Literally. Even if you own one, it’s buried inside your CD-I’s guts, so you really don’t see these much.
After buying the wrong adapter twice (there are two kinds; I managed to buy the smaller one twice), I finally have video capabilities for my CD-I. A $50 score from a former game store owner – and worth every cent.*
*not really, because it’s the CD-I
Who’s excited to bring in the new year with me by playing Sargon Chess and Laser Lords on CD-i? Hello? Anyone? Why did you all leave? This was a great $40 find, and none of you appreciate the awesome evident here.
$22 for this haul is a damned good price from an always helpful local game store, and when I get the urge to play CD-I stuff (which is never), I can use something better than the awful wireless remote.
A rare CD-i find in the wild for $2. Rarer still to find a CD-i game at a flea market in Fremont, Ohio.
A double store find between a local shop and Destiny Games in Michigan. With movie trade-ins and a leftover gift card, this entire haul only ran me $24.50. Ridge Racer Unbounded had eluded me for some time. It must be somewhat uncommon. And, any day with a CD-i score is a good day.
From a lower Michigan Goodwill comes this small fleet of racing titles, all complete and in excellent shape, for a total of $14.
And yes, that is a CDi game in the lower left corner there, the first one I believe to be featured on this blog. Apparently Reed lost interest Sandy’s Circus Adventure when he got older. What a monster Reed must be.