Sonic Maker: When players are free to create a play screen for Sonic hedgehog

Sonic Mania’s success shows that this super-fast hedgehog still has a large fan base, and it seems that fans are prepared to make their own adventure for Sonic.

Launched a few months ago, Sonic Mania has become the most highly regarded version of the Sonic the Hedgehog series in more than a decade, showing that the super-green hedgehog still has a place in the heart of gamers. Now, in order to prove that people are always attracted to the “fastest living creature”, a fan-made product is being made that will allow players to build their own style-playing screens. I was inspired by the gameplay in the traditional Sonic the Hedgehog game, and the project team has just released a test video.

As the test video for the Sonic the Hedgehog fan project called Sonic Maker, the engine behind this technology shows the potential that players can use to edit simple bricks, representing For areas in a regular Sonic stage, the structure of the screens like Green Hill Zone will then be overlaid. In addition this project also allows gamers to add items such as springs through the game screen created at their disposal.

nce fans complete the rough outline of the stage they want to play in Sonic Maker, they can test it, whether it’s completed or not, by using the “Debug Collision View” feature to See if Sonic can actually move the game completely without this problem. Based on the video, it is possible to see that the physical mechanism in Sonic Maker has “basic” accuracy adapted from the old Sonic the Hedgehog games on the Sega Genesis system.

Overall, while Sonic Maker is sure to make a fun adventure, it gives fans the features they always wanted in a Sonic the Hedgehog game – the ability to create their own levels. – people just hope this project can really be completed. Basically, the team responsible for Sonic Maker is currently using Sega’s image copyright without permission, so it is entirely possible that it will be closed by its representative lawyer. The Sonic Maker project is still in progress.