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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. Despite active press coverage and an appearance at Summer CES 1992, it was ultimately cancelled for unknown reasons, although artwork from the project was later reused for further Sega Technical Institute projects.


Sega Technical Institute's Tom Payne is known to have worked on this project as an artist, with some of B-Bomb's artwork being recycled from the scrapped Sonic 2 stage, Genocide City Zone. Later, assets from B-Bomb itself were recycled for use in the Sonic Spinball stage The Machine, with this artwork actually reaching store shelves.

Magazine articles

Main article: B-Bomb/Magazine articles.

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