The Flintstones (Ocean)
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|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Number of players: 1|
The Flintstones, developed by Foley Hi-Tech, and planned to be published by Ocean Software (however,this never happened), is a Sega Mega Drive game based on the 1994 live-action The Flintstones film. This game, unrelated to an identically named release by Taito, is infamous for not receiving a physical cartridge release, instead being a Sega Channel exclusive available to North American consumers for a brief period of time. Surviving prototypes are known to exist, but the full game has not been seen since 1995.
A Super Nintendo version of the game was released in cartridge form in February 1995, exclusive to North America. The Mega Drive version, presumed to be largely identical, is a seven stage platform game in which players control Fred Flintstone attempting to save a captured Pebbles and Bam-Bam.
In Europe the game was set to be published by Sony Electronic Publishing, having also appeared at their stand at ECTS Autumn 1994. In North America, it was given a tentative release date of November 1994, then December, while an Australian release was planned for May 1995.
- Developed by: Foley Hi-Tech
- Producer & Programming: David Russell Foley
- Software Engineer: Dedan Agaja Anderson
- Main article: The Flintstones (Ocean)/Magazine articles.
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|Games based on Hanna-Barbera cartoon shows released for Sega systems|
|The Flintstones (1991)|
|The Flintstones (Taito) (1993) | The Pirates of Dark Water (1994) | Yogi Bear: Cartoon Capers (1994) | Scooby-Doo Mystery (1995) | The Flintstones (Ocean) (199x) | Wacky Races (unreleased)|
|Wacky Races (2000) | The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (unreleased)|