CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) used to be a modern multimedia system mixing audio, video and programs on a CD, which could be played over a specific CD-i player. The device can still be found in commerce today, yet its popularity has obviously dropped. Bringing it back has never been easier. Cdiemu is the top rated emulator for CD-i and features pretty much anything you could do with CD-i, including its most popular games.
These days, you can use Cdiemu in two different versions. The free edition is time limited and works like a free trial. You can also get the premium edition, which involves a small fee for the developer. Currently, Cdiemu is only available over Windows. You can obviously emulate it over other operating systems, but the operation would be slower. The free edition works for not more than three minutes – it prevents the user from saving NVRAM information.