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  1. I would buy both the CD and cart
  2. Sounds good. Thanks for the update CJ!
  3. Thank you for your response. I assume you are being asked this a lot: But can you give us any status? Like "its 7/8/90%" done or which issues need to be fixed or if there is any timeframe? This is one of the games that almost made me buy a SegaCD back then - and I opted for the Jag.
  4. Has there been any activity on Soul Star for the Jag lately? Or is it canned... for the next 2 decades?
  5. Well, me and my 8 year old son love to perform 2-player gaming on the Jag. In fact, that´s what we play most. Sensi Soccer, Joust, network Doom although the lockups are tedious. A good 2 player mode would be a major reason to buy a game. Just ordered Defender of the Crown by the way and Draconian for the 2600. I wonder if DotC can save games.... we will see.
  6. It seems as if this kind of games can be played more effectively by an experienced player. Then again, some things never change: my personal highscore in Pac-Man for instance is nailed at 59.650 for years. And I own a cabinet to play it as it was used to be played to rule out any hardware variations. I do not seem to make any progress. I guess hand-eye-brain-coordination work differently on different types of games. It can not only be age.
  7. Absolutely fabulous. Isn´t it interesting how the gameplay of these classics feels "slow" by today's standards? I already noticed this when playing Xenon II on the Jag. 30 years back this was acknowledged as "frantic action". Back in the day we were sitting in front of the monitor with friends getting red faces and sweaty hands from all the action on the screen and the sheer amount of enemies.
  8. Hi, I have also received the new pro-controllers yesterday. I have only tested them briefly but compared to my original pro-controller they feel and play exactly the same. Great work, really. What others experience happened to me with the original Jag-pads. After disassembling them it was always a bit of a trial-and-error game to get the dpad to work correctly again. All in all I am very happy with these controllers and can only pay the highest respect to those who picked up the gauntlet and went through all the steps. I guess finding a good manufacturer could have been the hardest challenge.
  9. Wouldn´t it be a good idea to enhance Breakout 2000 and add rotary support?
  10. For what its worth: Has anybody considered porting Great Courts 1 or 2 over to the Jag? There is no good Tennis games available on the Jag.
  11. Nice, very nice. Is Sky Shark 2-player?
  12. Ah, so it is Gaztee who I should talk to for a physical version?
  13. Hello everybody, as somebody who is following this thread for quite some time and who is playing Atari ST games since 1989 and Jaguar games since 1997 I am most happy about any conversion. And I agree to what was said above, that while subtle changes are OK, keeping ST games otherwise largely intact serves the purpose of preservation as well as transformation into a new century best. But... I am not really sure if I understand what we are waiting for. The games CJ is converting are available for this Jaguar flash device. But neither commercially nor freely on CD or something. Are there official releases planned? I would buy most of these, but I will not buy a flash device that I have to flash and reflash any time I want to play a game. Because in this case why wouldn´t I buy a ST and start swapping floppies again? Not to mention that I can attach my Jag pad to my Mac and play emulations of any ST games with the feel of a Jaguar. Maybe somebody can bring me up to the latest developments that I might have missed because I am mainly watching this thread only.
  14. Please also produce different colors. I would like mine transparent if possible.
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