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This is a page where users can request articles for lost media. Please note that this list is not heavily moderated, so before writing an article from this page, you should make sure that the media conforms to our eligibility rules.

It is also highly recommended that you include at least one reliable source confirming it exists (or had any production at all in the case of cancelled media), especially if the media in question is fairly obscure or hard to find information on.

Advertising/Interstitial Material[edit | edit source]

Animation[edit | edit source]

  • ABC Kids (partially found bumpers of ABC children's channel block; 2002-2011) [1]
  • Adult Swim (partially lost bumpers of Cartoon Network overnight block; 2001-present)
  • Bell Canada (partially found beaver ads for Canadian telecom company; 2005-2008) [2]
  • Carb Solutions (partially found series of TV commercials; 2001) (Should include the found Baby Shower commercial and the (now found) Airplane variant) [3]
  • Carlton Television (partially found bumpers of ITV region; 1993-2002) [4]
  • Cartoon Network "Cartoon Theatre" (partially found bumpers from channel block; 1998-2007) [5]
  • Cartoon Network "Fall" (partially found bumpers of CN channel block; 2007-2008) [6]
  • Cartoon Network "The News Fridays" (partially found host segments of CN channel block; 2003-2007) [7]
  • Cartoon Network "Summer 2007" (partially found bumpers of CN channel block; 2007) [8]
  • Cartoon Network "YES!" (partially found CN channel bumpers; 2006-2007) [9]
  • CBBC (partially found idents of BBC children's channel block; 1985-present) [10]
  • Central Independent Television (partially found bumpers of ITV region; 1985-1999) [11]
  • Disney Channel (partially found "We'll Be Right Back" and "Back To The Show" bumpers of children's TV channel; late 2002-present) [12]
  • Eddie Retractorhead (partially found British Nicktoons animated short series; 2008) [13]
  • Feetface (partially found bumpers from Noggin channel; 2002-2003) [14]
  • Frankenguy and the Professor (partially lost Playhouse Disney interstitial short series; late 1990s-early 2000s) [15]
  • General Cinema (partially found feature presentation and other ID trailers from American movie theatre chain; 1935-2002) [16]
  • Henry & June’s Nicktoon Summer Jam (partially found bumpers of Nickelodeon summer block; 1999-2000) Some of the found bumpers.
  • Jetix (partially found bumpers of children's channel block; 2004-2010) [17]
  • Kids' WB! (partially found bumpers of children's channel block; 1995-2006) [18]
  • Léon (partially found English dub of CBC animated short series; 2007-2008)
  • The Mr. Men Show (partially found Cartoon Network press kit; late 2000s) [19]
  • Nickelodeon "Friday Night Nicktoons" (partially found bumpers from Nickelodeon channel block; mid 2002-mid 2004) [20]
  • Nickelodeon "Nick at Nite" (partially found bumpers from Nickelodeon block; 1985-present) [21]
  • Nickelodeon "Night Vision" bumpers (lost ads for a New Zealand late-night programming block; 2007/2008-2010) Aired between 10 P.M and 6 A.M.
  • Nicktoons (partially found bumpers of children's TV channel; 2002-present) [22]
  • Nicktoon World News (partially found bumpers of Nickelodeon block; 2001) [23] 6 were found so far, but it’s not known if more were made.
  • Nick Jr. "Face" (partially found promo bumpers of children’s channel block; 1994-2004) [24]
  • Nick Jr. "Piper O'Possum" (partially found promo bumpers of children’s channel block; 2004-2007) [25]
  • Noggin (partially found interstitials from children's TV channel; 1999-2009) [26]
  • Noggin/Nick Jr. Classics (partially found British programming block; 2004-2010) [27]
  • Playhouse Disney (partially found bumpers of children's channel block; 1997-2011) [28]
  • Ranger Rick And His Merry Band (partially found TV commercial based on magazine; 1970s) [29]
  • The Judge Fudge Adventure Power Hour (partially found Spin-off of Drawn Together; 2007)
  • Robots (lost American IMAX TV spot; 2005)
  • Toon Disney (partially found bumpers of children's TV channel; 1998-2001) [30]
  • Treehouse TV (partially found bumpers of Canadian children's TV channel; 1997-present) [31]
  • Willie Survive (partially lost episodes of ABC PSA series; 1982-1983) (read description) Audio from the third episode has resurfaced.
  • Pokémon "It Takes Two" (lost promotional commercial for RPG game; early 2000s)

Live Action[edit | edit source]

  • Ad of the Year (partially found ITV clip show series; 2009-2011) [32]
  • Hanna-Barbera Dingue Dong (partially found French kid show block; 1990s) [33]
  • HBO Family (partially found bumpers of HBO channel block; 1998-2011) [34]
  • Jib and Crash: The Hollywood Sneaks (partially found Cartoon Network promo bumpers; 2008) [35]
  • Natalie's Backseat Traveling Web Show (partially found Nickelodeon interstitial series; 1997) [36]
  • Nickelodeon (lost sign-off bumper from Nickelodeon block; 1979-1981) [37]
  • Pick Boy's Awesome Summer Job Search (partially found Nickelodeon Block/Interstitials; 2005) [38] A promo for this show has recently resurfaced "from 1:39-2:09" that appears to be about one of Nick's stars Pick Boy "Played by Jeff Sutphen" trying out various jobs throughout the Summer.
  • S4C (partially lost "dragon idents" from British TV channel; 1993-2006) [39]
  • Subway (partially found Jared Fogle commercials; 2000-2015)
  • The Wiggles (partially found marketing commercials/promos featuring children's group; 1990s-2010s) [40] [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] [49]

Audio/Dubbing[edit | edit source]

Animation[edit | edit source]

  • The Adventures of Bunny Bravo (lost unreleased English dub of Chinese animated movie "Brave Rabbit")
  • Adventures of the Little Koala "The Moon Goddess" (lost English dub of anime episode; 1987)
  • The Adventures of Sindbad the Sailor (lost English dub of Japanese animated film; 1962)
  • After School Midnighters (partially found English dub of anime film; 2012)
  • Around the World in Eighty Dreams (lost English dub of "Les Aventures de Carlos")
  • Aniyoko: My Next Door Neighbor/Animal Yokocho (lost English dub of anime series; 2008)
  • Bleu L'Enfant de la Terre/Blue The Earth Child (lost English dub)
  • Bunny Maloney (partially lost English dub)
  • Casper (TV series; 1966) (lost English audio for several episodes)
  • Cat Tales (partially found English dub of French animated series; 1990s)[50]
  • Cosmic Baton Girl Comet-san/Princess Comet (lost Omni Productions English dub)
  • Chosoku Spinner (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Chō-Bakuretsu I-Jigen Menko Battle Gigant Shooter Tsukasa (lost English dub), dubbed Go Gigant
  • Clockwork Fighters Hiwou's War (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Cyber Tribe (lost English dub of "Bola Cyber") [51]
  • Daa! Daa! Daa! (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Daigunder (lost English dub; episodes 29-39) [52]
  • The D.A.R.E. Report: The Land of Decisions & Choices (partially lost English dub; early 1990s?)
  • Detective School Q (lost Animax dub)
  • Digimon Frontier (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Digimon Tamers (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Dondon Domeru to Ron (lost original Japanese dub of Belgian-Japanese animated series; 1988-1989)
  • Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (lost Frontier Enterprises English dub of anime film; 1987) [53]
  • Dragoon (lost English dub) [54]
  • Dream Dimension Hunter Fedora (lost English dub) [55][56]
  • Eagle Riders (lost Saban dub) The dub has been found in its entirety last time I checked. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Engie Benjy (lost Australian dub; 2002-2010)
  • Fantastic Children (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Fist of the North Star & 2 (partially found original broadcast audio of anime series; 1984-1988)
  • Force Five (partially found English dubs of various anime mecha series; 1980-1985)
  • Godmars (lost English dub of compilation movie)
  • The Gokusen (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Haibane Renmei (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Heidi (lost English Cartoon Network India dub)
  • Hot Space Cowboys (lost English dub of "Legend of the Blue Wolves") [57]
  • Hurricane Polymar: Holy Blood (lost English dub)[58]
  • Hungry Heart - Wild Striker (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Hungry Heart - Wild Striker (lost Hong Kong English dub produced for Animax dub)
  • Jewelpet (lost Omni Productions English dub)
  • Journey to the Heart of the World (partially found English dub of French animated series; 1993) One episode of the dub has surfaced online, though it's a rough cut made before it would air on television. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Little Ghost Q-Taro (lost English dub of anime series; 1975)[59] Nothing else about this seems to have ever been found, but it looks like it aired in the US. It's also referenced on TVTropes interestingly enough. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Little Monsters: The Adventures of Koby & the Oakey Dokeys (lost English dub)
  • Little Vampire / Petit Vampire (lost English dub) [60] [61] [62]
  • Mechander Robo (lost Philippines English dub; episodes 2-35)[63][64]
  • MegaMan NT Warrior "SpoutMan's New Hero!" (lost English dub of anime episode; 2005)
  • Megaman NT Warrior Beast English Dubbed (dubbed version aired only in Canada during mid-2000s)
  • Miracle Girls (lost Fox Kids English dub; existence unconfirmed; 1995-1996)[65] Presumably this was on some local channel that held Fox Kids at the time. Likely one in a region where few people lived at considering that it's not been confirmed to exist then. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Mirmo Zibang! (lost English dub by Ocean Productions) Seemingly different entry from the Singaporean English dub.
  • Mister Ajikko (lost English dub pilot of anime series)
  • Ninku (lost English dub)
  • Musti (partially found English dub of Dutch animated series; 1969)
  • Ninja Robots (lost English dub; episodes 21-49)
  • Nintama Rantaro (lost English Singapore dub; dubbed as "Ninja Boy")
  • Nu, Pogodi! (lost Eastern Bloc and Caucasian dubs; 1970s-2005)
  • Obocchama-Kun (lost English Indian dub)
  • Pleasant Goat and the Big Big Wolf (partially found English dubs of Chinese cartoon; 2010s)
  • Potatoes and Dragons (partially lost English dub)
  • The Prince of Light: The Legend of Ramayana (lost English dub of anime film; 2001)
  • The Prince of Tennis (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Princess Sarah (lost English dubs of anime series; unknown dates) 2 different dubs are said to exist; one that aired on Animax's English language networks and another that aired on Cartoon Network in Southeast Asia. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Problem Child: The Animated Series (found original English audio)
  • Reporter Blues (lost English dub) By Privateer Pictures.
  • Rescue Rabbit (partially found English dub of 2014 German movie "Der Kleine Medicus"; 2016)
  • Shrek (lost Mike Myers audio without Scottish accent; 1999-2000) [66]
  • Stratos 4 (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Saban’s Gulliver’s Travels (lost English dub)
  • Sanmao (lost English dub) [67]
  • Sea Princesses (partially lost English dub)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (lost Japanese dub of American animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1993-1995)
  • Sonic X (lost Veronica Taylor English audio for anime based on game series; 2006) [68]
  • The Sneezing Magician (lost English dub of "Hakushon Daimaou"; late 1990s)
  • Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (lost original intro; 1937) Page exists on the Lost Media Archive, but there's not enough effort put into it and it has little evidence of existence itself.
  • Spiff And Hercules (partially found English dub of animated series; late 1980s-mid 1990s?) [69]
  • Super Why! (partially found British dub of PBS Kids CGI animated series; 2007) [70] [71]
  • Tamagotchi! (lost GMA/ALTA Productions Tagalog English dub)
  • Tamagotchi! "What!? Anpan Criminal", "Stop Right There! Thief Papillon!", and "Mackerel? The Kuchipatchi of Truth" (lost English Dubbed episodes; 2009)
  • Through My Own Eyes (partially found full professional recording of "Liberty's Kids" theme song; existence unconfirmed)
  • A Troll in Central Park - Buddy Hackett and Robert Morley audio (lost recordings from musical fantasy-comedy film; 1994) [72]
  • The Twins at St. Clare's (lost English dub of anime)
  • Total Drama Island "Total Drama Drama Drama Drama Island" (found English original version of alternative "Gwen Version"; 2007-2008) [73]
  • What's New, Scooby-Doo? (partially found unreleased songs from animated TV series; 2002-2006)
  • Woezel en Pip (lost English dub of Dutch animated series; 2014)
  • Yobarete Tobidete Akubi-chan (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Zipang (lost English Singapore dub)

Live Action[edit | edit source]

  • 1000 Ways To Die (partially found UK dub of American TV series; 2010s)
  • Balamory (partially found US dub; 20??-20??) [74]
  • Blade Runner 2049 (partially found original Jóhann Jóhannsson score; 2017)
  • Child's Play (lost Jessica Walter audio of horror-comedy film; 1988) [75]
  • Godzilla 2000: Millennium (lost export dub)
  • Johnson and Friends (partially found US dubs of Australian TV show) [76]
  • The Last Woman (lost original French audio of French-Italian film; 1976)
  • LazyTown - Action Time! (lost unaired original version of "LazyTown Extra"; 2008) Only aired in English in the UK. Some episodes of the original version have resurfaced in high quality. Differences from the UK-aired version include the title of the series (and thus the end of the intro), title cards, and puppets' voice actors.
  • The Legend of the Lone Ranger - Klinton Spilsbury's original dialogue (lost audio of western film; 1981) For context on this entry, Spilsbury's infamous behaviour on the set of the film lead to his entire performance being dubbed over by actor James Keach. None of his original audio has been released to this day.
  • Teletubbies (partially found US dub; 1998-2008)
  • Tweenies (lost US dub; 2003-2006)
  • Ultraman Tiga (partially lost 4Kids English dub of TV series; 2002-2003)

Other[edit | edit source]

  • Freddie Gage - All My Friends Are Dead (lost recordings of vinyl; early 1960s)
  • Lord of the Rings 12-part BBC radio adaptation (1955-1956)
  • Shadow The Hedgehog Ryan Drummond Sonic Audio (unused voice performance from action platformer; existence unconfirmed; 2005)
  • Téléchat (lost English dub) Season one at least was dubbed; was run on The Children's Channel in the UK in the early 1990s.
  • Vocaloid KAITO Append Dropped Voicebank (dropped since the software moved from V2 to V3)

Comics[edit | edit source]

  • The Adventures of Tintin: Tintin and Alph-Art (lost unfinished ending of graphic novel; 1986) [77]
  • Archie Sonic the Hedgehog "Issue 291" (partially found production material of cancelled comic book; 2017) [78] [79]
  • Boom! Studios - Disney/Pixar comics (rare comic book series; 2008-2010) [80]
  • Ghost Hunt "Volume 12" (lost Del Rey/Tanoshimi English translation of comic; existence unconfirmed; date unknown) [81] Both companies shut down before its release, not even sure if there is anything.
  • Hugo Hercules (partially lost first superhero comic; 1902-1903)[82][83][84][85]
  • Silent Hill comics "Cage of Cradle" and "Double under Dusk" (comics published by Konami for a limited time in a now-defunct Japan-only cell phone service in 2006 and 2007, respectively) [86] [87]
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "Mirage Universe" (partially found sourcebook; 2009) [88] [89]
  • Walter Melon and the Oness-hup-Honat-ime Island (partially lost pages of French comic series; 1990s)
  • Sonichu 14-17 (lost unreleased issues of infamous webcomic) Likelihood of this being finished/released is highly unlikely due to Chris Chan being in prison on incest charges.

Films/Shorts[edit | edit source]

Animation[edit | edit source]

  • Anastasia (lost early draft of 20th Century Fox animated film; mid-1990s) [90]
  • Astro Boy (lost early production material of manga adaptation film; 1997-2009) [91]
  • The Aristocats II (lost early production material of cancelled Disney animated direct-to-video film sequel; 2005-2006) [92]
  • Betty Boop MGM/Zanuck Co. (lost production material of cancelled animated film; 1993) [93]
  • Blue Planet (lost cancelled CGI animated film; 1998-2002) [94] [95]
  • Bollywood Superstar Monkey (lost production material of cancelled DreamWorks animated film; date unknown) [96]
  • Calling All Robots (lost cancelled Disney/ImageMovers animated kaiju film; 2008-2011) [97]
  • Cats (lost unfinished Steven Spielberg animated adaptation of musical; 1997) [98] I have the script for this, and I'm willing to share if the article is made. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Cat Tale (lost production material of cancelled unreleased Imagi Studios animated film; 2007) [99]
  • Crood Awakening (lost production material of original Aardman version of DreamWorks animated film; 2005-2007)
  • The Croods: A New Age (partially found original version of DreamWorks animated sequel; 2013-2016)
  • Days of Liberty (lost WABC animated special; 1976) [100] [101]
  • Donald Duck: Lost in Time (found Java store short featuring Donald Duck and his travels through time in the span of 13 episodes) [102]
  • Donald-Scrooge Opus (lost production material of unproduced Donald Duck short based off of Uncle $crooge comics; late 1950s) [103]
  • Dragon Ball Z: The Real 4-D at Super Tenkaichi Budokai (partially lost short film based on anime series; 2017) [104] [105]
  • Escape From Planet Earth (lost early drafts of animated film; 2007-2013)
  • Ferngully (lost director's cut of Warner Bros animated film; 1992)
  • Forever Like the Rose (lost unreleased Seals & Crofts animated film; 1978) [106] [107]
  • Freddie Goes to Washington (lost production material of cancelled sequel to Freddie as F.R.O.7; date unknown) [108] The script is out there. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Untitled Halloween Anime Project (lost unproduced (possibly never started, but likely did receive entries for their poster design contest) Simon Tse Productions & Westgate project based on horror franchise; 2003) [109] [110]
  • Happy Feet (lost "Adult Mumble" assets of CGI animated musical film; 2006) [111]
  • Happy Tree Friends (lost pre-web series animated film for Happy Tree Friends; existence unconfirmed; 1995)
  • Heroes And Monsters (lost Israeli CGI animated fantasy film; dates unknown) [112]
  • Jack & Ben’s Animated Adventure (lost production material for cancelled Laika animated film; 2005-2008) [113]
  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius "Genius, Sheenius or Inbetweenius" (found altered version of Nickelodeon animated film; 2007) [114]
  • Joe Jump (lost unproduced early draft of "Wreck It Ralph" Disney animated film; date unknown) [115]
  • Kamen Senshi Lavithunder (lost unreleased anime; 1986-1987) [116]
  • The Kid (lost animated made-for-TV movie; 2001)[117] Most of what shows up is videos of the 2001 VHS of the 2000 live-action Disney movie of the same name. Nothing else on this movie exists on the internet it seems. Weirdly enough, some messing around with Google Images suggests that it then got adapted into a TV series of sorts with 22-minute episodes (no idea how many episodes there actually are however). - Extreme Wreck 2000
    Per article at Cartoon Research[118], the "movie" was three episodes stitched together and those three episodes were all that was produced. All three are on YouTube.[119] - earbox
  • Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo (lost anime OVA film; 1985) [120]
  • Koochie Koochie Hota Hai (lost unreleased Hindi animated film; 2010) [121] The film may or may not be released later this year, though updates surrounding it have been vague.
  • Kung Fu Panda 3 (lost Rebel Wilson audio recordings of DreamWorks animated comedy film; 2016) [122]
  • Laughter in the Dark (lost book-based drama film; 1969) [123]
  • The Lorax (lost early treatment of Illumination Dr Seuss adaptation; 2012)
  • The Legend Of Tembo (lost cancelled CGI animated film; 2012-2014)
  • The Magic 7 (lost production material of unproduced animated environmental television film; 1997-2005) [124][125]
  • Maze Bakunetsu Jikuu: Tenpen Kyoui no Giant (lost anime film; 1998) [126]
  • Monkeys Of Mumbai/Mumbai Musical (lost production material of cancelled Dreamworks animated musical film; 2017) [127]
  • My Cool Dad (partially found unreleased animated film; 2016-2017)
  • My Little Pony: The Movie (lost production material of cancelled film adaptation of third generation "My Little Pony" series; 2003) [128] Not to be confused with the 1986 film or the 2017 film of the same name.
  • The Off-Beats (lost production material of cancelled planned film; 1990s) I cannot find anything about this online, so there's likely an insufficient number of sources on the film. - R.
  • Oilspot and Lipstick (lost Disney animated short; 1987) [129]
  • Oldzilla (lost unreleased animated "Godzilla" parody film; date unknown)
  • Once Upon A Forest (lost deleted scenes from Hanna-Barbera animated film; 1993) [130]
  • OZ3D (lost unreleased CGI animated "Wizard Of Oz" adaptation; 2011-2014)
  • A Penguin Story (lost original version of "The Pebble and the Penguin" animated film; 1991-1995)[131]
  • Peter Pan (lost David Hall version of Disney animated film; 1939-1940) [132]
  • Pikmin - Cheer Up (partially found rumored anime based on real-time strategy puzzle game series; existence unconfirmed; late 2000s) LSuperSonicQ video
  • Planes/Cars spinoff (lost untitled cancelled Disneytoon Studios film; 2018) [133]
  • Pokémon: The First Movie (lost early version of anime series film; 1999) [134] Based on the YouTube video: Myutsuu no Gyakushuu first trailer.
  • Ralph Breaks The Internet (lost early drafts of "Wreck-It Ralph" Disney animated-comedy film sequel; 2014-2018) [135]
  • Rapunzel's Etymology of Zero (lost unreleased animated short film; 2016) [136]
  • Sweating Bullets (partially lost early version of Home on the Range; 1995-2004) [137]
  • Robots (lost director's cut of CGI animated film; 2005)
  • Rock-a-Doodle (lost early version of Don Bluth animated film; 1991) [138]
  • Rupert (lost production material of cancelled film based on animated series; 2001/2002) [139]
  • Sharkslayer (lost early draft of "Shark Tale" animated film; 2004) [140]
  • Snowballs (lost pre-cursor to "Balto" animated film; dates unknown)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (lost production material of unmade movie adaptations of video game franchise; 2003) [141]
  • South Park "All Hell Breaks Loose" (lost/unreleased original cut of "Bigger, Longer and Uncut" animated comedy film; 1999) [142]
  • Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron (lost early draft of Dreamworks animated film; early 2000s) [143]
  • Spore (lost production material of cancelled film adaptation of life simulation real-time strategy game; 2009) [144]
  • The SpongeBob Movie: It's a Wonderful Sponge (partially found original version of "Sponge on the Run" animated film; 2018-2019) The deleted scenes found on the Canada-exclusive Blu-ray set of the film may be from this draft of the film. - Connor64
  • Starpoint Academy (lost production material of cancelled Gene Roddenberry animated film; 2003) [145]
  • Strawberry Fields Forever (lost production material of cancelled "Yellow Submarine" sequel film; late 1990s) Link to facts about the film where the sequel is mentioned. According to the book, 50 Greatest Movies Never Made, there was apparently a sequel on work but later the film was cancelled.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (lost production material of proposed CGI animated film; early 2000s) [146][147]
  • The Three Pigs (lost production material of cancelled Disney film adaptation of David Weisner children's book; 2003)[148]
  • Tinker Academy (lost production material of cancelled seventh installment of "Tinker Bell" animated film franchise; 2015) [149]
  • Tinker Bell and Jiminy Cricket (lost NSFW Disney pencil test; late 1950s-early 1960s) [150]
  • The Tortoise and the Hare (lost/unreleased Brad Bird animated short film; early 1970s) [151] [152]
  • The Wizard Of Oz (lost unfinished animated "Wizard Of Oz" adaptation; 2006)
  • Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer (lost deleted scene of animated film; 1984) [153]
  • Weebl and Bob (lost flash animated short series; early 2000s) [154] The MAIN SERIES, not the MTV exclusive shorts that have been found.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit (partially found early version of Disney animated film; early 1980s) [155][156] [157] [158] This is the only known mainstream Disney-branded release of the movie, as everywhere else is branded as Miramax-only. As shown on the back cover, Miramax is still labelled but pushed back to a secondary label here. The cover is the only thing found, the actual contents of the disk and all advertisements for this particular release are currently lost.
  • Ringelgasse 19/Fennel Vennel 19 (pilot episode from fall 2010) Information about this is only on Wikipedia.

