Philips Interactive Media

3rd Degree

3rd Degree

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Would you like to protect your boss who is having an affair? If you got an anniversary gift you didn't like, what would you do? If you found $1 million, would you keep it? You know how you would answer--but what about your friends? Do you think you know? You'll be quizzed on love, family, career, money and potpourri. Sometimes you're right, and sometimes you're not! The answers will surprise you. It's 3rd Degree--the first CD-i game show. You are the contestant in the hot seat in this interactive game. Meet hilarious hosts and a very astute judge. Choose from an assortment of colorful...

ABC Sports Presents: Power Hitter

ABC Sports Presents: Power Hitter

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

ABC Sports Presents: Power Hitter is a baseball game for the CD-i. The game only lets you bat, the rest of the game is taken care of by the AI. Before batting you are shown screens in which you have to select batter strategies and guess the type of pitch. After you are presented with a first-person view from the batter and you have to time your swing right. When you hit the rest of the action is shown through video clips from an actual match. The game has no team licenses so all the teams are fictional. The game features commentary audio. The player doesn't play for a specific team, so...

ABC Sports Presents: The Palm Springs Open

ABC Sports Presents: The Palm Springs Open

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

ABC Sports Presents: The Palm Springs Open is a golfing game. The game makes use of real actors and photographic backgrounds. For each round you can select which club you want to use, and decide how you want to slice or hook the ball. The game features only one the Palm Springs course, which has 18 holes. Throughout the game your progress is verbally discussed on by two commentators.

Accelerator

Accelerator

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1997

Accelerator is a 2D top down action racing game. The cars in the game feature weapons so while racing the player not only has to focus on the road but also has to dodge enemy bullets. When a car gets hit it is disabled for a couple of seconds. When this happens a lot the car explodes and the race is over for that participant. When the player performs well he can buy weapons himself and improve his driving skills. The player can choose between 8 different drivers to play with, each of them has its own abilities such as traction, acceleration, speed and armour. The game features 10 different...

Alfapet

Alfapet

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Alfapet is a Swedish word puzzle similar to Scrabble. Like in Scrabble players make words from randomly received letters and place them on the playing board. Words are worth points and each letter has its own value. The value of each letter is different from Scrabble and also the board is different with harmful tiles and quadruple modifiers. Tiles with arrows or stop symbols allow you to respectively lay words in a corner and behind other words without using their letters. The game uses a Swedish dictionary for words and can be played with up to four players.

Alien Gate

Alien Gate

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

A terrifying evil is threatening the safety of your planet. Hordes of monsters are advancing through the Alien Gate with one objective in mind - the destruction of your world! Only you can ward off this danger. As a rocket fighter pilot, your coolheadedness will be tested to the utmost. The last battle has begun.

The Apprentice

The Apprentice

Philips CD-i - Released - 1994

Poor Marvin needs your help! As apprentice to the great wizard Gandorf S. Wandburner III, Marvin must perform treacherous tasks throughout the castle towers. Take control of the apprentice and guide him through six heart-stopping levels in the arcade-style platform game that delivers fast, furious play with thousands of frames of animation. You'll be running, jumping, flying, even swimming your way around the towers, working against the clock and all the beastly enemies who are eager to prove that a wizard's work is never done!

Arcade Classics

Arcade Classics

Philips CD-i - Released - January 1, 1996

Remember the good old days spending hours behind the arcade machine? These days are back. "Arcade Classics" has 3 all time classic games from the time that "Game play" was #1: Ms. Pac-Man, Galaxian and Galaga!

Astérix: Caesar's Challenge

Astérix: Caesar's Challenge

Philips CD-i - Released - 1995

This interactive board game offers action and adventure as Asterix and his friends journey around the Roman Empire on a challenge from Caesar while learning about different countries' history and culture. You can play as various characters including Asterix, Obelix, Impedimenta, Panacea, Justforkix and Geriatrix. You have to collect souvenirs from various places as proof you've been there, and then get back to your village in time or else Caesar will win. It allows for up to 4 players or you can play against the computer. The game track has 54 squares that can be landed on which represent...

Atlantis: The Last Resort

Atlantis: The Last Resort

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1997

The parole officer has just made you an offer you cannot refuse... "Shut down the reactor at the heart of the Atlantis resort and you can have your freedom". Your reply... "Where's my rocket launcher?" 20 levels of mindless blasting!!

Axis & Allies

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Axis & Allies is a 1998 turn-based strategy video game closely based on the Axis and Allies: Classic board game. Players take control of one of five world powers at the start of 1942 in WW2, grouped into the opposing factions of the Allies (US, UK, and USSR) and the Axis (Germany and Japan). Victory conditions are set at the start of the game: complete world domination, the capture of enemy capitals, or reaching a set level of economic power by the Axis. The game is turn-based, with the USSR turn first, and the USA turn last. Each power's turn of the game is broken into several phases....

