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Old 17 October 2019, 02:35   #1
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CD32 Rumoured/Unreleased Games List

The following is a list of games that were either unreleased or rumoured for release for the Amiga CD32.
This list is made up of games that were mentioned in magazines of the time. Changes and updates are welcome!

1886
1869
7th Sword of Mendor
Adrenaline Factor
All New World of Lemmings
Ambermoon
B17 Flying Fortress
Baldies
Bazooka Sue
Benjamin and the Alien Incident
The Big Engine / Benetton Racing
Big Red Adventure
Biing!: Sex, Intrigue and Scalpels
Biosphere
Blood Net
Body Blows Galactic
Boo!
Bubble Trouble
Burnin' Rubber
Cannon Fodder 2
Captain Dynamo
Cecil and his Chopper
Civilization
Club Football - The manager
Coala
Conan
Creation
Cyberwar (The Lawnmower Man)
D-Hero
Darkmere
Daughter of Serpents
Dennis & Gnasher
Desert Strike
Dino Worlds
Dracula
Dreamweb
Dune
Elfmania
Embryo
Empire Soccer
England World Cup 94
Evasive Action
Extractors
Fantasy League Manager
Final Over
First Contact: An Alien Adventure
Fist
Flashback
Flimbos Quest
Flight of the Amazon Queen
Formula One Grand Prix
Frontier - 1st Encounters
Genesis
Gloom 2
Graham Gooch Cricket
Harry the Hairy Hermit
Herewith the Clues
Hired Guns
Inferno
John Doe
Jurassic Park
King of Thieves
Last Ninja II
Last Ninja Remix
The Legacy
Limbo of the Lost
Lionheart
Liverpool FC
Lost Eden
Master Axe
Megamorph
MegaRace
Mental Mayhem
Micro Machines II
Monopoly
Mortal Kombat
Mr Nutz
Mutant League Football
Mutant League Ice Hockey
NHL Hockey
No Second Prize
North Polar Exhibition
Novastorm/Scavenger IV
Overdrive
Pinkie
Pitfall The Mayan Adventure
Primal Rage
Pussies Galore
Putty Squad
Psycho Killer
Psycho Pinball
Rally Championships
Return to the lost world
Reunion
Robinsons Reqieum
Ruff 'n' 'Tumble
Run Ball
Second Samurai
Shaq Fu
Sim Life
Simon the Sorcerer 2
Skitchin
Space Academy
Space Junk
Spherical World
Star Trek 25th
Super Kick Off 3
Super Loopz
Super Street Fighter 2: New Challengers
TFX
Tiny Troops
Tong Dynasty
Tornado
Tower of Souls
Town With No Name
Tracksuit Manager 94 (working) Tracksuit Manager 2
Turbo Trax
Turning Points
Turrican 3
TV Sports Baseball
TV Sports Boxing
Two Towers (working) J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers
UFO 2: Terror from the Deep (WORKING) x-Com: Terror from the deep
Urban Strike
Ultimate Dizzy
Uridium 2
Utopia 2 (WORKING) K240
Virtual Chess
Virtual Karting
Watchtower
World Cup Golf
X-Fighter
X2 x2: No relief
Xtreme Racing
Zonked (working) X-it
Zool 3


These games were in lists but not mentioned in magazines, can anyone confirm?
Starblade
Sensible World of Soccer

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Old 17 October 2019, 10:17   #2
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Drive Fractulus - turned into Megarace
FA Premier League - turned into Wembley Int Soccer which came out.
Lock N Load - PD compilation which came out.
Magic Carpet - never down for a release, thread on EAB about this.
SWOS - was never down for a release, Sensible said not until Commodore sort out a offical floppy drive solution.
Star Blade - never down for a release, just some comment taken out of context along with Rebel Assault probably from David Pleasance.


The other titles at the bottom of your list.

Dream Web - was down for CD32 release
Fantasy League Manager - was on official advert
Gloom 2 - sure this was originally listed for CD32
Herewith the Clues - moved from CDTV to CD32, still never came out!
Lock N Load (may be PD) - yep PD comp.
Monopoly (mentioned but not definate) - sure i’d seen it on lists, Supervision had other CD32 releases so good chance.
Robinsons Reqieum - was on official advert
Turning Points - def remember this one on upcoming lists, didn’t get much info
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Almost all of that list is A500 shovelware.
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Old 17 October 2019, 15:35   #4
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Drive Fractulus - turned into Megarace
FA Premier League - turned into Wembley Int Soccer which came out.
Lock N Load - PD compilation which came out.
Magic Carpet - never down for a release, thread on EAB about this.
SWOS - was never down for a release, Sensible said not until Commodore sort out a offical floppy drive solution.
Star Blade - never down for a release, just some comment taken out of context along with Rebel Assault probably from David Pleasance.


The other titles at the bottom of your list.

Dream Web - was down for CD32 release
Fantasy League Manager - was on official advert
Gloom 2 - sure this was originally listed for CD32
Herewith the Clues - moved from CDTV to CD32, still never came out!
Lock N Load (may be PD) - yep PD comp.
Monopoly (mentioned but not definate) - sure i’d seen it on lists, Supervision had other CD32 releases so good chance.
Robinsons Reqieum - was on official advert
Turning Points - def remember this one on upcoming lists, didn’t get much info

Awesome have made those changes,
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Almost all of that list is A500 shovelware.
Story of most of the software on the cd32 as it would seem.

