Spyro: Ever After was an educational Spyro game that was cancelled in 2002.
Spyro: Ever After was going to have Spyro in a fairytale environment with whimsical creatures for a series of adventures. However, the game never passed the storyboard.
- If Spyro: Ever After was released, it would have been the first (and presumably the only) educational Spyro game.
- It is unknown why Spyro: Ever After was cancelled, but it is most likely that Vivendi Universal Games wanted Spyro not to appeal to the "young child" demographic Insomniac Games was not originally aiming for; but rather continue the tradition of making Spyro something enjoyable for all ages.
- A 7 second run of the game's intro was posted online.