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  1. Just wanted to make a post in which I can share my channel with others. I cover a ton classic consoles, oddball items, as well as newer games. Come check it out! https://www.youtube.com/user/swlovinist
  2. Since I'm always rapping about people cleaning their cart connectors, I thought I'd make this guide on how to do it properly It's amazing how many supposed issues can be fixed by clean connectors. Things you will need: A Jaguar and a cartridge (preferably dirty): Some isopropyl alcohol swabs and 2 pieces of plastic card. One roughly the same width as the swabs (like the one pictured) and one small enough to fit in the little end of the connector (which I can't find...) : If you want to go ghetto instead, you will need a clean t-shirt and some isopropyl or lighter fluid: Wrap your swab over the edge of your plastic card and insert into one end of the cartridge slot, pull it straight up, move along a bit, then down and up again. Repeat, repeat. Do NOT move the card sideways while it's inside the slot as you could bend the connectors. You'll need your small card to get your swab into the small end of the connector. Keep doing this until the swabs are coming out gleaming white: Or do the same, ghetto style, with your (preferably white) t-shirt. Keep the shirt tight over the card so no baggy parts will snag the connector pins, keep wetting it with isopropyl or lighter fluid, move onto a clean patch of shirt, up and down and up and down: That's your console done! Now onto the cart! Things you will need: Isopropyl or lighter fluid and cotton buds (q-tips) : Grasp your cartridge by the bottom as shown. I try to keep my fingers off the label so I don't leave any impressions (though the cart shown is a ratty second hand one) : Dip your cotton bud in your IPA or lighter fluid and scrub those connectors real good! Keep doing both sides of the connector with fresh buds and fresh liquid until they are coming away gleaming white: You will likely find that some cotton threads get stuck in there. Just get some tweezers and pull them out. You're pretty much done at this point, but I like to give my carts the GOLD treatment! If you want to do the GOLD treatment, you will need another cotton bud and some DeOxit contact enhancer. The correct use of DeOxit not only protects the contacts and enhances the electrical connection, but it also lubricates the connector so that insertion and removal of the carts is smoother. This can only be good for the cartridge slot. Similar procedure to before, but use the DeOxit sparingly! Just one drop on one side of the cotton bud will do for both sides of the connector. Make sure you also wet the beveled edge of the connector: Now use the clean end of the cotton bud to clean any DeOxit from the plastic parts, then wipe any excess from the connectors, while leaving a nice, light sheen on the pins and the beveled edge: And that's it! Every cart I get for every system goes through this, even if it's brand new (my OCD demands it...) As long as you clean your carts and make sure they stay clean, you should only have to do your console once.
  3. This thread is about the Nuon game systems, the spiritual successor to the Atari Jaguar. So all of you who have or are looking to the get the Samsung N2000, the Toshiba SD2300, the Samsung N501, N504, N591 and all the other variants, this thread is for you. I'm going to post my thoughts on the Nuon, and encourage others to do the same!
  4. I only recently became aware this port existed. I seem to have missed the boat this time around, but as an avid fan and collector of the Atari Star Wars games (and Jag stuff in general), I'm VERY keen on picking up a complete copy. If anyone has one they're willing to sell, please get in touch w/ me! Thanks in advance.
  5. Hey everyone, This message will be somewhat brief, but I was wondering if anyone is looking to sell their Atari Jaguar system to me for an affordable price; roughly for a price range of 80 to 90 bucks. All I'm asking for is the console, one controller (two would be ideal), ac adapter, and Cybermorph for starters. As for a video source, I'll just use my NES RF adapter...but if you've got some AV cables available for the Jag, that'll be sweet! Anyway, if anyone can help me out with obtaining myself a Jag than what eBay is offering these days, I'll most sincerely appreciate it! Thanks, and have a great day! -AndyM1985
  6. Good to know the CD drive still works!
  7. up2knowgood

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    From the album: Jaguar

    The back of the two controllers, grey buttoned on the left, and black buttoned on the right.

