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Sonic Blast
Box artwork for Sonic Blast.
Developer(s) Aspect
Publisher(s) Sega
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3DS Virtual Console
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Designer(s) Toshiaki Araki (Programming), Fumikazu Sugawara (Design), Kojiro Mikusa (Sound)
Release date(s)
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Sega Game Gear
Flag of the United States.svg November, 1996
Flag of the European Union.svg November, 1996
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Sega Master System
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3DS Virtual Console
Genre(s) Platform
System(s) Game Gear, Sega Master System
Mode(s) Single player
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Series Sonic the Hedgehog
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For the Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn and Windows game, see Sonic 3D Blast.

Sonic Blast is a Sonic the Hedgehog game developed by Aspect and published by Sega for the Sega Game Gear. Despite its name, the game has practically nothing in common with Sonic 3D Blast: no enemies, levels, or bosses are shared between the games. It was released in November of 1996 for both North American and European markets. A Japanese release followed later that year on December 13 bearing the title G Sonic. In 1998 the game was ported to the Sega Master System by Sega's Brazilian distributor TecToy, and is the last game made for the system. According to Sega, it was also the last game ever made for the Game Gear. Sonic Blast was later compiled with other Sonic titles in Sonic Mega Collection Plus and Sonic Adventure DX, and a demo of its ending can be unlocked in Sonic Gems Collection.

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