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Sonic is the star of the Sega Genesis. He’s the protagonist of one of the most beloved video games of all time. He’s also probably the most famous character in history. In many respects, Sonic may be the single most iconic character of all time.

This is an exciting, challenging, and sometimes overwhelming endeavor. But it is also a fun, interesting, and educational experience. In fact, Sonic Adventure was the first game I learned how to play that gave me a clear idea of what I was going to do.

In this two-part tutorial, I will take you through building a level for Sonic Adventure, how to write sound effects, solve puzzles, and beat the game.

Part One | Sonic Adventure – Part Two

We start by making a simple background scene (think this: a black screen with a Sonic silhouette inside). The game should be running at 30fps, and the player character should be moving at the speed of the music.

We also want to create a sound effect at the same speed the player character is moving; if you’re really feeling adventurous and you have access to an N64, I would consider using this method; it’s faster anyway. Once this is in place, select the “Sound Effects” folder, and create a random sound file in your Audio folder.

This is an awesome idea: when the music is playing, play some random sounds.

Now we’ll have to create our level. Here, we’ll begin by giving the player character a basic health boost. We can do two things with this:

Set the position of the player character for the character being played. Set the velocity of the player character. Set a background music.

For this example, we’ll use a slow music effect.

Create sounds

Sound Effects is a new folder that appears when you right click on your game in the Assets Panel.

It looks like it has a new item, but it just contains another folder. We want to create our music for this effect, but we’re not done yet! We’ll add a new folder.

Next, double click the sound folder.

Select the “Create” button on the left. It will open up a dialog box where you can give a name