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Revision as of 18:18, 14 August 2019

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This article is a list of Nintendo developed works (or works with Nintendo planned as the publisher) that were ultimately unreleased.

NES

Sources: [1] [2]

SNES

Sources: [3] [4]

Virtual Boy

Sources: [5]

Game Boy/Game Boy Color

Sources: [6]

Finalised as a significantly different game

  • Capsule Monsters (early concept for Pokémon Red and Blue with a few significantly different elements to the final games)
  • Untitled balloon/bubble pushing games (after it was decided to control the character instead, eventually the character Starfy (or a character like him) was introduced and the game later became Densetsu no Starfy for Game Boy Color)
  • Densetsu no Starfy (Game Boy Color) (became Densetsu no Starfy for Game Boy Advance)
  • SimCity (NES) (became SimCity (SNES))
  • Gimmick Land (became Tomato Adventure for Game Boy Advance)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Mystical Seed of Power, Wisdom, and Courage (became The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons)
  • Pokémon Gold and Silver (originally known as Pokémon 2), seems (based on Nintendo Space World 1997 accounts and an alleged leak which leaked as a ROM on the Internet) to have had a different plan of available monsters including many unreleased ones, before the final games were released. Many differences were also present in the gameplay. The lines between Generation I and Generation II are also blurred with unreleased Pokémon such as "Raitora" being added but unreleased to both Capsule Monsters and the Nintendo Space World 1997 Gold/Silver demo.

Game Boy Advance

Sources: [7] [8] [9] [10]

Finalised on a different platform

  • Drill Dozer (European version), became available as a download on Wii U Virtual Console
  • Game & Watch Gallery 4 (Japanese version, "Game Boy Gallery 4"), became available as a download on Wii U Virtual Console

Nintendo 64

Sources: [11] [12]

Notes

Conker's Bad Fur Day was considered to be published by Nintendo in Europe, however, the final decision was for THQ to publish it in that region.

Finalised on a different platform

Nintendo GameCube

Finalised on a different platform

Nintendo DS

Finalised on a different platform

Wii

Finalised on a different platform

Wii U

Nintendo Switch

Documented through leak

Rumored

See also