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Sonic 3D Robo Blast 2 Fast Facts
- The first public version of Sonic 3D Robo Blast II was released sometime during October of 1999.
- The game was developed by an independent non-profit fan group called Sonic Team Junior.
- This game is the sequel to Sonic Robo Blast, which was a 2D platformer. It was originally made as a 2D game itself that is now called Sonic Robo Blast TGF, but that was scrapped in favor of the current 3D version.
- Sonic Robo Blast II is part of a fan-made series of open-source games that are based off of the popular and long-running Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. They have no connection to the official material.
- Besides Robo Blast, Sonic Team Junior also had a hand in Sonic Doom 1 and 2.
- Sonic Robo Blast II is currently available on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and Solaris systems.
- Although the game was first released in 1999, both Sonic Team Junior and other independent modders have continued to add new material to it over the years.
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