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  1. Welcome to the VirtualVCS (Atari 2600) emulator for the Atari Jaguar written by Bryan Edewaard and Damien Jones of Temporary Sanity Designs (TSD). Fun stories of the development can be found at this place, and this place. ------------------------------------------------------------- Over time TSD handed the VirtualVCS source code to Carl Forhan who assemebled, with considerable work, the VirtualVCS demo that has floated around the internet for years. With the release by Curt Vendel, Atari Historian, of the other Atari 2600 emulator, it has been the hope of Carl, Curt, and many others (including myself) to one day see working Atari 2600 games on the Atari Jaguar. As later explained in this message under "Background information" game images have been hex edited in to replace the game images already in the VirtualVCS demo. The menu graphics format in VirtualVCS were unraveled by sh3-rg. The main objective is to find games that work in the confines of the abilities of VirtualVCS in it's alpha state. The strengths of this emulator being very close to true speed emulation, good controls, and many display abilities intact. The weaknesses being no sound, no hit detection, some display abilities needing refinement and no apparent bank switching ability using rom images of 4K or less. Limiting, but not impossible. All efforts are for the enjoyment of the Jaguar community, and in the hopes to understanding the true technical limitations to add in better development of VirtualVCS and/or the 2600 emulator later down the road. Images can be loaded on rom loaders (Skunkboard, Flash card (though not tested)) to try out. No actual cartridges will be sold from this, strictly fun and research. The following games have been found to work (more than less) under these conditions: Mario Brother 4K fan game released March 23, 2018: Download VirtualVCS - Muticart 01 released March 27, 2018: Download More multicarts are planned. Instructions have been provided for others to experiment with VirtualVCS to find other games that work as well. A Google Spreadsheet has been started to record the testing of Atari 2600 titles that could work in VirtualVCS. If you would like to participate in research, send me a PM. ---Background information on the Hex Editing --- ---Posted Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:31 AM -------------------------------------------------- So this whole idea started with hacking my Bubsy hack into VirtualVCS, and it displayed pretty well released a later version here. Then I started to wonder, what if I could find a game that could work in the limited range of games that would actually work on VirtualVCS and hack those in with a hex editor. So far I have found that 2K and 4K images work. So far no luck with anything greater. A sweep for "STA CXCLR" (85 2c) and those that use that method of hit detection also helped. And after playing around, I found a game that displayed fairly well, and actually interacted in the environment at least somewhat. A 4K version of Mario Brothers. The turtles won't kill you, but you can hit from underneath and knock them over, and then afterwards go up and knock them over. Actually playing the original Mario Brothers game, it has it where the Turtles do no kill you, and all the hit detection I mentioned above. Mario bros_4k_v2.bin All that is not working then on the Virtual VCS in this case is the score. So here we have a working VCS game on the Jaguar under VirtualVCS. Just select option 2 (where Pac-Man was, on the menu) vvcs-Mario brothers.rom A fun find. Plans are try other images, see what games don't have the limitations of the VirtualVCS, and find other games that more than less work. Such games as Video Checkers and chess, hangman, and others have been suggested. Asteroids was suggested as it did not use the 85 2c style of hit detection. If we could get a 8K game to work on VirtualVCS. And for that, maybe some of the Super Charger hacks will come in handy? More to come. Or perhaps if you want to try hex hacking, here is the copy of Virtual VCS that I found... vvcs.rom Other downloads: 50 VirtualVCS roms with 300 Atari 2600 roms to try. (April 4, 2018) Adult Pack 01-Women (April 17, 2018) Adult 01-Women.zip Adult Pack 02- Men (April 17, 2018) Adult 02-Men.zip Puzzle Pack 01 (April 18, 2018) Puzzle 01.zip Sci-Fi Pack 01 (December 31, 2018) vvcs-Sci-Fi Pack.rom
  2. I'm thinking about taking the dive into Jaguarland...I've held off to date because the prices are fairly astronomical but have decided that I would be willing to pay up to $300 for the right boxed set, obviously less without a box. The recent AA homebrews have swayed me into thinking a purchase could be worth it. Let me know if you've got one available. Cheers.
