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Old 13 July 2006, 17:08   #2
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Originally Posted by rare_j
Are there any CD32 games that are significantly better/different from their floppy-based AGA counterparts?

Back in the day I always assumed it was just a case of "bung the floppy version on a CD and get it in the shops", which is one reason why I never got a cd32.

I was wondering weather it's worth trying any of the CD32 versions of WHDloaded games instead of the AGA ones. Any worth a go?
Only a few CD32/CDTV suggestions to play:

Chaos Engine
Fire & Ice
Speedball
Simon the Sorcerer (with full speech)
Xenon 2 (CDTV)

A lot of CD32 games have real audio tracks & Intros which improves the atmosphere in the game. Give it a try.

The WHDLoad versions of some CD32 games which has floppy disc counterparts are not recommend, because they are lacking the audiotracks & intros.

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