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Black Dawn (ブラックドーン) is a 1996 shooter originally developed by Black Ops Entertainment for the PlayStation and later ported by Point of View for the Sega Saturn, and published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment on both platforms. It is a 3D helicopter-based shooter running on the same engine as Black Ops' earlier game Agile Warrior F-111X where you're tasked with various objectives, like blowing up enemy targets or rescuing hostages.
It is slightly notable for the fact that a few of the songs from its soundtrack, composed by Tommy Tallarico, were later reused as the themes for the Great Megalith and Molten Mine stages on Sonic and the Black Knight, which Tallarico also worked on, with the Molten Mine version being an arrangement made specifically for Black Knight.