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World Reborn Unification [DS – Cancelled]

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Moonlight Fables [DS – Cancelled]

Moonlight Fables is a cancelled side-scrolling action-adventure game, exclusively for the DS, that was slated for release in 2005 by Majesco. Designed by Cyber Philharmonic Video Game Design, the game was going to feature touch-screen input, use of the DS’s two screens and “multiplayer network play” (according to official publicity). Whether this refers to online play, or simply close-range wireless play, is not specified. While an action-adventure, the game would also have tasked the player with different puzzles to solve.

The game was gothic-fantasy-themed, and featured 19-year-old werewolf and Officer School For International Strike Forces graduate Trista Silver. Interestingly, the game was planned to have all of its levels merged into one giant area, allowing seamless movement between sections. It was going to include a range of weapons to master, including the mystical Moon Sword, various types of blaster and the player’s own werewolf teeth and claws. Quite an impressive visual arsenal was in the works, which boasted such features as a blend of 2D and 3D art styles, and a dynamic camera that zoomed in and panned around to highlight specific events.

Although Moonlight Fables was one of the first titles announced for the DS by a western publisher, it went through a major developmental overhaul mid-production. After these major changes, Majesco re-evaluated the game, and took it off their release list. It has since been officially cancelled.

The original website for the game can still be accessed via the Internet Archive.

Article by Franklint

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Freezer Level

Trista Silver 

Chibi Robo: Park Patrol [DS – Beta]

Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol is the DS sequel of the original Chibi-Robo game for the Nintendo GameCube. In the beta version, the HUD was changed at least 2 times before it became like the final one.

Beta 01:

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Beta 02:

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Final:

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Imho the 2 beta version of the HUD was the best one, or at least it was more in-line with the style of the game. Even the Chibi-PC room had a different design as you can see in this  

Animal Crossing: Wild World [DS – Beta]

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Kirby Super Star Ultra [DS – Beta]

Thanks to a post in our forum, Granville has made us notice about a couple of interesting differences between an early build of Kirby Super Star Ultra and the final version of the game. In the first comparison, the ground is a lot different. It’s blue and very rocky-looking in the early footage, but grassy in the final build.


Beta:

Final:

Thanks to Granville for the contribution!

You can find more about the Kirby series in the WiKirby