Lost Video Games That Were Found

Lost Video Games That Were Found

May 24, 2022 0 By retrogamingdev

Lost Video Games That Were Found
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Every now and then a little gaming miracle happens; lost video games are found and preserved for all to enjoy. Today we’re looking at several cases of lost games, why they were cancelled, and how they were found, including Super Mario 64 Disk Version, Nuclear Rush and the SEGA VR, as well as The California Raisins and Bio Force Ape for the NES.

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Special Thanks: Daniel Lynch, Kenneth Hurley, Kevin McGrath, Marc Erikson, Rich Whitehouse, Ethan Johnson, Jeremy Smith, Frank Cifaldi, and CRV.

Research/Writing by Dylan Mansfield
Video Editing by TheCartoonGamer
Voice Over by Rezrospect @Rezrospect

Sources/Further Reading:
Jimmy130. “Photos 64DD : Super Mario 64 Disk Version.” Gamekult, 14 June 2014, https://ift.tt/Ezlpvq6. Accessed 1 May 2022.
Jimmy130. “Super Mario 64 Disk Version – Les informations.” Gamekult, 24 June 2014, https://ift.tt/zCT49Vd. Accessed 1 May 2022.
Lynch, Daniel. Personal Interview. 29 November 2020.
Pesce, Mark. “Learning from History: How to make VR bigger than the Web.” GHVR, 27 June 2016, https://ift.tt/BwqGFxX. Accessed 25 April 2022.
Hurley, Kenneth. Personal Interview. 6 July 2020.
Horowitz, Ken. “Interview: Kevin McGrath (Electronic Arts Programmer).” Sega-16, 1 February 2005, https://ift.tt/iFCZyXe. Accessed 25 April 2022
“Heavy Equipment.” Sega Visions Magazine, August/September 1993, pp. 92-95.
Robson, Wayde. “WARNING: 3D Video Hazardous to Your Health.” Audioholics, 25 June 2010, https://ift.tt/y2dV3Qo. Accessed 25 April 2022.
Whitehouse, Rich. “Sega VR Revived: Emulating An Unreleased Genesis Accessory.” The Video Game History Foundation, 20 November 2020, https://ift.tt/zYidkK4. Accessed 25 April 2022.
“Adventures In The Magic Kingdom And The California Raisins Game.” Nintendo Power Magazine, November/December 1989, p. 95.
Cifaldi, Frank. “Spotlight: California Raisins.” Lost Levels, 25 August 2003, https://ift.tt/oUF6vbr. Accessed 25 April 2022.
Johnson, Ethan. Interview with Rod Nakamoto. 9 October 2018.
Lundrigan, Jeff. “Nintendo Game of the Month: The California Raisins.” Game Player’s Magazine, January 1991, pp. 64-69.
Smith, Jeremy. Personal Interview. 14 April 2022.
Banks, Mike. “California Raisins (Unreleased, Nintendo Entertainment System)” NintendoPlayer, 21 January 2003, https://ift.tt/qaX369E. Accessed 25 April 2022.
Cowan, Danny. “Spotlight: Bio Force Ape.” Lost Levels, https://ift.tt/Z9ICv0V. Accessed 25 April 2022.
CRV. Interview with Chuck Vowell. 2010.
Meston, Zack. “Proto Patrol: Bio Farce Ape.” Video Game Collector Magazine, Spring 2006, p. 10.

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