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Sunky The Game: Part 1 (Windows)

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Title Screen

Sunky The Game: Part 1

Developer: Looney Dude
Publisher: Looney Dude
Platform: Windows
Released in US: July 8, 2015


AnimationsIcon.png This game has unused animations.
ObjectIcon.png This game has unused objects.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.


Sunky The Game is about a hedgehog who does things.

Unused Animations

STGp1 SunkyFallAgeen.gif
An animation of Sunky spinning while falling. This, as well as the majority of other unused assets found, aren't used until Sunky The Game: Part 2, where Sunky falls through the transport tube in Factory Act 1.

STGp1 SunkyRotate.gif
Sunky going up the conveyer belt near the Goal Post in Factory Act 1.

STGp1 SunkySquash.gif
Sunky getting up from being squashed, used in the intro for Factory Act 2.

STGp1 SunkyFan.gif
Sunky hovering, meant for using the fan in Factory Act 1.

Unused Objects

STGp1 Pipe.png STGp1 PipePrepare strip27.gif

This pipe is unused here, but is used as the first hazard in Part 2.

Unused Graphics

STGp1 Fire.png STGp1 Fire 3.png
This is the fire that the unused pipe spits out. If you're wondering why there isn't an animation for it being active...

STGp1 Fire 2.png


The graphics for said animation were replaced by a large 640x480 pixel graphic with nothing but white.

STGp1 Level Pacguy's Favorite.png STGp1 LPF Act 2.png

STGp1 LPF City.png STGp1 LPF City 3.png

STGp1 LPF Sky.png STGp1 Stars.png
Graphics for both acts of Factory are in the Backgrounds folder, but they're not mapped to anything. This is most likely due to its Room file being removed.

Unused Sounds

Sounds meant for Factory Act 2's intro in Part 2.

Unused Music

Factory Act 2's music still remains in the game as a leftover.