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Greeny Phatom
Developer(s) Charles-Nickson Enterprises
Probe Entertainment
Publisher(s) "Balls"
Acclaim Entertainment
Distributor(s) "Balls"

Fox Kids Interactive

Director(s) Robert Stainton

Michael Wildshill

Designer(s) Robert Stainton

James Clayton

Producer(s) John Harris
Lead programmers Abdul Stainton

Martin Stevens
Nick Even
Michael Herding
Keith Stevens
Charles O'Neil

Artist(s) Robert Stainton

Meijer van Wouters

Writer(s) Duncan Reid
Composer(s) David Lowe
Picture format 18-bit
Platform(s) Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Sega Genesis
Windows 95
Playdia
Sega Saturn
PlayStation
3DO
CD-i
Laserdisc arcade game
Greeny Arcade
Game Boy
Game Boy Color

Released March 15, 1996
Genre(s) Action-Adventure
Mode(s) Multi-player
Ratings Kids to Adults (K-A)
System requirements Sound Chip

Greeny Phatom is a 1996 side-scrolling action video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and various other systems based on the TV series of the same name. It was developed by Charles-Nickson Enterprises and Probe Entertainment and published and released by "Balls" and Acclaim Entertainment.

The porting and reprogramming for other systems was done by It's BIG, an incubation group division of "Balls" while the Game Boy Color version's porting and reprogramming was done by Kemco, who made the Crazy Castle games.

The game was programmed by people who also worked on the other games "Balls" made. The voices were recorded by the same voice actors as in the show.

The CD-I, Laserdisc arcade, and Greeny Arcade releases had various songs from worldwide bands and artists, some stock music, and some tunes from James Clayton's a-Capella group James' Singers.

Many of the releases also had an emulation of Invade-a-Load as a loading minigame.

The Sega Genesis and Game Boy releases used the types of cartridges by Electronic Arts and Wisdom Tree for their games on those systems. "Balls" licensed the cartridge types on the cheap, $500 for the EA cart type, and $100 for the Wisdom Tree cart type. Though versions using the normal cart types were produced, but sold only as fully-finished demos given out at special events booked to sell cartridges via a kiosk.

Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari Jaguar, Tiger LCD handheld, and Tandy VIS versions were planned, but all cancelled, and many prototypes of said versions have been sold on eBay to this day.

Versions of Greeny Phatom: The Video GameEdit

  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Balls/Acclaim
  • Sega Genesis - Balls/Acclaim
  • Windows 95 - Balls/Acclaim
  • Playdia - Balls/Bandai
  • Sega Saturn - Balls/Acclaim

Who bought the game?Edit

  • Erika Clayton - Beta tester for the CD-i version..
  • Will M - Found one of the NES prototypes in a landfill.


Gameplay Edit

The player controls Little Guy as he has adventures around 123 Greeny Phatom with cutscenes and fights.


Ending Edit

The game ends with the gang beating up Gree Guy. After that, it fades out and cuts to a screen saying "CONGRATULATION YOU BEAT THE GAME YOU WIN" (or "CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEATEN THIS GAME! NOW GO AND REST, FRIENDS!" on other systems than the SNES) with celebratory music playing (or Mike Shepstone's Sunblitz on the CD-I, Laserdisc arcade, and Greeny Arcade releases).

Greeny Phatom Re-Mastered Collection Edit

In May 2015, Night Dive Studios, Stainton Enterprises and OK Labs announced a re-mastered game collection, that is available in Steam, Gog.com Galaxy, Xbox One, PS4, Wii U and Xbox 360.