A CD-Rom (short for Compact Disc Read Only Memory) is a memory medium used for - among other things - distribution of video games. It is the predecessor format of DVD-Rom and BD-Rom, which have become predominant in recent years.
Technically, many discs containing games are not truly in a CD-Rom format (like the discs used by the original PlayStation) for copyright protection reasons and compatibility with CD players and CD-Rom drives is somewhat shaky: e.g. CDs in the PlayStation format can not be simply copied with a CD writer; this is also true for many PC games.
Systems using CD-Rom
The following reason for adding it to the list has been given: What About Nintendo?. Further reasons might be found on the "discussion page".
Tomb Raider Games on CD-Rom
- Tomb Raider
- Tomb Raider II
- Tomb Raider III
- Tomb Raider IV: The Last Revelation
- Tomb Raider Chronicles