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Sonic Dash / Jump / Racing iOS Prototypes via Testflight leak

Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Rlan, Dec 20, 2023.

  1. Rlan

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    Basically, a giant archive of builds from Testflight (The development App from Apple which you use to test builds of games) has been released.

    https://twitter.com/teraleak

    Part of that has included early builds of Sonic Dash, like so:

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    https://twitter.com/Not_Prasar/status/1736726750984536472

    People are flyng through and testing each build to find out just what they actually are. Check the twitter account for the full list, and there's also a larger "search engine" people have been working on: https://syrupyy.dev/testflight
     
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  2. JaxTH

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    Jack shit.
    You know what to do guys: Download absolutely everything and then start digging through!

    I guess the old adage is true: Get proto stuff for one thing and another will appear.
     
  3. saxman

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    FYI, someone posted a picture of Sonic 3 assets...

    SmartSelect_20231220-023857_Brave.jpg
     
  4. jubbalub

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    False alarm. It was a fan remake.

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  5. shilz

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    That Dash prototype is insane. Even weirder it honestly doesn't look like movement has changed once since that point in development.

    Too bad the game itself has.
     
  6. ItsBrieDude

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    the whiplash of seeing someone from the toontown community i am vaguely familiar with in this thread

    dash proto though - very cool. I have a lot of nostalgia for the early Sonic Dash versions (wild, i know) and it's certainly neat to see an earlier take on a game closer to what I remember