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List of cancelled 3DO Interactive Multiplayer games

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This is a list of cancelled games for the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.

List[edit]

There are currently 77 games on this list.[lower-alpha 1]

Title[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Genre Developer(s)[4][5][6] Publisher(s)[4][5][6] Planned Release Date/Last Year Developed or Mentioned Notes/Reasons
The 11th Hour Adventure, Interactive movie, Puzzle Trilobyte Virgin Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Absolute Zero First-person shooter N/A Domark 1 November 1995 [8]
Air Warrior Simulation N/A GameTek N/A [9]
Alone in the Dark 3 Survival horror N/A Infogrames 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Baldies Construction and management simulation, God game, Real-time strategy Creative Edge Software GameTek 1 March 1996 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[10][11]
Big Red Racing Racing Big Red Software Domark N/A N/A
B.I.O.S.Fear Adventure Zinc Studios All Systems Go Technologies 1 April 1995 Promotional press kit exists.[12][13]
Blackthorne Platform N/A Interplay Productions 1 July 1995 Artwork and screenshots and exists.[14]
Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain Action, Adventure Crystal Dynamics Crystal Dynamics 1 December 1995 Artwork exists.[15]
Caesar's World of Gambling Casino N/A Interplay Productions 1 November 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs: The Second Cataclysm Rail shooter Rocket Science Games BMG Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Chess War Chess Art Data Interactive Art Data Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay Fighting Interplay Productions Interplay Productions 1 July 1995 Only a single screenshot exists.[14]
ClockWerx Puzzle Axes Art Amuse Tokuma Shoten N/A [16]
Command & Conquer Real-time strategy Westwood Studios Virgin Interactive 1 February 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[17]
Cyberwar Action, Puzzle Sales Curve Interactive N/A N/A N/A
Descent First-person shooter, Shoot 'em up N/A Interplay Productions 1 July 1995 Artwork and screenshots and exists.[14]
Discworld Adventure Perfect 10 Productions Psygnosis 1 July 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[4]
Disruptor First-person shooter Insomniac Games Universal Interactive Studios 28 September 2012 Development was later transferred and released on PlayStation.[18]
Doom II First-person shooter Art Data Interactive Art Data Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Fighting Virgin Interactive Virgin Interactive 1 August 1995 Only a single screenshot exists.[19][20] No prototype has surfaced.
Dragon Ball Z: Cell To Kogeki Da Fighting Banpresto Bandai 1994 Conversion of the Sega System 32 arcade original Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S..[21] No prototype has surfaced.
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp Interactive movie ReadySoft ReadySoft 1996 A non-playable demo was included in the 3DO port of Brain Dead 13.[4]
Duelin' Firemen! Action, Adventure, Interactive movie RUNANDGUN!, Inc. RUNANDGUN!, Inc. 2 November 2018 Gameplay, making-of and promotional materials exists.[22] Soundtrack was leaked online in 2017.[22] Also planned for PC.[22] No prototype has surfaced.
Fast Draw Showdown Interactive movie, Light gun shooter American Laser Games American Laser Games 1 November 1996 Conversion of the arcade original. No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Firewolves N/A N/A GoldStar / LG Electronics 1 November 1995 [8]
Football: Defensive Backfield Sports Intellimedia Sports IntelliPlay N/A [23]
Football: Quarterback Sports Intellimedia Sports IntelliPlay N/A [24]
Football: Receiver Sports Intellimedia Sports IntelliPlay N/A [25]
Galaxian3: Project Dragoon First-person shooter Namco N/A 1 June 1994 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[26]
Golden Gate: Treasure by the Bay Adventure iXL Interactive Excellence The 3DO Company 15 January 2008 Released on PC. Artwork and promotional footage exists.[27]
Heart of Darkness Platform Amazing Studio Virgin Interactive 1 June 1994 Released on PC and PlayStation.[28]
Housekeeper Adventure HummingBirdSoft Panasonic 9 February 2015 Prototype exists but has not been made available online.[29]
In Your Face N/A Meta-Design N/A 1 November 1995 [8]
Ishar 3: The Seven Gates of Infinity Role-playing game Silmarils ReadySoft Incorporated 1 November 1994 Unknown if actual development on 3DO version started beyond announcement.[30]
Isis Adventure, Puzzle Snow Lion Entertainment Panasonic 1 July 1996 Released on PC. No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
The Lemmings Chronicles Puzzle DMA Design Psygnosis 1 July 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[4]
Loadstar: The Legend of Tully Bodine Rail shooter Rocket Science Games BMG Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
