Free Superman game ripped-off by supervillains and sold on Steam

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As soon as Unreal Engine 5 became more widely available, developers began using the tools for cool proof-of-concept videos. Easily one of the best was made in April this year by developer Tyson Butler-Boschma of Toybox Games, a demo that showcased Superman flying through the city from Epic’s The Matrix Awakens game.

This was a rework of an earlier demo that Butler-Boschma had thrown together and, this time, he decided to let people have some fun with it: the demo was released for free on…

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