Popular Video Game Developer Triggers Sonic Fans By Resurfacing Old Demo Rejected By Nintendo

A popular Flash game developer, Nitrome has once again called on Nintendo to reconsider its decision. The creators of the game had pitched an idea for a possible hyper-laid back one-button Sonic The Hedgehog title that fans can play on their mobile. Unfortunately, the Japanese studio did not like the idea at all and rejected it.

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The studio applied the same idea to their popular game, Super jump, and shared an interesting demo with fans. The creators have released a one-minute demo of the Sonic title that was originally shown to Sega.

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Twitter reacts to Nitrome’s pitch for Nintendo to reconsider its decision

The studio wanted to mix the wall-racing functionality with the popular franchise. The end result would create a superb hyper-relaxed game that will keep audiences entertained for a long time. The community picked up the demo and asked the studio to invest in the idea. Nitrome made another humble request to the studio to help them build this idea.

Some die-hard Nintendo fans have found many aspects of the game appalling. This fan said that the franchise’s weird vision could have been one of the main reasons the developers rejected the idea.

This fan suggested that Sega made a crucial mistake, and that idea isn’t against the premise of the game.

This fan pointed out to the Japanese studio that the demo is of great quality and offers an incredible experience, which the creators failed to deliver with his own titles.

The community is full of creative people who can come up with cool ideas to make this idea even better.

Nitrome tried to bring this game to life with help from Sega, but failed miserably. Will this massive wave of fans change the look of the Japanese studio?

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One-button play takes a mind boggling idea and flawless executive, which Nitrome is well known for. Did Sega drop the ball by rejecting this idea?

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Fans promise to watch as many ads as possible to support a game like this, but unfortunately this idea is currently in the release pile.

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