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SegaSonic the Hedgehog is a 1992 LCD game which was used as a promotional item in Japan. They were found in UFO catchers. Three versions were created which only vary by the color and by what is drawn on the case. There was also a handy keychain attached to the case.

From the game screen it looks like the player needed to avoid projectiles, which seems similar in concept to Sonic Speedway. The two buttons probably controlled left and right movement. It's not known if the entire game had the player avoiding missiles, but the graphics look to be the drawn the same way as most of Tiger's games, so it's likely that the game only featured missile dodging.

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Sonic LCD Games
Tiger Electronics   McDonald's LCD games

Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Sonic the Hedgehog LCD Wrist Game (1991)
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1993)
Sonic Spinball (1994)
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (1994)
Sonic 3D Blast (1997)
Sonic (1998)
Sonic R (1998)
Sonic Underground (2000)
Sonic Adventure (2000)

  2003 Sonic Speedway | Shadow Grinder | Knuckles Soccer | Sonic's Action Game | Tails' Skypatrol
2004

Knuckles Treasure Hunt | Sonic the Hedgehog Extreme Boarding / Sonic Skateboard | Amy & Rouge Volleyball / Amy & Rouge Tennis | Big's Fishing | Shadow Hockey / Shadow Basketball | Tails Soccer | Cream Flower Catch | Knuckles Baseball

2005 Tails Sky Adventure‎
Other Manufacturers: SegaSonic the Hedgehog (1992) | Amazing Sonic (1994) | Sonic Blast (1994)

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