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This article is of video games cancelled for Nintendo-made consoles.

Family Computer[]

  • Arc Hound[1] (available on the NES as Contra Force)
  • Deep Dungeon (available only on the Disk System)
  • Monster Party (released on the NES by Bandai)
  • Ninja Cop Saizou 2 (title changed to Time Changer: Eon Man but was also never released)
  • Rune Master (released on the MSX years earlier)
  • Seiken Densetsu (moved to Game Boy)
  • Spirit Animal Genesis
  • Strider (released on the NES in America)

Nintendo Entertainment System[]

#-A[]

  • 10th Frame
  • A Boy and His Blob 2 (possibly planned for Game Boy Advance but also never released)
  • Action Fighter
  • The Addams Family 2 (available for Game Boy and Super NES)
  • The Addams Family Animation (resurrected as Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt)
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Dragons of Flame (released only in Japan)
  • Adventure of the Trolls
  • Adventure Quest
  • Aigina's Prophecy (released in Japan as Aighina no Yogen: From the Legend of Balubalouk)
  • Air ball
  • Airborne Ranger
  • Airhawk
  • Airwolf 2
  • Aladdin
  • Alien vs Predator
  • The Amazing Spider-Man (available for Game Boy)
  • American Gladiators 2
  • An American Tail
  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
  • Arcadia VI
  • Arcana (available on the Super NES)
  • Armadillo (released only in Japan)
  • Asterix the Gaul (released only in Europe)
  • Atomic Robo-Kid
  • The Avengers

B[]

  • Baby Gangster
  • Backgammon (from American Video Entertainment)
  • Barbarian
  • Barbie 2
  • Barcelona '92 (released in Europe as Track and Field in Barcelona)
  • Baseball Pros
  • Bashi Bazook, Morphoid Masher[2] (released in Japan as Bio Senshi Dan: Increaser tono Tatakai)
  • The Battlefields of Napoleon (released in Japan as Napoleon Senki)
  • The Battle of Atlantis
  • BattleTech
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Bee 52 (Aladdin version)
  • Beyond Shadowgate (released for the TurboDuo)
  • The Big Mouth Bass
  • Big Nose, the Witch Doctor
  • Bio Force Ape
  • Bio-Ship Paladin (available for Arcade and Sega Genesis)
  • The Black Bass II (resurrected as The Black Bass USA; original game released in Japan)
  • Black Tiger
  • Blades of Steel II
  • Blaster Master 2 (available for Sega Genesis)
  • Blazebusters (available for the Famicom as Flying Hero)
  • Blockout
  • Boomerang Kid (available as part of Quattro Adventure)
  • Boomer Land (released in Japan as Asmik-kun Land)
  • Bowling
  • The Brainies
  • Bruce Lee Lives
  • Bug Buster (resurrected as Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator)
  • Buster Brothers
  • Buzz & Waldog

C[]

  • The California Raisins: The Grape Escape
  • Caracresta
  • Card Sharks
  • Castle of Demons
  • Cat Runner
  • Caveman Ughlympics (resurrected as Caveman Games)
  • Championship Power Pool
  • Chase H.Q. (released only in Japan)
  • Cheetahmen II
  • Chesterfield[3] (released in Japan as Chester Field: Ankoku Shin e no Chousen)
  • Chip's Challenge
  • Chuck Yeager's Fighter Combat
  • C.J.'s Elephant Antics (available as part of Quattro Arcade)
  • Cleopatra
  • Coco Run (released on the Famicom by Takeru)
  • Code Blue
  • Comic Caper
  • Conflict 2
  • Congo's Caper (available for the Super NES)
  • Cosmic Epsilon (released only in Japan)
  • Cosmo Fighter
  • Cosmo Tank (available for Game Boy)
  • Counterstrike [disambiguation needed]
  • Crackout (In the US; only released in the EU)
  • Crash 'n the Boys Ice Challenge (released in Japan as Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey Bu: Subette Koronde Dairantō)
  • Crash 'n the Boys Soccer Challenge (released in Japan as Kunio-kun no Nekketsu Soccer League)
  • Crater Maze
  • Crazy Land (released in Japan as Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi)
  • Creation (by Wisdom Tree)
  • Creatom
  • Crossbow
  • Crystal Passage
  • Cue Stick
  • Cyberball
  • Cycle Shooting

D-F[]

