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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Exile

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When a terraforming team on an unexplored planet sends some disturbing messages back to Earth and then stops responding altogether, a space-adventurer is sent to find out what happened.

Amiga CD32 Unbranded New RF Lead Loose

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An unbranded but brand new RF lead that will substitute the one that came with your console. Connects your machine to the TV - an ideal replacement if the original one that came with your console is lost or faulty. Length is one metre. This item is fully tested and is brand new.

Amiga CD32 Controller Loose

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The Official Amiga CD32 Controller. This is an official replacement for the controller that comes packaged with the Amiga CD32 console. This item is loose and in good working order.

Amiga CD32 Controller Boxed

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The Official Amiga CD32 Controller. This is an official replacement for the controller that comes packaged with the Amiga CD32 console. This item is boxed and in good working order.

Amiga CD32 Critical Zone Console Boxed

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Missing inner packaging
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£120.00
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The Amiga CD32 Video Computer System - The worlds first 32 Bit CD Games Console. This console comes boxed with original controller, base unit, power supply RF leads. Also comes with a whopping seven games included - Cannon Fodder, Diggers, Oscar, Liberation, Microcosm, Project-X & Ultimate Body Blows. The console has been tested, is in good condition and works fine.

Amiga CD32 Console Loose

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The Amiga CD32 Video Computer System. This console comes loose with controller, base unit, power supply & scart leads.  The console has been tested and works fine.

Amiga CD32 Console Boxed

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£200.00
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The Amiga CD32 Video Computer System - The worlds first 32 Bit CD Games Console. This console comes boxed with original controller, base unit, power supply & AV leads all internal packaging and instructions. The console has been tested, is in good condition and works fine.

Theme Park

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£10.00
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Create and manage the biggest and best theme park in the world.  Build the highest and fastest rollercoaster ever and watch the kids create pavement pizza, but keep them happy at all costs or your profit and loss will take a turn for the worse.

Wrath of the Demon

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This is a CDTV Game but will work on a CD32 Console
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Legends tell of a time when fear ruled the land. A time when no man, woman or child was safe from the spread of evil. A time when a fierce Demon sent his evil minions to roam through the land and make the kingdom his own. That time is upon us once again...

Fly Harder

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The interstellar spaceship Irata is heading for the planet Karkow to take on fresh supplies of food and water. The crew learns that Targoid insect people have installed powerful reactors in Zarkows network of caverns to exploit the planets supplies of energy and raw materials. Thanks to a fiendishly sophisticated system, it's now almost impossible for strangers to enter the caverns...

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