Green Lantern

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1991-1995 Ocean Software

Platforms: Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, SEGA Mega Drive and Super Nintendo

As part of the launch and release of The Games That Weren’t book, we are gradually adding assets and content that didn’t make it to print as bonus content to share with you. The book contains a detailed 14-page full story about the game’s various developments, talking to many people involved in the different iterations undertaken. Check out our growing Bonus Content page for more materials added over time.

Below are a selection of character concept sketches, sprites and screenshots, most never seen until now, which have been kindly provided thanks to artists Mike Marshall, Ray Coffey, John Lomax and John Reitze to share with you.

Video footage

Previously unseen video footage of the 3rd iteration will be coming soon, via a collaboration with Liam Robertson (“Game History Secrets”) and Unseen64.

Please watch this space!

Concept sketches

SNES screenshots from 3rd and final iteration

Emulation screens from the brief final iteration by Bobby Earl. At this moment in time, we are not allowed to release the ROM.

SNES sprite assets

Click some of the screens to see the animations running converted from .ANN files.

Other assets and related images

Various SNES related magazine scans

During our book write-up research, we purchased issues of Edge, Super Gamer and Games World to try and carry out as hi-res scanning of some screenshots as we could to potentially print in the book (but never did in the end). Other scans were found via other online magazine archives such as and Abandonware Magazines.

08/08/20 – Additional scans added thanks to Daniel Nicaise, which show one of the other Mode 7 levels. Some scans give details about the second iteration itself.


2 Responses to Green Lantern

  1. The two pages preview are from GameFan magazines Vol. 3 issue 5 from May ’95. I sent long ago others scans from magazines showing others pics from the second iteration to Liam Robertson thanks to Wayback machine. I still have two of them and I could find the rest if you want. Tell me if you are interested.


    • Hi Dan, feel free to send anything over if you like and I can add them quickly to the gallery. Thanks for that, and thanks for the magazine confirmation – completely forgot to make a note at the time where I found them.

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