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Jaguar Collections

Post by 3DOKid » Tue Jun 30, 2009 9:08 pm

Yes, I'm a secret Jaguar collector. Like I always say keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

My collection consists of:

Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar CDROM
Iron Soldier
Iron Soldier II (CD Version)
Tempest
Brutal Sports Football
Trevor McFur in Time
Zero 5
Raiden
Protector
Pinball Fantasies
Cybermorph
Syndicate
Club Drive
Iwar
Pitfall
Cannon Fodder
Alien Vs Preditor
Checkered Flag
Fight for Life
Kasumi Ninja
Vid Grid
Tempest 2000
Lost treasures CD
Native Demo
Blue Lightning.

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Post by Mobius » Tue Jun 30, 2009 11:24 pm

I got Blue Lightning for free at this year's Midwest Gaming Classic. I believe GOAT Store donated them as door prizes. I saw the whole stack of them for sale the year before, so I'm guessing there's not too much interest in the game. The best part? I don't even have a Jag CD to play it!

My collection consists of the system (boxed/complete), Tempest 2K (boxed/complete) and a rotary controller.

Zero 5 is interesting. I played it for the first time at the same show, and it totally kicked my ass.

How's Pitfall? I keep thinking of picking it up since it's so cheap/easy to find compared to other Jag games. I've never played any of the other versions. Is it good? And is the Jag version worth paying a little more for?

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Post by awbacon » Wed Jul 01, 2009 1:34 am

My Jag collection

Console (no box, loose)
Bubsy - Box / Manual in really nice shape
Zool 2 - NIB - Opened
AvP - Loose Cart
Iron Soldier - Loose Cart

Thats it so far...a slow collection but a start

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Post by JagMod » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:06 am

If you have a jag cd, pick up BattleMorph, its cheap and definately worth playing.

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Post by Trev » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:21 am

In answer to Mobius' question on Pitfall ... I'm pretty sure the Jag has the only cart version w/a save feature. A big plus in my book! :)

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Post by doctorclu » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:46 am

Well there are quite a few with a save feature, AvP being at least one other (though all the dead Aliens come back between loads.. sucks!)

Pitfall is simply awesome. Now the final boss I think was fully coded on the SNES version where the Jaguar version is just not as threatening. Short of that, the Jaguar version just rocks!

My collection is about 55 cartridges, and most of the CD games. I have two skunkboards, one flash card, and two working CD units. The only other thing worth mentioning is the SuperMas Pro Stick. Oh, and two catboxes. :)

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Post by Trev » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:57 am

Of course I was making reference to Pitfall ports only (Jag, Gen, 32X, Snes) I know the Jag has several battery backed games. :wink: Even cooler? All mine still work! :D

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Post by 3DO Experience » Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:08 am

Ok I went looking for my carts so the list would be correct but I can't find them! I know they are here somewhere but I did find the empty boxes so that helped. Mind you this is working from memory:

Alien vs. Predator (100% Complete!!)
Blue Lighting (Complete)
Cannon Fodder - w/ box & manual, not sure if it had an overlay but I made one
Cybermorph - w/ two overlays
DOOM (Complete)
Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands (Complete)
Iron Soldier (Complete)
Kasumi Ninja (Complete)
Myst Demo (Complete)
Rayman
Trevor McFur (Complete)
Vid Grid (Complete)

Plus some CD-Rs I won't bother to mention. (but BlackIce/WhiteNoise is cool)

Jag Unit
Two controllers (one has a thinner cord than the other)
CD add-on - w/ manual
Memory Cart
no boxes for any hardware :(
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Post by 3DOKid » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:29 am

Pitfall on the Jag looks amazing. Better than amazing. Plays like titanium nails mind you. (quite hard)

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Post by Mobius » Thu Jul 23, 2009 6:34 am

Well, I just quadrupled my Jag game collection... I just ordered Zero 5, Checkered Flag, and Missile Command 3D!

Eventually, I think I'll pick up Breakout 2000, AvP, Pitfall, and Attack of the Mutant Penguins. Cybermorph, Skyhammer, Atari Karts, and Iron Soldier are possibilities, too.

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Post by KevInCal » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:30 pm

Mobius wrote:Well, I just quadrupled my Jag game collection... I just ordered Zero 5, Checkered Flag, and Missile Command 3D!

