Bunnie Rabbot in Sonic the Hedgehog 2

By E-122-Psi

Bunnie Rabbot in Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a ROM hack for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the SEGA Mega Drive. It replaces Sonic with Bunnie Rabbot. The game was modified by E-122-Psi, with contributions from several hackers such as Iso Kilo, MainMemory, Qiuu and Snkenjoi.

Controls:

Bunnie is heavier than Sonic and takes a longer time to build speed, she also cannot roll. She can compensate with her cyborg abilities such as her extending fist and jet boots.

  • Punch: A button. Hold up or down to control the direction Bunnie punches.
  • Air Punch: A (in air). Hold up or down to control the direction Bunnie punches.
  • Jet Hover: Hold B or C while in air to jet upward for a short period of time.
  • Rev Dash: Hold down and press B or C to charge. Release down to thrust forward.

Cheats:

On the level select Sound Test, play tunes 03, 03, 03, 0B, 10, 10, 10 and 04 in order to play a hidden bonus.

Bugs:

Occasional cosmetic bugs, such as some sprites not displaying properly in 2 player mode.

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mr_rubbaduck @ 2020-10-28 00:35:15

Your entry was the first I played and I quite enjoyed it. Rarely do I ever play an entire hack during the contest week (unless it is a short demo), but I could not put this hack down. I enjoyed trying to find new routes I could take over the stages and I found Bunnie's unique move set added much more value to the game. Her moves make Wing Fortress and Death Egg Zone significantly easier, not to mention faster to complete.

mr_rubbaduck @ 2020-10-28 00:35:27

A word of caution: In Hill Top Zone Act 1 if you attempt to go over the stage it will get stuck and you will remain off screen. However if you keep flying and moving right, you will go slow but you will make it to the are over the sign post and the stage will end. Sometimes the screen my refuse to move right, if so go left slightly, and go back to jumping, flying, and pressing left.

Jdpense @ 2020-10-28 12:59:18

I don't have much to say, nice hack! It's nice to finally see Sonic Satam get some recognition!