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Old 16 September 2019, 04:53   #1
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CD32 Games Released in Brazil

After a bit of searching I have found several Amiga CD32 games released in Brazil and they are:

Disposable Hero
HeroQuest II
Lemmings
Nigel Mansell's World Championship
Pinball Fantasies
SleepWalker
Trolls
Zool
Zool 2

Does anyone know of anymore?
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Old 16 September 2019, 04:57   #2
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How did you find this out?

I remember seeing the CD32 being sold here alongside other consoles. We actually had adverts for the Amiga on Brazilian MTV, and I remember Brasoft (who used to be the only big distributor of oficial PC games) actually released a couple of Amiga games oficially around here.

But I don't remember what CD32 games were released. Considering the console was officially distributed here, it probably had some official game releases too. I'd be very interested in figuring out that too.
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Old 16 September 2019, 05:51   #3
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It was first mentioned here on page 6-7
https://datassette.org/revistas/acao...ao-games-no-57

and the games seem to be distributed by a company called PCI found on sales here:

https://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/...e-8d622d18dd00

https://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/...d-740a83ab8326
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Old 17 September 2019, 08:33   #4
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PCI were the guys who oficially sold the Amiga here in Brazil. My A600 from back at the day was a PCI one. The case of my current A600 is also a PCI one (So brazilian Keyboard, hey!), though the motherboard came from UK

That magazine is full of wrong info, as they usually had. The quality of our gaming magazines was utter-shit back at the day.
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Was your keyboard made in Brazil or Asia?
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Old 17 September 2019, 14:51   #6
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PCI were the guys who oficially sold the Amiga here in Brazil. My A600 from back at the day was a PCI one. The case of my current A600 is also a PCI one (So brazilian Keyboard, hey!), though the motherboard came from UK

That magazine is full of wrong info, as they usually had. The quality of our gaming magazines was utter-shit back at the day.

Its a long shot but would you have any idea of where to find a list of cd32 games PCI sold in maybe an advert or something?


Or anywhere else I could search?
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Does it say PCI instead of Commodore on the machine?

Shame they never did more like Tectoy did with the MegaDrive.
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Old 17 September 2019, 17:13   #8
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No idea of where to find what games PCI released here. I am pretty sure they just imported the games from Europe and added a small label with a little info in portuguese

This is the box of the brazilian CD32, this was back at time shown at stores side by side with the Mega Drive.


And those are pics from my A600 (I know it's dirty, don't give me flak for this please ):






Unlike Tectoy, I don't think they even assembled the computer here, it was just imported and sold. Tectoy actually imported the parts and assembled the consoles here in Brazil with a very nice deal with Sega. I don't think PCI assembled anything, they just "oficially" imported the machine.
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I can only see one of the above images?
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