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  1. *** Post edited with ordering details *** (please view in HD for less lossy image and higher overall video quality) downfall+ is a single player arcade-action gravity/platform survive-em-up. Use the left and right buttons on the d-pad to guide Barry from platform to platform, avoiding the open depths below and the dreaded scanline zero above as you journey deeper into the unknown. Collect candied fruits and sushi treats for bonus score. Backdrop colour changes denote level increase, more devious platform layouts and larger rewards for collectables gained. Three power-ups can be found to aid your quest: Jet Pack, Balloons and Jump Shoes. Use B to activate. When you hear "bankowanego" your power-up is about to expire - be prepared! Rotary controls, Pro Controller shoulder buttons and Heiko mode are also available to those who dare. The cartridge supports BJL file loading (BJL cable required) and Jagtopia CD bypass via button presses at boot for quick and simple access to these extras. For info on how the release will get under way, either read through or skip to the bottom of this post. There are no lists and no pre-payments or pre-orders, just wait a little while and we'll offer all the info you need in this post, cheers. Some background to the release: downfall was originally a quickly created game we made in under two weeks as a last minute AC2011 party release, we supplied it in a number of formats so as many people as possible could get to play and we also released the source code. Later that year, GGN ported the game to the Atari Falcon030 computer. This port took advantage of the Falcon's extra memory (4-14MB vs jaguar's 2MB) and hard disk space to allow for massively enhanced background visuals. The gameplay remained largely unaltered, but the port allowed for optional Power Pad rotary control (somewhat experimental). CJ approved of the enhancements and vowed to one day remix downfall with prettier, more Falcon-like visuals. As downfall became the game most people requested in cartridge form and kick-started a glut of similar games on other platforms we kept that idea on the back burner until recently. It was clear people loved this simple little game! So what we ended up with was downfall+. Gone are the 5 rather 'wooden' parallax layers of the original and instead we have something with an equivalent of 128 independent scroll depths, making use of the tool GGN created for designing the Falcon's level backdrops, giving a very smoothly textured backdrop appearance. Further to this, the results were post-processed to give a real-time lighting effect and further depth/highlighting of the rock face (this is more apparent when playing on a large screen rather than viewing the video or gif above). The sprites were reworked into something more in-keeping with the new game branded as a SuperFly DX prequel. The Sinister Developments sound routines have been left by the wayside and now the game benefits from the use of U-235's remarkable Sound Engine, and with it the added bonus of rotary controls as per the Falcon game. Support for the Pro Controller's shoulder buttons is also present if you prefer exercising your index fingers to a left-thumb work out. The music from the original is still present in-game, but the title screen, along with its new rather psychedelic look, has a great track from 5o5 - parts of which you can hear in the trailer. RaptoR also pops its toe in there to help with some minor enhancements. downfall+ is a 4MB ROM supplied on Jagtopus cart. It supports high score saves and also webcodes for the Reboot website. While our QR code generation for high score entry via smartphone is ready (it was initially planned for inclusion in SFDX!) we simply ran out of space to include it in this release due to the asset requirements of the game, but it will be implemented in future games. downfall+ is only made possible for us due to the 4MB cart size of Jagtopus. "Heiko mode" from the Falcon game is implemented as an option for downfall+. This game mode does not alter gameplay whatsoever and is just a graphical variation inspired by CD-i's amazing and legendary Jaguar downfall video. The game will not be released as-is in digital form. If people really, really wish to have a digital copy for their skunkboards as opposed to a physical cart or the freely-available-for-personal-use original downfall, then our best advice would be to pester RGCD as they already have a system in place for this with C-64 and adding Jaguar binary sales should be trivial. For us though, that's not something we wish to pursue. downfall+ story - edited highlights: more or less strange than the original story? You decide! downfall+ is the prequel to SuperFly DX and tells the story of Young Barry. In the days before he became a super-star everyman super-hero, before he met and fell in love with Kylie, before he learned to equip rocket boots and to fly space ships, all Barry wanted to do with his life was eat candied fruit and occasional sushi delicacies. If he could engage in these activities while dabbling in a spot of spelunking, even better. Barry lived for candied fruit. Oranges, Grapes, Water Melon - he adored it all. If it was sugar-encrusted and came from a tree he was all over it. Deep in the Fruity Forests, Barry discovered the Sweet-Smelling Caves of Almost Certain Doom. While that name initially put him off, his inquisitive nature got the better of him and he ventured inside. It was in these caves that he honed his parkour skills, deftly leaping from one ledge to