  • Daedalian Opus
  • Daemon's Quest
  • Daemon Wars
  • Darc Seed (released as Zombie Nation)
  • Darkwing Duck 2
  • Deadheat Scramble (available for Game Boy)
  • Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas
  • Dennis the Menace (available for the Super NES and Game Boy)
  • Dewey the Dolphin
  • Dexterity (available for Game Boy)
  • Dino-Hockey
  • Dizzy Pinball
  • Donkey Kong no Ongaku Asobi
  • Dr. Franken
  • Drac's Night Out
  • Dragon Tale
  • Dragon Wars
  • Dream Team 3-on-3 Challenge (sequel to Roundball: 2-on-2 Challenge)
  • DreamWorld Pogie
  • Dropzone (released in Europe)
  • Dweebers
  • EarthBound (also called EarthBound Zero)
  • Empire City 1931[4] (released in Japan as Magnum Kiki Ippatsu)
  • Erik the Viking
  • Escape from Atlantis
  • Euro Cup Soccer
  • Exploding Fist
  • F1 Hero 2 (released in Japan)
  • F-1 ROC: Race of Champions (released on the Super NES by Seta)
  • F-16 Renegade (available as part of Quattro Arcade)
  • Fairy Land Story
  • Fastest Lap (available on Game Boy)
  • Fighting Simulator World Champ (released in Japan as Hiryu-no-ken Special: Fighting Wars)
  • Final Fantasy II (U.S. release)
  • Final Fantasy III (U.S. release)
  • Final Fantasy IV
  • Fisher Price Fun Flyer
  • Fisher Price Little People Bowling Alley
  • Fisher Price My Grand Piano
  • Fisher Price School Bus Driver
  • The Flash
  • Flying Dragon II
  • Flying Dragon III
  • Fortress of Fear
  • Francesca's Wand (released as The Krion Conquest)
  • Free Fall (released on Sunday Funday as Fish Fall)

G-L[]

  • The Game of Harmony
  • Glove Adventure
  • Glove Pilot
  • The Great Warriors Saga
  • Grid Grabber
  • Gun.Smoke 2
  • Hacker 2
  • Hammerin' Harry (only released in Europe; released in Japan as Daiku no Gen-San)
  • Hammerin' Harry 2 (released in Japan as Daiku no Gen-San 2)
  • Happily Ever After
  • Happy Camper
  • Hard Drivin'
  • Hat Trick
  • Head On
  • Heavy Weight Hockey
  • Heavyweight Championship Boxing
  • Hector Vector
  • Hellfire
  • Hellraiser
  • HeroQuest
  • Hit the Ice
  • Holy Diver (released only in Japan)
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Hot Rocks
  • Hudson's Space Adventure
  • Hyper Zone (available for the Super NES)
  • Image Fight 2
  • Inspector Gadget
  • Integrity
  • In Your Face
  • Ishido: The Way of the Stones
  • It Came from the Desert
  • Jack the Giant Slayer (released in Japan as Jumpin' Kid: Jack to Mame no Ki Monogatari)
  • James Bond 007
  • Jaws' Revenge
  • Jet Bike Simulator
  • John Madden Football
  • Jordan Adventure
  • Jump Burger
  • Konami Grand Prix (released in Japan as F-1 Sensation and in Europe as Formula 1 Sensation)
  • Konami Hyper Soccer (released only in Europe)
  • Kung Fu 2 (released in Japan as Spartan X 2)
  • Kurn
  • Labyrinth (released only in Japan)
  • Land of Demos
  • The Last Ninja 2
  • Last Duel
  • Law of the West (released only in Japan)
  • Legend of Hero Tonma
  • The Legend of Prince Valiant (released in Europe)
  • The Legend of Robin Hood
  • Lethal Weapon 3
  • Liberty or Death (available for the Super NES)
  • 007: Licence to Kill
  • The Lion King (only released in Europe; Game Boy, Super NES, and Sega Genesis versions released in America)
  • Lord of Lightning
  • Lord of the Rings
  • Lords of the Rising Sun

M-O[]

  • The Magic Candle (released only in Japan)
  • Magic of Scheherazade II
  • Makai Island (released in Japan as Higemaru Makaijima - Nanatsu no Shima Daibōken)
  • Malibu Beach Volleyball
  • Mana
  • Maniac Mansion II
  • Mariner's Run
  • Married... with Children
  • Mask Rider (released in Japan as Kamen Rider)
  • Matchbox Racers
  • Mech Warriors
  • Metal Man
  • Mickey Mouse Dream Balloon (released in Japan as Mickey Mouse - Yume Fuusen and in America as Kid Klown in Night Mayor World)
  • Midnight Resistance
  • MiG 29 Hunter (released as Ultimate Air Combat)
  • Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (available for Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Arcade, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX and ZX Spectrum)
  • Microleague Baseball
  • Mike Ditka's Big Play Football (released in Japan as Quarter Back Scramble)
  • Mike Tyson's Power Punch
  • Miner 2049er
  • Mini Putt (released only in Japan)
  • Mission XX
  • Monster Masher
  • Monster Party 2
  • Monster Truck Rodeo
  • Moon Crystal (released only in Japan)
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Moto Roader (released for the TurboGrafx-16)
  • Murder on the Mississippi (released in Japan as Mississippi Satsujin Jiken)
  • NBA All Star Shootout
  • Natsume Championship Wrestling (released for the Super NES)
  • New Ghostbusters II (released in Europe and Japan)
  • New Kids on the Block
  • Night of the Ninja
  • Ninja Taro (released for Game Boy; released in Japan as Ninja-kun 2)
  • Noah's Ark (released by Konami in Europe)
  • Nosferatu
  • Operation Thunderbolt
  • Over Horizon (released in Europe and Japan)