Live Action[edit | edit source]

  • 432 Park (found short film; 2013) [159]
  • The Abduction of an Actress (lost silent film; 1907)
  • Akbar's Adventure Tours (partially found simulator ride film; 1998-2007) [160]
  • The Adventures Of Thomas (lost production material of cancelled "Thomas The Tank Engine" reboot film; 2010-2014) [161]
  • Aloma of the South Seas (lost comedy-drama film; 1926) [162]
  • The Amazing Spider-Man (partially found deleted scenes from superhero duology; 2012-2014) [163] [164]
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 3 (lost production material of cancelled superhero film; 2014-2016) [165]
  • The American Venus (partially found comedy film; 1926) [166]
  • The Amuseument Park (found George A. Romero horror film; 1973)
  • The Ancestress (partially lost horror-drama film; 1919)
  • Around the World in Eighteen Days (lost film serial; 1923) [167]
  • A Timely Repentance (partially found Mary Pickford short film; 1912) [168]
  • At Midnight in the Graveyard / В полночь на кладбище (lost Russian horror-drama film; 1910)
  • Atuk (lost scenes of cancelled film; existence unconfirmed; 1970s-1980s) [169] There was an article on the script itself, which isn't lost, but scenes may have been filmed.
  • The Avengers (lost deleted scene from superhero film; 2012) [170]
  • The Bachelor Daddy (lost comedy film; 1922) [171]
  • Back to the Soil (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [172]
  • Bake Jizo/Jizo the Ghost (lost Japanese horror short film; 1898)
  • Banned Film Festival (partially found film festival movies; date unknown) [173] Only one film to date, Chopper Down: Helicopter Deaths in the Movies, has been found in 2007.
  • The Basement (found horror anthology; 1989) [174] - Is this talking about the 1989 Anthology? - TheMovieFan1998
  • The Basilisk (lost horror film; 1914)
  • Batman Unchained (lost script of cancelled Schumacher Batman sequel film; late 1990s-early 2000s) [175]
  • The Beautiful and Damned (lost drama film; 1922) [176]
  • Ben 7 (found Indonesian soap opera; 2009) [177]
  • The Better Way (lost short film; 1911) [178]
  • The Black Butterfly (lost drama film; 1916) [179]
  • The Black Box (lost science-fiction serial; 1915)
  • Black-eyed Susan (lost comedy-thriller film; 2004) [180] Creator has a copy. Failed to gain access.
  • The Blob (lost production material of cancelled Rob Zombie remake; 2009) [181]
  • Blotto (lost original uncensored version of Laurel and Hardy pre-code comedy film; 1930) [182]
  • Bogard (lost X-rated cut of action movie; 1970s) [183] Article also mentions Get Fisk AKA Bogard 2.
  • Boogie Town (lost unreleased dance film; trailer released; 2009) [184]
  • Bride of the Regiment (lost Pre-code musical film; 1930) [185]
  • Bully (lost R-rated cut of school documentary film; 2011)[186]
  • The Caddy's Dream (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [187]
  • The Call of the Song (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [188]
  • Caprice (lost Mary Pickford film; 1913) [189]
  • Casper (lost deleted scenes of live-action Casper the friendly ghost adaptation; 1995)
  • The Case of Sergeant Grischa (lost Pre-code drama film; 1930) [190]
  • Cats (partially found early preview version of musical film; 2019) [191] This is the version without the fixed VFX.
  • Captain Kidd, Jr. (partially found Mary Pickford film; 1919) [192]
  • Carnage Hall (lost slasher movie; 1988) [193]
  • Caught in the Act (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [194]
  • The Cave of the Silken Web II (lost sequel to Chinese film; 1930) [195]
  • Charles Band (lost unproduced works of cult movie director; 1983-2005) [196]
  • Charlie Chan (lost films of fictional Honolulu police detective; 1926-1934) [197]
  • Children of the Corn (lost "Blue Man" deleted scene from horror film; 1984) [198]
  • Childs Play (lost production material of cancelled reboot of film of horror franchise; 2008-2010) [199]
  • Childs Play (lost original 3-hour cut of horror film; 1988) [200]
  • The City Gone Wild (lost film; 1927)
  • A Clockwork Orange (lost deleted scenes from dystopian-crime film; 1971) [201]
  • Clock Tower (found production material of cancelled movie based on Video Game; 2007-2013) [202] I have the script, and am willing to share it if the article gets written. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Conquest (found romantic comedy film; 1998) [203] How the heck this became lost for a while is a mystery to me. Maybe someone else can skim through the film (or watch it in its entirety if it ain't crap) to see what led to the whole debacle. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Convert (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [204]
  • A Country Hero (lost Roscoe Arbuckle comedy film; 1917) [205]
  • The Courting of Mary (lost Mary Pickford short comedy film; 1911) [206]
  • Crank from 5th B (lost original widescreen color version of Soviet children’s comedy film; 1972) This Soviet Children's movie (original Russian title: Чудак из пятого "Б", Translit. Chudak iz pyatogo B) was filmed in widescreen color. Can’t find any information about a widescreen color version of the film. - Corvene
  • Crusade (lost cancelled Paul Verhoeven movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; 1990s) [207]
  • A Cry in the Night (lost horror film; 1915)
  • Curious George (lost live-action early drafts/production materials of children's book adaption; 1990-2001) [208]
  • Dance with Death / Пляска смерти (lost horror film; 1916)
  • A Dark Lantern (lost drama film; 1920) [209]
  • Day of the Tiger (lost Ultra Violent Kung Fu Movie; 1980; existence unconfirmed)
  • Demolition of the Russian Monument at San Stefano (lost Turkish documentary film; 1914) Original Turkish title: "Ayastefanos'taki Rus Abidesinin Yıkılışı". [210]
  • Desire (lost F.W. Murnau horror film; 1921)
  • Dirty Dishes (lost French drama film by Joyce Buñuel; 1978) [211]
  • Dirty Work (lost unreleased R-rated cut of Norm McDonald comedy film; 1998) [212]
  • The Divorcee (lost Pre-code drama film; 1919) [213]
  • Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom (lost production material of cancelled sequel film; early-mid 1980s) [214]
  • Dorothy, The Kansas City Pothead (partially found unfinished John Waters film; 1968)
  • Doom (lost production material of cancelled video game movie; 1994) [215]
  • Dr. Gourdon's System aka The Lunatics (partially lost silent horror film; 1913)
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (lost short horror film; 1908) [216]
  • Dr. Shagtez (lost horror film about a manical doctor; re-edited into Evil Town; 1977) [217]
  • Easy Rider (lost deleted scenes of indie-drama film; 1969) [218]
  • Edge of Tomorrow (lost science fiction film produced by June and Ron Ormond and starring Reinhold O. Schmidt; 1961) [219]
  • The Eisbraut (lost German science-fiction horror film; 1913) "The four-act film with a length of 1,198 meters passed the film censorship on November 3, 1913, and was banned from showing. It is currently not possible to determine when the film was shown for the first time." - ZXC.Wiki Article
  • El Refugio Del Miedo (lost Spanish drama-horror film; 1974) [220] AKA: Creation of the Damned; Survivors of the Last Race. - How is this lost? It had a VHS release.
  • Empires Of The Deep (lost unreleased US-Chinese fantasy film; 2011) [221]
  • Eraserhead (lost deleted scenes from director's cut of horror film; 1977) [222]
  • The Escape (lost drama film; 1914)
  • Escape From Miami (found director's cut of "Miami Connection" independent martial arts film; 1987)
  • Esmerelda (lost Mary Pickford film; 1915) [223]
  • The Eternal Sea (lost theme park short film; 1983-1984) [224]
  • A Face in the Window (lost horror film; 1920) Not to be confused with Tod Slaughter's 1939 version.
  • Fahrenheit 11/9 (lost original version of Michael Moore documentary; 2018)
  • The Fair Dentist (lost Mary Pickford short comedy film; 1911) [225]
  • Fanboys (lost cuts of Star Wars-themed film) [226]
  • Fanchon the Cricket (partially lost Mary Pickford drama film; 1915) [227]
  • Filthy Frank Movie (lost movie based on internet show; existence unconfirmed; date unknown) [228]
  • The Fisher-Maid (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [229]
  • Forever (lost romantic-drama film; 1921) [230]
  • Forever Yours (partially found unreleased Mary Pickford film; 1930) [231]
  • For Her Brother's Sake (lost Mary Pickford short romantic-drama film; 1911) [232]
  • For the Queen's Honor (lost Mary Pickford short-drama film; 1911) [233]
  • The Foundling (lost original version of Mary Pickford drama film; 1915) [234]
  • A Game Chicken (lost romantic-comedy film; 1922) [235]
  • A Gasoline Engagement (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1911) [236]
  • A Gentleman of Leisure (lost remake of comedy film; 1923) [237]
  • The Ghost Breaker (lost film; 1914)
  • The Ghost of Twisted Oaks (lost horror film; 1915)
  • Ghostbuster III: Hellbent (partially found screenplay of cancelled sci-fi comedy film sequel; 1993-2007) [238]
  • George of the Jungle (lost director's cut footage from adventure-comedy film; 1997) [239]
  • First Love, Fatal Love (lost documentary about AIDS; 1991)
  • Girl Interrupted (lost director's cut of drama film; 1998) [240]
  • A Girl of Yesterday (lost Mary Pickford comedy film; 1915) [241]
  • The Glorious Adventure (lost drama film; 1918) [242]
  • The Grey Dame (lost/impossible to find horror-crime Danish film; 1909) Could be a prelude to a serial, unclear.
  • Godzilla 3D to the MAX (lost production material of cancelled kaiju film; 2007-2009)[243] Was dropped in favor of making Godzilla (2014).
  • A Good Little Devil (partially found Mary Pickford film; 1914) [244]
  • Goosebumps (lost production material of unproduced film adaptation of R.L Stine book series; 1990s) [245]
  • Guardianes De La Dimensión Prohibida (partially found Mexican action-mystery film; 1994) [246]
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (lost unreleased San Diego Comic-Con teaser trailer of superhero film; 2016) [247]
  • Gump & Co. (lost script of cancelled "Forrest Gump" sequel film; 2001-2007) [248]
  • Gun Self-Defense for Ladies (found Adam Johnston cameo from Derek Savage documentary film; 2016)
  • The Gunsaulus Mystery (lost race film; 1921) [249]
  • Halloween 3D (found production material of cancelled sequel to horror film franchise; 2009) [250] The script is online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Halloween Returns (found production material of cancelled sequel to horror film franchise; 2015) [251] Two drafts of the script are online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Hands Up! (lost Tod Browning western film; 1917)
  • Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story (partially lost original version of documentary; 2017-2018)[252]
  • The Hateful Eight (lost 70mm cut of western-thriller film; 2015) [253]
  • Hearts Adrift (lost Mary Pickford short romance film; 1914) [254]
  • Heba, the Snake Woman (lost horror film; 1915)
  • Her Darkest Hour (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [255]
  • Hilde Warren and Death (partially lost German horror-drama film; 1917)
  • Hippie Hippie Shake (lost unreleased British drama film; 2007)[256][257]
  • High Spirits (lost original unreleased Neil Jordan cut of fantasy-comedy film; 1988) [258]
  • His Dress Shirt (lost short comedy film; 1911) [259]
  • The Hobbit (lost 48FPS version of fantasy-adventure film; 2012) [260]
  • Honor Thy Father (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1912) [261]
  • How Could You, Jean? (lost Mary Pickford comedy-drama film; 1918) [262]
  • The Immortal Alamo (lost short western film; 1911) [263]
  • The Incredible Mr. Limpet (lost production materials from cancelled Jim Carrey remake of live-action/animated comedy film; 1996-1999) [264]
  • Inglourious Basterds (lost cut Maggie Cheung and Cloris Leachman scenes of war film; 2009) [265] [266]
  • Insectosaur (lost production material of unproduced science fiction monster movie; 1997) [267]
  • In the Bishop's Carriage (lost Mary Pickford drama film; 1913) [268]
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (partially lost original 192-minute version of comedy film; 1963) [269]
  • It (lost original Cary Fukanaga drafts of cancelled horror films reworked into 2017 film; 2009-2015) [270] How is this lost? I have this. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Jojo Rabbit (lost unreleased 2-hour director's cut of black comedy film; 2019) [271]
  • Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair (lost unreleased complete cut of action-crime film; 2011) [272]
  • Kiss Me Again (lost romantic-comedy film; 1925) [273]
  • The Kulies (lost Fantasy Movie; 1988) [274]
  • Ladies of the Mob (lost Mary Pickford drama film; 1928) [275]
  • Lena and the Geese (lost Mary Pickford short film; 1912) [276]
  • Les Misérables (lost deleted scenes of musical film adaptation based on novel; 2012) [277]
  • The Leviathan (lost production material of cancelled Neil Blomkamp sci-fi film; 2015-2019) [278]
  • Love Heeds Not the Showers (lost Mary Pickford short comedy film; 1911) [279]
  • The Love Light (lost original color tinting of Mary Pickford drama film; 1921) [280]
  • Madame Rex (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [281]
  • The Magnificent Ambersons (lost original Orson Welles cut of period-drama film; 1942) [282]
  • Manhattan Cocktail (partially found part-talkie drama film; 1928) [283]
  • Married Flirts (lost drama film; 1924) [284]
  • Marvel Movies (lost production material of unproduced films based on comic books; 1983-2019) [285] [286]
  • The Master and the Man (lost short crime film; 1911) [287]
  • May and December (lost Mary Pickford short romance film; 1910) [288]
  • McTeague aka Life’s Whirlpool (lost drama film; 1916) [289]
  • Mean Parents Suck/For Parents Only (lost unreleased William Zabka dark-comedy film; 1991) [290]
  • The Medallion (lost short drama film; 1911) [291]
  • Merton of the Movies (lost comedy film; 1924) [292]
  • The Message in the Bottle (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [293]
  • Metal Noir (found horror film; 1990) A master copy was found on June 29th, 2021.
  • Mother's Heart (lost/impossible to find fantasy-horror film; 1909)
  • Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie (partially found short films; 1995) [294]
  • Mr. Sardonicus (lost alternate "Merciful" ending of melodrama film; existence unconfirmed; 1961) [295]
  • Misty Darkness (found Todd Sheets splatter horror film; 1988)
  • The Missing Bride (lost French horror film; 1911)
  • The Missing Corpse (lost Italian horror film; 1916)
  • Mission: Impossible II (lost 163-minute long bootleg workprint; 2000) [296]
  • Ms. Doubtfire (lost R-rated cut of Robin Williams comedy film; 1993) [297]
  • The Murders in the Rue Morgue (lost horror film; 1914)
  • The Mystery of The Glass Coffin (lost short drama film; 1912) [298]
  • Napoleon (partially found production material of cancelled Stanley Kubrick film; 1969) [299] Again, how is this lost? The script for this is online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (lost deleted scenes of Christmas comedy film; 1989) [300] [301]
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion (lost production material of cancelled live-action adaptation of anime; 2003-2015) [302]
  • A Night of Horror (lost horror film; 1917)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (lost deleted scenes from horror film sequel; 1988) [303]
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street Prequel (lost production material of cancelled prequel horror film; 2000-2001) [304]
  • Nice People (lost drama film; 1922) [305]
  • Night Skies (partially lost production materials of unproduced Steven Spielberg sci-fi horror film; late 1970s) [306] The script is online and is not hard to find. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Old Dogs (lost rumored unreleased R-rated cut of Disney comedy film; 2009) [307]
  • Ōgon Bat: Matenrō no Kaijin (lost Japanese live-action film of kamishibai character; 1950)
  • One Glorious Day (lost fantasy-comedy film; 1922) [308]
  • The Other Me (lost horror-drama film; 1917)
  • The Other People (lost unreleased Donald Pleasence film; 1968) [309]
  • Paranormal Activity 3 (partially found cut content of found footage supernatural horror film; 2011) [310] 75% of the content featured in the film's initial trailers remains unseen in the final film.
  • Paranormal Activity: The Chronology (lost edit of three horror films into one with new footage; 2012) [311]
  • La Peau de l'Ours n'est Pas à Vendre (lost French film; 1987)
  • The Picture of Dorian Grey (lost Russian horror-fantasy film; 1915)
  • The Piece Maker (lost unreleased horror film; 1986) [312]
  • The Pike (partially found unfinished horror film; 1982) [313]
  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles (lost 3-hour cut of comedy film; 1987) [314]
  • Poe (found production material of cancelled Sylvester Stallone film adaptation of "The Raven" novel; 2005-2010)[315] The script is online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Portrait (partially found Russian horror film; 1915) A description on Letterboxd states the film is believed to be 45 minutes long, and only eight minutes have survived.
  • Playing With Fire (lost Gary Coleman movie; 1985) [316]
  • Prai Takian (partially found Thai supernatural horror movie; 1940)
  • Prends ton Passe-Montagne, On Va à la Plage (partially found French comedy film; 1983)
  • Pyongyang (lost production material of cancelled Steve Carell film; 2014) [317]
  • The Queen of Sheba (partially found drama film; 1921) [318]
  • Queen of the Night Clubs (partially found Pre-code musical-drama film; 1929) [319]
  • Quincy Adams Sawyer (lost silent comedy-drama film; 1922) [320]
  • Revenge of the Nerds (found production material of cancelled remake of comedy film; 2007) [321] The script is online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Revenge of the Spirits (partially lost horror-comedy film; 1911)
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (lost original unreleased pre-reshoots cut of sci-fi film; 2016) [322]
  • Romeo and Juliet (lost romantic-drama film; 1916) [323]
  • The Room (lost digital HD footage of drama film; 2003)[324] [325]
  • The Room Mate (found short horror film; 1997) [326]
  • The Rose's Story (lost short drama film; 1911) [327]
  • Salomé (partially found Theda Bara film; 1918) [328]
  • Salomy Jane (lost western film; 1923)
  • The Scarab Murder Case (lost Philo Vance mystery film; 1934) [329]
  • Second Sight (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [330]
  • The Secret of the Palm (lost short drama film; 1911) [331]
  • The Sentinel Asleep (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [332]
  • Science (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [333]
  • Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (lost production materials/deleted scenes from live-action "Scooby-Doo" sequel film; 2004)
  • Shadows In The City (lost horror film; 1991) [334]
  • Shinin no sosei/Resurrection of a Corpse (lost Japanese horror-comedy short; 1898)
  • The Skating Bug (lost Mary Pickford short drama film; 1911) [335]
  • The Skull (lost film; 1913)
  • Sleepy Hollow (lost film; 1911)
  • So This Is Marriage? (lost comedy-drama film; 1924) [336]
  • Song of the Flame (lost Pre-code musical film; 1930) [337]
  • Song of the West (partially found Pre-code musical film; 1930) [338]
  • Solo: A Star Wars Story (lost Lord/Miller footage of sci-fi film; 2018) [339]
  • South Pacific Adventures (lost Kiwi/Australian film; 1990) Is the title actually The Rogue Stallion? - Corvene
  • Space Jam 2 (partially found production material for cancelled original sequels to live-action/animated sports comedy film; 1997) [340] The scripts for both "Race Jam" and "Spy Jam" are online, but are very lock 'n key. - YoshiKiller2S p.s. I don't have both.
  • Spider-Man 3 (lost original cut of superhero film; 2007) [341]
  • Spider-Man 4 (lost screenplay of cancelled superhero film; 2007-2010) [342]
  • Sprockets (found screenplay of cancelled film adaptation of "Saturday Night Live" sketch; 1999-2000) [343] The script is online. - YoshiKiller2S
  • Squadron Leader X (lost British World War II film; 1943) [344]
  • Squirrels (lost unproduced horror film; 2014) [345] [346]
  • The Stampede (lost Mary Pickford short western film; 1911) [347]
  • Stranded in Paris (lost comedy film; 1926) [348]
  • Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (lost deleted scenes from sci-fi film prequel; 1999) [349]
  • Star Whackers (lost unreleased Randy Quaid film; 2011) [350]
  • Subway Sadie (lost comedy-drama film; 1926) [351]
  • Such a Little Queen (lost Mary Pickford drama film; 1914) [352]
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (lost John Fusco screenplay of superhero film; 2009) [353]
  • The Three Stooges Scrapbook (lost second short comedy film; 1960s) [354] The first one has been found.
  • Three Tales of Terror / Trilby (partially lost Austrian horror anthology; 1912)
  • Tom's Nu Heaven (partially found Dale Launer-written film; 2005) [355]
  • The Toss of a Coin (lost Mary Pickford short comedy-romance film; 1911) [356]
  • Time, the Fourth Dimension (lost edutainment film; 2012) [357]
  • Tracked (lost short drama film; 1911) [358]
  • Troll (lost production material of cancelled remake of horror-comedy film; 2007-2009) [359]
  • The Transformations: A Sandwich of Nightmares (lost horror film; 1974) [360]
  • Transformers (lost Imax exclusive scenes; 2007) [361]
  • Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon (lost original ending to sci-fi film; 2011) [362]
  • Tron 3 (lost production material of cancelled sequel to "Tron" Disney film series; 2010s) [363]
  • Two White Snake Ghosts / Ouw Peh Tjoa (lost Indonesian fantasy-horror film; 1934)
  • Uncle Tom's Fairy Tales (lost Richard Pryor comedy-drama short; status unknown?; 1969)
  • Used Guys (unreleased Jim Carrey comedy film; 2005-2009) [364] [365]
  • Valeska Suratt's filmography (lost films starring the actress; 1915-1917) [366]
  • The Vampire (lost horror film; 1913) [367]
  • Viy / Вий (lost Russian horror film; 1909)
  • Wanderer of the Wasteland (lost western film; 1924) [368]
  • The Warrens of Virginia (lost drama film; 1924) [369]
  • Welcome to Oblivion (lost Roger Corman post-apocalyptic film; re-edited into Ultra Warrior; 1990) [370]
  • The Will of the Dead Man (mostly lost Spanish horror film; 1930) The Spanish version of The Cat Creeps, which was shot at the same time and used the same sets.
  • The Witch's Ballad / La ballata della strega (lost Italian fantasy-horror film; 1910)
  • The Wizard Of Oz (lost Denise Van Outen adaptation of L. Frank Baum novel; 1995) [371] Note: This version may or may not be animated, but only one source lists it as an animated film.
  • What's Michael? (partially found Japanese TV live-action film based on manga; 1986) [372] TV ad
  • While There is Hope, There is Life (lost short drama film; 1911) [373]
  • Whispers of Fear (lost horror movie from the creator of Xtro; 1976) [374]
  • The Wild and the Free (partially found CBS TV movie; 1980) [375]
  • The Wizard (lost horror-mystery film; 1927) [376]
  • The Wizard of Oz (lost original film; 1939; pre-1966) [377] [378]
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (partially lost short fantasy film based on novel; 1910) [379]
  • A Woman of the Sea (lost unreleased Charlie Chaplin drama film; 1926) [380]
  • Yotsuya Kaidan / 四谷怪談 (lost Japanese ghost film; 1925)

Stop Motion/Puppetry[edit | edit source]

  • Chicken Run (partially found deleted scenes from Dreamworks/Aardman stop-motion animated film; 2000)
  • Fraggle Rock (lost production material of cancelled film adaptation of Jim Henson puppet franchise; 2005-2020) [381]
  • George Pal's Puppetoons (partially lost animated puppet film series) [382]
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol (partially found extended cut of puppet holiday film; 1992) [383]
  • The Shadow King (unreleased Henry Selick stop-motion animated film; 2011-2013) [384]
  • Reaper, Sheeper, Treasure Seeker (lost unreleased stop-motion short film; 2001) [385]
  • Tortoise Vs Hare (lost production material of cancelled Aardman stop-motion animated film; 2003-2004) [386]

Internet Media[edit | edit source]

  • A Conversation With CHRIS CHAN! (Part 2) (found CooperCab interview; 2017) [387]
  • Actually Happened (partially found videos of storytime animation channel; 2018-2020)
  • After Darth (shelved Star Wars comedy web series) [388]
  • AlbertsStuff (partially lost deleted videos; 2014-2017) [389] [390]
  • Alt. Commentary Community (partially lost YouTube videos; 2015-2018?) From what I can understand, the original account got hacked, and now only a very minimal amount of videos were re-uploaded. Only two videos are on the new channel at the time of writing.
  • Amazing Atheist's Distressed Watcher Reviews (lost videos of internet reviewer)
  • Angry Grandpa (partially lost early break.com videos; 2007-2010) A collection of just some of the videos.
  • The Bamboolais (lost Flash animated web series; 1999) The Internet Archive seems to not have this supposed 2nd episode anymore. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Black Tape (lost recording of a phone call with Chris Chan shortly after his father's death; 2011) Not released out of respect for Chris and his family.
  • Bearing (skeptic/anti-SJW whose videos were lost with his account termination on Dec 6th, 2016; he's back, but the old videos are gone, except for a few reuploads on YouTube)
  • Bendee Stick 1, 2, and 3 (lost flash cartoons created by Edd Gould, known for Eddsworld; 2003 or earlier)
  • Binging with Babish (lost cancelled original version of "Frasier" episode; 2010s) 4:02 has more info why it was cancelled.
  • Bladeocity (lost videos of deleted YouTube parody channel; 2014-2019) Channel terminated due to NSFW content. Only 2 of his videos have been mirrored as of now.
  • BlastphamousHD (lost/non-mirrored videos from deleted YouTube reaction channel; currently uploads new content on his second channel, but most videos from his first channel are lost.)
  • Bloody Board (lost Buffy the Vampire Slayer ProBoards forum; 200?-2010)
  • Blowfly Girl (partially found series of online blogs; 2005-present; NSFW/NSFL) [391]
  • Boh3m3 (lost videos of early YouTube vlogger; 2006-present)
  • BrainPOP (partially found early versions of videos from internet animated educational series; 1999-present)
  • Brutalmoose "Shadow the Hedgehog" (lost cut original ending of YouTube series video; 2013) [392]
  • Buck Denver Investigates (lost internet video; 2005)
  • Buddhism Hotline (lost first episode; 2015) The episode from 10/17/15 is not the first episode.
  • Buy N Large Website (Pixar website made as viral marketing for the movie WALL-E, now redirects to official Disney website, archived by the Wayback machine but unviewable due to requiring Flash; 2007-2008)Archived Site on the Wayback Machine
  • CarmenSandiego.com (lost children's game website; 2000-2005)[393] Unfortunately, the whole site was behind a log-in page, so the Internet Archive didn't archive anything. I remember playing flash games and watching flash animations on the site many years ago. - I suggest searching through the archived links in the website summary, so you can skip to the website pages you want to go to. Hope that helps. [394] - Romax24245
  • CartoonLover98/cl98classics (partially lost videos from retired YTP YouTuber; 2012-2016) He recently deleted his entire channel for unknown reasons, possibly because of him being ashamed of the old videos nowadays. Most have been reuploaded, but I don't know how many (if any) are still lost. - So, I finally checked through archives and almost everything is already re-uploaded. There are only a few update videos missing, all the YTPs are found. I don't think this is relevant enough for an article, TBH. - TomTurboSwaggings
  • Cayleigh Elise (various lost videos of true crime YouTuber; early-to-mid 2010s)
  • Charmx (partially found videos of retired reaction/gaming YouTuber; 2014-2021)
  • Cinemassacre (partially lost videos of movie-making/reviewing website; 2000s-2010s)
  • CR Familiar Faces (partially lost episodes of internet review series; 2009-present) [395]
  • Crayola Digi-Color (inaccessible Flash application; 2007-2016)
  • Canimal (many partially found prototype versions of Korean CGI animated hybrid TV series; 2006-2010) Page containing several images, videos and sources for these existing
  • DaddyOFive (partially lost deleted YouTube videos; 2010s) Some of the lost videos could be in YTPs of DaddyOFive. (NSFW/NSFL warning)
  • Doc671 (partially lost videos from terminated YouTube channel; 2015-2022)

