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43 Which machines stand a chance of running CD32 games?




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This article is from the Amiga CD32 FAQ, by Stuart Tomlinson with numerous contributions by others.

43 Which machines stand a chance of running CD32 games?

A: You may get away with running shovelware stuff if you have an OCS or ECS Amiga, but many CD32 games expect at least an '020, 2 meg of chip RAM, and an AGA chipset - an A1200 or A4000.

The A1200 might be more compatible than the A4000 - some programs may fall over because of the differences in memory and CPUs.

 

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