The Atari Jaguar CD is a fifth generation (1993–2005) CD-ROM peripheral for the Atari Jaguar video game console developed and distributed by Atari Corporation. It was released in September 1995 in North America at a retail price of $149.95. The...
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - 2015
Alice's Mom's Rescue is an indie puzzle / platformer game in the pure style of retro pixel art. The giant raven has captured Alice's mother. Help Alice save her mother through the 3 worlds and 25 levels! Change Alice's height by jumping on the magic mushrooms to get through the tiny spaces. But be aware that a small size will also affect Alice's physical abilities! Solve puzzles, beware of the evil cats, birds, bats & spikes, and find the right path to victory!
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - November 15, 2018
Why spend hundreds of dollars on pest control? Why hire strange, overweight, smelly men with tanks on their backs to come into your home, squirting fowl smelling liquids all over your precious preciouses? THAT'S RIGHT! You have the power to stop your home infestation and free yourself from these ant invaders! JUST SQUISH THEM WITH YOUR FINGER! That's right, that same finger you just had crammed up your nose for the last 15 minutes! Put that picker to work and get to squishing! Ants is a unique game about getting rid of common household pests using nothing but your finger. The game contains options designed to drastically change the gameplay depending on what options you select prior to play. Not all options will be available the first time you play. You will need to unlock all of the special options by achieving certain high scores throughout the game.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - January 1, 1995
Asteroids is an arcade space shooter released in November 1979] by Atari, Inc. and designed by Lyle Rains, Ed Logg, and Dominic Walsh. The player controls a spaceship in an asteroid field which is periodically traversed by flying saucers. The object of the game is to shoot and destroy asteroids and saucers while not colliding with either or being hit by the saucers' counter-fire. The game becomes harder as the number of asteroids increases. Asteroids was conceived during a meeting between Logg and Rains and used hardware developed by Howard Delman previously used for Lunar Lander. Based on an unfinished game titled Cosmos and inspired by Spacewar! and Computer Space, both early shoot 'em up video games, Asteroids ' physics model and control scheme were derived by Logg from these earlier games and refined through trial and error. The game is rendered on a vector display in a two-dimensional view that wraps around in both screen axes. Acclaimed by players and video game critics for its vector graphics, controls, and addictive gameplay, Asteroids was one of the first major hits of the golden age of arcade games. The game sold over 70,000 arcade cabinets and proved both popular with players and influential with developers. It has since been ported to multiple platforms. Asteroids was widely imitated and directly influenced two popular and often cloned arcade games, Defender and Gravitar, as well as many other video games.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - February 18, 2006
Similar to the famous ST Atomic which is both a mind game and also a tool to learn some basic knowledge of chemistry.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - December 1, 1995
Ever want to rule the world? With Baldies you have the resources, but do you have the strategy and skill? Build your own society complete with workers, builders, soldiers, and scientists, and use them to conquer enemy territory. When it comes to killing your foe, creativity is highly encouraged. You can skunk 'em, drown 'em, blow 'em up, and electrocute 'em. Plan your attack well. The enemy is trying to do the same to you!
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - December 1, 1995
Battlemorph is the Jaguar CD sequel to the first Jaguar cartridge, Cybermorph. This game takes place 30 years after the original. The Pernitian empire, long thought to be extinct, is back with a vengeance. Your new War Griffon craft must travel to 8 different star clusters so that your star ship can find the plasma it needs to make it's way to the Pernish cluster. Once you take out the Pernish home world, the galaxy may be safe from the Pernitians once and for all.
Atari Jaguar CD - Unreleased
Black ICE\White Noise is an unreleased action-adventure video game that was in development and planned to be published by Atari Corporation on a scheduled December 1995 release date exclusively for the Atari Jaguar CD. It is influenced by the works of American-Canadian writer William Gibson such as Neuromancer and its plot is very reminiscent of The Matrix, which came three years later after the project was discontinued. The player would have follow the story about a group of three characters in a fictional United States city on the year 2042, as they performed multiple missions and tasks such as assassination, computer hacking, exploration, street fighting and other assignments along the way. Originally conceived internally in 1994 as an mascot platform game by Sam Tramiel to represent Atari Corp., it later evolved into a more mature title involving a cyberpunk setting. After multiple delays and expenses, Atari Corp. cancelled the game in 1996, a decision seen by the video game press as an indication that the company was preparing to stop support for the Jaguar, especially as one of the other games for the system, Thea Realm Fighters, was also cancelled at the same time, with the game being close to completion. Although unreleased, several playable prototypes have been released and sold online by people such as B.J. West, one of the original producers of the game and video game collector Clint Thompson, who got the rights to publish one of the playable prototypes.
