Tarzan [SNES – Cancelled]

Tarzan [SNES – Cancelled]

In 1992 / 1994 Manley & Associates were working on a Tarzan platform game for the Super Nintendo, that would have been published by Gametek. The project was later cancelled, as we can read from Clayton Kauzlaric‘s blog:

The project was pretty close to content complete when it was canned. We had stumbled along for a good five months without any real design, apart from what the artists and programmers cobbled together on the fly. The game’s cancellation may have been related to the way good ol’ Tarzan methodically slaughters his way through the endangered species list over the course of the game. The fact that doing so wasn’t even fun just sealed the deal.

Rod_Wod found many screens from the game in some old magazines and Celine was able to find another image in Console Plus issue #34

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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 for various italian & international websites for a better User Experience & Search Engine Optimization, you can add me on Google Plus,Twitter, Last FM or contact me by email.
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9 thoughts on “Tarzan [SNES – Cancelled]

  1. rod_wod

    The scans are looking good.
    for anyone wishing this game had a release
    jungle no ouja tachan is a good alternative for the snes

    1. monokoma Post author

      Interesting find Tracy! Probably its value depends from how much complete it is, could you make some videos or take screenshots from it, to have a better idea of its state?

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