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  1. For one Jaguar homebrew idea I have, here's what I want it to sound for the most part: I have two songs for it made, along with some graphics. Speaking of Baroque, the Saturn/PS1 is now available in English and Spanish! If you have a Satiator or a PS1 SD card reader, now is the time to download the patches. (I have the Wii remake, by the way.)
  2. Atari Jaguar motherboard stock image. Hi i picked up this NTSC Jag a while back for a really good price. It was sold as parts. It arrived but had no cables or games to test it with. I then got straight to ordering and installing the parts for it. I assumed it was the typical no power fault. I ordered and replaced the Caps, Replacement custom Bios socketed, Power Button as it was missing a power button, looks like somebody worked on this before. All of that was ordered from Console5 and installed. Then i ordered and replaced the Reg1 Sound chip and the U38 Regulator Chip commonly known to fail. I then installed the 50/60hz switch mod, a very simple mod and did the diode mod to protect the console from reverse polarity, also a basic mod. I then ordered the PSU 9v 2amps, a game Iron Solder mint in box, a boxed controller, RGB cables from Retro GameCables. I was ready to test and enjoy playing on this machine. I powered it on and no video signal, no audio. Tried it directly through the tv and nothing, no signal. I tried it through the OSSC and same thing, no sync, almost as if it wasn’t even turned on even though the Led is brightly lit. I then realised this is more complicated then i thought. I tried switching to RF and it made no difference. I undid the Diode mod, it made no difference. I went over my caps i broke two traces during the recapping process but fixed it right after i originally replaced those caps. I reflowed and tested those damaged traces and checked for other damaged traces with my multimeter, and i did not find any cut traces. I checked whether the caps were in the right place and everything was installed in the right place, in the right polarity. I reflowed the cart connector, bios, Reg1 and U38 chips and it made no difference, socketed the old bios back in and nothing. I cleaned the motherboard again with ipa 99% making sure i get the cart and av connector cleaned properly with my qtips and a soft pcb brush and nothing. I then tried to tap out the audio from the RF connections using my headphone jack shorted with ground and i only get a slight puffy sound. I lastly decided to put my finger on the CPU chip and that runs warm. The Graphics chip and that pretty much runs hot, is that normal? Overall i can’t figure out what’s wrong with this Jaguar and what the cause of it’s fault is. Can anyone help me figure this out? It’s sad coming across a fault like this on a rare system. I presume the Graphics chip is dead in this machine or hopefully maybe the video encoder chip, ram, missing parts maybe, not sure. I order a replacement power inductor. 120uh/mh and will see if that fixes it when it arrives.
  3. Dear all, Along with all our Atari Jaguar based interviews, Arcade Attack also have a few fun review and podcasts based on the amazing Jaguar. Below is a nice list with all our written reviews and podcast links! Enjoy! All feedback appreciated! Podcasts: Written Reviews and Articles: Atari Jaguar - Arcade Attack Rarest Atari Jaguar Games - Top Ten! Arcade Attack Another World (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Atari Karts (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Brutal Sports Football (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack DOOM (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Tempest 2000 (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Trevor McFur (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Troy Aikman NFL Football (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack White Men Can't Jump (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Wolfenstein 3D (Jaguar Review) - Arcade Attack Please let me know what you think! Thank you all, Adrian.
  4. Hello.I have bying a Atari Jaguar with Switchless Mod.When Pushing the Power Button for 2 Seconds then i can Green 50 hz and Red 60hz Ntsc..This whas today not function.Iam Open the Atari Jaguar and see that a cable is off.Can you say me who that cable must be exactly on the Jaguar?
