The Sonic Adventure handheld/tabletop released as part of Tiger's "Arcade Games" series along with 4 other games, Q-Bert, NFL Blitz 2000, Ready 2 Rumble Boxing and Hydro Thunder, all of which were based on games that were released on the Sega Dreamcast.
Each had a tabletop arcade style design, optional screw-on joystick, 4 buttons "A", "B", "C", and "D", and unlike most Tiger games a pixel based LCD display similar to their previous 99x series of games but with a lower resolution.
As can be expected from a handheld version, many events from the Dreamcast version of the game are missing, such as the snowboard event in the Icecap stage, and many are 100% scripted such as touching spring pads.
The game also features several codes that can be entered on the name screen, these are usually given out after finishing the game or boss rush mode, but they're not hard to guess due to the fact they're extremely simple, and the name input only accepts 4 characters, the codes are,
- "supe" for invincibility
- "rings" for full rings
- "life" to start with extra lives
- "boss" for a boss rush mode
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|Sonic LCD Games|
|Tiger Electronics||McDonald's LCD games|
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
|2003||Sonic Speedway | Shadow Grinder | Knuckles Soccer | Sonic's Action Game | Tails' Skypatrol|
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)|