[396][397]Playlist of most of Doc671's deleted videos

  • Doug Walker's two lost Adventure Time Vlogs
  • Doug Walker - Spoiler Corner: Despicable Me 2 (lost review video of Channel Awesome; 2013)
  • Dukethakilla/Justin L Carter 2 deleted channels (famous for NBA 2k playthroughs among other videos / Twitter post of deleting channels
  • EDP445 (partially lost videos; 2010-2021, NSFW warning)
  • The EpicGirlsDaily (partially found videos from YouTube channel; 2018-2019) [398]
  • EWNetwork (partially lost YouTube channel; 2012-2018)[399]
  • Fantastic Adventures (partially found videos from YouTube channel; 2012-2019, NSFW/NSFL warning)
  • The Filthy Frank Show (lost unreleased episodes of internet show; 2017)[400]
  • FineBros (partially lost early videos of YouTube channel; 2007-2016)
  • FlyingMario123 (lost removed YouTube channel; 2010s)
  • Foresty Forest - Day in the Life of a Factory Worker (lost unreleased van life vlog/documentary; 2010s?)
  • Games Repainted's Super Mario 64 Repainted ROM hack and stream
  • Google+ (partially found user-uploaded content of Facebook-esque site; 2011-2019) Who knows how much has been lost to the midsts of time at this point now that the site is gone... and it has been for 2 years? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • GouvHD (lost French YouTuber food/drink testing videos; 2015-2020)
  • Greg Plitt (lost death footage/audio tape recordings; 2015)
  • GoAnimate/Vyond (partially lost removed assets; 2007-)
  • Happy Holidays, Mike Chapman Style (lost MailChimp animation by Homestar Runner co-creator) [401]
  • Hellbent - Saturday Night Stream (lost deleted YouTube videos; 2015-2017)
  • Hit It (lost original cut of TomSka short film; ????-2011) [402]
  • Homicide: Second Shift web series based on Homicide: Life on the Street
  • HUGE's Undertale: Multiplay (lost web series) [403] [404]
  • Humanbeing151 (partially found YouTube channel) Humanbeing15 only reuploaded one video, Number 010. [405]
  • iCarly.com (partially lost videos from web show; 2006-2018)
  • If Undertale Was Realistic (partially lost original audio of initial uploads; 2016-2017)
  • Iron Liz - Pen & Paper Corner (partially found RPG reviewing web series; late 2010-2013)
  • Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This? "Styrofoam and Packing Peanuts" (lost web series episode; 2007) [406]
  • It's the 40th Anniversary! Coro Coro All-Star Elementary School (lost 2nd episode) [407]
  • Jack Massey Welsh (lost videos; 2008-2020) Lost SamSmellsOfApricots & JackSucksAtPopUpPirate Videos [408] [409]
  • Jaki Natsumi™ (partially lost Vietnamese YouTube channel) [410] The video said that the channel was only locked and he is trying his best to have the channel back and running, though due to how long the video has been uploaded it doesn't seem like he can get the channel back, people had re-uploaded some of his later videos but the older ones seem to be lost/partially lost (there are some "funny moment" videos which included some of his videos).
  • Jamie Kane (lost online ARG; 2005) A project funded by the BBC at a cost over £250,000. Web pages, fake songs from a fake music group, and the actual game itself including sent e-mails and phone calls are lost to time. [411]
  • JKL Productions (missing videos; 2006-2008)
  • JonTron scrapped/unfinished videos ("Top 10 Mario Levels", "Disneyland Games", and an unknown, unmade episode with a scene involving a banana seen in a since-removed teaser) [412]
  • Jump Kick Punch! (lost Podcast Episodes; 2010-2018) [413] [414]
  • Kadence Ann (lost videos from YouTube channel; circa 2014-2019) [415]
  • Kukori és Kotkoda (partially lost fan-made English dubs; date unknown)
  • Le Raptor Dissident (lost videos of French YouTuber; mid-late 2010s)
  • Lightworkers cult video Sampled in the Death Grips song "Culture Shock." The full text is known, but we only have a few of the words in the original voice.
  • Lost Media Friday/Monday (partially found lost media documentary series; 2015-2017)
  • MeiAIDS Christmas 2009 YouTube hack (lost rumored video of hacking; existence unconfirmed; 2009) [416]
  • Midnight Screenings (lost episodes of Brad Jones online series; 2015-2020)
  • Meetnik (lost internet chat room; early-to-mid 2000s)
  • The Multipath Adventures of Superman (partially lost web series; 1999-2013) [417]
  • The Muppets Online (partially lost Disney Xtreme Digital videos featuring the Muppets; 2008-2011)
  • TheMysteriousMrEnter "Animated Atrocities" (lost production material of cancelled episodes of YouTube series; 2013-present) [418]
  • Nicktoons/iCarly/the slap.com (partially found Nickelodeon-based websites; 2000s-2010s) The websites are not lost, but a lot of the interactive content is lost.
  • Nikocado Avocado (partially found vegan videos; 2011-2016) [419]
  • Nostalgia Chick - "Animorphs" last episode (lost unreleased/cancelled online review video; 2014)
  • Panpizza15 (lost pre-Rebeltaxi videos; date unknown)
  • PBS Kids (lost web games from children's educational website; 1999-present)
  • Playhouse Disney Preschool Time Online (partially found children's internet service; 2005-2010)
  • Pokequest (series of 4 webcomics drawn by "Questy" and written through user submission on 4chan)[420][421]
  • RE-man (books 2 and 3 of internet comic; 1996-1997) [422]
  • RNL Media's Videos
  • Roblox Audio Library (partially found privated longer than 6 seconds user-uploaded audios; 2009-2022) The exact number of user-uploaded audios is unknown.
  • Saberspark - "Top 10 Best Cartoon Intros" (lost original version of YouTube video; 2016)
  • SammyClassicSonicFan/SammyTanookiGamer (lost unarchived videos and content)
  • ShadowBlazeX8 (lost YouTube videos; 2008-2013)
  • Shawn Woods (lost original uncensored videos; 2014-2017)
  • Shroom Tube (partially found videos from deleted YouTube channels; 2015-2017)
  • Shut Up! Cartoons (partially lost cartoons from Smosh sister channel; 2012-2017)
  • Sketch Star (lost web-based animation tool and animation sharing social media site; closed in 2013) Official blog post detailing its closure.
  • Skyscrapersim (partially lost open-source simulation game) [423]
  • SolerEclipseOfficial (partially found YouTube Channel videos; 2013-2015) Spreadsheet detailing the current state of the video finding progress. Reuploads Channel
  • Solid Gold Dancers (lost YouTube collab channel; 2018-2019) This does NOT refer to the 1980s show Solid Gold; instead it refers to the YouTube channel where dancers would post short videos in a similar style to the SAKs channels and The EpicGirlsDaily. - nenefun4534
  • South Park: A New Era (2011 South Park fanfiction series created by PC' Inc) [424]
  • Spill.Com (various lost reviews from film review/podcast website; 2006-2013)
  • SplashKittyArtist (lost deleted videos of YouTube animator; 2009-2016)
  • Stampy's Lovely World (partially lost early videos of web series; early 2010s) All of the Lovely World episodes have been found. There may, however, be other lost Stampy videos I am unaware of. - Connor64
  • Station922.mkv (non-existent video related to Russian creepypasta; 2009-2010)
  • Stuff with Scout Fly (partially found web series; mid-2010s)
  • StyledTangent6 Gaming (partially found videos from YouTube channel; 2016) [425]
  • Super Smash Bros. Mojo (partially found contents of satirical blog website; 2007-2008)
  • SuperMarioLogan 2 (lost edited supermariologan videos; 2018)
  • The SuperMarioLogan Movie (lost movie of YouTube series; 2016-present)
  • Tails' Nightmare (partially lost GMOD YouTube series)
  • That Aussie Guy (lost videos of former Channel Awesome contributor; dates unknown)
  • ThatGuyWithTheGlasses miscellaneous review videos (partially found online video series; 2008-2014)
  • TheAnnotatedXperiment, Annotation Archive, AnnotationStation, etc. (lost annotated YouTube videos)
  • The Little Webkinz Show 3316, TheWebkinzGang101, TheWebbyzGang (partially lost deleted episodes/videos of online series; 2016-)

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  • The Wild Review (partially lost episodes of YouTube series; 2015-) [429] [430] [431] I might work on this article soon, but feel free to work on it.
  • TheWoWgenius/Elliot Rodger (partially found deleted videos of YouTube channels; 2009-2014)[432][433]
  • Ultimatekai (lost videos; 2005-2020?) Outside two or so videos on a "private" side channel, a few of her videos only exist as stills and clips used in fan music videos.
  • Unsounded Chapters 3 and 5 Previews (2010, 2011) Webcomic. Fans have collected all other chapter previews (archived on Tumblr), but previews for chapters 3 and 5 are lost and are not preserved on Internet Archive.
  • Uproar.com (lost web games from lottery website; 1996-2006) [434] [435] [436]
  • ValiantVal (lost YouTube videos; 2013-2015) [437]
  • VenomFangX (partially lost videos from controversial religious YouTuber; 2006-2012?)
  • Vidme Exclusive Videos Videos exclusive to Vidme were lost on December 16th, 2017 when the servers went offline.
  • Vlogvetica (lost YouTube channel; 2009-2011?) Web Archive Page
  • Weirdos of the Month (partially found Vsauce2 web series)
  • Willy Freebody (partially found videos from YouTuber; 2006-2019/2021) [438]
  • Witches and Stitches (lost early online comic; 1985) Thought to be the first-ever webcomic created, posted on CompuServe in the 1980s (before the world wide web technically existed, meaning it arguably wasn't a "web"comic as such). [439] [440]
  • YoshiArt (lost shutdown website; 2006-2018) The website now leads to a 404.
  • (NSFL) YTMND site by Baron featuring cat brutality which inspired the NEDM fad. Original video is available on archive.org.
  • YTP Pokemon: Clampearl Don't Evolve Overnight (lost YouTube Poop by 777Bigmanlee; 2010)

Literature[edit | edit source]

  • Animal Quackers (lost rare book and illustrations by Carl Barks; 1996)
  • The Blob That Ate Everyone (lost cancelled 19th Goosebumps Presents book based on a TV adaptation episode; late 1990s)
  • Catalogue of Woman (partially lost Epic Poem; 450BCE)
  • The Dark Chapters (lost unpublished fantasy novel series by Chris "Irate Gamer" Bores; mid-2000s) [441]
  • Dead Dogs Still Fetch (found Goosebumps Book)
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh (partially found Epic poem; 1300BCE)
  • Fireman Sam (partially found original Rob Lee illustrations books; 1986)[442]
  • Give Yourself Goosebumps #43 (partially found entry in Choose Your Own Adventure Series) All that we have of it is the artwork. [443])
  • Hemingway's lost suitcase (lost suitcase of manuscripts and early works; 1922)
  • The History of Cardenio (lost Shakespearean play; 1610s) [444]
  • In Ballast to the White Sea (found unpublished novel; 1935-1944) [445] [446] Found in 2014.
  • Isle of the Cross (lost Herman Melville book; c. 1853) [447]
  • Ook and Gluk 2: Ook and Gluk Jr. (lost sequel to Dav Pilkey book)
  • Star Trek: The God Thing (lost book version)
  • Slime Doesn't Pay (lost Goosebumps book; existence unconfirmed)
  • Twenty-Two Poems (partially found early poetry book by Ka-Tzetnik 135633; 1931)- [448] [449]
  • The Jiken Series (lost English version of light novel series cancelled; by Kouhei kadono) [450]

[451]

  • What Makes Pistachio Nuts? (partially found Harmony Korine script; 2000s)
  • Yūtokaiōmaru (lost suicide notes from Japanese spree killer; 1938)

Music[edit | edit source]

  • 3-2-1 Music (partially lost album based off 3-2-1- Penguins!; 2002) [452]
  • Venture (lost second AJR album; 2010) [453] [454] Only one song from this album has been found so far, the album became unavailable after the I'm Ready EP was released in 2013.
  • Grind (partially lost alternate scenes from "Alice in Chains" music video; 1995) starts at 0:14
  • Late Night (found deleted track from digital version of "Amy Guess" EP) [455] Some info is listed in comments on this page. [456]
  • Amy Winehouse (lost destroyed demos for unfinished third LP) [457]
  • Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen (lost remastered songs; 1999) Co-composer Hideki Naganuma uploaded these to his SoundCloud between 2011 and 2015, but took them down in 2020.
  • Betty Boos (lost unreleased third album; 2003?)
  • Buffalo G (lost unreleased debut album; 2002)
  • "Honky Tonk Horror" by The Black Belles music video (partially found music video for a single by American rock band The Black Belles)
  • Black Crowes Album "Tall" (scrapped "Amorica" precursor)
  • Damaged (lost Black Flag outtakes; 1981)
  • Boretronix (partially found Boredoms media; date unknown) 3 tapes found, info on 4th tape found but no audio released, 5th and 6th are lost at the moment. All 6 tapes are confirmed to exist, but the label the 2nd and 3rd tapes are on is also unknown at the moment. All info found at the moment
  • Missing Scenes (lost Brian Salter album; 2005) The album was sold on CDBaby but has since been taken down and Brian does not plan to re-release it since he doe not consider it his best work. [458]
  • BUCK-TICK (found unreleased songs; 1986-1987)[459]
  • Candid Camera (1970s era with different theme song)
  • Cheater's Complete Discography (backing band for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Hours & Times/Sticky [1994 Single], Glamour and Immense [1995 Cassette], promo CD; 1997)
  • The Younger I Get (lost unreleased "Childish Gambino" debut mixtape; 2005) [460]
  • Trash Mad (lost unreleased "Clare Grogan" solo album; 1987)
  • Cocteau Twins (lost unfinished ninth album; 1997)
  • The Crystal Method (lost cassette exclusive album; 1996)
  • Live Music from the Gazillion Grand Penthouse Suite (lost CZG album; 1993)
  • Dead on the Inside (lost Hole demo track; existence unconfirmed; 1993)
  • In God We Trust, Inc. (lost Dead Kennedys session footage)
  • Devo Corporate Anthem (lost lyrics to instrumental Devo song; 1979) [461]
  • Double Dare 2000 (lost soundtrack for the Nickelodeon game show, composed by Rick Witkowski; 2000) [462] Note: The YouTube video is a fan-made recreation of the theme song using spliced audio from episodes of the show. The master audio for the entire soundtrack remains missing.
  • Dziewczyny (partially found music video of Polish musician Kazik; 1991-1993)
  • 16 Tons (lost "Elvis Presley" cover song; 1955)
  • Elvis Presley: Sunrise (lost songs)
  • Escalera: Self-Titled album (collab project between Danny Way and Bob Burnquist)[463] [464] [465] [466] [467] Some video evidence exists, as well as an article referencing a live broadcast.
  • Evanescence Demo Bootleg (recorded around 2005-2006) YouTube video was released showing some previews of the tracks, all of it hasn't been released.
  • Evita (lost unreleased studio recording of musical with Kiri Te Kanawa and Christopher Lee; 1980s)
  • We're Only In It For The Money (lost "uncensored" verses of Frank Zappa album)
  • No Nagging (lost original Froggy Mix music video; 1999)
  • Generally a lot of body pit (pre-Slipknot) songs
  • Our Album! (lost "The Gonnabees" album; 2004) This album was released online digitally, and is inaccessible.
  • Tomorrow Comes Today/I Got Law (Demo) (lost unused demo of "Gorillaz" album) [468]
  • Be a Body (unreleased "Grimes" music video; 2011) [469]
  • Gudrun, unreleased debut album (Sweden; 1999)
  • Echo (lost unreleased "Girls Can't Catch" song from cancelled album)
  • "Honey" & "Temper" (lost rerecorded versions of System of a Down songs; 1998) [470]
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience Album "Axis: Bold as Love" (lost original side 1 mixes)
  • Chain Gang Revolution (lost unreleased John Cena album; 2009-2017)
  • JRA Pat for Dreamcast (lost remastered song; 2000) Composer Hideki Naganuma uploaded this song to his SoundCloud between 2011 and 2015, but took it down in 2020.
  • In The Air Tonight (partially found unfiltered Justin Roiland cover of Phil Collins song; 2017) [471]
  • Kanye West (partially found unreleased songs/demos; 1990-2022)
  • Klaatu - Happy New Year Planet Earth! (partially found unfinished animated TV special for Canadian rock band; 1979)
  • King Kong (lost Melbourne version of Broadway musical; 2013) [472]
  • FILE01 (lost KROMODE compilation album; 1998) [473]
  • Devil's Night E.P. (lost "Lil Ugly Mane" album; 2011)
  • Linkin Park (partially found demos from American rock band; 2000s) [474]
  • Lip$ha (lost unreleased The Flaming Lips/Kesha collaborative album; 2012-2013)[475]
  • Surprise (lost unreleased version of Lene debut album) Songs such as "Pole Position", "As Good As It Gets", and three remixes of her cover of "Here We Go" - namely the Shanghai Surprise Mix, the Manhattan Clique Remix, and a remix produced by Kurtis Mantronik remain inaccessible to the public.
  • Lucifer's Hammer (lost thrash/death metal master tapes; 1988-1989)
  • Lucky Twice's unreleased second album; 2012
  • Lupin the Third Part I (partially lost original soundtrack of the anime series; 1971-1972)
  • Looking Glass "Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" (16 lost mixes)
  • Too Tight (lost unreleased "MC Hammer" & "Tupac Shakur" album; 1995-1996)
  • Mad Season (lost untitled second album under the name "Disinformation"; 1998-1999)
  • MAXX "Glitch" Private-d Music Video [476]
  • MAXX Unreleased EP [477]
  • Maybe In The Night (lost unreleased Tally Hall song; 2007) [478]
  • Dead Kennedy Rolls (lost unreleased "Metallica" song; 2002) [479]
  • Michael Jackson: One Night Only (lost cancelled HBO special; 1995)[480]
  • Michael Jackson: Live at the Apollo (partially found video recording of concert; 2002)[481]
  • Ministry (lost rehearsal tape; 1985-1986)
  • Mortal Boy (partially found songs by American Darkwave musician; 2003-present)
  • My Chemical Romance (partially found unreleased scrapped songs from American rock band; 2001-2012) [482]
  • nanosounds - DEMO (lost EP; 1999) While DEMO2 and DEMO3 have been found and archived, DEMO currently remains lost.
  • Nirvana (lost unreleased tracks; 1987-1994)
  • Paul C (lost unreleased hip-hop work; 1985-1989; existence unconfirmed)
  • Pendulum (lost tracks and demos from Australian drum and bass band; 2003-2011) Research and recovery efforts are currently ongoing, courtesy of YouTuber notrobswire. [483] [484]
  • Seabirds (partially found lyrical Pink Floyd song; 1968) This is NOT the song Seabirds that was released in the 2016 Early Years box set; this is the one with lyrics which has never been heard in full.
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon - legendaries trailer (lost unreleased soundtrack without SFX from trailer; 2016)
  • Power of Seven (lost royalty-free music; 1999-2000) [485]
  • In The Blues (lost shelved "The Producers" album; 2012)
  • PROMO Magazine (partially found magazine on music videos; 1992-2007) [486] [487] [488] [489] [490]
  • Psalty Kids & Co 11: The Mystery of Erin's Suitcase
  • Queen + Adam Lambert (lost unreleased unfinished track; 2019) [491]
  • Wake Me: Before They Come (partially found "Radiohead" soundcheck song; 2008) A fan has the full version of the song, but will never release it to the public and will only share with one person if you have an equally rare song.
  • Relapse 2 (lost unreleased Eminem album; existence unconfirmed; late 2000s)
  • Retro Ringtones (partially found ringtone website; 2002-2005) While several low-quality MP3 previews on the website were archived, only one of the actual ringtone files has been found.
  • Togetherland (partially found unreleased "Seal" album; 1999-2001)
  • Sega Rally 2 (lost unused/remastered songs; 1999) Co-composer Hideki Naganuma uploaded these to his SoundCloud between 2011 and 2015, but took them down in 2020.
  • Sexart (Pre-Korn band) (lost demo songs)
  • Baby Boom (lost unreleased "SMiLE.DK" song; 2012)
  • Sophie B. Hawkins "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover" (lost original music video; 1992)
  • Super Monkey Ball 3D (lost unused/alternate songs; 2011) Co-composer Hideki Naganuma uploaded these to his SoundCloud between 2011 and 2015, but has taken them down in 2020.
  • Supermarket Sweep (partially lost unused theme for ABC game show; 2020) The composer of the Lifetime and Pax versions revealed in the comments section of the video referenced that his music was dropped at the last minute. [492]
  • & (lost unfinished "Tally Hall" music video; 2011) [493]
  • Tobias Forge (of Ghost) "Passaflora" (partially found unfinished album; 2010-2013)
  • The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Pretty sure 4 out of 11 tracks are still findable online. [494] [495]
  • The High Chronicles (partially found Playboi Carti debut mixtape; 2011)
  • The Losers (lost demo recording of pre-AxCx band; early-mid 1980s)
  • The Panic Office soundtrack (lost unreleased 18-hour "Thom Yorke" sound collage from a temporary Radiohead-themed art exhibit; 2015)
  • Partytime (lost "Tinypop" music CD; 2009)[496]
  • Turning Into You (lost Offspring music video; 2012) [497] [498]
  • Tyler Joseph (of Twenty One Pilots) "No Phun Intended" (partially found album; 2007/2008)
  • U2 (lost unreleased assets; 1976-2010s)
  • U2 3D (partially found IMAX concert film; 2008) [499]
  • Untitled Eminem diss track (lost unreleased Everlast song; early 2000s) [500]
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic (lost cancelled/unreleased parody songs; various dates)
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic (lost unreleased pre-fame demos; 1973-1982)
  • Tim Buckley - Works in Progress (lost session outtakes of folk singer; 1967-1968)
  • WigWam (lost unreleased debut album; 2005) Collaboration project between Blur's Alex James and 1990s rap artist Betty Boo.
  • WWF Brawl for All Theme Song TV Version (lost unreleased theme; 1998)
  • WWF Lawrence Taylor Wrestlemania 11 Theme Song (lost unreleased songs; 1995)
  • WWF Steve Austin 2nd Theme Song "Circle of Doom/Ringmaster" (lost unreleased stereo song; 1996)
  • WWF Aggression (pre-released version; existence unconfirmed)
  • Track 11: Albert Einstein (meme song parodying Carti's WLR) Only 2 clips of songs have been found, full songs and the rest are lost. [501]

Recordings of Real Incidents[edit | edit source]

  • 911-Emergency.com Recordings (partially lost emergency phone call recordings; NSFW/NSFL)
  • Bærum Mosque attack (partially lost GoPro recording of non-lethal mass shooting; 2019; NSFL)
  • "Chechclear" (partially found execution/murder video of Russian soldier during the War of Dagestan; 1996-1999?; NSFL)
  • Christchurch Mosque massacres GoPro recording (partially found helmet camera footage of terrorist attack; 2019; NSFL)
  • Dakota Moore (partially found livestream of 4chaner's suicide attempt; 2013; NSFL) Several screenshots are available, video was on LiveLeak for some time, it is now lost media. - Goat Lord
  • Democratic Party Primary debates from 1972
  • Dnepropetrovsk maniac's other videos
  • Ernst Dieter Korzen & Stefan Michael Mahn home video (lost murder tape; 1997; NSFW/NSFL)
  • Eugene McCarthy's address at the 1960 Democratic National convention
  • Enough Rope (lost Geoffrey Jones death tape; 1984; NSFW/NSFL)
  • George McGovern's address at the 1984 Democratic National convention
  • Goosebumps Live On Stage: Screams in The Night (lost stage play; 1998)
  • Grant Thompson paramotoring accident footage (lost death recording; 2019) Was this even recorded? - YoshiKiller2S
  • Jacques Chirac's election reaction crying photo (unreleased photograph of former French President; 1995)
  • Keynote address at the 1972 Democratic National Convention, delivered by Ted Kennedy
  • Linkin Park (partially found Rock am Ring performance from American rock band; 2007) [502]
  • Lucas Oil NHRA SuperNationals (2008 NHRA event) Broadcast was replaced by coverage of Kalitta's death.
  • "LOL SUPERMAN" (partially lost World Trade Center Plaza footage from the September 11th attacks; 2001; NSFL)
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (lost black box audio recording of aircraft; 2014)
  • Penn State fraternity hazing video (2017; status unclear)
  • The Phantom of the Opera (partially found unreleased professional filming of stage production; 2004)
  • Primary debate between Lyndon B Johnson and John F Kennedy from 1960
  • Primary debate between Eugene McCarthy and Robert F Kennedy from 1968
  • Ricardo Lopez corpse photos (lost unreleased death photographs; 1996)
  • Shuaiby's first livestream (partially found pre-suicide YouTube livestream; 2018) This is not referring to the suicide itself, it is referring to the short 20 second (?) livestream before the infamous "Hey" livestream. - Goat Lord
  • Thomas Dewey's full convention speeches from 1944 and 1948
  • The Uncle Floyd Show (lost footage of Misfits performance; 1980) [503] [504]
  • Various lost NASCAR Races (1960-1996) [505] Most missing Grand National/Cup Series races have since been documented. Nevertheless, there are plenty of missing Busch Series, regional events, and ARCA races that are also worthy of their own articles. - SpaceManiac888

TV[edit | edit source]

Animation[edit | edit source]

