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  1. 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!
  2. Jaguar HSC__SEASON 13__ROUND 9 (Round Over Sunday 12/30/18) ROUND COMPLETE RULES AND DIRECTIONS: Revenge of the Mutant Camels Start a game with maximum continues/lives allowed. Play until you get a game over. 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.. Revenge of the Mutant Camels Scores: 1. Darrin9999 9,773,038 (+10) 2. doctor_shred 4,905,906 (+ 3. travistouchdown 1,935,770 (+6) 4. masematte 878,473 (+4) 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. . The Current Jaguar HSC Rankings: 1. Masematte 60 Points 2. Darrin9999 60 Points 3. travistouchdown 45 Points 4. Isgoed 26 Points 5. Eltigro 22 Points 6. doctor_shred 16 Points 7. PFG 9000 8 Points 8. jblenkle 7 Points 9. Cyrano J 6 Points 10. NIKON 4 Points 11. roadrunner 2 Points 12. 13. 14. 15.
  3. 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."
  4. From the album: Gaming

    Me with the legend Jeff Minter (Llama Soft games)

    © BHC

  5. I did not see it mentioned here before but if it is old new I'm sorry. Jeff Minter (of Tempest 2000 fame) has released a revamped version of his oldy Gridrunner for Android and iOS. The Android version is Donationware and the iOS version is $0.99. Maybe this is the time to upgrade my Symbian phone to Android Robert http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=t4WOnuqeetI
  6. Last fall we released Jeff Minter Classics for the Atari Jaguar, containing two of Jeff Minter's most popular classic computing titles: Llamatron: 2112 and Revenge of the Mutant Camels. The excellent Atari ST versions of these games were brought to the Jaguar by Lawrence Staveley (author of Rebooteroids), joined together by a beautiful menu illustrated by William Thorup. Stunning artwork was also created by William Thorup for the box, manual, label and included double-sided poster. In celebration of Jeff Minter's announcement of a Playstation 4 port of Gridrunner, we're excited to reveal that Gridrunner has been hidden inside all copies of Jeff Minter Classics sold to date! We've put together a video that shows how you can unlock Gridrunner. Once you've done so, Gridrunner will be displayed on the menu when the cartridge boots up, so you only need to unlock it once: As an added bonus for Gridrunner, you can choose to use an Amiga or Atari ST mouse (with a proper adapter) to control your ship, in addition to the stock Jaguar controller. Playing Gridrunner with a mouse is a blast! If you don't already have a copy of Jeff Minter Classics, you can pick up a copy in the AtariAge Store. Happy Easter to all Atari Jaguar fans!
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