Sonic 3D Blast™ Crack


Go to the Press Start screen and enter the code: B,A, Right, A, C, Up, Down, A (or baracuda). You should then be taken to the main screen. Press the Start Option ad the level select will appear.

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Sonic 3D Blast

Also known as: Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island (EU)
Developers: Traveller's Tales, Sonic Team
Publisher: Sega
Platform: Genesis
Released in US: November 30, 1996
Released in EU: November 5, 1996

This game has unused areas.
This game has hidden developer credits.
This game has unused music.
This game has debugging material.
This game has a hidden level select.

This game has a prototype article
This game has a bugs page
This game has a prerelease article

Sonic 3D Blast is an isometric Sonic game where you have to rescue Flickies (the concept is based on the classic Sega title Flicky), and is considered to be mediocre by many. Somewhat-improved versions were later released for the Saturn and Windows. And 21 years later, the founder of Traveller's Tales and lead programmer on this version of the game ended up making a patch to improve on many of the flaws present on the game, which many were thankful for.

  • 4Unused Areas (Early Acts/Zones)

Level Select

At the title screen, press B, A, Right, A, C, Up, Down, A (BARACUDA, seemingly a misspelling of 'barracuda'). You'll hear a twinkly sound and be taken to the main menu. Set your desired options, choose 'START', and you'll be presented with the Level Select.

(This is probably much better for the long-term health of your console and cart than the next method.)

Cleverly-Disguised Crash Handler

  1. This'll sound stupid, but is there any chance, any chance at all, that you could add Mode 1 Sega CD support to a future patch? Basically, this would allow those of us who own the Sonic 3D Blast PC version to enjoy the Director's Cut patch with the PC Soundtrack, which has several tunes that are LEAGUES better than the Genesis tracks (and several that are terrible, but that's beside the point).
  2. Alternative name: Sonic 3D Flickies' Island. Release date: Nov 30th, 1996. Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Mega Drive / Genesis (VGM) Sonic CD (SCD).
  3. Sonic 3D Blast Dr. Robotnik discovers the seven Chaos Emeralds in Flicky Island. He soon learns that the Flickies residing on the secluded island, are natives of a different dimension, and can travel between worlds using large rings. Your mission is to destroy the robots Badniks to free the birds and get Flickies Robotnik from the island.

A somewhat unique exception handler where, unlike (for example) the Sonic 1 crash-and-print-text-on-the-screen, the game congratulates you and loads up the Level Select. Obviously, this method of crashing is much more appealing to the player than a complete lockup, and may have prevented a number of angry tech support calls. This was done to pass quality assurance from Sega and to prevent the game from printing an exception handler, as any exceptions the game threw up would simply redirect the player to this screen.

There are numerous methods for activating this screen: loading a bad savestate from an emulator, using a bad Game Genie or Pro Action Replay code, pulling the cart out and putting it back in, having dirty contacts on the cart/console, hitting an obscure program bug, etc.

Jon Burton, the lead programmer of Sonic 3D Blast (and who has made a number of videos detailing Sonic 3D Blast and other Traveller's Tales games), has a video that explains why the level select is used as a crash handler more in-detail.

Truncated Music/Partially Unused Music

The invincibility theme only plays for about 18 seconds in-game, but there's a bit more to it that can only be heard in the sound test.

Unused Areas (Early Acts/Zones)

Green Grove Zone Act 1

After passing the first loop of Act 1, there is a large empty area blocked off by a wall. In the E3 prototype, this area is properly accessible; apparently, only the collision was removed. Lower down, there is another area that does not appear in the E3 prototype.

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Diamond Dust Zone Act 2

An alternate route exists blocked off towards the beginning of the act, just after the first spring.

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Spring Stadium Zone Act 2

There's a blank collision area set at a very low level near the coiled tube.

Sound Driver Credit

Hidden in the ROM at 0xD2E82:

The Sonic the Hedgehog series
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Sega's most celebrated character returns to breathe some life into the fading Genesis market. Cleverly designed levels and good 3D-rendered graphics make Sonic 3D Blast the best Genesis game in ages.

As everybody's favorite hedgehog, you jump, spin dash, and now blast your way through seven huge levels to rescue Flickies from their robotic prisons. Distributed throughout the mazelike levels, Flickies are the keys to completing each act. But beware of Dr. Robotnik and the many traps and obstacles you encounter.

Unfortunately, trying to find a way out of each level can be frustrating early on. Because you play with an angled-over- head view, timing jumps, spin dashes, and Blast Attacks to destroy enemies or to catch moving platforms requires practice. However, once you have the moves down, the game is easy to beat, which reduces its replay value.


Graphically superior to its predecessors, Sonic 3D Blast is a winner guaranteed to consume even the most experienced gamers...if only for a few days.

ProTip: Deposit Flickies in the Big Ring as soon as you find them.


The game graphics are 4 s excellent. The large sprites and clean, crisp movements never glitch, even during the most intense action.

Fun Factor

The game has only a 4 5 decent replay value, but it does have some great graphics and big levels to run around in. Sonic fans will love it.


The effects are recycled from previous games. But the musical selection is eclectic, ranging from techno-pop to contemporary jazz.


The controls are generally good once you learn to pinpoint your jumps. The new Blast Attack that enables Sonic to home in on enemies is awesome.


  • In Spring Gadget Zone, instead of using balloons to bypass deadly spikes, just continue jumping. Those spikes won't be able to nail you.
  • In any bonus round, stay on the ground as much as possible. If you jump, you might miss out on a bunch of rings.
  • Once you're finished with a bonus round, all rings regenerate throughout the rest of the level. Backtrack and load up on rings so you can easily pile up 1-ups, continues, and Chaos Emeralds.
  • Once Sonic gets the Gold Shield, don't pick up other shields. Only the Gold Shield gives Sonic the ability to do his new killer Blast Attack.
  • In any boss level, take the rings as you need them. If Dr. Robotnik hits you, the rings disperse and disappear fast
  • Look for cracks in walls and spin dash through them to get to secret areas with more rings, special items, and bonus rounds.
Overall rating: 8