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  1. This is a step-by-step of our newest creation..The Atari Jaguar Arcade Cabinet! It also houses a 7800!! First we build a frame (this is our own plan devised by me..Papa.).. ..if you look in the background you can see that we've done this sort of thing before.. Shelves are added. The lowest shelf lifts up for easy access to power. The others are screwed in with room on each side for cords to drop down through. We use a 4X8 cut down the middle and shortened for both sides. The angle cut from the top flips over and becomes the sides for the panel! A basic layout for the control panel is conceived.. ..as are the art schemes. Everything is done in a certain order. The marquee is added and stabilizes the top. The paint is added.. ..the panel is cut (special methods are used to cut plexiglass without cracking!!) Panel art is embedded. The panel is finished!! The panel is added, the screen is set, and inside paint is done (not in that order..) The front panel is prepared.. ..and test fitted! A massive amount of soldering went into this cabinet.. Ultimately, 164 solder points are made!! Trim is added. The system is tested and safety corners are added. Plexiglass is added to the front along with the decorative cover.. I present.. The Jaguar Arcade Cabinet!! From Rayman to Rampage! Jaguar and 7800 (and,of course, 2600) compatibility!! Thanks for viewing!!
  2. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    EXTREMEMELY OLD! Drawn in MSpaint. This was back when I played around with my old Rayman fan characters Twinkle and Spark, whom like Bubsy's relatives are his nephew and niece. And...this was also when I played around with the idea of giving Rayman a cute "Popple" like tail.

    © spongefox deviant art ubisoft nintendo sega

  3. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    While this pic contains Bubsy and Rayman, it also has Miles "Tails" Prower and Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel. Drawn WAY back in '05.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt, Sega, Nintendo

  4. I'm new here but not necessarily to the Jaguar library. I was looking for a thread on underrated/underappreciated Jaguar games and didn't find anything, so I'm sorry if I missed something. I feel like some Jag games don't get the love they deserve and I'm curious to get some other takes on this (either OG or homebrew titles). Here's my list: Brutal Sports Football -- I think this and NBA Jam are THE BEST 2 player games on the console and pretty much anytime I dust off my Jaguar I always gravitate towards this game. There's just something about watching old muscle heads with gray hair stabbing lizard men with knives and kicking their heads around the field. I love how Overtime is essentially a literal interpretation of "Sudden Death." I always felt the controls were excellent and I know that while it was originally released on the Amiga, they planned on ports for the SNES and Genesis. I'm sad we never got them, but the great pixel art combined with a cool single player tournament mode and pretty solid play mechanics has kept me coming back to my Jaguar for years. Doom -- I know Doom on the Jaguar gets some love, but I think it deserves more recognition due to it being the only port of the game coded by ID Software and became the anchor which nearly every other port of the game, including the excellent PSX version, were derived from. You could either spend all your parent's cash on a crazy expensive PC, play a handful of crappy console ports, or play the Jaguar version which still holds up today. Iron Soldier -- I hate mech games, but I adore Iron Soldier (never played the sequel). The first time I played this game and looked down at a tank shooting me from the ground, I was blown away that I could actually see my giant mech feet stomping the crap out of everything in the environment, including the poor tank! I still think the destruction on larger buildings looks pretty good, and this is still the only time I've ever felt like I was controlling this lumbering mechanical monster with a machine gun (and eventually a friggin' chainsaw). Rayman -- The original is still my favorite version of the game, and I know it's insanely hard and not perfectly balanced the closer to the end you get, but I still think this Jaguar game is one of the best on the console and pretty much any other retro console for that matter. Debatably the best looking game on the Jaguar, Ubi Soft really showed off how well the system could push a bunch of colorful sprites around the screen. The controls are pretty much perfect and the core gameplay is really fun, it's just the level design ranges from excellent to "huh?" after the first couple of stages. Power Drive Rally -- Another great looking Jaguar game, my only complaint with PDR is that the controls feel a bit stiff. Once you learn how the cars handle though, this is probably my favorite overhead racer in existence. There were some great ones for the Neo Geo, but I felt that you need ludicrous reaction time in those to survive, and I think that PDR found the perfect balance of warning signals and track design. This is another must have for me, even though I know it doesn't push the Jaguar very much, it just has a certain charm to it that you don't get in a lot of games today.
  5. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    From 05'

    © spongefox deviant art ubisoft nintendo sega

  6. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    Same goes for the twins.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  7. I am in the midst of my overly long and detailed walkthrough of Rayman and I have come to a part I have always been confused about. In the second level of Eraser Plains the stage is separated by a fall between two pencils. You can backtrack easily every where else in the level until you get to here. Once you fall down you cannot jump high enough to get back up. But once you continue on from here one of those ding sounds go off that lets you know something has been triggered. If you go back to the point with the two pencils there is now a pencil sharpener platform that takes you back up. Does anybody know why? I have never been able to find a reason for having access to the first part of the stage once you get towards the end. If anybody knows a reason or has any idea let me know please. Also does anybody have a suggestion for what I should call those ding sounds? Right now I plan on just calling them dings.
  8. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    One last piece of old art. There's more old art coming along, VERY soon. Bubsy plays dirty and takes out Rayman's blue contact lense. Drawn in 05'

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt, Sega, Nintendo

  9. Frederic Houde (Ubisoft) – Interview - Creator of Rayman on the Jaguar Hi guys, I recently had the ultimate pleasure of interviewing Ubisoft legend Frederic Houde. He is probably best known as the co-creator of Rayman! I ask a number of questions on how the game was made, how it was initially developed exclusively for the Jag and how he feels it compares to the PS1 version. I also ask him about the 'lost' SNES version of the game, his work on Beyond Good & Evil and lots more! Feel free to check it out: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/frederic-houde-rayman/ Kind regards Adrian
  10. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    from 2010. Rayman tries out a Bubsy style shirt.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  11. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    Also from '05. Bubsy taunts/shocks Rayman when he's seen in his style.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

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