Sonic Eraser is a 1991 puzzle game released for the Sega Mega Drive in Japan exclusively as a downloadable title for the Sega Meganet service.
The game is a basic falling blocks puzzle game where you try to match up four identical shapes in a row to keep their screen clear. A two player head-to-head mode is also available, along with three other available modes of play.
- No Antagonist: Dr. Eggman takes a rare leave of absence for this game, so the only conflict comes from clearing your screen or competing with another player.
- No Plot? No Problem!: There isn't even an attempt at a story here—it's just a basic falling blocks puzzle game with Sonic appearing.
- Falling Blocks: The main puzzle pieces are a collection of colorful falling blocks, but there are other geometric shapes available as well.
- Oddball in the Series: A very early attempt at a Sonic-themed puzzle game, but as you can see above it is very drab-looking and simply has two Sonics shoehorned in and punching each other for no reason.
- Puzzle Game
- Storybook Opening: The game's title screen is depicted as being a storybook.