Report that Sega's masterpiece 'Sonic the Hedgehog' was transplanted to Commodore 64/128
The report that SEGA's action game ' Sonic the Hedgehog ' released in 1991 was ported to the 8-bit home computers ' Commodore 64 ' and ' Commodore 128 ' was reported on the Commodore 64 community site ' Lemon64 '. I am.
Sonic the Hedgehog for C64 / 128 + REU --Commodore 64 (C64) Forum
Sonic the Hedgehog (Commodore 64 + REU) Announce Trailer --YouTube
In the released movie, you can see how the playable character Sonic is moving smoothly.
It seems that the boss Doctor Eggman is also appearing properly.
This ported version is a port of the 8-bit version 'Sonic the Hedgehog' released for the Sega Master System overseas. Originally coded for the Sega Master System CPU Z80 , the author Zorro said that he manually converted it for MOS 6502. In addition, this Commodore 64/128 version of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' is the first game designed exclusively for Commodore's RAM expansion unit 'Commodore REU', and is a fast and smooth full screen with only a few compromises. It seems that the game is realized.
In Lemon64, a version of 'Super Mario Bros.' ported to Commodore 64 has been released before, but in just a few days Nintendo received a deletion request and it has been deleted.
I ported Super Mario Bros. to Commodore 64 over 7 years, but Nintendo applied for removal from copyright infringement --GIGAZINE
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