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complete games list

Post by Shroo-man » Mon May 26, 2008 8:36 am

wasabisabi wrote: I am still trying to find a definitive list of games/software/movies/reference released for the CDI for different countries. Could someone point me to a list they think is accurate and complete? Thanks alot in advance.
it's difficult to get one for reference, kids, etc but there is one for movies its on the interactive dreams blog. I'm surprised there isn't one for games already. anyway I made one but I'm not sure how complete and accurate it is. Hopefully a CD-i veteran will comment on what is wrong with it and missing from it

001 3rd Degree
002 7th Guest
003 Accelerator
004 Affaire Morlov, L'
005 Alfapet
006 Alice in Wonderland
007 Alien Gate
008 Ange et le Demon, L'
009 Apprentice, The
010 Arcade Classics
011 Atlantis: The Last Resort
012 Asterix: Caesar's Challenge
013 Axis and Allies
014 Backgammon
015 Battleship
016 Big Bang Show
017 BMP Puzzle
018 Braindead 13
019 Burn:Cycle
020 Caesar's World of Boxing
021 Caesar's World of Gambling
022 CD Shoot
023 Chaos Control
024 Christmas Country
025 Christmas Crisis
026 Clue
027 Clue 2
028 Connect Four
029 Creature Shock
030 Crime Patrol
031 Dark Castle
032 Defender of the Crown
033 Dimo's Quest
034 Domino
035 Dragon's Lair
036 Dragon's Lair II
037 Drug Wars
038 Earth Command
039 Effacer
040 Escape from Cybercity
041 Family Games I
042 Family Games II: Junk Food Jive
043 Flashback
044 Foqus
044 Go
045 Golden Oldies I
046 Golden Oldies II
047 Golgo 13
048 Great American Golf 1
049 Great American Golf 2
050 Great Day at the Races, A
051 Guignols de l'Info, Les
052 Heiroglyph
053 Holland Casino CD-i
054 Hotel Mario
055 Inca
056 International Tennis Open
057 Jeopardy!
058 Jigsaw
059 Joker's Wild
060 Joker's Wild Jr.
061 Kether
062 Kingdom: The Far Reaches
063 Labyrinth of Crete
064 Laser Lords
065 Last Bounty Hunter, The
066 Lemmings
067 Lettergreep
068 Link: The Faces of Evil
069 Lingo
070 Litil Divil
071 Lords of the Rising Sun
072 Lost Eden
073 Lost Ride, The
074 Lucky Luke
075 Nationale Spellingwedstrijd, De
076 Mad Dog McCree
077 Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
078 Magic Eraser
079 Making the Grade
080 Marco Polo
081 Master Labyrinth
082 Mega Maze
083 Memory Works, The
084 Merlin's Apprentice
085 Micro Machines
086 Monty Python's Invasion from the Planet Skyron
087 Mutant Rampage: Body Slam
088 Myst
089 Mystic Midway: Phantom Express
090 Mystic Midway: Rest in Pieces
091 Name that Tune
092 NFL Football Trivia Challenge
093 NFL Hall of Fame Football
094 Othello
095 Pac Panic
096 Palm Springs Open
097 Pinball
098 Power Hitter
099 Pyramid Adventures
100 RAMRaid
101 Rise of the Robots
102 Sargon Chess
103 Schtroumpfs: Le Telportaschtroumpf, Les
104 Scotland Yard Interactive
105 Secret Mission
106 Shaolin's Road
107 Solar Crusade
108 Space Ace
109 Sports Freaks
110 Steel Machine
111 Striker Pro
112 Strip Poker Live
113 Strip Poker Pro
114 Surf City
115 Tangram
116 Tetris
117 Tetsuo Gaiden
118 Text Tiles
119 Ultra CD-i Soccer
120 Uncover Featuring Tatjana
121 Un Indien dans la Ville
122 Video Speedway
123 Voetbal
124 Voyeur
125 Whack a Bubble
126 Who Shot Johnny Rock?
127 Wordplay
128 World Cup Golf
129 Zaak van Sam, De
130 Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon
131 Zelda's Adventure
132 Zenith
133 Zombie Dinos from the Planet Zeltoid

and of course there is also the recently "released" games : Frog Feast, Go, Jack Sprite vs the Crimson Ghost, Plunderball and Space Ranger.

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Post by XCLTempesT » Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:44 am

Hi,

It also very much depends on what you call games.
A lot of informational cdis have been released and also a lot of children's cdi discs.