  5. We had had so many Atari Jaguar legends on Arcade Attack. From BJ West to Leonard Tramiel and James Hampton. Please enjoy our list of amazing guests below: Podcasts: Joe Cain: Bill Rehbock: James Hampton: Faran Thomason: Text Interview: Leonard Tramiel (Atari/Commodore) - Interview - Arcade Attack Vincent Baillet (Loriciel/Psygnosis) - Interview - Arcade Attack Conrad Barski (FlipOut!) - Interview - Arcade Attack Andrew Burgess (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Carl Forhan (Songbird Productions) - Interview - Arcade Attack Aaron Fothergill (Amiga/Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Tal Funke-Bilu (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack The Atari Jaguar Game By Game Podcast - Interview - Arcade Attack Johannes Graf (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Lars Hannig (Atari Jaguar Homebrew) - Interview - Arcade Attack Jeffrey Johnson (Wave 1) - Interview - Arcade Attack Dan McNamee (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Phil Nixon (Rage) - Interview - Arcade Attack Mario Perdue (Breakout 2000) - Interview - Arcade Attack Nicolas Persijn (Rotary Controllers/Jaguar Fan) - Arcade Attack Joe Sousa (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Darryl Still (Atari/Kiss Ltd) - Interview - Arcade Attack Faran Thomason (Atari/Nintendo) - Interview - Arcade Attack BJ West (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Francois Bertrand (Atari/SEGA) - Interview - Arcade Attack Stephen Mitchell (Lore/Atari) - Q&A - Arcade Attack Mark Hooley (Atari/Imagitec) - Interview - Arcade Attack Silvio Porretta (Atari/Neversoft) - Interview - Arcade Attack Shaun McClure (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack James Hampton (LucasArts/Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Mike Mika (Atari) - Interview - Arcade Attack Olivier Nallet (Jaguar supremo/Quantic Dream/EA/Valve) - Interview - Arcade Attack Kristi Louise Herd (Imagitec) - Interview - Arcade Attack Frederic Houde (Ubisoft) - Interview - Arcade Attack Is there anyone missing you'd love me to interview? Thanks everyone, Love Adrian!
  6. Could the release of the infamous Black Ice/White Noise saved the Jaguar and even Atari? Myself and the rest of the Arcade Attack crew have recorded a special Atari Jaguar CD podcast for Arcade where we discuss the ill-fated peripheral, why it failed and whether Black Ice/White Noise could have helped save the Jaguar and even Atari! Please give it a listen if you get a chance and let me know if you agree with our verdict - here are all the nice links below: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/podcast-july-2-2017/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arcade-attack-podcast/id1174983594 https://soundcloud.com/user-960533620 http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/arcade-attack-retro-gaming-podcast http://arcadeattackpodcast.podbean.com/?source=pb https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb6cTE7T1yiBMdrb6qcrRXw If you enjoyed the podcast, please feel free to subscribe for future episodes. Please also enjoy a nice interview with the main man behind Black Ice/White Noise - B.J. West: http://www.arcadeattack.co.uk/bj-west/ Kind Regards Adrian
  7. Hey All! In a few weeks I'll be releasing my JAG2GEN Jaguar AV adapter. This adapter allows you to connect Sega Genesis (Model 2) AV cables to your Atari Jaguar. This provides a more common and readily available solution for connecting your Atari Jaguar to an SDTV or HDTV. The JAG2GEN works great with HD Retrovision cables (Genesis Model 2) and works even better with HD Retrovision cables connected to a scan converter like OSSC. I've created a sign up list for anyone interest: https://www.humblebazooka.com/product/jag2gen-jaguar-av-to-genesis-cables/ (pre-production shell subject to change upon release) Features: Supports Genesis Model 2 AV cabes Supports HD Retrovision cables Allows you to use an OSSC or RetroTink to upscale for better video quality Properly attenuated sync Custom designed and professionally assembled PCB Custom designed 3D printed shell FAQ: Q) What is the JAG2GEN? A) The JAG2GEN is an adapter that simply converts your Jaguar’s AV signal to that of a Genesis model 2 AV cable. Q) Will it make my picture quality look better A) Not by itself but the JAG2GEN captures your Jaguar’s RGB signals allowing a scan converter to make your Jaguar games look amazing. Q) Why not straight to HDMI? A) Converting and upscaling 240p signal from RGB requires a lot of development time in hardware and software, requiring hardware that would inflate the cost of this adapter to the end user. I wanted to develop something simple that anyone can afford and use. Q) Is this the same thing as Helder's "JAG2SNES" adapter? A) It's very similar and uses a similar circuit and components. The JAG2SNES was actually my idea I pitched to Helder who then made the PCBs. I designed the shell, did all the R&D testing, and we eventually got the adapter to market. I've learned from that experience and decided to make my own adapter and offer an option for people with Genesis model 2 AV cables. Q) Is this the same thing as Jody Hicks' (Judas-Prime) Jag AV adapters? A) Nope - same concept, different execution! This is a ground up solution I've developed. If you already own Jody's adapter, there's probably no reason to buy this if his performs how you want it to. I'm sure I don't need to tell you guys how awesome of a dude Jody is. But he openly endorsed Helder's and my JAG2SNES adapter via Twitter, which he didn't have to do.
