Mattel had high hopes for their Power Glove back in the day and to make full use of its features Mattel had a few games in the works. The first 3 titles to be made for use with the
Power Glove was Super Blove Ball, Glove Pilot and The Terror of Tech Town, but last two titles mentioned sadly never saw the light of day.
This is what Mattel wrote in their Power Glove Press Kit about The Terror of Tech Town:
Mattel has created a new dimension in action adventure gaming. In Tech Town the elements and characters come alive with the ability to move in "real space", as you counter with your own
3-D moves. With the Power Glove at your control you search through high-tech neighbourhoods, known as "corpor-hoods" of the future.
These vast complexes, related to various areas of science and industry, contain precious "tech units" which are critical to your survival. Your "tech units" have been stolen and you must
retrieve them. As you travel through the "corpor-hoods", the Glove can open doors, search through corridors, and even travel through time and space. Using the Glove as a robot claw, you
literally grab the "tech units" from under your enemy's nose and, with a sweep of your arm, you fly off in your spaceship to return them to their rightful place.
Honestly though this sounds like the most boring game ever. Nothing is known about the game though, it was in development to be released shortly after the Power Glove launch in the fall
of 1989, but who developed it and why it was canceled remains a mystery for now :-)