Everyone knows how popular the Sonic the Hedgehog series was back in the 90’s during 16-bit era of gaming. The Sonic the Hedgehog series was a major attraction for the Sega Genesis between ’91-’94 when Sega released a trilogy of Sonic platform titles. While Sonic the Hedgehog I-III are considered to be platform classics there were titles like Sonic Spinball which also appeared on the Sega Genesis and was overlooked. Sonic Spinball was basically a pinball genre game which was sometime people did not see too often on home consoles during the 90’s. Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball was most likely overshadowed following its release mainly because it came out the same year as the critically acclaimed Sonic CD title back in 1993. While Sonic CD was a near perfect platform game for Sega CD the Sonic Spinball game was criticized for being notoriously difficult and having abysmal controls. While various gaming publications praised Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball following its initial release many people have often complained about the game being almost impossible to defeat despite only having four levels. The level design in each level looked awkward and players were expected to master precision when navigating through each level with limited lives. Also, Sonic Spinball was quite possibly everyone’s least favorite Sonic game was it related to the 90’s decade. While it might not be the worst Sonic title of all-time Sonic Spinball is not among the best either and was way more challenging than it had any business being.