Eventually, I think I'll pick up Breakout 2000, AvP, Pitfall, and Attack of the Mutant Penguins. Cybermorph, Skyhammer, Atari Karts, and Iron Soldier are possibilities, too.
I have loose copies of Iron Soldier and Bubsy I'm trying to sell. $12 shipped total for the 2. :)

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Post by Lemmi » Thu Jul 23, 2009 8:45 pm

here is mine
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2006-5/1 ... allest.jpg

2 Boxed Jag systems 1 with cybermorph + 1 unboxed Jag CD
Composite Video Cables
S-video Cables
Memory Track Cart

ALL GAMES BOXED with MANUALS unless noted
Alien vs. Predator
Baldies (CD) - Sealed
Blue Lightning (CD)
Brutal Sports Football
Bubsy
Cannon Fodder
Checkered Flag
Club Drive
Cybermorph X2 - 1 cart with manual 2 MEG - 1 cart with manual- 1 MEG
Defender 2000
Doom
Double Dragon V
Dragon's Lair (CD)
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Evolution: Dinodudes
Fever Pitch Soccer
Fight For Life
Flip-Out
Highlander (CD)
Hover Strike
Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands (CD)
I-War
Iron Soldier - NO BOX
Kasumi Ninja
Myst (CD) - Sealed
Myst (Demo CD)
Pinball Fanatsies
Power Drive Rally
Rayman
Space Ace (CD)
Super Burnout
Supercross 3D
Syndicate
Tempest 2000
Theme Park
Trevor McFur in the Cresent Galaxy
Ultra Vortek
Val d'Isere Skiing and Snowboarding
Vid Grid (CD)
White Men Can't Jump
Zool 2
Zoop

i had 5 games and 1 system in 1997, then in 2001 on atariage i bought a bundle system with 22 boxed games for $130,
then on ebay i got the Jag CD with 9 CDs and 4 games for $115
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Post by KevInCal » Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:35 am

Nice collections guys. :) My 3DO collection just really increased in size! I just bought 39 3DO games for $120 shipped! :D I have an FZ-1 and 50 or 60 something 3DO games now! :D Anyway, back to the Jag. ;)

I've owned almost all of the Jag games. Currently I own all 44 originally released carts, but cart only. At one time I had 30 or 40 something cart games boxed complete. Also had most of the CD Games boxed complete. I've had to buy and sell a lot over the past few years to get by... Sucks but that's life. I've owned 4 or 5 Jags, a couple Jag CD's, had a Jag carrying case recently. I've just owned a ton of Jag stuff. I have some pics I'll put up later, or atleast post a link to. Here's a list of what I've had / own now:

Jag & Jag CD system / Memory Track

Alien vs. Predator
Atari Karts
Attack of the Mutant Penguins
Brett Hull Hockey
Brutal Sports Football
Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tails
Cannon Fodder
Checkered Flag
Club Drive
Cybermorph
Defender 2000
Doom
Double Dragon V
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Evolution: Dino Dudes
Fever Pitch Soccer
Fight For Life
Flashback
Flip Out!
Hoverstrike
Iron Soldier
Iron Soldier 2
I-War
Kasumi Ninja
Missile Command 3d
NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
Painter
Pinball Fantasies
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
Power Drive Rally
Protector
Raiden
Rayman
Ruiner Pinball
Sensible Soccer
Super Burnout
Supercross 3D
Syndicate
Tempest 2000
Theme Park
Towers II: Plight of the Stargazer
Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy
Troy Aikman NFL Football
Ultra Vortek
Val D'isére Skiing and Snowboarding
White Men Can't Jump
Wolfenstein 3D
Zool 2
Zoop

American Hero
Atomic
Baldies
Battlemorph
Black Ice/White Noise
Blue Lightning
Highlander
Myst
Native
Soul Star
Vid Grid

Some awesome collections here:

http://www.jaguarsector.com/index.php?s ... om=gallery

Here's mine: http://www.jaguarsector.com/index.php?a ... m&album=19

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Post by Gazza » Mon Oct 12, 2009 6:26 am

Well my Jag collection is a very modest one.
All those loose carts were included in the purchase of my Jag system, and the rest were included with the purchase of the CD unit.
So nothing special here, but hopefully I'll be adding to it in the near future.



