Sonic 1 utilizing the Sega CD in Mode 1, meaning it runs from a regular cartridge, but uses the Sega CD hardware. Note that this doesn't really work on any emulators except the latest version of Kega. On Kega, load the ROM first, make sure you have Sega CD BIOS files, then load the CD audio image of your choice and enjoy. You need to set the option called "CartBootEnabled" to 1 in Kega's ini file for it to work this way. Likewise, for doing this on the real hardware, simply burn the bin/cue file of your choice to a regular CD-R, shove the ROM on a flash cart and load the cart up.
Features of this hack include:
- It's Floppy Friendly™ allowing you to store more porn along with this. (Yep, just for you djohe!)
- Magical CD-DA audio.
- 100% Fat Free.
So yeah, there you have it. To make your own set of CD songs, follow this track layout:
Track 1 = Title Screen Track 2 = GHZ Track 3 = MZ Track 4 = SYZ Track 5 = LZ Track 6 = SLZ Track 7 = SBZ Track 8 = Boss Track 9 = FZ Track 10 = Act Clear Track 11 = Speed Up Track 12 = Invincibility Track 13 = Game Over Track 14 = Special Stage Track 15 = Ending Track 16 = Credits Track 17 = Drowning Track 18 = Continue
- Main Game ROM
- Example Audio Disc
- And if you're really in the mood to troll someone (*cough*#retro*cough), use this Audio Disc.
Edit: We've done a few little bug fixes here and there, re-download if you want. Doesn't really add anything.
Edit2: Iron Sonic and I fixed a crapton of bugs in our code, as well as finally allowing it to run on real hardware. Thanks to Flygon for being our beta tester on European HW! Just re-download the ROM.