It’s all the time good when an extended misplaced recreation is unearthed and right now is a kind of days. Reintroducing the cancelled Nintendo 64 title, Carnivalé: Cenzo’s Adventure.
This obscure 3D platformer, developed by Terrraglyph Interactive Studios and revealed by Vatical Entertainment, was proven to the general public again at E3 1999 and was based mostly on an animated movie of the identical identify that obtained a restricted launch in sure European international locations. Preservation web site Forest of the Illusion has now launched this “unfinished” 1999 prototype construct on the web with the help of ‘Baker64’.
In a nutshell, a gaggle of pals enters a magical carnival solely to study they have to escape it earlier than they’re trapped there without end. You can get a greater have a look at this title courtesy of Tony from the online game preservation YouTube channel Hard4Games. As he explains, the title was deserted after the studio bumped into monetary bother.
What do you consider this misplaced slice of Nintendo 64 historical past? Leave a remark down under.