    © David Haring

  8. I purchased an S-Video cable from a UK seller on ebay. He thought it would work fine. It displays only in black and white and no sound. I found a thread on your forums from Google search, but it was really old which is why I'm starting a new one. In that conversation people were talking about faulty boards, soldering fixes etc, but also someone pointed out that a UK cord wouldn't work properly on NTSC system. Is that all it is? Wrong S-Video cable? If so do you all know where I can pick up an NTSC Jaguar S-Video cable?
  9. Hiya! So I'm looking for a functional Atari Jaguar Pro Controller... don't need the box or anything intended for display. I'm looking to spend about $150. I know that's somewhat less than ebay prices on them lately, but that's what I have for a budget and I don't need a box, so I thought I'd give this a try. PM or reply if you got one for sale... or if you'd like to trade instead, let me know what your are looking for, like what system you are interested in or something. I have some unusual stuff for a variety of consoles anywhere between 2600 and Wii, and while my collection is not exactly extensive, whatever you are looking for might be something I happen to have... who knows? -CaptainBreakout
  10. Jaguar HSC__SEASON 13__ROUND 2 (Round Over Sunday 9/23/18) ROUND CLOSED RULES AND DIRECTIONS: Checkered Flag - Select the track "Sunset Strip" the settings must be at Daytime and Practice Mode (Any car customization is up to the player) Race until you achieve your fastest lap and submit it here (I recommend putting it on 99 laps--When you finish practice mode, it won't display your track times; Take a picture of your fastest lap prior to the mode ending). ***Special for this round: You can use the "Steering Patch Edition" of this game if you have access to it.*** Yes this is not fair, but it's free and readily available. If you are not familiar with the Jaguar HSC general rules and how the scoring system works, please visit this thread here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/282235-jaguar-hsc-season-11-rules-regs-and-scoring/ It is recommended that you take a photo of your score, but it is not required. We go on good faith here, so please be honest.. Checkered Flag Times: 1. Eltigro 0:18:0 +10 2. masematte 0:18:4 +8 3. Isgoed 0:27:5 +6 4. travistouchdown 0:27:9 +4 5. Darrin9999 0:28:5 +2 6. NIKON 0:28:9 +1 7. 8. 9. 10. The Current Jaguar HSC Rankings: 1. 1,698,324 Isgoed (10 points) +6 16 2. 599301 Masematte (8 points) +8 16 3. 492104 Eltigro (6 points) +10 16 4. 179625 Darrin9999 (4 points) +2 6 5. 96281 NIKON (2 points) +1 3 6. 77555 travistouchdown (1 point) +4 6 7. 35,025 jblenkle (1 point) 1 8. 9. 10.
  11. In case anyone who in interested isn't tracking... The 3DS, (specifically the New 3DS) has recently gotten ports of Stella, Prosystem, Handy, O2EM, Virtual Jaguar, 4DO, and more via RetroArch/LibRetro. Emulation of these systems run full speed: 2600 7800 Lynx Vectrex Odyssey2 Game & Watch Near full speed: CPS3 Interesting, but not fast enough to be considered playable: 3DO Jaguar These are not yet part of the official build, but can be found in posts by MrHuu in the thread at gbatemp. He plans to make a separate thread at some point, but as of the time of this posting, the builds are posted at page 270 (Stella, Vectrex, & Prosystem), page 273 (Handy, O2EM, VirtualJaguar, & 4DO), page 275 (Game & Watch), and page 279 (CPS3). MrHuu also posted a playlist generator here. Also interesting is that on a New 3DS (not XL), the screen size when set to "integer" is exactly the same as the screen size on a real Lynx.
  12. I got like 8 games and would like to expand the library with some more decent but cheaper titles ($20 or so or less). This is what I have. Cybermorph Aliens Vs Predator Iron Soldier Tempest 2000 Raiden Syndicate Theme Park Kasumi Ninja I am in no rush as garage sale season is at hand but opinions and options are welcome.
  13. I have an Atari Jaguar, but lost the power adapter a long time ago. I've seen people saying the first-gen Genesis power adapter works for the Jaguar, but what about the MK-1602-1 adapter? It's intended for the first-gen Genesis, which requires 9V and 1.2A, but the adapter is 10V and 1.2A. I don't know why they made it 1 volt more, but it's meant for a system that requires 9V, so would it work for the Jaguar? From pictures people have posted, it looks like the same company might have made the same power adapter for multiple companies.
  14. *edit* 2/16 After looking into a few things, I decided to list this on eBay. I think it goes live at 11pm PST. Thanks for all the replies to this thread! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 251452686191 Previous post... I am looking to see what I can expect if i need to sell these items. They were all bought new from Best Electronics in the last two weeks. I have hardly had any time to play them & I planned on keeping the lot in my collection. But....my wife has been in the hospital for the past week (which was VERY unexpected & scary). She is finally back at home with a good future ahead of her. Details to be found here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/222068-i-need-some-help-with-clarity-long-post/ I have contacted Best to see what they can do regarding returns. If i cannot go that route, I will have to try and get the money back another way. The items are as follows: Atari Jaguar system (Was new in box a week ago.. not anymore) Has a new Jaguar power supply from Best. Cybermorph - Near Mint, no box, but has overlay Doom - Near Mint in box with overlay, instruction book, and registery card Alien vs Predator - Also near mint without box, but with all 3 overlays, white cardboard game holder, and instruction booklet (instruction book has a slight crease in bottom corner). If my house caught on fire tomorrow and these items burnt up, it wouldn't be as important as having a healthy wife. If anyone has been in a similar situation, what would (or did) you do? What did you get out of it?
