AMIGA 32 CD Digital Download

AMIGA 32 CD Digital Download

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AMIGA 32 CD Roms Images - Release Date 1993

Enjoy an amazing collection of Amiga 32 images! These games can be burned to a CD and played on the original console (no mod chip required). You can also emulate them on your computer using the "WinUAE " emulator. This complete set includes over 140 games. on 6 dvds.

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Amiga 32 CD Roms
141 Games Incuded
6 DVDs

Akira (1994)(ICE) Alfred Chicken (1993)(Mindscape)
Alien Breed - Tower Assault (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Alien Breed Special Edition & Qwak (1994)(Team 17)(M5)[!][compilation]
Arabian Nights (1993-10-25)(Krisalis)(M4)
Arcade Pool (1994)(Team 17)(M4)[!][CDR00281]
ATR - All Terrain Racing (1995)(Team 17)(M4)
Banshee (1994)(Core)(M4)
Battle Chess (1994)(Interplay)
Battletoads (1994)(Mindscape)
Beavers (1994)(Grandslam)
Beneath a Steel Sky (1994)(Virgin)(M4)
Benefactor (1994)(Psygnosis)
Big 6, The (1994)(Codemasters)(en-de)[!][compilation]
Black Viper (1996)(Neo)
Brian the Lion (1994)(Psygnosis)(M4)
Brutal Football (1994)(Millennium)
Bubba 'N' Stix (1994)(Core)
Bubble and Squeak (1994)(Audiogenic)
Bump 'N' Burn (1994)(Grandslam)(M4)
Cannon Fodder (1993)(Virgin)
Castles II - Siege & Conquest (1993)(Interplay)[!][121634-X4-3335-2]
Chambers of Shaolin (1993)(Unique)
Chaos Engine, The (1994)(Renegade)(M4)[!][CDD3445]
Chuck Rock (1994)(Core)
Chuck Rock II - Son of Chuck (1994)(Core)(M4)
Classic Lotus Trilogy, The (1994)(Gremlin)[!][compilation]
Clockwiser (1994)(Rasputin)
Clue!, The (1994)(Neo)
D-Generation v1.0 (1993-09-17)(Mindscape)
Dangerous Streets & Wing Commander (1993)(Commodore)(M4)[!][compilation]
Dangerous Streets (1993)(Flair)(M4)
Darkseed v1.1 (1994)(Cyberdreams)
Death Mask (1994)(Alternative Software)
Deep Core v1.01 (1993)(ICE)[!][CDD2998]
Dennis (1993)(Ocean)
Diggers & Oscar (1993)(Commodore)(M10)[!]
Diggers (1993)(Millennium)(NTSC)
Disposable Hero (1994)(Gremlin)
Dragonstone (1995)(Core)(M3)
Erben der Erde (1995)(Softgold)(De)
Exile (1995)(Audiogenic)(M3)
Fears (1995)(Manyk)
Fields of Glory (1994)(MicroProse)(M3)
Fightin' Spirit (1996)(Neo)
Fire & Ice - The Daring Adventures of Cool Coyote (1994)(Renegade)
Fire Force (1993)(ICE)
Flink (1994)(Psygnosis)(M4)
Fly Harder (1993)(Krisalis)
Frontier - Elite II v1.10 (1994)(Gametek)
Fury of the Furries (1994)(Mindscape)
Global Effect (1994)(Millennium)
Gloom (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)
Grandslam Gamer Gold Collection (1995)(Grandslam)[!][compilation]
Guardian (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)[!][GH33]
Gulp! (1994)(ICE)(M5)
Gunship 2000 (1994)(MicroProse)
Heimdall 2 (1994)(Core)
Humans 1 and 2 (1994)(Gametek)(M5)[!][compilation]
Impossible Mission 2025 - The Special Edition (1994)(MicroProse)(M4)
International Karate + (1994)(System 3)
James Pond 2 - Robocod (1993)(Millennium)
James Pond 3 - Operation Starfi5h (1994)(Millennium)[!][BR00302]
Jetstrike (1995)(Rasputin)
John Barnes European Football (1993)(Krisalis)(M5)
Jungle Strike - The Sequel to Desert Strike (1994)(Ocean)
Kang Fu (1996)(Alter Interservice)(en-de)
Kingpin - Arcade Sports Bowling (1995)(Team 17)
Labyrinth of Time, The (1994)(Electronic Arts)
Last Ninja 3 (1994)(System 3)
Legends (1996)(Guildhall Leisure)(M3)
Liberation - Captive II v2.02-2.00c (1994-04-08)(Mindscape)[!][CDD3716]
Litil Divil (1994)(Gremlin)
Lost Vikings, The (1993)(Interplay)
Manchester United - Premier League Champions v1.0CD (1994)
Marvin's Marvellous Adventure (1995)(21st Century)
Mean Arenas (1993)(ICE)
Microcosm (1994)(Psygnosis)[!][MCD32-1 11]
Morph (1993)(Millennium)
Myth - History in the Making (1994)(System 3)
Naughty Ones (1994)(InteractiVision)
Nick Faldos Championship Golf (1994)(Grandslam)
Nigel Mansell's World Championship (1993)
Out to Lunch (1994)(Mindscape)
Overkill & Lunar-C (1993)(Mindscape)(M4)[!][compilation]
PGA European Tour (1994)(Ocean)
Pinball Fantasies (1993)(21st Century)
Pinball Illusions (1995)(21st Century)
Pinball Prelude (1996)(Effigy)
Pirates! Gold (1993)(MicroProse)
Power Drive (1994)(U.S. Gold)(M5)
Premiere (1994)(Core)
Prey - An Alien Encounter (1993)(Almathera)
Project-X SE & F17 Challenge v2.0 (1993)(Team 17)
Rise of the Robots (1994)(Time Warner Interactive)(M5)
Roadkill (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)[!][GH32]
Ryder Cup by Johnnie Walker (1993)(Ocean)
Sabre Team (1994)(Krisalis)
Seek & Destroy (1993)(Mindscape)
Sensible Soccer - European Champions v1.1 (1993)
Sensible Soccer - International Edition v1.2 (1994)
Seven Gates of Jambala, The (1993)(Unique)
Shadow Fighter (1995)(Gremlin)
Simon the Sorcerer (1994)(Adventure Soft)
Skeleton Krew (1995)(Core)(M4)
Sleepwalker (1993)(Ocean)
Soccer Kid (1994)(Krisalis)(M5)
Speedball 2 (1995)(Renegade)
Speris Legacy, The (1995)(Team 17)(M4)
Sports Football (1993)(Commodore)
Star Crusader (1994)(Gametek)
Striker (1994)(Gremlin)(M4)
Strip Pot (1994)(Pixel Blue)
Subwar 2050 (1994-11-21)(MicroProse)(M3)
Summer Olympix (19xx)(Flair)
Super League Manager (1995)(Audiogenic)
Super Methane Bros (1994)(Apache)[!][BR00245]
Super Putty (1994)(System 3)
Super Skidmarks v2.2 (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)
Super Stardust (1994)(Team 17)
Superfrog (1999)(Islona)[FD7979]
Surf Ninjas (1993)(Microvalue)
Syndicate (1995)(Mindscape)(M3)
Theme Park (1995)(Mindscape)
Top 100 Games A1200 (1994)(U. S. Dreams)[a][compilation]
Top Gear 2 (1994)(Gremlin)
Total Carnage (1994)(ICE)
Trivial Pursuit - The CD32 Edition v1.0C (1994)(Domark)
Trolls (1993)(Flair)(PAL)[!][CDD2771]
UFO - Enemy Unknown (1993)(MicroProse)(M3)
Ultimate Body Blows (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Ultimate Super Skidmarks (1998)(Guildhall Leisure)
Universe (1994)(Core)(M4)
Vital Light (1994)(Millennium)
Wembley International Soccer (1994)
Wendetta 2175 (1996)(Skills)
Whale's Voyage (1994)(Flair)[!][CDD2736]
Wild Cup Soccer (1994)(Millennium)
Worms - The Director's Cut (1995)(Ocean)(M3)
Zool - Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension (1993)(Gremlin)
Zool 2 (1994)(Gremlin)

