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Sonic the Hedgehog is an LCD game created by Tiger Electronics. The background drawing features Marble Zone from its 16-bit counterpart.

The console features a directional pad on the left, and a button to perform a "Super Sonic Spin" on the right. It also contains four function buttons to turn off the system, toggle sound effects, pause the game, and a button that both turns on the system and starts the game. Unlike most Sonic games, jumping is triggered by pressing the Up directional arrow.

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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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