  15. Hi folks! I'd like to ask for advice from you. I think I have to let my numbered copy of GORF (white case) go. I know that there is some interest in it, so should I ebay it? Or go to gamegavel? Or maybe just find someone and sell it? Or keep it and nevermind it doesn't get much gameplay (and nevermind it could bring a few bucks that would be a nice side effect)? Thank you for your answers.
  16. Who was the giant idiot at Atari Corp. who thought that the Jaguar controller was in need of a friggin' keypad?? The controller would have been better off looking like a larger version of the PC Engine controller. Its because of the controller scheme mainly that made the Jaguar fail in the end. :mad: :mad:
  17. Jaguar was not a true 64-bit machine! It was a 32-bit/16-bit hybrid! Atari's marketing for the Jag were dirty liars!! IT should have used a different approach! :mad:
  18. Hi, I have lots of extra Jag stuff for sale: Jag CD + Blue Lightning - Working - $200 ICD Catbox - Working - $250 Jag + Katsumi Ninja + Controller + Composite Cables(new aftermarket) + AC Adapter - Working - $90 - some scuffs on console surface, see pic Jag + Tempest 2000 + Controller + Composite Cables(new aftermarket) + AC Adapter - Working - $115 Rayman - cart only - working $50 (not pictured) Let me know if you are interested in any. I am located in Chicago IL pickup is always an option.
  19. Updated to reflect status of one unreliable Indus drive after testing it out. Also dug out the Jaguar unit and noticed that switchbox was nowhere to be found, so removed CIB from the description. I've decided to unload my Atari video game and 8-bit computer collection. I'll try to get a full list together soon. Computer collection highlights: 800XL computer Indus GT drives (2 drives; one in fair conditionnot to be trusted, the other in good condition with plastic storage case and the original software) 1050 drive in box (Happy enhanced) APE For Windows Complete Starter Kit USB Games by Atari, Infocom, Epyx, EA (much of it CIB) Misc cables, software, peripherals Video game collection highlights: Boxed consoles (Jaguar w/ CD, 7800) Loose consoles (2600, 5200, Lynx, Telegames II) Some CIB 2600 and 5200 games Controllers for each console system 2600 cartridge adapter for 5200 I haven't used most of these items for years, but they've been stored indoors out of the way. Now they're in the way. Anyone in the Phoenix area is welcome to schedule a time to stop by and check things out. (That would also be the quickest way to take home a huge bargain.) Meanwhile I'll do my best to get a more detailed list ready with condition and prices. Pricing will be fair, as my motivation to unload the collection is more about to time than money. Hope this is enough info in the initial post. I'm trying to gauge interest without spamming the group.
  20. It doesn't have to be pretty. Just a cart will do, as long as it works.
  21. While I may regret it later, and could certainly keep bringing these games to my annual "Atari Party" events for their one-day-out-of-the-year chance at being played, I've decided to get rid of some of my Jaguar games (most of which I grabbed back when I first got my original systems -- does ~2000 count as "back in the day" yet?) I simply ended up not liking these games very much, and never play them myself. (My older son used to play Club Drive a bunch when he was little, and called it "Poop Car" because of the toilet in the apartment level... but these days we have Mario Kart for Wii, so...) I'm in Davis, CA, so if anyone is local and wants to come grab them in person (& geek out over Atari stuff for a few minutes), that's a possibility. Otherwise, I'll add the approx. cost of shipping (per your preferred shipping method) once you tell me what you want, where you are, and how you want it shipped. (The Internet tells me carts weigh about 3oz, and boxes about 5oz, so most of these will come in at about 8-10oz I suppose.) Here's what I've got. Carts: Hover Strike (cart only) - $8+sh Poop c-- I mean Club Drive (box, cart holder, manual, cart, "Jaguar Game Club" mail-in form) - $15+sh Defender 2000 (box, cart holder, manual (staples missing!), cart) - $55+sh CDROMs: Blue Lightning (box, CD folder, manual, controller overlay, disc) - $FREE (I'll throw it in with whatever you're buying, if you want it) Battlemorph (box, CD folder, manual, controller overlay, disc) - $20+sh And how about $80+shipping for the whole lot. Note: I've very rarely sold stuff (except to the local comic book store), so bear with me. I think I'm supposed to say "[email protected]@K" or something somewhere, right? Thanks! -bill! (mostly an Atari 8-bit junkie) Edit 1: Added "OBO" to Blue Lightning Edit 2: Blue Lightning free w/ order (Also dropped "whole lot" price, accordingly) Edit 3: Added photo. Noticed Defender manual is missing it's staples. Dropped some prices.
  22. From the album: Jaguar

    Two Atari Jaguar Controllers.

    © David Haring

  23. Do THE MATH! I knew in my heart of hearts that the 2600 was capable of producing an accurate Cybermorph, after finding out that HALO was a reality! I downloaded visual bAtariBasic. I chose Cybermorph as my first killer app, and I decided to dedicate an hour or so on my proof of concept. I would have to say the logic for Skylar was pretty taxing, but everything went smoothly once figured out the complex algorithm for Sklar's artificial intelligence. Currently, she only detects ground collisions, and the enemies are not yet present. Unfortunately, some people may say this isn't a "game", since there are no "enemies." Minor details.. Hey! I got a good laugh out of it! Latest Version: Cybermorph26K_DPC_NewScroll.bin 12/23/2014 Previous Versions: Cybermorph26k.bin
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