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  1. My hope in creating this post is to establish a single "go-to" thread here on AtariAge dedicated to the Philips CD-i platform. I'm not going to dive into a history lesson here, as Wikipedia is great for that, but Philips co-developed the compact disc-interactive (CD-i) format with Sony beginning in the mid-1980s. In the United States, Philips supported the platform from approximately 1991 to 1995, with software development continuing in Europe, where the CD-i found more success, until 1998. The CD-i platform could probably best be described as misunderstood, as yes, from a pure gaming standpoint, it's not great (but it does have some fun exclusives!) but it was marketed as a home entertainment device, as you can see from much of its software and accessories, so it is not a game console in the traditional sense. Looking to pick up a CD-i player but don't know where to begin? A list of all consumer CD-i players made by Philips is available here; head here for a really helpful comparison table. As the CD-i format was an open standard, any company could purchase a license to make their own CD-i player. LG/Goldstar were perhaps the most notable third-party company to make their own CD-i players. The LG GDI 700 is a favorite of CD-i fans these days, noting the smaller footprint compared to some Philips players, built-in digital video cartridge (DVC), 32kb RAM, replaceable battery (no Timekeeper chip woes here) and very sharp composite output. Sony made a portable player and others also got into the game, often with just a rebranding of existing Philips players. Head here for more info on the non-LG third-party players. Note that the DVS (Digital Video Systems) player which sometimes pops up for sale in the US is largely just a rebadging of the LG GDI 700 along with some slight cosmetic changes. Portable CD-i players were also made by Philips and others, and go for a pretty penny here in 2021. **If you are looking to pick up a CD-i player, it is advised to get one that has already been refurbished by a reputable technician. While many people can tinker with a lube up a CD tray mechanism and replace its belt, maybe repair/replace a CD laser etc., many are unfamiliar with the intricacies of the CD-i motherboard, particularly the ticking timebomb Timekeeper chip. Once that chip goes, all bets are off with respect to player functionality. Far more than *just* keeper of time and date, you will experience the inability to save games and often the inability to play discs at all. eBay user dorwena777 is one such individual who knows his way around a CD-i player as a former Philips technician, and sells refurbished units as time permits (and as he can get his hands on reasonably-priced units, which is getting harder and harder...). dorwena will also repair your unit for you if you already have one. I personally have a Philips CD-i 220/57 with an added DVC (note that Philips had several revisions to the 220, and for comparison purposes on the above-linked table, the 220-57 falls within the 220/40 specs-wise). I went with that model because it checked all of the boxes, for me at least: second-gen "shell," built-in IR (remote-friendly), 32kb RAM for storing save states (many players have only 8kb), a reliable version "9" CD loading mechanism (mine has also been refurbished, which I would recommend), S-video output and both front and rear I/O ports can be used for "pointing devices," aka gamepad/mouse/trackball/light gun/roller controller (many CD-i players don't have this ability with both front AND rear ports, and some don't even have a rear port!). Speaking of pointing devices, a full list of those is available here. Since the official CD-i pointing devices tend to be hard to find and are pricey when they do pop up for sale, some hobbyists have made modified SNES controllers and also adapters to use an SNES controller and also a Genesis/Mega Drive controller. I have Lauraiss' Mega Drive to CD-i adapter and highly recommend it, though as he mentions on his site, some players have some compatibility issues with it. An AtariAge member does occasional batches of SNES2CDi adapters and that thread is here. Tech hobbyist Fragol Tech is also planning an initial run of their SNES2CDi adapter and you can express interest in that upcoming device here. If you're a collector, you must check out @Blazing Lazers' stellar post detailing his journey of completing the full US longbox set (97 in all; 98 if you count a European exclusive that was inexplicably released in the US longbox format) and also highlighting the 10 most rare titles. That thread also includes mentions of other hard to find titles (not just longbox format) that Jack has come across in his collecting journey. A must-read! Note that the CD-i platform does not have any copy protection or region-locking mechanisms, so that is VERY good news for those who do not want to drop a ton of cash on a bunch of original retail releases. Just burn a CD-R with an image (BIN/CUE) or ISO and you're good to go. Here's a handy download & burning guide. Do you fancy yourself a fan of homebrew games? There have been a few over the years that are out of print (Frog Feast - though a demo remains available at that link - and Super Quartet come to mind), but the recently completed and soon to be available for purchase Nobelia is the most ambitious CD-i homebrew title yet. I personally was a beta tester for this game and it is truly fantastic! The developer puts it best, it's like "Zelda meets Bomberman." Keep your eyes peeled for the physical release, which will later be followed by a digital release. With respect to video output options, among the US models, S-video is the best you're going to get *natively*. S-video is featured on the Philips CD-i 910 (the OG!/launch model) and 220. There are, however, RGB mods available, as described here. Note that European player models already output RGB natively via SCART. There have been a couple of other CD-i posts over the years here on AtariAge that I thought I would link here (which "console" to get?) and here (some general chatter from 2018). My go-to sites for CD-i game reviews are The Video Game Critic and The CD-I Completionist. In no particular order, here are my favorite CD-i resources when I need to venture beyond game reviews, which is often: The New International CD-i Association - excellent for quick hardware comparisons of players, FAQs, consumer and service manuals for CD-i players, much more. the world of CD-i - yet another excellent site with a wealth of information and also a good forum. Preserve CD-i - dedicated to preserving CD-i in digital form, naturally has a stellar compendium of disc images (links to archive.org and others) and more (many of these images are courtesy of our own Blazing Lazers). CDinteractive Forums - while these forums are mostly inactive at this point, they still contain a wealth of information thanks to posts dating back as far as 2005. Social channels: The Philips CD-i Appreciation Facebook Group and the Philips CD-i Community Discord are two of the best social channels for CD-i discussion, so if you are on those platforms, join us! Be sure to share your personal insights, questions or comments. Long live the Philips CD-i!
