Mr. Nutz 2? It looks like it was real

Mr. Nutz 2? It looks like it was real

Madou at the DigitalPress forum seems to have found some graphical proof of the existence of Mr. Nutz 2, an old unreleased platform for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive. There were some discussion about the state of the game, but if these screens are real, then it looks like it was really in development somehow:

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You can read more about it at the DP Forum 

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3 thoughts on “Mr. Nutz 2? It looks like it was real

  1. Jose

    If someone here understand french, here’s a really interesting interview of the creator of the original Mr Nutz game :

    http://www.grospixels.com/site/interadane.php

    At a certain point of the interview, he mentions the existence of a followup to Mr Nutz, but he describes the prototype as an isometric RPG game that would have looked a bit like Zelda with the same graphics as the original Super Nintendo game… which is completely different with the Mr Nutz 2 presented here.

  2. Ross Sillifant

    Ahh , cancel last, just looked up history of the game:

    ‘Sometime after its original Amiga releases, the Neon Studios game was eventually stated to be ported to the Sega Mega Drive and released in Europe in 1995 as Mr. Nutz 2, acting as a sequel of the console Mr. Nutz game which had already been released in this particular system. However, despite being fully completed by the developer and even tested by European press reviewers, the Mega Drive port of Mr. Nutz: Hoppin’ Mad was never published because of Ocean’s diminishing support of the platform.’

    THIS is the game Peter refered to in said PS Mag feature.

    Still at least we now have Peters version of events.

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