P-R[]

  • Paggio
  • Palps
  • Paradise Island
  • Password
  • Pit-Fighter (available for Arcade, Super NES and Game Boy)
  • Pizza Panic (released in Japan as Pizza Pop)
  • Play Isle
  • Poker
  • Pole Position
  • Police Academy
  • Power Mission (released as a war simulation game for the Game Boy)
  • Power Play Football
  • Predator 2
  • The Price is Right (released on Commodore 64 and PC)
  • Prophecy
  • Psycho Soldier
  • Puss 'n Boots: Around the World in 80 Days (released in Japan as Nagagutsu wo Haita Neko: Sekai Isshuu 80 Nichi Daibouken)
  • Putt Master
  • The Pyramids of Ra
  • Pyross
  • Quattro Kids (planned as part of the Quattro series)
  • Railroad Tycoon (released for the PC)
  • Rambo III
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots! (resurrected as Buckaroo$; original game released for SNES)
  • Return of Donkey Kong
  • Riddick Bowe Boxing (released for the Super NES)
  • Ring Raiders
  • Robert Byrne's Pool Challenge
  • Robin Hood: Adventures in Sherwood Forest
  • RoboCop versus The Terminator
  • Rocky (released for the ColecoVision and Sega Master System as Rocky Super Action Boxing)
  • Rocky Rodent (released for the Super NES)
  • Rodan
  • Rollergeddon
  • R-Type

S[]

  • Scarabeus
  • Search King
  • Secret Castle
  • Secret Ties
  • Secret Warriors
  • Serve and Volley
  • Shadowgate 3
  • Shogun Maeda
  • Side Arms (released for the TurboGrafx-16)
  • SimCity
  • Sir Eric the Bold
  • Skyscraper
  • Solomon's Club (released in Europe as Solomon's Key 2; originally released on Game Boy)
  • Solstice 2
  • Space Ace
  • Space Invaders
  • Space Marine
  • Space Shuttle Project 2
  • Space War
  • The Speed Rumbler
  • Spelunker 2 (released only in Japan)
  • Spy vs. Spy: The Island Caper[5] (released in Japan as Nangoku Shirei!! Spy vs. Spy)
  • Squashed (released in Japan as Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen)
  • Stakk'm
  • StarBlade
  • Star Gate
  • Star Meter
  • Star Stingray
  • Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
  • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
  • Stingray
  • Storm Lords
  • Street Battle
  • Street Fighter
  • Street Fighter II
  • Sunman
  • Super Bomb Jack
  • Super Buster Bros. (released for the Super NES)
  • Super Hang-On
  • Super James Pond (released for the Super NES)
  • Super Lode Runner
  • Super Mario Collection (released for the Super NES as Super Mario All-Stars and Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World)[citation needed]
  • Super Password (also planned as Talking Super Password)
  • Super Pinball
  • Super Pitfall II (released in Japan as Atlantis no Nazo)
  • Super Rally
  • Super Rescue
  • Super Slam Dunk (released for the Super NES by Virgin Interactive)
  • Super Square Deal (released in Japan as Cadillac)
  • Super Star Force (released only in Japan)
  • Super Sushi Pinball
  • Super Trucks
  • Super Turrican
  • Super Xevious (released in Japan as Super Xevious: Ganpu no Nazo)
  • Sweet Home (released in Japan)
  • Switchblade

T-V[]

  • Targhan
  • Taro's Quest
  • Task Force Harrier
  • Taz-Mania (released for the Super NES)
  • Team Sports Basketball
  • Technocop (Tengen version; available for the Sega Genesis)
  • Terminator 2: The Arcade Game
  • Terran Wars
  • The Terror of Tech Town
  • Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends
  • ThunderCats
  • Thunder Ceptor
  • Thunder Cross
  • Time Diver: Eon Man
  • Time Zone (released only in Japan)
  • Titan Warriors
  • TKO Wrestling
  • Tom and Jerry: The Movie
  • Top Gun 3
  • Touchdown
  • The Tower of Radia (released in Japan as Radia Senki: Reimeihen)
  • Toys (released for the Super NES)
  • Triumph
  • Trivial Pursuit (released in arcades)
  • Trolls in Crazyland (released in Europe; also released in Japan as Doki! Doki! Yūenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen)
  • Tune-Up Rally
  • Turrican
  • Twin Peaks
  • U-Force Power Games
  • U*fouria (released in Europe; released in Japan as Hebereke)
  • Ultimate Baseball
  • Ultimate Journey
  • Ultimate Qix
  • Ultimate Soccer
  • Ultra Golf
  • Uninvited 2
  • U.N. Squadron (available for Arcade and Super NES)
  • Urban Convoy
  • U.S.M.C. Harrier
  • U.S.A. Bowling
  • UWC
  • Vanilla Ice
  • Vegas

W-Z[]

