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'''40 Winks''' was a platformer game developed by EuroCom, for the PlayStation. However, a Nintendo 64 version was planned, and was indeed at the very end of development, even receiving a review from the Official Nintendo Magazine. In late 1999, the publishers debated whether they should, in fact, release the game for the Nintendo 64, with IGN calling its future "uncertain".<ref>[http://uk.ign.com/articles/1999/12/17/40-winks-future-uncertain 40 Winks Future Uncertain]</ref> The carts were ready to be shipped, and yet, it was never released.
 
'''40 Winks''' was a platformer game developed by EuroCom, for the PlayStation. However, a Nintendo 64 version was planned, and was indeed at the very end of development, even receiving a review from the Official Nintendo Magazine. In late 1999, the publishers debated whether they should, in fact, release the game for the Nintendo 64, with IGN calling its future "uncertain".<ref>[http://uk.ign.com/articles/1999/12/17/40-winks-future-uncertain 40 Winks Future Uncertain]</ref> The carts were ready to be shipped, and yet, it was never released.
  
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Revision as of 13:51, 31 May 2015

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40 Winks was a platformer game developed by EuroCom, for the PlayStation. However, a Nintendo 64 version was planned, and was indeed at the very end of development, even receiving a review from the Official Nintendo Magazine. In late 1999, the publishers debated whether they should, in fact, release the game for the Nintendo 64, with IGN calling its future "uncertain".[1] The carts were ready to be shipped, and yet, it was never released.

The English, Spanish and Italian prototypes were released on a popular ROM-hosting website, and it can be discovered through a simple Google search. It is currently unknown why the game was cancelled.

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