The CD-i is a system for presenting information such as text, images, and video, on a TV screen. The standard was defined by Philips and Sony and is described in the Green Book. It was designed to play games, educational software, and movies. It was never a great success though Philips supported it for many years with a respectable amount, but no breakthrough titles.
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