  • Wall Street Kid 2
  • War in Middle Earth (released for the Super NES as Lord of the Rings)
  • War on Wheels
  • Warp Space
  • War vs. Drugs
  • Water Ski
  • Web World
  • We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story
  • Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • Where's Waldo? 2
  • Wild Boys (by Bandai[6])
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Wordtris
  • World Bowling
  • World Rally Championship Racing
  • World Trophy Soccer
  • WWF Survivor Series (released as WWF Wrestlemania Challenge)
  • Xybots
  • Yeah Yeah Beebiss I
  • Zeta Gundam
  • Zombie Master (released in Japan as Zombie Hunter)

Super NES[]

A-O[]

  • The Adventures of Kid Kleets II
  • A Goofy Movie
  • Atmosfear
  • Batman
  • Batman: Return of the Joker
  • Beastball
  • Blackout
  • Bobby's World
  • Capitol Critters
  • Carrier Air Wing
  • Comanche (available for PC)
  • Congo: Secret of Zinj
  • Cybernator 2
  • Destruction Derby (available for Sega Saturn, PlayStation and PC)
  • Dorque & Imp
  • Dragon Warrior I & II
  • Final Fantasy Extreme
  • Firearm
  • Fireteam Rogue
  • Future Zone [1]
  • FX Fighter (available for PC)
  • Gargoyles (released for the Sega Genesis)
  • GoldenEye 007 (redesigned as a first-person shooter and released on the N64)
  • The Good Son: The Video Game
  • HyperZone 2
  • Ikari Warriors IV
  • In the Hunt (available for Arcade, Sega Saturn, PlayStation and PC)
  • Jelly Boy 2
  • Kid Icarus SNES
  • Killer Instinct 2
  • Lethal Enforcers II: Gun Fighters (available for Arcade, Sega Genesis and Sega CD)
  • Lobo (fighting game based on the DC Comics character; cancelled due to being extremely panned by critics in magazines [2])
  • Lock On 2 (released as Super Air Diver 2 in Japan)
  • Metal Jack (released as Kikou Keisatsu Metal Jack in Japan)
  • Metal Marines 2
  • Mr. Tuff

P-Z[]

  • Pilotwings 2
  • Pinkie
  • Popeye[7] (released as Popeye: Ijiwaru Majo Shihaggu no Maki in Japan)
  • Powerslide
  • Prime
  • Quik the Thunder Rabbit
  • Road Rash
  • The Shadow [3]
  • Shadowhawk
  • Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill
  • Sound Fantasy (available on PC as SimTunes)
  • Spellcraft
  • Star Fox 2 (emulated/translated available via PC - downloaded ROM or Xecuter2 and later versions)
  • Star Trek Generations (available for PC)
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Steven Seagal: The Final Option (available on PlayStation and N64 as Deadly Honor)
  • Super Back to the Future
  • Super Back to the Future Part II (released only in Japan)
  • Super Dodge Ball[7] (released as Kunio-kun no Dojjibōru da yo Zen'in Shūgō in Japan)
  • Super Golf Grand Slam
  • Super Mario FX (redesigned and available for N64 as Super Mario 64)
  • Super Shadow of the Beast
  • Super Space Shuttle Project
  • Super Stealth Fighter
  • Super Wall Street Kid
  • Syvalion (released in Europe and Japan)
  • Tecmo Super Hockey (released for the Sega Genesis)
  • Thunderbirds (released as Thunderbirds - Kokusai Kyūjotai Jūdō Seyo! in Japan)
  • Undercover Cops (released only in Japan)
  • Virtual Lake
  • Vortex 2

Nintendo 64 and Nintendo 64DD[]

#-C[]

  • 007: Tomorrow Never Dies (available on PlayStation)
  • 1080° Snowboarding 2 (available on GameCube as 1080° Avalanche)[8]
  • 3Sixty
  • 40 Winks
  • 64 Wars
  • 7th Legion
  • Acclaim Sports Soccer
  • Ace Combat 64
  • Ace Driver
  • Actua Golf 4
  • Airforce Delta (available for Dreamcast and Game Boy Color)
  • Airport Inc.
  • Alien Resurrection
  • Animaniacs Ten Pin Alley
  • Aquaria
  • Army Men: Green Rogue (available for Playstation and Playstation 2)
  • Assault
  • Attack!
  • Back to the Future 64
  • Bad Company
  • BassMasters 2000 (fishing game by THQ; appeared at E3 1999 but cancelled)
  • Battle Dancer
  • BattleSport II
  • Beetle Adventure Racing 2
  • BioSwarm
  • Birdie
  • Blade & Barrel
  • Blades of Passage
  • Bonk 64 (became Bomberman 64)
  • Bratz
  • Buggie Boogie (planned sequel to Stunt Race FX [9][10])
  • Cabbage
  • Caesar's Palace
  • Cardcaptor Sakura Tomoyo No Video Daisakusen (available on Dreamcast)
  • Carnivale
  • Catroots
  • Cavalry Battle 3000
  • Centipede X
  • Chanbara Fighter
  • Chrono Resurrection
  • ClayFighter 3
  • Climber
  • Conscripts 64
  • Contra Spirits 64
  • Crayon Shin-chan 64
  • Crazy Cajun Carl
  • Creator
  • Cubivore (available on GameCube)

