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Sonic 3D Robo Blast 2 Fast Facts

  1. The first public version of Sonic 3D Robo Blast II was released sometime during October of 1999.
  2. The game was developed by an independent non-profit fan group called Sonic Team Junior.
  3. 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 It was originally made as a 2D game itself that is now called Sonic Robo Blast TGF, but that was scrapped in favor of the current 3D version.
  4. 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.
  5. Besides Robo Blast, Sonic Team Junior also had a hand in Sonic Doom 1 and 2.
  6. Sonic Robo Blast II is currently available on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and Solaris systems.
  7. 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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