the next in search of stashes of Fruit Candy, stowed away by the mysterious Fruit Candy Fairies. Little did Barry know that his penchant for these crunchy caches would lead to his ultimate downfall(+). ... As Barry fell deeper into the unknown depths below, he decided right there and then that if he did indeed ever make it out of this predicament alive, he'd much prefer to do so on a rather more steady incline. He'd most certainly had enough of this vertically scrolling backdrop for one lifetime and instead dreamt of the day he could take a rather more horizontal approach to mid-air navigation... * * * * * * * * * * The bottom line: downfall+ cartridge with label and insert, supplied in universal case (see Elansar/Orion collection for examples), packaged in sturdy mailing box: GBP£45.00 + s/h As above but with CD-R copy of original game, old-style Reboot release in small case (see Beebris) - essentially the same as the ejagfest micro-release release in 2011: GBP£60.00 + s/h s/h details: UK 1st Class Signed For £5.00 Europe Small Packet - proof of sending but no signature, no insurance and at your risk £6.00 Europe International Signed For Small Packet, insured to value of item £12.00 USA Small Packet - proof of sending but no signature, no insurance and at your risk £8.00 USA International Signed For Small Packet, insured to value of item £14.00 Others - please ask In order to purchase, please send a PM to sh3-rg, let me know which options you have chosen and your PayPal email address and I can send you a payment request. Remember, prices are in £GBP sterling and that's how we'd like payment, please. You don't have to pay the PayPal fees, but if you feel like it there won't be any complaints :0) I'll be sending games out every Saturday following payment, or earlier when possible. Better photo of an original downfall ejagfest microrelease, thanks to CJ: The reason for the two options is that we are looking to use this downfall+ release to liquidate our game-production investments and re-invest in larger quantities for a full-scale release of Rebooteroids. When we realised what can happen with a limited release of sought-after titles between runs, it was decided in order to do Rebooteroids "properly" and to be fair to everyone, we'd need ample supply of hardware materials up front (the lead time for flash carts isn't trivial). This is in-keeping with our "self-funding" ethos and also allows us to put out a game that has been the most requested for a cart version re-release. We make no secret of the fact that by purchasing the more expensive option, you're not only getting a nice extra collectible copy of the original, but you're helping us see Rebooteroids released either sooner, more fairly or both. It'll be 1 copy per person to be as fair as possible to everyone and sales will take place either here via PM, jagware.org PM, NexGam.de PM or facebook message. We don't have a store front at this time and do not wish to put up an all-access PayPal Buy Now button. The side-effect of this is that it potentially deters any non-fans looking simply for a quick investment opportunity. Basically if you're active in the community you're all set. We can't promise that things will work this way in future due to the nature of online store-fronts and the volumes future releases might see, but for now at least we're happy to do things the way we always did, person-to-person. * * * * * * * * * * downfall+ ©2014 Reboot/Jagware. A jagwareboot production. Brought to you by: Cyrano Jones, GGN, sh3-rg, Neo_rg, mSg_rg, 5o5, Sauron, Shaun, LinkoVitch, remowilliams, christos, partycle and probably some other xunts you remembered and we didn't (sorry!). PUSH. THE. BUTTON.
  2. FS: [uS] Jaguar System and Jag CD and their boxes, PRO controllers, power, breakout A/V cables, a few games and a few empty game boxes(carts lost in a move), a few ad posters, the molded carrying case...and yes...that is BATTLE SPHERE. No...I will not split up the package. -> Please make an offer over private message. <- U.S. sale only. (price does not include insurance and shipping) Shipping will be via UPS and I will have them pack it all up. I will send other payment terms/info over private message. Payment via PayPal F&F or buyer pays fee. Thanks!
  3. Hey Guys, I am building my Atari Jaguar collection, and I've managed to purchase most of them, but I am missing a lot as: BattleSphere BattleSphere Gold Frog feast cartridge version Full Circle rocketeer Gorf special edition Jaguar beta Preservation Pack Jaguar Source Collection Superfly DX Space war 2000 beta Skycopter Speedster II 9 Lives Collector 's Edition and some others ..... i don't know certainly I know that these games are difficult to find for some and therefore quite expensive Thank you very much for your help and offers - gilfox67
  4. Ok, we have a Rarity guide covering the Games for the Atari systems, but what about the systems themselves, and for the accessories, like the controllers, keyboard add ons, the video jogger mat, etc.? has anyone thought about constructing a rarity guide around the accessories and hardware? I know it might be a bit more difficult, but I think we should have a "Atari Hardware & accessories Value guide". I mean, wouldn't you like to know how rare that All-Black 2600 JR is, or if you have a super rare Controller? what about your amiga joyboard? And how rare is that "Sunnyvale Heavy sixer"? I know we have talked alot about how rare a console or controller is, but wouldn't it be nice to have it registered and numbered on a scale like we do with the games? I know I would!