Backgammon

Backgammon

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Backgammon is a translation of the classical board game for the CD-i. The game allows the player to chose between three different opponents with each their own skill level. The game can be played in a first person perspective in which the opponents are displayed in an animated cartoon style. You can also play against a friend and choose for a top down view of the game board. A hint system is available when you don't know what to do and it is also possible to undo a turn when you change your mind.

Battleship

Battleship

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

Battleship is a conversion of the classic board game for the CD-i. The game plays exactly like the original board game. You take turns to fire on certain coordinates in the hope of hitting enemy ships. On the side of the screen there's a little window that shows short naval archive footage whenever you are firing or get hit. You can play against the computer or against a friend.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Beauty & The Beast is an Action game, developed by Lightyear Entertainment and published by Philips Media, which was released in 1992.

Berenstain Bears: On Their Own, And You On Your Own

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

The Berenstain Bears: On Their Own is an interactive story book for children based on the popular children's book series. A yearly fair has come to Bear country, but nobody has the time to accompany brother and sister bear to go to it. Mother bear agrees that they can go on their own if they prove they can be responsible. The game includes 29 educational games for children. With each successful completion the player can win stars. Games include cleaning their virtual room, catching the bus to school, matching the alphabet, reading the clock and others. Initially all the games are around...

Big Bang Show

Big Bang Show

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Big Bang Show combines both arcade action gameplay with a historical quiz in two different game modes. In the arcade game the player controls a ball of energy called Sparkie. Sparkie is invented by Professor Albertus the host of the game. Using logic and reflexes you have to move Sparkie around the level avoiding obstacles and collecting objects. In the quiz game Professor Albertus asks questions which have to be answered. There are questions in the following categories Big Bang Prehistory Middle age 20th century Future Enough questions about one category have to be answered to...

Brain Dead 13

Brain Dead 13

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1997

As Lance, the world's hippest computer repair guru, you're called to the mysterious castle of the disembodied brain, Dr. Nero Neurosis. You learn of the Doctor's master plan... There's no turning back now! Race through the evil playground of the demented Doctor's twisted castle and battle the ultimate mishaps of science: Moose, Vivi, and Fritz, the half-human half-pet of Dr. Neurosis.

Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby

Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby is an audio book with activities and games for children of ages 3 to 7. The story which comes from a compilation of southern US folktales is completely visualized and narrated by famous movie star Danny Glover. The text can be displayed while it is pronounced for early readers to learn the words. Aside from the story itself there's also games to be played. Parents can select games of an appropriate age level for their children. The games teach the children visual discrimination, classification, positional concepts and more. The game is part of the...

Burn:Cycle

Burn:Cycle

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Burn Cycle (stylized as Burn:Cycle) is a 1994 adventure video game for the CD-i that incorporates full motion video. The game's star, Sol Cutter, is a computer hacker and small-time data thief whose latest steal at the beginning of the game comes with a nasty sting. The Burn Cycle virus has been implanted in his head and has given him a two-hour realtime deadline to find a cure before his brain deteriorates completely. The player must guide Sol out of Softech and into the Televerse in order to find his cure. Various obstacles and games stand in his way, and there is the overarching realisation...

Caesar's World of Boxing

Caesar's World of Boxing

Philips CD-i - Released - January 1, 1991

Your sports fantasy comes true in the boxing arcade/strategy game that puts you in the ring at the fabulous Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. Behind the scenes, the managers, trainers, reporters, high-rollers and groupies who make up your entourage offer advice, encouragement and temptation. Under the lights, the world is watching as you tape the gloves, climb through ropes, and fight for the heavyweight crown.

Caesar's World of Gambling

Caesar's World of Gambling

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1990

Caesars World of Gambling is much like the many other iterations. The player starts out with $500 to gamble in the famed Caesar's Palace in a variety of games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Slot Machines, etc. The game boasts photo realistic graphics of an actual casino, dealers and slot machines and has real-life odds applied to the game to give it a more realistic feel. It also features the ability for four different players to compete against each other.

Cartoon Carnival

Cartoon Carnival

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Match colors at Huckleberry Hound's Gift Emporium. Catch balloons at The Flintstone's Balloon Ballyhoo. Rescue Scooby from a haunted maze in Scooby-Doo's Adventure Isle. Snatch silly sounds at Yogi Bear's Pic-a-nic Place. Capture stray satellites in The Jetson's Space Race. Test your knowledge in Top Cat's Top Facts. Win and enjoy a classic cartoon clip in full-motion digital video.

CD Shoot

CD Shoot

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

CD Shoot is a clay dove shooting game for the CD-i. The game has four game modes: sporting, Olympic trap, balltrap and English skeet. In the game clay doves are launched in the air and using a targeting crosshair you have to shoot them out of the sky.

