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Pinkie [SNES - Cancelled]

Pinkie [SNES - Cancelled]

Pinkie is a 2D platform game developed by Data Design Systems and published for Amiga in 1995. It seems that a port of this game was in development for the Super Nintendo but never completed for various reasons. Thanks to an anonymous contributor a playable version of Pinkie SNES was leaked and can be preserved, you can download it from here.

This is a developer build and has various debugging features turned on, such as the controller Select button will allow you teleport the character anywhere in a level and the map screen automatically unlocks the next level without you needing to complete the previous level. There’s lots of other bits in there as well – along with various parts that are completely broken such as the level exit effect which will cause the game to lose frames and never properly recover.

It works on the current batch of SNES emulators if you want to take a look.

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I'm an Italian gamer with not enough free time to play as much as i'd like to and sadly not enough time to write about cancelled and beta games. Founder of Unseen64 in 2001, i'd like to sleep more than 5 hours a day, but i have to pay the bills. I'm currently working as a SEO Copywriter and Content Editor for various italian websites, you can add me on Google Plus, Last FM or contact me by email.




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3 thoughts on “Pinkie [SNES - Cancelled]

  1. ozzy2k

    Also works on real hardware, but sometimes with significant slowdowns.

    Tested on a modified PAL SNES with SD2SNES.

  2. Commodore Computer Club

    I’ve also tested it on real hardware using my NTSC SNES and my SD2SNES flash cartridge. So far I have not experienced any slowdowns. The soundtrack is pretty amazing too, especially if you pump it through a stereo :)

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