Polygo Block [VB – Unreleased]

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Boom TV [PS2 – Cancelled]

In 2001, the British developer ‘Picturehouse Software’ (an internal studio of SCEE)  started work on an innovative puzzle game for PS2 called “Boom TV”. The game was built around the idea that most buildings and environment objects were destroyable. After the game was canned in 2002, the studio resumed work on “Lemmings Forever”, another unreleased PS2 game.


Doriho [XBOX – Japan Only!]

Update: thanks to Rororonoa we found out that this game was released in Japan as “DriHoo”, you can check a video below.. it looks interesting!

Bona fide Japanese Xbox games are rare things, which is why we’re quite excited by Doriho, a game by Highway Star. The game was very much in the Boulder Dash / Mr Driller vein, only with one big difference – Doriho was in full 3D. While digging underground on the hunt for treasure you would also had to fight various creatures such as goblins. Nicely, you’l have been able to drill them to pieces. This could have been an interesting game, but it was cancelled.

[Contribute by Matt Gander from www.gamesasylum.com]


Naughts & Crosses [SNES Special System]

Naughts & Crosses is puzzle game for the Super Nintendo, that was assumed  to be cancelled, but it was later found out that the game was added in special SNES systems for Airplanes and Hotels.  As Evan G From SNES Central has wrote in the U64 Forum:

I found out that Naughts and Crosses is not really an unreleased game! The game was designed for this SNES system used in airplanes. Nintendo used to have a website for the system, and there were a couple of other games made for the system (the only one I can recall is Hangman). Unfortunately, I didn’t bother to save the website describing the system, and it will likely be lost forever.

As OfAnAwesome as added in the same topic:

Naughts and Crosses, along with Hangman, are in commonly in SNES hotel units.

Thanks to SNES Central for these images!