Chaos Control

Chaos Control

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

You have been chosen to repel the attacks of the Kesh-Rhan extra-terrestrials who are threatening Earth. In command of a spacefighter, you will travel through universes in full-screen synthesized images, going from the island of Manhattan to the heart of a virtual reality computer, reaching ultimately the pitfallls of outer space. Quick, take the controls, there is not a minute to be wasted!

Children's Musical Theatre

Children's Musical Theatre

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Children's Musical Theatre is a Simulation game, developed by Sonic Images Productions, Inc. and published by Philips Media, which was released in 1992.

Christmas Country

Christmas Country

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

Finally, a platform game for CD-i with lots of enemies. Play and explore the exciting, long lasting, fun filled, 16 levels of Christmas Country.

Christmas Crisis

Christmas Crisis

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Christmas Crisis is a 2D plaftorm game with a Christmas theme. The player plays as Santa Claus and has to disarm twenty-four presents that have been rigged with explosives by the malicious Dr. Rubberchicken. As Santa the player is armed with snowballs which can be used to knock out evil toys sent to stop you in your path by Dr. Rubberchicken. Aside from snow, which allows the player to replenish his snow balls there's various other types of pickups that can be collected such as treasure. When enough treasure is collected the player receives a password that allows him to restart the game...

Cluedo

Cluedo

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Clue is a full-motion video adaptation of the popular board game of the same name. There are three storylines with four difficulty levels, each with a unique solution making it altogether twelve different mysteries: The Hodded Madonna, Happy Ever After and Deadly Patent. The movement system, where the player moves the cursor to a portion of the screen and clicks on it to move or turn to that direction is similar to the one found in the The 7th Guest. Inside the rooms the screen switches to a 360ยบ panorama that can be scrolled by moving the cursor to its edges. Clicking on clocks starts a...

Cluedo: The Mysteries Continue

Cluedo: The Mysteries Continue

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Cluedo, known as Clue in the USA, is a popular board game with a murder mystery theme. The CD-i version makes full use of Digital Video to present the viewer with a challenging game. By interviewing real characters and using a process of deduction the viewers must play against each other to find the murderer, the murder weapon and the murder room, and correctly accuse the culprit.

Connect Four

Connect Four

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

Connect Four is a digital version of the 1974 Milton Bradley board game of the same name. In the game players take turn dropping coloured discs on a vertical playing field while trying to get four of them in a row either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This version can be played against a friend or against the computer. There are three difficulty levels for the computer opponent. Players can pick their own colour of choice.

Crime Patrol

Crime Patrol

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

Be the ultimate crime fighter in this multi-level live action thriller! Face streetfight gangs and armed robbers as a rookie. Undercover, you'll hit mobsters and drug dealers. Join SWAT to take down bank robbers and bikers. Make it to the top in Delta Force and take on international terrorists!

Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars

Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

Drug Wars is another in the long line of traditional American Laser Games arcade-conversion shooters. It's a straightforward point-and-click game in which you fight the usual gang of not-so-law-abiding citizens in a typically small town.

Dark Castle

Dark Castle

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

The Black Knight has brought misery to the land, and the end way to end this is to enter his haunted house to slay him. You are the brave adventurer taking on this quest through 14 increasingly-tough zones. The bulk of the game is side-viewed, involving single screens to pass through, which incorporate ropes, cages and trapdoor. There are enemies walking, flying and hovering through this, and many of them respawn. Unusually your weapon to take them on (rocks) can be thrown through 360 degrees, which aims to make the gameplay more realistic and methodical. The screens were linked by hub...

Defender of the Crown

Defender of the Crown

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

Strategy is vital in this chivalrous charade, and smarts will protect your hide better than armor as you command the role of a brave Saxon knight destined to avenge King Richard's murder. To reclaim the crown and conquer the heart of a beautiful maiden, you must outwit and outmaneuver hordes of medieval marauders. Read maps, plan raids, even team with Robin Hood, then plunder enemy strongholds, dueling for gold needed to build an army of mercenary vassals. You'll also need to stash cash for catapults that launch boulders, fire and disease into formidable fortresses. So wise up and rise up to...

Dimo's Quest

Dimo's Quest

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

To be able to marry Princess Dori, Dimo the frog has to collect all the sweets her father King Greenfoot wants throughout the kingdom! That means over 50 levels; so help Dimo in his quest in this cute puzzle game...

Earth Command: The Future of our World is in Your Hands

Earth Command: The Future of our World is in Your Hands

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Earth Command is a strategic simulation game that focuses on both ecological and social threats to our planet. The player takes on the role of the head of a special United Nations command post in space. You are in full control to allocate budgets and taxes, dispatch emergency assistance, decree emergency laws and other actions of global interest. You must combat both natural as social disasters. The game is viewed in a top down map of the world. Whenever a situation arises it is accompanied with full motion videos. The game covers 500 possible emergencies in 130 different countries and...

