Sonic the Hedgehog Chaos
Sonic Chaos, known as Sonic & Tails in Japan, is the third Sonic title to be released for the Master System and, shortly afterwards, the Game Gear. For many regions this would be the last traditional Sonic platforming game to be released on the Master System, the only exception being Sonic Blast which was later released in Brazil.
In 2009 the game was ported for the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console and the game was also included in the following compilations or as an unlockable bonus:
- Sonic Adventure DX for Nintendo Gamecube and PC.
- Sonic Mega Collection Plus for Nintendo Gamecube, Sony Playstation 2 and Microsoft Xbox.
Dr. Robotnik has stolen the red Chaos Emerald, causing the other 5 emeralds to go out of balance. This causes South Island to start sinking into the ocean, so Sonic and Tails set out to recover the emeralds and stop Dr. Robotnik.
The game follows the traditional Sonic gameplay playing as either Sonic or, for the first time on an 8-bit console, Tails. The player must traverse through the various zones and fight the bosses until the final confrontation with Dr. Robotnik. Sonic and Tails' games are essentially the same, the only exception being that Sonic must collect all 5 Chaos Emeralds to get the true ending. Tails does not have the ability to collect emeralds so his game is the easier of the two. This time, unlike previous 8-bit editions, the Emeralds are hidden in a Special Zone, accessed when Sonic collects 100 rings in any of the standard acts.
- Turquoise Hill Zone
- Gigalopolis Zone (Referred to as Gigapolis Zone in the Game Gear Version)
- Sleeping Egg Zone
- Mecha Green Hill Zone
- Aqua Planet Zone
- Electric Egg Zone
- Special Zone
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