  • 3-2-1 BIBLE Academy (found video based off 3-2-1 Penguins!; 2002?) [506]
  • Adamo: the acqua e vita (lost Italian animated series; 1977) [507]
  • Air Raiders (lost possibly unaired Sunbow animated series; 1986)[508] I would assume production might've slated this for a release sometime in either the late 1980s or early 1990s. Scripts can be rather time-consuming and sometimes it'll be hard to see what would make the show work. Sunbow and Marvel probably had a hard time deciding on whether or not to simply adapt the comic books, or just make an entirely new plot, and how the characters would've been portrayed. They might've also had concerns over how parents would feel as it could've been too violent for the time, even compared to Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers. Nothing about it says that it was cancelled at one point, but I would happen to say it might've been cancelled sometime around either 1989, or 1990, with more than likely only a pilot being made. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks/The Chipmunks/The Chipmunks Go To The Movies (lost episodes of animated series; 1983-1990)
  • Allô Bibizz! (partially found French animated kid block; 1990) AKA "Chut! Les parents se reposent".
  • Ariol (partially found English dub of French-Canadian children's series; 2009) English dub of "Le Tripote" (The Twiddle).
  • Astroblast! (partially lost test animations of Sprout animated series based on books; 2011-2013) 5th picture. [509]
  • Aureola y Tridente (partially found Panamanian animated series; existence unconfirmed) Only one episode remains online.
  • Baby Einstein (lost pitch pilot of children’s animated TV series; 1994) [510]
  • The Bear's Island (partially found French animated series and English dub; 1992-1993) [511][512]
  • Betty Toons (partially lost Colombian animated series; 2002) Several episodes are missing.
  • The Beatles Cartoon (lost cancelled primetime specials; existence unconfirmed; 1964?-1967?) [513]
  • Bobbie the Bus (partially found New Zealand television show; 1999?) Very scarce info on this. It's unknown how many episodes exist, but it did air on kid zone before the channel got shut down. [514]
  • Bull and Red (lost Nickelodeon series; 2009) [515] [516]
  • Blue's Clues (partially found pilot of British adaptation of Nick Jr. animated/live-action series; 1998) Footage starts at 3:04
  • The Blue Dragon (partially found British animated series; 2004) Not to be confused with the video game and anime series of the same name. Allegedly the series can be found on Discovery Education, but this has yet to be confirmed. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Boblins (partially found children's series; 2006, 2008) First aired in Norway and France in 2006. The English dub aired in the UK in 2008. Only 4 episodes, as well as a lot of clips out of 78 episodes, are online (French and Norwegian dubs are completely missing except for the Norwegian intro. [517]
  • Boken Shonen Shadar (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • Bola Cyber (partially found Malaysian TV series; 2002) [518]
  • Bonjour les bébés! (lost French animated series; 1990)[519]
  • Braingames, episode 6 (lost episode of HBO series; 1983-1985)
  • Bumpity Boo (partially found children's anime; mid-1980s)
  • Buzuck (lost French animated series; 1987)
  • C Bear and Jamal (found animated series; 1996-1997)
  • C.L.Y.D.E. (partially found Canadian-French animated series; early 1990s) The Wikipedia page for the series.
  • Captain Fracasee (partially found Spanish animated series based off novel and English dub; 1999) [520]
  • Captain N: The Game Master "How's Bayou" (lost complete version of episode of animated TV series; 1989) [521]
  • Charlie (lost English re-dub of "Caillou" animated series; existence unconfirmed; 2010s) [522]
  • Chibikko Kaiju Yadamon (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • Chip & Charly (partially found French animated series; 1992)[523][524]
  • Chuggington (lost pilot of British children's CGI animated TV series; 2007) [525]
  • Cine rade la urma (partially found animated series and English dub; 1983)[526]
  • Colonel Bleep (partially found animated sci-fi TV show; 1957-1960) [527]
  • La Compète AKA Pierre & Isa (partially found French animated series; 1991-1992)
  • The Cops (lost cancelled Louis C.K./Albert Brooks animated series) [528] [529]
  • Cosmic Cowboys (partially found French animated futuristic western TV series; 2004)[530][531]
  • Creepy Crawlers (partially found American animated series based off toyline; 1994-1995) [532] Looks like your average el-cheapo cartoon made to cash in on the toyline, but at least it was subtle on it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cupido (partially found French animated series and English dub; 1991)[533]
  • Dobutsu-Mura Monogatari (partially found anime series; 1970)
  • Dog Tracer (partially found British animated series; 1994)[534][535][536]
  • Donkikko (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • Doris (partially found British animated series; 1983-1985)
  • Doug "Doug Can't Dance" (lost original unaired version; 1989/1990)
  • Dorg Van Dango (lost unaired pilot of animated series; 2015-2020) [537]
  • Douglas Furs (unaired Disney pilot) [538]
  • The Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Show (lost unaired Rankin/Bass Animagic stop motion TV pilot)
  • EggBots (lost unreleased 3D animated children's series; 2018) [539]
  • Eunbi & Kkabi: 1000 Gute Taten (partially found Slovak-Korean animated series; 1991) [540] Yes, there was a cartoon produced in Slovakia back in the early 1990s, though it seems to have been a co-production between some Slovakian studio & Sei Young Animation from South Korea. This is the only footage of it on the entire internet BTW, and from the looks of it, it seems to be of a German dub. Not sure if the German dub uses the same theme song as the original Slovak version, or if this is an entirely different theme song made for this dub. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Fantomcat (partially lost English dub of British animated series; 1995-1996) [541]
  • The Fantastic (partially found Israeli animated series; early 1990s)[542]
  • Futa-Kun (unaired pilot of anime series; 1966)
  • Geometric Fables (partially found French CGI animated series; 1989)[543][544] This one surprisingly predates VeggieTales by 4 years, though reportedly these are 5 minutes in length instead of being half an hour in length like most cartoons at this point in time. Just more proof that France was truly ahead of its time. It was eventually dubbed in Hebrew around 1994, this time they had extra segments to make up 11-minute episodes, suggesting that the Hebrew dub contains original segments that weren't in the original French version. Kind of interesting actually. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Go For a Punch (lost "dark web" horror anime; existence unconfirmed; date unknown) [545]
  • The Goonies: The Animated Series (lost unaired animated series based off film; 1996-1997) There doesn't seem to be much evidence surrounding its existence. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Gore And Gregore (partially found animated series; 1980s?) [546]
  • Hai Akko Desu (partially found anime series; 1988-1992)[547] Ok, how the heck did THIS become lost!? Was it considered unworthy like the seemingly thousands of other lost anime out there being made at this period in time? I mean, geez Japan, stop throwing away precious material like this at such a rapid pace! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Harris' Whirlwind (lost anime series; 1966-1967)
  • Haunted Mansion (Disney TVA version of theme park ride) [548]
  • The Haunted Pork Beans Unit (lost European animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[549] I would try to explain what this is, but I think Yossarian himself explained it best: Literally the weirdest cartoon I’ve ever seen. Must be European or something. It’s about this kid who gets mauled by a huge black dog. He manages to escape but over the course of a couple of days the wound - which won’t heal - starts giving him all these whacky low-level powers, like being able to tell if a TV is on or locating lost furniture (I know, right?). Anyway, this freaks the kid out and he faints; wakes up in this macabre hospital and spends his recovery time solving vaguely supernatural mysteries with the (now talking) arm wound and one of the nurses (who may or may not be two piglets stacked up and in disguise). Shit was crazy. The most surprising thing is I’ve never seen anything about it online: no videos, no wiki, no one seems to remember it when I bring it up. There’s nothing. All I’ve got is a ratty VHS recording with a few episodes on it and I haven’t even got a tape deck to play it on. - Yossarian. Really makes you wonder... - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Hey Monie! (partially found animated TV series; 2003)
  • Hobberdy Dick (partially found anime series based on 1652 book; 1992)[550][551] There's several more stuff on it, but this is just the basics. I highly doubt that I would be able to make a page on it though because there probably isn't enough information. AND I MADE A PAGE ON MAD FOR THE COMMODORE 64!!! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Hocus Pocus! Story Pouch (lost 1Korean animated series; 1997)
  • Happy Ness The Secret of the Loch (partially found animated series; 1994)
  • Hood (lost cancelled animated series; 2009)
  • Hound for Hire (partially found animated series; 1963)
  • Howard the Duck, Tigra & Dazzler, and The Offenders (lost cancelled interconnected adult comedies) [552]
  • Insektors (found American dub of French animated series; late 1990s)
  • Itazura Tenshi Chippo-chan (lost anime series; 1970)
  • James the Cat (partially found British animated series; 1984-1998)
  • Jake and the Never Land Pirates (partially found pilot; 2009)

This video is a Disney Junior Hong Kong promo that contains clips from the “Jake” pilot from 0:59 to 1:01, and again at 1:11. [553] This link has the pilot clips from the promo linked together:[554] According to a tweet by Jake’s original voice actor Colin Ford, the show was originally titled “Jake’s Team Pirate”, although it’s unclear whether or not the title changed before or after the pilot finished production.

  • Kamisama Dolls (partially found second season; 2008)
  • King of the Hill "Furry Vengeance" (lost episode of Fox animated TV series; existence unconfirmed; 1998)
  • Kingdom Hearts (found animatic for unproduced animated series; 2002) [555]
  • KISS Hello Kitty (lost cancelled Hello Kitty cross-promotional animated series; 2013)[556]
  • Las Aventuras de Mumú (partially found Spanish stop motion TV show; 1967-1968) [557]
  • LEGO Adventurers (lost Cartoon Network animated series; existence unconfirmed)
  • Leon le Chameleon (lost French animated series; 1983)[558]
  • Les Petits Malins - L'Ours Gabby: L'Ours Canon (lost animation of French localization of "Maple Town" anime series; 1987)
  • Little Bear (lost episode of Nick Jr. animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1990s) [559] [560]
  • Little Dogs On The Prairie (lost unreleased third VHS tape of animated series; dates unknown)
  • Los Colorados (partially found Panamanian animated television series; 2011)
  • Los Pata de Palo (lost Panamanian animated television series; existence unconfirmed)
  • Lucky Duck (lost Belgian animated series meant for North American market; 1961-1964) [561]
  • The Magic Pencil (partially found Israeli animated series; 1998-2000?)[562][563] Not gonna lie, the way this show looks gives it an uncanny Looney Tunes feel. The animation is also rather limited for a late 1990s cartoon despite its bouncy looks. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Making Fiends (lost scripts for unproduced second season; 2008)[564] Series creator Amy Winfrey confirmed their existence in her Making Fiends Q&A page back in 2008.
  • Major Lazer (lost Titmouse pilot) [565]
  • Manga Homerun (lost anime series; 1962)
  • Manu (partially found French animated series and English dub; 1990-1997)[566][567] It seems that you are most likely to find this in Russian than in the original French language and English. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Milo's Bug Quest (lost Korean-Canadian animated series; 2000)
  • Morty Kombat (lost unfinished second season; 2014)
  • Mr. Bogus (partially lost animated series; 1991-1993)
  • Murder Police (shelved FOX animated sitcom)
  • My Friends Tigger and Pooh (partially lost 2006 pilot) The pilot’s opening theme has been found. [568] There is also a promo for the pilot [569], along with pilot clips from a Playhouse Disney UK DVD promo [570].
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (partially found song demos of animated fantasy series; 2010-2019)
  • The Mr Peabody and Sherman Show (lost unaired 26 episodes from animated series; 2015-2017) [571]
  • New Life+: Young Again in Another World (lost production material of cancelled anime adaptation based on isekai light novel series; 2018) [572] [573] [574] [575] [576] - I know I never read the light novels, but fair warning that the whole controversy that led to this anime's cancellation contains mentions of fascism and sinophobia. Read at your own risk. - Bluemothsword
  • Nono-chan (partially found anime series; 2001-2002)[577]
  • Nuzzle and Scratch (partially found British children's TV series; 2008-2011) [578]
  • Oh Max! (lost animated series animated by Colorland Animation; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[579]
  • The Olympic Challenge (lost Korean animated special; 1987)
  • Omer et le fils de l'étoile (lost French animated series; 1991)
  • Otoko Ippiki Gaki Daisho (lost anime series; 1969-1970)
  • Panday (lost Filipino animated series; 1986)
  • Peep and the Big Wide World (lost pilot of PBS Kids animated series; existence unconfirmed; 2003) [580] 1962 The Peep Show pilot 1988 pilot
  • Penking & Liking (partially found Korean animated series; 1992-1993?)[581][582][583][584][585]A remaster of the intro.
  • Pierre And Isa (partially found French animated series; 1991)[586]
  • Pim Wright (lost animated series; 1997) [587] [588]
  • PJ Masks (partially found pilot of Disney Junior children's animated series; 2013)[589][590] The pilot (or at least, part of it) has recently been uploaded onto Facebook by the series director Christian DeVita, but unfortunately, it doesn't show how Catboy and Owlette were kidnapped in the first place. - SafariKid2
  • Primo Le Savant (lost French animated series; 1978)[591]
  • Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders (lost cancelled third season; 1998)
  • Picture Perfect (lost Lloyd in Space episode; 2003) [592]
  • Programa Curt (partially found Catalan shorts show; mid to late 2000s) [593]
  • Polochon (partially found French-Belgian animated series; 1989)[594]This was once thought to have been an Israeli animated series, but it has later been proven to have originated from France and Belgium from back in 1989. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Puppydog Tales (partially found British animated series; 1992)
  • Q.T. Hush (lost animated series; 1960-1961)
  • The Raggy Dolls (partially found British animated series; 1986-1994)
  • Race for Your Life Mac & Bloo (lost Bloo ending)
  • Ren And Stimpy (lost unidentified episode of Nickelodeon animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1990s)[595] I can't seem to find evidence of this existing, and the page itself says that this was rumored to be nothing more than a publicity stunt. This supposed missing episode was about Mr. Horse's presidential bid, but that's all they ever say about what it's about. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Roppo Yabure-kun (partially found anime series; 1969)
  • Samba Et Leuk (partially found French animated series and English dub; 1990s)
  • Satellite City (partially found BBC2 animated series; late 1980s-early 1990s) [596]
  • Schoolhouse Rock! "Scholastic Rock" (original opening and closing credits; 1970s)
  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (lost original broadcast episodes of animated series; 1969-1970) I'm pretty sure the episodes are found, so unless the episodes have changed in some way, nothing is lost. - Terry
  • Scooby-Doo/Courage The Cowardly Dog Scare-a-Thon (partially found crossover 'episode'/bumper material; 2000) Not exactly sure whether to place this here or in the advertising/interstitial material section due to it being basically several segments spanning a marathon, but still tied together. - Rebbil
  • Sharky and George (partially lost animated series; 1988-1992)
  • Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt (lost animated series; 1965-1966)
  • Sky Rat (partially found production material of cancelled Nickelodeon animated series; 2017) [597] [598]
  • Soccer Fever (partially lost Italian-Japanese animated series; 1994)
  • SOS The Zlops Attack (lost French animated series; 1967)
  • South Park “Merry Christmas Charlie Manson” (lost cut ending; existence unconfirmed; 1998)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (lost season 2 scripts)
  • Spunky and Tadpole (lost kids show; 1958-1961)
  • Star Wars The Clone Wars seasons 6, 7, and 8 (partially lost cancelled seasons of animated Star Wars TV show; mid 2000s-mid 2010s) Clarify how these are not the seasons that got released/made.
  • Station Zero (partially found animated series; 1999)
  • Steven Universe Future (various unmade episodes of "Steven Universe" sequel series; 2019)
  • Stories from Toytown featuring Larry the Lamb (lost British stop-motion ITV series; 1972-1974) [599]
  • Sym-Bionic Titan (lost work of cancelled episodes of Cartoon Network action-animated sci-fi show; 2011-2013) [600]
  • Tatakae! Osper (lost anime series; 1965-1967)
  • Team Atlantis (lost cancelled Disney animated TV series; 2002) From what I heard about this show, three of the completed episodes were recycled into the 2003 direct-to-video sequel Atlantis II: Milo's Return. I'm not sure if there were any more episodes of this planned series that never saw the light of day. - Happy Brian
  • Teen Titans (lost cancelled DCAU series; 2010s)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (lost unproduced animated CGI series; 2000)
  • Thomas & Friends "Season 21" (partially lost cancelled episodes of British children's TV series; 2017)
  • Tilt (lost French animated series; 1981) [601]
  • The Timberwood Tales (lost animated series; 1991) Laserdisk release exists, foreign dub used to be online), an Israeli dub of an episode is on YouTube as of April 2021. The show aired for one season on ABC on Saturday mornings in 1991, yet no one seems to remember it airing on that channel in the US at all. Oh and Extreme Wreck 2000 just recently found episodes of it in what seems to be Serbian if the name of the channel is to be believed.
  • Tinti kalandjai (partially lost Hungarian animated series; late 1980s)
  • Tobidase! Bacchiri (lost anime series; 1966-1967)
  • Tom & Sheenah (lost French animated series; 1999-2000)
  • Tom the Friendly Dinosaur (partially found animated series; late 1990s?-early 2000s?) [602]
  • Touni et Litelle (partially found(?) animated series; 1987)[603] Looks quite advanced for a late 1980s cartoon series with the hugely vibrant digital coloring and animation. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Transformers Animated (unfinished content) Source
  • Transformers: Transtech (lost cancelled animated series; 2000-200?)
  • Trickster: Clue Hunters (lost cancelled Korean anime series; 2008)
  • TV Funhouse (partially lost Saturday Night Live series)
  • Unaired Disney cartoon pilot by The Brothers Chaps [604] [605]
  • VeggieTales (lost cancelled episodes)
  • Very Important House (partially found Disney pilot)
  • The Viper (lost Western European animated series; existence unconfirmed; late 1970s?)[606]
  • Waterdrop Fairy Mong-E (lost Korean animated series; early 2000s) [607] [608] [609] [610]
  • The Wuzzles (lost cancelled second season; 1985)
  • What a Mess (lost US/Canada animated series)
  • What's Michael? (partially found anime series; 1988-89)
  • What's New, Scooby-Doo? (partially found unreleased songs from animated TV series; 2002-2006)
  • What’s Wrong With Ruth? (found Cartoon Network animated pitch pilot; 2007) [611] [612] [613]
  • Who's S-S-Scared? (lost production materials for early precursor to "Scooby-Doo" animated series; early 1970s) [614]
  • Widget the World Watcher (partially found Calico Entertainment animated series; 1990-1991) Most of season 2 isn't available in English to my knowledge. There are some episodes that are in Spanish as well as Korean, but I'm not even sure if the Spanish dubbed episodes are even up any longer. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Wiggles in Wonderland (scrapped 2D-animated series concept; mid-2000s) [615]
  • Yin Yang Yo! (lost pitch pilot of Jetix animated series; 2005) [616]
  • Zero-sen Hayato (lost anime series; 1964)

Live Action[edit | edit source]

  • 脱出ゲームDERO! (lost unaired episode; March 16, 2011) [617]
  • 19 Kids and Counting (partially lost remaining season 10 episodes)
  • 2gether: The Series (partially lost MTV series of fictional boy band; 2000-2001) [618]
  • A New Kind of Family (partially found ABC sitcom series; 1979-1980) [619]
  • Aba of the Jungle (lost unaired adventure TV pilot for CBS; 1962) [620]
  • Acting Sheriff (found CBS pitch pilot by Disney; 1991) [621]
  • Adults Adopting Adults (lost cancelled A&E show; partially lost; 2022) Greenlit for 10 episodes, but only 3 were aired. [622]
  • Adventures in Oooberryland (lost unaired pilot of Ready Set Learn children's television series Ni Ni's Treehouse; existence unconfirmed; 1991)
  • The Adventures Of Pete And Pete (lost unedited pilot season with original soundtrack and opening titles/credits; 1991-1992)
  • Afternoon with Inga (lost local television show; existence unconfirmed; 1955) [623]
  • Aliens in the Family (partially found TGIF sitcom; 1996) Episodes 1 and 2 are online, along with some clips and promotional material. Also, there's one seller who claims they have all 8 episodes on a disc, but I don't know how legit it is or if they're in stock. - LaF
  • The All-New Let's Make A Deal (partially lost Monty Hall game show; 1984-1986) [624]
  • Alyx (lost unaired drama TV pilot for ABC; 2003) [625]
  • And Now This! (lost Nickelodeon sketch comedy pilots; 1997-1998)[626]
  • Aquí Está La Chilindrina (partially found Mexican spinoff of sitcom TV series; 1994)

[627]

  • Are You Being Served In Australia? (partially found Australian remake of British TV series; 1980-1981) [628]
  • At Last the 1948 Show (partially lost British sketch comedy series; 1967)
  • Backyard Safari (lost PBS educational series; 1997) [629]
  • The Barbary Coast (partially found comedy series; 1975)
  • Baniwa Chingudeul (partially found South Korean localization of Barney & Friends) [630]
  • Barney & Friends (partially lost alternate versions of credits; 1992-2000)[631]
  • Basi And Company (partially found Nigerian English-language TV series; 1986-1990)[632] Seems that it was popular in Nigeria, but is impossible to find these days outside of fan recordings. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The B.B. Beegle Show (unsold Hanna-Barbera pilot; existence unconfirmed; 1980)
  • Ben 7 (lost Indonesian live-action adaptation of "Ben 10" Cartoon Network animated series; 2009) [633]
  • Beyond Belief (partially found Nickelodeon TV series; 1992-1995) [634]
  • The Big Bang Theory (unaired pilots) There are two unaired pilots actually. One is dramatically different, the other just has an alternate opening scene.
  • Big Brother live feed footage (lost reality show; 2000-present)
  • Big Eddie (lost TV sitcom; 1975)
  • Big Hawaii (partially found drama TV series; 1977)
  • Big Time Rush (lost original unaired version of pilot of Nickelodeon musical comedy series; 2007) [635]
  • Billion Dollar Freshmen (unaired Lab Rats pilot; early 2010s) [636] On the old Wikia (please don't just copy-paste everything on the page by the way).
  • Cain's Hundred "Blues for a Junkman" (lost episode of crime drama TV series; 1961-1962)
  • Caroline's (unaired comedy pilot for ABC; 2009) [637]
  • Camp Orange (partially found Nickelodeon children's series; 2005-2015)

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt2113891/ (UK Version)

  • The Candy Apple News Company (partially found local children's series; 1979-1981) [638]
  • Carry Me (unaired comedy pilot for Showtime Network; 2009) [639]
  • Captain Video and His Video Rangers (missing episodes; 1949-1955)
  • Case Closed (partially found USA network reality show; 1993-1994) [640] This will probably never see the light of day due to Detective Conan getting the same name over here in the U.S. Same goes for the 1988 made-for-TV buddy cop movie of the same name. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Chambermaid (unaired drama pilot for FOX; 2009) [641]
  • Chameleon in Blue (unaired crime-drama pilot for NBC; 1990) [642]
  • Chasing Alice (unaired fantasy pilot for the WB Network; 2003) [643]
  • Checking In (partially found sitcom spinoff of "The Jeffersons"; 1981) [644]
  • Cheerleading Camp (unaired comedy pilot for MTV; 2007) [645]
  • Cherries in the Snow (unaired drama pilot for the CW Network; 2007) [646]
  • China Doll (unaired drama pilot for HBO; 2012) [647]
  • Chloe (unaired drama pilot for the CW Network; 2011) [648]
  • Chloe Gamble (unaired drama pilot for the CW Network; 2009) [649]
  • Cinnamon Girl (unaired drama pilot for Lifetime TV; 2012) [650]
  • Club Super 3 (partially found sketches from the first iteration of the programming block; 1991-2006) [651]
  • The Complete and Utter History of Britain (partially found comedy series; 1969) The entire series is on Amazon-Ghawk.
  • The Cop and the Kid (lost sitcom TV series; 1975-1976)
  • The Daily Show with John Stewart (lost banned "Leisure World, California" segment)
  • Dog's Head Bay (partially found Australian sitcom; 1999)[652] This is actually mentioned on TV Tropes' So Bad It's Horrible interestingly enough. Plus, for some reason, this editing page is slowing down to a mere crawl, but it wasn't like that before. Is someone else editing this? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Double Dare NBA All-Stars Special (lost episode of the Nickelodeon game show; 1992) [653]
  • Drunk History (lost unfinished seventh season of comedy series; 2019-2020) [654]
  • Down To Earth (partially lost TBS sitcom; 1984-1987)
  • Easy Street (partially found sitcom TV series; 1986–1987)
  • Elvis and Slick Monty (partially found Emmy-winning student TV sitcom from DK Vine founders; 2004-2006) [655]
  • La Famille Ramdam (lost French TV series; 1990)
  • The Family Holvak (partially found series; 1975)
  • The Famous Teddy Z (partially found TV series; 1989) Snagged a lot of these from TVV a while back, I have eps. 1-4,6-11,13-18,20 and can upload them to YT or MEGA if needed, not sure if TVV had/has more.
  • The Farm (unaired backdoor pilot edit of The Office episode)
  • Flights of Fantasy (partially lost public-access video game review TV show; also known as "Gaming in the Clinton Years"; 1993-2001) [656]
  • Four Kings (lost episodes of NBC series; 2006)
  • FTV (lost music show; 1980s) Page exists on the old Lost Media Wiki, but there's not enough effort put into it.
  • G4TV's shows (X-play, Arena, Cheat, Filter, Portal and more)
  • Gallery of Madame Liu-Tsong (completely lost TV series; 1951)
  • Gaskin (lost TV movie; 1983)
  • Generations (partially found Bruce Campbell soap opera; 1982-1983)
  • The Genius - original edit of "Monopoly Game" (lost episode of Korean TV series; 2013)
  • Going Great (partially found news magazine series; 1982-1984)
  • Gravemarker Town (墓標の町) (lost Japanese TV movie; 2000) Episode of Itō Junji Kyōfu Collection launched by Japanese TV station ANB in ​​2000, broadcasted September 30th, 2000. [657]
  • Hachaverim Shel Barney (partially lost Israeli adaptation of "Barney & Friends" TV series; 1997-2000) [658]
  • The Hal Linden Special (lost TV special; 1979)
  • Hotel Trubble (lost CBBC show; 2008-2011)
  • Hot L Baltimore (lost sitcom; 1975)
  • Husbands, Wives & Lovers (partially found sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • I Had Three Wives (partially found drama TV series; 1985)
  • I Love Money (lost third season of TV series)
  • Incredible Games (partially found children's BBC game show; 1994-1995)
  • InfoMania/The Rotten Tomatoes Show (partially found satire/variety shows; late 2000s-early 2010s)
  • The Jack And Triumph Show (lost episodes 8-30 and cancelled second season)
  • Joe and Sons (lost TV sitcom; 1975)
  • Joe Forrester (partially found drama series; 1975-1976)
  • Joe's World (partially found sitcom TV series; 1979)
  • The Journey of Allan Strange (partially found Nickelodeon TV show; 1997-2000)
  • King of the Mountain (lost unaired second episode of Takeshi's Castle adaptation series; 1988)
  • La Festa Dels Supers (partially found recordings of kids live events; 1996-2005) [659]
  • La Vie Chez Les Botes (partially lost French kid show block)
  • Late Night Horror (partially found BBC TV series; 1968)
  • Les Super Cracks (partially found Tele Sahel kids game show; 1990s-2000s?) [660]
  • Lifeline (lost documentary TV series; 1978-1979)
  • Living Dolls (lost TV series; 1989)
  • Making the Grade (lost sitcom TV series; 1982)
  • Matt Helm (partially found mystery series; 1975)
  • Merci Gaston! (lost children's TV program based on French-Belgian comic book series; 1989)
  • Mike's Super Short Show (partially found interstitial series; 2002-2008)
  • Mindreaders (partially found game show; 1979-1980)
  • Minipops (partially found British musical TV series; 1983)
  • Mister Rogers/Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (lost prototypes of children's TV series; 1961-1967)
  • Mobile One (partially found TV show; 1975)
  • Moonlight Mask (partially lost Japanese tokusatsu TV series; 1958-1959)
  • Mr. T and Tina (partially found sitcom TV series; 1976)
  • MTV Europe (lost footage of TV channel launch; 1987) [661]
  • The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (lost episodes of Nickelodeon series; 1996-1998)
  • Neighbours "Episode 3896" (unresurfaced episode; 2001) [662]
  • Nick Cannon Show, The (lost TV series; 2002-2003) [663]
  • Ninja Hattori-kun (partially lost Japanese television drama series; 1966-1968)
  • Palmerstown, U.S.A. (partially found drama TV series; 1980-1981)
  • Park Place (partially found sitcom TV series; 1981)
  • Party Animals (partially found New Zealand Children's show; 2003-2005?) {TBC}) Despite being archived, the series has only surfaced in clips (and with the archives not being able to be viewed by the public). [664]
  • Phillip's Wish (lost BBC children's program; 1990s)
  • Phyl and Mikhy (partially found sitcom TV series; 1980)
  • PJ Katie's Farm (partially found Canadian children's series; mid-1990s)
  • Play with Me Sesame (partially lost children's puppet TV series; 2002-2007)
  • Press Your Luck (lost British version of CBS game show; existence unconfirmed; 1991-1992)
  • The Puzzle Place (partially lost PBS edutainment series; 1994-1998)
  • Razzle Dazzle (partially found Canadian Children's television series; 1961-1966)
  • The Rear Guard (partially found American adaptation pilot of "Dad's Army"; 1976)
  • The Rebels (partially found history television series; 1976)
  • The Rock n' Roll Evening News (partially found syndicated news magazine series; 1986)
  • Rosie Perez Presents Society's Ride (partially lost HBO three-part special) Taking a look at hip-hop music, reportedly buried by HBO - only a few surviving performances can be found on YouTube.