Effacer: Hangman from the 25th Century

Effacer: Hangman from the 25th Century

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Effacer is a futuristic take on the classic paper and pencil game of hangman. The set-up has the player compete in a series of grammar games against aliens that have "committed crimes against grammar" by competing in games to learn proper nouns, adjectives and the like in the style of hangman. If the player chooses the right letters, the enemy alien will be zapped, but if the player picks the wrong one their character will start to be hanged. If they player chooses too many wrong letters, their character will be hanged and the game will be over.

Escape from Cyber City

Escape from Cyber City

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

The Earth is under attack. The evil Guardian's forces are in control. Only a few continue to resist and only you can help. Your mission is to survive the dangers of CyberCity, fight your way to the train and destroy the Guardian's planet. Beware: things are not what they seem! Escape From CyberCity is the first CD-Interactive action adventure to utilize full cel-animation, giving the player the feel of starring in a fast action motion picture. This beautifully animated production features a dynamic, high impact soundtrack and complete interactive play.

Family Games

Family Games

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Here's a game collection for the whole family. It'll keep EVERYONE glued to the screen for hours! Take your pick - action and adventure, brain teasers or straightforward entertainment. There are ten great games - Full Attack, Jokisen, Where's That Sound, Skid Kart, Captain Alphabet, Draw Stamp Color, SuperSlide, Morphon Invasion, Wizard and Hot Rocks.

Family Games II: Junk Food Jive

Family Games II: Junk Food Jive

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

If you like to flit around like a fly along dirty food residue, have to fight over the bill with your partner, if you want to invent your own clever pizza topping, have had greater ambitions than smaller people or have painted (yes) your masterpieces on thick place mats, then you will feel quite at home here!

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

You're Conrad B. Hart, Galaxis Bureau of Investigation Agent and right now you're stranded on a far-away planet after discovering an alien plot to overtake Earth. You must travel and find your way through four planets back to Earth and foil the aliens' sinister and deadly plans. This is truly the most explosive and intriguing Flashback experience. And it's gonna rip you right out of your comfortable little century and hurl you smack into a time and place that'll have you begging for a nap!

Flintstones & Jetsons: Timewarp

Flintstones & Jetsons: Timewarp

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Flintstones Jetsons: Timewarp is an graphical adventure game based on the two popular cartoons The Flintstones and The Jetsons. In the game Fred Flintstone and George Jetson have switched places in time and space. It is for the player to set things right again.

Foqus

Foqus

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Foqus is a party game based on the Swedish game show of the same name. In the game players have to guess partially obscured pictures similar to the game show Get the Picture.

Go

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Go is a digital version of the classic Chinese board game. The game is played with two players or against an AI. Like in the board game players take turns to place white or black markers on intersections of the game grid. The goal is to gain a majority control of the board. Players can remove an opponents markers by completely surrounding them with their own.

Golf My Way

Golf My Way

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Golf Tips

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Great British Golf: Middle Ages - 1940

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Great British Golf: Middle Ages - 1940 is an encyclopedia about Golf in Britain from 1457 to 1940. It comes with two games: a trivia and an animated golf game. The encyclopedia part features 92 auditory and visual articles, the quiz features 500 multiple choice questions with added audio and visuals. All questions can be answered through carefully studying the encyclopedic part. The golf game lets you play at the Old Course in St Andrews using historical figures and equipment. 70 of the 92 digital articles and most of the menu structure was taken directly from the British Golf Museum...

A Great Day At The Races

A Great Day At The Races

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

A Great Day at the Races is an interactive tutorial for an aspiring gambler wanting to learn how to bet on horse races and learn advanced handicapping methods. It also features lessons on the history of horse racing and a dictionary where players can learn track jargon. It also features simulated races where players, six total, can try out their newly learned skills and try their hand at FMV races before trying it out on the real thing.

Haunted House

Haunted House

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1997

Hotel Mario

Hotel Mario

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Bowser has taken over the Mushroom Kingdom, -He's captured Princess Toadstool and is holding her in one of the seven hotels in the kingdom. Only you and Mario can free the Princess but you'll have to battle Koopas, Parabombs, Banzai Bill, Spiney, Monty, Pat the Bat and other nefarious nasties!

Inca

Inca

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

You are a space pilot who can travel through time. Now your mission is to land in South America at the time of the European invasion, and find the mysterious treasure of the great Inca civilization. Inca is a game that combines adventure and action, or to put it more correctly, it's an adventure games with many action elements (such as space combat).

Inca II

Inca II

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Inca II: Nations of Immortality is the sequel to Inca, the surreal space combat/adventure game with a fantasy take on Incan mythologies. You start the game as Atahualpa, El Dorado's spunky and arrogant kid, who after taking the family starship for a spin gets himself into trouble when checking out a strange asteroid that has emerged. Eventually you'll blow it as things take a turn for the worse, and you'll have to return to your role as El Dorado, and save your kid as well as stop your arch-enemy, Aguirre who somehow has plans for the use of this mysterious asteroid. Gameplay consists of...

