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Video Modes Supported : CGA Composite (16 colors)

The original IBM Color Graphics Adapter was capable of displaying 160x200 in 16 colors using "composite color mode", which was set by enabling the "color burst" bit while in 640x200 mode. On true CGA cards with a composite video output (which includes Tandy 1000s and PCjrs), this video mode will display 160x200 graphics in 16 colors out to a regular television set or VCR. On a normal VGA card, however, it will wrongly appear as a regular 640x200 black-and-white display.

CGA Composite (16 colors) is part of the Video Modes Supported category.

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Game Titlesorted in descending orderYearPublisher
Moraff's Monster Bridge1992Moraffware
Fantastic Fossils1991
Roadwar (Bonus Edition)1990WizardWorks Software
The Bard's Tale Trilogy1989Electronic Arts, Inc.
Blue Angels: Formation Flight Simulation1989Accolade, Inc.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v4.0)1989Microsoft Corporation
ZorkQuest: The Crystal of Doom1989Infocom, Inc.
Manhunter 2: San Francisco1989Sierra On-Line, Inc.
HeadStart Fun Pac1989Software Toolworks, Inc., The
Indianapolis 500: The Simulation1989Electronic Arts, Inc.
MicroLeague Baseball II1989MicroLeague Multimedia, Inc., Micro League Sports Association
Night Mission Pinball (v3.0)1988subLOGIC
Gamma Force in Pit of a Thousand Screams1988Infocom, Inc.
ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle1988Infocom, Inc.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v3.0)1988Microsoft Corporation
Gold Rush!1988Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Battle Chess1988Data East USA, Inc., Dice Multi Media Europe B.V., Electronic Arts, Inc., Electronic Arts Ltd., Electronic Arts Victor, Fujitsu Interactive, GameTap LLC, Interplay Productions, Inc., Krisalis Software Ltd., Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd
Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen1988Infocom, Inc.
Manhunter: New York1988Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Pearl Harbour1988
Wasteland1988Electronic Arts, Inc., inXile Entertainment, Inc.
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella1988Kixx, Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Neuromancer1988Electronic Arts, Inc., Electronic Arts Ltd., Interplay Productions, Inc.
The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate1988Electronic Arts, Inc., Pony Canyon, Inc.
Think Quick!1987The Learning Company, Inc., The Learning Co.
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