  5. The European Atari Jaguar Festival, “ejagfest” in short, takes place on November 5th and 6th of this year in Kleinenbroich (between Düsseldorf and Mönchengladbach), Germany. We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Atari 7800 which has been released 30 years ago in 1986. You will find more detailed information at the ejagfest.de website soon. If you plan to show something please write me a short email to “info at ejagfest.de”. You can find Flyer in printable resolution here. best regards, Björn
  6. I present you my new pixel 2D platformer game: Alice's Mom's Rescue The story: The giant raven has captured Alice's mother. Help Alice save her mother through 3 worlds and 25 levels! Change Alice's height using the magic mushrooms to get through the tiny spaces. Beware of the evil cats, birds, bats and spikes! The game is available for Android phones and tablets and is compatible with the following gamepad controller: Xperia Play / iPega / Zeemote. It is also available for Windows PC. I will port the game on Dreamcast and Jaguar CD in the coming months. And maybe Playstation 1 and Sega CD if enough people are interested. https://vimeo.com/110898720
  7. 1993 was the best Christmas ever for my brothers and I. With the help of an uncle in California, my folks managed to get a Jaguar for us. I wrote up a little blog post about it here: http://breakintochat...t-atari-jaguar/ I still have the Jaguar to this day, and in fact I am awaiting a new S-Video cable from thgill. When did you all get your Jags?
  8. Hey guys I was hoping if someone could help me get in contact with thgill. He had a thread selling SCART leads for an Atari Jaguar, it is here: http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/201261-pre-order-thread-jaguar-s-video-and-euro-scart-rgb-cables/ I paid him via pay pal back in October. My last correspondence was December 11th which he stated he would get me my cable late December. Now I am being ignored completely. He still checks into this site as I can see on his home page here. I have left countless PM's and even got some mods involved. I really don't want to get pay pal to rip my money back but this is getting upsetting I'd rather have my cable or at least a correspondence. Help???
  9. After a good wait I finally got my Game Drive the other day and am mostly happy with it. I do have some observations about it's setup and usability which I'll be bringing up in my live video review of the device this Thursday, for anyone who wants to check that out. For now though I'm persevering with putting together a rom selection I'm happy with and have found compatibility so far to be hit or miss. Here's what I've found: Original commercial releases all work fine, in .jag format, if obtained from a good source. Reboot roms all work fine with the .rom extension, with the exception of 1. Other homebrew/indie games are hit or miss, whatever the extension. ST ports are also hit or miss. Pretty sure none of the skunkboard-modded roms work which I kind of expected. Several betas/protos/demos from the goodset don't work. Besides the commercial stuff, most of the roms I'm using were downloaded from threads here on Atariage, mostly from one master thread by Cyrano. From my 'master list', (a combination of commercial, homebrew and ports), here are my current non-workers and the fault I'm getting on my PAL Jaguar. RS = red screen after first jag logo screen, BS = black screenafter first jag logo screen, UFF = unknown file format that wont boot on either mode offered: 1943 - RS Aircars - RS Arkanoid ROD - BS Asteroids - BS Badlands - RS Bionic Commando - RS Brutal Sports Football - UFF Dragon Breed - RS Escape FTPOTRM - RM Flying Shark - RS Gorf 2000 - UFF JagMarble - UFF Midnight Resistance - RS Phase Zero - UFF Project One - BS Rampage - BS Rick Dangerous 2 - BS Solomon's Key - BS Star Wars Arcade - BS Stunt Car Racer - BS Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles - BS If anyone has links to working versions of these roms or any ports or homebrew known to work then I'd love it if you could share them. My only other question is on rom naming. Some roms read the naming I've manually given them on my PC for naming consistency, but many don't and I'm not sure where the Game Drive is reading them from. Made a couple of .mrq files for some games adding my naming for consistency and it's not reading it from there it seems. rom extensions also seem to show for some roms and not others? Could options not be added to change this to user preference? Auto name reading is always problematic in my eyes, editing file names is so simple on a PC after all.
  10. How many consoles do you own? I am curious to see what we all have. I used to have 4 but gave one to a friend. I have 3x consoles now and 2x Jag CDs. Still....when i see them in the wild i am tempted to buy them. I may go up to 4 again soon. Also--I find certain games don't work well with certain motherboard revisions. Usually if i find a game is glitching or crashing; i try it on another Jag of mine and it will work fine. To the poll---Please don't respond "0" if you don't play Jag or have any interest in Jag. I'm trying to guage Jag gamers who use emulation vs actual console owners. Thanks!
  11. Does anyone know of a box protector that the Team Tap box will fit in? It won’t fit into a normal Jaguar cartridge box protector. Thanks.
