Unexpected Development


Unexpected Development was a small game development company in San Francisco, California, founded in about 1990 by industry veteran Cary Hammer. The company concentrated mostly on handheld games for the Nintendo Game Boy and later for the Sega Game Gear.

The company closed in approximately 1998.


PGA European Tour(1995)
Shaq Fu(1995)
Sports Illustrated Championship Football & Baseball(1995)
Phantom 2040(1995)
Getaway: High Speed II, The(1995)
PGA Tour 96(1995)
Jungle Strike(1995)
RoboCop vs. The Terminator(1994)
SeaQuest DSV(1994)
Winter Olympic Games: Lillehammer '94(1994)
Sports Illustrated Golf Classic(1994)
Spider-Man / X-Men: Arcade's Revenge(1993)


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