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Old 05 February 2011, 11:19   #1
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CD32 Detailed Games List

Hi, didnt know where to post this. I made this list last year but have never gotten around to finishing it off or even sharing it with anyone.

It's basically CD32 lists of games/demo disks with details on each game, save, size, extras etc.

I know other lists have been done but this has more detail which is why i started it, its all my own work i havent copied and pasted anything, if anyone wants to take a look or use the info on their own site feel free.

Link is here, only the CD32 games list and demo magazine links work, like i say it was wip so forgive a few notes to myself left here and there!

http://theamigacd32.blogspot.com/
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Old 05 February 2011, 14:09   #2
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Oscar from Diggers / Oscar does not have NVRAM save. Also there is limited speech like "find the clapperboard", "thanks everybody", "bonus letter" and "aaaaand cut". I would hardly call that in-game speech but its your list so call it yes if you want. lol. It doesn't have full CD speech like what Trivial Pursuit has.
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Oscar from Diggers / Oscar does not have NVRAM save. Also there is limited speech like "find the clapperboard", "thanks everybody", "bonus letter" and "aaaaand cut". I would hardly call that in-game speech but its your list so call it yes if you want. lol. It doesn't have full CD speech like what Trivial Pursuit has.
Hi, if you check the listing, that is from the doublepack, the '/' between the games indicates the first game i.e Diggers, for example for the NVRAM save its Yes / ?? - Yes to Diggers and unchecked for Oscar, but as you state Oscar doesn't have save, so it would need changing to 'Yes / No'

Obviously i have only needed to do this on double/triple pack releases i.e grandslam collection, but you can check each games seperate releases if unsure.
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Hi, if you check the listing, that is from the doublepack, the '/' between the games indicates the first game i.e Diggers, for example for the NVRAM save its Yes / ?? - Yes to Diggers and unchecked for Oscar, but as you state Oscar doesn't have save, so it would need changing to 'Yes / No'.
Yes I know. I managed to work out your logic for myself thanks. lol. I was telling you so you can replace the ?? with a No.
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Oh yeah thanks lol well I wasn't on planning updating the list, thats why i posted on here so someone could have the code for themselves if they wanted it.
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Good job, thanks for posting this.
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Old 07 February 2011, 05:24   #7
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Project CD32.

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Nice, glad to see someone making an effort stateside, couple of errors on the games list, 'Corkers' compilation was never released on the CD32, but Core did release some of their budget games under the 'Corkers' label, T.F.X was a Cuamiga CD coverdisk and not a retail game, and wont boot on the CD32, i did get it running on my CD32 back in 1996 i think it was, but with keyboard, mouse and 8mb fast ram and it still ran like a slideshow!
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'Corkers' compilation was never released on the CD32
Yeah, I kind of suspected this. I don't even know how it got on our list... I think we started with a list from another source, and it happened to be on there.

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T.F.X was a Cuamiga CD coverdisk and not a retail game, and wont boot on the CD32, i did get it running on my CD32 back in 1996 i think it was, but with keyboard, mouse and 8mb fast ram and it still ran like a slideshow!
Oh? I was under the impression that it would boot... does it at least give an error message? It certainly wouldn't be the only CD32 game that falls into the "far too slow on a stock system" category.

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Sorry to bump this old thread, but the OP blog has since been removed quite recently. A real shame, but I am glad we have Project CD32 as a resource.
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Dear all members who are interested in CD32's "Game" list,

please see my list which I created in 2013, too.
(sorry there are some Japanese characters & sentences, though.)

http://nitta.sakura.ne.jp/cd32/cd32-titles-list2013.png

In my opinion, I strongly believed that it is more exactly than above webpages.
It is because these lists have included "non-CD32 CD" such as "Gloom3" and "Gamers' Delight 2".
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Sorry to bump this old thread, but the OP blog has since been removed quite recently. A real shame, but I am glad we have Project CD32 as a resource.
Hi sorry, was having a clearout of my old blogs and websites, have reinstated the blog for a while.
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Appears to be restored, the OP's blog that is! Great!
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In my opinion, I strongly believed that it is more exactly than above webpages.
It is because these lists have included "non-CD32 CD" such as "Gloom3" and "Gamers' Delight 2".
My involvement with Project CD32 has shown me that there's no fine line between what counts as a CD32 game and what doesn't.

Near the end days, companies got really lazy with CD32 releases, not using proper packaging/labelling... or they went the extra step and made it so their Amiga CD games actually booted on a CD32 even though it doesn't say so on the packaging.

In general, we've gone with the definition of "anything that you can boot and play on a base system"... ie, no screwing around with Workbench. Even that definition doesn't always work.

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