The Sega CD, also known as the Mega-CD in some regions, was an add-on for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive console that was released in 1991. While the Sega CD was not as successful as some of Sega’s other consoles, it still had a number of popular and memorable games.
The exact number of games that were released for the Sega CD varies depending on the region, but it is estimated that there were approximately 200 games released worldwide. Some of the most notable games include Sonic CD, Lunar: The Silver Star, Snatcher, and Popful Mail.
It is worth noting that the Sega CD was not released in all regions, so the number of games available varies depending on where you are. For example, the Sega CD was not released in Brazil, and as a result, there were no Sega CD games released there.
Overall, while the Sega CD may not have had as many games as some other consoles, it still had a number of popular and memorable titles that are still fondly remembered by fans of classic video games.