|Green Lantern (Cancelled SNES Game)|
|Fan-art of the cover|
Green Lantern was a game for the SNES based on the DC Comics superhero of the same name. It was developed by the defunct company Ocean Software in 1994. It was a platformer/adventure game with sidescrolling and shooter elements and Mode 7 graphics. The game was reportedly completed before being cancelled due to DC Comics wanting changes to the game according to programmer Bobby Earl. Dean Evans who composed the game's soundtrack released some of the music of the cancelled game on YouTube. A few screenshots of the game exist.