Your CDi Games

Anything relating to CD-i can be discussed in this forum. From the multiple hardware iterations of the system to the sofware including games, reference, music and Video CDs. Maybe you hold an interest in Philips Media and the many development houses set up to cater for CD-i if so then this is the forum.
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Post by j_eits » Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:33 pm

The character "Die Maus" is from a german TV-Programm called "Die Sendung mit der Maus". It's very well known in Germany and one of the longest runing TV-programs for kids. You can find the webpage of the program here: http://www.wdrmaus.de/

As cdifan said it's not really a game, it's more an educational title for kids with a few mini-games. I'm taking a few more screenshots as soon as I have some time.

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Post by nrg78 » Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:17 am

The "videogamescollector" links posted here lead to this:
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i've seen the Cranberries Doors and Windows stated here, funny because I have one of those, but it has some scratches and it kept on crashing.. They called it a "Rainbow CD" and it had a nice coloured inlay indeed! Eheheh..

I'll post here my humble collection, now splitted in two houses (and secretly growing in one of them!... ;p ), as soon as I get a chance. =)

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Long (re)Live CD-i! =)

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Post by j_eits » Mon Mar 23, 2009 12:52 pm

nrg78 wrote:The "videogamescollector" links posted here lead to this:
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I've tried to fix that, but it seems to be a problem with the videogamescollector-page. I hope they'll fix it soon.

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Post by j_eits » Sun Apr 12, 2009 7:12 pm

Just to let you know: The videogamescollector-pages are online again.

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Post by some stupid japanese name » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:23 pm

Here's a pic of my feeble collection. This is the first time I've actually gone through the stuff I've bought over the last few weeks (with the exception of a few things I held onto since that last time I had a CDi). So far I've only got about $350 into it. I'm sad to see that there are so many games left that I want to get solely for play purposes, let alone all the ones I need for collecting.

Jewel case games:
Alien Gate
The Apprentice
Arcade Classics
Atlantis
Burn:Cycle
Caeser's World of Boxing
Caeser's World of Gambling
Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia
Creature Shock
Christmas Crisis
Family Games 1 & 2
Flashback
Golden Oldies 1 & 2
Hotel Mario
International Tennis Open
The Joker's Wild
Kether
Lingo
Mad Dog McCree (and two guns)
Monty Python Live Without & More Naughty Bits
Mutant Rampage
Muzzy
NFL Hall of Fame
Pac-Panic
Pinball
Tilt
Voyeur
Who Shot Johnny Rock
Zenith
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These are a couple of things that were in a lot I got. Anyone have any info on them?
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The sampler is pretty neat as it has various discs inside. One is full of trailers of movies that were coming to Video CD, one is game trailers, and one is photo cd.

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Post by some stupid japanese name » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:31 pm

The two larger than normal jewel case games are Inca and Zombie Dinos.
The big boxes should be readable.

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Post by K1ngArth3r » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:57 pm

Nice thanks for sharing mate :)

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Post by K1ngArth3r » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:00 pm

My games collection, bit shit compared to what it was, still hoping for a complete uk collection :-)

System

CD-i 180/181
CD-i 210
CD-i 450
CD-i FW380i

Accessories

22ER9017 (CD-i Touchpad)
22ER9956 Digital Video Cartridge
22ER9956 Digital Video Cartridge
22ER9208 (I/O Port Splitter)
22ER9208 (I/O Port Splitter)
I-O Port Splitter 2nd Release
22ER9985 (CD-i Internet Kit)
22ER9012 (CD-i Roller Controller)
22ER9021 (CD-i Gamepad)
CD-i Retail CD Wallet

Offical UK Magazine

CD-i Magazine Issue 02
CD-i Magazine Issue 04
CD-i Magazine Issue 05
CD-i Magazine Issue 06
CD-i Magazine Issue 07
CD-i Magazine Issue 08
CD-i Magazine Issue 09
CD-i Magazine Issue 10
CD-i Magazine Issue 11
CD-i Magazine Issue 12
CD-i Magazine Issue 13
CD-i Magazine Issue 14
CD-i Magazine Issue 15
CD-i Magazine Issue 16
CD-i Magazine Issue 17
CD-i Magazine Issue 18
CD-i Magazine Issue 19
CD-i Magazine Issue 20

Big Box Titles

7th Guest
Cluedo?
Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia
Flashback
Headcrash Deluxe Pack
Joy Of SPAMBOT
Mad Dog McCree and The Peacekeeper Revolver
Xplora 1 Peter Gabriel's Secret World

Demonstration Only

For Demonstration Only: Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia
For Demonstration Only: Cartoon Jukebox
For Demonstration Only: A Visit to Sesame Street Numbers
For Demonstration Only: A Title Sampler
For Demonstration Only: Alles over CD-i
For Demonstration Only: Comptons Interactive Encyclopedia
For Demonstration Only: Philips media interactive encyclopedie
For Demonstration Only: Philips magazine 92/93
For Demonstration Only: Palm Springs Open
For Demonstration Only: Sandy's Circus Avontuur
For Demonstration Only: Time Life: Kleinbeeld Fotografie

Philips Audio/Video Products `92/`93
The Hearth of CDi Home Cinema

Demo

CD-i Games (Highlights-Previews-Gameclips)
Micro Machines Demo

Movies

A Fish Called Wanda
Addams Family Values
Airplane
Alive
Beverly Hills Cop 1
Beverly Hills Cop 2
Black Rain
Coming To America
Crocodile Dundee 2
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Ghost
Monty Ptyhon's More Naughty Bits
Moonstruck
Planes Trains & Automobiles
Star Trek VI
The Accused
The Naked Gun
The Naked Gun 2.5
Thelma and Louise
Top Gun
When Harry Met Sally

