Rebooteroids is a new take on an arcade classic for the Atari Jaguar. In development for over six years, Rebooteroids is finally ready to be released! Rebooteroids features 100 unique levels, plus 10 ‘kombateroids’ levels for multiplayer head to head. The game also features a ‘skirmish mode’ whereby randomly generated levels of increasing difficulty challenge the player.
* One or two players
* 100 unique levels!
* Five gameplay modes (see below)!
* Supports Jaguar gamepad and rotary controllers
* Settings and high scores saved to cartridge
* Share your high scores online with QR code!
* Features original music by 505 and MSG / reservoir gods.
* Customize controls for each player
* Utility menu including Jagtopia, BJL Load, Cheats, and Jukebox
Custodian is an Arcade shooter in which you have to protect energy bases from parasites that are trying to drain it dry! It will be the very first release for the Atari Jaguar by Piko Interactive. It features 4 area levels, many weapons and power ups, and awesome chiptune music!
Pre-orders will be available 2-3 months before shipping starts. The game will be manufactured with all new parts and assembled by hand. Packaging will come factory sealed.
Der Luchs is currently cooking up another Atari Jaguar game called Arne – Jäger des Jags. It’s soon ready for pre-order. It’s a simple Jump’n’Run game where you need to reach the top a level. If you want to discuss about the game you can do so at the AtariAge forum.
μFLY by sh3-rg is a 50/60fps endless “runner” where the aim is to survive as long as possible, and more importantly score as much as possible, before the inevitable boy-meets-wall certainty of your demise.
Jagmatch by Sebastian Mihai is an Atari Jaguar homebrew in which the player has to match Atari computers and consoles to games considered most iconic for each system. Essentially, it requires good short-term memory, but also solid long-term memory as far as Atari gaming history is concerned! To reveal a tile, press A on the controller.
If you still consider yourself an Atari fan there is no need to explain what Sillyventure is about. Checkpoint recently released the official invitation named Sillyventure 2013 Invite and it runs on an old, but wonderful hardware, the Atari Jaguar.
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