Freddie Bingham wrote:

Some Fm Towns are 486 machines.

Cool, I had no idea.

We added FM Towns to MobyGames a few months ago -- Since FM Towns is just a 386 or 486 with a CDROM and enhanced graphics and sound, I just added "FM Towns" under graphics options for DOS games and "FM Towns" again as a sound option for DOS games. Any other differences I should know about?

Do FM Towns machines themselves crop up on ebay or are otherwise available? Emulators? I would love to document some of the FM Towns-specific versions for MobyGames...
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