Beavis and Butt-Head is an cancelled 1996 arcade beat 'em up game that was in development by Atari based on the popular MTV cartoon of the same name. The game was built using 3DO-based hardware. The game borrows ideas from the cartoon, alternately asking players to work together or fight each other (outside in a mud pit using boxing gloves on the end of baseball bats, naturally).
It was tested poorly and was never completed (4 of 6 levels were done). Another reason of the game's cancellation was because Midway bought Atari and cancelled all of Atari's projects such as Primal Rage II.
On April 6, 2016, Galloping Ghost Arcade picked up prototype #9 of the game after Jeremy Fox of Prince Arcades sold it and was not working. They were able to get it working again by finding a used 3DO in the next day. The game was now playable at the Galloping Ghost Arcade. However, they refused to release the ROM online.
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