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  1. A real labor of love is finally complete. An Atari drawing for everyday of the month of October 2016 (31 drawings), now in one beautifully printed collection, Inktober 2016 | Atari Propaganda. Atari Lynx, Atari ST, and Atari Jaguar are featured most of the time, but there are a few bonuses in there as well. Because I am not one for heavy marketing, I want to make sure that everyone who would like a copy of this collection can get it for a deal right up front. I also don't want to spend the next year packing and shipping books, I got more Atari art to make darn it! So here is a bit of encouragement to purchase sooner rather than later. If you purchase the Atari Propaganda collection before the end of the day January 27th, you can get the $20 book for $18 USD (%10 off). If that is still too much, sign up for my mailing list (link at the top of my website) and get an additional %15 off of a single copy making your purchase $15 + shipping. This includes a dated signature from the artist of course. Not interested in buying the whole collection? Not a problem, I also have all the larger (8.5x11") art prints of every drawing on sale as well for $7 a piece. Pick the ones you really want, without the hassle of flipping the pages of a book. Thank you for the support, and enjoy the Atari fan art goodness! Atari Propagand Book Product Page (purchase here): http://williamthorup.com/product/inktober-2016-book/ Individual Art Prints http://williamthorup.com/product-category/art-prints/inktober_2016/ Get your extra 15% off coupon here: https://goo.gl/t0y69l Digital gallery of all the artwork included in the book: http://williamthorup.com/inktober-2016/
  2. I've been picking up Jaguar stuff as I see them. Everything was bought locally (Central Canada). I'm slowly building a decent collection and I hope to get a lot more. I'm planning on setting up an area at a local retro gaming convention and I think a Jaguar theme would be neat. If pictures don't load, you can see them here : http://i58.tinypic.com/30aqnwg.jpg http://i62.tinypic.com/5keq9v.jpg
  3. Hello, I own a copy of World Tour Racing for the Atari Jaguar and I was wondering what is the going price for this game? I do see it is a Rare game for the Jaguar. A person has it on Ebay for $500.
  4. Hello, I just expanded my console collection. I am looking for some reasonable loose games. Perhaps your doubles, or the ugly one with torn labels. I now have SNES,NES, and their import counterparts. I also have a Genesis, and a Jaguar (90% working needs a REG1). I would like to spend no more than $50, lots are welcome. Thank you for reading.
  5. Hello! Long time lurker first time poster! I've always had an infatuation with the early Atari consoles because they were my dads video game systems of choice growing up -- so many fond memories of me playing Dig Dug as a child. However recently I've turned my interest to the Atari Jaguar system that I remember seeing commercials for growing up. Finding an actual Jaguar system locally was no problem -- some of the games are pricey or expensive but I've made it up to 13 cartridges with a few more on the way in the mail. I have also found there is an amazing Homebrew community that I'd love to start collecting for and participating in HOWEVER most of these require a Jaguar CD system. All the common avenues (best electronics, myatari) have dried up with units and ebay is riddled with "sealed" or bundled CD units for $500-1000. I don't need anything fancy, I just need a functional system and any games would be a bonus. Figure this would be the place to ask and even if you don't have a spare system yourselves maybe you know somewhere else to look for one. I also need plenty of Atari Jaguar games (preferably loose to save money) if anyone can help there either. PLEASE HELP, ATARIAGE!!! Thanks -Dan
  6. http://www.jeuxvideo.com/videos/chroniques/431783/l-histoire-du-jeu-video-la-jaguar-console-rugissante.htm
  7. I started seeing information on the web about modifying the Jaguar with AV outputs. Why would anyone do that if the Jaguar already outputs composite video? I plan on getting an AV cable and plugging into the back. Isn't that preferred over hacking the console?
  8. We cordially invite you to the 12th edition of the largest event for fans of ATARI consoles and computers in the world! This time we are celebrating our 20th anniversary... "Silly Venture"! Join us! Last year we broke the record in terms of the number of participants and works submitted for competitions! Just face the facts: All of that at an ATARI-only party! Without your participation this would not be possible - many thanks! The legend continues. Just has to. Long live the Atari demoscene! My Dears, due to the 20th anniversary of Silly Venture, we wanted to give you more than one T-shirt colour to choose from - especially since the logo designed by mOOnie looks simply amazing on all of them! (not forgetting the neat ATARI logo on the sleeve) We will probably choose the 3 or 4 that get the most votes, however we ask that people who decide to buy them take part in the survey. T-shirts will go to print next week - you will be able to order them pretty soon! (also with home delivery). Oh, and the most important thing - t-shirts will be even better quality than in previous years. The survey can be found at the official SV2020 profile on FACEBOOK: CLICK ME NOW! PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO VISIT OUR SV2020 WEB-SITE FOR MORE INFO! WWW.SILLYVENTURE.EU
  9. Hello, I've had a look around on the internet but can't seem to find anywhere that stocks replacement Jaguar controller rubbers, specifically the D-pad. Are they available or is there a substitute? I received a second controller and after cleaning, and fixing the lead, the pad requires a solid press in one direction to move. Pad rubber is at fault, verified by turning rubber 90 degrees and testing then turning again and testing. Also after supplier of known good AU, or international, aftermarket Jaguar plugpack as most online advertised plugpacks never make rated amperage. I'm currently using the original UK plugpack with an adapter and will buy a rated Meanwell adapter and change the plug as needed but would like to find out what everyone is using. Repaired lead. Hot glue gun to fill in the missing sheath. Lead then depinned and sleeved with 10mm heatshrink.