  3. In this video, just uploaded to Youtube, I show over $500 worth of Atari Homebrew gaming goodness for the 2600 VCS, 7800 ProSystem, and Jaguar. Even so I missed some, so I'll need to do another video. Technically some of these games are Homebrew ports of Arcade games, but there are many that are totally original as well. Most were purchased from Atari Age. I purposely left out the Custom Reproductions that I have ordered, as I'm saving them for an upcoming video. While the above video was uploading, I discovered that I now have a second supporter on Patreon. Supporters get exclusive content, which I plan on expanding what I offer as I go along. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11084981
  4. I love checkin' out other people's collections and thought it might be fun to start my own thread to update and chat on. For now, I'll have my Atari Jaguar and Neo Geo items shown and listed. Atari Jaguar Collection: Neo Geo Collection:
  5. Looking to buy a physical copy of Toad Computers catalog if you have anything related. Thanks!
  6. I'd like to break any thoughts right now before I get started... This isn't a guide (currently) to buying classic consoles. I'm curious on advice on getting various vintage game consoles. I already own the general group of items. (Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, etc) However, what I'm lacking on is some of the older and lesser remembered (as far as society seems) game consoles. Classic Game Fest is next weekend, and I'm hoping to find a few game consoles to add to the collection. I don't know how successful or unsuccessful I'll be, but I'd still like to try. In general, what I'm looking for are tips and suggestions as to what I should be looking for (IE specific models or avoiding problematic versions) in the various consoles I'll be listing below. I'm happy to offer suggestions and tips as well on many consoles, but my advice won't be the best honestly. I generally don't care about the outward appearance as much unless it's just awful. ANYWAYS! The consoles I'd like to acquire soon would be... Sega Master System - I know there are several models available, but only one or two offer composite output. I realize I'll want an S-Video mod on this if possible. Curious if anybody here at AtariAge does that, or knows someone who does. Atari Jaguar - I'm curious to give this system a shot since I've honestly never played much of any Atari system. (I have a hard time playing the old old stuff though... Sorry >_<) I need to experience more Atari though to figure out what I missed out on. I know nothing of the console beyond it's general look though... Not even sure about titles. Atari Lynx - I've seen pictures of it, but I'm curious to try it as well. I've seen a few on here for sale but never took the plunge. I also always see something about blown caps involving the screen? (Did I say that right...) Turbo Grafx 16 - This one seems to be the most expensive of those I've glanced over. Wouldn't mind having one, but not looking to spend a huge amount on something I have very little experience with. Is the system even worth the effort? If so, need suggestions for games as well. XD Neo Geo X - Forgot to put in this one. I know they have a re-released Neo Geo X "Gold" package or whatever that comes with a bunch of packed in games with the system plus a handheld piece. Is this thing any good and worth getting over the old Neo Geo system? Sega Saturn - This one is probably the lowest on the list, but I would be interested in getting one if I can get it for a low-ish price. However, I also don't know very many games I'd want on it, so it's on the back burner for the moment. Another thing to keep in mind is that my repair (solder) skill is pretty basic (consider a title like SUPER AMATEUR to be appropriate). I do apologize if this seems lazy or something, but I didn't see anything else like this on the forums. (If I missed it, I apologize and please link me. I searched price guides or console buying guides and came up empty.) Thanks for anybody who can give any opinion or suggestions on these consoles. I realize the Classic Game Fest may not be the best place to go for these items, but maybe I get lucky and find some killer deals. Even beyond that, I'd be interested in acquiring these items regardless of the convention. Wouldn't mind a few game suggestions as well of course.
  7. So last night I wanted to play some Blackout. Last time I played it a few months ago the game worked flawlessly. So I put it in and got the red screen of death. So I took it out blew on it put it back in, then it got through the boot sequence however, it reset the system and the 2nd time it showed the boot sequence it gave me the red screen of death. So I tried a different game and that game worked fine. So I got fed up and cleaned the game with contact cleaner which the game was a little dirty. Now it works perfectly. My questions are: What does it mean when it boots up fine then resets to the red screen of death? Just want to make sure my system isn't going on me. Also... Is contact cleaner the best way to clean cartridges? So far since I have been using that as opposed to alcohol, all my games been working perfectly. Just want to make sure that contact cleaner won't damage the cart over time.
  8. Hello again ladies and gentlegamers! This time I've got a very special 3DS console that I'm interested in trading for an Atari Jaguar. As usual, to give you a reference for my reliability as a buyer and seller you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0g You can also find my AtariAge Marketplace User Feedback thread here: http://atariage.com/...pic/254880-jin/ Now that we've got the formalities out of the way, here's what I've got for trade: This black colored model of the regular sized New 3DS was only available in limited quantities on Black Friday of 2016 and was never produced again in North America after that, so it was the only way to get a black New 3DS in the United States. I ended up buying this one brand new in box from a collector around two months ago, bought a carrying case and a few games for it as well as some purple faceplates that I imported from Japan, and now I'm looking to trade it for an Atari Jaguar system to use for my 2018 Atari Challenge quest. The system's box is perfect mint without a single ding or scratch on it and the system itself is in excellent condition with no scratches on the exterior housing or faceplates, no scratches on the interior housing or upper screen, no dead or stuck pixels on either screen, and only a few very tiny scratches on the lower screen from occasional stylus use. I tried my best to photograph them in the 4th picture but they're just too darn small for my camera to pick up, and completely invisible when the system is powered on. The black Mario faceplates that came with the system are brand new and have never been used, the carrying case is in perfect like-new condition, and the 3 games are all complete in box with near mint cartridges. The only damage to any of the games is the cover art on the case for Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions, which does have quite a bit of wear. All together I spent about $265 on everything seen above, and being that this particular model of New 3DS was a very limited and sought after release it's sure to hold it's value in the years to come. What I would like to trade this whole bundle for is a nice condition Atari Jaguar system with power supply, one controller (preferably a gray button one), and either an official composite video cable or somewhere in the area of $30 worth of good quality Jaguar games. I can also toss in some cash via PayPal on my end of the trade for a few more Jaguar games or ones high up on my wants list like Alien vs. Predator, Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, Towers II, or Raiden. Thanks for taking the time to view my thread and just shoot me a PM if you're interested in trading!
