From Sega Retro

System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Sega of America
Planned release date(s): Early 1993, 1994-01[1]
Number of players: 1

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B-Bomb is an unreleased Sega Mega Drive game developed by Sega of America. It showed up at Summer CES 1992 but was cancelled for unknown reasons.

Tom Payne is known to have worked on this project as an artist, with some of his artwork being recycled from the scrapped Sonic the Hedgehog 2 level, "Genocide City Zone" (also known as "Cyber City Zone"). Assets were later recycled again and used in "The Machine" level of Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball.

Backup disks

A selection of floppy disks containing artwork from Tom Payne were released in 2019[2], including a disk of B-Bomb assets. These are 320x224 images originally drawn with a Digitizer.

"Asteroid enemy"

"Plutonia lower class"

"Plutonia upper class"

"Plutonian enemies"

"Tech world blocks"

Magazine articles

Main article: B-Bomb/Magazine articles.