Rare’s unreleased Dinosaur Planet for Nintendo 64 is now in the wild, and gameplay of it operating on the console is offered.

The computer game preservationists at Forest of Illusion revealed they had actually launched a construct of the video game dated December 2000. Dinosaur Planet ultimately introduced as Star Fox Adventures for the GameCube in 2002.

Digital Foundry’s John Linneman has actually validated the credibility of the develop, and handled to get it operating on a real Nintendo 64. The video listed below is gameplay he caught:

This develop of the video game does not appear to stem from the Nintendo gigaleak that just recently assisted fans bring back the Super Mario World soundtrack. Rather, it appears the preservationists purchased a disc with work-in-progress code of Dinosaur Planet on it.

Dinosaur Planet was a 3D experience video game along the lines of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time that was initially unassociated to the Star Fox series. So the legend goes, Shigeru Miyamoto himself recommended it be retooled to integrate Fox McCloud and co, and release not on the N64 however the GameCube.