Amiga CD32

The Amiga CD32, released in 1993, was a gaming console developed by Commodore. It was the first 32-bit CD-based console and sought to bring the popular Amiga computer experience to the living room. The Amiga CD32 featured a robust library of games, including "Alien Breed 3D," "Microcosm," and "Simon the Sorcerer." It also supported FMV (Full Motion Video) games, which were a novelty at the time. However, the CD32 faced several challenges, including limited marketing and distribution, as well as legal disputes that hindered its availability. Despite its short lifespan, the Amiga CD32 remains a beloved console among retro gaming enthusiasts for its unique blend of Amiga computing power and console gaming experience.