Pulseman (パルスマン), originally known as Spark, is a platform game for the Sega Mega Drive. It was only released on cartridge for a Japanese audience, but was available to North American consumers via the Sega Channel. The game was not sold in Europe.
It was developed by Game Freak, the development team that would later go on to produce the Pokémon series of games for Nintendo. Many of Pulseman's staff, including director Ken Sugimori and composer Junichi Masuda worked on both games.
The player controls the eponymous Pulseman: a superhero who is able to manipulate and take on the form of electricity. He can use this power to defeat enemies and traverse levels, zapping between nodes. His unique parentage, half human and half "C-Life" (a digital AI lifeform), means he can travel in and out of cyberspace, which makes up some of the game's stages.
This Game is Free Region (PAL-EU, NTSC-USA, NTSC-JP). Supports Mega Drive/Genesis System in different countries and areas.