D-G[]

  • DD Sequencer
  • Dead Ahead
  • Deadly Honor
  • Deer Hunter 64
  • Descent (available on PC[10])
  • DethKarz
  • Derby Day
  • Dezaemon DD
  • Die Hard 64
  • Digimon World (available on PlayStation)
  • Dinosaur Planet (available for GameCube as Star Fox Adventures)
  • Disney's 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue (available on PlayStation)
  • Disney's Dinosaur (available on Playstation)
  • Disney's The Emperor's New Groove (available on PlayStation and Game Boy Color)
  • Disney's The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure (available on PlayStation and Game Boy Color)
  • Donald Duck: Daisy o Tsukue! (Japan Version, only in USA and Europe)
  • Doom Absolution
  • Doreamon (only in Japan)
  • Doubutsu Banchou
  • Dragon King: The Fighting Game (available as Super Smash Bros.)
  • Dragon Warrior VII (available on PlayStation)
  • Dragon Sword
  • Dragon Ball Z: Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu (available for Saturn and PlayStation)
  • DT
  • EarthBound 64 (available in Japan only on Game Boy Advance as Mother 3)
  • Echo Delta
  • Egg Head Shred
  • Emperor of the Jungle
  • Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem (available for GameCube)
  • Extreme Sports 64
  • F-18 Super Hornet
  • F1 '98 (Nintendo)
  • Famicom Classics Vol. 1
  • Famista 64 (only in Japan)
  • Far East of Eden: Oriental Blue
  • FIFA 2000
  • Final Fantasy VII (available on PlayStation[11])
  • Final Round 64
  • Fire Emblem 64
  • First Samurai 64 [4]
  • Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge
  • Freak Boy[10] [5]
  • Ghouls 'n Ghosts 64
  • Glover 2 [6]
  • Go Carts
  • Golgo 13
  • Grabbed by the Ghoulies
  • Grand Theft Auto
  • Gun Turret Legend

H-N[]

  • Harrier 2001
  • Hello Kitty 64
  • Hercules Action Game (Released For Playstation and PC)
  • HeroQuest 64
  • Hashire Boku no Uma
  • Hype: The Time Quest
  • Independence War 2: Edge of Chaos
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Japan Pro Golfer 64
  • Jeff Gordon XS Racing
  • Jest[12]
  • Joust 64
  • Jungle Bots
  • Jungle Emperor Leo
  • Kameo: Elements of Power
  • Kanon (available on PC and Dreamcast)
  • Kasparov Chess
  • Kirby Air Ride[10] (project transferred to Nintendo GameCube) [7]
  • Kyle Petty's No Fear Racing
  • Lemmings Revolution (available on PC)
  • Lethal Encounter 64
  • Luigi's Mansion (moved to Nintendo GameCube)
  • Looney Tunes: Space Race
  • Magic Flute
  • Major League Soccer
  • Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (available on PlayStation 2)
  • Maker Trilogy
  • Mario Artist: Sound Maker
  • Marvel vs Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (available on PlayStation, Dreamcast an Arcade)
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (available on Arcade, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and Xbox)
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley: Winner's Circle (available for PlayStation)
  • Mega Man 64 2 (available as Mega Man Legends 2 for PlayStation)
  • Meitantei Conan 64
  • Metal Marines 64
  • Metroid 64
  • Michelin Rally Masters: Race of Champions
  • Mini Racers
  • Monster Dunk[10] [8]
  • Mortal Kombat: Special Forces
  • Mulan
  • Mystics
  • NBA Showtime 2000 [9]
  • NHL Blades of Steel 2000 [10]
  • NHRA Drag Racing
  • Nightmare Creatures II [11]
  • Ninja 64

O-R[]

  • O.D.T. (available for PC and PlayStation [12])
  • On & Off Racing
  • Pilotwings 64 II [13]
  • Pitfall [14]
  • Playmovil
  • Play with the Teletubbies (available for Playstation)
  • Powerslide [15]
  • Project Cairo [16]
  • Project Dream
  • Puma Street Soccer
  • Quest 2 [17]
  • Quest for Camelot 64 [18]
  • Rally Masters
  • Rave Racer
  • Red Baron [19]
  • Renegade Racers [20]
  • Resident Evil Zero (available on GameCube [21] and Wii)
  • Resident Evil Gaiden (became Onimusha: Warlords)
  • Rev Limit [22]
  • Riqa (available as Rogue Ops for GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 [23] [24])
  • Robotech: Crystal Dreams[10] [25] [26]
  • Rollerball [27]
  • Ronaldo Soccer [28]
  • Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends [29]
  • Roto Gunners [30]

S-Z[]