  9. Hey guys, Was just browsing eBay and noticed a sealed copy of Super Burnout sold for $99.95 just a few days ago (Oct. 24th).. Unless I'm mistaken, it looks like Best Electronics is still selling it for $29.95. Bought a copy from them not too long ago, opened it even and threw it in with the rest of my carts! Just a heads up if you haven't added this one to your collection.
  10. We have wild throngs of people (well ok, so far one) that would like to learn how to play the Bubsy game on the Atari Jaguar. The nice things about the Jaguar version, it is unique from all other versions. It is mysterious, not many have played it compared to the other versions since many don't have an Atari Jaguar. But tonight in a live stream you can see Bubsy being played and shown step by step how to beat this game. Currently I can beat all 15 levels in 50 minutes on average, and so can you! The live stream YouTube event will happen tonight 8:15 pm or 9:15 EST. The link to the live stream will be posted here or you can PM me for the details.
  11. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fatariage.com%2Fforums%2Ftopic%2F214724-atari-jaguar-carryng-case-ebay%2F%23entry2796298
  12. You can view my feedback here. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vectrex Games CIB -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sean Kelly multi cart 1999 version (loose) $45 shipped Vectopia #40 $70 shipped ***SOLD*** Vecmania #16 $70 shipped ***SOLD*** All Good Things $70 shipped ***SOLD*** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Atari Jaguar Games CIB -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please note that shipping is the usps rate plus $1 for new box & packing materials Checkered Flag $18 plus shipping Zoop $38 plus shipping Pitfall $26 plus shipping Brutal Sports Football $30 plus shipping Skiing $18 plus shipping Trevor McFur $26 plus shipping *** SOLD *** Cannon Fodder $26 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Syndicate $26 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Kasumi Ninja $22 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Zool 2 $24 plus shipping ***SOLD*** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Atari Jaguar CD Games -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Myst CIB $25 plus shipping Battlemorph in tri-fold cd case with manual and overlay but no box $15 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Hoverstrike V in tri-fold cd case with manual and overlay but no box $15 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Iron Soldier 2 CIB (Telegames cardboard box original release) $50 plus shipping ***SOLD*** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Atari Jaguar Games Loose -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rayman $75 plus shipping ***SOLD*** Tempest 2000 $30 plus shipping ***SOLD***
  13. Came across this quote, regarding the hidden version of Tempest 2000 in Tempest X for the PlayStation 1: "I guess I feel safe sharing this 21 years after release: The hidden 2000 mode wasn't supposed to be there. Several of the higher ups involved mandated a lot of changes in the "X" mode that I didn't agree with. I didn't think they understood the beauty of Theurer's or Minter's versions of the game. I thought they were ruining it by putting their thumbprints on it with the bitmap monsters, Helvetica font, etc. I nearly lost my job over hiding the 2000 and Plus modes in there. Many key people didn't know about it until after the game had already hit the presses. But I'm glad I did. It's fun to see people still play the game. It was a lot of fun working with N on this. We also did Saturn and Mac Classic versions that were straight up Tempest 2000 ports. We also prototyped an M2 version just for fun. That never shipped."
  14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQoGZ0yEdOI&feature=plcp Above is a Video of my Game Room. I know it is a little small and stuff is crammed in there but I am trying my best. The drums aren't always set up they fold away into the closet for the most part. Please enjoy and below is a list of ALL my systems. Thanks for looking and if you guys know why my Jag CD causes interference when attached please let me know. It does it now and it did it back when my Jag was brand new with a brand new CD attachement so I am not sure. XBOX 360 XBOX PS1 PS2 Neo Geo AES Neo Geo MVS Sega Genesis Sega CD Sega 32X Sega Saturn which I forgot to mention, it has Guardian Heros in it. Sega Dreamcast Colecovision Atari 2600 Expansion thingy for the Colecovision Starpath Supercharger. Supercharger interface multiplied the Atari 2600's RAM 49-fold, from its meager built-in 128 bytes to 6,272 bytes, i.e. giving it an extra 6 KB, allowing for larger games with higher resolution graphics. NES SNES N64 GameCube Gamboy Adapter which plays Gameboy, Gameboy color, and Gameboy Advance games Atari Jaguar Atari Jaguar CD Gameroom Classics Mini Arcade Machines The Video is too dark to show a stack of loose 32X carts next to the boxed games.
