Listening to After Hours #26 and Caleb's remarks, "have you reviewed this before?" & "It might have had werewolves though? but don't they all do?"* got me thinking: Cataloging the various "alternate history WWII" games that have come and gone in the past 15-20 years could be an amusing exercise. This particular niche is just littered with dead game lines. There was an article in a recent issue of Wargames Illustrated discussing all of the miniatures from defunct alternate history WWII game lines you could use for playing Konflict '47. I honestly don't think that the author saw the irony in this.
The story of Paolo Parente's attempts to market a game based on his Dust comic is epic. There have been at least three attempts with different companies, but the first one with Rackham was the most glorious failure. In the initial design stage, it morphed from Dust into AT-43, a far-future sci-fi setting in which the main villains (Therians) are a race of posthuman immortals with a grand plan to enclose every star in the universe in a dyson sphere in order to stop the expansion of the universe and thereby halt entropy. In addition to that, there is a race of uplifted albino gorillas (created by the Therians), and humans in AT-43 were also created (or rather, recreated) by the Therians from pre-singularity gene stocks, as a part of their grand plan to halt entropy.
* they don't all have werewolves, some have zombies!