3DO Interactive Multiplayer
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Discontinued in 1996, about two million 3DO consoles were sold.
The Panasonic FZ-1 3DO has a 32 bit ARM architecture CPU clocked at 12.5 megahertz.
- Crash 'n Burn - Launch title and pack in.
- Escape from Monster Manor
- Jurassic Park Interactive
- The Life Stage: Virtual House
- Twisted: The Game Show
- Doctor Hauzer
- Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Slayer
- Station Invasion
- Demolition Man
- Guardian War
- Iron Angel of the Apocalypse
- John Madden Football
- Kurokishi no Kamen
- Way of the Warrior
- Blade Force
- Foes of Ali
- Guardian War
- Iron Angel of the Apocalypse: The Return
- Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S
- Slam 'N Jam '95
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