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Project Tempest WIP - October 24,2002 by JoseQ
A little bit of old news I forgot to post last night as I had a small emergency. There was a Work In Progress update over at the Project Tempest website, involving none other than the cool "Alien vs. Predator". This was one of the better games for the Atari Jaguar, and it's actually starting to look cool on the emulator. There are a number of screenshots available on the website. Check out the website on the link above for the screenshots, and also an Interview with Jeff Minter, the author of "Tempest 2000", another one of the better games for the Jaguar.

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Name: Walk Posted: Friday, October 25, 2002 - (15:15)
Subject: Jaguar Programming
From: dsc04-chc-il-3-171.rasserver.net
There are actually people out there who are programming Jaguar games, the system had its moments, and my best friend had one as well and we had some great memories. For any programmer who's interested in the Jaguar, check out the Star Cat Developments Jaguar Library.. http://www.atari-jaguar64.de/prog_info/library/

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Name: PortuguesePilot Posted: Friday, October 25, 2002 - (10:55)
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From: 217.129.55.184
the Atari Jaguar was one of the few consoles that i never had the chance to play. in fact, i never even saw one. thus, it's kind of logical that i feel so curious about this emulator.

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Name: JoseQ Posted: Friday, October 25, 2002 - (13:40)
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From: 66.28.225.3
>the Atari Jaguar was one of the few consoles that i never had the chance to play. in fact, i never even saw one. thus, it's kind of logical that i feel so curious about this emulator.
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As I understand it, it was a very good console that failed to achieve popularity due to poor marketing, a bad reputation (Atari) and lack of support. As always, it is the games that make or break a console.

JoseQ

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