  • Sakura Card Captors
  • Sea-Doo HydroCross (available for Playstation [31])
  • Shadowgate Rising [32]
  • SimCopter 64 [33]
  • Sin and Punishment (American release cancelled, released only in Japan)
  • Smurfs 64 [34]
  • Snowspeeder DD [35]
  • South Park 2
  • Soviet Strike 64[36]
  • Space Bunnies Must Die! [37]
  • Space Shuttle Project 64
  • Spider-Man 2 - Enter: Electro (available for PlayStation)
  • Spooky [38]
  • StarFox: Dinosaur Planet (available on Nintendo GameCube as Star Fox Adventures)
  • Star Trek: Insurrection
  • Surf Assault
  • Super Mario 64 2 [39]
  • Survivor: Day One [40]
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (available for Game Boy Color)
  • Sydney 2000
  • Syphon Filter (available for PlayStation)[41]
  • Tamiya Racing
  • Toy Story Racer (available on PlayStation and Game Boy Color)
  • Teo [42]
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park
  • The Sopranos
  • The Simpsons 64
  • The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield (available on PC)
  • The Sims (available on PC)
  • Thornado
  • Thrasher: Skate and Destroy (confirmed at E3 1999, but never completed; available on PlayStation)
  • Thunderbirds 64
  • Test Drive Rally [43]
  • ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth
  • Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear
  • Tomb Raider (available on Sega Saturn, PlayStation, PC)
  • Tommy Thunder [44]
  • Toon Panic [45]
  • Top Gun 64
  • Twelve Tales: Conker 64 (redesigned and released as Conker's Bad Fur Day)
  • UEFA Soccer '98
  • Ultimate Paintball (available on Game Boy Color)
  • Ultra Combat [13]
  • Ultra Descent
  • Ultra Primitive Man
  • Unreal
  • URA Zelda (revamped version of Ocarina of Time; available on GameCube as Ocarina of Time: Master Quest)
  • Vampire Circus
  • Velvet Dark
  • Viewpoint 2064
  • Vortex 64
  • VR Sports Powerboat Racing
  • VRS Racer
  • VX Vampire
  • Wacky Races (available on Game Boy Color and Dreamcast, PlayStation and PC)
  • Wall Street
  • Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour (available for PlayStation, Dreamcast, PC and Game Boy Color)
  • War: Final Assault
  • Warball
  • Warspirits
  • Waterworks
  • Wave Race 64 2 (available on Nintendo GameCube as Wave Race: Blue Storm)
  • W.E.T. Corpse
  • Wild Metal Country 64
  • Wild Waters (Kayak racing game developed by Looking Glass Studios and distributed by Ubisoft; Confirmed at E3 1998, and appeared at E3 1999, but never released)
  • Wild Water World Championships
  • X-Men vs. Street Fighter (available on Saturn, PlayStation and PC)
  • Xtreme Roller
  • Young Olympians

Nintendo GameCube[]

#-E[]

  • Adiboo and the Energy Thieves [46]
  • Alias [47]
  • Area 51 (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [48])
  • Army Men: Platoon Command [49]
  • Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II (available for Playstation 2 and Xbox)
  • Banjo-Threeie (redesigned as Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts for Xbox 360)
  • Barbie Horse Adventures: Wild Horse Rescue (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [50])
  • Barbie: Treasures in Time [51]
  • BattleBots [52][14]
  • Bratz: Formal Funk [53]
  • Bulletproof Monk [54]
  • Burnout 3: Takedown (Available For PlayStation 2 and Xbox)
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts (available for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PSP)
  • Celebrity Deathmatch (available for Playstation 1 and 2, Xbox, and PC)
  • Colin Mcrae Rally 3
  • Crash Twinsanity (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [55])
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [56])
  • Cruis'n Velocity (redesigned as Cruis'n for Wii)
  • Dead Phoenix (Capcom rail-shooter [57])
  • Dead Rush [58]
  • DK Bongo Blast (available for Wii)
  • Donkey Kong Racing (GameCube sequel of Diddy Kong Racing)
  • Driv3r (available for PlayStation 2, PC, and Xbox [59])
  • Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox) [60]
  • Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rumble
  • Eyeshield 21 (available on Wii and DS[15])

F-M[]

  • The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse [61]
  • Funkydilla (Zoonami musical game [62])
  • Family Guy Video Game! (available on Xbox, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2)
  • Galleon (video game) (available for Xbox)
  • Game Zero[16] (unnamed Zoonami game)
  • Geist (video game) (Japanese Version, only in USA, Europe and Australia)
  • Gravity Games Bike (available on PlayStation 2 and Xbox [63])
  • Gold Star Mountain (From Software action RPG)
  • Hannah Montana: Spotlight World Tour (available on PlayStation 2 and Wii)
  • Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix (available on PSP, PS2, PS3, GBA, Nintendo DS, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360, and Windows PC)
  • Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi 2 (available on Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS)
  • Jacked [64]
  • Jonny Moseley Mad Trix [65]
  • Juiced (available for PS2 and Xbox)
  • Kameo: Elements of Power (available for Xbox 360 [66])
  • Kirby New Adventure [67](in development for the Wii)
  • Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble 2 (also known as Roll-o-Rama [68])
  • Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil (Available For PlayStation 2)
  • Knight 'N Knight [69]
  • Lamborghini
  • The Legend of Zelda: Tetra's Trackers (released as a subgame of The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures [70])
  • L.A. Rush (available For PlayStation 2 and Xbox)
  • Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [71])
  • Marionette
  • Megaman X7 (available for PlayStation 2)[72]
  • Meowth's Party [73]
  • Mini Golf Mayhem [74]

