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Rogue Trooper:
In same C+VG (Dec'94) issue i found the stuff for Laird (Jaguar review thread) i see:

Embryo A1200, 82% CD32 version planned.

Novastorm PC CD 87% MCD+CD32 versions planned.

Megarace 3DO 72% (PC CD 91%, MCD 75%) but no mention of a CD32 version planned.

Football glory Amiga 88% CD32 ver.planned

Magic Carpet PC 96% No other versions planned.

Dreamweb A1200 86% CD32 version planned.
Which would have cast of professional luvvies and voice-over men reading the script.

Also talking of magazines/CD32, there was 'talk' of Rebel Assault coming to CD32 as well as MCD (probably handled it far better, MCD colour pal.really not suited to this game), also that Biosphere started out on CD32, but then switched to PC and was re-named Genewars.

Also some German mag was claiming CBM were trying to secure Day Of The Tentacle on CD32.

Few more C+VG related things, different issue:

Bubble+Squeak, 84% they say was developed soley for CD32, yet reading review,only benifit appears to be 256 colours.

Gunship 2000, 91% 256 colours, faster, smoother update.

Striker-NO improvements on CD32, no even CD music, 75%

AmigaJay:
Yeah I remember well all the CD32 versions planned,so many cancelled games must be one of the highest for a console!
Will try and find a list somewhere.

TL:

--- Quote from: &quot;AmigaJay&quot; ---Yeah I remember well all the CD32 versions planned,so many cancelled games must be one of the highest for a console!
Will try and find a list somewhere.

--- End quote ---

Probably second only to the Jaguar!

AmigaJay:
http://web.archive.org/web/20080116153652/http://cd32.amiga32.com/

Found a list here, though it only has 70-75 games listed, I have seen one that has around 100.
Again makes for glum reading, and kinda makes you glad the CD32 still got 160+ games considering it was only on the market 7 months before Commodore went belly up.

TL:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXrCyXGx4X8

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