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Sonic 3D Blast 5 (not to be confused with the Somari hack of the same name) is a bootleg Game Boy game created by a Chinese company called Yong Yong/Makon Soft. It was made some time before 1996-1998. The gameplay is meant to be similar to the Sonic games on the Game Gear, such as the 8-bit Sonic 1 and 2. This game is infamous for its various flaws, such as wonky physics, ear bleeding music, and level design. This game has many hacks, such as Sonic Adventure 7 and 8, Super Mario Special 3, Jade, Diamond, and Mewtwo Strikes Back (not to be confused with the Telefang hack of the same names), and Rockman 8 and Rockman X4.

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Tropes about Sonic Adventure 7

  • I Have Many Names: The game is known as both Sonic Adventure 7 and Sonic Adventure 8.
  • Updated Re-release: Arguably. It fully colorizes the game, re-orders the levels, and changes the music. Adventure 8 re-orders them further.

Tropes about Super Mario Special 3

  • Obvious Beta: Moreso than Sonic 3D Blast 5, due to the fact that stage 4 is Unwinnable by Mistake due to a leaf spawning instead of a mushroom at the end.
  • Unwinnable by Mistake: Stage 4 is this due to a leaf spawning instead of a mushroom, which is needed to win the level.

Tropes about Pokemon Jade, Diamond, and Mewtwo Strikes Back

  • Dolled-Up Installment: Sonic and Mario-stlyed gameplay but with Pokémon characters slapped onto the original bootlegs.
  • Updated Re-release: Pokemon Jade is of Sonic Adventure 7, and Pokemon Diamond is one of Super Mario Special 3.
  • Unwinnable by Mistake: Pokemon Jade crashes after the first stage due to a programming bug.

Tropes about Rockman 8 and X4

Alternative Title(s): Sonic Adventure 7, Super Mario Special 3

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