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A selection of screenshots from surviving Colour Genie games

Using an emulator like Genieous is all that most Colour Genie fans will ever need to be able to enjoy Colour Genie games. However, if you've ever wondered how you actually create the .cas files that you load into it, then this section should be of interest to you.

The items on this site come from a variety of sources. Most of the German Colour Genie games have been around on the Internet since about 1999. However, most of the English Colour Genie games were tracked down by Everygamegoing, and then converted to .cas files using "The Colour Genie Conversion Tools".

These tools are also included on the DVD for all those who may have some Colour Genie software that they would like to see if they can convert to .cas files.