History VideoGame / SonicsSchoolhouse

12th Jun '17 10:41:34 AM ShadowHog
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* DolledUpInstallment: The graphics, gameplay and even Sonic's voice already make this pretty much a ''Sonic'' game InNameOnly, but people have dug through the game's files and discovered video files of a host who would be a talking clock, thus pretty much confirming this was merely a cash-grab. Hell, Sonic's sprites weren't even originally produced for the game, they were recycled from the cancelled ''Sonic X-treme''.

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* DolledUpInstallment: The graphics, gameplay and even Sonic's voice already make this pretty much a ''Sonic'' game InNameOnly, but people have dug through the game's files and discovered video files of a host who would be a talking clock, thus pretty much confirming this was merely a cash-grab. Hell, Sonic's sprites weren't even originally produced for the game, they were recycled from the cancelled ''Sonic X-treme''.
12th Jun '17 9:23:21 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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''Sonic's Schoolhouse'' is a 1996 PC EdutainmentGame developed by [[Creator/OrionPictures Orion Interactive]]. Here, VideoGame/{{Sonic|the Hedgehog}} owns a schoolhouse and teaches kids math, reading, and spelling from kindergarten to 4th grade.

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''Sonic's Schoolhouse'' is a 1996 PC EdutainmentGame developed by BAP Interactive and published by [[Creator/OrionPictures Orion Interactive]]. Here, VideoGame/{{Sonic|the Hedgehog}} owns a schoolhouse and teaches kids math, reading, and spelling from kindergarten to 4th grade.



* DolledUpInstallment: The graphics, gameplay and even Sonic's voice already make this pretty much a ''Sonic'' game InNameOnly, but people have dug through the game's files and discovered video files of a host who would be a talking clock, thus pretty much confirming this was merely a cash-grab. Hell, Sonic's sprites weren't even originally produced for the game, they were recycled from the cancelled ''Sonic X-treme''.



* InNameOnly: Has almost nothing to do with the Sonic series aside from Sonic himself appearing.

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* InNameOnly: Has almost nothing to do with the Sonic ''Sonic'' series aside from Sonic himself appearing.
12th Jun '17 9:15:06 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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''Sonic's Schoolhouse'' is a 1996 PC EdutainmentGame developed by Orion Interactive. Here, Sonic owns a schoolhouse and teaches kids math, reading, and spelling from kindergarten to 4th grade.

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''Sonic's Schoolhouse'' is a 1996 PC EdutainmentGame developed by [[Creator/OrionPictures Orion Interactive. Interactive]]. Here, Sonic VideoGame/{{Sonic|the Hedgehog}} owns a schoolhouse and teaches kids math, reading, and spelling from kindergarten to 4th grade.
2nd Oct '16 4:54:17 AM MarkLungo
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sonics_schoolhouse.png]]



* BarefootCartoonAnimals: Going against ''Sonic'' tradition, not a single one of the students is wearing shoes. Due to the first-person viewpoint, though, you largely can't tell this outside of two-player.

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* BarefootCartoonAnimals: BarefootCartoonAnimal: Going against ''Sonic'' tradition, not a single one of the students is wearing shoes. Due to the first-person viewpoint, though, you largely can't tell this outside of two-player.



->''Sorry you're leaving. You're gonna come back soon, right?''

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->''Sorry ->''"Sorry you're leaving. You're gonna come back soon, right?''right?"''
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25th Feb '15 11:04:37 AM ShadowHog
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''Hi there! I'm Sonic the Hedgehog! You're going to play in MY schoolhouse!''

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''Hi ->''Hi there! I'm Sonic the Hedgehog! You're going to play in MY schoolhouse!''



''Sorry you're leaving. You're gonna come back soon, right?''
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''Sorry ->''Sorry you're leaving. You're gonna come back soon, right?''
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right?''
11th Feb '14 1:58:18 PM HamburgerLova
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* AWinnerIsYou: If you get all ten answers correct, you are treated to a short cutscene that sets at night outside which consists of Sonic holding up two sparklers while the sound of children cheering, followed by Sonic declaring "You got all ten right! Great job!".

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* AWinnerIsYou: If you get all ten answers correct, you are treated to a short cutscene that sets at night outside which consists of Sonic holding up two sparklers while the sound of children cheering, cheering plays, followed by Sonic declaring "You got all ten right! Great job!".
10th Feb '14 7:24:04 PM HamburgerLova
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* AWinnerIsYou: If you get all ten answers correct, you are treated to a short cutscene that sets at night outside which consists of Sonic holding up two sparklers while the sound of children cheering, followed by Sonic declaring "You got all ten right! Great job!"

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* AWinnerIsYou: If you get all ten answers correct, you are treated to a short cutscene that sets at night outside which consists of Sonic holding up two sparklers while the sound of children cheering, followed by Sonic declaring "You got all ten right! Great job!"job!".
10th Feb '14 7:23:45 PM HamburgerLova
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* AWinnerIsYou: If you get all ten answers correct, you are treated to a short cutscene that sets at night outside which consists of Sonic holding up two sparklers while the sound of children cheering, followed by Sonic declaring "You got all ten right! Great job!"
10th Nov '12 3:45:49 PM NintendoNate25
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* InNameOnly: Has almost nothing to do with the Sonic series aside from Sonic himself appearing.
13th Oct '12 8:26:06 PM ShadowHog
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The player moves around in a first person perspective similar to ''VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D'', finding objects in the various rooms and matching them with the proper blackboards. Along the way, you can pick up Sonic icons to play one of two minigames (one has you collecting rings while the other is a memory matching game with statues) and school buses for field trips (you can watch educational videos about various animals).

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The player moves around in a first person perspective similar to ''VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D'', ''VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D'' (although there are varying angles of walls and textures on the ground/ceiling a la ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'', there is absolutely no variation in height in the levels), finding objects in the various rooms and matching them with the proper blackboards. Along the way, you can pick up Sonic icons to play one of two minigames (one has you collecting rings while the other is a memory matching game with statues) and school buses for field trips (you can watch educational videos about various animals).
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