A fan effort to remake the 8-bit 1993 game Sonic Chaos is progressing steadily and the team have today released a new announcement trailer and playable demo.
The demo contains the first 2 acts of the game - Turquoise Hill and features both Sonic & Tails as playable characters. The game is currently only available on Windows platforms. The gameplay and design is inspired by Sonic Mania and is built from the ground-up on a proprietary engine known as the Crimson Engine.
Check out the announcement trailer below and follow the link for the projects homepage and demo download.
Sonic Chaos is a fan game and re-imagining of the 1993 Sega Game Gear and Master System platform game of the same name. Based on the current style of 2D classic Sonic games inspired by Sonic Mania, Sonic Chaos updates the 8 bit visuals of the original and adapts a play style more closely resembling the classic 16-bit games. The game has been in development for almost an entire year, of which the last 3 months was spent building a brand new engine from scratch. Sonic Chaos uses this new engine, Crimson Engine, and with it we've strived for classic Sonic gameplay accuracy.
Sonic Chaos Announcement Trailer (YouTube)