Aliens invade planet Earth and only Superman can save us.


Evil alien Emperor Zaas sends his armies to conquer planet Earth, and only the Man of Steel can to stop them. Along five levels (and three parts per level) Superman will must fight and destroy against several alien soldiers and advanced starships to save the mankind. With his Superforce, Heat Vision and a new superpower called Sonic Blast, a powerful energy ball that Superman creates when he closes the fist, the last son of Krypton must to defeat Emperor Zaas before this one rules planet Earth. Written by Chockys

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December 1988 (USA)  »

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Not super, but still a curious find
28 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

There's something about the existence of a Superman arcade game that brings a smile to your face; at least it did to me when I stumbled on this today at a local video game store. I never even knew there existed such a game, and the surprise was indeed pleasant. It's got a nice presentation (marquee and side art) and hearing the John Williams theme put to coin-op use kicks up the nostalgic feelings.

Sadly, it's a fairly mediocre beat 'em up, featuring our hero using brute force. And that's about it. You scroll from left to right, punching and kicking bad guys. Punch, kick, repeat. Then you fly through the air at cruising speed, blasting heat ray vision. And it's a surprisingly weak Man of Steel; a couple of hits and he loses a life. Not at all what I was expecting when I saw the cabinet standing there.

Still, I don't regret the quarter spent on this. It's not very good, but like I said, there's something about the presentation. And it still can't touch the awfulness that is "Superman 64".


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