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Commodore CD32 (? - ?)

The Commodore CD32 is a CD-ROM console based on Amiga technology. There are only a few adventures (but some hundred other games) available for it, but they are not straight Amiga ports, because they have to be adapted for a non-keyboard, non-floppy, non-harddisk console, and they run on CD only and so forth. Not all CD32 titles work on an Amiga with CD-ROM. The CD32 looks somewhat like a black Playstation. It probably had improved versions of the AGA chips from the Amiga 1200.

The Commodore CDTV is also included in this category. A CDTV is approximately a normal Amiga with a CD-ROM drive mounted in a special box making it look somewhat like a CD player. It was controlled with a special IR control but both an IR mouse and an IR keyboard were available as add-ons. The CD32 could run software for the CDTV but not the other way around.

There are 10 games listed for Commodore CD32 in this list.

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