[665]

  • Safe At Home (partially found TBS sitcom; 1985-1987)[666]
  • Saturday Playhouse (lost BBC anthology series; 1958-1961) Brian Blessed's TV debut (according to IMDb)!
  • Sazae-san (lost Japanese drama TV series based on manga; 1955-1957) [667]
  • Second Chance (partially lost ABC game show; 1977) Reformatted into Press Your Luck (1983-1986).
  • Snip (partially found unaired NBC sitcom TV series; 1976)
  • Solid Gold (found syndicated musical TV series; 1979-1988)
  • Somerset (partially found soap opera TV series; 1970-1976)
  • Sooty (2001 TV series; 2001-2004; missing episodes)
  • The Sooty Show (1955-1992; missing episodes)
  • Skinnamarink TV (partially found children’s show starring Sharon, Lois and Bram; 1997-1999)
  • Starstuff (partially found children's show; 1980) [668]
  • Struck by Lightning (partially found sitcom TV series; 1979)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (partially lost TV series; 1992) Missing episodes and all live-action stunt segments.
  • Survivor (lost unaired reward challenge in Borneo) Rumored original fire-making contest in Palau, rumored racist remarks by Brian in Thailand.
  • Survivor Africa: Panama This Pan-African season is the only English-speaking version of the reality show Survivor without any footage on the internet. The network scrubbed it from existence to bottleneck attention to Survivor South Africa: Panama, which was airing simultaneously in 2006. [669]
  • Survivor Croatia: Odisejev otok (lost Croatian edition of Survivor) The Croatian version of Survivor (Odisejev otok) only had one season before being cancelled due to "low ratings". No footage of it exists anywhere. Looking it up always yields results of the Serbian version, which aired in Croatia, but it is not the Croatian edition. [670]
  • The Tammy Grimes Show (partially found television series; 1966-1967)
  • Team Angel (found American live-action adaptation pitch pilot of "Sailor Moon" anime series; 1998) [671] [672] Was the second attempt of an American adaptation of the anime.
  • Teech (lost TV series; 1991)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (lost cancelled Hallmark mini-series; 2003) Difference from the actual 2003 series?
  • Tetsujin 28-GO (partially lost Tokusatsu show; 1960) Out of 13 episodes, only the 4th and 12th episodes are missing.
  • The Texas Wheelers (partially found TV sitcom; 1974-1975) [673] [674]
  • Three for the Road (partially found TV series; 1975)
  • The Three Stooges Scrapbook (lost unaired TV version) It ended up getting split into two shorts.
  • Tiswas (partially found ITV children's show; 1974-1982) According to Wikipedia, only 22 out of 302 episodes survive in their entirety.
  • TNT - Our Favorite Movies: Sinbad Hosts (lost Sinbad footage of movie marathon; 1994)
  • Tomorrow's Pioneers (partially found Palestinian children's television series; 2007-2009)
  • Totsugeki! Human (lost Tokusatsu show; 1970s)
  • The Tweenies (lost CBBC version of episodes of British television series; 2001) Supposedly there is an alternate version of the episode "pinching" that aired on CBBC in 2001 and according to YouTube comments and a wiki page, Judy had a calmer voice and read "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, Went Bumblebee" and supposedly Jake pinched Milo due to forgetting to say buzz off and apparently Milo's scream was longer when he was pinched, though I couldn't find a single clip proving its existence. There were also more episodes that aired on the CBBC with different stories.
  • The Wiggles Movie (partially found interstitial series of children's film; 1997) [675]
  • Vital Signs (shelved Dr. Dre Apple TV+ series; 2017) [676]
  • Watch Your Mouth! (lost sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • We Are Men (unaired episodes of CBS TV series; 2013)
  • Westside Medical (partially found ABC medical drama series; 1977) [677] [678]
  • When the Street Lights Go On (Hulu pilot aired at film festivals; 2017) Never greenlit.
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway? (partially found unaired episode of improvisational comedy TV series; existence unconfirmed; 1999) [679]
  • Who's Watching the Kids? (partially found sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • WCW Disney Tapings Matches
  • Who Is America? (unreleased Sarah Palin footage) [680]
  • Z-Cars (missing episodes; 1962-1978)

Puppet Shows[edit | edit source]

  • 1, Rue Sésame (partially found French remake of "Sesame Street"; 1978-1982)
  • Alexander Bunyip's Billabong (partially found Australian puppet series; 1978-1988)
  • The Bertie the Bunyip Show (partially found puppet series; 1954-1966)
  • Between the Lions (partially found puppet TV series; 2000-2010)
  • Captain Kangaroo (partially found children's series; 1955-1984)
  • Chirorin Mura to Kurumi no Ki (partially found stop-motion puppet show; 1956-1964)
  • Dusty's Treehouse (partially found puppet TV series; 1968-1980)
  • Fraggle Rock (partially found French co-production of puppet children's television series; 1983) Referring to the Doc equivalent segments made for the French version.
  • The Further Adventures of Noddy (partially found puppet TV series; 1964-1968)
  • Garfield Goose and Friends (partially found WGN-TV puppet show; 1952-1976)
  • Gerbert (partially found Christian TV series; 1989-1991)
  • Get Up and Go!/Mooncat and Co (partially found puppet show; 1981-1985)
  • Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle (partially found puppet TV series)
  • Hige yo Saraba (lost Japanese puppet show; 1984-1985)
  • Hyokkori Hyōtanjima (partially found puppet show; 1964-1969) This puppet series whose tapes reportedly wiped after the broadcast and reused for other programs. Only 8 survive on black and white Kinescopes (aka Kineco in Japanese) and 2 color ones. [681]
  • Iftah Ya Simsim (Kuwaiti Sesame Street co-production)
  • Johnny Jupiter (partially found puppet series; 1953-1954) Two versions were produced, one for DuMont and one for ABC, little has survived of the DuMont version but a couple of episodes from the ABC series have survived.
  • Kidstime (rare puppet show; 1983-1992)
  • Kitu And Woofl (partially found Australian ABC TV puppet series; 1997)
  • Koussi-Koussa (lost French puppet series; 1987)
  • Les Arènes de l'Info (Guignols de l'Info predecessor - miscellaneous unresurfaced episodes)
  • Les Guignols de l'Info (miscellaneous unresurfaced segments/episodes)
  • Little Star (partially found puppet show; 1995-2004)
  • The Magic House (partially lost Children's series; 1994-1996)
  • Mighty Atom (lost first-adaptation Japanese puppet show; 1957) This was the VERY first adaptation of Astro Boy to television, and it can be assumed to be completely lost because it has been only mentioned in online databases and a few Twitter users and no broadcasts of the show have been said to survive. [682][683][684]
  • Mortimer and Arabel (partially found comedy puppet show; 1993-1994)
  • Mr. Meaty "I Want It That Way" (lost short; 2005)
  • Nekojara-shi no 11-nin (partially found puppet show; 1970-1973) [685]
  • The New Adventures of Pinocchio (rare puppet TV series; 1960-1961)
  • The Ozlets (partially found Australian animated series; 1988)[686]
  • Playroom (lost Australian Children's series; 1958-1967) Continued to run on TV until 1975, when color TV was introduced. [687]
  • Professor Iris (partially found puppet show TV series; late 1990s)
  • Rainbow (partially lost British children's TV series; 1972-1992)
  • The Reppies (lost PBS Kids broadcast airing; 1996)
  • Scratch 'n' Sniff's Den of Doom (partially lost British puppet gameshow; aired on CITV; 2007)
  • Shisukon Ouji (lost puppet TV series; 1963-1964)
  • Tingha and Tucker (partially found British puppet series; 1962-1970)
  • Tugs (partially found 20-minute versions of children's TV series episodes; 1989)
  • Unk and Andy (partially found children's series; circa 1950s) Extremely obscure, there's very little info on it and only one episode has been known to survive on a DVD collection of old puppet shows. [688])
  • Wumpa's World (partially found Canadian Children's series; 2001-2002)
  • The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (partially found children’s puppet show; 1993-1997)

Video Games[edit | edit source]

  • 3D Adventures (lost build of cancelled 3DO game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)[689] Don't ask me what the heck this game is supposed to be. Nothing on this game shows up other than the unrelated 1997 PC game, The 3D Adventures of Sailor Moon due to the similar title. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • 3D Football (lost build of cancelled 3DO/Atari Jaguar football game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)
  • 3D Golf (lost build of cancelled Turbografx 16 game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • 5 Star General (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 game; 1980s) [690]
  • 774 Deaths (lost mobile platformer; 2012) [691]
  • A Gaspocket Adventure: Aliens Ate My Cookies (lost build of cancelled Humongous Entertainment PC point and click game; 2001) [692]
  • The Abyss (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Acetronic MPU (partially found video games released on game console; late 1970s-early 1980s) [693][694]
  • Actraiser 3 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to platform game duology; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) I bet you this was the dream of some really avid fan of the series back in the day who started a playground rumor about there being a 3rd game. I'm looking at YOU Bill, you freakin' person that kept throwing crayons & sliced tomatoes in the school toilets & interrupted people so you can talk about how you found some super duper secret powerup in Super Mario World that lets you shoot out basketballs, or that stupidly fake Wayne's World NES Easter egg where you can go to a level consisting of buzzsaws & green toilets attacking you. A-hole. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Aeon of Strife (lost original "Starcraft" custom map; 1998) [695]
  • Aero Animation (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Probably some tech demo meant to showcase the system being able to show off full-screen animation? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Aids Avenger (lost build of cancelled SNES/PC educational point-and-click game; 1994?)[696][697] I assume it was cancelled because Raya Systems realized that AIDS is mostly associated with gay people & homophobic people would complain about them trying to "LiE tO tHe ChIlDrEn" about gay people. Seriously, this was the '90s we're talking about. There was no way they were going to be able to handle this well at all & they knew it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Airborne Ranger (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to 1987 Amiga third-person shooter game; 1993)[698]
  • Airmail Pilot (lost Atari 8-Bit game; existence unconfirmed; 1981)[699]
  • Akumajō Dracula (lost build of cancelled Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 game; late 2000s) [700]
  • Aladdin And His Magic Lamp (lost build of cancelled Game Gear game; existence unconfirmed; early 1990s?) Not to be confused with the game based on the Disney animated movie obviously. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Aladdin: The Fate of Agrabah (lost build of cancelled Disney Interactive PC game; 1998) [701]
  • Aliens: Colonial Marines (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 port of first-person shooter; 2002) [702]
  • Aliens Crucible (lost build of cancelled role-playing game; 2006-2009) [703]
  • Altarius (partially found Commodore 64 space shooter game; 1988)[704]
  • American Cup (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis soccer game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • American Girl (partially found Flash games; early 2000s) [705] [706] [707] At least 5 other Flash games that are missing: A Samantha muffin baking game, a Samantha butterfly net game, and a Kirsten game where you caught objects with a basket before the house burned down, a game involving Coconut and Licorice where you caught cupcakes, and a Kit typewriter game.
  • Apollo 13 (lost build of cancelled SNES game adventure game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[708]
  • Arena (lost Commodore 64 "discs of TRON" game; 1980s?)[709]
  • Armadillo Garden (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Presumably not a sequel to Armadillo by AIM (not to be confused with Atari 8-Bit developer, Aim Software). - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Armor of Thunder (lost build of cancelled SNES platform game; 1991)[710]
  • Armored Trooper VOTOMS (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game based off mecha anime series; 1989-1990) [711] [712]
  • Around the World (lost Home Vision Atari 2600 game; 1983)[713]
  • Asphalt 4: Elite Racing (lost iPod (Nano, Classic, aka clickwheel devices) game; 2008)[714]
  • Astrocode (lost ZX Spectrum game; 1984) [715]
  • Atari Jaguar/Atari Jaguar CD (lost builds of cancelled games on video game system and add-on; 1995-present) [716]
  • Avoiditic (partially found Commodore 64 homebrew game; 2010)[717] Not even the realm of homebrew can escape the Lost Media Wiki. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • B.A.N.E. (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Found some sources for this. - Misca [718][719]
  • Baby Comes True (lost build of cancelled Apple Pippin productivity CD-ROM; 1996)[720]
  • Bad Boy Tennis (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Balla Balla (partially found Commodore 64 game; early 1990s?) [721]
  • Ballistation (partially found Commodore 64 "Connect 4" style game; 1993)[722]
  • Bandai Telebikko/Terebikko and the See 'N Say Video Phone (partially lost VHS edutainment games; 1986-1989)[723][724] These were separate Japanese and U.S. releases of what is essentially the same edutainment game system. Japan got mostly anime-themed games, while the U.S. got weird puppet games. Three out of four known See 'N Say tapes are online. I'm not sure about the total number of Telebikko tapes, but seven are online. I would love to make an article, but I can't find enough info. - TropesAreDangerous
  • Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Curse (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color platformer; late 1990s) [725]
  • Bass Tourney (lost build of cancelled SNES fishing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) At least I asssume this is a fishing game, unless if this turns out to be a musical game because bass could also mean a very low-pitched instrument, like a bass guitar. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Bassing To the Limit (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) AND THERE GOES ANOTHER ONE!!! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum (found Nintendo DS prototype build of action-adventure game; late-2000s) [726]
  • Battland (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Advance action-strategy game; 2002) [727] Was developed by HAL Laboratories.
  • Battle Jungler (lost build of cancelled Turbografx 16 game; 1992)[728]
  • Battle Smash (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game by Kaneko; 1992)[729]
  • Battle Universe (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Another mysterious Undumped Wiki title. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • BeatStream (lost Bemani touch music arcade game; 2014-2017) [730]
  • Beavis and Butthead Do Hollywood (lost build of cancelled Playstation game based on MTV animated series; 1999) [731], [732]
  • Better Homes And Gardens: Cool Crafts (lost Apple Pippin edutainment game; 1996)[733]
  • Bible 1999 (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1987) Ad
  • Bill Elliot's Super NASCAR (lost build of cancelled SNES racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1991) FUN FACT: He also has a nickname of "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville". The more you know. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Bionic Volleyball (lost build of cancelled SNES volleyball game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Wait, so this game might just be a Mutant League imitator of sorts judging by the title. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Birdcage Yard (lost build of cancelled Super A'can game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?) I'm just imagining that this is a point-and-click adventure game where you have to help a bird escape from its cage & help other birds stuck in cages along the way. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Blackjack (lost Atari 8-Bit game by Color Software; 1980)[734]
  • Blaster Master 2 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to NES platformer; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) I would say that this is probably someone wanting Sunsoft to make a better sequel than the one Sound Images had developed for the Sega Genesis. I wouldn't blame him. The Sound Images sequel was terrible, though the music was mostly pretty good. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Bounce Back (lost build of unreleased Atari 7800 game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?) Another mystery from the Undumped Wiki. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Brainzoff (lost German language ZX Spectrum game; existence unconfirmed; 1985)[735]
  • Break Street (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 breakdancing game; 1988)[736]
  • Brimstone (lost build of cancelled SNES isometric role-playing game; 1994)[737]
  • Brix (partially found Commodore 64 game; 1990s)[738]
  • Brother in Arms: Furious 4 (lost build of cancelled first-person shooter sequel; 2011-2015) [739]
  • Brothers In Blood (partially found Commodore 64 2-player run-and-gun game; 1989)[740] This looks like someone's weird Rambo fanfiction to me. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Brown 60 (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Brute (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?) One of many mysteries of the Undumped Wiki. Just seriously, it's a strange rabbit hole that just keeps going for a while & I don't know where they get these strange names from! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Bubsy III "No More Mr. Nice Guy!" (lost build of cancelled platformer sequel; 1996) Article
  • Bump 'n' Run Driving (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X racing game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) So a less powerful version of Twisted Metal judging by the title, huh? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Burnout (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Well I'm certainly getting burned out by writing all of this stuff down. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Capcom Generations (lost build of Xbox game prototype; late 2003-2004) [741]
  • Captain America and The Avengers (lost build of cancelled Japanese and French translation of NES game; 1991) [742]
  • Carbondale (lost build of cancelled SEGA horror game; 2004) [743]
  • Cardfight!! Online (lost build of cancelled PC game based on "Cardfight!! Vanguard" trading card game series; 2016) [744]
  • Cargo Conquest: The Winning Combination (lost ZX Spectrum multi cassette; dates unknown)[745][746] World of Spectrum used to have pages for the 4 separate games that were reportedly on the very same cassette, which was some kind of winning combination. Spectrum Computing meanwhile lists it as a group, & not a multi cassette, which is the multicart equivalent of a cassette. Not much information surrounds this thing online, but Computer Bomber Game has been found, & its loading screen has a picture of a truck with the Ford logo on the bottom alongside the word "trucks". I would assume that this was some kind of promotional contest Ford did in the United Kingdom, but I'm not certain on that. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cartoon Network "Powerplay Games" (partially found downloadable Flash games from website; early-mid 2000s) [747]
  • Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall (discontinued massively multiplayer online game; 2009-2013) [748]
  • Castlevania Resurrection (found build of cancelled Dreamcast action-adventure game; 2000) [749]
  • Castlevania: The Bloodletting (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X action platformer; early-mid 1990s) [750]
  • Chachamaru Bōkenki 2 (lost build of unreleased Famicom role-playing game sequel; 1991) [751]
  • Channel X (lost build of cancelled Sega CD game; existence unconfirmed; early 1990s?) The Undumped Wiki mysteries extend to the Sega CD apparently! Hoo boy, it's getting tiresome going console by console aside from the occasional Commodore 64 game from Games That Weren't. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Chrono Trigger (lost alpha build of Super Nintendo role-playing game; 1994) [752]
  • Chronos Rift (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 game; 1980s?) Could be a cancelled port of Koronis Rift by LucasArts back when they were called "Lucasfilm Games", but nothing seems to really imply this. Might be its own thing entirely unrelated to that game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Chuck Jones' Peter and the Wolf (lost build of cancelled interactive PC game; 1995) promotional material
  • CineNoir (lost Apple Pippin video montage "game"; 1996)[753] I have no idea what market this is clinging towards. Perhaps people who enjoy making ETPs? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • City Champ (partially found Commodore 64 fighting game; 2014)[754]
  • City of Heroes & City of Villains (discontinued massively multiplayer online game; 2004-2012) [755]
  • Classic Park (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Classics 2000 (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • The Clinton Game (lost build of cancelled 3DO game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)[756] So yeah, this apparently was planned. Don't know if this is some strange hoax, or not, but uhmmmm... it's interesting nonetheless. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Clockwork Knight (lost build of cancelled original Sega 32X version of Sega Saturn platformer; existence unconfirmed; 1994) Sometimes I wonder if the Undumped Wiki is just a bizarre hallucination I'm having for no particular reason. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Club Penguin (partially lost SWF files of discontinued Disney massively multiplayer online game; 2005-2017)
  • Cluster Buster (lost build of cancelled SNES shooter game; 1993)[757] Now this actually looks like it would've been so much fun to play. It's really sad to see that it never saw a release. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Code of the Dragon (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Not to be confused with Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, which also saw release on the Sega Genesis, Game Gear, & Master System. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • College Basketball's National Championship Hosted by Billy Parker (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X basketball game; 1995) A few seconds of footage exist in some promo that Jenovi showed off. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Color Mechanica (lost Sega CD homebrew music album; 2013)[758] This can't be left undumped forever you know. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Come Midnight (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 adventure survival horror game; 2006-2007) [759]
  • Cop Slapper (lost Color Dreams unlicensed NES game; existence unconfirmed; early 1990s?) [760]
  • Contra Spirits 64 (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 action-shooter; late 1990s) [761]
  • Cortex Chaos/The All-New Cortex Show (lost build of cancelled game; date unknown) [762]
  • Craftworld (lost PlayStation 3 precursor to "LittleBigPlanet"; 2006) [763]
  • Crash 'n the Boys: Ice Challenge (found build of cancelled American release of "Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey-bu: Subette Koronde Dairantou" NES sports game; 1993) [764]
  • Crash Bandicoot Evolution (lost build of cancelled game; date unknown) [765]
  • Crater Rangers (lost build of supposedly unreleased Psygnosis Amiga game; 1992)[766] This game is only known to have appeared on season 2 of Nick Arcade as a face-off game of sorts. The fact that it was made by Psygnosis, a legitimate video game developer for the Amiga, suggests that it was actually made using an Amiga, meaning a build that was playable using the Amiga keyboard was made possibly either for testing purposes, or the Nick Arcade version was a modified version of a game that was set for release beforehand but got cancelled. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Crazy (partially found Commodore 64 point and click game; 1990s?)[767] Sounds like the PERFECT game for me because I sure am going crazy! The absolute madness I've been delving into is giving me a hard time believing in such weird theories & has landed me into a mental crisis doing this giant edit! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Crazy Bikes (lost build of cancelled Master System racing game; existence unconfirmed; late 1980s?)
  • Creation (lost build of cancelled PC/PlayStation simulation game; 1992-1997) [768]
  • The Cross (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 crossword game; 1990s?)[769]
  • Crossword Challenge (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) How did this just not exist? They could've easily made this kind of shovelware in like, 5 months. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cuestick (lost build of cancelled NES game; date unknown) [770]
  • Cumulus (lost Atari 2600 Super Cartridge game; 1983) [771]
  • Cyber Virus (lost Atari Lynx homebrew first-person shooter game; 2002)[772][773][774][775][776] Has anyone ever bothered dumping this game at all? It's almost 2 decades old at this point, why hasn't it been dumped yet? Some people are just pathetic I swear. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cybores (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; early 2000s?) I swear, the Undumped Wiki is just making random game names up at this point. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • D-Jump (lost build of cancelled multi-platform emotional platformer game; 1997)[777]
  • Daimaō Zark Densetsu (lost build of cancelled Famicom game; 1990) [778]
  • Dan Marino's Touchdown Football (lost build of cancelled SNES football game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) At least I know that this was a real football quarterback guy. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dance 2000 (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis "Dance Dance Revolution"-esque game; 2000?)[779] Geocities page now leads to a Yahoo! Japan page telling you that the page you are looking for is no longer available. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dando (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis action game; 1990) [780]
  • Dark Star (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[781] I have no clue if the claim that Midnight Synergy developed this game is actually legit information, or just fake stuff to get people to shut up about it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dead Island/Island of Living Dead (lost original version of survival horror game; 2005-2008) [782]
  • Dead Space Mobile (delisted iOS horror game; 2011) [783]
  • Dead Island 2 (Unreleased Sequel to survival horror game; 2013 [784]
  • Death Ball (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Densetsu No Starfy (lost original Game Boy and Game Boy Color builds of Game Boy Advance platformer; 1998-2000) [785]
  • Destruction Derby 3 (lost build of cancelled PlayStation game; date unknown) Can’t find any info on this game. - Corvene
  • Devasoft (lost Atari 8-Bit video games from video game company; existence unconfirmed; 1983)[786]
  • Dexter's Laboratory Robot Rumble (lost build of cancelled brawl fighting game; date unknown) [787]
  • Diddy Kong Pilot (found build of cancelled Game Boy Advance sequel to "Diddy Kong Racing"; early 2000s) [788]
  • Dodory (lost build of cancelled Game Gear game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Donkey Kong Bongo Blast (lost original GameCube build of "Donkey Kong Barrel Blast" Wii racing game; 2006) [789]
  • Doraemon 2 (lost build of cancelled sequel to Hudson's 1986 game "Doraemon"; 1987) Known to only be confirmed at the end of the movie theater version of Doraemon: Nobita and the Knights on Dinosaurs and written cart off the back of the Famicom version of Adventure Island. [790]
  • Doubles Tennis (lost build of cancelled Intellivision tennis game; 1982)[791] It was an updated version of the original Tennis game for the Intellivision with computer-controlled players & support for 4 ECS controllers. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Drame Land (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) I don't know what this is & I can't find crap about it except someone apparently wants this in their collection even though this might not actually exist at all. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dream (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1993)[792]
  • Driver 2 (lost beta builds of PlayStation racing game sequel; 2000) [793]
  • Driving Demons (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Sounds way too awesome to be fake, but sadly it might just be. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dungeon Hōrōki (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1988) [794]
  • Dust: An Elysian Tail (scrapped final episode) [?]
  • Earth Mover (partially found Commodore 64 game; early-mid 1980s?) [795]
  • Eddy Electric (lost 48K ZX Spectrum game; existence unconfirmed; 1986)[796]
  • Eiken for PC -Mekurumeku Densanshitsu Eikenshitate (lost PC game; 2003) [797]
  • Eight Days (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 3 action video game) [798]
  • Emoyan no 20-bai Pro Yakyuu (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of Famicom baseball game; 1990) [799]
  • Empire Vision (partially found Commodore 64 game; 1988) [800]
  • Environmental Detective (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis game; date unknown) [801]
  • Entropy (lost build of unreleased PlayStation game; existence unconfirmed; 1995) [802]
  • Evergreen (lost Atari Lynx homebrew game; 2004)[803] Apparently it had a production run of 13 copies, but there's no source for that at all. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Exerion (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Whether or not it was a sequel to the 1983 arcade game, just a port of that game, or completely unrelated, is a mystery to me. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Exosquad Revised (lost builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES game; existence unconfirmed; late 1990s?) Presumably got cancelled because the show got the axe. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Exotic Sushi (lost Apple Pippin instructional CD-ROM game; 1997)[804]
  • Faria (lost build of cancelled Sega CD role-playing game; 1992)[805] Not to be confused with the NES game as far as I'm concerned. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Fear Night (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Felicia (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom role-playing game; 1995) [806]
  • Felix the Cat (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 text adventure game; 1986)[807] Presumably never got the license from Joe Oriolo's E-state needed to make this a reality. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • FeralTales (lost "FeralHeart" Facebook spin-off game; dates unknown) [808]
  • Fighting Ball (lost build of cancelled Game Gear game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) The Undumped Wiki sure is a weird place. Reminds me of those fake news sites from back in the days of when nobody would know that it was a parody site. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Find the Pair! (partially found Commodore 64 matching game; early 1990s?)[809]
  • Fine Tin (partially found Commodore 64 shooter game; 1989)[810]
  • Fire Desire (partially found ZX Spectrum homebrew game; 2007) [811]
  • Fireman Sam (lost educational PC game; early 1990) [812]
  • The Flash (lost build of cancelled open-world game; 2009) [813] Developed by bottlerocket, working title (flash: the fastest man alive).
  • Flood 2 (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis video game sequel; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Ok, hang on a second, was there even a Flood 1? Sounds like there might've been a 1st one beforehand that probably doesn't exist! Well Undumped Wiki, you just made an obvious fake entry! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Forgotten 2 (lost sequel to "The Forgotten: It Begins" PlayStation adventure puzzle game; date unknown) [814]
  • Fortress (lost build of cancelled "Final Fantasy" action game; date unknown)
  • Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends: Big Fat Awesome House Party (discontinued Cartoon Network massively multiplayer online game; 2006-2009) [815]
  • Fractal Racer (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X racing game; 1994-1995?)[816]
  • Frantic Factory (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Nothing about this game can be found on the internet right now, but here's a Sega Genesis remix of the Donkey Kong 64 track of the same name! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Free Willy (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game based on family drama film; 1995?) I reckon that this was probably based on the Nelvana animated series that was a weird adaptation of the movie. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Freedom Planet (lost early pre-Kickstarter builds of platformer; 2014) [817]
  • Freewheel Burning (partially found Commodore 64 racing game; 1987)[818] Not sure if the controls could be cited as a reason for the game's cancellation since it's a minor thing. Plus, there's no evidence of it being cancelled, so I would assume that it was a limited release game of sorts. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Friday the 13th: The Game (lost deleted content from survival horror game; 2017-2018) [819]
  • Full Throttle 2: Payback (lost production material on cancelled PlayStation 2/PC adventure game sequel; 2000) [820]
  • Fuzz And Rocket (lost Game Boy Advance platform game; 2003)[821]
  • FX Racing (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2/Xbox racing game; date unknown) [822]
  • Galaxy Express 999 (lost build of cancelled Sega CD game based off anime movie; 1992)[823]
  • Galaxy Force (lost Sega arcade shooter game; 1988) [824]
  • Game Boy Music (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Advance music game; 2001) [825]
  • Game Voice (lost video games released on portable console; early-mid 2000s?)[826]
  • Gates of Zendocon (lost build of cancelled original Atari 7800 version of Atari Lynx horizontal shooter game; existence unconfirmed; late 1980s?)
  • Genjū Sōseiki (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1990) Gameplay footage exists. Japanese Twitter post.
  • Get Your Cards Right (lost 16K ZX Spectrum game; 1983) [827]
  • The Getaway 3 (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 3 open-world action-adventure game sequel) [828]
  • Ghetto Blaster (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Presumably doesn't have jack crap to do with the 1985 Commodore 64 game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Ghost Town (lost build of cancelled Apple Pippin game; 1996)[829]
  • Gil (lost build of cancelled NES game by Color Dreams; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) NESWorld lists this as a title, but I have no idea if this is real or not... well, nor does the site itself. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • GioGio's Bizarre Adventure (lost build of unreleased English localization of "JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken: Ōgon no Kaze" PlayStation 2 game; 2002-2003) [830]
  • Girl with a Stick (lost build of cancelled Insomniac game for Playstation 2; 1999-2000) [831]
  • Gizmonauts (lost iOS game pulled from App Store; 2012-2013) [832]
  • Glorious Leader! (lost build of cancelled PC/mobile run 'n' gun game; 2014) [833]
  • Glove Pilot (lost build of cancelled NES Power Glove game; 1989) [834]
  • GoldenEye 007 (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1998) Definitely not a port of the Nintendo 64 game I bet you. At least I hope they didn't attempt such a port because that'd probably cause the developers to have constant breakdowns. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Golgo 13 (lost Philips CD-i quiz game based on manga series; 1992)[835][836]
  • Gorillaz Escape to Plastic Beach Adventure Game (lost online flash game 2009/2010) Not to be confused with the app. [837] [838] [839]. A voice clip. The broken website.
  • Gory Ghost (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1980s?)[840]
  • Grand Theft Auto III (lost deleted Darkel content from open-world sandbox game; 2001) [841]
  • Gravity X (partially lost Commodore 64 homebrew puzzle game; 1997)[842]
  • Greed (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game based on silent psychological drama film; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)I know that sounds odd, but the name of the game is all that Undumped Wiki gives me & there's nothing about the game otherwise. In that case, I'd have to speculate it for the time being. I mean, what do YOU think this game would've been? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Gremlins (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2/GameCube movie tie-in game; 2002) [843]
  • Grid Grabber (lost build of cancelled NES puzzle game; 1989)[844] Apparently it was dumped PRIVATELY. Those scumbags never cease to amaze me in how stupid they are. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Grid Iron Glory (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s-early 2000s?) Apparently there's a program that started in 1999 on the PBS affiliate WOUB in Athens, Ohio in 1999 & still airs there to this day. I swear, if they actually planned an SNES game out of this back in late 1999/early 2000, I'm gonna freakin' lose it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Grid Warrior (lost Atari 8-Bit game; 1984)
  • Ground Zero (lost Commodore 64 war simulation game; 1984) Not an English version of another lost Commodore 64 war simulation game, Peace, which has an article on this wiki made by me. Completely unrelated in fact. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Hangman (lost build of cancelled SNES game based on real-life word guessing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Lemme guess, it got cancelled because they realized nobody would give a crap? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Happy Flappy (lost build of cancelled Watara Supervision game; existence unconfirmed; early 1990s?)
  • Harley Davidson (lost build of cancelled SNES driving game based on motorcycle brand; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • The Head (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES game based on MTV animated series; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) At least I THINK this was going to be based upon that show. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Heart & Heart (lost build of cancelled Game Boy dating simulation game; 1991-1993)[845]
  • Heavy Machinery (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X driving & shooting game; 1995)[846] Now THIS would've been awesome to play! It's said to be made by the same people behind the Sega Genesis technical hardware destroyers like Red Zone, & Subterranea. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Heavy Rain (partially found "Heavy Rain Chronicles" downloadable content for psychological thriller game; 2010) [847]
  • Hebe's Pair Pair Wars (lost build of cancelled Neo-Geo game; 1996)[848]
  • Helioblades (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)
  • Hex-Bert 64 (lost Commodore 64 "Frogger" clone; mid 1980s?)[849]
  • Hi-Ten Bomberman (lost multiplayer-only "Bomberman" action maze game; 1993) [850]
  • Hobey Joe (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 game; 1984)[851]
  • Hockeydrome (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X hockey game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) Insanity is slowly going inside me as we speak. Oh wait, I have already lost my sanity YEARS ago. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Hollywood Monsters (lost unreleased English dub of PC graphic adventure game; 1997) [852]
  • Home Sheep Home (lost original flash version of Aardman "Shaun The Sheep" browser game; 2010) [853]
  • The Horde (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Horror Drive (partially found Commodore 64 racing game; 1988) [854]
  • Hosenose & Booger (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)
  • Hot Wheels World Race (partially lost early builds of PlayStation 2 racing game; 2003) Two of these builds are currently in the hands of Steem69. One specific build was leaked in 2020 by an anonymous user on Discord and it was given to Hidden Palace users Ziimbian and Glitchedblood to investigate the source code.