  10. Hi. I recently bought an Atari Jaguar of eBay. It is PAL. It seems to power on and shows a green light. But when I hook it up to the TV, I see a distorted image (what you see when you don’t insert an Atari 2600 cartridge properly) I’ve been told by someone that the console is working as it should and the image I see is caused by the PAL system being used in an NTSC country. What do you think? By the way, I am using the AV signal. Is there something I need to buy to get it working? Thank you!
  11. Hello again, I was here for a little while, got a couple of amazing systems thanks to some wonderful members here, and then disappeared into life (sinus insanity for 10 months now). But I'm back (not that you noticed me missing) and still haven't gotten some of the systems I'm after. I have had awful sinuses for the past year and haven't been able to go find them 'in the wild', and have had great luck here, so thought I'd try again. I'm looking for an Atari 5200 and 7800, Jaguar, Intellivision and, believe it or not, a CD-I. I have fond memories of the CD-I because of when and how I got it, it'd be a shelf sitter that gave me a gooey feeling inside. I'd prefer to deal with folks I can talk to on here than ebay, as I said last time. I'm not necessarily trying to find mint stuff, just in good shape and functional. If I want to pay too much, I've no doubt that I can go to a game store or ebay for that, please try to be fair (and I understand fair goes both ways). I'm open to other neat systems too if you happen to be looking to unload any. Thanks!
  12. I've been working through my closet, selling off my old video game stuff that I don't look at or hook up to play anymore for the last several weeks on ebay and I'm coming up to my Jaguar collection, which is perhaps the jewel of my gaming collection. Jaguar didn't have a very large catalog, so 15 years ago I was quite serious about trying to collect every single game, and got quite close. There's a few rarities I know I'm missing (Air Cars comes to mind) but I have a copy of almost every game and some of the earlier demos, including really special ones like the BattleSpheres, Protectors, and Scatboxes. I know about how much money it took about 15 years ago and so fully expect to make my money back. What I'm not sure is how much. I would greatly prefer to sell this all as one set, because its easier to sell one big lot than piecemeal and because I'll feel like my effort to collect all of it will be retained by the next owner. (Great opportunity to go from zero to hero in one purchase!) Although if no one makes a serious offer (i.e., exceeding my original investment) I will instead consider breaking it up and selling the rares to those that want them with the rest going to ebay. Note that none of this has been tested in 14 or 15 years, but I intend to test everything over the next week or so. Send me a private message if you're interested in making an offer. I'd very much like to give a serious collector first shot at these because I suspect one of you reading this would appreciate it more than the average ebay bidder. Even if you're not interested but have an idea about how much someone should pay for all of this, I would appreciate that, too. Should no one step up here I'll sell it on ebay and would appreciate some insight into current value. I realize I don't have any history here but to prove this is a legit sale see the picture below or checkout my ongoing ebay game sales. I hope these are enough to prove I'm not a fake. I am based in USA. I can ship internationally. Be aware that a set this large (3 full sized boxes) is going to be quite large and heavy. PayPal is an accepted form of payment for me, but given the large value of this set I would happily take a check or postal money order. I also have a Jaguar and Jaguar CD in boxes that aren't pictured. I figured those were regular fare and might just go to ebay where the common fish can fight over them. FIRST COLUMN: Alien vs Predator Atari Karts Attack of the Mutant Penguins Breakout 2000 Brutal Sports Football Bubsy - In: Fractured Furry Tales Cannon Fodder Checkered Flag Club Drive CyberMorph (1994) Defender 2000 DOOM Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls SECOND COLUMN: Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Evolution: Dino Dudes Fever Pitch Soccer Fight for Life Flashback: The Quest for Identity Flip Out! Hover Strike Hyper Force International Sensible Soccer Iron Soldier Iron Soldier 2 Iron Soldier 2 (CD) (Black version) Iron Soldier 2 (CD) (Yellow version) I-War THIRD COLUMN: Kasumi Ninja Missile Command 3D NBA Jam T.E. Pinball Fantasies Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Power Drive Rally Raiden Rayman Ruiner Pinball Skyhammer Soccer Kid (this box is not so good) Super Burnout Supercross 3D Syndicate FOURTH COLUMN: Tempest 2000 Theme Park Towers II: Plight of the Stargazer Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy