit BL5T-CA2W Don’t Lose Rings In Special Stages. Thank you for your support! Sonic 3D Blast is an isometric Sonic game where you have to rescue Flickies (the concept is based on the classic Sega title Flicky), and is considered to be mediocre by many. Somewhat-improved versions were later released for the Saturn and Windows.
Jon Burton continues his uploads of tracks from the Sonic 3D demo music casette with “Green Alley” Zone Act 1!
Graphically superior to its predecessors, Sonic 3D Blast is a winner guaranteed to consume even the most experienced gamers.if only for a few days. ProTip: Deposit Flickies in. Sonic 3D Blast is yet another Sonic game previously on Mega Collection. The gameplay is actually based on the Sega arcade game Flicky; the bluebird appeared as a rescued animal in the 2D Sonic games.
Burton, an ex-employee of Traveller’s Tales, has already released a number of tracks from the demo cassette in his posession, and has been slowly uploading these to his Youtube channel, including an unused track that then went on to be used in Sonic Adventure.
The most recent installment comes from the very first stage of the game, with a twist! It appears as though before Green Grove Zone got it’s awesomely alliterative name, it was originally going to be named Green Alley Zone (we definitely prefer the former!)
As with the unused track which went on to be used in Twinkle Park, this track also made it’s way into Sonic Adventure, as “The Air…for Windy Valley”.
The song sounds markedly different to the tracks that made it into both 16- and 128-bit games, with the melody using a “saloon piano” effect.
We hope to hear more fascinating tracks from this cassette soon!
Sega's most celebrated character returns to breathe some life into the fading Genesis market. Cleverly designed levels and good 3D-rendered graphics make Sonic 3D Blast the best Genesis game in ages.
As everybody's favorite hedgehog, you jump, spin dash, and now blast your way through seven huge levels to rescue Flickies from their robotic prisons. Distributed throughout the mazelike levels, Flickies are the keys to completing each act. But beware of Dr. Robotnik and the many traps and obstacles you encounter.
Unfortunately, trying to find a way out of each level can be frustrating early on. Because you play with an angled-over- head view, timing jumps, spin dashes, and Blast Attacks to destroy enemies or to catch moving platforms requires practice. However, once you have the moves down, the game is easy to beat, which reduces its replay value.
Graphically superior to its predecessors, Sonic 3D Blast is a winner guaranteed to consume even the most experienced gamers...if only for a few days.
ProTip: Deposit Flickies in the Big Ring as soon as you find them.
The game graphics are 4 s excellent. The large sprites and clean, crisp movements never glitch, even during the most intense action.
The game has only a 4 5 decent replay value, but it does have some great graphics and big levels to run around in. Sonic fans will love it.
The effects are recycled from previous games. But the musical selection is eclectic, ranging from techno-pop to contemporary jazz.
The controls are generally good once you learn to pinpoint your jumps. The new Blast Attack that enables Sonic to home in on enemies is awesome.
Sonic 3d Blast
- In Spring Gadget Zone, instead of using balloons to bypass deadly spikes, just continue jumping. Those spikes won't be able to nail you.
- In any bonus round, stay on the ground as much as possible. If you jump, you might miss out on a bunch of rings.
- Once you're finished with a bonus round, all rings regenerate throughout the rest of the level. Backtrack and load up on rings so you can easily pile up 1-ups, continues, and Chaos Emeralds.
- Once Sonic gets the Gold Shield, don't pick up other shields. Only the Gold Shield gives Sonic the ability to do his new killer Blast Attack.
- In any boss level, take the rings as you need them. If Dr. Robotnik hits you, the rings disperse and disappear fast
- Look for cracks in walls and spin dash through them to get to secret areas with more rings, special items, and bonus rounds.