You are purchasing a pre-order copy of Jeff Minter Classics. Pre-order games will ship in early December and should arrive in time for Christmas for those located in the US. Orders will be shipped in the order they were placed, so the sooner you place your order, the sooner you'll receive your copy. You will be charged immediately for your purchase.
Any other items purchased with your order will ship at the same time as pre-order games.
Jeff Minter Classics
For the first time on the Atari Jaguar, experience Jeff Minter's classic games "Llamatron 2112" and "Revenge of the Mutant Camels". Both games have been brought to the platform with the full blessing of Jeff Minter himself and are contained on a single cartridge.
Llamatron 2112: You play the part of a totally hard laser-spitting llama. Your mission is to collect all the tiny sheep, llamas, camels and goats you see on each wave. Standing in your way are great herds of unintelligent but numerous Grunt enemies, plus a veritable menagerie of nasty creeps which fire at you, dodge your fire, emit fire hydrants, try to ram you, murder your llamas and shoot your ass off with lasers. Kill them deadly. Not everything can be killed, and some enemies take more than one shot to destroy. Your ultimate objective - destroy the Ozric Tentacle of level 99 and get to Herd Heaven on level 100.
Revenge of the Mutant Camels: You are a rather threadbare-looking camel. If you are playing CPU Assist or Two-Player, you are accompanied by a large shaggy goat creature called an Ancipital. You are the Good Guys. Your mission is simple: stay alive through 42 zones of 7km each. These zones are populated by rampant telephone kiosks, skiing kangaroos, butch Greenham Common Peace Women, manic Minters, flying sheep and all the usual nonsense. These are the Bad Guys. They try to kill you off and you, naturally, and in keeping with the traditionally calm, rational, and thoughtful nature of videogames, get to waste them with lots of spectacularly destructive weaponry.
Jeff Minter Classics was created for the Atari Jaguar by fans who have enjoyed Jeff Minter's games for many years on various platforms, including, of course, Tempest 2000 on the Jaguar. Llamatron 2112 and Revenge of the Mutant Camels were released by Jeff Minter on the Atari ST computer platform, and these versions were expertly brought over to the Atari Jaguar by Lawrence Stavely, creator of Rebooteroids and the RAPTOR development API.
Artist William Thorup created breathtaking artwork for Jeff Minter Classics, with unique pieces created for both Llamatron 2112 and Revenge of the Mutant Camels. William Thorup is a big enthsiast of the Atari Jaguar, Lynx and Atari ST computers, and in 2016 created several original works featuring these systems as part of his Atari Propaganda Series. The box for Jeff Minter Classics is double-sided, featuring Llamatron 2112 on one side and Revenge of the Mutant Camels on the other. The manual was also created in this fashion, with the instructions for each game on opposite sides. And we're also including a double-sided poster with Jeff Minter Classics, with the artwork for each game displayed on opposite sides of the poster.
Jeff Minter Classics Poster
William Thorup's stunning artwork for the Jeff Minter Classics project is featured on a double-sided poster included free with the game! Like the box, one side displays the artwork for Llamatron: 2112, and the other side features Revenge of the Mutant Camels.
The standard Jeff Minter Classics' cartridge is dark gray, but you can upgrade your cart to a clear shell for $5. To do so, select the "Clear Cartridge" option at the top of the page.
Jeff Minter Classics includes a professionally printed, full-color box, a 16-page color manual, game cartridge, and double-sided poster featuring the beautiful artwork created for the Llamatron 2112 and Revenge of the Mutant Camels.
You are purchasing a pre-order copy of Jeff Minter Classics. This means that the game will not ship until early December. The game is complete, we have all printed materials on hand (boxes, manuals, labels), and components to build the games (cartridges and circuit boards), but our schedule does not allow us to start shipping games until December. Orders will be shipped in the order they were placed, so the sooner you place your order, the sooner you'll receive your copy. You will be charged immediately for your purchase.
Any other items placed with your order will ship at the same time as pre-order games.