The first fully functional emulator for Philips CD-i system has been released named simply as CD-i Emulator. From this official website you can demo a time limited release of the emulator bearing in mind you need the full original CD-i ROM (BIOS) in order for the emulator to function. Full support including player compatibility listings and details about how to obtain your CD-i players ROM is also provided.
The first fully functional emulator for Philips CD-i system has been released named simply as CD-i Emulator. From this official website you can demo a time limited release of the emulator bearing in mind you need the full original CD-i ROM (BIOS) in order for the emulator to function. Full support including player compatibility listings and details about how to obtain your CD-i players ROM is also provided. The full unlimited version of the emulator is available for purchase from the website at 25 Euros.
CD-i Emulator Teaserhttp://www.cditeaser.cdinteractive.co.uk
CD-i Emulator has been 5 years in the making and so deserves a special entrance into the CD-i community! The CD-i Emulater Teaser website served up screenshots and movies during the weeks up until the emulators official launch on September 2005. It's an amazing piece of programming that can only get better with further development. Check out the website for further details and be sure to discuss this outstanding news in the forum provided.
Established in June 2005 the CDinteractive network was created in response to the deteriorating CD-i resources available on the internet to the general public. The only aim of the network is to provide full hosting services to any CD-i related website furnishing any project with webspace, e-mail, integral community forums, domain name and the full support of our staff.
The CDinteractive forums serve a multitude of purposes, first it's a community based forum where you can discuss anything you wish from CD-i to where your planning your next vacation. If your experiencing technical difficulties with your player or software then draw on the vast knowledge base of the CD-i community and CDinteractive resources for help. These forums also act as the central core through all hosted sites from the community focused Black Moon Project to the technical marvel ICDIA.
The New International CD-i Associationhttp://www.icdia.co.uk
Originally founded by Jorg Kennis it now continues hosted under the CDinteractive network. Provides you with everything you could possibly want to know about the Philips CD-i system. Excellent easy to understand information on the systems hardware, articles and history with an amazing Frequently Asked Questions section that should provide all the answers to your CD-i related questions.
If Black Moon was a party then the Interactive Dreams blog is where the action is at! Full of fly on the wall commentary and critical debate and real insight, it's the alternative to any traditional article format. All the better for it with captivating scribings from the Nintendo License on CD-i to... well anything! A really contemporary place for journalism all about Philips CD-i.
Where the ICDIA focuses upon the technical side of CD-i, PhilipsCDi.com is skewed more towards the multimedia angle and shows great promise. At this early stage PhilipsCDi.com has a fantastic archive covering Games, Kids, Reference, Music, Movies and Other Genres from the Philips CD-i software library in itself this is becoming the number one reference list currently on-line with much more in the pipeline from this relatively new CD-i resource.
The home of the "CD-i Gamepad Adapter" that allows you to connect any PC analogue controller to your CD-i. A neat piece of hardware if your looking for a new CD-i controller or simply wish to use your favorite PC gamepad for CD-i gaming. Paul Hackmann (The Developer) is also open to business from any suggestions you have or would like to see produced/prototyped. Maybe you'd like to use your Wiimote with CD-i? Chances are that Paul knows how!
After years of speculation Frog Feast has finally been released. Developed by one Charles Doty of RasterSoft, this is the first new CD-i game in almost a decade! On the surface a simple game featuring two lily pads from which you launch frogs and trigger the amphibians tongue to catch as many flies as possible. This game can be single player but really deserves some two player action for optimal enjoyment!