International Tennis Open

International Tennis Open

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International Tennis Open is a sports video game developed by Infogrames Multimedia and published by Philips Interactive Media in 1992. It was released on PC, Philips CD-i, Macintosh, and DOS. It was a pack-in game for some CD-i models. The UK version of the game is available in French and English as it is a French game.

International Tennis Open

International Tennis Open

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

More of a simulation than an action game, with a multimedia showcase (the game's got thousands of mini-videos, voiceovers, etc.). You select one of 9 nations to represent and get to play singles against a variety of opponents (no doubles play) in either practice mode, quick match, or tournament. Practice is pretty self-explanatory, quick match allows you to select your opponent (among 4 fictional players) and the type of court (concrete, grass, clay). While on tournament mode you select a host city from around the world and start playing from the quarter-finals on. You view the action...

Invasion From The Planet Skyron

Invasion From The Planet Skyron

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Monty Python's Invasion from the Planet Skyron is an "interactive variety show" for the CD-i. You guide a group called the Lost Boys through nine levels in which you have to find out for yourself what to do. Each level consists of a screen in typical Monty Python art style. Clicking on elements may or may not instigate an event which could be either positive or negative. Behind the Lost Boys walks a sheep that keeps the score which goes up or down whenever you do something. Levels are broken up by sketches from the show. With enough points it is also possible to buy new sketches. There are...

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Philips CD-i - Released - 1994

Another version of the many Jeopardy! games released, this edition features full-motion video and the actual voice of Alex Trebek, but only shows him in the opening sequence and in the final round. The gameplay is like that of the TV show; two rounds of play with six categories with a final round at the end. To answer the question the player must buzz in and put in the answer by using letters on the side of the screen. However, different from the other games is that there is no computer opponent to play against and Final Jeopardy doesn't have the answering system like the previous rounds....

Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle

Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle is a collection of digital Jigsaw puzzles. The game allows you to choose a picture from its library and select the number of pieces (3,000 to 15,000) and shape of the pieces. The game has a simple aid function that shows the correct location for a piece with a simple button press. The game is accompanied with a soothing New Age soundtrack.

The Joker's Wild

The Joker's Wild

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

The Joker's Wild! is a trivia game based on the 70-80s game show of the same name. The game is hosted by Wink Martindale. In the game players answer multiple choice questions stated by the host. Categories for the questions are determined by a giant slot machine with three wheels. Each wheel features five categories and a joker. Each round a player pulls the lever and picks one of the resulting categories. The joker counts as a wild card. When an answer is correctly given to a question the player receives a certain amount of money. If the category is shown on the slot machine two or...

The Joker's Wild Jr

The Joker's Wild Jr

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

The Joker's Wild Jr. is a trivia game based on the 70-80s game show The Joker's Wild. The game is hosted by Marc Summers. Gameplay is the same as for the adult version The Joker's Wild. In the game players answer multiple choice questions stated by the host. Categories for the questions are determined by a giant slot machine with three wheels. Each wheel features five categories and a joker. Each round a player pulls the lever and picks one of the resulting categories. The joker counts as a wild card. When an answer is correctly given to a question the player receives a certain amount of...

The Joy of Sex

The Joy of Sex

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Karaoke Klassics: Family Favorites

Karaoke Klassics: Family Favorites

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Karaoke Voetbal

Karaoke Voetbal

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Voetbal is an encyclopedia about soccer and its statistics that includes two games. The encyclopedic part narrates the history of soccer, the 10 top players of all time (such as Maradonna, Pele and Cruyff) with many audio/visual references. The rules of the game are also explained in much detail. Alone or with friends you can test yourself on your soccer knowledge through a quiz about the rules. It is also possible to shoot penalties with Jean-Marie Pfaff as the goalie. The first player to score five goals is the winner.

Kether

Kether

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Kether is a mixture of genres that include space flight, puzzle-solving and corridor shooting. The story takes place in space above the planet of Kether. An evil force by the name of Khork has kidnapped a princess by the name of Eta Carene and a young warrior by the name of Melkhor along with his space cruiser the Anterte must travel to five different temples orbiting in space above the planet, explore them and face off against the ultimate evil and save the princess. When the player chooses which temple they want to explore, the game perspective takes on a space flight where the player...

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Venture into a fully-animated game world of wizards and specters, of bright steel and dark magic, of heroic deeds and base treacheries. You are Lathan, striving to restore an amulet of great power - now scattered throughout three kingdoms - and defeat the evil Torlock, whose reign of terror has vanquished your homeland. Collect items of power and magic, learn clues to determine friend from foe and strive to return Princess Grace Delight to the throne, as every move you make opens new vistas of awesome animation and the chance to conquer The Far Reaches!

