Baby's Day Out (partially lost builds of cancelled movie tie-in video games; 1994)

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Baby's Day Out Game Boy.jpg

Title screen from the Game Boy version.

Status: Found (Sega Genesis and Game Boy versions)
Lost (Super Nintendo version)

Date found: Unknown (Prototype and ROM dump of Sega Genesis port)
19 Oct 2014/09 Sept 2020 (prototype and ROM of Game Boy port)

Found by: Unknown (Sega Genesis)
Purple Shyguy (Game Boy)
4chan (Game Boy lotcheck leak)

Baby's Day Out is a cancelled video game based on the 1994 movie of the same name that was developed by Designer Software and published by Hi Tech Entertainment and originally scheduled for release in October 1994. It was fully completed and ready to be released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy, but was cancelled at the last minute for unknown reasons.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Instead of Bink, the player controls what appears to be Bink's guardian angel that helped Bink to stay away from the kidnappers, which never appeared in the film.

Status[edit | edit source]

In November 2014, a copy of the Game Boy port was sold on eBay.[1] Only prototypes of the Genesis and Game Boy versions have been found, but unlike the Game Boy version, two Genesis prototypes have appeared online and are available for download on several ROM sites. No known prototypes or final builds of the SNES version have resurfaced.

On September 9th, 2020, a ROM build of Baby's Day Out along with other unreleased Game Boy and Color games on lotcheck was leaked in 4chan. The ROM's file can passed under by name DMGABYE0.[2][3]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Advertisement from the original VHS release of the movie, following the end credits.

Reference[edit | edit source]

  1. The forum thread where the Game Boy port was found. Retrieved 10 Sept '20 (archived via Wayback Machince).
  2. Forest of Illusion tweet post. Retrieved 10 Sept '20 (archived via Wayback Machince).
  3. legitimately obtained file analysis Retrieved 10 Sept '20.