Game developer Omar Cornut has uploaded a playable demo of the unreleased Super Nintendo version of Rayman, making this freely playable by anyone.
Cornut, co-founder of the studio Lizardcube, says that he gained a copy of the game’s early build after reaching out to the series creator Michel Ancel. Speaking to Polygon, Cornut stated that Ancel ‘kindly lent me the cartridge to dump it’.
Back in October, Ancel posted an image of the SNES game on his Instagram account. It was thought that the game was lost, but this recent finding changed that.
Source: Video Gamer