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Does anyone know how can I see all Zones like this?


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Hi guys, I need to know how can I see the Zones (specifically Sonic 1, 2 and 3) in "full view" as in this image. I know that with a lot of patience it is possible to make in Photoshop using the sprites, but is there another alternative? anyone know if there's a Genenis emulator that allows you to view the entire Zone like this way?

 

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There are sites such as Sonic Retro and Sonic Center that contain level maps for the acts/zones in the Genesis/CD Sonic games (as well as other 2D games, like the Master System/Game Gear games and the Advance entries). Some just show the level tiles, while others also include the backgrounds and/or game objects (such as the player's starting positions, rings, badniks, etc.). Zone 0 in particular also has the level maps of the Genesis games + CD, with guides detailed with various information.

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Just now, Milo said:

There are sites such as Sonic Retro and Sonic Center that contain level maps for the acts/zones in the Genesis/CD Sonic games (as well as other 2D games, like the Master System/Game Gear games and the Advance entries). Some just show the level tiles, while others also include the backgrounds and/or game objects (such as the player's starting positions, rings, badniks, etc.). Zone 0 in particular also has the level maps of the Genesis games + CD, with guides detailed with various information.

I know Zone 0 but the maps haven't background... And I need with background included. (I just saw to Sonic Retro and Sonic Center sites now and they also haven't)... Do you know another sites?
I just need Labyrinth Zone, Chemical Plant act 2 and Hydrocity act 1 because I'm making an art to print.

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I don't think you'll be able to find them very easily. The background images are typically much smaller than the level maps themselves, so it would take a conscious effort for someone to edit the background to fill all the empty discs. Even in the GHZ picture you posted you can see that a very lazy job was done filling in the blank space with colours of the sky and water.

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16 hours ago, Blue Blood said:

I don't think you'll be able to find them very easily. The background images are typically much smaller than the level maps themselves, so it would take a conscious effort for someone to edit the background to fill all the empty discs. Even in the GHZ picture you posted you can see that a very lazy job was done filling in the blank space with colours of the sky and water.

Totally makes sense... so I think I should download a map in PNG and put the background manually, right?

The only thing I couldn't make is the water color in Photoshop. Do you know how could I do this?

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