Labyrinth Of Crete

Labyrinth Of Crete

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Labyrinth of Crete is a graphical puzzle game based on Greek mythology. Uniquely for the time of the game's release, you control two separate characters. Jason and Hercules are on their quest to recover the Golden Fleece from the heart of the terrible Labyrinth, converging three unrelated myths into one. The maze is split into three sections, each of which is vaguely mapped out on the back cover. Your success is by no means certain - tricks, traps and monsters abound. The game features hi-res graphics for some locations but is otherwise a text adventure.

Laser Lords

Laser Lords

Philips CD-i - Released - January 1, 1992

Fasten your star-belts, you're in for a bumpy ride! Aboard the LASER LORDS star cruiser, you will explore ARGOS, a vast military/industrial complex, WOO, the idyllic Taoist garden planet, and HIVE, with its famous anti-gravity chambers. ZENDO is your mentor. He will guide you to build strength and skills and amass weapons, documents and information. There are seven alien worlds in all - a mind-bogling galaxy of computer graphics, computer and clay animation, and digital sound. You'll need everything you can muster to vanquish the Star Lord SARPENDON and destroy the Voidal Implosion Engine!

The Last Bounty Hunter

The Last Bounty Hunter

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

As a Bounty Hunter, you will be equipped with a six-shooter and sometimes a shotgun. Careful, one of the gunfighters that protects the four outlaws is renowned fast draw world champion Wes Flowers. The pursuit of each outlaw will take you through different shootout scenarios and challenges. Plus, the order in which you stalk each outlaw will change the play action responses and difficulty level making for a different game each time you play!

Learn With Sooty - Start to Read

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1989

Lemmings

Lemmings

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

A unique mind-boggling game of multiple skill levels. Take command of the wackiest collection of misdirected rodents ever seen on your screen. Featuring fantastically animated graphics and simple yet addictive gameplay.

Lettergreep

Lettergreep

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

Lettergreep is a word puzzle game in which you have to make as many words as possible from given syllables. For each correct word the player gains a number of points, but he loses points when he constructs an incorrect word. More points are awarded for words using more syllables. Once the time limit is up the player can no longer make new words and his score is final. The game is in Dutch and thus only features Dutch words and syllables.

Lingo

Lingo

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Lingo is a digital version of the TV game show of the same name. Like in the game show it is the objective to guess five letter words. You are only given the first letter. You get several tries and with each try the letters are marked which are correctly placed and those who appear in the word but at a different location. Within words you get to blindly draw a ball from a pool. There are 17 numbered balls that correspond with a numbers on a bingo card. There's a ball with a question mark that let the players pick a number at will. When the players complete a row or column they receive bonus...

Link: The Faces of Evil

Link: The Faces of Evil

Philips CD-i - October 10, 1993

Ganon and his minions have seized the peaceful island of Koridai and imprisoned Zelda. It is written, "Only Link can defeat Ganon." To do so, he must conquer the hideous Faces of Evil...Each more diabolic than the one before. Against all odds, Zelda must be freed and Koridai returned to harmony. This fast-paced action adventure game features 70 playfields. From the friendliest to the meanest, 90 astonishing character will talk to you in full animation. Encounter the spear-throwing Molblins, rock-spitting Octoroks and much more.

Litil Divil

Litil Divil

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Litil Divil is a video game released by Gremlin Interactive in 1993. The player takes control of a little red devil called Mutt who is trying to escape from a dungeon. The dungeon consists of a maze maneveured through from an over-the-shoulder perspective and rooms where Mutt is facing various riddles. The character was created by a student from Cann Hall Primary School as part of a nationwide competition. The schoolboy, William Cummings, received the first copy of the finished product as a reward for winning the competition.

Lords of the Rising Sun

Lords of the Rising Sun

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Japan, 12th century. After your father has been murdered, you set out on a quest to become Shogun to restore the honor of your family. You'll have to defeat all your enemies - including your brother. Most of the time, you'll move your troops through the big map of Japan - as soon as something happens, you'll have to fight your enemies in action sequences, such as a Gauntlet-like fortress attack or defending against a Ninja assassin. If two troops collide, a battle might ensue in which you'll have to use all your strategical wits to guide your men to victory. In the CD-i version the...

Lost Eden

Lost Eden

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

On another Earth, in another time, where dinosaurs speak and the air is charged with magic, the old ways have broken down. Where once was harmony, now are slavery and war. You must learn what's forgotten and unite the creatures of our continents against a tyrannical tyrannosaur and his carnivorous army. One chance stands between Eden and extinction: You must learn the secrets of the citadels.

The Lost Ride

The Lost Ride

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1998

The Lost Ride is a rail shooter game where you are literally on rails. The player is put inside a futuristic roller coaster and has to shoot anything that might get in his way. The game comes with three different themes for its levels: Mine World, Aqua World and Future World. Each world has different seamless prerendered 3D backgrounds that feature as backdrops for the shooting action. At the end of each stage a Boss creature has to be killed, which will unlock a bonus ride. These random generated tracks are maze-like and require you to choose a direction at various points. They are presented...