  8. I like the 7800 and 5200 games (store/vault) on the vcs. Any talks of future Jaguar games? I feel with a lower price (I got my VCS for 250) and Jaguar games in the store, you're going to see more VCS owners imo. Having every atari console on the vcs would be great. There would be a lot of people that would purchase NBA Jam, Doom, Tempest 2000, and Aliens vs Predator.
  9. Hi, For anyone interested, I have listed my Atari Jaguar Translucent console shell along with a translucent Jaguar cartridge shel (with ATARI and Fuji logos on back) on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/194808102590?hash=item2d5b77bebe:g:H8UAAOSwA7BiAv39 I purchased this from the moulding that was going to be used for the now (and perhaps always) defunct RETRO VGS project. I planned to do something with this shell but never got around to it so it comes NEW/Unused. Cheers!! Serblander
  10. Every once in a while I use my limited photoshop skills to dream what if Atari would have been taking over the video games industry with the Jag.
  11. Before I begin, this will focus on original titles, and not arcade ports. -Zenithian Khei (Mega Man X meets Super Turrican 2) -Ginnan (Actraiser with an Old English/Anglo-Saxon twist. Part of the Middanyeard series.) -At least three shmups/space shooters. -At least two more Middanyeard games. -At least two titles in the Demon Lands series. -One Isometric game.
  12. My Retro/Vintage Gaming Hobby I Am a Child from the Dawn of the Video Game Age Taking a side trip here away from my adventures here. Anyone who knows me personally, can attest that I am somewhat of a geek and so it’s no surprise that I became an mechanical/aerospace engineer by trade. With that stated, I always had an interest in building things and tinkering with electronics, etc.. As I was growing up in the 70's I was fortunate to experience and be able to participate in the dawn of a new era. It all started simple enough with my father coming back from a business trip in Texas one year with one of the first ever digital calculators. I was hooked. I loved the display, the tactile feel of the buttons and the ease of use. I was further inspired when I saw advanced calculators becoming available and even into my high school and college years where I always had to have the latest programmable calculators for my science, math and eventually engineering courses. Now this seems pretty minor in this day and age, but back then, looong before cell phones, home computers, high level object oriented programming languages, etc.. this was an exciting era for me. Read more here... http://rubikonadventures.blogspot.com... A long time friend of mine came by for a visit one day and asked if it was OK to shoot video of my old video game collection and my "man cave" where I hibernate during the winter months when I am not out exploring. Enjoy another facet of my persona here: https://youtu.be/818OZog0Y4I Me Meeting Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari and founder of the industry.
  13. Hi folks! I'm old Atari fan since about 1988 and I have read recently an article that if Jag games would be highly optimized and some hw constraints/bugs would be removed from the Jag then it could outperform even the PSX. I would just wonder if somebody would be willing to take that task these days and prove the concept by removing all the hw issues and creating working prototype ideally with simple game demo to show its true potential and maybe it would kickstart the new era for Jag by producing and selling fixed Jag version that would be much more powerful than the original one but not by adding more powerful chips in it but quite the opposite by just fixing the hw issues and polishing it overall and maybe even by removing the 68k chip entirely as Carmack suggested. And if there would be sufficient interest from community about such revised version of Jag then there would be space to start producing and selling games that would be on par with PSX or even better ones and that would spark just more interest about Jag and create an endless loop like snowball effect that would help to prolong Jag lifespan and make it thrive even more. These days by using the crowdfunding option such project would be entirely feasible if I look at how vibrant the Jag community is and if someone would be interested and capable enough to take and deliver that job after first some research would be done and the result would be that there is enough interest from the community to undergo such daunting task. Of course it would be more a hobby project that would just cover the costs and maybe could even make some extra money as to hw devs so to game devs too rather than expecting some serious money out of it. But if anybody would be interested about such project or any other interesting project within or outside of realm of the Jag or Atari that would be innovative enough and had a sufficient potential to invest the time and effort in it especially but not mandatory if it could make some serious money too then I could help with marketing and business side of things cause I used to be quite successful in sales in the past. So what do you guys think about such project? Do you think it could be feasible these days and there would be sufficient interest from the community? If anybody would be interested about such project or have other interesting project/s that would need the help on marketing or business side of things then let me know and I will gladly give you at least some advices if not get involved into the project directly or more actively. Thanks for your responses!
