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Who Made What: Unexpected Development
Post Posted: Tue Aug 16, 2005 11:42 pm
This thread isn't going to be big, but since this is taking off, I'll look at some old e-mails and will try to provide information if possible.

Back in 1999 I talked by a guy named Matthew C. Gaston.

> For what company did you worked?  [..]  And, on which games?

The company was Unexpected Development.  The one game I did that actually
got published was Sport Illustrated Championship Football & Baseball, in 1995.  I also did a pinball game that was pretty fun, but it got canned at the last minute.
[...]
I wish I had a hard-card copy of the pinball game.  Alas, I think that the
games that never get released usually disappear into the ether.
[...]Unexpected Development went out of business.  I suppose that you could find the names of other companies to try by looking on the backs of Game Gear game boxes. Even the small companies probably have a web site.

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 9:17 am
I remember JUNGLE STRIKE for GAME GEAR was devoloped by Unexpected Devolopment, but I sold the game a long time ago, so I can't confirm it.
 
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Getaway Pinball
Post Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 11:43 am
Contacted the guy for more information:

The unpublished game was Getaway Pinball (for Game Gear.... There was also a Game Boy version).  If you can get your hands on a burn of it that would be awesome!  The game was basically ready to go, maybe a few rare bugs if any.

Good luck!

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Post Posted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:49 pm
David Brickhill (former Unexpected Development programmer) told me that the unreleased Game Gear port of Beethoven was also developed by them.
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