N-Z[]

  • NARC (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [75])
  • NASCAR Thunder 2004 (available for Playstation 2 and Xbox)
  • NFL Retro Football [76]
  • Nintendo Pennant Chase Baseball [77]
  • Ohenro-San: Hosshin no Dojo
  • Perfect Dark Zero (redesigned for Xbox 360)
  • Pterosaur
  • Picassio [78]
  • Pichu Bros.: Party Panic [79](project revived as Pokémon Channel)
  • Pilotwings 3 [80]
  • Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [81])
  • Rally Fusion: Race of Champions (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [82])
  • Rally Simulation [83] (also known as Rally Fusion: Race of Champions)
  • Raven Blade (also known as Rune Blade [84])
  • Rebirth [85]
  • Richard Burns Rally (available for PC, Playstation 2, and Xbox)
  • RTX Red Rock (available for PlayStation 2 [86])
  • Saffire [87]
  • Showdown: Legends of Wrestling (available for Xbox [88])
  • Spy Hunter 2 (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox [89])
  • Stage Debut [90]
  • StarCraft: Ghost
  • Stunt Driver
  • The Suffering (available for PlayStation 2 and Xbox[17])
  • Star Trek Nemesis
  • Stung!
  • Supercan
  • Super Mario 128[18]
  • Super Paper Mario (available for Wii)
  • Thornado (a shooting game by Factor 5)[19]
  • Thunder Rally (also known as Car Combat[20])
  • Thunderstrike: Operation Phoenix (available for PlayStation 2)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: Defenders of the Looniverse
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter (available for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Xbox 360 [91])
  • Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear[21] (available for PC, PlayStation, Dreamcast and Game Boy Advance)
  • Too Human[22] (redesigned for Xbox 360)
  • Trinity: the Shatter Effect[23]
  • Unity[24]
  • ZanZarah: The Hidden Portall[25]

Virtual Boy[]

  • Bound High
  • Cruis'n USA (available for the Arcade and on Nintendo 64)
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (available on SNES)
  • Dragon Hopper
  • F-15 Air Assault
  • Faceball
  • GoldenEye 007[26]
  • Grand Prix Turbo Racing
  • G-Zero[27]
  • Interceptor
  • Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (available for SNES, Genesis, Game Gear, Sega CD, and Game Boy)[26]
  • NFL Football
  • Star Fox (available for SNES)
  • Virtual Boy Mario Land
  • World Cup Soccer
  • Worms
  • Zero Racers

Wii[]

  • Beijing 2008 (available for PC)
  • Civilization Revolution (available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and DS)
  • Project H.A.M.M.E.R. (may still be in development)
  • Red Faction: B.E.A.S.T.
  • Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3)[citation needed]
  • Space Station Tycoon
  • Supercan
  • Winter
  • Sonic The Hedgehog (available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3; Wii version was cancelled in favor of Sonic and the Secret Rings)
  • Brutal Legend (available for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3)
  • Camp Rock
  • Mario Super Sluggers (European Version only on USA and Japan)
  • Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (available for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3)

Game Boy[]

  • Akira
  • Brutal: Paws of Fury (available for Sega CD, Sega Genesis, Sega 32X, Amiga, Amiga CD32 and Super NES)
  • Pokemon Green Version (only in Japan)
  • Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (available for Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Arcade, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX and ZX Spectrum)
  • Bill Walsh College Football
  • Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout (available for PlayStation)
  • Elite
  • The Fifth Element
  • Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse
  • Tecmo NBA Basketball
  • Tecmo Super Bowl
  • Wily & Right no RockBoard: That's Paradise
  • Lunar Chase
  • Home Alone 2: Kevin's Dream
  • Fortified Zone 2 (released in Japan as Ikari no Yousai 2)

Game Boy Color[]

  • Command & Conquer
  • Cruis'n USA (available for the Arcade and on Nintendo 64)
  • Cruis'n World (available for the Arcade and on Nintendo 64)
  • Densetsu no Starfy (moved to GBA)
  • Floracy
  • Game Boy Music (moved to GBA)
  • Game Boy Wars: Pocket Tactics
  • Infinity
  • Kirby's Dream Land 2 DX
  • The Legend of Zelda: Mystical Seed of Courage (intended to be the third game in the "Triforce Trilogy"; unreleased due to complexities regarding communication between three cartridges)
  • Mega Man V
  • Metroid 2: Return of Samus DX
  • Pokémon Picross
  • Resident Evil (planned as a conversion of the first game; replaced by Resident Evil Gaiden)
  • Rhino Rumble Puzzle
  • San Francisco Rush (available for the Arcade, Nintendo 64, and PlayStation)
  • Spyro Ice Adventure (released on GBA as Spyro: Season of Ice)
  • Jibaku-Kun: Rei no Itsuki no Kajitsu
  • South Park (available for Nintendo 64, Playstation, and PC)
  • Superman: Battle for Metropolis
  • Tyrannosaurus Tex

