Unreleased The Simpsons Game SEGA Dreamcast
Sure, the SEGA Dreamcast was not a commercial success during its 1999 – 2001 run, but many are still diehard fans of the game console. One such person stumbled upon a Dreamcast devkit and on it was a tech demo of The Simpsons: Bug Squad game developed for Fox Interactive by Red Lemon Studio around twenty years ago. Since this was only a proof of concept, music and sound effects were not added, but you do get to see a beautiful cel shaded rendition of The Simpsons’ home. Read more for the tech demo and additional information.

The game focuses on a mosquito or other type of winged insect and runs on the “Toon Render” engine. On a related note, another beta of an unreleased game, called Take the Bullet, was found on the devkit hard drive too, also developed by Red Lemon Studios.

LEGO DC Wonder Woman vs Cheetah 76157 with Wonder Woman (Diana Prince), the Cheetah (Barbara Minerva) and Max; Action Figure LEGO Toy for Kids Aged 8 and up, New 2020 (371 Pieces)
  • This 2-sided model includes a high-tech bunker and a revolving transmitter tower; When kids bring Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) and her archenemy, Cheetah (Dr Barbara Minerva), to the scene, anything can happen
  • A winged Wonder Woman and Cheetah minifigures provide super-hero action, while a Max minifigure is at the control center; High above, the transmitter tower rotates through 360 degrees and up and down
  • Kids can fix the Wonder Woman minifigure to the rotating transmitter as she flies around the tower, Max stands at the controls; When the Super-Villain, Cheetah, arrives, it’s time for an epic battle
  • Boys and girls aged 8 and up will enjoy exciting, imaginative adventures with this popular LEGO DC Wonder Woman toy; An action-packed gift for all young super heroes
  • Measuring 7” (19 cm) high and 6” (17cm) wide, with a radar dish measuring 7” (20cm) across, the LEGO DC Wonder Woman vs Cheetah (76157) set encourages imaginative play on a large scale

Oh my! Not seen that for 20 years! We had a great coder who had developed an amazing cell shading engine for DC. I knew Fox pretty well, so this was a demo we created and I pitched to them. We were never commissioned, so this was technically never an official title in development. This was a trip down memory lane. The tech was great, developed by a guy call Rich Evans, great coder. Bug Squad concept came from Jamie Grant if I remember. A great art team built the models. The tech was also pitched as a production tool for the show itself,” said Andy Campbell, Red Lemon Studio co-founder.