Atari Jaguar CD - August 1, 1995
A top U.N. General named Drako has gone renegade. As a member of the U.N's Blue Lightning squad, you must stop him from organizing a global crime empire and holding the world for ransom. Use a multi-national selection of deadly fighter and attack aircraft to stop Drako's military forces. Only you stand between Drako and world domination!
Atari Jaguar CD - March 1, 1996
In Brain Dead 13, the player takes on the role of a young computer expert who one day is called to fix a computer at some scary castle and in no time flat, finds himself in trouble. It is up to the player to use the complex moves of an interactive movie to escape from the castle. This animated adventure is basically based on the player's judgment on which direction you think the character might go, and if the player guesses wrong, death.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - January 1, 2006
Technical Notes This game is for the Jaguar 64bit System. You will need the BJL Bios and the BJL cable to load the game in the Jaguar Ram at $4000. Or use the provided encrypted CD Image to burn it on a cdrom and start the game from the Jaguar CD System. The Game Diamjag is a reflexion game, you are a ball and must catch all the diamonds in each levels. There are 28 fascinating levels with walls around. The walls are the only obstacles of the ball, so you can't stop the ball when you go into a direction. The Online System The most interesting feature is the high score. When you finish a level, you get a code. If you enter this code on the DiamJag Website you may appear on the online worldwide ranking. So you have to be the fastest !
Atari Jaguar CD - October 15, 1995
Dragon's Lair features the hero, Dirk the Daring, attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe, who has locked Princess Daphne in the foul wizard Mordroc's castle. The screen shows animated cutscenes, and the player executes an action by selecting a direction or pressing the sword button with correct timing, requiring the player to memorize each scenario in order to clear each quick time event. The comedy aspects of the game stemmed not only from the bizarre looking creatures and humorous death scenes, but also the fact that while Dirk was a skilled knight, he was somewhat clumsy in his efforts, as well as being a reluctant hero, prone to shrieking and reacting in horror to the various dangers he encounters.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - June 23, 2017
The spiritual successor to the Atari 2600 game FAST FOOD by Telesys. In this game you take on the role of Mighty Mouth, a disembodied pair of hungry lips that are on a munching binge. You must watch out for the dreaded Purple Pickles because if you accidently eat too many Mighty Mouth will get indigestion and die! Game included five different modes, including a recreation of the original Atari 2600 game.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - December 7, 2018
Make no mistake, Fast Food 64: Holiday Snacks is not just a Christmas re-skin of Fast Food 64. It is a BRAND NEW game with an entirely new code base written from the ground up. FAST FOOD 64 has returned for a Holiday inspired TRUE sequel! In Fast Food 64: Holiday Snacks you can play in one of 3 exciting arcade style game modes! The game also features a Christmas techno soundtrack with 5 music tracks, all of which are MP3 quality sound! You will hear these jamming beats in the different game modes, or you can listen to them as you wish in the games' Music Test Mode.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - 2007
Frog Feast is an after-market video game developed by Rastersoft for several game consoles. The latest system to receive the game was the Atari Jaguar and its CD attachment in 2007. While originally offered through Oldergames, due to difficulties with the company, Rastersoft has begun to sell Frog Feast directly. Gameplay Frog Feast is a tribute to the Mattel Intellivision game Frog Bog, and play is nearly identical. The game is played by either a single player against the CPU or a second player. Each version of Frog Feast is graphically identical, but limitations in storage media have led to alteration or removal of some aspects, including music and sound. Jaguar CD controversy The Atari Jaguar CD version handled by Oldergames in 2007 met many difficulties in the first run, as all fifty numbered copies were defective. The way in which they handled the problem left fans of the system considering a class-action lawsuit against Oldergames, which may have led to the operation closing down shop.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - September 14, 2017
Finally you can play the arcade classic you know and love on the Atari Jaguar 64 bit multimedia system! This game hops onto your console with brilliant 24 bit color rich environments and a classic style of gameplay that never gets old. Its FROGZ 64 and you better move quick or you will become a frog legs dinner, served hot off the pavement! This game is a tribute to the froggie type arcade games from the 80's era.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - June 7, 2013
"Flying through space is no picnic. Commanding an intergalactic space vessel isn't all plaid blankets and wicker baskets. All manner of peculiar happenings might ruin one's day. Take planets for instance. They're big. Really big. Often rather solid, too. For these reasons alone, it's usually advisable not to involve yourself in any sort of altercation with one, particularly when travelling through hyperspace. This was now something Space Corps Commander Gwyn Williams knew only too well, as, from his vantage point high in the upper atmosphere, he observed the fragments of his vessel scattered over the surface of this particular example of Big Solid Planet. Sliced into three sections with the ship's cargo falling from orbit all around him, he wondered how this day might possibly get any worse... Ah! Of course! An onslaught of deadly rocks - simply perfect!" Rebuild and reload your crashed space craft whilst fending off endless waves of hostile aliens and meteors in 16 unique levels spread over 4 worlds! Full Circle: Rocketeer features 50/60 FPS fluid gameplay (PAL/NTSC) powered by Reboot's Raptor game engine, 8 channel digital sound.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - February 1, 2006