  2. Hello Atari Age people! I am looking to get rid of my three Nintendo games for the Phillips CD-i. I have Hotel Mario, Faces of Evil and Wand of Gamelon. I'm looking for $165 each for the Zelda games and $60 for Hotel Mario. I've tested these and they work! I know I'm new to the community, but I do have a feedback thread for another positive CD-i deal I did. https://atariage.com/forums/topic/310131-oddsandendsatari/ Here's what I have for photos:
  3. Hello everyone, having just joined the forum I have a plea... ? I'm good friends with Blazers and am a fellow CD-I collector. I'm looking for your help if that's possible please.... calling anyone on here who lives in or near Charlotte, N.C. - as on Facebook Marketplace there is a seller who has 3 portable CD-I 370's for sale @ $220.00 each and I would very much like to buy one of them!! I'd definitely recommend this machine too for anyone who wants to start their own CD-I collection, as the player is one of the very few that has a CR2032 replacement battery for the CD-I's memory. If you are able to help me buy one of these players, I'd happily pay you extra for your help ? Here is a link to the Marketplace article: https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/425081761735382/ . I really appreciate your help and time, and look forward to hearing back (I'll check back tomorrow) ? Best wishes, Al
  4. Hello again, I was here for a little while, got a couple of amazing systems thanks to some wonderful members here, and then disappeared into life (sinus insanity for 10 months now). But I'm back (not that you noticed me missing) and still haven't gotten some of the systems I'm after. I have had awful sinuses for the past year and haven't been able to go find them 'in the wild', and have had great luck here, so thought I'd try again. I'm looking for an Atari 5200 and 7800, Jaguar, Intellivision and, believe it or not, a CD-I. I have fond memories of the CD-I because of when and how I got it, it'd be a shelf sitter that gave me a gooey feeling inside. I'd prefer to deal with folks I can talk to on here than ebay, as I said last time. I'm not necessarily trying to find mint stuff, just in good shape and functional. If I want to pay too much, I've no doubt that I can go to a game store or ebay for that, please try to be fair (and I understand fair goes both ways). I'm open to other neat systems too if you happen to be looking to unload any. Thanks!
  5. Okay folks, here is what i'm on the lookout for these days! All in NTSC or region free if you please. I'm really more of a buyer than a trader since I tend not to buy things I don't want. Thanks! Lynx Lemmings Manual. Super Asteroids Missile Command, any condition considered. Jaguar Downfall+ on cartridge 8biteer on cartridge Aircars KA edition Atari 7800 CX-80 Trackball Ninja Golf Phillips CD-i CD-i movies (I have about 15 but let me know what you have and i'll likely pick it up if I don't have it) Chaos Control Tropic Thunder Golden Oldies 1 & 2 Atari XEGS/8 Bit -Floppy games 3DO Star Control 2 Wolfenstein 3D -Need a disc only copy of Road Rash (have game, but my disc is toast) Atari ST I'm generally interested in getting one right now. Let me know if you have one you are looking to sell. ST Games (good ones ) Sega Game Gear A starter collection if someone is looking to get out of it. Sega Nomad A nice clean system, and probably a case and power supply..
