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Sonic Eraser Genesis The game starts with the logo flying in from the left.


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Sonic Eraser is a puzzle game very similar to Columns that features Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog. Pieces in different arrangements drop into a well; if two or more matching pieces touch, they disappear and the above pieces fall to take their place. There are four different single-player game modes:
  • Round: Each stage starts with pieces in the well already. There are several spinning green pieces, which must all be destroyed to finish the stage.

  • Normal: A standard endless mode in which the game speed continually rises as matches are made.

  • Doubt: No white-colored blocks will appear in the drop formations, but often a random block in the formation will change to a white block after it is placed.

  • Block: Similar to Normal mode, but blocks will not fall out of formation until a match is made, allowing for impressive clear combos.
These modes can be played either single player or two-player simultaneous on separate fields. There is also a versus mode for one or two players, in which creating a combo of three or more clears will attack the opposing player, which causes them to lose control of their pieces for a short time.


Sonic Eraser Genesis The puzzle is very easy, and not very creative
Sonic Eraser Genesis When the player wins, the game will fly to the upper right corner of the screen.
Sonic Eraser Genesis Then Sonic will run off the right side of the screen with his invincibility stars.
Sonic Eraser Genesis Following that it merges with a book.

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VicioJuegos.com / uVeJuegos.com Sep 30, 2008 75 out of 100 75


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j.raido 【雷堂嬢太朗】 (60587) added Sonic Eraser (Genesis) on Jan 16, 2010
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