So when I was browsing on Twitter this morning. I found out that the creator of Rayman Michel Ancel has found a working ROM prototype for the Super Nintendo that he and his team been working on 24 years ago according to his Instagram posts. However, Ubisoft wanted Ancel's team to completely scrap the Super Nintendo version in favour for 32-bit/16-bit consoles which uses more power and colours. He states that the unfinished SNES ROM is shelved for 24 years before showcasing it to the public. As of today...
The ROM still works and only 4 people seen this prototype in action!! He even considered this to Ubisoft on making a new Rayman game based on the actual gameplay used in the SNES build for Nintendo's new hardware. For me, that would be an excellent idea to both Ubisoft and Nintendo. Even though there is no gameplay videos of it, I'd love to see Unseen 64 cover this build if Ancel provides an actual ROM file to the team in which I think it is very unlikely as I seen numerous developers not releasing their prototype builds to the public. But hey, it can happen. : P
And now, there is gameplay video also posted by the creator himself. And trust me, it looks interesting, check it out for yourself here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BL_wNhGALF8/?taken-by=michelancel