A soccer title released exclusively on the CD-i.
Interactive cartoon crossover
The CDi version of Othello allows players to challenge Albert Einstein and Leonardo da Vinci for some reason.
A puzzle game developed by Funhouse Design that takes place within Greek mythology.
A inventory-based adventure game developed by Microids and published by Philipps Media France for PC and CD-i.
Counting fun with the Sesame Street gang.
A action adventure developed by Infogrames that takes place in medieval China.
A top-down shooter for the Philips CD-i, developed by Vision Games and released in 1993.
An unreleased game developed by Philips for the CD-i. The game was never finished, though a pre-alpha build did leak into the public.
A Tetris variant for the CD-i.
A miniature Golf game for the CD-i with the voice of Eugene Levy.
A CD-i game that is in no way related to the Disney movie of the same name.
Three classic Namco arcade games on one disc.
A Gambling game made for the infamous Philips CD-i.
The CD-i version of the popular game show Jeopardy!
A CD-i port of the classic board game.
A pinball game for the CD-i.
A shoot 'em up game for the CD-i. It was released in 1992.
A CDi game that turns your life into a bizarre shooting gallery
A CD-i version of the popular board game, Scrabble.
Laser Lords is an adventure game on the CD-i.
Mutant Rampage: Bodyslam for the CD-i is a 2D beat-em up.
A golfing game for the CD-i that uses photographic backdrops and actors.
The first and only game in the Pyramid Adventures series. The sequel never materialized.
Power Hitter is a FMV-based baseball game. It is an exclusive release for Phillips CD-I.
A CD-i Title that allowed you to make caricatures of celebrities and your own photos.
A sci-fi hodgepodge of puzzles, space flight and corridor shooting.
An obscure Sesame Street game for CDi.
The Crayon Factory is a children's game developed by Philips Media and released in 1995. Its primary focus is educating children about colors and the combinatio...
An adventure game, developed and published by Philips Media, which was released in 1994.
A live action western laser disc game by American Laser Games made in 1994 that was eventually re-released by Digital Leisure on the PC in 2004, on Nintendo's W...
Hosted by Bob Goen, Name That Tune is a CD-i game based on the classic game show of the same name.
Based on the Swedish game show
The Joker's Wild was a gameshow style game on the Philips CD-I. It was developed by Accent and released in 1994.
The Joker's Wild Jr. was a gameshow game on the Philips CD-I. It was developed by the company Accent and released in 1994
Adults Only rated
Create a boxer and work his way up the ladder in this FMV-heavy boxing game for the CD-i.
Lucky Luke: The video Game is a platformer for the CD-i.
Players control a devil who must find his way out of a dungeon.
Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon was a Philips CD-i game, notable for being one of the only Zelda games not published on a Nintendo platform, and for frequently being...
FMV-based game, originally released as a laserdisc light-gun shooter for arcades in 1991. It was ported to many home systems at the height of the FMV fad.
As the new deputy in town it's up to you to stop Mad Dog McCree and his band of outlaws. One of the first light gun games to come over to the PC.
Step into the shoes of a DEA agent tasked with eliminating an evil South African drug cartel in this light-gun shooting sequel to Crime Patrol.
Widely considered to be the CD-ROM's first "killer app", The 7th Guest was a technical marvel that changed the face of adventure gaming and set the stage for My...
In the first installment of the Dark Castle series, Prince Duncan must test his stamina and dexterity against the traps and henchmen of the Black Knight in orde...
A collection of video, music, and photos with interactive elements from Peter Gabriel. Released in 1993, it was one of the first music CD-ROM releases and becam...
Kingdom: The Far Reaches is based on the arcade game Thayer's Quest which was originally developed by the makers of Dragon's Lair. The young hero Lathan is task...
Crime Patrol is a lightgun game developed by American Laser Games. It is noted for it is Full Motion Video content and its cheesy acting.
Zelda's Adventure is the third and last of the CD-I Zelda games. It features a top-down perspective like in the original Legend of Zelda, instead of the side-sc...
Pac-Man enters the lucrative world of falling block puzzles.
A "Mature" CDI title.
Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold is the sequel to the light gun shooter Mad Dog McCree. The player must defeat bandits, Indians, and Mad Dog himself to claim the lost ...
An action adventure that combines history, metaphysics, science fiction, and other strangeness into a strange hybrid.
Take control of the "Rocket Scientist" in a quest to save the earth from time-traveling zombie dinosaurs in this educational adventure game.
A hand-drawn animated fantasy adventure, Shadoan is Rick Dyer's little-known followup to Thayer's Quest and Dragon's Lair.
An action/strategy game set in Feudal Japan, specifically around the Genpei War of the 12th century. It is Cinemaware's follow-up to Defender of the Crown.
An infamous sci-fi fighting game known for its expensive marketing campaign (failing to live up to such lofty expectations). Set in the far future 2043, players...
The first full sequel to the original Dragon's Lair.
On another Earth, in another time, where dinosaurs speak and the air is charged with magic, the old ways have broken down. One chance stands between Eden and ex...
Fight crime with Spence and Bru in this CD-i exclusive starring Terry "Hulk" Hogan.
The sport of tennis is brought to life in this multimedia-era release from Infogrames.
Hotel Mario is a rather obscure game that was created by Philips Media for the CD-i. Philips Media had acquired the rights to produce Mario and The Legend of Ze...
Set in Medieval England, Defender of the Crown revolves around a Risk-like gameplay. It also features action sequences such as sword-fighting raids, jousting ma...
A 16-bit remake of the game Frog Bog, which was originally released on the Atari 2600. The game has been released on a variety of platforms, but originated duri...
An obscure game developed by Animation Magic Inc. and published by Phillips, Link: The Faces of Evil is considered to be one of the all-time worst video games.
A graphical adventure game that takes place on a mysterious island. It was one of the first games published on CD-ROM and was notable for its extensive use of p...
A cyberpunk FMV adventure game from 1994.
Bring in foes dead or alive in this Western themed FMV light gun game from American Laser Games.
A top-down circuit style racing game based on the popular toy cars, featuring selectable characters and macro-sized courses based on areas of a suburban home.
Guide hordes of helpless green-haired rodents away from peril in this landmark puzzle game.
Escape From CyberCity is a FMV rail shooter using footage from the anime movie Adieu Galaxy Express 999.
It's 2142 and the player is Conrad B. Hart, an agent for the Galaxia Bureau of Investigation. He must recover his lost memories to save Earth before it's too la...
An animated interactive movie game similar in play style to Dragon's Lair. The main character is a young computer technician named Lance who gets called to a sp...
A Laserdisc-based animated reaction game. Space Ace must save his girlfriend, Kimberly from the evil alien, Borf in this follow up to Dragon's Lair.
Known as the granddaddy of the "Quick Time Event", Dragon's Lair is an interactive cartoon that lets players help guide the actions of brave knight Dirk the Dar...