Good day ASSEMbler games community I'm hoping someone here can help me in my search to find something that I've been looking for over the last 6 months and that is the unreleased SNES version of Puggsy that was developed by Traveller's Tales and set be published by Psygnosis in 1994 but first a little background (I originally brought some of this up in the holy grail thread but since nobody responded there I thought I might have better luck posting everything in its own thread). On May 29, 2018, Traveller's Tales founder Jon Burton posted a video to his Youtube channel GameHut confirming that an SNES version of Puggsy was pretty much completed and ready to ship but ended up being canceled by Psygnosis at the last minute due to poor sales of the Genesis/Mega Drive and SEGA CD/Mega CD versions of the game which is sad because SNES fans missed out on a hidden gem of a game (surprisingly Burton also revealed that some of the SNES music ended up being used for the Sega CD/Mega CD version which came out shortly after the Genesis/Mega Drive version and before the SNES version was canceled because the developers didn't have enough time to create brand new CD audio tracks for some of the levels). Here's the GameHut video for reference: I've actually been trying to get in contact with a few of the key people who would have been involved with the development of the SNES version to see if they may have anything left of the project but thus far have had no luck and I'm hoping someone can help me reach these people to ask, the first person of interest is Chris Stanforth who served as the lead programmer for the SNES conversions of Traveller's Tales' releases around that time period and would probably be our best bet in finding anything useful in this search, the next person of interest is Tony Parks who served as a QA tester for Psygnosis and had previously been involved with QA & play testing testing on the Genesis/Mega Drive & Sega CD/Mega CD versions of Puggsy making it highly likely that he served as a QA tester for the SNES version as well, the final person of interest is Charles McNair who served as a play tester for Traveller's Tales and like Tony Parks also served as a play tester for the Genesis/Mega Drive & Sega CD/Mega CD versions of Puggsy and still works for the current iteration of Traveller's Tales "TT Games" (I actually tweeted at TT Games to see if they could help me get in contact with McNair but unfortunately I never got a response). I also attempted to reach out to Matt Furniss and Shaun Hollingworth (Matt was the composer for Puggsy and Shaun provided the sound drivers) to see if they may have anything left from the soundtrack for the canceled SNES version and I actually did get a response form Shaun and unfortunately he never had access to any of the sound assets for any of the games his drivers were used for and thus far Matt hasn't responded to my inquiry on the matter. If anybody could help me get in touch with these people I'd really appreciate it because as a big Puggsy fan I'd like to see SNES users have the chance to experience this hidden gem on their favorite system.