Troy Aikman NFL Football Ultra Vortek Val d'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding White Men Can't Jump Wolfenstein 3d World Tour Racing Worms Zero 5 Zool 2 Zoop FIFTH COLUMN: ProController 2 Standard Controllers Baldies BattleMorph BrainDead 13 Dragon's Lair Highlander: Last of the MacLeods Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands Myst Primal Rage Space Ace SIXTH COLUMN: JagLink Team Tap Memory Track BattleSphere BattleSphere Gold with Demo CD Protector Protector: SE with Native Demo CD ScatBox Classic ScatBox Deluxe TOP ROW: CyberMorph (1993, loose, with overlay) Barkley Shut Up and Jam! (loose) Bypass Cartridge (loose) Soul Star Demo CD Native Demo CD (loose; originally came with the bypass cartridge I think) Atari Big Disk CD
  13. I also have Atari Karts and Zero 5 new in the box on their way here from the UK. They can join my copy of Another World in all their rareness. Question, has Mutant Penguins becoe rare/hard to find? Mine was way too expensive.
  14. Hello all, I just posted some Ebay auctions - one for a Jaguar Alien vs. Predator boxed. It comes with everything except the marine overlay. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923686145 I also have a couple of nice C64 disk drives for auction. One is a Commodore brand 1541-II, the other is a Blue Chip drive. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923929693 eBay Auction -- Item Number: 120923710115 There's no reserve - bidding starts at $0.01. Thanks for looking!
  15. sh3-rg

    AC 2013

    The meeting that used to be known as Jaguar Connexion, AC, was held in Congis, France last weekend. The event was great as usual and it's always fun to meet up in person with friends you maybe only get to see once every few years (hi GGN!). Reboot, U-235, CVSD, SCPCD Corp, Groovybee and many others were there tinkering away with their vintage hardware and one or two more modern devices Here's a video I took of the various machines, games and presentations from the event... ...and also a 2Mb Jaguar slideshow ROM of 640x480 photos (some mine, some borrowed form the links in the thread on Yaro): Was also nice to personally place the Jagware Collection copies in the hands of some of the other contributors to the project. \o/ The theme for the speed coding competition was to make a retro/8-bit Baroudeur style game with multiple screens, collects, against the clock and with multiple endings and simple static screen gameplay. Linkovitch made a nice start on a game "Gaztee's Quest For The Golden Cucumber", Matmook's offering was an interesting and graphically pleasing platform adventure, CJ even produced a quick game while sat on the other side of the planet almost 12 hours out of sync with the rest of us, the first level having a cool scrolling dungeon that was only visible around the player (using a rmw object for lighting) - I think thi scould well form the basis for a decent little Jaguar game with a little thought and care. GGN and Ukko worked on a great little game for the Falcon that had the dungeon revealing as the player discovered more of the map, it also had an interesting Typing Of The Dead inspired monster chase level! Away from the stuff going on around me, other platforms such as the Intellivision (Groovybee), Wonder Swan Colour, Lynx (great stuff from Fadest!), Game Boy Advance and Colecovision saw entries. The results of the competition seemed a little surprising to some, including myself, but the point of the compo is never to "win" but to spend 24 hours or so arsing around making rubbish games you'll never finish Personally, for future AC events I'm definitely going to take a step away from the compo stuff and try to explore the event more, chat to my friends there a lot more, play more of the old machines and eat more pizza/baguettes/croissants 'cause I can stay at home and stick my head in my laptop producing utter garbage for a day without all the travelling either side EDIT: D'oh! Forgot to mention, I demoed a few new Reboot games such as Full Circle: Rocketeer (late Beta version), a couple of complete mini games that will round out some re-release projects later in the year, some less complete mini games and also a few proof of concept type builds of various things we're worked on over the years. Lots of useful feedback there from those who saw and played. EDIT 2: Also worth mentioning, two Jagwares had their birthdays around the time of AC and received some nice gifts - see if you can spot who in the slideshow ROM...
  16. Hello, I'm looking to expand my system collection, and would love to add an Atari 5200, Jaguar, Turborgrafx, and Colecovision! A 2600 Vader and 2600 Jr. would be nice too. I would prefer that they come complete with the power supply, RF cable, and at least 1 controller. However, if all you have is the system, I might still be interested if the price is right! Please let me know if you have any of these available. Thanks!!!
