Sonic Shuffle dreamcast
Sonic Shuffle is a video game released on the Sega Dreamcast and was Sega's response to Nintendo's party-game, Mario Party. This game was developed by Hudson Soft, who also designed this competing series. However, the Sonic Team studio assisted them during the gestation of the project. The game was released on November 14, 2000 in North America, December 21 in Japan and March 9, 2001 in Europe.
The peculiarities of the prototype:
A debug menu is available. To activate it, you must hold down "Y" when starting the game.
It is very supplied and allows a lot of various manipulations.
You can download it below:
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