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Old 17 October 2019, 19:13   #6
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still was a few i would have to have seen at the time, F1GP with a decent win sequence/intro,outtro, Star Trek 25th would have been good as it came on like 8 floppies.
Basically any decent port that came on 3 or more floppies, didn't see the point of 1 disk games on the CD32 tho.
they could have done compilations that would have sold ok.

Lotus which is great but maybe a wider Gremlin collection inc more games.
Turrican Trilogy
Monkey Island twin pack
21st Century Pinball Collection
Alien Breed Collection

To name just a few id liked to have seen.


I do remember seeing Magic Carpet in a magazine back in the day, cant remember if it was a rumor or a preview kinda thing, but i deff remember seeing it.
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still was a few i would have to have seen at the time, F1GP with a decent win sequence/intro,outtro, Star Trek 25th would have been good as it came on like 8 floppies.
Basically any decent port that came on 3 or more floppies, didn't see the point of 1 disk games on the CD32 tho.
they could have done compilations that would have sold ok.

Lotus which is great but maybe a wider Gremlin collection inc more games.
Turrican Trilogy
Monkey Island twin pack
21st Century Pinball Collection
Alien Breed Collection

To name just a few id liked to have seen.


I do remember seeing Magic Carpet in a magazine back in the day, cant remember if it was a rumor or a preview kinda thing, but i deff remember seeing it.
Yeah would have been cool to have seen more titles like the ones you have mentioned above, most likely though they would have been direct ports of the Amiga 500 games.
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Drive Fractulus - turned into Megarace
FA Premier League - turned into Wembley Int Soccer which came out.
Lock N Load - PD compilation which came out.
Magic Carpet - never down for a release, thread on EAB about this.
SWOS - was never down for a release, Sensible said not until Commodore sort out a offical floppy drive solution.
Star Blade - never down for a release, just some comment taken out of context along with Rebel Assault probably from David Pleasance.


The other titles at the bottom of your list.

Dream Web - was down for CD32 release
Fantasy League Manager - was on official advert
Gloom 2 - sure this was originally listed for CD32
Herewith the Clues - moved from CDTV to CD32, still never came out!
Lock N Load (may be PD) - yep PD comp.
Monopoly (mentioned but not definate) - sure i’d seen it on lists, Supervision had other CD32 releases so good chance.
Robinsons Reqieum - was on official advert
Turning Points - def remember this one on upcoming lists, didn’t get much info
I have left on SWOS and Starblade for confirmation.

Swos on one of the lists I found had a UK Number assigned to it (whatever that is?) 0171-481-9214

As for Starblade there is an article (which I will try to find) stating that Namco said they were looking to port Starblade to the CD32 but not Ridge Racer. This would fit in with the rumoured part of this post.
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There a game I can remember from a CD32 gamer cover disc but I can't remember the name of it. It was a first person point n click adventure type affair. Looked very impressive for the time but the demo only had a few playable rooms that were sort of like a dungeon, I think one room had a cauldron?

I would have liked to of seen talkie version of Monkey Island 1 and 2 come out for the CD32 but I doubt it ever would have happened.
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As for Starblade there is an article (which I will try to find) stating that Namco said they were looking to port Starblade to the CD32 but not Ridge Racer. This would fit in with the rumoured part of this post.
Amiga CD32 Gamer Issue 1

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I can confirm Turrican 3 was advertised* as "coming to CD32 soon" or something like that in UK magazines.

And I have always thought (but don't quote me on this!) parts of the Turrican soundtrack CD by maestro Chris Huelsbeck were intended for use on some FMV of this unreleased edition of the game, as it was often among the main differences compared to the disk versions.


* = I think I still have this somewhere, I used that page as a little poster near the official ones of the previous two games.
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There a game I can remember from a CD32 gamer cover disc but I can't remember the name of it. It was a first person point n click adventure type affair. Looked very impressive for the time but the demo only had a few playable rooms that were sort of like a dungeon, I think one room had a cauldron?

I would have liked to of seen talkie version of Monkey Island 1 and 2 come out for the CD32 but I doubt it ever would have happened.
That was Limbo of the lost, tbh looked very Rasputin in appearance!
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That was Limbo of the lost, tbh looked very Rasputin in appearance!
Yes that it. Don't were I got the first person thing from as its obviously not, maybe from the fmv sequence. Strange how the mind works!
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You can get the demo from the EAB File Server:

... /Commodore_Amiga/[unreleased]/Limbo of the Lost - Demo.rar
... /Commodore_Amiga/[unreleased]/[modified]/Limbo of the Lost (demo-playable)(1995)(Rasputin)(AGA)[unreleased].zip

The PC version is much improved: http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/limbo-of-the-lost/
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The PC version is much improved: http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/limbo-of-the-lost/
Lol that article is very amusing. Apparently plagiarism is rife in this game. Graphics look pretty good. Official site was hosted on Geocities?
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any info about benetton racing? and f1gp would have been the same version as floppy disk?
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any info about benetton racing?
Pretty sure Benetton Racing was the original name for The Big End/Engine, probably didn’t get the rights to use the name.
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