Lucky Luke: The Video Game

Lucky Luke: The Video Game

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

The game is based on the famous comics series about the brave and quick good cowboy Lucky Luke, who draws his gun faster than his shadow does. After Dalton brothers have escaped from the jail and put their eyes on the gold mine of the town, you as always should chase and bring them to justice. Shooting the bad guys, jumping, and collecting the stars, you have to progress in 24 levels to the final goal. Animation and CD-audio are provided. The game was made in English/French/German/Dutch.

Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold

Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

A live-action adventure that challenges your shooting skills by confronting bandits, renegades, and Mad Dog's men. Select one of three different guides and experience a variety of trails in a quest to beat Mad Dog to the lost gold and return with it to the old mission where the longest interactive battle ever filmed awaits the more-skilled game player!

Mad Dog McCree

Mad Dog McCree

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

There's trouble in old Tuscon. Mad Dog McCree and his gang have kidnapped the town's Mayor and his daughter. To save the town, you will be challenged by a saloon full of outlaws, a hair-raising bank robbery, gunfighters, a slew of old West ambushes, and Mad Dog himself. Blaze your way into town and blast the desperadoes in a classic live-action shooting game!

Marco Polo

Marco Polo

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Marco Polo is a business simulation game. You act as Marco Polo, the young Venetian merchant, and travel in Asia. Your goal is to become rich in making business in native markets. You can also accomplish missions. These missions are illustrated by numerous pictures from Italian TV series. As a bonus, a historical database about Marco Polo and ancient China is included.

Master Labyrinth

Master Labyrinth

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Master Labyrinth is a digital version of the 1991 board game of the same name by Ravensburger. The digital version plays just like the board game. Players alternate turns in which they can shift rows or columns of the game board, which represents the layout of the maze. Scattered around the maze are various magical components that have to be collected by the players. Cards determine which components need to be collected. The player who collects most components wins the game.

Max Magic

Max Magic

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Learn magic from Max the Magician in Max Magic. In this title suitable for the whole family, renown magician Max Maven teaches 14 customizable magic tricks to the players. You can let Max perform his own show, or create a show together with Max, where the player secretly controls the actions with the CDi's remote controller to baffle the audience. Tricks include mind reading and guessing someones Zodiac sign. The player can setup Max to address him by his first name.

Mega-Maze

Mega-Maze

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Mega Maze is a video game approach to the real-life games where you would turn a platform of a maze with a metal ball to miss the holes and reach the middle with a few twists. You control a steel ball, being chased by enemies balls who can destroy you by blowing up when they touch you. You also have to avoid explosive traps, trap doors and electric sensors. You can even make dummy balls to attract the enemy balls or use them to set on a switch to keep weight on it, giving you time to get through a trap without being caught. It features 75 levels, each with either with one maze clear up to...

Mercer Mayer's Little Monster at School

Mercer Mayer's Little Monster at School

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Little Monster at School is an interactive story game, based on the book by Mercer Meyer. Little Monster explains how school is fun and things to do in school, along with trying to help a monster kid named Yally get along with school. On the pages after the first part of the story is read to the player. Objects in the background may be clicked to reveal hidden surprises. While playing, click on some of background objects and find a little furry mutant.

Merlin's Apprentice

Merlin's Apprentice

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Merlin's Apprentice is a puzzle game in which you have to become an apprentice to Merlin the Wizard -- but first you have to find him by solving many puzzles and trying to outsmart three clever demons. The game has cartoon-style graphics and funny sound & voices.

Micro Machines

Micro Machines

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Small cars and BIG racing action! Race nine turbo-charged vehicles over 36 of the most challenging circuits! Fast, furious and fantastically playable, Micro Machines is THE arcade racer!

Mind Quest

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam

Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

Civilization is in decay. Teams of bionic warriors rule the ravaged capitals of the world. But now a human challenge has been issued - YOU! Only you have the speed and skill to beat the mutants and triumph in MUTANT RAMPAGE! Face ten mutant teams in ten ravaged cities around the world. Expect to be taunted and teased by in-your-face foes in full-screen digital video animation.

Myst

Myst

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1996

Journey to an island world eerily tinged with mystery--where every rock, every scrap of paper, every fleeting sound holds a clue to an ancient mystery. Enter, if you dare, a starkly beautiful landscape shrouded in intrigue and injustice. Only your wits and imagination hold the power to unlock the shocking betrayal of ages past. During your virtual exploration, Myst challenges your wits, instincts, and powers of observation.

