List of unreleased Mega Drive games

From Sega Retro

Title Publisher Developer Planned release date State before cancellation ROMs dumped?
Air Drums Sega 1993
Akira THQ Black Pearl Software Spring 1994[1], 1995-02[2] Mega Drive prototype discovered and released
Alfred Chicken Mindscape Twilight
Altein Treco 1992
Amegedon Softmax[3] 1994[3]
Andromeda Mission Color Dreams 1991
Appare! Jitsugyouou!? Sega Sega 1990-06[4], 1990-07-21[5]
Aspect Warriors Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1994-02, 1994-03[6]
Astropede Sega Technical Institute 1994
B-Bomb Sega Sega of America Early 1993, 1994-01[7]
Baby Boom Sega Foley Hi-Tech[8], Sega Girls Task Force 1994-12[9], 1995 Found, dumped
Baby's Day Out Hi-Tech Expressions Designer Software Found, dumped
Barbie Vacation Adventure Hi-Tech Entertainment Software Creations 1994-11[11] Prototype dumped.
Battle Mission Renovation Products (US) Sega
Battle Smash Kaneko Kaneko
Battling Worlds 1990
Bean Ball Benny Nuvision Entertainment Microsmiths Found, undumped
Beastball Spectrum HoloByte Millennium Interactive, Teque London 1993-12[12], 1994-02[13], 1994-03[14] Prototype dumped
Beat Force Sammy Sammy
Beethoven's 2nd: The Quest for Pups Hi-Tech Expressions Designer Software 1993, Autumn 1994[15] Prototype dumped
Benefactor Psygnosis Digital Illusions 1994-07[16], 1994-12[17]
Beyond Zero Tolerance Technopop Mega Drive ROM released
Biker Mice from Mars Konami 1994-11[9]
Bill's Tomato Game Psygnosis Tempest Software, Krisalis Software Summer 1994[18][15], 1994-10[19], 1994-11[20] Late Prototype dumped
Black Crypt Electronic Arts Raven Software 1992-05[21], 1992-06[22], 1992-07[23]
Blood Money DMA Design
Boo! MicroProse The Conversion Company 1994-10[19]
Bounty Hunter Sega 1993-12[24]
Breach American Sammy Treco Summer 1992[22], 1992-08[25], 1992-09[26], 1993-02[27], 1993-06[28] Found, dumped
BreakThru! Spectrum HoloByte Realtime Associates Late Game Gear prototype dumped
Brett Hull Hockey Accolade Radical Entertainment 1993-12[14], 1994-04[29]
Cadaver Image Works The Bitmap Brothers 1991[30]
Captain Dynamo Codemasters Codemasters 1994-06[31][32], 1994-10[33]
Carl's Crazy Carnival Origin Systems 1994-09 Early
The Chaos Engine 2 Renegade Software The Bitmap Brothers Early prototype released
Chessmaster 2100 Mindscape
Chinmoku no Kantai Sega
Citadel Origin Systems 1994-09 Early
City Heroes Samsung Samsung 1993, 1994 Late
Claymates Interplay 1994
Colorado Color Dreams Silmarils 1991
Combat Aces
Congo: The Game Viacom New Media Visual Concepts Prototype dumped
Converse Hardcore Hoops Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1995-12[34], 1996
Cutiepoo DMA Design
Cybernauts: The Next Breed Accolade Accolade 1994-09[35], 1994-10[36]
Dan Marino's Touch Down Football Virgin Interactive Entertainment Park Place Productions
Dando Treco Aicom 1990-12[37], 1991
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Tradewest The Leland Corporation, Software Creations 1993-02[27], 1993-06[28] Late Reproduction dumped
Davis Cup II Tengen? Virgin? Loriciel Two prototypes dumped
Death & Destruction Origin Systems 1994-10 Early
Deep Scanner Sammy Sammy
Demon Dinosaurs Codemasters Codemasters 1994-10, Early 1995
Devil Buster SIMS 1993-07
Die Hard Trilogy
Dominus Asciiware Visual Concepts 1994-Q1[38] Prototype dumped
Dr. Franken
Sega Mega Drive
Codemasters
Sega Game Gear
Elite Systems
Motivetime
Sega Game Gear
Rage Software
1993-12[14] Game Gear demo dumped
Dragon's Lair: The Adventure Continues Bluth Group, Motivetime, Elite Systems, Eden Entertainment Software, Taito 1994[39] Prototype dumped
Dream Island Sega 1990-02[40], 1990-03[41]
Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep
Dynamite Dux
DynoBlaze Virgin Interactive Entertainment Bonsai Entertainment 1995-01[42], Christmas 1995[43] Early prototype dumped
Earl Weaver Baseball Electronic Arts Mirage Graphics 1991, 1992
Elite Sony Electronic Publishing Hybrid Technology 1994-11[44][45][9][17] Tech demo released
The Excellent Dizzy Collection Codemasters Interactive Studios 1994-01
