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|name = Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic
 
|name = Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic
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|console = Game Boy Advance
 
|console = Game Boy Advance
 
|date = Unknown (Likely after 2001)
 
|date = Unknown (Likely after 2001)
|sound = [[Vast Fame]] (?)
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|sound = [[Vast Fame]](?)
|alt = Rayman IV, [[Crash Advance IV]], [[Digimon Adventure]] (Original) (GBA)
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|alt = ''[[Crash Advance IV]]''<br>''[[Digimon Adventure]]'' (Original) (GBA)<br>''Rayman IV''
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}}'''''Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic''''' (also known as '''''Fighter Sonic''''') is a pirate game for the Game Boy Advance.
'''''Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic''''' (also known as '''''Fighter Sonic''''') is a pirate game for the Game Boy Advance.
 
   
 
It uses music from [[Vast Fame]] though it is believed to have been developed and published by [[Sintax]] since it shares an engine with several of their other GBA games such as [[Digimon Adventure|''Digimon Adventure'']] and [[Crash Advance IV|''Crash Advance IV'']]. The game is currently undumped.
 
It uses music from [[Vast Fame]] though it is believed to have been developed and published by [[Sintax]] since it shares an engine with several of their other GBA games such as [[Digimon Adventure|''Digimon Adventure'']] and [[Crash Advance IV|''Crash Advance IV'']]. The game is currently undumped.
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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[[File:Fighter sonic1.png|left|thumb|Gameplay Screenshot.]]
 
As stated, this game uses the same engine as a string of other GBA platform games likely made by Sintax. You can move left, right, and jump. In this game, your projectile attack is throwing "spin dashes" at the opponent. The game's engine suffers from a number of bugs, particularly with the audio.
 
As stated, this game uses the same engine as a string of other GBA platform games likely made by Sintax. You can move left, right, and jump. In this game, your projectile attack is throwing "spin dashes" at the opponent. The game's engine suffers from a number of bugs, particularly with the audio.
   
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SonicFS1.jpg|A (possibly the first) case of the game.
 
SonicFS1.jpg|A (possibly the first) case of the game.
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Sonic3FighterSonic_Cart.jpg|''Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s cartridge.
 
Fighter sonic ending.png|The ending.
 
Fighter sonic ending.png|The ending.
Fighter sonic1.png|Gameplay Screenshot.
 
Sonic3FighterSonic_Cart.jpg|Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic's cartridge.
 
 
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==Gameplay==
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== Video ==
[[File:Fighter Sonic - Full Playthrough|thumb|center|335 px]]
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Fighter Sonic - Full Playthrough|
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== Extra Links ==
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== External link ==
 
*[http://info.sonicretro.org/Sonic_3_Fighter_Sonic Sonic Retro's article on the game]
 
*[http://info.sonicretro.org/Sonic_3_Fighter_Sonic Sonic Retro's article on the game]
 
[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Games]]

Latest revision as of 07:04, June 18, 2019

Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic
Fighter sonic
Title screen.
Publisher Sintax
Developer Sintax
Console Game Boy Advance
Date Unknown (Likely after 2001)
Sound engine Vast Fame(?)
Alternate names/hacks Crash Advance IV
Digimon Adventure (Original) (GBA)
Rayman IV
Sonic 3: Fighter Sonic (also known as Fighter Sonic) is a pirate game for the Game Boy Advance.

It uses music from Vast Fame though it is believed to have been developed and published by Sintax since it shares an engine with several of their other GBA games such as Digimon Adventure and Crash Advance IV. The game is currently undumped.

Overview Edit

Fighter sonic1

Gameplay Screenshot.

As stated, this game uses the same engine as a string of other GBA platform games likely made by Sintax. You can move left, right, and jump. In this game, your projectile attack is throwing "spin dashes" at the opponent. The game's engine suffers from a number of bugs, particularly with the audio.

Most, if not all of Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic's sprites are ripped from the Sonic Advance series. Notably, Sonic's life icon is his Sonic Advance 2 life icon, but with sunglasses. The graphics for Sonic and all of the objects seem to be taken from Sonic Advance and Sonic Advance 2 but with less animation frames. Oddly, the sound when collecting rings was stolen from Pokémon Red and Blue. The game has a total of 4 levels; there are rings throughout said levels, but they seem to have no purpose other than increasing the score. Rather bizarrely, Sonic does not lose rings when hit, and instead has a health meter. The game includes a score counter which is increased in various ways.

Gallery Edit

Video Edit

External link Edit

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