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Old 04 June 2016, 17:56   #1
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Question CD32 NTSC Games??

What games got released in NTSC versions for the NTSC CD32 they seem to be quite rare?

NTSC CD32 Games

Oscar
Diggers
Flink has a 50/60Hz option
Zool
Nigel Mansell's World Championship

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Old 04 June 2016, 18:10   #2
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Old 04 June 2016, 18:20   #3
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Old 16 June 2018, 14:43   #6
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Interesting

...so maybe I should create a directory "NTSC" under "Commodore_Amiga/CD/CD32" and then:

a) move Oscar from your ~Uploads directory there.
b) move Zool from Matt_H's ~Uploads directory there.
c) move Nigel Mansell from Matt_H's ~Uploads directory there.

What does everyone think, good idea?
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Old 17 June 2018, 03:39   #7
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Bear in mind that there may not be dedicated NTSC versions of some titles, but a number of games are 100% NTSC compatible - no graphical glitches, bugginess, or chopped-off screens. Some developers actually did bother to adapt their code to the hardware it was running on

Liberation falls into this category. Frontier may as well. Possibly D/Generation.

A good source to check would be Amiga Game Zone. Being an American mag, they indicated games' NTSC friendliness in their reviews.
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I know I have stored somewhere a NTSC version of Nick Faldo's Golf CD32.

When I got it from the US, I was a bit disappointed to see that it didn't fill the whole screen unlike the PAL floppy AGA version I'd seen before.
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I know I have stored somewhere a NTSC version of Nick Faldo's Golf CD32.

When I got it from the US, I was a bit disappointed to see that it didn't fill the whole screen unlike the PAL floppy AGA version I'd seen before.
There wasn’t a floppy AGA version, maybe you got mixed up with PGA or Ryder Cup?
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There wasn’t a floppy AGA version, maybe you got mixed up with PGA or Ryder Cup?

Now that you mention it, I think you're right.
I saw it at a friends A1200, and it was a cracked/ripped version of the game..

But my original CD32 version of the game is definitely NTSC.
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Chaos Engine CD32 runs in NTSC and no black annoying gap!
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Cosigned on Chaos Engine NTSC, runs perfectly
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Did the CD32 version of Fury of the Furries have the NTSC/PAL option at boot like the floppy version did?
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I used to own Super Stardust CD32 NTSC.
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My CD32 was NTSC and came with Sleepwalkers and Pinball Fantasies which were NTSC versions as well.
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Old 08 July 2018, 22:09   #16
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There's also an NTSC version of Dangerous Streets.
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