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  • Hudson's Space Adventure (lost build of cancelled NES space game; existence unconfirmed; late 1980s?) Might've been an attempt at a shoot-em-up by Hudson Soft. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Hyper Japan Racing '94 (lost build of cancelled SNES racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?)
  • Hyperdome (lost Atari Lynx game; late 1990s?)[858] One of the late releases by Telegames during their partnership with Atari. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • HyperScan (lost build of unreleased games for Mattel video game console; 2006-2007) [859]
  • Hyōryū Shōnen Keith (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; 1990) [860][861][862]
  • IBM (lost games/ports for PC; dates unknown) There are tons of them, here are some lists. Most Wanted Games DOS. Old-Games ru (Russian). About 25-33% of these games have already been added to LMW. Further help on adding these games to LMW will be greatly appreciated.)
  • IF (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) A really odd title here, & of course another Undumped Wiki mystery. It's more than likely one of those... what am I even saying!? This was perhaps one of those bizarre games & I would like to see it in action if it's bizarre! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Inazuma Eleven Break (lost build of cancelled Wii remake of Nintendo DS game; date unknown) [863]
  • Inazuma Eleven Atsumeyouze!! (lost mobile game; 2012)[864]
  • Inazuma Eleven (Cupra Studios) (lost build of cancelled mobile game; date unknown) [865]
  • Inazuma Eleven Dash (lost mobile port of Nintendo DS game; 2010)[866]
  • Inazuma Eleven Future (lost build of cancelled mobile game; date unknown)[867]
  • Inazuma Eleven Online (discontinued free-to-play PC game; date unknown) [868]
  • The Incredible Hulk 2 (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X sequel to Sega Genesis platform game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) Do we really need a sequel to that Sega Genesis game? Do we REALLY need one? I'm just losing my mind right now, losing it, losing it! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Incredibles: Escape from Nomanisan Island (lost PC movie tie-in game; 2004) [869]
  • inSANE (lost build of cancelled Guillermo del Toro horror game; 2010-2012) [870] [871] [872]
  • Iron Reign (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx 5-player war simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[873]
  • Jack and the Beanstalk (lost early Nintendo 64DD build of "Pokémon Snap" photography game; 1995-1998) [874]
  • Jade Rousseau: The Secret Revelations AKA Jade Rousseau Die Geheimen Evangelein (unreleased hidden-object games from episodic mystery series; existence unconfirmed; 2010-2017) [875][876] To cut a long story short, "Jade Rousseau: The Secret Revelations" was a planned episodic series of hidden object games. The first game, "Jade Rosseau: The Secret Revelations #1: The fall of Sant' Antonio" was released in June 2010 and ended on a cliff-hanger. The company planned to release 5 more episodes as part of "season one", and then planned to have a "season two" and "season three" with unknown numbers of episodes. However, they don't appear to have ever released any other games for this series. Their site is offline now, but the most recent Wayback captures indicate that they had provisional boxart and working titles for the five other planned games for "season one". - TropesAreDangerous
  • Jelly Boy 2 (found build of cancelled Super Nintendo sequel to "Smart Ball" platformer; 1994) [877]
  • Ji Chuan Sheng: Mei Shao Nv Pian (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis game; year unknown)[878] Translation: Error code. Sorry, no relevant information for this product can be found, please confirm whether there is this product. Thanks, Google Translate! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Joe Vs. The Wall (lost build of cancelled SNES puzzle game; 1992)[879]
  • Joe Ritman's Soccerama (lost build of cancelled SNES soccer game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Supposedly planned for release in Europe by Domark. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Jori (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1990s?)[880]
  • Journey To the Center of the Earth (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Possibly unrelated to the NES game? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Juju 2 (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Was this a sequel or something because I have no idea. It's definitely not related to Tak And the Power of Juju though, I'll give you that. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Jumble (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1992)[881]
  • Jungle Ball (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Kaboom: The Mad Bomber Returns (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo sequel to "Kaboom!" Atari 2600 game; early 1990s) [882]
  • Kameo: Elements of Power (lost early beta builds of action-adventure game; 1990s-2004) [883]
  • Kamikaze Comics (lost build of cancelled Sega CD platform game; 1994)[884]
  • Kargeti II (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game sequel; existence unconfirmed; 1992?)[885]
  • Katamari Damacy Mobile (lost mobile game; 2007) [886]
  • Kevin Kidd (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) More than likely has nothing to do with the Alex Kidd series by Sega. Might not even be by Sega. More than likely this is some other company involved. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Kick Your Brain (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1996)[887]
  • Kid Icarus (lost production material of cancelled Wii game; late 2000s) [888]
  • Killerplants (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1990s?)[889] Reminds me of that creepypasta beta VHS stuff that was the result of the "Every copy of Super Mario 64 is personalized" thing that happened in mid-2020. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • King Kong (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • King of the Crusade (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Possibly unrelated to Kingdom Crusade, which was released in Europe as Legend of Prince Valiant, which was based on the cartoon that had the latter name. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • King of the Road (partially found Commodore 64 homebrew game; 2001)[890]
  • KMB Boy Bus Stop Assistant Diary (lost build of cancelled iOS and Android game; 2017)[891]
  • KMB VR Bus Driving Experience (lost build of virtual reality PC game; 2017-2018)[892]
  • Knights (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color game) Originally made by Guerrilla Games who later went on to create the Killzone series, after being acquired by Sony. [893]
  • Knights of the Realm (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Knocker Blocker (lost ZX Spectrum 48K game; 1983) [894]
  • Know Your Friends (lost build of unreleased Wii U game; 2010s) [895]
  • Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo game based on TV show; existence unconfirmed; date unknown) [896]
  • Kyrlbyte (lost build of unreleased Atari Jaguar homebrew game; existence unconfirmed; early 2000s)[897][898][899] Footage of this one exists on the internet, but it hasn't been uploaded onto YouTube, & is only available on a shady Atari website, & even if it was on YouTube, I'm still not sure if that was even actual footage of an early prototype or a crappy hoax with not much of an attempt at trying to make it look real. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • L.A. Noire (lost prototypes builds and DLC expansions; existence unconfirmed; 2005-2011) [?]
  • Landing Battle (lost Atari 2600 game; early 1980s)[900]
  • Last Action Hero (lost build of cancelled Sega CD movie tie-in video game; 1993) Different game than NES, Super NES, Mega Drive/Genesis, Game Boy and Sega Game Gear versions.
  • Lazeride (lost ZX Spectrum action game; 1984) [901]
  • Le Fantome Vert (partially found Commodore 64 game; 2008)[902]
  • Leaderboard (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) I have no idea what this could possibly be. Perhaps a sports title? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun (lost build of cancelled action-adventure game sequel; date unknown) [903]
  • The Legend of Robin Hood (lost more complete version of prototype of NES movie tie-in game; 1990) [904]
  • The Legend of the Lost Creator (lost build of cancelled Game.com role-playing-game; late 1990s-2000) [905]
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (lost early Wii U builds of action-adventure game; 2013-2017) [906]
  • The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (lost beta build of GameCube action-adventure game; 2000s) [907]
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (lost build of cancelled iQue Player port of Nintendo 64 action-adventure game; 2003) [908]
  • The Legend of Zelda: Mystical Seed of Courage (lost build of cancelled third Oracle series Game Boy Color game; late 1990s-early 2000s) [909]
  • Legend of Zod (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) There's a user profile on Facebook & eBay called "Legend of ZOD", but I assume that it's unrelated to whatever this game is. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Legionaire (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Not to be confused with the 1982 Atari 8-Bit game by Avalon Hill as far as I know. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Lego Exploriens: Space Mystery (discontinued Lego.com game; 1996-1999?) [910]
  • Lennox Lewis Boxing (lost builds of unreleased Sega Genesis/Game Gear/SNES boxing game; 1990s?)
  • Let's & Go!! (found unlicensed Sega Genesis hack of Rock n' Roll Racing; unknown year)[911] Again, Google Translate is to be thanked because the option to just translate the page was missing when I was adding this in. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Lil' Pirates (lost Capcom iOS adventure game; 2010) [912]
  • Lily Franky Theatre (lost 6th broadcast of Super Famicom Satellaview magazine; 1996) [913]
  • Line Drive (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • LINE puzzle de Inazuma Eleven (lost iOS LINE puzzle game; 2013)[914]
  • Lingo (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1995)[915] Looks to be set in medieval times. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • LIT (lost original WiiWare version of PC/mobile game; 2009)[916]
  • Little Hero (partially found Commodore 64 game; early 1990s?)[917]
  • Locomotive (lost build of cancelled Atari 2600 game; 1983) [918]
  • Loom (lost build of cancelled Memorex VIS game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) Undumped Wiki sure has some strange oddities listed. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Lord of the Rings: The White Council (lost build of unreleased role-playing game; 2007) [919]
  • Lucky Star (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Before you ask, no, the anime wasn't being planned back in the '90s with a tie-in game. This is just some unrelated game with the same name. Weebs. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Luna Blaze (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Advance role-playing game; 2002) [920] Was developed by HAL Laboratories.
  • Lunar Chase (found build of unreleased English localization of "X" Game Boy space combat simulator; 1992) [921]
  • Lunar Lander (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis remake of space flight simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Lynx Othello (lost Atari Lynx homebrew othello game; 1999)[922]
  • Maboroshi Kemono Ryodan (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s) I swear I'll get to the bottom of these very odd mysteries sooner or later, it'll just take some time. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Mad Crash Racing (partially found Commodore 64 homebrew driving game; 2014)[923]
  • Madden Football (lost build of cancelled Intellivision game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?) This would've CHANGED HISTORY had it been released! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Magic 7 Block (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis game; 1990s) [924]
  • Magic Eclipse (lost build of unreleased Game Boy role-playing game; 1990) [925]
  • Major Damage (lost build of unreleased Sega Saturn/PlayStation run and gun game; 1997) [926]
  • Major SNAFU (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis sequel to "General Chaos" war strategy game; mid-1990s?)[927]
  • Makai Gakuen Disgaea (lost mobile role-playing game; 2008) [928]
  • Manipulator Glove Adventure (lost build of cancelled NES Power Glove game; 1989) [929]
  • March For Time (lost build of cancelled Sega CD game; existence unconfirmed; early-mid 1990s?) Oh I'll certainly be marching for time. Oh wait, what I'm doing is probably a waste of time. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Mario's Mission Earth (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[930]
  • Marionette (lost build of cancelled GameCube game; 2001) [931]
  • Mark of the Mole (prototype of cancelled Atari 2600 game based on a 1981 album by The Residents; 1982-1983) Dump of ROM only shared among a "select few" and never circulated beyond that. [932]
  • The Mask (lost Super Nintendo beta build and cancelled Sega Genesis/Game Gear build of movie tie-in game; 1995) [933]
  • Master Logic (lost ZX Spectrum puzzle game; 1986) [934]
  • Mat Mania (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Matchbox Racers (lost build of cancelled NES racing game based off "Matchbox" toyline; 1992)[935]
  • Matrix Prime (lost builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES 3D model fighting game; 1994)[936] No sources for this one's existence unfortunately :( - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Maverick Hunter (lost build of cancelled "Mega Man X" first-person shooter; 2010) [937]
  • Max Mania (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Definitely not to be confused with Mighty Max, this was presumably your standard platformer. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Meantime (lost build of cancelled sequel to "Wasteland" sci-fi role-playing game; 1989-1992) [938]
  • Meiro Daikatsugeki Patapata Panikku (lost build of cancelled Famicom game; 1990) [939]
  • Metal Arc (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Metal Arms 2 (lost build of cancelled action-adventure third-person shooter sequel; mid-2000s) [940]
  • Metal Crusher Ardeth (lost build of cancelled Famicom game; 1989) [941]
  • Metamor Kid Goomin (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom game; 1994) screenshots and advertisement exists.
  • Metro Panic (lost build of cancelled Game Boy role-playing game; 1992)[942]
  • Mickey & Donald Popcorn Factory and Soreike! Anpanman Popcorn Kojo First Gen. (lost Japanese video popcorn vendors) [943]
  • Mighty Warrior (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Miki Dog (lost Atari 2600 game; early 1980s) [944]
  • Milky Way and The Galaxy Girls: What Planet Are You From? (lost Flash game; 2003) [945]
  • MiniMatch (lost Cartoon Network massively multiplayer online game; 2007-2009?) [946] [947] - AtomicPonkie
  • Minnesota lottery online gambling service (lost assets from cancelled NES game service; 1991) [948]
  • Missile Fighter (lost build of cancelled Turbografx-16 top-down arcade game; 1993)[949][950]
  • Mission Impossible (lost builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/Sega 32X/Sega Saturn/SNES game based off action movie; 1996)[951]
  • Momma Can I Mow The Lawn? (lost build of cancelled Gizmondo game; 2006) [952]
  • Monster Dunk (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 arcade basketball game; 1995-1996)[953]
  • Monster Hunter (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis shooter game with Menacer support; 1993?)[954]
  • Monster Truck Wars (lost build of cancelled SNES game; 1995)[955] Am I the only one here who thinks that looks a bit TOO advanced for the SNES? No seriously, those monster truck models look uncannily 3D in appearance to the point that I'm not sure if the Super FX is being used here, or not. Also, a Genesis version was proposed as well which I believe would've looked like a zoomed-out version of the Game Gear game... or at least that's what I imagine. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Moon Dancer: Youseiou no Kikan (lost build of cancelled Sega Mega Drive role-playing game; 1990) [956]
  • Moonball (lost build of cancelled Master System game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?)
  • Mortal Kombat: Fire & Ice (lost build of cancelled sequel to "Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks" action-adventure beat 'em up game; 2006) [957]
  • Mouko Densetsu '95 Hanshin Tigers (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom baseball game; 1995) The only advertisement that exists for the game.
  • Mountain Sports (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo action sports game; 1993) [958]
  • Moeyo Butaman!? (lost build of cancelled Famicom game; 1992) [959]
  • Mr. F-X-It (lost build of cancelled SNES Super FX game; existence unconfirmed; 1993)[960]
  • Ms. Pac-Man: Maze Madness 2 (lost build of cancelled sequel to maze game; 2005-2006) [961]
  • MTV Sports: Extreme (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis sports game based on music channel; existence unconfirmed; 1994) Listed on other sites alongside Undumped Wiki, but is unlikely to have ever existed. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Mugen Keitai Disgaea (lost i-Mode mobile game; 2004) [962]
  • Music Painter (lost Korean unlicensed NES game; existence unconfirmed; 1999?) [963]
  • MySims Social (lost build of cancelled Facebook game; 2011) [964]
  • Nameless App (lost mobile horror game; 2012) [965]
  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted (lost alpha build of racing game; 2003-2004) [966]
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion Fighting Operations (lost build of 3D fighting mobile game based on anime series; 2007) [967]
  • NERF Max Force (lost build of cancelled Atari Jaguar CD game; 1995) [968]
  • NFL Team Heroes (lost build of cancelled SNES football game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Nightflight (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 flight simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1984?)[969]
  • Nightwing 1994 (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 "remix" of adventure game; 1994)[970]Gamebase64 page on the original game.
  • Ninku (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom game; 1996) [971] The unreleased SFC game based on the popular manga/anime series that was planned by Namco (now Bandai Namco). I could only find information from the Japanese Wikipedia and a Japanese website called NHT. [972]
  • NO.8 & NO.13 (lost Casio PV-1000 games; existence unconfirmed; existence unconfirmed; 1983?)[973]
  • Noah's Ark 2 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to Konami NES platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1993?) Probably someone confusing Super 3D Noah's Ark with the NES game that was somehow approved by Nintendo for a release in Europe. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Noughts & Crosses (lost SNES puzzle game; 1998)[974][975] This game seems to have ultimately landed in hotel units interestingly enough. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Nuclear Rush (found build of cancelled Sega Genesis VR shooter game; 1992)[976][977]
  • Nutland (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 game; existence unconfirmed; early 1980s) [978]
  • Ochanoma Densetsu (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom role-playing game; 1993) [979]
  • Off Zarken (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1991) [980]
  • Oh My Goddess! (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom racing game based off manga series; 1995) [981]
  • The Old World (partially found Commodore 64 game; early 1990s?)[982]
  • On Table (partially found Commodor4 64 collect-a-thon game; 1997)[983]
  • Ooinaru Kan (lost build of cancelled Famicom RPG based off manga; 1985)[984]
  • Ookami Hei (lost build of cancelled Sega CD platformer; 1993?-1994?)[985]
  • Orbital Run (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 racing game; 1991)[986]
  • Oriental Blue (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64DD role-playing game; late 1990s) [987]
  • Out of the Vortex (found build of cancelled Sega Genesis game based on Dark Horse comic book series; 1994?)[988]
  • Outback Joey (found Sega Genesis platform game for use with Heartbeat Catalyst exercise peripheral; 1993)[989][990] Literally almost nobody gave a crap about the fact that it was dumped at all. Oh & yes, you heard me right, it's a PLATFORMER. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Outpost Mars (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s)[991]
  • OutRun Online Arcade (lost delisted racing game; 2009) [992]
  • Oxygen Racer (partially found Commodore 64 fish game; 1992)[993]
  • Pac-Carnival (lost Japanese arcade game; 1996) [994]
  • Pac-Man (lost "Nintendo Exertainment Life Cycle" Super Nintendo game; 1995?) [995]
  • Pac-Man Adventures (lost build of cancelled precursor to "Pac-Man World 3" platformer sequel; date unknown) Don Bluth was apparently involved in making the game before it was scrapped. [996]
  • Pac-Man Carnival (lost build of cancelled Wii game; 2000s) [997]
  • Pac-Man Ghost Zone (lost build of cancelled PlayStation precursor to "Pac-Man World" 3D platformer; 1996) [998]
  • Parasite Pet Shop (partially found Animal Planet browser-based flash game; 2009) [999] [1,000]
  • PBS Kids Island (discontinued children’s educational website; late 2000s) [1,001]
  • Peaky Blinder (lost builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/Sega CD/SNES platform game; 1994)[1,002] The story to this game legit sounds like something Weird Al Yankovic or Adam Tyner would make up, or if they were to collaborate together on making a game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Persona 3 (lost prototypes of role-playing game sequel; 2006) [1,003] Only two videos with no sound of this prototype exist. The videos were shared under an old ATLUS blog by Persona 3 director Katsura Hashino which is now nowhere to be found. Persona 3 Battle System Prototype Video 1. Persona 3 Battle System Prototype Video 2.
  • Persona 2 Batsu: Infinity Mask (lost mobile spinoff of role-playing game sequel; 2008) [1,004]
  • Persona 2 Tsumi: Lost Memories (lost mobile spinoff of role-playing game sequel; 2007) [1,005] Reddit page where a YouTube link is linked, video is deleted though.
  • Phildeas: Requiem of the Wind (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[1,006]
  • Pizzatime (lost build of cancelled Intellivision sequel to "Burger Time" arcade game; 1984) [1,007]
  • Planet Hot Wheels (partially lost massively multiplayer online Flash racing games; 2001-2004) [1,008]
  • Plants vs. Zombies Adventures (lost Facebook game; 2013-2014)[1,009]
  • Playstation Home (partially found Playstation 3 massively multiplayer online game; 2008-2015) [1,010]
  • Plumbers Don't Wear Ties (lost footage of 3DO romantic comedy graphic adventure game; 1993) [?]
  • PokerMania (lost Atari Lynx homebrew poker game; 2003)[1,011][1,012][1,013][1,014][1,015] Another homebrew game that has yet to be dumped I see. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Pokémon Dream World (discontinued browser-based online game; 2011-2014) [1,016]
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (partially found Wiiware games; 2009) The games were fan-translated to English, so there's possibly a Japan only release that may still be onine.[1,017][1,018]
  • Pokémon X and Y southern region story. They talk about it in the recent TPC discord chat. [?]
  • Ponx (lost Atari Lynx homebrew Pong game; 1999)[1,019][1,020]
  • Popil (lost build of cancelled SNES platform game; 1991)[1,021] The gameplay kind of makes me think of a side-scrolling version of the MS-DOS game, Jetpack. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES platform game based on "Looney Tunes" character; existence unconfirmed; 1995)
  • Postcard Puzzle (lost SNES puzzle game; 1998)[1,022]
  • Power League Baseball & Volleyball (lost builds of cancelled SNES sports games; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Presumably unrelated to the series of baseball games called Power League? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Power Rangers Legacy (lost build of Xbox game prototype; 2003) [1,023]
  • Powers Kingdom (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) No, that's not a typo. That's how the Undumped Wiki lists it as. That's right, it's another mystery from that site. (insert frustrated face here) - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Prix Nebula (lost build of cancelled NES space racing game; 1988)[1,024]
  • Professor Layton and the Phantom Thieves (lost iOS game; 2012) [1,025]
  • Professor Layton Royale (lost iOS game; 2011) [1,026]
  • Professor of English (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis game; mid-1990s?)[1,027] Apparently the ROM dump is somewhere on Sky League, but I have no confirmation on that. It's said that you have to pay for the ROM which just sounds really stupid in my opinion. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Project Giant Robot (lost build of cancelled Wii U game; mid-2010s) [1,028]
  • Prophecy (lost build of cancelled NES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s) Assumed to have been published by Activision, but seemingly doesn't exist. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Prospero (lost build of unreleased Valve action-adventure game; late 1990s) [1,029]