The Lost Vikings 2 Platform, Puzzle N/A Interplay Productions 1 July 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[4]
Magic Carpet Action Bullfrog Productions Electronic Arts 1 January 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[31]
Maximum Surge Action Digital Pictures Acclaim Distribution 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
McKenzie & Co Dating sim HeR Interactive American Laser Games 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Mega Man X3 Action, Platform Capcom Capcom 26 April 1996 Conversion of the SNES original. Artwork and screenshots and exists.[32][33] No prototype has surfaced.
Metal Gear Solid Action, Adventure, Stealth Konami Konami 3 July 2007 Development was later transferred and released on PlayStation.[34] Early conceptual artwork by Yoji Shinkawa exists in Policenauts Pilot Disk.[35]
Mieko N/A Digital Production Digital Production N/A [36]
Mirage Adventure N/A Atlantis Interactive 1 November 1995 [8]
Mortal Kombat 3 Fighting N/A Panasonic 1 December 2013 No prototype has surfaced.[37]
NHL 96 Sports Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 November 1995 No prototype has surfaced.[38]
Orbatak Action American Laser Games American Laser Games 1 July 1996 Conversion of the arcade original. No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors Party Imagineering Absolute Entertainment 14 March 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[39]
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Platform N/A Activision 1 March 1995 [40]
Powermonger Real-time strategy N/A N/A 15 November 2010 [41]
Prowler Simulator Origin Systems Electronic Arts 1 July 1996 Development was later transferred on PlayStation.[5][6] Also planned for Sega Saturn.
Rad The Rock Hopper N/A Crystal Oasis N/A 1 November 1995 [8]
Rayman Platform Ubi Studios Ubi Soft 1 March 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[42]
Return to Zork Adventure Activision Activision 1 May 1993 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[43]
Rock n' Roll Racing Racing N/A Interplay Productions 1 July 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[4]
Santa Fe Trail N/A American Laser Games American Laser Games N/A [44]
Scorched Earth Action Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 July 1993 Only a single screenshot exists.[45]
The Scottish Open: Virtual Golf Sports Core Design N/A 1 February 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[46]
Shellshock First-person shooter, Simulation, Vehicular combat Core Design N/A 1 February 1995 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[47]
Shootout at Old Tucson Interactive movie, Light gun shooter American Laser Games American Laser Games 1 July 1996 Conversion of the arcade original. No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Shredfest Sports Monkey Do Productions Electronic Arts Studios 1 March 1996 Artwork and screenshots and exists.[48] Also planned for PlayStation and Sega Saturn.[48] No prototype has surfaced.
Slam City with Scottie Pippen Interactive movie, Sports Digital Pictures Acclaim Distribution 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Solvalou First-person shooter Namco N/A 1 June 1994 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[26]
Soviet Strike Shooter Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 January 2008 Released on PlayStation and Sega Saturn.[49]
SSN-21 Seawolf Simulation John W. Ratcliff Electronic Arts 1 January 2008 [50]
Star Trek: The Next Generation – A World for All Seasons Adventure Spectrum HoloByte Spectrum HoloByte 1 March 1994 Screenshots exists.[51] No prototype has surfaced.
Star Wars Chess Chess The Software Toolworks N/A 1 June 1994 Unknown if actual development started on 3DO version beyond announcement.[26]
Tigernaut: Beyond the Stars N/A Videoact V LC Videoact V LC N/A [52]
Tomb Raider Action-adventure Core Design N/A 1 March 1995 [53]
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Fighting New Level Software Panasonic 1 September 1996 Advertized as 10% complete.[54]
Varuna's Forces First-person shooter, Rail shooter, Real-time strategy Accent Media Productions JVC 15 February 2009 Prototype exists but has not been made available online.[55]
Walker Shooter DMA Design N/A 26 November 2015 No prototype has surfaced.[56]
Waterworld Rail shooter N/A Interplay Productions 1 December 1995 Artwork and screenshots exists.[57] No prototype has surfaced.
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom Space combat simulation Origin Systems Electronic Arts 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]
Wing Nuts: Battle in the Sky Rail shooter Rocket Science Games BMG Interactive 1 July 1996 No prototype has surfaced.[5][6]

See also[edit]

  • List of 3DO Interactive Multiplayer games
  • Lists of video games

Notes[edit]

  1. This number is always up to date by this script.

References[edit]

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