  6. Austin

    WTB: CD-i Games

    (Note: Open to trades! See the attached text document, last updated 10/22/2011) I am currently looking for the following CD-i games, all CIB. Outer sleeve isn't necessary for jewel-cased games, but mandatory for the long-box titles (which I think there are only two listed). Also open to working up a trade for those in the US--please see my attached collection text document in that case (very little of what's in my collection list is off-limits!): The Apprentice Lazer Lords Flashback: The Quest for Identity Defender of the Crown Dark Castle Pac-Panic Golden Oldies Volume II Secret Mission Namco Arcade Classics Zelda's Adventure (Yeah, I know, not gonna happen) Tetsuo Gaiden Zenith Micro Machines Accelerator Myst Lost Eden Atlantis: The Last Resort The Lost Ride Hotel Mario
  7. For the last few months, I supplemented my money from work with sales on ebay. Now this thread will show what I have left over. There are going to be more items added eventually, and I am going to make a text only list of complete in box music cds I have at the bottom for those who are interested in buying any of those cheap from me. I buy them cheap so I will sell them equally cheap when I am done with them. All games with pictures shown are available. Ask for prices of games that don't have a price shown yet if you want them. The items will be arranged from most expensive first to cheapest last so collectors who are really into it can see the rarest stuff first. If you buy enough stuff from me at once I won't charge for shipping. I'm having a hard time selling the complete in box Atari 2600 games on ebay as the demand is low for pre-NES stuff there. Haggle with those if you want them. Sega Nomad system only - $40 Sega Game Gear system only - $30 Mr. Nutz [sNES] - $30 Bust-A-Move (complete in box) [3DO] - $30 The Incredible Hulk (complete in box) [Game Gear] - $20 Tom & Jerry (complete in box) [Game Gear] - $15 Klax (complete in box) [TurboGrafx-16] - $12 Dodge 'Em (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $12 Freeway (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $12 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (complete in box) [Game Gear] - $10 Astroblast (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $10 Breakout (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $10 Red Alarm [Virtual Boy] - $10 Asteroids (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $9 Defender (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $8 Night Driver (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $8 Missile Command (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $8 Pole Position (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $8 Video Pinball (complete in box) [Atari 2600] - $7 Mario's Tennis [Virtual Boy] - $5 Keith Courage in Alpha Zones [TG-16] - $2 Games I have that need pictures and/or prices: Tetris (complete in box) [CD-i] - $15 Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam (complete in box) [CD-i] - $15 CIB CD-i movies: Star Trek VI Naked Gun 33 1/3 Guardian War (complete in box) [3DO] Xbox Console with composite cable 007: Agent Under Fire (complete in box) [Xbox] The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (complete in box) [Xbox] Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee (with MS employee store sticker) (complete in box) [Xbox] Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee (Platinum Hits) (complete in box) [Xbox] Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath (complete in box) [Xbox] Shenmue II (complete in box) [Xbox] Madden NFL '07 [Xbox] Sega Genesis Model 1 console only Nintendo GameCube (black) console only Double Dragon (complete in box) [sega Master System] Dragon Spirit [TurboGrafx-16] Nintendo Power Magazines and guides shown in the pictures List of music cds I have available to sell. $2 each and complete in box unless noted. (anything with a different price than $2 is usually because I had to pay around that price to get them in the first place): 112: 112 112: Room 112 2 Unlimited: Get Ready 3LW: A Girl Can Mack Alicia Keys: The Diary of Alicia Keys [with bonus DVD] The All Time Greatest Movie Songs Allure: Allure Ashanti: Chapter II Babyface: The Day Bestie Boys: Check Your Head Beastie Boys: Ill Communication Beastie Boys: Hello Nasty Blaque: Blaque B.O.N.E. Enterpri$e: Faces of Death - $15 Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: E. 1999 Eternal - $8 Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: The Art of War [2 Discs] - $8 Brandy: Full Moon Celly Cel: The G Filez - $8 Christina Aguilera: Christina Aguilera City High: City High Craig David: Fill Me In [single] Craig David: Slicker Than Your Average Crazy Town: The Gift of Game Da Brat: Unrestricted Damizza Presents Where I Wanna Be - $8 De La Soul: 3 Feet High and Rising Destiny's Child: The Writing's On The Wall Destiny's Child: Survivor DJ Quik: Way 2 Fonky DMX: Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood Dru Hill: Dru Hill E-40: Federal [1995 remaster] - $8 East Coast Family Volume One - $5 Eminem: The Eminem Show Eve: Let There Be Eve - Ruff Ryders' First Lady Eve: Scorpion Fabolous: Street Dreams Fat Joe: Jealous Ones Still Envy Fat Joe: All or Nothing Foxy Brown: Ill Na Na Fugees: The Score Funkmaster Flex: Volume IV - The Mixtape Ginuwine: 100% Ginuwine Hi-Five: Hi-Five Ja Rule: Venni Vetti Vecci Ja Rule: Rule 3:36 Janet Jackson: Janet Janet Jackson: All for You Jay-Z: The Dynasty Roc La Familia Jennifer Lopez: On the 6 Jennifer Lopez: J.Lo Jennifer Lopez: This Is Me... Then Jermaine Dupri: Instructions [Clean Version] Jon B: Cool Relax Jurassic 5: Power In Numbers K-Ci & JoJo: X Keith Sweat: Keith Sweat Kelly Rowland: Simply Deep L-Burna aka Layzie Bone: Thug By Nature - $8 Len: You Can't Stop the Bum Rush Lil' Troy: Sittin' Fat Down South LL Cool J: 10 Ludacris: Back for the First Time [Clean Version] Mariah Carey: The Emancipation of Mimi Mariah Carey: E=MC^2 Mase: Harlem World MC Serch: Here It Comes [Promo Single] - $5 Method Man: Tical 2000 - Judgement Day Millennium Hip-Hop Party (missing booklet; skip doctored) - $1 Moulin Rouge! Soundtrack MTV The First 1000 Years: Hip-Hop Mya: Mya Nappy Roots: Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz Naughty by Nature: Naughty by Nature Naughty by Nature: Nineteen Naughty Nine - Nature's Fury [Clean Version] Nelly: Nellyville Nelly: Da Derrty Versions - The Reinvention [Clean Version] New Edition: Home Again Next: Rated Next Onyx: Bacdafucup OutKast: Stankonia [special Edition Bonus Track] [Clean Version] - $5 Pink: Can't Take Me Home P.M. Dawn: Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross - The Utopian Experience P.M. Dawn: The Bliss Album...? Public Enemy: Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black Puff Daddy & the Family: No Way Out Puff Daddy: Forever Quad City DJ's: Get on Up and Dance Queen Latifah: She's a Queen - A Collection of Hits Ray-J: Everything You Want Run-D.M.C.: Greatest Hits Salt-N-Pepa: Very Necessary Save the Last Dance Soundtrack Shade Sheist: Where I Wanna Be [single] Shaggy: Boombastic Shaggy: Hot Shot Sir Mix-A-Lot: Swass [skip doctored] Sir Mix-A-Lot: Seminar Sir Mix-A-Lot: Return of the Bumpasaurus Sisqo: Unleash the Dragon Snow: 12 Inches of Snow Stereo MC's: Connected St. Lunatics: Free City The Sugarhill Gang: The Best of Sugarhill Gang (missing booklet) SWV: Greatest Hits Technotronic: Pump Up the Jam - The Album Tevin Campbell: I'm Ready Timbaland & Magoo: Welcome to Our World Timbaland: Tim's Bio - Life From Da Bassment Timbaland & Magoo: Indecent Proposal TLC: Ooooooohhh... on the TLC Tip T-Mac & The P-Squad: T-Mac & The P-Squad - $20 [rare album; no scratches] Tyrese: Tyrese Will Smith: Big Willie Style More CDs will eventually be listed, like the rock music. This is less than half of my cd collection.
  8. Hey! Just got my first CD-i, and now I'm looking for both suggestions and purchase opportunities for a few of the titles released for the system that would qualify as "good". I already have the Don Bluth Animation games (DL 1 & 2, Space Ace) as well as Kingdom the Far Reaches and Escape from Cyber City. Also have Tetris (okay), Alien Gate (crap), and Video Speedway (rancid crap). In addition, I have a copies of Hotel Mario and Burn: Cycle enroute. I've only heard of a few other games specific to the system that are said to be genuinely decent (if not excellent): The Apprentice, Zenith, Mutant Rampage, and.... Thunder in Paradise? (Don't laugh; I've read that it's actually a decent FMV shooter.) So does anyone have copies of these or other "good" CD-i games that they'd be willing to sell at a reasonable price? Thanks!
  9. Hi, I have some CD-i games that I am looking to get rid of. I dont' have a CD-i so I can't test them but they all are in decent shape. I would expect them all to work, but I can't be sure since I don't have a CD-i. Some of the discs have moderate scratching but like I said, I think they will probalby work. They don't have manuals but two of them have brochures for other CD-i games. There are also little orange stickers on the bottom right corners. They can easily be taken off with no damage done to the slip cover. I'm asking $40 shipped or best offer. The games are: International Tennis Open: Good, disc has moderate scratches. Nothing awful though. Battleship: Good, has light scratches and some fingerprints. Sargon Chess: Good. Light scratches and fingerprints. Pinball: Good. Case has a piece of paper taped on front. The disc has some moderate scratching and fingerprints. Escape From Cyber City: Good. Light scratches and fingerprints. Tetris: Good. Only light scratches. Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia: Very good. Very light scratches and fingerprints. Mystic Midway: Good. Has some moderate scratches. I'm open to offers. Just looking to get rid of them really. Thanks! PM me with offers or any questions you may have. Also I realize the picture is upside down, I'm not sure why lol.
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