Some titles that could be considered as games(partly at least), and some children's titles that spring to mind (and are not included yet):

All the Fun of the Fair Engels voor Kinderen
Bij Berenstain Beren Thuis
CD-Online Internet browser (this titles includes Ram-Raid)
Enkhuizer Almanak 1997
Face Kitchen
Gifts to Behold
Gnomes
Golf My Way
Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Carnival
Hieperdepiep, ik lees!
Hondenliefde
Krijtjesfabriek
Lekker Lezen over Huisdieren
Monty Python more naughty bits
Muzzy
Night in Nylon City
Origami
Richard Scarry's Allerbeste Buurt Disc!
Richard Scarry's Allerdrukste Buurt Disc!
Richard Scarry's Best Neighborhood Disc Ever!
Rollerbollen
Rules of Golf
Sandy's Circus Avontuur
Sargon Chess
Schilderschool 2
Schilderschool
Secrets of Tatjana (if you also include the "uncover" disc)
Stickybear Family Fun Game
Tell me Why II
Tennis Our Way
Thunder in Paradise
Tim & Bear at the Airport
Tim & Bear at the Harbour
Tim & Beer bij de film
Tim & Beer in de Haven
Tim & Beer in het Ziekenhuis
Tim & Beer op het vliegveld
Tom Magic Picture show
UEFA Champions League
Ultimate Noah's Ark
USA 94 world Cup
Verhalen Toverdoos Magische vertellingen
Verhalen Toverdoos Sterrendromen
Visit to Sesame Street Letters
Visit to Sesame Street Numbers
Vliegende Hollander
Wacky World of Miniature Golf
Yearn 2 Learn

There may be more, and maybe you don't consider then game discs, but it may be handy for a "complete" list.

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Re: complete games list

Post by j_eits » Mon Jun 09, 2008 8:12 am

Shroo-man wrote: it's difficult to get one for reference, kids, etc but there is one for movies its on the interactive dreams blog. I'm surprised there isn't one for games already. anyway I made one but I'm not sure how complete and accurate it is. Hopefully a CD-i veteran will comment on what is wrong with it and missing from it
Good to see that someone is working on a game list too. I’m usually only reading in this forum, but I thought it’s about time to register and try to help a bit. First of all, I think it would be interesting to discuss the question “What is a game?” I made some “rules” for myself.

Children stuff: It’s a game if it has no educational intention and has more game play than just an interactive story. For example “Haunted house” is a game for me.
Quizzes: A lot of CD-i’s do contain small quizzes, but I wouldn’t count them all as games. My “rule” is that the quizzes need to be more than a small addition to the other content. For example “Shark alert” is not a game for me, but “Sport Freaks” is.

The first list I got was the one from Digital Press. I took that and expanded it when I got/saw new games. Right now my list includes 148 games. The games missing on your list are:

Archeon CD-i Quiz
Do You Remember The 60s?
Flinstones/Jetsons: Time Warp
Girl's Club
Goal!
Great British Golf
Haunted House
International Tennis Open (2 Player)
Journal Interactif '94
Journal Interactif '95
NFL Instant Replay
Shadoan - Kingdom II
Super Test
Thunder In Paradise
Vegas Girls
Wacky World Of Miniature Golf, The
Wimbledon Challenge

Some questions about your list:
053 Holland Casino CD-i: Do you have more information on this game? I’ve never seen it and I couldn’t find any information in the internet. What is the exact title?
047 Golgo 13: Do we have confirmation that this game was released? Does anybody have it?
By the way, you have two numbers 044 on your list. One is “Go” and can be deleted.

Jens

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Re: complete games list

Post by j_eits » Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:21 am

j_eits wrote:By the way, you have two numbers 044 on your list. One is “Go” and can be deleted.
I saw in the "european releases?"-thread that Go was released in Italy. I missed that one too. Is it the same game as the one released by OlderGames?

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Re: complete games list

Post by Bas » Thu Jun 12, 2008 7:35 am

j_eits wrote:The games missing on your list are:

Archeon CD-i Quiz
Do You Remember The 60s?
Flinstones/Jetsons: Time Warp
Girl's Club
Goal!
Great British Golf
Haunted House
International Tennis Open (2 Player)
Journal Interactif '94
Journal Interactif '95
NFL Instant Replay
Shadoan - Kingdom II
Super Test
Thunder In Paradise
Vegas Girls
Wacky World Of Miniature Golf, The
Wimbledon Challenge
Hello! Considering your 'rules' there are a few I think you shouldn't count as a game, including Wimbledon (trivia quiz), Super Test (IQ tests), NFL Instant Replay (that's just a videocd, right? Or is it the trivia CD? That's not a game either IMO). The Journal Interactif CD's are nothing more than some trivia questions over a reference news disc, Goal is the english version of 'Voetbal' I thought, which is hardly a game too.

