Platform: Atari Lynx

subdirectory_arrow_right Mario Lemieux Hockey (Game), Atari Corporation (Company)
Atari Corporation wanted to license out the likeness of hockey player Mario Lemieux for a Lynx game that would've been titled "Super Mario Hockey" as a jab at Nintendo and their Super Mario franchise disguised as a reference to Lemieux's nickname. The game was never made, but eventually Lemieux's likeness would be licensed out to Sega for a 1991 hockey game.
subdirectory_arrow_right Klax (Game), Raiden (Game), Gauntlet: The Third Encounter (Game)
Attachment While most of the Lynx library can be played with the system held horizontally, some games like Gauntlet: The Third Encounter, Klax and Raiden were designed to be played with the system held vertically.
Attachment Released just one month after Nintendo's Game Boy, the Atari Lynx was the world's first handheld with a color capable display.