Gorf is a game that consists of five levels: The first level called Astro Battles has the player's ship behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with the player's ship and shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; this level bears the most resemblance to Space Invaders. The second level called Laser Attack is made up of a formation of ships, with some that swoop down and a laser that fires at the player's ship. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level. The third level is called Galaxians, and as the name suggests it is very similar to the game Galaxian with ships constantly dive bombing the player's spaceship. This mission only appears in the Arcade version. The fourth level called Space Warp, has the player entering hyperspace.. The viewpoint switches from a top-down view to a behind-the-ship view. One by one, alien vessels will come out and fly in a circular formation shooting at the player's ship with the players goal being to destroy each one. The fifth and final level is called Flag Ship. In this level, the player does not fight a wave of enemies, but a single one which happens to be a large Flag Ship with a weak spot which is its core. Hitting the weak spot will instantly destroy it, but the player must first shoot through a similar shield that the player had in the first level. Finishing the game increases the player's rank and starts the game over at level 1 with a faster game speed for more challenge.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - October 1, 1995
Quentin McCloud must rescue clan members during a journey across his world in this game for the Jaguar CD. Quentin is portrayed in 3D, as are his enemies, but most of his world is in 2D (much like Alone in the Dark and Resident Evil). Unfortunately, the 3D polygon construction of the characters is hideous, though the backgrounds and cut scenes are well done. The first-person control scheme has promise, but suffers from multiple problems. If Quentin is attacked from behind, by the time he pivots, he's usually dead. Highlander is a mediocre game deserving of consideration from Highlander fans but, even considering the scarcity of Jaguar CD titles, probably best left alone by others.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - October 1, 1995
Hover Strike is a futuristic 3D action game where you pilot a lone hovercraft in a series of missions against overwhelming enemy forces. You must use your speed, firepower, and displays to outfight and outwit the enemy. The game presents a series of missions which must be completed before you can advance. Goals include destroying a certain number or type of enemy units. The missions take place in a variety of different planetary environments.
Atari Jaguar CD - December 1, 1997
Iron Soldier 2 is a first-person 3D giant mech game. Players must pilot their building-sized robots in a variety of missions ranging from search-and-destroy to surgical attacks to defending objectives. Starting with a limited set of weapons, players can collect more armaments throughout the game. Each weapon can be mounted on a certain part of the robot's body, but once mounted, no other weapons can be placed there. So, while there is a wide range of weapon configurations, not every weapon can be combined with others. Players can destroy buildings in levels to find crates containing new weapons and extra ammunition for current weapons.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - 2001
A 3d Pac-Man homebrew game by Matthias Domin with a surprising leap forward in Pac-Man technology. You can jump!
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - 1995
The first homebrew title programmed for the Jaguar dates back to 1995, which was a Jaguar version of Tetris called JSTetris (often referred as Jaguar Tetris or JagTris) developed using a hacked Jaguar (BJL, ROM replaced by custom software).
Atari Jaguar CD - Unlicensed
An action/puzzle game, the object is to catch assorted color falling tiles and create rows, columns, or diagonals of a single color. Each level requires a different pattern to be made, and the tiles fall faster, more at a time, and in an increasing number of colors as the game progresses. The Atari ST version of the game was ported by Cyrano Jones.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - January 1, 1995
You have just stumbled upon a most intriguing book, a book titled Myst. You have no idea where it came from, who wrote it, or how old it is. Reading through its pages provides you with only a description of an island world. But it's just a book, isn't it? As you reach the end of the book, you lay your hand on a page. Suddenly your own world dissolves into blackness, replaced with the island world the pages described. Now you're here, wherever here is, with no option but to explore. Myst is a first-person point-and-click adventure where the player controls a character known as The Stranger. Magically transported into the world described in the book, he needs to explore Myst Island and solve its mysteries. The game is presented as a series of static scenes where the player acts with the environment by clicking and manipulating objects. There are no enemies and it is not possible to die. Through Myst Island, the game is further divided into mini-worlds set in different ages accessed through different books. The game's interface is reduced to a single cursor for navigation and interaction. Rather than collecting items and using them to solve puzzles, the player must gather subtly placed clues and manipulate complex mechanical devices in order to advance in the game. The world of Myst is mostly uninhabited, and the game has very few live-action scenes with characters and dialogue.
