Michel Ancel finds "lost" Rayman SNES game

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    Michel Ancel, creator of the platforming game series Rayman, has found a lost relic of the 1990s: A prototype of Rayman for the Super Nintendo. Deemed lost by the development team for 24 years, Ancel rediscovered it and posted a picture of it running on a European Super Nintendo on his Instagram feed.

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    According to Unseen64, a site dedicated to betas and unreleased games, Rayman was initially developed for the Super Nintendo, but when the CD-based technology of the Sony PlayStation launched, development moved to it. Rayman SNES was also set to have a 2 player co-op feature and the story was to star an 11 year old boy named Jimmy.
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  1. Justinde75

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    After 24 years... Jimmy has awakened
     
  2. VinLark

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    Now dump the rom and release it.
     
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    That never will happen though due to legal reasons plus it is not finished.
     
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    why
    volition released that saints row for the psp, so why not in this case?
     
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    I hope we get a sort of finished version of this on perhaps Rayman's anniversary.


    We need Jimmy.
     
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    Most devs just don't dump things like this. At most we'll see a gameplay video until someone unaffiliated with the rayman series either buys it and preserves it physically or dumps it and then does the former.

    but then again that'd take years.
     
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    I just had to do this.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Hopefully, the rom gets "leaked" by a random person...

    (It can't be "released" but it could still be leaked)
     
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    What I've just noticed is that SNES is a PAL model but it's got that adaptor on it and it's playing a NTSC game I'm guessing since it's running at 60hz
    and the problem with that is PAL SNES consoles cannot play games from other regions non stop to what I remember about the SNES

    It must be something with that adapter It must disable something within the console itself.
     
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    [[chants]] RELEASE! RELEASE! RELEASE! RELEASE!
     
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    Jimmy shall be our new saviour
     
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    This made my day
     
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    The developer most likely just doesn't know that EUR SNES is locked to 50FPS, opposed to the US and JPN systems. That adapter just disables the region check, it can't make a EUR SNES run 60Hz, that's only possible by modifying the console itself.
     
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    Import adapters have existed since the 90's
     
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    I know is a unfinished prototype but still no cart case? I wondered what that 1994 artwork would have looked like. Also i never seen that console before, my snes looks way different. :blink:
     
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    It's a European unit.
     
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    This is awesome news :)
     
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    And also the Japanese unit looks almost the same.
    Except it saying "Super Famicom" instead of SNES.
    [​IMG]
     
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