  12. Started a thread is for Zool fans on the English Amiga Board and we would like to hear from you on anything related to Zool. Pictures, merchandise, collections, etc! https://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=1450940#post1450940 And inviting all to check out and add articles to the Zool fan wiki... https://zool-the-alien-ninja-from-the-nth-dimension.fandom.com/wiki/Zool:_The_Alien_Ninja_from_the_Nth_Dimension_Wiki More on Zool and other mascots on the Jaguar soon!
  13. From the album: RetroElectroDad Console Collection

    Atari Jaguar with Raiden on cartridge.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  14. Papa

    Jaguar cabinet

    From the album: Custom Arcade

    This was the most recent cabinet we built. It has an Atari Jaguar and a 7800! A special custom made switch box selects the controls.

    © Jay "Papa" Caraway 2015

  15. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    And now, some ancient relics from the past! XD Drawn WAY back in 2005.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  16. for sale is atari jaguar hardware tried then stored. offsite links o.k. ed by a moderator internet username: roashru https://www.ebluejay.com/ads/item/7045405 https://www.ebluejay.com/ads/item/7045403 https://www.ebluejay.com/ads/item/7045398 ------------------------------------------------------ https://orlando.craigslist.org/vgm/d/atari-jaguar-boxes/6666085780.html https://orlando.craigslist.org/vgm/d/atari-jaguar-cd-in-box-with/6666085651.html https://orlando.craigslist.org/vgm/d/atari-jaguar-power-kit/6666085529.html please read listings thoroughly! .
  17. Hi everyone, I should have listed this here but it's a little late now. I have a very nice condition copy of Aline vs Predator for the Atari Jaguar for sale on eBay as an auction. It's complete with all paperwork and inserts and even has the original cartridge wrapping. The starting price was set at 1p and is a great opportunity for a collector to fight it out for a bargain. Check out the link to see the auction: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Alien-Vs-predator-Atari-Jaguar-Mint-/112128249958 If you have any questions do let me know. Regards Mark
  18. In the Atariage database and the internet as a whole, I see people mentioning a severe bug that requires a password to patch. Quote: Sources https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/cd32/955787-brutal-football/faqs/57269 https://atariage.com/software_hints.php?SoftwareHintID=181 Yet I cannot find any mention of what exactly the bug is anywhere.
  19. Hi. My name is Rich and I have a small VR channel on YouTube. I invite you to see my retro console collection on YouTube. I'm about to get to 900subs and I'm doing something special.
  20. Hi all, Over the last few years of dipping my feet into the Jaguar development environment, I've amassed a large number of files and folders. Does anyone have any idea where some of these are from and what the license is on them? I'd like to be able to get them into a github repo so that other developers can use them (if I'm allowed, of course). Here are a few samples of the kinds of things I've got: 3DS2JAG JAG.ZOO - First edition Jaguar development tools (mentions a person named 'John' in the README) 8 bit object example from Lars Hannig American Hero BJL Bidirectional Debug Kit BJL Uploader Breakout 2000 sources Butch ASIC (what is ASIC?) CatBox Chaos Agenda Checkered Flag sources Colors Example Cortina Crescent Galaxy Cybermorph DOSStick Dr.Typo Flare Technology Files The list goes on. Can anyone help with what I've got so far? I've attached a screenshot of my folder layout. Thank-you.
  21. The AA store has 3 Jaguar homebrew games for sale and the AA rarity guide has 4 "self published" games - none of which are the game for sale at the AA store. I searched for "list of jaguar homebrew games" but the AA forum threads I found have links which no longer work. The "Jaguar Homebrew Projects" thread has a bunch of games listed. How are people playing these on real hardware? Or will they become available on the AA store?
  22. Hello all I have a couple auctions for Atari Jaguar system with box and Jaguar CD with box and manual. Plus a few extras memory track and Dragons Lair etc. I am the original owner and all is tested. I have a few other game intems on sale as well. Neo Geo pockets, and brand new Sega Nomad. Sorry admins, I could not get the embedded link to work as requested, feel free to change. https://www.ebay.com/itm/302753733596 https://www.ebay.com/itm/302753697334
  23. Hello from a Greek Atari fan since 1986, when my parents bought me my Atari 800XL and later my Atari 520STFM... Here is my hardware collection of Atari Computers and other systems. There is a magazines, handhelds and software collection too which I'll post it in the near future, I hope... Thanks for keeping the Atari spirit alive!
  24. Hey guys I was hoping if someone could help me get in contact with thgill. He had a thread selling SCART leads for an Atari Jaguar, it is here: http://www.atariage....art-rgb-cables/ I paid him via pay pal back in October. My last correspondence was December 11th which he stated he would get me my cable late December. Now I am being ignored completely. He still checks into this site as I can see on his home page here. I have left countless PM's and even got some mods involved. I really don't want to get pay pal to rip my money back but this is getting upsetting I'd rather have my cable or at least a correspondence. Help???
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