Some questions about your list:
053 Holland Casino CD-i: Do you have more information on this game? I’ve never seen it and I couldn’t find any information in the internet. What is the exact title?
That's indeed a game which Holland Casino produced in the Netherlands to use as a gift in their casino's. You can play the basic casino games in here which are better than Caesar's Gambling. A rare title!
047 Golgo 13: Do we have confirmation that this game was released? Does anybody have it?
There is one guy who offered the info and screens of Golgo 13 to us, but nobody else has it neither have we ever seen it on ebay or anywhere else. As long as that is, there's no confirmation it is officially released. But it does exist!

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Re: complete games list

Post by Shroo-man » Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:53 am

j_eits wrote: Good to see that someone is working on a game list too. I’m usually only reading in this forum, but I thought it’s about time to register and try to help a bit. First of all, I think it would be interesting to discuss the question “What is a game?” I made some “rules” for myself.
welcome to the forums and thanks for your suggestions. but I just wanted to get some sort of rough game list started for another member. I have very few cd-i titles compared to most of the collectors here so they are a lot more qualified to decide which titles are games. I'll leave it to them to decide if and how they will continue the list.

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Post by Bas » Wed Jun 25, 2008 9:14 am

So I see, Shroo-man, you're missing Shaolin's Road with a map? I can't remember there's a map in Shaolin's Road.

Solar Crusade is a great game, I was so happy they didn't cancel it after their announcement in 1996. It's just like Chaos Control, only with far better graphics.

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Post by j_eits » Tue Jul 01, 2008 9:06 pm

Bas wrote:] Considering your 'rules' there are a few I think you shouldn't count as a game, including Wimbledon (trivia quiz), Super Test (IQ tests), NFL Instant Replay (that's just a videocd, right? Or is it the trivia CD? That's not a game either IMO). The Journal Interactif CD's are nothing more than some trivia questions over a reference news disc, Goal is the english version of 'Voetbal' I thought, which is hardly a game too.
Okay, thanks for your help. Most of the titles you’ve mentioned are missing in my collection. The only one I have (now) is “Goal!”, which is not the English version of “Voetball”. (If I remember correctly, the English version of “Voetball” is called “Football”.)
“Goal!” is imo clearly a game. The concept is, that you have to answer questions and that you get moves in a soccer game when you answer them in the right way. The disc is in 8 languages.
Bas wrote: There is one guy who offered the info and screens of Golgo 13 to us, but nobody else has it neither have we ever seen it on ebay or anywhere else. As long as that is, there's no confirmation it is officially released. But it does exist!
I did some research on Japanese CD-i titles and found a page which includes a cover scan from “Golgo 13”. http://www.gamest.com/cd-i/cd-i-soft.htm He also lists a CD-i title called “CD-I Mah-jong”, but unfortunately without a cover scan.
Bas wrote:So I see, Shroo-man, you're missing Shaolin's Road with a map? I can't remember there's a map in Shaolin's Road.
I have the French version and it has a map. It shows the way to Shaolin with all(?) the places you can visit on your way.
Shroo-man wrote: welcome to the forums and thanks for your suggestions. but I just wanted to get some sort of rough game list started for another member. I have very few cd-i titles compared to most of the collectors here so they are a lot more qualified to decide which titles are games. I'll leave it to them to decide if and how they will continue the list.
Okay, I see. But anyway it’s great that you've started the list! At least I saw some games I wasn’t aware that they exist.

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Post by Bas » Wed Jul 02, 2008 8:58 pm

Those are unique pics! I've never seen any covers from Japan! I posted them on Interactive Dreams, thanks for the link!

(Too bad the whole CD-i community seems like sleeping lately :D)

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Post by Erronous » Thu Jul 03, 2008 5:31 pm

Hurrah for autotranslation:

The person who mows the sun

The companions Japanese blowing substitution edition whose Richard [sukari] is pleasant highest

Tokyo private school entrance examination guide

BIKE HISTORY OF JAPAN

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Post by gtdalby » Thu Jul 03, 2008 5:53 pm

:lol:


That last one is the actual title though ;)

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We have a very good cd-i list and info over here :-

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