  14. Setting the record straight - I made some critical mistakes in my first video. Sorry about that. ?
  15. Hello JAGUAR fans all over the world! Here we are again with another nice piece of gear themed after your beloved 64-bit system. This time it's a Jaguar backpack with factory made elastic zipper-tag featuring beautiful "JAGUAR" logo! More details about our new product can be found, among others via eBay: eBay UK eBay USA
  16. So I have been trying to do some research on this canceled Atari Jaguar game for some time. I know that High Voltage was making it and that it was almost finished, and that a number of Mortal Kombat actors were involved, but what happened to the game's code and how did some of these builds get released? I actually spoke with Daniel Pesina and he said that he and Ho-Sung Pak actually wanted to finish the game and release it, but that never happened. I was able to get ahold of a few cartridges on eBay that somebody was selling with the Test, Alpha and Beta builds. Sorry if I seem like I'm repeating myself, I am just looking for information on this and how we could try to find a near-finished version since apparently at an old convention someone showed off a near finished build of the game.
  17. When I first started working on Zilch for the Jaguar, I had 3 primary goals: 1. Create an affordable 6MB game using the maximum allotted ROM size the Jaguar could use, although Atari never officially made/released any 6MB games. This forced me to create a custom 6MB PCB. Thankfully they work great! 2. Implement at least 40 voice over lines using a real female voice actor dedicated to the in-game character. Some run of the mill responses but packed with a playful personality and emotion, with lines like: •Shall we play a game? (Engaging Intro) •I was born to win! (Confident Win) •Let the good times roll. (Cheesy game start) •Haaa! (Sass win player loses round) ...and 100 other lines, some which include sighing, laughing, and frustration. 3. Create matching character animation graphics using recent facial capture technologies, to be rendered across an array of high-end NVIDIA GPUs (18,944 CUDA Cores for the tech junkies) That's a lot of work and horse power for just a single (seemingly simple on the surface) game but is far more complex to achieve the desired results of an animated, photo-realistic interactive title. Much to my surprise, far more voice lines managed to fit than I had originally expected. After some optimizing, there's now 122 to be exact and at the low cost of just 1.8MB of space at 16Khz, which proves to be perfect for voice audio playback. While experimenting with using 11Khz (it would have allowed for even more) the flip side was that there needed to be balance and the higher quality of audio is preferable. Seeing as how I have already tripled the expected amount of voice lines originally intended, increased audio resolution only made sense. The audio quality difference from 11Khz to 16Khz is quite drastic with a small price to pay on the ROM usage front. As it stands, there are more voice lines than will be used in the game but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It gives room for variety.. or room to breathe with options, while possibly adding replay value. A few will certainly get nixed in the end but I'll use as many as I can to ensure the game doesn't grow immediately stale after just a few rounds of playing. There has been a lot of progress in other areas of the game that I'll soon touch on but this one has been kind of surprising in terms of usable audio assets. DO THE MATH!
  18. Hey All. I design and 3D print (FDM and MSLA) various parts for retro consoles and sell them on my shop. I've created a few items for the Atari Jaguar and Jag CD recently that cover the cartridge slot, controller ends, and controller ports. Links to my shop: Controller Port Cover - $9.95 Controller Caps - $4.95 Cartridge Slot Cover - $9.95 Jag CD Cartridge Slot Cover - $9.95 Thanks for looking!