Game Boy Advance[]

  • 4x4 Off-Roaders
  • A Boy and his Blob
  • Battland
  • Battletoads
  • Ben 10 (redringed of Ben 10: The Alien Force Game for PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, Wii, and Xbox 360)
  • Bratz Babyz
  • Broken Circle
  • Diddy Kong Pilot (released as Banjo-Pilot)
  • Donkey Kong Coconut Crackers (released as It's Mr. Pants)
  • Donkey Kong Plus
  • Family Guy Video Game! (available on Xbox, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation 2)
  • Game Boy Music (released as Daigasso! Band Brothers on the DS)
  • Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi 2 (available on Nintendo DS)
  • Hannah Montana (available on Nintendo DS)
  • Luna Blaze
  • Mega Man Mania
  • Overstorm
  • RoboCop
  • Shantae Advance (also known as Shantae 2: Risky Revolution)
  • Static Shock (advertised and reviewed before Midway stopped producing GBA games)
  • Time Crisis Advance
  • US Racer
  • Zero Tolerance (shown as a tech-demo)
  • Sega Genesis Collection (available on Playstation 2 and PSP)
  • Halloween
  • Supercan

Nintendo DS[]

  • A Boy and his Blob DS
  • Baten Kaitos DS[28]
  • Beijing 2008 (available for PC)
  • Black & White Creatures[29]
  • Disney's Lizzie McGuire & That's So Raven[30]
  • Family Guy Video Game! (available on Xbox, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2)
  • Halo DS [92]
  • InuYasha: Feudal Combat[31]
  • Katamari Damacy[32]
  • Klonoa DS
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED[33]
  • Moonlight Fables[34]
  • NFL Head Coach 09
  • Sonic DS (replaced to make Sonic Rush)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants! (available for PS2, Xbox, GameCube, PC, and GBA)
  • Super Pac-Man Pinball[35]
  • Teen Titans (released as Teen Titans 2 for Game Boy Advance)
  • Metroid Dread
  • Chicken Little (available for GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Playstation 2, Xbox, and PC)
  • Camp Rock
  • Supercan
  • Hannah Montana (Japanese Version, only in USA, Europe and Australia)
  • Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure (American version, only in Europe)

References[]

  1. Advertised in a pamphlet packaged in the Family Computer video game Crisis Force.
  2. Game Player's Buyer's Guide to Nintendo Games; Vol. 2, No.5, Page 148.
  3. Nintendo Power, Issue 1 (July/August 1988), Page 86.
  4. Nintendo Power, Issue 1 (July/August 1988), Page 87.
  5. Game Player's Buyer's Guide to Nintendo Games; Vol. 2, No. 5, Page 153
  6. Game Player's Strategy Guide to Nintendo Games Vol. 2, No. 4, page 21 advertisement for six Bandai games licensed by Nintendo, including the unreleased "Wild Boys"
  7. 7.0 7.1 "Pak Watch Updates". Nintendo Power (Volume 51): p. 112. August 1993. "American Technos has two Super NES games in the works - Popeye, an action game with a two-player split-screen competition mode, and Super Dodge Ball". 
  8. http://www.mobygames.com/game/1080-avalanche
  9. http://www.csoon.com/issue15/nu64_1.htm
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Nintendo Power, volume 86, page 15
  11. Gametrailers.com, Final Fantasy Retrospective
  12. Q64 (magazine) Volume 1 (Spring 1998), page 106
  13. Nintendo Power, volume 86, page 99; "Ultra Combat" with 5 screen shots and description
  14. Battlebots Cancelled - Battlebots Cancelled
  15. IGN: Eye Shield 21
  16. IGN: Game Zero
  17. IGN: The Suffering
  18. IGN: Super Mario 128
  19. IGN: Thornado
  20. IGN: Thunder Rally
  21. IGN: Rainbow Six Rogue Spear
  22. IGN: Too Human
  23. Starpulse: Trinity
  24. IGN: Unity
  25. IGN: Zanzarah
  26. 26.0 26.1 Nintendo Power Volume 78, page 112
  27. Nintendo Power, Volume 86, page 101; "G-Zero" with 6 screen shots and description
  28. IGN: Baten Kaitos DS
  29. IGN: Black & White Creatures
  30. GameFAQs: Disney's "Lizzie McGuire" & "That's So Raven"
  31. GameFAQs: InuYasha - Feudal Combat
  32. GameFAQs: Katamari Damacy (DS)
  33. GameFAQs: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
  34. GameFAQs: Moonlight Fables
  35. GameFAQs: Super Pac-Man Pinball

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