EXP Open Production[46] 1995[46], 1996[46]
F-1 Constructors Sega 1991-03[47], 1991-05[48]
Face Plant Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1994-03[49] Early
Falcon Spectrum HoloByte 1990
Fido Dido Kaneko USA Teeny Weeny Games, Krisalis Software 1993-11[50], 1994-02[1], 1994-04[51] Late Prototype dumped
Fire & Ice Virgin Games Graftgold Creative Software 1994-01[52]
Firearm Malibu Interactive 1994, 1995
Fireteam Rogue Accolade Accolade 1994-09[54], 1994-10[11], 1994-11[55][56], 1995-02, 1995-03[57]
Flash Point Sega Sega Late Extracted from Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.28: Tetris Collection
The Flintstones
Frog Dude Twilight Prototype ROM released
Gensou Senki Kokou no Ryuu: Crying Dragon Treco[58] Mega Drive prototype discovered and released
Globdule Psygnosis Ex Animo Autumn 1994[18][15]
The Godfather III U.S. Gold Delphine Software International 1992
Guardian Angels Safety Patrol Nuvision Entertainment
Halloween Capsule Softmax[59] 1994[59]
Hard Yardage Activision 1990-06
Hardcore Psygnosis Digital Illusions 1994-07[32], 1994-11[60], 1995-01[19] Late
Harlem Globetrotters GameTek 1993[61]
The Head Viacom New Media[62] Alexandria[62][63] 1995-02[62] Some source code found, dumped
Hellraiser Color Dreams 1991
Highway Encounter
Home Improvement Absolute Entertainment
Hooves of Thunder RazorSoft 1992-10[22]
Hudson Soft's Soccer Hudson Soft 1995
Humans 2 GameTek 1994-11[65]
Hydlide Special
IF HiCom[46] 1994[46]
Impossible Mission 2025: The Special Edition MicroProse MicroProse 1993-11[66], 1994-04[67], 1994-05[68]
Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures U.S. Gold Factor 5, LucasArts 1995-06[69][70], 1995-08[71], 1995-10[72][73], 1995-11[74],, 1996-11[75] Late Found, undumped
Interplanetary Lizards of the Texas Plains Tengen Alexandria Spring 1994[18][1], Autumn 1994 Found, undumped
Iron Hammer NovaLogic Found, Undumped
It Came from the Desert Electronic Arts Cinemaware 1992 Late Prototype ROM released
It's Bobby's World Hi-Tech Entertainment Riedel Software Productions[76] 1994
The Itchy & Scratchy Game Arena Entertainment, Acclaim Entertainment Bits Corporation 1994-06[77], 1994-07[78][31], 1994-08[79][80], 1994-09[81], 1994-10[82][56], 1995-04[83] Prototype dumped
Jack Nicklaus Golf '95 Accolade Accolade 1995
Jelly Boy Ocean Software Probe Software 1994-11[84], 1995-04[85] Late Prototype dumped
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Wrestling Superstars DreamWorks Human 1991-07[86], 1992-05[22]
Jester Sega Sega Technical Institute 1994-04[87]
Jim Lee's Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams Playmates Interactive Entertainment Beam Software 1995
Jim Power: The Arcade Game Loriciel Loriciel 1993-11[88], 1994-02[1], 1994-04[51], Spring 1994[18] Prototype improperly dumped
Kabuki Kaneko Taito 1992
Kartoon Kombat Technos 1994-10[11]
Keeper of the Gates RazorSoft 1992-10[89], 1992-11[90], 1993-03[27]
Knights of the Sky MicroProse MicroProse 1994-12[91] Late
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Sunsoft Park Place Productions
Kye's Quest Sega Sega? 1991, 1992
Land Buster Seismic 1990, 1991
Last Survivor
Litil Divil Gremlin Interactive Gremlin Interactive 1994-11
Lobo Ocean Software 1996-05[92], 1996-10[93] Prototype dumped
The Lord of the Rings Electronic Arts 1992[94]
Lufia & The Fortress of Doom Taito Neverland Spring 1995 Tech demo dumped
Macress Seismic 1990, 1991
Madness: House of Fun Gremlin Graphics 1993[95], 1994-06[96][77]
The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse Capcom Capcom 1994-04[97]
Mall Rats The Software Toolworks
Manchester United Championship Soccer Ocean Software Krisalis Software 1995-04[98]
Mario Lemieux II Hockey Sega Autumn 1994[99][100]
The Mask THQ Q4 1995[101]
Matrix Prime Accolade 1994
Matrix Runner ZCT Systems Group Unreleased
Maverick SFG Sage's Creation 1992-07[90]
Mega Bomberman: Special 8 Player Demo Factor 5 1994 Prototype dumped
Metal Lancer Sega
Michael Jordan: Chaos in the Windy City Electronic Arts Foley Hi-Tech 1994-10[102], 1994-11[103][82][104]
