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Todd McFarlane's Spawn - The Video Game ROM

Todd McFarlane's Spawn - The Video Game rom

The Todd McFarlane’s Spawn – The Video Game ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

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Todd McFarlane’s Spawn: The Video Game is a video game based on the Spawn comic book character. It was released in the United States and Europe for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System console. Developed by Ukiyotei and published by Acclaim Entertainment and Sony Electronic Publishing in late 1995, it features Al Simmons, Spawn, trying to save the lives of thirteen children in a beat ’em up type of video game.

Additional Information

The protagonist of the game is Al Simmons, an undead being. Simmons used to work as a secret agent for the U.S. government but was betrayed and murdered by one of his own. Longing after his wife, a deal was made with the Lord of Darkness named Malebolgia to make Simmons return from the dead and thus become Malebolgia’s Spawn. In the deal, Simmons would get access to infinite powers. Unfortunately, the powers, though infinite in force, were limited in supply.

If Spawn’s powers are used to their full extent, his soul will belong to Malebolgia and he will do Malebolgia’s bidding for all time to come. Todd McFarlane’s Spawn: The Video Game is an action-style side-scrolling beat ’em up video game with some platforming elements. The player controls the main character, named Al Simmons, who can walk, run, duck and jump throughout the seventeen levels of the game.

In combat, Simmons can punch and kick in order to attack enemies. In addition to the melee attacks available, the main character has access to an arsenal of special powers that requires the input of a special button combination on the controller. Using a special power will drain his Necroplasm which is limited to a timer which starts at a value of 9:9:9:9 with different special powers using varying amounts of energy which decrement the timer.

Fully depleting this timer means that Spawn’s soul is lost to hell forever, and results in a Game Over. Several of Simmons’ special powers will fire projectiles, but the main character can also teleport as well as use a special power that completely refills his life force meter. Also, the main character’s health can be replenished by collecting a special item dropped by one of the end-of-level bosses when defeated. The game is over when the life meter is fully depleted, or the in-game timer runs out.

File Name

Todd McFarlane's Spawn - The Video Game

Cart Size

1.34MB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

Ukiyotei

Genre

Beat-'Em-Up

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

October 1995

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List of Game Genie Codes for Todd McFarlane's Spawn - The Video Game

  1. Start With 1/4 Energy
    FDB0-E4DB
  2. Start With 1/2 Energy
    4CB0-E4DB
  3. Start With 3/4 Energy
    73B0-E4DB
  4. Infinite Energy
    C208-87D1
  5. Get Hit And Become Invincible
    C203-84D1
  6. Don’t Flash After Getting Hit
    FDDB-5FB9
  7. Almost Invincible
    3C03-8F61
  8. Falling Doesn’t Use Any Life Points
    C2F4-7FD1
  9. Special Moves Don’t Use Any Life Points
    C27D-8701
  10. Some Bullets Do 2X Damage
    D6D7-8F20
  11. Some Bullets Do No Damage
    DDD7-8F20
  12. Some Bullets Kill You
    EED7-8F20
  13. Some Enemy Punches Electrocute You
    DB78-84B0
  14. Some Enemy Punches Do No Damage
    DD78-84B0
  15. Some Enemy Punches Kill You
    EE78-84B0
  16. Guys With Pipes Do 2X Damage
    DBB0-EFA3
    DBCF-8763
  17. Guys With Pipes Do No Damage
    DDB0-EFA3
    DDCF-8763
  18. Guys With Pipes Kill
    EEB0-EFA3
    EECF-8763
  19. Flaming Bottles Do 2X Damage
    DB4B-7DF1
    DB43-E4F9
  20. Flaming Bottles Do No Damage
    DD4B-7DF1
    DD43-E4F9
  21. Flaming Bottles Kill
    EE4B-7DF1
    EE43-E4F9