Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans is a black comedy point-and-click adventure video game under development by Blizzard Entertainment, set in the Warcraft universe, and cancelled before its release.
Four or five months after Blizzard had released Battle.net and Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal had shipped back in 1996, Blizzard began development on Lord of the Clans, that would be cancelled just over a year later. The official reason being that the game wasn't up to Blizzard's standards of quality. But on 9th September this year, 18 years later, it was leaked on the warcraft fansite scrollsoflore by a user Reidor who participated in the game testing.
The game is about 95% finished, the main bugs being in the audio files and cutscenes.
The company Animation Magic (an American company with a 100% owned subsidiary located in St. Petersburg, Russia) was tasked to produce the twenty-two minutes of fully animated sequences, the game's artwork, the coding of the engine and the implementation of the sound effects. Blizzard provided all the designs, the world backgrounds, sound recording and ensured storyline continuity.