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 Glove Pilot:
The instrument panel is displayed on the video screen, It is a complex cluster of dials, gauges and switches. And you are in control. Activate the Power Glove and
you actually "reach" into the game screen to control your interolanetary fighter.
Every motion of the Glove is transmitted directly to the control panel, as you are in command of a mission that will test your skill to the limit. You will salvage wrecked fighters by
accessing their control planels through your own. You will take soil and atmospheric samples, analyzing for hazardous material.
You will scan rock formations for precious metals. And, of course, you will pilot your fighter into battle, with advanced weapons systems at your fingertips. Six exciting worlds await
the pilot with speed and skill to meet the challenge of Glove Pilot.
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 :-)