  • Puzzle X (lost build of cancelled Game Gear puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Sounds like a really fake title, which is obvious for the Undumped Wiki. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Puzzible (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; early 2000s?) Karma Studios is said to have developed the game, but I'm not sure on that. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Puzzland (lost build of cancelled Pippin puzzle game; 1996)[1,030]
  • Pyramid of Time (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 futuristic sports game; 1987)[1,031] Not gonna lie, when I saw the title of the game & the screenshot, I was thinking that it must've been a psychological mind screw of an RPG that got cancelled because the game caused the developers to go insane. However, though, that ain't the case & it's instead a futuristic sports competition game. Dang, it crazy mind of mine! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Pyromania (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 game; existence unconfirmed; late 1980s?)[1,032]
  • Quiz-Cross (lost ZX Spectrum game; 1985) [1,033]
  • R.I.O.T (partially found Commodore 64 run-and-gun game; early 1990s?)[1,034]
  • R-Type Gaiden (lost build of cancelled SNES spinoff of space shooter game series; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Someone must've REALLY wanted to do a spinoff of the R-Type series it looks like. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • R3K (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Ok, what the heck could THIS be? "Renegade 3000"? "Revelation 3000"? "Rampage 3000"? "Rollout 3000"? Nothing seems to indicate either of those 4 names. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Radio Rayless (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Advance racing game; early 2000s) [1,035]
  • Rainbow Bomber (partially found Commodore 64 single-screen game; 1991)[1,036]
  • Rambo (lost build of cancelled Watara Supervision game based off action movie; 1990s?)[1,037]
  • Ramrod (lost build of cancelled Amiga/Atari ST game; 1989) [1,038]
  • Rango: The World (lost "Rango" inspired massively multiplayer online game; 2011) [1,039]
  • Rap Attack (lost Super Nintendo game; existence unconfirmed; 1992) [1,040]
  • Ratchet and Clank: Clone Home (lost build of cancelled mobile game; mid-2000s) [1,041]
  • Ratchet and Clank: NEXUS (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 game; 2006) Here you go. - FFF [1,042]
  • Raw Head (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1990s?)[1,043]
  • Reach For the Moon (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 space simulation game; 1987)[1,044] This would've been QUITE the expensive game for back in 1987! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Real Sound 2: Kiri no Orgel (lost build of cancelled Sega Saturn sequel to adventure audio game; 1998)[1,045][1,046]
  • Remnant - Planar Wars 3D (lost Atari Lynx homebrew shooter game; 2000)[1,047][1,048] Petsasjim 1 has a video on it, so perhaps a dump of the beta is lurking around on the internet? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Resident Evil 5 (lost beta builds of survival horror sequel; 2005) [1,049]
  • Resident Evil Portable (lost build of cancelled PlayStation Portable horror game; 2009) [1,050]
  • Resident Evil 0 (lost early Nintendo 64 build of GameCube survival horror game; 1998-2000) [1,051] [1,052] [1,053]
  • Raster Gear (lost unreleased Famicom shoot 'em up game; 1991)[1,054]
  • Return To Jurassic (lost PC adventure-edutainment game; 1995) [?]
  • Riddle Transfer 2 (lost build of cancelled Newgrounds game sequel; 2010s) [1,055]
  • Ride to Hell: Beatdown (lost build of cancelled iOS game; 2013) All three "Ride to Hell" games can technically be put under one article as "Ride to Hell Universe," as Deep Silver, the game's publisher, refers to the games as such.
  • Ride to Hell: Retribution (lost prototypes of action-adventure game; 2008-2013) [1,056]
  • Ride to Hell: Route 666 (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 3/Xbox 360/PC downloadable game; 2013?) [1,057]
  • Ring of Doom (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • River Raid: The Mission of No Return (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo remake of "River Raid" Atari 2600 scrolling shooter; 1993) [1,058]
  • Road Fury (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Could this have been an early name for Road Riot 4WD, which had an unreleased Atari Lynx port? Possibly not, but who knows? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Robo Mech (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Could this have been a Robotech game, or is this completely unrelated? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Rollerball Fantasy Island (lost PC racing game; 1990s/2000s?) [1,059] Also available on a retired set, 333,000 games ROM which I had but the disk was discarded by my father when cleaning. A gameplay video.
  • Route 66 (lost build of cancelled PC adventure game; early 1990s) [1,060]
  • Rocket Knight Sparkster (lost build of cancelled Nintendo DS game; existence unconfirmed; date unknown) The only information I got this, comes from a Japanese fansite (recommend to translate the page: [1,061]).
  • Rocketbirds: Revolution! (lost early Flash version of PlayStation 3/PC platformer; 2009) Later got renamed Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken once ported. The series' website [1,062] still has the Flash version's page up and running despite Revolution itself being dead, both online and with the Windows and Mac launchers, mainly from null .php files and Flash's discontinuation. Content was apparently streamed upon loading. The dev blog [1,063] also has a link to a long-gone forum in the Contact page.
  • Rocket Ranger (lost unreleased Japanese build of NES port of action-adventure game; 1990) [1,064]
  • Rocket Rescue (lost builds of cancelled Amiga/Sega Genesis/SNES action game; 1994)[1,065] Now this one actually sounds like it would've been an original concept instead of being a clone of another game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Roller Thrasher (lost build of cancelled NES isometric sports game; 1989)[1,066] Sounds like it could've been one of the better LJN Toys NES games. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Rugrats (lost build of cancelled Tiger Game.com game based on Nickelodeon animated series; existence unconfirmed; late 1990s?) Would most likely have been a crappy shovelware platformer or puzzle game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Rumble: The Mad Match (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color fantasy dodge ball game; 2000)[1,067]
  • Runner (partially found Commodore 64 game; 1987)[1,068]
  • Sakamoto Ryoma (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1988) [1,069]
  • Sadness (lost build of cancelled Wii survival horror game; 2009-2012) [1,070]
  • Samurai Dawn (lost prototype build for cancelled "Thundercats" ZX Spectrum game; 1986-1987?) [1,071]
  • Scatters (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Apparently this was some Electronic Arts prototype that was for sale some time ago. I have no idea what happened to it, nor who sold it, nor who bought it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Scream 4 (delisted mobile movie tie-in game; 2011) [1,072]
  • Score - The Love Machine (lost unreleased arcade game; 1976) [1,073]
  • SD Gundam Psycho Salamander 2 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to arcade platform game based off anime spinoff series; 1992?)[1,074] No sources on the sequel existing though :( - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Sea Dog/Mariner's Run (lost build of cancelled NES role-playing/submarine simulation/Shoot ‘em up hybrid game; 1991) [1,075][1,076]
  • Search For the Ultra Force (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) So Ultra Force meets Where's Waldo huh? Jeez, what a crossover. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Sebree's Computing (partially found Atari 8-bit games; early 1980s)[1,077]
  • Shadow Stalker (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom side-scrolling action game; 1993) [1,078]
  • Shadows of the Wind (lost build of cancelled Game Boy/Game Gear/MS-DOS/Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Has nothing to with the 2001 Spanish novel of the same name until further notice. - Extreme Wreck 2000*Shinkai (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1989) [1,079]
  • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master (lost unreleased original version of Sega Genesis action game sequel; 1993) [1,080]
  • Shinobi Kid (unreleased prototype of "Alex Kidd in Shinobi World" Sega Master System game; 1989-1990?) [1,081]
  • Shōnen Majutsushi Indy/Indy the Magical Kid (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1992) [1,082]
  • Shredfest (lost build of cancelled 3DO/PS1/Sega Saturn snowboarding beat-em-up racing game; 1996-1997)[1,083]
  • Shui Zi Fang Kuai (lost unlicensed Chinese Sega Genesis game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[1,084]
  • Sichuan Style Mahjong (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis mahjong game; 1990s?) [1,085]
  • Sigue Sigue Sputnik (unreleased Commodore 64 game; 1986) [1,086]
  • Sir Eric the Bold (lost build of cancelled NES isometric game; 1990)[1,087][1,088]
  • Six Days in Fallujah (unreleased third-person shooter; 2009) [1,089]
  • Sixers (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 grid puzzle game; mid-1980s?)[1,090] I really am finding the truly strange & obscure ones over here. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Sixth Sense (partially found Commodore 64 dungeon crawler game; 1993)[1,091]
  • Skeleton Warriors (lost build of cancelled SNES game based off action animated series; 1995)[1,092] Most likely not the same as the PS1/Saturn game that did see a release. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Skies of Arcadia 2 (lost build of cancelled Playstation 2/GameCube role-playing game sequel; 2000s) [1,093]
  • Slicks (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis isometric racing game; 1994)[1,094] I was about to consider deleting the mention of an unreleased port of Slicks 'n' Slide because of stupid me thinking it was, but it probably still exists because, at this point, the sky's the limit! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Small Soldiers (lost build of cancelled Tiger Game.com fighting game based on CGI action animated film; 1998)[1,095]
  • Solo Flight (lost build of SNES sequel to Commodore 64 flight simulation game; 1990s?)[1,096]
  • Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic (found bootleg Game Boy Advance game; 2000s) [1,097]
  • Sonic Adventure (lost early Sega Saturn build of Dreamcast platformer; mid-late 1990s) [1,098]
  • Sonic Dash (lost Windows 10 port of endless runner mobile game; 2014) [1,099]
  • Sonic Extreme (lost build of cancelled Xbox skateboarding game; 2006) [1,100]
  • Untitled "Sonic the Hedgehog" game by Realtime Associates (1996) [?]
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4 (shiny version; 1994-1995) [?]
  • Sord M5 (lost tape/cartridge games on Japanese 8-bit home computer; early-mid 1980s)[1,101]
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth (lost early builds and cut content of role-playing game; 2009-2014) [1,102]
  • Space Canyons (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Not to be confused with the Atari 2600 hack of Apollo's Space Cavern that had a seizure-inducing background. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Space Combat (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Space Junk (lost build of cancelled Jaguar/PC adventure game; 1993-1994) [1,103]
  • Space Race (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Not to be confused with the Dreamcast & PS2 game, Looney Tunes: Space Race. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Spacenuts (lost build of cancelled Memorex VIS game; mid-1990s?)[1,104][1,105]
  • Speed Metal (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Early name for F-Zero? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Spellsinger (lost build of cancelled arcade brawler; 1992-1996) [1,106]
  • Splendid Saga (lost build of cancelled Turbografx-16 game; 1990)[1,107][1,108]
  • The Sporting News Virtual Soccer (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis soccer game; 1995)[1,109] You have to scroll a bit down if you want to see the screenshot. From what I can tell, it looks like the graphics were drawn in MS Paint, though it's most likely a mock-up. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Spyro Ever After (lost build of cancelled educational "Spyro the Dragon" game; 2002) [1,110]
  • Spyro's Kingdom (lost build of cancelled precursor to "Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure" toys to life action-adventure game; late 2000s) [1,111]
  • Star Cycles (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) At this point, Undumped Wiki is seriously getting on my nerves. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Stickman Wars (lost build of cancelled Sega Dreamcast/PlayStation game; date unknown) Source? - LaF
  • Stone (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1997)[1,112]
  • Storm Riders (lost build of cancelled Xbox action game; 2007) [1,113]
  • Street Dunk (lost build of cancelled SNES basketball game; 1990s?)[1,114]
  • Super Bowl Team NFL (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis American football game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Not to be confused with the Tecmo Super Bowl series I believe. More than likely just some really bad game that tried to compete with that series. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Super F1 Circus 4 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to racing game series; 1995?) At this point, developers & publishers have to wonder when to stop flooding the market with such spam. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Super Hustler (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Remember the Rom Hustler website? Well, that website is all I get when looking this up. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Super Jam (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Super Kid Icarus (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo sequel to NES action-platformer; existence unconfirmed; 1994-1996) [1,115]
  • Super Scope Test Cartridge (lost SNES test cartridge for Super Scope accessory; 1991?)[1,116] I recall some other cartridge made that was used by the army that used another, more accurate accessory. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Super Tearaway (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • The Sword of Damocles (lost first virtual-reality/augmented-reality game; 1968) [1,117][1,118][1,119][1,120]
  • Sword of Legendia (lost build of cancelled Wii role-playing game; late 2000s-2011) [1,121]
  • Syvalion (lost build of cancelled North American release of Super Famicom arcade shooter; 1992/1993) [1,122]
  • T-Runner (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 game; 1987-1988) [1,123]
  • Talk About (lost video game based on Canadian game show; existence unconfirmed; 1990) The quote "A computer game of the show was produced by GameTek, but is fairly rare." was on the show's Wikipedia page since September 2009 and on the game shows wiki page since August 2013 and I can't find any proof on the game's existence.
  • Tank Girl (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis game based on science fiction film; 1995)[1,124]
  • Taz-Mania (lost build of cancelled NES game based on Looney Tunes character; existence unconfirmed; 1993) Most likely not the same game as the SNES version. Probably plays more like the Game Boy game. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Team Williams GP (lost build of cancelled Game Gear racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled (delisted remake of arcade game; 2009) [1,125]
  • Terminus 2 (partially found Commodore 64 shooter game; 1997)[1,126] Was there even a Terminus 1 of any sort? Drew Rogers made a hand-drawn demo for the system called Terminus, but it has nothing to do with this game as far as I know. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Terran Wars (lost NES online shooter game; 1993) NESWorld says that the NES model did see release, but I doubt that honestly. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Terminator (lost beta build of "Journey to Silius" NES run and gun game; late 1980s-1990) [1,127]
  • Test Cartridge (lost Fairchild Channel F game; existence unconfirmed; 1976?) Reportedly described in parts 3 & 4 of the service manual, but no one is known to have owned this particular mysterious cartridge. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • That's A Fact Jack (lost build of cancelled early version of "You Don't Know Jack" party game; 1991) [1,128]
  • Thomas Dolby's The Floating City (lost massively multiplayer online role-playing game; 2011) [1,129]
  • THQ Wireless (found mobile games; 2003-2010)[1,130]
  • Thunder In Paradise (lost build of cancelled SNES action game based off Hulk Hogan TV series; 1994)[1,131]
  • Tiberium (lost build of cancelled "Command & Conquer" universe tactical first-person shooter; 2008-2010) [1,132]
  • TimeSplitters 4 (lost build of cancelled first-person shooter sequel; 2007-2012) [1,133]
  • Titan (lost build of cancelled "Halo" PC massively multiplayer online game; 2004-2007) [1,134]
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: Defenders of the Universe (found build of cancelled Playstation 2/GameCube fighting game; 2002) [1,135]
  • Titanium Angels (lost build of cancelled PS2 and PC third-person shooter game; 2000-2001) [1,136] [1,137] [1,138] [1,139] [1,140]
  • ToeJam & Earl 4 (lost build of cancelled Nintendo DS game sequel; date unknown) [1,141]
  • Tokyo Battle Dome 96 (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1996?) At this point, you can just see how many of these sound like made-up things to make the pages on the Undumped Wiki long as heck. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Tom's Revenge (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1993)[1,142] For 1993, it looks seriously outdated, but I would say that the final game might've looked a lot better than this. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness (lost deleted content from PlayStation 2 action-adventure game; 2003) [1,143]
  • Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft (lost deleted content from Playstation action-adventure game; 1998) [1,144]
  • Toonix Totem (lost toonix puzzle game; 2015) [1,145] [1,146]
  • Top Gear Overdrive (lost build of original cancelled Sega 32X version of Nintendo 64 racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1995-1996?) Yet another Undumped Wiki mystery... FOR LIKE THE BAJILLIONTH TIME NOW!!! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Top Wrestling (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 wrestling game; 1992)[1,147]
  • Touchlight (partially lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 shooter game; late 1980s?)[1,148]
  • Tough Turf (lost build of NES port of arcade beat 'em up game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s-early 1990s)[1,149]
  • TrailBlazer/Death Track (lost build of cancelled Game Boy game; 1990s) [1,150]
  • Trickle (lost build of cancelled Game Boy maze game; 1990)[1,151]
  • Tritorn Bloody (lost build of cancelled Famicom role-playing game; 1990)Port of the computer game developed by Zainsoft.
  • Trix World Rollercoaster (lost flash game; date unknown) Is this it? - Corvene
  • True Fantasy Live Online (lost build of cancelled Xbox massively multiplayer online game; early 2000s) [1,152]
  • Trunski (lost build of cancelled Game Gear platform game; 1993-1994)[1,153]
  • Tube (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; early 2000s?) No idea if this truly exists, or not. One of many mysteries of the Undumped Wiki it seems. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Tune-Up Rallye (lost build of cancelled NES racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1992)[1,154]
  • Turd Birds (deleted mobile game; 2013) [1,155]
  • Ultima IX: Ascension (lost original build of role-playing game sequel; late 1990s) [1,156] Before development was forced to be redone and rushed.
  • Ultima X: Odyssey (lost build of cancelled PC massively multiplayer online game sequel; early 2000s) [1,157]
  • Ultra Air Hockey (lost Sega Genesis homebrew game; 2013-2014?) [1,158]
  • Ultrabots: Sanction Earth (lost build of original cancelled SNES version of MS-DOS mecha simulation game; 1992-1994)[1,159] Could this have used pre-rendered CGI before the likes of Donkey Kong Country? That would've been really interesting! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Ultrabulb (lost Commodore 64 Spindizzy like game; 1980s?)[1,160]
  • Unisys ICON (lost games and programs from PC; 1983-1994) [1,161]
  • Unknown Atari 2600 titles (partially found(?) unreleased games for gaming console; dates unknown) [1,162][1,163] [1,164] [1,165] [1,166]
  • Unnamed Helicopter Game (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 helicopter game; 1985)[1,167]
  • Until Dawn (lost PlayStation 3 beta build of PlayStation 4 interactive survival horror game; 2012) [1,168]
  • USCF Check Mate Pro (lost build of cancelled SNES chess game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Ok, am I seriously gonna have to actually try really dang hard to solve the mysteries of the Undumped Wiki, because these names don't give me ANY sort of result other than the Undumped Wiki itself! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • VB Mario Kart (lost build of cancelled Virtual Boy game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s) [1,169]
  • Vectorman (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 game; 2000s) [1,170]
  • Venom Spirit (lost build of cancelled SNES action-adventure game; 1994)[1,171]
  • Vertexer (lost unreleased Taito arcade game; 1993) [1,172]
  • Video Buddy (partially found CGI trivia content for children's game console; 1999) [1,173] [1,174] [1,175]
  • Vietnam Gunboat (lost builds of cancelled Commodore 64/ZX Spectrum game; 1989)[1,176]
  • Voice (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; 1990s?)[1,177]
  • The Void (partially found Disney VR attractions; 2015-2020) [1,178]
  • Wanted: Smokin Guns (lost Western first-person shooter; 2005) [1,179]
  • Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans (lost build of cancelled PC graphic adventure game; 1998) [1,180]
  • War of the Roses (lost PC action hack and slash game; 2012) [1,181]
  • Warlords of Crom (lost build of cancelled SNES game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?)[1,182] This one seems to be a mystery that spread beyond the Undumped Wiki for whatever reason. It's believed that Enix might've published the game, but who really knows at this point? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Warrior of Rome III (lost builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES sequel to strategy game series; 1994)[1,183][1,184][1,185]
  • Watch It (partially found Commodore 64 platform game; late 1980s?)[1,186]
  • Web World (lost build of cancelled NES strategy game; 1989)[1,187] At least it looks to be half-action, half-strategy to me. Could be wrong though. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Whale's Tale (lost build of cancelled Memorex VIS game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)
  • Wildsnake 2/Super Snakey 2 (lost build of cancelled SNES sequel to puzzle game; 1995?) So was Spectrum Holobyte expecting Wildsnake to become a giant franchise? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Witcher (lost original game concept of PC role-playing game; 1996/1997) [1,188]
  • The Witcher Outcast (lost build of cancelled expansion for "The Witcher" PC role-playing game; 2007-2008) [1,189]
  • Wolfenstein VR (lost VR arcade port of first-person shooter; 1993) [1,190]
  • Wonder Flick (lost iOS role-playing game; 2014)[1,191]
  • Wrestlerage (lost build of cancelled SNES wrestling game; 1991)[1,192] Sad that this never got released because I bet you this game would've been completely insane! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • X-Day (lost Namco quiz arcade game; 1993) [1,193]
  • Xamitlu (partially found Commodore 64 game; 1987)[1,194]
  • Xenodrome (lost Thalamus Commodore 64/Amiga game; 1989)[1,195]
  • Xermaid (partially found Commodore 64 shoot-em-up game; early 1990s?)[1,196]
  • Yellow Submarine (lost build of cancelled Master System game based on musical animated film based on Beatles rock album; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?) Reminds me of that Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) hack where you can play as the yellow submarine as well as the school bus from Crazybus. In fact, I'm pretty sure the ROM hack was called Crazysonic. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Yo-kai Watch Wibble Wobble (lost mobile puzzle spin-off game of "Yo-kai Watch" role-playing game; 2015-2018) [1,197]
  • Yoshi's Haunting (lost build of cancelled SNES Halloween game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) Another Undumped Wiki mystery, which is really exhausting me at this point. Like, c'mon how many more of these games with legitimately no proof of existing are there!? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Yoshitsune Densetsu (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom role-playing game; 1993) 3-page review.
  • Yuki Saito Anniversary (lost Philips CD-i disc based on Japanese actress; 1992)[1,198]
  • Z-Quence (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color puzzle game; early 200s?)[1,199][1,200][1,201]
  • Zero-X (partially found Commodore 64 puzzle game; 1993)[1,202][1,203]
  • Zhong Guo Xiang Qi (lost Taiwanese unlicensed Sega Genesis game; 1992) [1,204]
  • Zodiac (lost build of unreleased Sega Genesis game; 1992-1993)[1,205]
  • Zoiks!/Pandemonium (lost build of cancelled Hanna-Barbera PC cartoon crossover adventure game; 1997) [1,206]
  • Zorro (lost build of cancelled SNES action platform game based on comic book character; mid-1990s?)[1,207][1,208]
  • três (lost mobile rpg game; 2013) [1,209][1,210] [1,211]

