A new game by Sunman was hacked, and is now available for play on the Lost Levels website. Unlike the lost Sunman, this iteration of the game was modified to remain true to its original roots. Thanks to hackers, Superman can now takes flight through levels with ease.
A total conversion of the Superman game. The Sunman title changed most of the minutia of the Superman franchise with an unreleased cartoon-styled playable character, darkened levels, and two different endings.
With the Sunman/Superman game, Kenji Eno worked on it as planner/director. For most people, he is an unknown name. however, to retro gamers like myself, he is a fan favorite. Eno had his hand in titles like the classic Sega Saturn Enemy Zero- which was also released on PC for an easier find and copy; Sonic Ralley 2 on Dreamcast (music) and D2 which came out on Dreamcast too.
While playing an unreleased game converted back to what it was intended to be, make sure to grab patches from ROMHacking.net and rummage through the Lost Levels to find the right ROM.
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