The Amiga CD32, styled "CD32", was the first 32-bit CD-ROM based video game console released in western Europe and Canada. It was first announced at the Science Museum in London, United Kingdom on 16 July 1993, and was released in September of the same year. The CD32 is based on Commodore's Advanced Graphics Architecture chipset, and is of similar specification to the Amiga 1200 computer. Using 3rd-party devices, it is possible to upgrade the CD32 with keyboard, floppy drive, hard drive and mouse, turning it into a personal computer. A hardware MPEG decompression module for playing Video CD was also available. The CD32 managed to secure over 50% of the CD-ROM market in the UK in 1993 and 1994, outselling the Sega Mega-CD, the Philips CDi, and even PC CD-ROM sales.[citation needed]

The CD32 was released in Canada and was planned for release in the United States. However, a deadline was reached for Commodore to pay a patent royalty to Cad Track for their use of their XOR patent. A federal judge ordered an injunction against Commodore preventing them from importing anything into the United States. Commodore had built up CD32 inventory in their Philippine manufacturing facility for the United States launch, but, being unable to sell the consoles, they remained in the Philippines until the debts owed to the owners of the facility were settled. Commodore declared bankruptcy shortly afterwords, and the CD32 was never officially sold in the United States. However, imported models did come over the border from Canada, and many stores in the United States (primarily mail-order stores) imported units for domestic sale. During the long bankruptcy proceedings, Commodore UK also provided some hardware components and software for the American market, including production of the MPEG Video Module that was not officially released by Commodore International.

On its release, the CD32 was marketed by Commodore as 'the world's first 32-bit CD games console'. Although it was indeed the first such machine released in Europe and North America, the FM Towns Marty, a console released exclusively in Japan, beat it to market by seven months. Some people still argue that the CD32 was the first true 32-bit CD game console, since its 68EC020 has a 32-bit data bus both internally and externally, while the 386SX in the FM Towns Marty has a 16-bit data bus externally.

Ultimately, Commodore was not able to meet demand for new units because of component supply problems. Sales of the CD32 in Europe were not enough to save Commodore, and the bankruptcy of Commodore International in April 1994 caused the CD32 to be discontinued only months after its debut. During its short life the Amiga CD32 shifted approximately 100,000 units

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