Mickey Mania 2 Traveller's Tales
Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra FCI New World Computing 1992-05[21], 1993-02[27], 1994-11[103] Prototype dumped
Miina in Wonderland Micronet 1994 Late
Mission: Impossible Ocean Software 1996
Monster Hunter Sega Sega 1993-12, 1994-01[105]
Monster Truck Wars
Moon Dancer: Youseiou no Kikan Sega Beep![106], Sega CS[106] 1989-12[107], 1990-02[40], 1990-03[106], 1990-06[41], 1990-07[4]
Motor Mania Millennium Interactive 1994
Mr. Magoo Millennium Interactive 1994
Mr. Nutz: Hoppin' Mad Ocean Software Neon Software 1995-04[108], 1995-05[109], 1995-06[110] Source code leaked, later compiled by fans
Mr. Tuff Sales Curve Interactive 1994-09[19], 1995-01[17]
MTV Sports: Extreme Viacom New Media
Mutant League Basketball Electronic Arts Mutant Productions
Mutant Speed Demons New Wave Graphics 1993
The New Breed Accolade Accolade 1994-09[111], 1994-10[112][9][113], 1994-11[56]
Ninja Gaiden Sega Opus[114] 1992-03[115], 1992-10-30[116], 1992-11-20[117], 1992-12-24[118] Prototype dumped (badly)
The Ninja Warriors
Nitro Wrecks Scavenger 1995-02
Nolan Ryan Express Mentrix Software 1993-02[27]
Nuclear Rush FutureScape Productions Source code compiled
Omega Fighter UPL 1989, 1990
Operation: Aliens THQ 1993, 1994
Oscar Flair Software 1994?
Out of the Vortex Cryo Interactive Entertainment[119] Prototype dumped
Outlaw Racing Artech Digital Entertainments Unreleased
Pac-In-Time Namco Kalisto Entertainment 1995-10[34] Game Gear prototype dumped
Payne Stewart Pro Golf Time Warner Interactive Time Warner Interactive[120], NuFX[120] 1994-11[82], 1994-12[121], 1995-04[122], Spring 1995[123], 1996-01[124] Prototype dumped
Peaky Blinder Storm 1994
Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors Absolute Entertainment Imagineering Late Prototype dumped
Phildias: Kaze no Chinkonka UNIPACC
Pinky Tengen Data Design Systems 1994-08[126], 1994-09[45][127], 1994-11[9]
Pit-Fighter II Tengen Polygames 1993-10[128]
Popeye the Sailor Man Technos Spring 1994[15], 1994-08[129]
Power Ball AD2001 Samsung HiCom[130] ,1994[130], 1995[130] Late[130]
Power Drift Sega 1991
Power Piggs of the Dark Age Titus 1996-09[132]
Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow and the Flame Psygnosis, Titus Brøderbund Software
Sega Mega Drive
Microïds
1996-08[133], 1996-09[134], 1996-11[135] Late Prototype dumped
Princess Fighter Samsung Samsung 1993, 1994
Putty Squad Ocean Software System 3
Sega Mega Drive
Dynamic Interactive Computer Entertainment
1995-04[136], 1995-05[137], 1995-06[138] Late Mega Drive prototype dumped
R.B.I. Baseball '95 Time Warner Interactive Prototype dumped
Ragnarok Imagitec Design Autumn 1992[139]
Railroad Tycoon MicroProse MicroProse 1993
Ratchet and Bolt Sega Sega 1994-12[9]
Red Belt Activision
ResQ Psygnosis Tempest Software, Krisalis Spring 1994[15], Autumn 1994[141], 1994-10[9], 1994-11[20] Late Prototype dumped
Road Busters Nihon Telenet Nihon Telenet 1990-11
Road Riot 4WD Tengen[142] Tengen[142] Autumn 1992[90], 1992-12[143], 1993-04[144], 1993-05[145], 1993-07[146], Autumn 1993[147] Prototype dumped
Road to the Cup Hockey '94 Electro Brain Park Place Productions
RPG Densetsu Hepoi Sega 199x
Savage Heroes Electronic Arts Foley Hi-Tech
Scrabble Supervision 1994, 1995 Prototype dumped
Secret Weapon X Foley Hi-Tech
Sennou Game Teki Paki Toaplan Late
Sensible Golf Virgin Games Sensible Software 1994-11[77]
Shadow of the Beast III Psygnosis Reflections Interactive, Krisalis Software 1993, 1994-02[1], 1994-04[51]
The Shadow of Yserbius AT&T 1994
The Shadow Ocean Software 1994-11[103], 1995
Ship Technopop Source code found and compiled, cartridge found and dumped
Skull & Crossbones Tengen Tengen
Slam: Shaq vs. the Legends Electronic Arts High Score Productions, Tiburon Entertainment
Slicks Codemasters Codemasters 1994
Smaartvark Codemasters 1994-06, 1994-09[77], Autumn 1994[148][13]
Snow White: Happily Ever After American Softworks 1994
Soccer Kid Ocean Software Krisalis Software Late 1994?
Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill Kaneko USA[149] 1993-11[24], 1994-03[1], 1994-04[51]
Sonic Crackers Sega Prototype dumped
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Limited Edition Sega Sonic Team Two prototypes discovered and released
Space Hero Tengen[150] Tengen[150] 1993-02[151] Prototype dumped
Space Race Origin Systems Early
Speed Racer in The Challenge of Racer X Accolade Accolade 1993-12[24], 1994-03[18][1], 1994-04[152][153][154][77], 1994-05[155], 1994-07[44][31], 1994-08[129], 1994-09[111][80]
SpellCaster Sega Sega Technical Institute Early
Spinny & Spike Sega Sega Technical Institute Early
Starblade Color Dreams Silmarils 1991
Steven Seagal is the Final Option TecMagik 1993[156], 1994-06[51]
Stone Protectors VIC Tokai Kemco, Eurocom Entertainment Software 1994-11[103] Late Prototype dumped
Street Fighter II': Champion Edition Capcom 1993-06[157][158] Late in development Prototypes dumped and released
Super Black Bass HOT-B 1992
Super Star Wars Sega Interactive 1993 Mega Drive prototype dumped
Survival Arts American Sammy Scarab 1995
Swamp Thing Nuvision Entertainment Microsmiths 1991-Q3 Prototype dumped (badly)
SWAT Kats Traveller's Tales 199x
Tank Girl Ocean Software 1995
Targhan Color Dreams Silmarils 1991
Tecmo Cup Football Game Sega Sega 1993-05[159], 1993-07[160]
TeleGenesis Baseball Sega Sega 1989, 1990
Tenkuu Retsuden Musashi Kaneko Kaneko 1992
Theme Hospital Electronic Arts Bullfrog Productions 1995, mid-1996
The Third World War
Time Trax Black Pearl Software Malibu Interactive 1993-11[161], 1994-01[162], 1994-04[51] Prototype dumped
Total Carnage Malibu Games, THQ Malibu Games 1994-04[163]
Treasure Tails Sega Technical Institute
Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone Absolute Entertainment 199x
Unnecessary Roughness Accolade Accolade 1993-12[164]
Ushiwakamaru Saburouta Monogatari: 24-jikan Tatakaemasu ka? Sega 1991-04[165], 1991-06[166]
Vampire Killer RazorSoft Punk Development 1992-09[167]
Vette! Spectrum Holobyte Sphere
Wacky Races Virgin Games Eden Entertainment Software Prototype dumped
Walker Psygnosis DMA Design Summer 1994[18][15]
Waterworld Ocean Software Ocean Software
Sega Mega Drive
Data Design Interactive
1995-09[168], 1995-11[169][170], 1996-01[171], 1996-02[34], 1996-05[92] Mega Drive prototype dumped
WCW Super Brawl Wrestling FCI Beam Software[175] 1993, 1994-10[11]
Whizz Psygnosis, Titus Reflections Interactive[176], Flair Software Autumn 1994[141], 1995, 1996-09[177]
WildSnake Spectrum HoloByte Leadfilm, Bullet-Proof Software Prototypes dumped
Wimbledon II
Wing Commander
Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi Electronic Arts Origin Systems 1994-03[1]
Wolfenstein 3D id Software, Imagineer 1994-09[111][35], 1994-11[56], 1995
World League Soccer Codemasters Codemasters 1994-03[178], 1994-06[179][13], 1994-07
World of Trolls Millennium Interactive 1994
X-Women: The Sinister Virus Sega Clockwork Tortoise 1996-11[180], 1996-12[93], 1997-01[181][182], 1997-03-31[183]
Xybots Tengen Tengen 1990-06
Zeewolf Binary Asylum 1995
Zenobian Scout Foley Hi-Tech
Zodiac Ubisoft Ubisoft late
Zombie High Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1993-02[27] Prototype dumped

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