Corn Buster [SNES – Cancelled]

Corn Buster [SNES – Cancelled]

Corn Buster is an unreleased Super Nintendo game developed by Engine Software. The game is the story of a dragon named Globey, who sets out to defeat the person who’s stolen all the cornflakes in the world. The gameplay is an interesting mix of an Arkanoid-Style ball-and-paddle game and a vertical scrolling shooter. The game quietly began development around 1994, and was canceled soon after interest in the Super Nintendo waned in light of the release of Sony’s Playstation. Some time ago, Engine Software released a ROM of the game for free download on their website. The download page has since been removed, but the ROM is still easily obtainable. The game was 70-80% completed before it was canceled.

Thanks a lot to Marshall Leslie for all these information and screens! If you are a collector, you can buy an official cart of Corn Buster for SNES thanks to Piko Interactive.


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3 thoughts on “Corn Buster [SNES – Cancelled]

  1. NeX.exe

    It’s nice that in picture no. 14 the bubble is at Scandinavia and says “Hjälp” :D In Denmark and Norway it’s called “Hjælp” and in Sweden it’s called “Hjälp” – It’s rare that web developers think of Scandinavia!

  2. Domarius

    This game has a real Amiga vibe, from the graphics to the music :) Just listening to the soundtrack now… had to check out what kind of game I was listening to…

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