Sonic Triple Trouble 16-bit revives his Game Gear look

Sonic Triple Trouble 16-bit revives his Game Gear look: Due to a passion project, one of Sonic’s Sega Game Gear titles has been given a 16-bit facelift. After the demo in 2019, fan developer Noah Copeland released Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit for Windows on Gamejolt yesterday.

Reviewers complimented Sonic Triple Trouble for being enjoyable, especially with the cars. But panned it for being unoriginal.

According to a 2018 interview with Sega-16, Copeland wants to remake Sonic Triple Trouble in 16-bit 20 years after initially playing it.

What if Sonic Triple Trouble had come out after Sonic 3 & Knuckles on the Sega Genesis/MegaDrive? Copeland posed the question in the game’s summary.

The Deleter, a ResetEra user, says he put that notion into reality by rebuilding the game for Genesis and adding additional level design and gimmicks to make it look like a later Genesis release.

View the game’s teaser trailer, which Copeland published last month, to see it yourself. You may skip the video if you have photosensitivity difficulties since the flashes might trigger seizures.

Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit adds 3D Special Stages and 360 Sonic mechanics in addition to making the additional level design and gimmicks a reality.

Additionally, you can flip between Sonic and Tails in real-time for the first time in the manner of Sonic Heroes, which may be advantageous depending on their circumstances.

Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit is a free-to-download game, and according to Copeland, an Android version will release shortly.