>> Sunday, August 26, 2007
CD-i is one of the smallest parts in the big world of classic video systems, and we should be very thankful to both Oldergames and GamGator2000 to keep CD-i alive every year at the Classic Gaming Expo 2007 in Las Vegas. The Black Moon Project wasn't there but we still got a few pictures of the CD-i booth to show you the buzz of the Frog Feast auction, all the numbered copies which were there etc and the other CD-i stuff that was for sale and exposition.
Oldergames doen't only support CD-i, but they had a lot of other titles for other systems. Interesting is the pile of Frog Feast CD's lying on the right side of the table. Your copy was here too!
The booth of Gamgator2000, showing us the 490 player which caused all the buzz of the compatibility issues of Frog Feast CD-i on 490 CD-i players. In the end, it all works nevertheless, at least on my 490 player! The 350 portable CD-i player is actually on auction now at ebay!
So, this is a picture of the table with all the stuff being auctioned at the CGE2k7. Here you see Frog Feast CD-i number one, which was won by Gamgator himself.
The lady holding Frog Feast, showing it to the public. This is the very first time Frog Feast CD-i was offered to the public!
An overview of the hall. Where are Oldergames and Gamgator located?
Another shot of the Gamgator2000 booth, exposing the rare Zelda's Adventure to the public.
Look at all our Frog Feast copies on the right! Around 20 copies were sold at the CGE2k7, the rest was for the CD-i community who weren't there!
Have a close look and you'll see Gamgator's avatar (used at the CD-i Forum): a very cool license plate with the letters "CDI'ER".
Gamgator showing us "The Apprentice".
Thanks to Digital Press Forums