Fly By Wire was the codename of the helicopter simulation game by Shiny Entertainment that would be released under the name RC Stunt Copter. In the images below you can see an early prototype of the project.
Scan from PlayMag issue 17.
Force of One is an early (1999) prototype of Technomancer for the Playstation 2 and PC, an action game that would eventually be cancelled after many years of development. You can read more about the project here: Technomancer on Unseen64 Scan from PlayMag issue 49.
Iratan Supremacy is a cancelled 3D fighting game that was in development for the Atari Jaguar by Level 7. The project was meant to be a mix between Killer Instinct and Virtua Fighter, but soon it was canned because of the failure of the console. Celine was able to find a target render of one of the Iratan Supremacy’s characters in CD Consoles magazine #13, while some more artworks were found by the JagWare community.
Presto is a cancelled adventure game created by Phil Simon, in development by Pulse Entertainment for Playstation 1 and PC. Presto was later cancelled because the company wanted to jump onto the next bandwagon: the internet.
Scan from PlayMag issue 8.
After the release of MySims Skyheros, EA started to ponder what the next step for the MySims series, a spinoff the sims sims series for children, would go next. EA started development of MySims Social, which was to be released part of the Social series, which also contains The Sims Social and Simcity Social. While The Sims Social and Simcity social released, MySims Social was cancelled for unknown reasons.
Only a few screenshots of this game still exist that show preserves its existence:
It is unknown why it was cancelled, however it would appear that the last screenshot shown is an ingame shot.
Thanks to a user on BeyondSims for the contribution.