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    Genesis Videogame Programming

    Sooner or Later People Wonder: How do they work? Pinball, for instance, is easy to see how it works. You hit a flipper and you see the ball travel everywhere. But when you are playing Sonic 3, chances are you will not know how it came to be. If you want to learn just a little bit how things work, look on the Left side for specific places. I'll be working on a Game in this Article called "Sonic 4: The Death of Sonic." Remember, this is just a basic tour of the world of programming on the Genesis, but You can still understand how some games work.

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