Here it is finally, the best and biggest release ever to appear on the Amiga CD32! A huge 160 Amiga game collection ported by Earok, that contains every genre that can possibly fit on one CD. Blockbusters hits by Delphine, Psynosis, Team 17, Cinemaware, LucasArts and others, from Adventure games, to platformers, shoot em ups and racing. Games spanning almost the entire life span of the Amiga, including some of the more recent demo scene games and unofficial Atari ST ports. You'll probably never see anything like this again on an Amiga CD32!
There just so many to list manually, I'd be here all day!
Release Quote :
By too many developers to list!
Uses: CD32 Compilation Toolkit by Lennon Lives, WHDLoad by Wepl, JST by JF Fabre, Slaves and cracks by many, many authors
ISO Master: Earok
Our biggest CD32 project ever! Including!
A few of the blockbusters by Delphine, Psynosis, Team 17, Cinemaware, LucasArts and others.
A wide range of genres - point and click adventure, platformer, racing, first person shooter, sports, fighting - something for everyone.
Games spanning almost the entire life span of the 68k Amiga, including some of the recent demoscene games and unofficial Atari ST ports.
A few highly eclectic selections, like ultra-violent Polish beat-em-ups, the "Resident Evil" demo and even FMV games.
I was inspired by the massive collections that Gary made back in the day, but I had some frustrations with those - mainly that some of the games didn't work for me, and others weren't playable without a keyboard and mouse. With this collection I focused on games that:
Would work in a stock CD32
Didn't require a mouse or keyboard to play the basic game
Where possible, were enhanced in some way to take advantage of the CD32 pad (using the latest and greatest WHDLoad slaves etc)
With certain exceptions, didn't have an official release on the CD32
I haven't been able to test absolutely every game on a real CD32, but it comes with my personal guarantee -
If I've included a game that doesn't work on a real CD32, and you report the issue to me first, I promise to either fix it, or replace it with a game of your choice (so long as your choice is appropriate for the collection).
There is some overlap between this and some of the smaller release we've done, however this doesn't have any of the bonus content the standalone releases do - control screens, selection screens, CDXL intros, soundtracks, 3rd party content and the like. In general, if there's a game you really like on this collection but we've done a standalone release, we recommend getting the standalone release.
Visit the website and be amazed at how many games feature in this release!
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Can also be played using the latest version of WinUAE
For PC owners don't forget to check out the latest Cinemaware release on GOG and their latest Kickstarter success Wings:Remastered