The beta of the game was found when user ZakhooiTM purchased a Dreamcast development kit off of eBay. When he, or she, received the kit, he/she found code that, after a bit of work, turned into a playable version of the game. That means that 12 years after it’s originally scheduled release for the Dreamcast, which never happened due to the discontinuation of the console, the beta version of ToeJam and Earl 3 is now available for download via the Assembler Game forums.
If you don’t want to download anything, and want to play that actual retail version of the game, you can get it for the original Xbox that it was released for have Sega closed down it’s hardware side of the company.
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