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18 minutes ago, VintageGamer74 said:

@Lost Dragon: Death Watch? Never heard of it. What time of game would have this been? 

 

I like 3-D but I grew up on 2-D. Just something about pixels, parallax scrolling and hand drawn graphics that captured me. I miss the days of the bit wars.

 

 

You might know it as Switch Death:

 

 

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@Lost Dragon: Wait! What? They canceled this???? This game looks very promising, or it did. Ugh! 

 

Thanks for sharing. 

 

Any chance someone could procure this, finish it and release it? Probably wishful thinking but a man can dream. 

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3 minutes ago, VintageGamer74 said:

@Lost Dragon: Wait! What? They canceled this???? This game looks very promising, or it did. Ugh! 

 

Thanks for sharing. 

 

Any chance someone could procure this, finish it and release it? Probably wishful thinking but a man can dream. 

Back in July 2003 Atari Age  poster  (Panamajoe), mailed Stewart Green of Data Design to ask what ever became of the game, Stewart replied that Atari stopped development before game was finished as they wanted to focus on 3D Enviroments as whilst 2D backdrops looked fantastic, they didn't appeal to the marketing department.

Sadly they’d lost all source code etc as this was stored on Jaguar Development systems, which had been lost.

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