  17. Hello, upon the advice of a friend I decided to ask here to see if you guys could please help me with a problem I'm having. I have an Atari Jaguar and a few games all of which seem to run correctly. I decided to play I-WAR yesterday, and instead of hearing the awesome techno MOD music that plays at the logo screen I was greeted with silence. At first I thought I might have hit a number key by mistake so I pressed all of those, still nothing. So I took out the cartridge and cleaned the contacts with a Kleenex and blew out the Jaguar's cart port with an air duster. Still no music. All of the sound effects play correctly, just the music is missing, every song. The cartridge never has any loading problems like the red screen of death or anything. This happens every time I put the game in and has NEVER happened before until yesterday (it used to play music just fine, loved it's soundtrack! :3 ) All my other games (Tempest 2000, Wolf 3D, Aliens Vs Predator, Kasumi Ninja, Iron Soldier, Doom) play correctly with music, so it's just this game. Any ideas? I'm COMPLETELY baffled. Thanks for reading this, I really appreciate it. :3 oh I should probably specify it'ts a US Jaguar and I-War cart, and it's running through RF (not that third party s-video cable...)
  18. Hi all, I bought this s-video cable for my Atari Jaguar and did a fairly quick test with Doom on one of my TV's. What am I supposed to expect? I had to change the contrast on my TV since I could barely see anything on Doom. Then it was fine and it did look better. How dark is Doom supposed to be? The red was bleeding off a little bit. Is there a better s-video cable than this or is this the best one? http://www.ebay.com/itm/171281346550?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 cheers, Yan
  19. So I just received my shiny new Jag CD (first one I’ve ever owned!) and I’m pretty stoked about it (mostly for collector’s sake). I already know which official games I plan on picking up but I’m also curious which are the best homebrew/posthumous releases for the CD. I’ve enjoyed some of the Jaguar HB games, now it’s time to look at the CD games. Thanks for any suggestions!
  20. Hello everyone! First of all let me introduce a new, small company, called "Retro Venture". Our main goals are new accessories & new games for the whole range of Atari computers and consoles - made with love by the community for the community! Here is our first video spot: We bring back the good memories of the 80s & 90s! We are pleased to present you our first official product! This is the anti-dust cover designed for the Atari Jaguar console. Not only is it very aesthetic (looks like glass) it is also resistant to cracks, fractures and UV radiation. The Jaguar has never looked so beautiful! The biggest problem associated with the external port for the cartridge goes down in history. The cover also has port cutouts for JoyPads, as well as I/O on the back of the console. Thanks to this, there is no need for disconnecting the console, and the Jaguar itself looks EXTREMELY attractive! In addition, we took care with the design of the box that protects the lid from eventual damage, it is simply impossible. For this reason, the box can also serve as an additional Jaguar packaging (the console fits easily together with the cover - of course without the power supply). There's also a small surprise inside the box with every order! LONG LIVE THE JAGUAR! Price: 35 euro We would like to inform everyone interested that shipping abroad is 14 euros. Please add this amount to the price of the product you want. Make a transfer to the following PayPal account: [email protected] If possible please use the friends and family payment method (it'll save paying commission, that's friendly request, not mandatory). Please send your home address information and the item(s) you are purchasing as a message in the same PayPal transaction. Thanks for your interest. Discounts are available on bulk or multiple orders, email for a price. OFFICIAL RETRO VENTURE PROFILE - CLICK ME !
  21. I was thinking about various arcade/ports/systems of the Era the other day and was wondering what Jaguar games everyone thought could have made money in an arcade back then. To my knowledge actual arcade ports on the jag are: -Primal Rage -NBA Jam TE -Raiden What else do you think would have been suited from the Jags library for the arcade? I'd say off the top of my head: -All the TK games -Ultra Vortek -Power Drive Rally -Super Burnout -Val D'Isere
  22. Hey there, I recently acquired a CIB Midnight Resistance for the Atari Jaquar that appears to be a fan-made port of the game. I was wondering if anyone here has some additional information on it? I was unable to find any mention of it, other than at the following link: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/246639-atari-st-games-ported-to-the-jaguar/page-15 Thank you very much for taking the time to read this, any help is much appreciated.
  23. Dear all, please check out a recent, truthful and insightful interview with Atari Jaguar legend B.J. West: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/bj-west/ I have also recorded a special Atari Jaguar CD podcast for Arcade Attack where I discuss the ill-fated peripheral, why it failed and whether Black Ice/White Noise could have helped save the Jaguar and even Atari! Please give it a listen if you get a chance: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/podcast-july-2-2017/ Kind Regards @Arcade_Adriano
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