Let's poke this side of the forums and see if I can get you interested: This is a bootleg version of Sonic 1 that starts you off with 40 lives. The Sega logo is stripped, the "Sonic Team Presents" screen hidden (at the start) and the title screen unceremoniously cropped to hide the Sega logo there too. It's otherwise identical to the normal (revision 00) version of the game, including the ending credits, presumably because the bootleggers couldn't get that far. Because this version of the game is clearly not the real thing, it's treated as scum, but if you lived in the developing world and this was the version of Sonic you grew up with, it's an important piece of video game history, no less "pure" than playing the game on a 50Hz machine, or through Sonic Jam, or one of the many terrible emulators of the 2000s. It's not the Sonic, but it's your Sonic, and I think our wikis should care a little. Granted, I don't think they should care a lot, but we can do better than our current coverage, which is just to list it under its GoodGen identifier, "Sonic The Hedgehog (W) (REV00) [p5][!].bin". "Pirate 5", the... fifth pirate - the dumps were saved, but the context was lost, and now everything's a mystery again. It's almost as if GoodGen isn't actually all that good (and yes I did have to wade through four other "pirates" before I found the version I was looking for). Incidentally this version of the game isn't uncommon if you know where to look. There could be many similar "easy" versions of games that are hiding in plain sight.