CatDog: Saving Mean Bob (lost build of unreleased PlayStation/PC game based on Nickelodeon animated series; 2000)
CatDog: Saving Mean Bob was a cancelled action video game based on the popular Nicktoon CatDog for the original PlayStation and PC. Not much is known about it, other than the fact that Robert Lamoreaux worked on the game while he was also working on the PC game CatDog: Quest for the Golden Hydrant and that it would've been developed by KnowWare and published by Hasbro Interactive.
It is unknown if anyone involved in the game's production owns a prototype or if the game was even completed, as no other information can be found about the game. The game was most likely canned after the sale of Hasbro interactive to the French company Infogrames in January 2001.
There is evidence that this game was somewhat far along in production as there was a Blockbuster page created for the game along with promotion in media like Billboard Magazine in February 2000 and PSX Nation (which was owned by IGN). in March 1999.
Some higher quality images are present on Hasbro Interactive's 2000 Press Kit CD.
- IGN page for the game. Retrieved 15 Nov '17
- Archived Blockbuster page for the game. Retrieved 23 Sep '19
- Feb. 2000 issue of Billboard Magazine, which has a section on CatDog: Saving Mean Bob. Retrieved 25 Oct '16
- PSX Nation page on the game. Retrieved 23 Sep '19