Mystic Midway: Phantom Express

Mystic Midway: Phantom Express

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Mystic Midway: Phantom Express is a gallery shooter and spin off from the game Mystic Midway: Rest in Pieces. In the game each level represents a period of your life, which is presented as a rollercoaster ride where you are assaulted by various objects from that period (baby toys, braces, etc.). The goal is to shoot as many of them as possible to get a high enough score to advance to the next level. During the rides there's also parts of conversations you can hear where people argue about you or blame you for problems. In between levels you are greeted by an unfriendly host that only tries to...

Mystic Midway: Rest in Pieces

Mystic Midway: Rest in Pieces

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

Mystic Midway: Rest In Pieces is basically a shooting gallery with a B-movies/TV horror theme - complete with a demonic host called Dr. Dearth, zombies, and other spooky things that glow in the dark. Like a typical shooting gallery game, your goal is to move a gun across the screen, shooting skulls, bugs, ghosts, and other creeps that pop up at random intervals. You'll have a limited amount of time and ammunition to do this. Every time you hit a target, you score points. Shooting a target usually results in an animation and sound effect. In some stages, gravestones move across the bottom of...

Name That Tune

Name That Tune

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Name That Tune is a musical pop quiz hosted by Bob Goen. It is an adaptation of the US TV show of the same name. In this game the player is quizzed on 160 different categories and will hear 600 different songs from the '50s to the '90s. The show features four different rounds with different gameplay.

NFL Football Trivia Challenge

NFL Football Trivia Challenge

Philips CD-i

NFL Football Trivia Challenge is a trivia game with an National Football League license. Either player can pick his favourite team to play with. TV commentators Pat Summerall and Tom Bookshier describe various situations in play accompanied by 1200 images and 300 Full Motion Video clips. 1500 multiple choice questions are waiting to be answered in the game. For each correct answer the player gains yardage in the game and increases his chances of scoring a point. The player with most points after 60 questions wins the game. There are three different difficulty levels to play at.

NFL Football Trivia Challenge ('94 - '95 Edition)

NFL Football Trivia Challenge ('94 - '95 Edition)

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

NFL Football Trivia Challenge '94-'95 Edition is a trivia game with an National Football League license. It is an updated version of NFL Football Trivia Challenge with new questions and footage. Gameplay is fairly identical to the previous game. Either player can pick his favourite team to play with. TV commentators Pat Summerall and Tom Bookshier describe various situations in play accompanied by 1,200 images and 300 Full Motion Video clips. 1,500 multiple choice questions are waiting to be answered in the game. For each correct answer the player gains yardage in the game and increases his...

NFL Hall of Fame Football

NFL Hall of Fame Football

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1994

NFL Hall of Fame Football takes the player on a virtual tour of the NFL Hall of Fame located in Canton, Ohio. They can explore the Hall of Fame and view photographs and stats of some of the most famous NFL teams off all-time up to the 1990 season. It also lists 145 of the greatest players of the day and provides a virtual tour guide complete with voice over. Players can also play an actual football game using every player, team and league mentioned in the Hall of Fame and have players and teams from different eras compete on the gridiron.

NFL Instant Replay

NFL Instant Replay

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

NFL Instant Replay doesn't have the player take control of either NFL players, owners or coaches, instead the player will get to play as the sometimes vilified NFL referee. The idea of Instant Replay is for the player to take on the role of the ref and make tough calls when they are shown an actual NFL clip and must determine what call to make such as touchdown, incomplete pass, etc. There are given four different choices and twenty seconds to make the correct call. If the player does well enough, they can then make it to the NFL playoffs and eventually referee the biggest game of the...

Othello

Othello

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1993

Haven't you always had a secret desire to challenge some of the greatest minds of all time? With this CD-i you can. Take on the likes of Albert Einstein or Leonardo da Vinci as they vie for the chance to play you at Othello!

P.A.W.S.: Personal Automated Wagging System

P.A.W.S.: Personal Automated Wagging System

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1998

P.A.W.S. - Personal Automated Wagging System is a comical dog simulator. The game includes various activities for players to partake in. In one you play as the dog who is searching for bones and a cat in the backyard of a house. You view the world from the dog's perspective, but can also get an overview on a map. The dog can perform various actions such as digging, looking down, eating and three kinds of barks. When the dog encounters the cat he'll automatically start chasing it. There's a lot of territory to explore and players can find typical backyard stuff like a pond and a gate. In...

Pac-Panic

Pac-Panic

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1995

Much more than the return of the ghost-chompin' legend, PAC-PANIC is a think-fast challenge and a puzzle game, too. As the blocks, you gotta think quick and move quicker, to line 'em up and make 'em vanish.

Paint School I

Paint School I

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

Paint School I is a title that allows children to paint on their CD-i. There are three different categories available: Cuddly animals, wild animals and water world. Each category has many different drawings to colour, but the player can also opt to create his own drawing from scratch. There's 32,000 colors to pick from. Each drawing can be turned into a sliding puzzle which has to be solved. The whole package is accompanied with an up-beat soundtrack.

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