Ports[edit | edit source]

  • 10 Pin Bowling (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of bowling game; existence unconfirmed; 1999)[1,212]
  • The 11th Hour (lost build of cancelled 3DO port of horror adventure game; 1995)[1,213]
  • 360: Three Sixty (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 port of futuristic racing game; 1999) [1,214]
  • Aces of the Deep (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of MS-DOS submarine simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1994)
  • Acrobat Mission (lost build of cancelled Turbografx 16 port of arcade shooter game; early 1990s?)
  • Air Cavalry (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES helicopter flight simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)
  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (lost build of unreleased NES port of Super Nintendo movie tie-in platformer; 1994) [1,215]
  • Animaniacs Ten Pin Alley (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 port of bowling game; 1998) [1,216]
  • Archer MacLean's Super Dropzone (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES sequel to multi-directional free-floating shooter; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)
  • Archon (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of video board game; existence unconfirmed; 1987) I don't know who the heck is running the Undumped Wiki because this doesn't seem to have ever existed at all. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Badlands Pete (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of Western platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1990)[1,217]
  • Baldies (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of PC simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1996?) Yet ANOTHER Undumped Wiki mystery. You guys tired of these mysteries yet? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Batman: Arkham Origins (lost build of cancelled Mr. Freeze DLC of Wii U port of action-adventure game; 2013) [1,218] I wouldn't exactly call this lost, It would have just been the same DLC as the 360/PS3 versions with Wii U buttons added - PepsiWithCoke 22:06, February 11th, 2014 (UTC) The Wii U has that second screen: there could have been content in the DLC for it, maybe? - XNQtionr 00:24, February 13, 2014 (UTC)
  • Batman: Dark Tomorrow (lost PlayStation 2 port of DC Comics action-adventure game; 2003) [1,219]
  • Batman Forever: The Arcade Game (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of arcade beat 'em up game based off action superhero movie; 1996)
  • Battlefield 1942 (lost build of cancelled GameCube port of PC first-person shooter; 2002) [1,220]
  • Beastball (lost builds of cancelled Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis ports of "Brutal Sports Football"/"Crazy Football" sports game; 1993/1994 ) [1,221] [1,222]
  • Bible Adventures (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of unlicensed NES platformer game; existence unconfirmed; 1994) The Sega Genesis port was released & they did release other Game Boy games, so why this never got released is a mystery. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Blood Storm (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of arcade fighting game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) Just wow Undumped Wiki, you're seriously giving me a headache here. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Bomberman 94 (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of Bomberman game; existence unconfirmed; 1993) Also known as Mega Bomberman for you fellow Sega Genesis fans. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Borodino (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of historical strategy game; existence unconfirmed; 1989)[1,223] Ok, how would THIS run on a system like the 7800? I am legit curious now. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Brain Dead 13 (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of full-motion-video animated game; 1996?)[1,224][1,225] Had this version been released, it would've been the last game to see a release on the Sega CD officially. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Breakthru! (found build of cancelled Game Gear port of SNES/Sega Saturn/PC puzzle game; 1994)[1,226][1,227][
  • Bubba "N" Stix (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Amiga platform strategy game; existence unconfirmed; 1994)
  • Bust-A-Move 3 (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of Game Boy Color puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; 1999?)
  • C2: Judgement Clay (lost build of cancelled enhanced Sega 32X port of fighting game sequel; 1994-1995?)[1,228][1,229] It seems that an early prototype was found & I did hear from one of Jenovi's videos that some prototypes are in the hands of private collectors, so we're close to finding a complete build someday. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cannon Fodder (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of war parody game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?) Well, at the very least it would've had the original intro music in really good Redbook quality. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Cannondale Cup (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES bicycle racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1993?) This was also released for some exercise thing for the SNES if I can recall correctly. - Extreme Wreck 2000 That's right. - The guy with the really long name.
  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (lost build of cancelled Game.com port of PlayStation action-adventure role-playing game; late 1990s-2000) [1,230]
  • Chakan the Forever Man (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of Sega Genesis action platformer game; 1993) Dang, it's honestly sad to see this never got released. I bet you the animated cutscenes in this version would've looked really awesome for the system! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Chaos Control (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of full-motion-video shooter game; existence unconfirmed; 1996?)[1,231] Well, either this or Brain Dead 13. Might've been stood corrected, except not really because neither saw a release on the add-on. HA! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Clayfighter Extreme (lost build of cancelled PlayStation port of "ClayFighter 63 1/3" Nintendo 64 fighting game; 1997) [1,232] [1,233] [1,234]
  • Comanche (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of PC helicopter simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)
  • Cool Spot (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of Sega Genesis platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?) Another seemingly fake port, & hilariously, they take me to pages about fake game covers, including the absolute classic Ecco Watches The Titanic Sink. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Crime Buster (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of Atari 8-Bit light gun game; existence unconfirmed; 1988) I mean, someone must've wanted this on their 7800, am I right? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Crystania (lost build of cancelled Super Famicom port of PC game; 1995) [1,235]
  • CyberBall (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of arcade futuristic sports game; existence unconfirmed; 1990)
  • Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (lost build of cancelled SNES port of arcade racing game; existence unconfirmed; early 1990s?) A build of the cancelled Sega Genesis port has been made publicly available thanks to someone who decided to dump one of the few carts of the prototype that were sent to the few people who bothered to buy from that shady guy. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Darxide (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of Sega 32X space shooter; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)
  • Dashin' Desperadoes (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis platform racing game; 1993) Was this going to be the version to be released in Japan as well as North America? Who really knows at this point? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dead Or Alive (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of arcade fighting game; existence unconfirmed; 1996?) Well it sure looks like someone must've been an avid fan of this franchise to the point of adding in such an entry. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dead Space (lost original Xbox prototype build of horror game; 2006) [1,236]
  • Defender & Stargate Double Bill (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx port of Midway arcade games; existence unconfirmed; 1993) Could you imagine trying to play these games on such a beast like the Atari Lynx? That would've been epic! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Deflektor (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of light reflecting game; existence unconfirmed; 1980s?)[1,237] I think there might've been another source out there about its existence, but whatever source that was I can't find it anymore. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Dennis the Menace (lost build of cancelled NES port of movie-based platformer; existence unconfirmed; 1993) Thank humanity this never came out. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Descent (lost builds of cancelled Sega 32X/Sega Saturn first-person free-floating shooter game; 1995-1997)[1,238] There is evidence surrounding a Sega Saturn port, but no Sega 32X port aside from a single mention on Sega Retro, unless if Jenovi actually talked more about it. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Devil May Cry (lost build of cancelled PlayStation Portable port of PlayStation 2 hack and slash game; date unknown) [1,239]
  • Dino Crisis (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color port of PlayStation survival horror game; 2000) [1,240]
  • Dragon Lore (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of PC adventure game; 1995)[1,241]
  • Dragon’s Crown (lost build of cancelled Dreamcast version of PlayStation 3/PlayStation Vita role-playing game; 1998) [1,242]
  • Dr. Franken (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of platformer; 1992/1993) [1,243]
  • Earl Weaver Baseball (lost build of cancelled SNES port of MS-DOS baseball game; existence unconfirmed; 1991)[1,244]
  • Ecco Jr. (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of Sega Genesis educational spinoff game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?) Now how a game like this would've played out on the Sega 32X is a mystery because I feel it was mostly older kids who played on such add-ons. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Eliminator (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of Commodore 64 action game; existence unconfirmed; 1988) Could this have used 1 channel for music & another for sound effects, or could this have used the POKEY chip? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Elite (found build of unreleased Sega Genesis port of space trading game; 1994) [1,245]
  • Elroy Goes Bugzerk (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of PC educational adventure game; existence unconfirmed; 1995)[1,246]
  • Emoyan no 20-Bai Pro Yakyuu (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of Famicom baseball; existence unconfirmed; 1989)
  • Empire City: 1931 (lost build of cancelled NES port of arcade shooter game; 1987) Presumably the American localization of the port by Acclaim as Japan got it released. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • ESPN NBA Hangtime '95 (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega CD basketball game; existence unconfirmed; 1994)[1,247]
  • Eternal Champions (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of Sega Genesis fighting game; 1993) I would say they realized that the game would be too much for the handheld to handle. Maybe someday some homebrew developer could pull it off. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • European Racers (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of MS-DOS racing game; 1994)[1,248]
  • Exosquad (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis game based off animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1995)
  • F-29 Retaliator (lost build of cancelled SNES port of PC flight simulation game; early 1990s?) The SNES had no 3D processor & was slower than the Sega Genesis, so I don't know HOW this could possibly run. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Fables & Friends: The Legend of Kyrandia (lost build of cancelled SNES point of PC adventure game; 1992)[1,249]
  • The Fairyland Story (found beta build of unreleased NES port of Taito arcade game; 1985) [1,250]
  • Fire & Ice (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Amiga platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1993) I'm going on a limb & saying that it's presumably a port of the Amiga game by Graftgold and NOT the puzzle game by Tecmo. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Firehawk (lost build of cancelled SNES port of unlicensed NES game; existence unconfirmed; 1993?) Now this would've been quite interesting to see. An unlicensed game getting an officially licensed release on the SNES. Oh, the irony! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Gadget Twins (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of Sega Genesis shooter game; existence unconfirmed; 1992)
  • Galaxian3: Project Dragoon (lost build of cancelled 3DO port of rail shooter; existence unconfirmed; 1996?) NOTE: That's how it's officially spelled according to Namco themselves. Another one of Undumped Wiki's many mysteries. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Gallagher's Gallery (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of arcade full-motion-video shooter game; 1993)[1,251] I legit did not know that this game existed; you can blame me on not being interested in what American Laser Games had made throughout the years! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • GS Mikami (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES platform game based on shonen manga series; existence unconfirmed; 1993?)
  • Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm (lost PC port of Xbox 360 action-adventure puzzle game based on Flash animated series; 2008) [1,252]
  • Heart of Darkness (lost build of cancelled Amiga CD32 port of PC cinematic platform game; 1995?)
  • Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit! (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of Super Nintendo platformer based on sitcom series; 1994) [1,253]
  • Hooves of Thunder (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis/SNES port of Windows sports game; existence unconfirmed; 1995)[1,254]
  • Hot Rod (lost build of cancelled Master System port of arcade racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990)[1,255]
  • I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (lost build of cancelled PlayStation port of PC point-and-click adventure game; 1995) [1,256] Only proof I can find of this is a Wikipedia source ("John Byrne (w, a). "Harlan Ellison" Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor 1: 36 (March 1, 1995), Dark Horse Comics"). - LaF
  • Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of PC point-and-click adventure game; 1992) [1,257]
  • Iron Assault (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis/Sega 32X port of MS-DOS mecha simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)[1,258] I mean, this was more than likely a victim of the Sega 32X failing rather hard. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Ivan Stewart's Super Off Road Baja 1000 (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of third-person view racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?)
  • Killer Instinct 2 (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo port of arcade fighting game sequel; mid-1990s) [1,259]
  • Knights of the Sky (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of "The Ancient Art of War In the Skies" combat flight simulation; 1994)[1,260]
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (lost build of unreleased Game Boy Advance prototype of GameCube action-adventure game; 2003) [1,261]
  • Lego Stunt Rally (lost build of cancelled PlayStation port of racing game; 2001) [1,262]
  • Leisure Suit Larry (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of adult-themed game; date unknown) [1,263]
  • Lemmings (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 port of puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; late 1990s?) Probably a port of the 3D Lemmings game that was released on MS-DOS & the original PlayStation? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • The Lemmings Chronicles (lost builds of cancelled 3DO ports of All New World of Lemmings puzzle game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?) This hated 3rd entry was going to see a release on the 3DO, which would've probably further damaged the 3DO's reputation had it been released. Though then again, it's another one of Undumped Wiki's many mysteries, so who knows? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Lost Eden (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of PC adventure game; existence unconfirmed; 1995)[1,264]
  • M&M's Adventure (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 port of platform game; existence unconfirmed; 2009) [1,265]
  • Megaman X3 (lost build of cancelled 3DO port of Super Nintendo action-platformer sequel; 1996) [1,266]
  • Metal Army (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 port of ZX Spectrum platform game; 1988)[1,267]
  • Metal Gear Solid (lost build of cancelled Game.com port of PlayStation action-stealth game; late 1990s-2000) [1,268]
  • Metal Mutant (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx port of Atari ST game; existence unconfirmed; 1992?)[1,269][1,270][1,271]
  • Metal Slug (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of Neo Geo run-and-gun game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?) Only in your dreams Sega fans because this game would've not been able to run well on the PS1, let alone the freakin' 32X! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Midi Maze (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of first-person shooter game; existence unconfirmed; 1989?) Presumably would've been similar to the cancelled Atari 8-Bit build that has been found. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Midwinter (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 port of Amiga winter strategy game; 1990)[1,272]
  • Myth (lost build of cancelled SNES port of PC point-and-click game; existence unconfirmed; 1994) Okay, this just sounds like bullcrap. There is no way the SNES could possibly run this game back in the day. Maybe now, some homebrew developer could do it, but back then? NOPE, NOT HAPPENING! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • NBA Jam (lost build of cancelled NES port of arcade basketball game; existence unconfirmed; 1993) According to Undumped Wiki, this was going to happen. Alas, it never got released. :( - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • NBA Live '98 (lost build of cancelled Game Gear port of Sega Genesis/SNES/PS1 basketball game; existence unconfirmed; 1997)
  • NHL '95 (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of Sega Genesis hockey game; existence unconfirmed; 1994)
  • NHL '96 (lost build of cancelled 3DO & Game Gear ports of hockey game; 1995)[1,273] If this YouTube video is to be believed, then this is presumably real footage of the 3DO prototype & not some hoax. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • NHL: 2 On 2 Open Ice Challenge (lost build of cancelled SNES port of arcade hockey game; existence unconfirmed 1995) Now this game would've probably been nerfed down a bit to fit on the SNES. Might have a few missing features the original arcade game had. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Nick Faldo's Championship Golf (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Amiga golf game; existence unconfirmed; 1994?) At this point, I have to ask if this Undumped Wiki rabbit hole will ever end. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Nickelodeon GUTS (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES sports game based on action sports TV series; existence unconfirmed; 1994?) Of course, another Undumped Wiki mystery to deal with. Oh, joy. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Nickelodeon Party Blast (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 port of party game; 2002) [1,274]
  • Nicktoons Unite! (lost build of cancelled Xbox port of action-adventure game; 2005) [1,275]
  • Night Stalker (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of Intellivision maze shooter game; 1990s?) At least I ASSUME that this is a port of that game. Mattel did release a few Game Boy games, so it's possible. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Pac-Man Arcade (partially found Commodore 64 homebrew port of arcade game; 2015) [1,276]
  • Pacific Islands (lost build of cancelled SNES port of MS-DOS tank simulation game; existence unconfirmed; 1993?)[1,277]
  • Panza Kick Boxing (lost build of cancelled Atari Lynx port of Amiga kickboxing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990s?) You guys may know this under its other title, Best of the Best: Championship Karate. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • PBS Kids Sprout (lost flash games; 2011) [1,278]
  • Phantom 2040 (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of Sega Genesis/SNES platform game based on superhero animated series; existence unconfirmed; 1995)
  • Photon Storm (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of Atari ST multi-directional shooter; existence unconfirmed; 1990)[1,279]
  • Plexar (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 port of ZX Spectrum game; 1987)[1,280]
  • Pocahontas (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis platform game based on Disney animated film; 1996)[1,281]
  • Power Piggs of the Dark Age (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of SNES hack-and-slash platform game 1996?)[1,282] I swear, this looks like it came straight out of some extremely forgotten & lost 90s cartoon that is so obscure that no proof of it exists... yet I still have that feeling inside me. Like, seriously, the game just has the LOOK AND FEEL of one of those cheap TMNT imitators of the 90s for crying out loud! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Puyo Puyo Tsuu (lost build of cancelled Virtual Boy port of puzzle game sequel; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)
  • Pyramax (lost build of cancelled Atari 7800 port of Amiga action game; existence unconfirmed; 1990)[1,283] I just keep finding these kinds of oddities all around & it's rather unsettling now that I think about it. The idea that these cancelled games once existed, but are now seemingly gone forever at this rate with no proof of them ever existing. Heard that this was a Froggo Games title of sorts alongside a couple of other unreleased titles from them. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Q*bert 2 (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of arcade action game sequel; existence unconfirmed; 1990s) [1,284]
  • Race America (lost build of cancelled SNES port of NES racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1992?)
  • Rayman (lost build of cancelled 3DO port of Atari Jaguar/PS1 platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1995?)[1,285]
  • Road Rash (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis racing beat 'em up game; 1996)[1,286][1,287]
  • Road Riot 4WD (found build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of arcade racing game; 1992)[1,288]
  • Robocco Wars (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Famicom platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1992?)
  • Robotica: Cybernation Revolt (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X build of Sega Saturn first-person shooter; existence unconfirmed; 1995?) Or was this the original version? Or is this all a dream I'm having right now even though I can actually feel my hands typing this down? Who the heck knows at this point? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Rocket Knight Adventures (lost build of cancelled Super Nintendo port of Sega Genesis platformer; early 1990s) [1,289]
  • Rough Racer (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of arcade isometric racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1990-1991?)[1,290] Undumped Wiki is still confusing me like always. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • San Francisco Rush Extreme Racing (found build of cancelled Game Boy Color port of racing game; 1996) [1,291][1,292]
  • Scrabble (lost build of cancelled SNES port of cancelled Sega Genesis game based off word board game; existence unconfirmed; 1994)
  • Slicks 'n' Slide (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of MS-DOS racing game; existence unconfirmed; 1993?)[1,293]
  • The Smurfs (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64 port of PlayStation platformer based on animated TV series; 1999) [1,294]
  • Soldam (lost build of cancelled Famicom port of arcade puzzle game; 1993) [1,295]
  • Sonic Riders (lost build of cancelled GameBoy Advance port of racing game; 2006) [1,296]
  • Sports Illustrated Golf Classic (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Game Boy golf game based off sports magazine; 1995)[1,297] The SNES assembly code in the Game Boy game suggests that a SNES version must've been developed around the same time, but never got released. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Spy vs. Spy (lost build of cancelled GameCube port of platformer based on comic strip; 2005) Only remote proof I could find - LaF
  • Star Fox (lost build of cancelled Virtual Boy version of spaceship shooter; mid-1990s) There's this, but it's debatable if this qualifies as Star Fox related. Unless it's not. - LaF
  • Star Wars: Dark Forces (lost build of cancelled SNES port of PC/PS1 first-person shooter based off sci-fi film series; existence unconfirmed; 1995-1997?)
  • Steel Talons (lost Atari 7800 port of 3D arcade flight game; existence unconfirmed; 1992?) [1,298] An image of the prototype once existed on the internet, and was seen on a video by Laird's Lair before his original channel got terminated. Might've been a fake. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Street Fighter (lost build of cancelled NES port of arcade fighting game; 1987?) [1,299]
  • Street Fighter: The Movie (lost build of cancelled SNES port of PS1/Sega Saturn fighting game based off movie based off video game series; existence unconfirmed; 1995?) Ok, the Undumped Wiki is just messing with my mind now. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Super Star Wars (partially found builds of cancelled Sega Genesis/Sega CD/DOS port of game; early-mid 1990s) [1,300]
  • Street Fighter (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2/Xbox platformer; 2003) [1,301]
  • Super Battletank 2 (lost build of cancelled Sega CD port of SNES tank simulation sequel; 1993-1994)[1,302]
  • Super Mario World (lost versions of NES Hummer Team bootleg; 1995) [1,303]
  • Switchblade 2 (lost build of cancelled Famicom port of run and gun platformer sequel; 1992) [1,304]
  • Talvisota (lost build of cancelled Commodore 64 port of Finnish MSX war strategy game; 1987)[1,305] Never hear about many video games developed in Finland before the 2010s, am I right? - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Tecmo Super Hockey (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis hockey game; existence unconfirmed; 1993) Wikipedia is the only thing that says crap about this version. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Teki Paki (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of arcade puzzle game; 1992)[1,306][1,307]
  • Think! (lost build of cancelled SNES/Commodore 64 port of ZX Spectrum puzzle game; 1987)[1,308]
  • Tip-Off (lost build of cancelled NES port of Amiga basketball game; 1991)[1,309] It did make it to the Game Boy though, which would've been very close to the NES version anyway. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • TNN Outdoors Bass Tournament '96 (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Genesis fishing game; 1995)[1,310]
  • Toy Story (lost build of cancelled(?) unlicensed Waixing NES port of Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis game; date unknown) [1,311]
  • Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (lost build of cancelled Game.com port of action-survival game; late 1990s-2000) [1,312]
  • Twinkle Star Sprites (lost build of cancelled Sega 32X port of Neo Geo shooter game; existence unconfirmed; mid-1990s?)
  • Video Kid (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Amiga beat 'em up game; 1993?)[1,313][1,314][1,315]
  • Willy Wombat (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Sega Saturn platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1997)
  • Wiz 'n' Liz: The Frantic Wabbit Wescue (lost build of cancelled SNES port of Amiga platform game; existence unconfirmed; 1993)
  • The World Of Cars Online (lost Disney "Cars" themed MMO; 2010-2012) [1,316]
  • World of Trolls (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of "Super Trolls Islands" painting platformer game based on toy dolls; 1994)[1,317] Jeez, remember the freakin' Trolls fad of the '90s thanks to bootlegs being all over the place here in the United States? Seriously, there was that stupid Stone Protectors cartoon that is bad, but in a hilariously bad way, which is a bunch of redundant sayings, LOL. - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • X-Men vs. Street Fighter (lost unlicensed Sega Genesis port of arcade fighting crossover game; late 1990s) [1,318]
  • Xybots (lost build of cancelled Turbografx-16 & Sega Genesis ports of arcade third-person shooter; 1990s?)[1,319][1,320]
  • You Don't Know Jack (lost build of cancelled Game Boy port of Windows/PS1 comedy quiz game; existence unconfirmed; 1995-1996?) Looks like the internet doesn't know jack about this port. Bad dum tss! - Extreme Wreck 2000
  • Zeewolf (lost build of cancelled Sega Genesis port of Amiga 3D helicopter shooter game; 1995)[1,321]

Other[edit | edit source]

  • Abu Moo Collection (lost Android apps; developer deleted)
  • Barney & Friends (partially lost Seasons 1-13 bloopers) [1,322]
  • Barney and the Backyard Gang: A Day at the Beach (partially found early unreleased version of VHS tape; 1988) Pilot footage at 1:20 and 1:22. Pilot footage at 2:04.
  • Captain Kangaroo's Birthday Party at Sea World (found special video; 1999) [1,323] [1,324]
  • Cancelled Windows Operating Systems (Odyssey, Neptune, Cairo, etc.)
  • CEL Home Video, Endeavour Entertainment and Roadshow Entertainment (partially found edits from New Zealand releases of Thomas and Friends; 1989-2003?) {TBC}) Much like Ster Kinekor, the New Zealand releases of Thomas and Friends have many editing errors although it's much less common for them to happen, the most infamous one being from the New Zealand release of the best ever Christmas collection (which is what's seen in the reference). [1,325]
  • Chuck E. Cheese's CEC TV "Where is Chuck E." Video
  • Doom (lost QuakeCon announcement trailer for video game; 2014)
  • Eric Goldberg's Hobbes animation test (lost Calvin and Hobbes pitch animation; existence unconfirmed; 1990s) [1,326]
  • Famicom Disk Writer (lost discontinued game-writing kiosk)
  • Final Fantasy XR Ride (partially found ride footage; 2018) [1,327]
  • Fortnite: Battle Royale "First Shadows" Sierra and Chaos Origins shorts (unreleased shorts of unfinished three-episode miniseries; existence unconfirmed; 2021)
  • Homestar Runner Alamo Drafthouse appearance (lost video files of live show) [1,328]
  • Google Search (inaccessible Windows Store app; 2012)
  • I Am Rich (lost iOS app pulled from App Store; 2008) [1,329]
  • Katamari Desktop Buddy (2005-2007) Online installer, so the program is considered lost.
  • Kids for Character: Choices Count (partially lost deleted scenes; 1997) Deleted scene at 0:12
  • Luigi's Mansion Spaceworld 2000 Trailer (lost full FMV for Luigi's Mansion; 2000) [1,330]
  • Microsoft ActiMates (largely undocumented toy and video line; 1997-2000) [1,331]
  • Microsoft Windows (partially lost builds/versions of operating systems; 1983-present) [1,332] [1,333]
  • My Little Pony: Live (lost production materials from cancelled stage musical of My Little Pony franchise; 2019-2020) [1,334][1,335]
  • Nokia Alerts (partially found Windows Phone app; 2014; deleted by developer) 13 of the 170 alerts have been found. [1,336]
  • Nokia Buzzer (lost Windows Phone app; 2014; deleted by developer) [1,337]
  • Safety 4 kids The ABCs of Safety VHS parts 1 and 2
  • Samsung Google TV Firmware (lost custom build of Android operating system; 2012)
  • Still Smoking (unreleased content from unreleased Blu-Ray of comedy film; 2010s) Blu-ray.com Amazon The HD version of the film is available in Digital HD format. The Blu-Ray was supposed to be released with "Up In Smoke", but never was.
  • Spongebob Squarepants (lost "baseball fun" lecture animation from Nickelodeon series; existence unconfirmed; 2005) [1,338]
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: The Sponge Who Could Fly (A New Musical) (partially found footage from musical; 2007-2012) [1,339] [1,340]
  • Ster Kinekor (partially found edits from South African VHS publisher These releases have some very bad editing issues with some releases using incorrect masters (like offline edits). [1,341]
  • Timon and Pumbaa's Virtual Safari (partially found prototype version of The Lion King Special Edition bonus feature; 2003) [1,342]
  • The Green Elephant (lost original 140-minute cut of Russian horror film; existence unconfirmed; 1999) (original Russian title: Зелёный слоник, Translit. Zelyonyy slonik) [NSFL] [1,343]
  • Thomas & Friends (partially found measurement photos of children's TV series; 1984-2008)
  • Veggietales (found editions of STARS classroom; 1998) [1,344]
  • Wallpapers from MSN (lost program and wallpapers; 2008) Online installer, so the program is considered lost.

Deleted Articles (need re-writing)[edit | edit source]

  • A&E Biography (lost documentary series) [?]
  • Alien 3 (found unused concepts of sci-fi horror film sequel; 1992) [1,345] Please don't plagiarize the article.
  • Angry Kid (lost pilot of British claymation short series; 1995) [1,346]
  • The Brady Bunch (lost unreleased music video; 1984) [?]
  • Cartoon Network "Powerhouse" (partially found animated CN channel bumpers; 1997-2004) [1,347]
  • Caught In The Act: Naked (lost sexploitation film; 1966) [1,348]
  • Conker's Other Bad Day/Gettin' Medieval (lost builds of cancelled GameCube/Xbox/Xbox 360 sequel to Conker's Bad Fur Day Nintendo 64 platformer; mid-2000s) [1,349] [1,350]
  • Crystal Castles (partially found songs of Canadian electropunk/witch house band; 2003-2007) [1,351]
  • Cushion Kids (partially found Australian children's TV series; 2001) [1,352]
  • The Dating Game (lost unaired pilot of CBS game show; 2009) [1,353]
  • Deadly (lost Australian animated television series; 2006) [1,354]
  • Dolphin (partially found unreleased Imagine Dragons song; 2014) [1,355]
  • Doubutsu no Mori + cancelled English localization ("Animal Crossing 2") Confused for being Animal Crossing 2. [?]
  • Dragon Ball Z: Cell to Kogeki Da (lost 3DO port of "Dragon Ball Z: V.R V.S" game; 1994) [1,356]
  • The Fast and the Furriest (lost build of cancelled Xbox 360 party game; 2006) [1,357]
  • Forever (lost silent film adaptation of "Peter Ibbetson" novel; 1921) [1,358]
  • The House Without a Key (lost mystery film serial based on book; 1926) [1,359] Planning to remake this better in the near future - Astro.
  • I'm a Big Girl Now (partially found ABC sitcom series; 1980-1981) [1,360]
  • Kaitou Joker (lost English dub of anime series; 2016) [1,361] Former plagiarized page, good potential for an article.
  • Kameo 2 (lost build of cancelled sequel to "Kameo: Elements of Power" Xbox 360 action-adventure game; late 2000s) [1,362]
  • Kiss Me! Kiss Me! Kiss Me! (lost sexploitation film; 1968) [1,363]
  • Kream Krunch (lost commercials of Kellogg's cereal; existence unconfirmed; 1965) [1,364]
  • Il Trenino (partially found Italian children's TV series; 1978-1981) [1,365]
  • "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You" (lost Beatles stereo mixes of songs; 1964) [1,366]
  • Max Steel: Covert Missions (lost build of cancelled Game Boy Color port of Dreamcast game based on Mattel action figures; 2000) [1,367]
  • Napoleon Dynamite (lost alternate Sundance cut of comedy film; 2004) [1,368]
  • Not the Nine O'Clock News (partially found BBC sketch comedy show; 1979-1982) [1,369]
  • Past Life (lost Fox crime drama series; 2010s) [1,370]
  • Perform the Way (lost 2Music video; 2000s) [?]
  • Personals (lost CBS late-night game show; 1990s) [1,371]
  • Plastic Beach (partially found unreleased Gorillaz album tracks; late 2000s) [1,372]
  • Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation Planetarium: Tenkū Kara no Chōsen (lost anime short; 2004) [1,373]
  • Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Atsumare! Pokémon Planet Center (lost anime short; 2006) [1,374]
  • Raid Over the River (lost build of cancelled Nintendo DS shoot 'em up game; 2006) [1,375]
  • Saints Row: Money Shot (lost build of cancelled multi-platform action-adventure game; 2010-2011) [1,376] Original article plagiarized from the Saints Row Wiki.
  • School Disco (lost British animated short film; 1999) [1,377]
  • Shaping Up (partially found ABC sitcom series; 1984) [1,378]
  • Simply Sisters [1,379]
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (lost unproduced second season of Fox Kids superhero animated series; early 2000s) [1,380]
  • Survive This (partially found CN Real TV series; 2009) [1,381]
  • Tots TV (lost US dub; 1996-1998)
  • Velvet Dark (lost build of cancelled Nintendo 64/GameCube sequel to "Perfect Dark" Nintendo 64 first-person shooter; 1999-2000) [1,382]
  • Video Dream Theatre (lost Nickelodeon animated pilot; 1979) [1,383] [1,384]
  • Vinesauce (partially lost internet live streams of streamers; 2010-present) [1,385]
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic (lost Missing Persons concert opening; 1982) [1,386]
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway? (partially found unaired segments of ABC improvised comedy show; 1998-2004) [1,387]
  • Winning Lines (partially lost CBS game show; 2000) [1,388]
  • Zenisis (lost music video of Blank Banshee single; 2012) Link to the Song.