Atari Jaguar CD
You have just stumbled upon a most intriguing book, a book titled Myst. You have no idea where it came from, who wrote it, or how old it is. Reading through its pages provides you with only a description of an island world. But it's just a book, isn't it? As you reach the end of the book, you lay your hand on a page. Suddenly your own world dissolves into blackness, replaced with the island world the pages described. Now you're here, wherever here is, with no option but to explore.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - December 1, 1995
Primal Rage is a one-on-one fighting game featuring dinosaurs and giant apes as the fighters. The graphics are done with digitized stop-motion animation. Gameplay is similar to Mortal Kombat in that it is viewed from a side perspective, and features deadly finishing moves at the end of the match.
Atari Jaguar CD - September 1, 2014
Protector: RESURGENCE is an Action game, developed and published by Songbird Productions, which was released in 2014.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - May 30, 2011
Robinson's Requiem is a 1994 survival simulation game developed by Silmarils and published by ReadySoft. The game has one sequel, Deus, released in 1996.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - August 31, 2019
In Saucer Wars you take on the role of scientist Milo Marslender. Your mission is to stop an alien invasion of Earth with your home made laser turret prototype. The aliens use special rifts in space to get to our planet faster. Your laser turret has accidently tuned into the alien forces signal. A timer on your laser turret will count down to zero. Once your timer hits zero, a new rift in psace time wipp open up, transporting you and your laser turret to another location! Keep taking out alien forces until you can reach the alien homeworld and destroy their Queen. It's up to you Dr. Marslender, now get out there and save humanity!
Atari Jaguar CD - Unreleased
Soulstar is a hybrid rail shooter/third-person shooter video game developed and originally published by Core Design for the Sega CD in Europe on April 1994, then in North America by Time Warner Interactive on September 1994, and later in Japan by Victor Entertainment on December 22 of the same year as well. Ports for the 32X, Atari Jaguar CD and PC were in development by Core Design, but they were never released.
Atari Jaguar CD - January 1, 1996
Space Ace is something like an interactive cartoon. You don't control each and every action of your character, but you control his reactions to the events taking place around him. As you watch each of the more than 40 animated sequences play out, you must decide in which direction Ace should go and when. You must choose at what points he should wield his laser staff and fire his laser gun, and when he should jump, duck, or run.
Atari Jaguar CD - Homebrew - 2002
SuperFly is an extremely, extremely simple game. Or at least its controls are. Your task is to fly a vehicle at a steady pace through a scrolling cave system, with your only method of input being a single button. Press the button to give your vessel lift, release it and gravity will do its work. At all times, you must avoid crashing into the top and bottom of the cave, and avoid the obstacles which appear a screen apart. It is all rather similar to Dragonwing. To spice things up, SuperFly has everything a modern game must have (save for complex controls and 3D graphics). It has different game modes, different vessels, a system of experience points to lock up new areas and modes, a picture gallery, a jukebox and even a gamma setting.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - September 21, 1995
In Vid Grid, the video of a music video is chopped up into a grid (like a 3x3 square) and randomly rearranged. Some pieces may be flipped vertically or horizontally. As the music video plays it is up to the player to reassemble the pieces into a coherent image. Once the video has been reassembled the player can watch the rest of the music video in its unscrambled form. The music videos contained in Vid Grid are mainly popular MTV fare from the mid-1990s. Some of the bands represented include Aerosmith, Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix.
Atari Jaguar CD - Released - May 1, 1997
World Tour Racing was the first racer available for the Atari Jaguar CD. Earlier cartridge games, like Super Burnout and Checkered Flag were received with mixed reviews, which created some excitement for the release of WTR. Gameplay includes customizable cars, seven different racing views, and surprisingly intelligent AI. World Tour Racing also features a damage system -- too many mid-race collisions will force drivers to the pits.