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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 TitleYearsorted in ascending orderPublisher
Blue Angels: Formation Flight Simulation1989Accolade, Inc.
Mean 181986Accolade, Inc., Atari Corporation
The Tracer Sanction1984Activision, Inc.
Tass Times in Tonetown1986Activision, Inc., Activision, Inc.
Championship Baseball1986Activision, Inc., Activision Publishing, Inc., Activision, Inc.
Mindshadow1984Activision, Inc., Activision, Inc.
Spider-Man1984Adventuresoft UK Ltd., Adventure International (UK), Americana Software Limited, Load'N'Go Software
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension1984Adventure International, Adventure International (UK)
The Fourth Protocol1985Ariolasoft UK, Century Communications, Hutchinson Computer Publishing
The Seven Cities of Gold1984Ariolasoft UK, Electronic Arts, Inc.
Stuart Smith's Adventure Construction Set1985Ariolasoft UK, Electronic Arts, Inc.
James Clavell's Shogun1986Virgin Games, Ltd., Mastertronic, Inc.
Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?1986Brøderbund Software, Inc.
Archon: The Light and the Dark1983Activision, Inc., Ariolasoft UK, Atari Corporation, Bullet-Proof Software, Inc., Electronic Arts, Inc., Elite Systems Ltd., EmperoR Studios
Pitstop II1984CBS Electronics, Commodore Gaming, Elite Systems Ltd., Epyx, Inc., U.S. Gold Ltd.
Jumpman1983Commodore Gaming, Epyx, Inc., IBM
Oil's Well1983Aackosoft International B.V., Comptiq, Sierra On-Line, Inc.
BurgerTime1982Bally Midway Manufacturing Co., Inc., Coleco Industries, Inc., Data East Corporation, Data East USA, Inc., Dempa Shimbunsha, G-mode Co., Ltd., Interceptor Micro's, Mattel Electronics, Namco Limited, Texas Instruments Incorporated
Bruce Lee1984Comptiq, Datasoft, Inc., Elite Systems Ltd., U.S. Gold Ltd.
The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate1988Electronic Arts, Inc., Pony Canyon, Inc.
Tales of the Unknown: Volume I - The Bard's Tale1985Electronic Arts, Inc., FCI, Pony Canyon, Inc.
The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight1986Electronic Arts, Inc., Pony Canyon, Inc.
Starflight1986Electronic Arts, Inc.
Indianapolis 500: The Simulation1989Electronic Arts, Inc.
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator1987Dro Soft, Electronic Arts, Inc.
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