Yes, really. The backstory for this game is ridiculous. According to legend, it was cancelled because the makers of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone were concerned due to the main audience of the Game Boy back then being children. Though they did keep a prototype cart (possibly the source of this release.) of it for historical purposes. ...Except the game wasn't cancelled at all. What actually happened next was that it got retooled into three different games. North America got the finished product split in half. under the form of two separate Mary Kate & Ashley games. "Mary-Kate & Ashley - Get a Clue" and "The New Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley" Europe on the other hand, got only one game. this time based off the German animated series known as "Maya the Bee". It's worth noting that the latter game actually contains leftover sprites from South Park. Which makes sense as it was the first of the three released: and now, we finally got a hold of the source game. Definitely one of the most interesting prototype leaks of this year. Edit: Here's some gameplay, since people don't think this thread has enough info. It should be noted that the game actually uses the exact same passwords as the Maya the Bee game. So here they are in case you want to jump to specific parts of it (Level names are obviously different between the two, but other than that they work just fine.) that Tim Follin. None of the music was reused in the three released games that came out of this, unfortunately.