  15. Hi, I know the Red screen is a bad thing but, it's been packed away for 20 years, and now every game is getting a Red Screen. I even opened a brand new game (yea, it was a football game that was not high value) to try with the same result. I checked the pins with a magnifying glass and some lights, I assure you there are no bent pins or anything of the sort. I even took one of the NES cleaning kits and used parts of it to clean the pins on it to make sure they were getting a solid connection. I opened it and checked the shape of caps and other things on the motherboard, no signs of FAT caps or ones that leaked. What else can I try to fix this and if I am screwed, does anyone troubleshoot these for a "reasonable" price ?
  16. Hey all, I was cleaning up my old laptop and I found this video. I almost trashed it from my downloads folder by accident but decided to throw it up on YouTube for the sake of preservation. This was the Classic Console and Arcade Gaming Show (CCAG) in Cleveland, Ohio in 2004. We had a pre-release Mad Bodies on display as well as some custom T2K rotary controllers and some NUON machines running T3K and the unreleased Bust-A-Move 4. Enjoy!
  17. So according to eBay my CIB copy of Doom is arriving soon! I hear alot of people saying how Doom for the Jaguar is one of the best versions to play. Me being a huge fan of the Doom series wanted to check out all the hype. So I was wondering what makes it the best version? Also by best version I'm assuming its 'for its time' since as of now I'd imagine the best version to play would be the one you can buy from xbox live/PSN.
  18. Just like the topic says. I just ordered one of those reconditioned Atari Jaguar CD units so now I can finally enjoy playing the tons of homebrew games that are out there for it. I was wondering if anyone on here has bought one of those off of Best Electronics? What are your thoughts on it? Is it worth the buy/overpriced?
  19. I just won an almost cib Jag. I need some games. I broke the bank getting the console, but I have a little left in my budget for reasonable titles. Thanks!
  20. Hello fellow Atariage fans & Atari Jaguar fans, Haven't been on in awhile as real life problems have interfered. Hard times have now hit me like a pile of bricks, hate to let it go but I've made some terrible life mistakes, unfortunately, and I must sell my Atari Jaguar Battlesphere cartridge with custom high quality 3M plastics end label. Its CIB, in very good condition just listed it on ebay. Please take a look and spread the word to anyone that might be looking for an nice "authentic" copy, not a reproduction or any of that jazz. Haz gold edge connector contacts and all as specified by 4Play, lol haha! I set the start price going by the last real Battlesphere cart sold on ebay last month(Feb 04, '19). Willing to ship worldwide. http://ebay.us/HPmvBX?cmpnId=5338273189 Thanks for checking out my sales thread, any suggestions please let me know. Hopefully I can rejoin active posting here soon, as there is so much going on, especially in the Jaguar Forum, i am looking forward to it.
  21. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    I am a younger collector, so it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone when I say I lived my late childhood/pre-teen years on The Angry Video Game Nerd. He definitely helped me get interested in retro gaming. The Jaguar videos peaked my interest, mainly the AvP game for the jag. I coveted the game for years, and I'm happy to say that with my recent jaguar purchase, I fulfilled a small childhood wish. I played through the Predator story, and most of the Space Marine story, and let me tell you, it's just as great as I imagined it'd be back when I was 11.
  22. What you are about to see is the tip of the iceberg - this is ONLY part one - but if you've never seen an Intellivision or ColecoVision store kiosk before this will blow your freaking mind.
  23. Hello Everyone! This is my first blog post ever here on AtariAge, and I'm excited to be on here! Let me introduce myself. My name is Chase, and I am a seventeen year from Ohio. I have been playing and collecting Atari 2600 games for 3 years now and I have never felt more passionate and happy playing simple games compared to the high resolution, highly complicated games of today. The 2600 seems to pull me in with simplicity and the appeal of playing games that have shaped the game industry into how it is today. I have used my Atari 2600 (a four switch Woody) more than my Ps4, and I actually love my Atari more than my PlayStation. I want to start up a YouTube channel reviewing games and potentially talk to the people who programmed them. I hope to have a fun time on here and I can't wait to share my passion with others and hear stories from others who grew up with the console I love. I will mostly will be talking about the 2600 on this blog, mostly about games. Which ones I love, which ones I think are ok, and which ones I don't really like. I might also dabble in the 5200, 7800 and the Lynx and Jaguar. And one question to end this blog: Which Atari 2600 launch title is your favorite? Mine is Indy 500, followed by Surround.
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