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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Diggers and Oscar

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Diggers is a side-scrolling strategy game set on the planet Zarg. The aim is to use one of four races to mine the planet, whilst competing with the other three races. Oscar is a side-scrolling cartoon platformer. You guide Oscar through nine movie-based levels collecting Oscar statues - the iconic golden statues from the Academy Awards.

Dragonstone

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Cut a path through Agon's demonic hordes and explore vast, forgotten lands as you play the hero in this fantasy role playing adventure, set in a top-down, multi-directional perspective across seven extensive levels. A mystery with a twist in the dragon's tail.

D-Generation

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A secret project is out of control at a biotech research lab. The building is in total chaos, the security system blasts anything that moves. All the employees have been killed or trapped. DGeneration has taken over! You must noe battle this ominous force - an organism which uses virtual reality to actually become the chair you are sitting on, the floor you are walking on even the room you are standing in! It's a race against time with ingenuity and determination your only weapons.

Dennis

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Yipes! Grab your slingshot, water pistol and pea-shooter. Margaret, the fist-fighting, doll-toting little miss dynamite, and Joey, Dennis' wimpy but loyal friend are missing as so is Mr Wilsons valuable coin collection. Can you sneak into Mr Wilsons house and find you slingshot and pea-shooter without being spotted? You've got ladders to climb and hidden switches to find. It's gonna be tough! You're gonna need those weapons bad as you face off with the beastly Betty Sue Dubrovski, the crazed coach, the foul Fish and Sam, the scariest man of them all!

Deep Core

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Unidentified object located by weather satellite T86 Position 10.6T3 (102.3x) Time Zero. Stunning Intro. Six huge weapon systems. Nine vast atmospheric levels. Aliens and mechanoids galore. Loads of power ups and sub levels.

Death Mask

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Battle and blast away mighty, nasty, awesome aliens, deadly demonic monsters and viscous mercenaries in level after level of adrenaline pumping action packed with excitement. Find and use a vast arsenal of powerful weapons and ammunition hidden in huge labyrinths of corridors and secret rooms. Play solo or against a friend using the unique two player mode. Can you get him before he gets you?

Dangerous Streets and Wing Commander

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The Clue

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The Time: The 1950's - The Location: London - Your Role: Matt Stuvysunt. Matt is a very poor but ambitious thief who finds the stresses of life are too much. To improve his standard of living, he decides to commit the ultimate robbery - to steal the Crown Jewels. It is up to you to plot and plan the robbery, to interact with other characters and to use them for your advantage to achieve the most daring robbery of all time.

Dangerous Streets

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The greatest fighters on Earth are here, ready to do battle with bruising agility, that will blow your mind. Take on the eight mighty challengers, each having their own unique deathly winning special moves. Only the very meanest can survive the Dangerous Streets of this Urban Jungle.

Chuck Rock 2

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Eighteen months after his victory over Gary Gritter, Chuck Rock is now the owner of the hugely successful 'Chuck Motors' and has become a father. Kidnapped by his evil enemy Brick Jagger, Chuck Rock is likely to become Chuck Dust unless someone rescues him. A sudden crash as Chuck Junior busts from his play pen "Goo Goo Gaa Gaa, I'll be back."

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