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Geo Adventure 4
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Developer(s) "Balls"
Publisher(s) Universal Interactive Studios
Engine GeoBob Engine 2
Platform(s) PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 (unconfirmed)
Released Cancelled
Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) Single-player

Geo Adventure 4 (also known as Geo Adventure 4: Bot Conquest) is a cancelled platform video game that was originally going to be the fourth game in the Geo Adventure series developed by "Balls" and published by Universal Interactive Studios, and was due for a 2000 release for PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast.

However, the game was cancelled in 2000 because "Balls" ended its deal with Universal Interactive Studios, before development of the game was complete. If this game was released, it would have been the last "Balls" game to be published by Universal Interactive Studios. A complete prototype version of the game was released on November 17, 2005. Discs and downloads containing final versions of the game are also easy to obtain via the internet and are playable on PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast emulators and modded consoles.

GameplayEdit

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PlotEdit

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DevelopmentEdit

On December 15, 1998, two more days before the premiere date of Geo TV on ABCUniversal Interactive Studios and "Balls" announced that a fourth game in the Geo Adventure series would be titled Geo Adventure 4 and it was due for a 2000 release. Mark Cerny (who worked on the PlayStation games and used to be the president of Universal Interactive Studios), was initially designing the first PlayStation 2 Geo Adventure game, which was supposed to be Geo Adventure 's first free-roaming outing. The game was going to be developed by "Balls", so it would have undoubtedbly been a PlayStation 2 version of the game.

However, after Universal Interactive Studios (currently known as Vivendi Games) fell out with both Mark Cerny and "Balls", the game was dropped. The plans were cancelled in 2000 because "Balls" ended its deal with Universal Interactive Studios, before development of the game was complete. It was later "replaced" with Geo Adventure: Gree Guy's Returns.

PrototypeEdit

On November 17, 2005, an image of the complete prototype of the game was released by a member of the internet forum, Lost Levels. The prototype was made for PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast. It is only missing a few extra details that were planned to be in the game.

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TriviaEdit

  • The alpha version of the game was released on July 29, 1999.
Geo Adventure
Main series
Geo Adventure (1996) • Geo Adventure 2 (1997) • Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy (1998) • Geo Adventure: Gree Guy's Returns (2002) • Geo Adventure: Geo Guy Land (2008) • Geo Adventure: The Adventure Starts Again (2012) • Geo Adventure Twinsanity (2013) • Geo Adventure IV: 10th Warrior (2015, cancelled) • Geo Adventure: Reunion (2015, reboot)
Spin-offs
Geo Quest to the Guest (1999) • Minions (1999-present, spin-off series) • Geo Adventure Advance (2002, remake) • Geo Adventure DS (2005, remake) • Geo Generations (2014, remake) •
Other
Geo Adventure: The Complete Series (2013)
Cancelled
Geo Adventure 4
Characters
Geo GuyGree GuyArthur the AardvarkDoom VercettiJea TenromonMr. LoseitRicoLittle GuyMinions (DaveStuartKevin) • Evil MinionsBikouMoobinKing FerinHomerBlooMore...
Related
Geo Adventure (film) (2018)

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