  19. Lately I've seen some downright bizarre auctions on ShopGoodwill, where the prices shoot WAY up beyond eBay value. Here's one good example, an in-progress auction for three pretty common Jaguar games and the official gamer's guide: Checkered Flag CIB Club Drive CIB Theme Park CIB Gamer's Guide $216 and counting plus shipping with 36 hours to go...huh? Based on eBay sold listings, the value is around $100. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/70479842
  20. This adapter was made to breakout the Atari Jaguar’s many video outputs to a more common and easily found set of cables the SNES Cables to allow you to play your classic games in better quality especially compared to the standard RF Audio/Video output. The RF output is very blurry and noisy out from the 90’s that is not a standard supported today. This adapter works great when paired with RGB Scart or HD Retrovision cables and run through a upscaler like the OSSC, RetroTink, or GBS! Features: Fits the back of the Jaguar without obstructing the Serial IO Link (DSP Port) Custom 3D enclosure designed by me Hand painted lettering on 3D enclosure to make it pop and match the Jaguar colors All SNES cables including official and 3rd party cables will work with this adapter Gold Plated contacts with a beveled edge for easy insertion of SNES Cables S-Video, Composite, RGB Scart, HD Retrovision Component cables all tested to work with the adapter Sync (C-Sync) has the proper filtering and attenuation to work with all upscalers Jaguar 9v regulated to 5v output for all proper RGB televisions and upscalers like the OSSC $25 USD + Shipping Purchase Here Demo video:
  21. Hello, all! I'm currently seeking the following to add to my Jaguar library: Missile Command 3D Zero 5 (Songbird Release) While CIB is ideal, I'm still open to loose copies with or without the manual, as long as they're in good shape. Missile Command 3D is at a higher priority at the moment. I understand that asking for Zero 5 might be a long shot, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask. I do have a few Jaguar games I'd like to trade if they equal the value for any of the three, or if it's a game you're looking for; but I'm also open to buying at a reasonable or negotiable price. If anyone's interested in trading, here's what I have for the Jag. I can send pictures of their condition, if requested via PM. I-War (CIB) - Right Side of Spine is damaged, but the rest of the box is fine. Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (CIB) - In NOS box with very minor to no damage! Power Drive Rally (Cartridge Only) Thank you for your time and consideration! EDIT: Removed Ultra Vortek. I missed an eBay listing of MC3D this morning, so I'm still open to any offers if interested.
  22. I have five (5) Atari Jaguar reproduction game boxes available: Alien vs. Predator Brutal Sports Football NBA Jam: Tournament Edition Rayman Wolfenstein 3D I had originally purchased these from eBay but they took three months (!) to arrive, so I wound up getting them from a different source in the meantime and no longer have a need for these. These are NOT universal game cases with a sleeve insert. Rather, these are game boxes made of thick paper/card stock similar to what you would get from the Atari ST ports by Gaztee but not quite up to the quality we have all come to expect from Marc O. and the AA Store. Would be happy to sell as a lot or piece out a la carte. Asking $10/box with free shipping. Each one also comes with a cartridge holder (as pictured). If you want more than one box, I can shave off some $$$.
  23. I went through some old pictures the other day and found some from JagFest 1998. I thought it might be nice to upload them here for posterity and see if anyone recognizes themselves or someone they know. Highlights that I remember: Hosted by Kevin Manne Battlesphere demo Thea Realm Fighters demo Steve Scavone showing Gorf 3D progress Aircars networked play Super Burnout tournament (1st place: Wes Powell) Tempest 2000 tournament (1st place: Wes Powell who absolutely crushed it) Psychedelic Pong tournament (1st place: Me) Ultra Vortek tournament (1st place: Wes Powell) Native demo (I believe this was the first time I saw/played it) Various homebrew for play loaded by bjl (if I remember correctly) Dave Bell talking about his wealth of knowledge on the Tramiels as well as his vaporware game, Defcon 1 (I believe it was his Alpine devkit that was displayed) Wes Powell successfully jumping over 2 tables Primal Rage soundtrack CD donated to me by Wes Powell (He said it was awful... I listened to it on the long drive back from New York... He was right... But I cherish it nonetheless ) Someone walking off with my copy of Secret Quest for the Atari 2600
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