Following on from last weekâ€™s post about three long lost N64 games being preserved online, this week has seen the ‘preservation’ of the previously unreleased Game Gear puzzle game Crazy Faces.
The release comes from the almighty SMS Power, a website dedicated to preserving everything 8-bit and Sega flavoured. Crazy Faces was in development in 1993 by The Kremlin, who handled the Master System and Game Gear versions of Prince of Persia and Desert Strike.
Although the game itself isnâ€™t anything to get excited about â€“ itâ€™s just a simple tile sliding puzzle game â€“ the fact that the images were going to be of various Domark licenses such as James Bond, Markoâ€™s Magic Football (and Sonic, oddly) make it quite the curio.
Several other unreleased Game Gear games have surfaced over the years including Pac-in-Time, Yogi Bearâ€™s Goldrush, Frogger and a platformer based on the popular French cartoon Spirou.