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Sunday Funday is a Christian based video game by Wisdom Tree released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was the last video game to be released for the US NES by any company. Sunday Funday was not officially licensed by Nintendo due to the religious overtones.
The player controls a skateboarder who is late for Sunday School. He must defeat the obstacles that lie in his path to make his way to Sunday School.
Sunday Funday comes with two other games: an arcade style game called Fish Fall, and a NES karaoke version of the song "The Ride" by a Christian pop band 4Him.
Comparison To Menace Beach
Sunday Funday is nearly identical to game called Menace Beach. Menace Beach was also released by Color Dreams, but when Color Dreams decided to make Christian games instead of action games, they began releasing their older games with a few graphically changes. In the case of Sunday Funday they also made changes to the story.
|Object||Menace Beach||Sunday Funday|
|Protagonist||Boy riding a skateboard ||Boy riding a skateboard while carrying a Bible |
|Overworld Enemy 1||Ninja ||Person in a white shirt |
|Overworld Enemy 2 ||Sumo wrestler ||Overweight woman |
|Overworld Enemy 3 ||Clown on a balloon throwing water balloons ||Clown on a balloon throwing water balloons |
|Overworld Enemy 4 ||Mole in a manhole throwing bananas ||Mole in a manhole throwing bananas |
|Overworld Weapon ||Bottle ||Newspaper |
|Underworld Enemy 1 ||Elvis impersonator ||Plumber |
|Underworld Enemy 2 ||Sumo wrestler ||Overweight man in a suit and bright green pants |
|Underworld Enemy 3 ||Bat ||Butterfly |
|Bay Enemy 1 ||Surfer man ||Surfer man |
|Bay Enemy 2 ||Sumo wrestler ||Overweight man with a moustache wearing a tank top |
|Bay Enemy 3 ||Person in a manhole throwing kisses ||Elder woman in a manhole throwing kisses |
|Bay Enemy 4 ||Seagull ||Seagull |
|Bay Weapon ||Bottle ||Newspaper |
|Cave Enemy 1 || ||Bear |
|Enemy Killed ||The number "100" ||Dove |
|In between levels ||Bunny, the protagonist's girlfriend, with her clothes gradually rotting away. ||The protagonist imagines what his Sunday school teacher would say. |