Reference

Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia
Tell Me Why Two
The Renaissance of Florence
The French Impressionists
The World of Impressionism

Music

2 Unlimited Beyond Limits
A Musical Biography of Mozart
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Bryan Adams Waking Up The Neighbours
Escape
The Cramberries Doors and Windows
Xplora 1 Peter Gabriel's Secret World

Kids

A Visit to Sesame Street Number
A Visit to Sesame Street Letters
Brer rabbit and the wonderful tar baby
Flintstones Jetsons TimeWarp
Little Monster at School
Mother Goose Rymes to Color
SoundTrap
Pecos bill
The Crayon Factory
The Emperors New Clothes

Games

7th Guest
Alien Gate
Arcade Classics
Backgammon
Burn Cycle
Caesars World Of Boxing
Caesars World Of Gambling
Caricature
CD Shoot
Chaos Control
Cluedo The Mysteries Continue
Connect Four
Crime Patrol
Defender Of The Crown
De Zaak Van Sam
Dimo's Quest
Dragons Lair
Dragons Lair 2
Drug Wars
Escape From The CyberCity
Flashback
Hotel Mario
Inca
International Tennis Open (2 Player Version)
Kingdom
Kiss
Laser Lords
Lemmings
Link
Litil Devil
Lord Of The Rising Sun
Lost Eden
Lucky Luke
Megamaze
Mad Dog 2 The Lost Gold
Mad Dog McCree
Micro Machines
Mutant Rampage
Myst
Mystic Midway Phantom Express
Mystic Midway Rest In Pieces
Palm Springs Open
Rise Of The Robots
Space Ace
Striker Pro
Tangram
Tetris
The Last Bounty Hunter
The Lost Ride
Thunder In Paradise
Video Speedway
Voyeur
Who Shot Johnny Rock?
World Cup Golf
Zelda
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Post by some stupid japanese name » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:37 pm

I had prolly 30 of those For Demonstration Only discs when I got my second CDi. Sort of wish I had kept them now.
I think I'm missing some stuff, cuz I could have sworn I had Dragon's Lair, Space Ace, Lucky Luke, and a couple others. We recently moved, so they're probably in a tote somewhere still.
Argh.

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Post by some stupid japanese name » Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:14 am

I managed to find my Merlin's Apprentice, Space Ace, Lucky Luke, and a couple others (CD Shoot, Golden Oldies Jukebox).

I do have an extra Atlantis if anyone is looking for it. I'd be more inclined to trade than sell. (You can get money anywhere, but CDi games? Not so much).

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Post by Gaara » Tue May 03, 2011 3:59 pm

Games:
International Tennis Open
Tetris
CD Shoot
Battleship
Video Speedway
Jeopardy!
Caesars World of Gambling
Hanna-Barbera's Cartoon Carnival
The Palm Springs Open
Flashback
Chaos Control
Pac-Panic
Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam
Litil Divil
The Apprentice
Zenith
Striker Pro
Hotel Mario
Micro Machines

Other:
Antistatic
Solar System
Star Trek VI
and I have "Wayne's World" coming in the mail after I got it on that online auction site that shall remain nameless.

Also a few issues of the UK CDi magazine.

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Re: Your CDi Games

Post by cdigamer » Wed Jun 19, 2013 7:40 pm

this is my cdi collection

cdi 210 matchline with digital videocardridge and trackerball

and these games:


philips media encyclopedia neatly in box

35mm photography full time life hard cover box very rare

the emperor's new clothes complete hardcover box very rare

cdi music box vol 1 classical guitar complete hardcover box very rare

fpd v4.0 testing phase 3 September 13, 1991 sandy s circus aventure very rare and nowhere to be found

fpd testing Pgase 1 january 21, 1991 the smithsonian series on collecting stampa very rare and nowhere to be found

fpd v / 2 testing phase 3 january 24, 1992 sargon chess very rare and nowhere to be found

fpd testing phase August 3 16.1991 storybook adventure pecos bill very rare and nowhere to be found

english language director level 1 3 disc box rare nowhere to be found

english language director leve 2 3 disc box rare nowhere to be found

francais language director level 1 3 disc box rare nowhere to be found

philips cdi format test disc 1 very rare not to find

Media mogul 2.2.1 demo audition scene take one very rare

philips hundreds 1891-1991 very rare not to find release 1991 year

validation disc microwave-sony philips uitgace disc 1 rare

fishtank video very rare nowhere to be found



normal games



asterix caesar's challenge

the down home blues

lingo

burn cycle 2 disc s

Cluedo

medical encyclopedia

video speedway

Kether

phantom express mystic midway

the wacky world miniature golf

Hotel Mario

astrology

site seeing in digital eindhoven

the uptown blues

the last unicorn VCD

discover the unknown 2x Netherlands

the 7th guest 2 disc s

family games 1

tetris

Dutch top hits karaoke vol 3

news overview 1994

international tennis open

arcade classics

golden oldies jukebox

christmas crisis

tion trip 15 known children's songs part 1

philips media encyclopedia in cardboard case

philips media encyclopedia in box as normal cdi

comptons interactive encyclopedia 2x

mega popclassics 2x

Dutch Film Festival 1995

Mad Dog McCree 1

link the faces of evil

time life miniature photography

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