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Post by 3DOKid » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:40 pm

Ooh Rayman! I've been after a Jag copy of that for ages :)

Your Power Drive Rally looks different to mine? Is it the PAL or NTSC release you have?

(nice collection by the way!)

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Post by 3DO Experience » Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:57 am

Gazza wrote:...So nothing special here, but hopefully I'll be adding to it in the near future.
Don't sell yourself short, I see you have the manual and two out of three overlays for AVP. Most people who have this game can only say they have the cart. I was lucky enough to get one complete but at this moment the cart and overlays are missing.
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Post by Gazza » Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:05 am

3DOKid wrote:Ooh Rayman! I've been after a Jag copy of that for ages :)

Your Power Drive Rally looks different to mine? Is it the PAL or NTSC release you have?

(nice collection by the way!)
Thanks 3DOKid. :)

That Power Drive Rally cart is the NTSC version.

@3DO Experience,
I actually did have that third overlay as well. But for the life of me I just can't find it anywhere. I've searched the whole house inside out top to bottom, but it's like the darn thing became self aware and just walked away. :? :lol:

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Post by Mobius » Wed Oct 14, 2009 4:59 am

I got AvP with box and manual for a whopping $5 a couple months ago... I wish I had the overlays, though. :(

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Post by Trev » Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:42 am

How'd you pull off a deal like that?

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Post by 3DO Experience » Thu Oct 15, 2009 11:46 pm

Trev wrote:How'd you pull off a deal like that?
Lots of time on his knees.
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Post by Mobius » Fri Oct 16, 2009 4:19 am

Trev wrote:How'd you pull off a deal like that?
Nah, got lucky on a thread over at Digital Press. Someone was doing an auction-style thread and didn't get many bids. I got a (mostly) working Jag CD at the same time for $15.

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Post by Edi (FZ2D) » Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:23 pm

This is my Atari Jaguar collection :D

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Boxed Atari Jaguar with all manuals, Cybermorph, an additional control and RCA cable. 8)

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Loose games:

Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy
Wolfenstein 3D
Evolution: Dino Dudes
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

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Boxed Games:

Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (no manual)
Club Drive (no manual)
Double Dragon V (no manual)
Hover Strike (no manual)
Fight For Life
Zool 2
Attack of the Mutant Penguins
Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tails
Flip Out (no manual)
Syndicate
Pinball Fantasies
Checkered Flag
Iron Soldier
Theme Park
Brutal Sports Football
Supercross 3D

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White Men Can't Jump with Team Tap :P

I want to buy more games and also the coveted Jaguar CD. All my complete games were bought factory-sealed, with the exception of Fight For Life and Zool 2. I made an unboxing video that just want to share with everyone. :P
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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by Retrofanatic83 » Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:16 pm

Boxed PAL console
Second boxed standard controller
Attack of the mutant penguins
AVP
Bubsy
Doom
Power drive rally
Sensible soccer
Wolfenstein 3D
Zool 2
Dragon The Bruce Lee Story and....
Another World 8)
All games are boxed and complete some dont have the cart bag but most do i think and wolfy and sensi were bought sealed and not damaged at all so was hard to open them. But I like playing the Jaguar so they all have been and do get played.

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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by Walter_j64bit » Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:37 pm

My collection is too big to lay out on the floor :wink: but I'll post some of it in parts!
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Post by Walter_j64bit » Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:21 pm

here's more! :lol:
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Re: Jaguar Collections

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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by NeoGeoNinja » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:31 pm

Obviously, Frog Feast & Blackout are a bit of a stretch, re: getting excited over...

However, kudos on your Battlesphere collection and, most importantly (imo), Another World!

Can't tell you how much I would love to get my grubby mitts (actually, they're rather clean if I'm honest!) on a copy and play that!

My favourite Delphine release, followed by Heart of Darkness... then Flashback :)

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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by twoquickcapri » Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:49 am

Here's my column of Jag and some 2600, 5200, 7800, NGCD, TG16, NUON, and 3do

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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by NeoGeoNinja » Thu Mar 20, 2014 1:24 pm

@twoquickcapri...

Yes! That is a great looking shelf 8)

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Re: Jaguar Collections

Post by 3DO Experience » Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:45 am

Great photos you guys! Wasn't Frog Feast also released on CD or am I imagining that?

twoquickcapri, I love that set-up, can I ask where I could find that shelving unit?
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