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Charity Sonic Stream “Race for Good 2: Adventure Battle DX” Returns June 22nd | Fan Scene

Monday, May 27th, 2019

Our good friends Pete “TitansCreed” Nethercote and Andy “TheBritishAndy” Wilson will be running another Sonic charity stream this year.

Last year they managed to raise over £600 for Special Effect over the course of 10 hours playing the Classic set of Sonic games. This year they’re aiming for a minimum of £700, but they will be streaming over two days with more of a focus on the modern Sonic titles.

Day 1 will consist of the following games:

  • Sonic Adventure DX
  • Sonic Adventure 2
  • Sonic Generations
  • Day 2 will consist of the following games:

  • Sonic Lost World
  • Sonic Mania
  • Sonic Forces
  • Check out the trailer for Race for Good 2: Adventure Battle DX by clicking below:

    The race will be hosted on both twitch.tv/projectphoenixproductions & twitch.tv/thebritishandy on June 22nd and June 23rd. It will begin at 8am BST/3am EDT/12am PDT. We wish both TitansCreed and TheBritishAndy all the best during their stream! As soon as a donation page is available we will update this story so you can donate to their cause.

    OC Remix Reveal Skies of Arcadia Remix Album ‘Arcadia Legends’ | Fan Scene

    Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

    The talented musicians at OC Remix have revealed their next album is going to be based on the music of legendary Dreamcast RPG Skies of Arcadia.

    The album will be called Arcadia Legends and the project is being directed by Darkflamewolf and Modus. There is currently no word on a release date, but a trailer for the album can be viewed below:

    Keep your eyes on the OC Remix website for updates regarding Arcadia Legends.

    Omega Blast is Another Homebrew Mega Drive Game Celebrating the Console’s 30th Anniversary

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

    Developed by Nendo, Omega Blast is a vertical ‘bullet hell’ shoot-em-up for the Mega Drive and a near complete version of the game is now available as part of the 30th anniversary of the Japanese launch of the Mega Drive.

    This homebrew title is a free download and can be played in a Mega Drive emulator or directly on a Mega Drive itself with use of a flash cart. It’s a very impressive-looking title that reminds us of the infamous NES bullet hell shmup Summer Carnival ’92: Recca. You can see the game in action below:

    Click here to go to the Nendo website to download Omega Blast.

    New Indie Mega Drive Title Marks 30 Years Since the Mega Drive Launched in Japan

    Monday, October 29th, 2018

    It’s the 30th anniversary of the Mega Drive, and what better way to celebrate than by playing a brand new Mega Drive game!

    Developed by Dr. Ludos, 30 Years of Nintendon’t sees you trying to convince NES owners to buy a Mega Drive instead of a SNES by tempting them with more attractive, Mega Drive-exclusive games. It’s a silly little concept that makes for a fun distraction. You can play it in browser via the game’s Itch page, or alternatively you can download the ROM for use on an actual Mega Drive if you have a flash cart to load it onto.

    There are also future plans to release the game on an actual Mega Drive cartridge through Catskull Games. If you’ve got some time to kill and you’re nostalgic for the days when SEGA were a market leader, then why not give 30 Years of Nintendon’t a try?

    [Source: Dr. Ludos on Itch]

    Sonic Amateur Games Expo 2018 Now Running from August 25th to September 1st, Registration Now Open

    Thursday, July 12th, 2018

    The Sonic Amateur Games Expo is returning this year, but a little later than usual. The event will run from August 25th to Septmeber 1st and registration is now open. Got a Sonic fan game you’d like to showcase? Then head on over to Sonic Retro and read the submission guidelines.

    The SAGE organisers are also putting together an event trailer so if you want your game featured in it, send a 10 second clip of your game to the official SAGE email address – sageentry[at]gmail.com

    If you want to keep track of all the SAGE 2018 news then head over to the SAGE Twitter and give it a follow. A kick-off livestream will also take place on the SAGE YouTube on August 24th and 6pm CDT (12am BST).

    [Source: Sonic Retro]

    ‘Race for Good’ Sonic 27th Anniversary Charity Stream Will Go Live on June 23rd | Fan Scene

    Monday, May 21st, 2018

    Two friends of SEGADriven, TitansCreed and The British Andy will be embarking on a 27th anniversary Sonic the Hedgehog stream on June 23rd 2018 in order to raise money for the Special Effect charity for disabled gamers.

    Both TitansCreed and The British Andy will be racing each other to finish 12 Sonic titles each. It’s a very unique pair of marathons that aims to raise money for a very special cause. Both streams will run concurrently on TitansCreed’s Twitch channel and The British Andy’s Twitch channel from 5pm BST on June 23rd.

    You can donate to TitansCreed and The British Andy’s cause by visiting the Race for Good JustGiving page. They will be taking donations all the way up to the end of the event, so if you have some spare change to throw at a good cause, then why not this one?

    Check out the full details of the stream in the following trailer:

    Fan Made 16 Bit Remake of Sonic Triple Trouble Coming Soon, Built With Sonic Time Twisted Engine | Fan Scene

    Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

    Sonic Triple Trouble is getting a new lease of life through a fan made 16 bit remake. Titled ‘Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit’, Noah Copeland is building the remake using Overbound’s engine for Sonic Time Twisted, which is a game we very much endorse. Click the embed below to see the first look of the fan game in action:

    Sonic Triple Trouble 16-Bit has no release date at present, but it will be a PC title and the description for the trailer says, “This is a fan game you can expect to be completed… soon!” Hopefully not too long of a wait, then.

    Fan Scene: Sonic 2 HD Demo 2.0 Now Available

    Saturday, September 30th, 2017

    The long-awaited 2nd demo of the Sonic 2 HD fan game is now available to download from the project’s official website. You can check out a trailer for the latest build by clicking below:

    Sonic 2 HD has been in development since 2008. The last build was released in 2012 and featured animation by Tom Fry and music by Tee Lopes. Both would later find fame for their work on Sonic Mania.

    [Source: Sonic 2 HD Official Website]

    Fan Scene: Fan Game ‘Sonic Time Twisted’ Finally Released

    Sunday, April 30th, 2017

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    Overbound’s Sonic Time Twisted is a Sonic CD-style fan game that has been in development off-and-on for 12 years and earlier this month it finally saw release. We’ve been following the development of this game since its earliest incarnations and to say we never expected it to make it to a final release is a massive understatement after such a protracted development period.

    Congratulations to Overbound and company for seeing this project to its conclusion because the finished result is a really impressive 16 bit-style Sonic game that you can download from Overbound’s website right now.

    Check out the launch trailer below:

    Fan Scene: Sonic Hacking Contest 2016 Round-Up 2

    Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

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    The Sonic Hacking Contest has returned and is running from the 7th to the 13th of November 2016. In these videos we take a look at 6 choice cuts from this year’s event:

    You can visit the official Sonic Hacking Contest website to download these hacks and more.

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