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I'm not convinced that this list is exhaustive as I've managed to find a game missing from it so I've removed the word "all" from the introduction. Fraggle81 (talk) 01:44, 14 April 2009 (UTC)
I agree that it's not exhaustive, but it's completely arbitrary if we describe it as just a list of 108 games. Which games? Who decides? Better not to list a number at all and just say "all". That defines the scope of the list. All CD-i games are supposed to be listed. Not "all 108" or only "some 108". But this also brings up the question of what defines a game here. Some of the applications for CD-i, especially the children-targeted ones are barely games at all. They are interactive experiences but often only in the same sense that flipping through a children's book is interactive. There's not really any playing in the traditional video game sense. Anyway I'm not going to delve into that right now, but it's worth thinking about for the future. -Thibbs (talk) 18:37, 3 March 2013 (UTC)