Many Pippin titles were not released, despite having been announced or developed for the Pippin Atmark in Japan, or the Pippin @WORLD in the United States. Bandai CEO Makoto Yamashina (山科誠) had originally expected to launch about 200 CD-ROM titles for Pippin consoles, with an emphasis on teaching and learning.
Bandai withdrew the Pippin platform from the market on March 1, 1998, less than two years after its debut. Some finished titles were released on other platforms such as Macintosh, while others were cancelled outright for various reasons. A few difficult to track projects were left with uncertain fates.
- @Card (possibly based on the game engine from @Card SD Gundam Gaiden)
- Digital Manga
- Enhanced CDs
Titles released on other platformsEdit
The following titles continued to be listed on Bandai Digital Entertainment's Japanese or American websites until the Pippin platform was officially withdrawn. Though completed and shipped for other platforms, their release statuses for the Pippin Atmark or @WORLD consoles are unclear.
- Agnes Chan's Childrens Dinosaur Museum
- Asakusa Monument
- Australia Diving
- Blessed by the Sun, vol.1
- Blue Sango
- Bravo Books!
- Clone Ranger
- Curio City
- Don Quixote (Lite)
- EncyChronicle: Ryoma Sakamoto
- EncycloMedia: Japanese Jindai Moji Characters
- EncycloMedia: Lotus series
- Fate Horoscope: Angel of Fortune
- Franklin the Turtle
- GM Instrument Chart (provisional)
- Graduation Real
- Gundam 0079: The War for Earth
- Honshū-san Kumagera ecological report
- Inadvertently a Witch Maid
- Japanese Folk Tales, vol.1-3
- The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime
- Kazuya-kun (calculation/multiplication/division edition)
- Kids Sound Master
- Living on Earth series
- Making Music
- Mechanical Watch Collection
- Music Forest Ritmo, vol.1
- Music ISLAND vol.5: The Blue Danube
- Play-Doh Creations
- Pop Up Computer
- Raster-chan to Asobou
- Das Rheingold
- SeesawC 3: Paco Paco Rescue
- SeesawC 4: Magical Alphabet Cube 1000
- Sento Monogatari, sono I
- Symbiotic Earth
- Star Wars: Rebel Assault
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire
- Tan-Goo series
- There Are Many People
- Vehicle Wonderland
- Welcome to Minakata Kumagusu Mandala Hall
- World's Diving Spots
Other unreleased portsEdit
The following ports had been announced through media outlets, but never saw release for the Pippin:
- ClayFighter (3)
- Dr. Seuss's ABC
- Dust: A Tale of the Wired West
- Jump Raven
- My Favorite Monster
- Risk: The Game of Global Domination
- SimCity 2000
- Star Trek: The Next Generation – A Final Unity
- Star Trek: The Next Generation Interactive Technical Manual
- Titanic: Adventure Out of Time
A few working demonstration discs of unreleased Pippin ports and/or demos have turned up in museum or private collections, which included:
- College Thunder
- Outpost Cuba: Missions at Guantanamo Bay (possibly related to A-10 Cuba!)
- Star Wars: Dark Forces
Katz Media had also been licensing CD-ROM titles, of which only 4 to 5 were being developed for the Pippin platform, due to cost. However, it is uncertain which titles had been released as Katz Media was seeking distribution partners at the time.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Other BDE Titles, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1997-07-12.
- ↑ Power Ranger - A Japanese Toymaker Invades Cyberspace by Cesar Bacani and Murakami Mutsuko, CNN. 1996-04-19.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Apple Bandai Pippin USA Games by Willard, AtariAge Forums. 2014-08-03.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 The unreleased games of Pippin (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Journal du Lapin. 2016-08-06.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Other BDE Titles, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1996-10-29.
- ↑ Consoles + (French), M.E.R.7. 1995-01.
- ↑ GamePro (70): 16, IDG. 1995-05.
- ↑ Playtime for Pippin by Carolyn Bickford, MacUser p.27. Ziff-Davis. 1995-09.
- ↑ Rarest/most valueble item you own by kstyle25, AssemblerGames. 2004-04-03.
- ↑ Bandai Pippin...College Thunder??? by kstyle25, AssemblerGames. 2004-10-30.
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 11.2 Katz Media Apple Pippin Development Kit by aspect, AssemblerGames. 2015-06-02.
- ↑ Artifact Details: Dark Forces by Rahoul Puri, Computer History Museum.
- ↑ This is a Norwegian game console developed for Apple (Norwegian) by Martin Gramnæs, PressFire. 2015-03-11.
- ↑ Distributors Wanted, Katz Media AS. Archived 1997-10-23.