Amiga CD32

The Amiga CD32 was a 32-bit CD-ROM based game console. It was launched at the Science Museum in London, United Kingdom on 16 July 1993. The CD32 was based on Commodore's Amiga A1200 computer. It was essentially an A1200 without a keyboard, floppy drive, mouse, or monitor, that was housed in a different enclosure.

The CD32 could be enhanced using these devices: ProModule, Paravision SX-1 and DCE SX-32 (which optionally includes 68030 CPU).

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Those devices extended the capability of Amiga CD32, allowing it to utilize hardware such as an external 3.5" floppy disk drive, hard disk and IBM PC keyboard. An Amiga CD32 could be turned into a de facto Amiga 1200 via the addition of 3rd party packages. The SX-1 appeared to have been designed around Commodore's mechanical specs and not the actual production units – it did not fit very well and required an internal 'modification' to fit properly. Consequently, the SX-1 could be jarred loose if the console was not handled gently. The upgraded SX-32 expansion pack (which included a 68030 25MHz processor) solved these problems.

CDs created for the CD32 conform to ISO 9660 level2, mode1, although the Rock Ridge and Joliet extensions are not compatible.

At launch the CD32 was bundled with two games, 'Diggers', a new game from Millennium Interactive, and 'Oscar' from Flair. The CD32 was capable of running most of the titles developed for the Amiga CDTV multimedia device (differences in CPU speed and Kickstart version prevented some of the earlier CDTV titles from running).

The console is widely regarded as unsuccessful, with Commodore filing for Chapter 11 just a year after its release. One possible reason for this was the relative lack of original games developed for the machine. Most CD32 titles were simply A1200 games on a CD, with the occasional full motion video sequence or CD audio tracks added on.

However, a large fanbase carried over from the success of other Amiga computers, and several notable titles, such as Microcosm, Liberation: Captive 2, Simon the Sorcerer and Super Stardust prevented the console from sliding into total obscurity.

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Akira

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2019 Neo-Tokyo is about to explode! 30 years after World War 3, Kyoko a mutant child tells of the approaching cataclysm. The colonel stored capsule 7, which contains mutation 28, better known as Akira, deep below the Olympic Stadium at a temperature close to absolute zero. When Tetsuo makes his way to the stadium and the Akira pattern becomes stronger, it is confirmed that Akira's brain is giving off psionic waves!

Now Thats What I Call Games

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100 games for the CD32! 50 Public Domain and Shareware with the CD32 Controller, 50 Public Domain and Shareware with Mouse or Keyboard. Also CDTV compatible. Produced by Multi Media Machine.

Striker

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Striker is so spectacular you need to play it to believe it! The game boasts an enviable list of features and options: Team Strategies, various formations, new FIFA rules, manual or automatic goalkeepers, variable wind and pitch conditions, red and yellow cards, six a side indoor option, substitutions, extra time and penalties, unique 3D perspective, individual player abilities, match statistics and a varied choice of competitions to enter.

International Karate Plus

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IK+ represents the pinnacle of computerised fighting action. Vibrant visuals and super sounds provide a backdrop to thrilling one or two player action unlike any other game of its type. And if you think two combatants isn't enough there is a third computer controlled opponent that will get you sweating.

Zool 2

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Zool, and his fabulous female companion,Zooz, are about to face a challenge which would wilt the knees of even the toughest Ninja in this action packed platform action arcade sequel. You'll need joystick skills from the NTH DIMENSION when you help them take on the evil Krool and his devious accomplice Mental Block as they seek to wipe imagination from the face of existence.

Vital Light

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Welcome to Ramron - a city of lights, a city of mystery, a city of marvels. Towing over this vast metropolis is the Vital Light skyscraper, a testament to the fastest, the most challenging game ever. A game full of utterly addictive action, a game that will test your abilities to the fullest, a game that has never yet been mastered.

Overkill and Lunar-C

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Overkill: 2690 AD. An intense war rages within the Centuri solar system with total genocide imminent for both warring factions. You as captain of the Nu-Corps, the most feared and elite fighter corps in the federation star system, must lead the attempt to drive a wedge between the two factions until the larger fleets can arrive and stabilise the region. Lunar-C: The alien ship slid through space, dark and silent, designed for destruction - and it was good at its job. The world in peril needed a hero. It found you.

Lotus Trilogy

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The ultimate driving force. Following the phenomenal success of Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 and Lotus 3 The Ultimate Challenge, the racing game trilogy is now complete.

Litil Devil

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Join MUTT in his incredible adventures - a fabulous CARTOON-ANIMATED ADVENTURE literally packed full of action, humour and puzzling conundrums.

Disposable Hero

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Five levels of bombing and blasting action. Thirty-two sifferent weapons available. Stunning graphics and animation. Highly addictive gameplay. Original soundtrack and special effects. Countless aliens just waiting for you!

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