List of Atari Jaguar games

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This is a list of games for the Atari Jaguar video game system, as well as games for the Atari Jaguar CD peripheral, organized alphabetically by name. 67 games were released in the cartridge format, while 15 were released in the CD format, giving a total of 82 games. This list also includes unreleased games as well as homebrew games. See Lists of video games for related lists.

Retail & Post-Release Games[edit]

Title(s)[1][2][3] Developer(s) Publisher(s) Region(s) Year
Absorbierer Der Luchs Luchs Soft World 2015
Aircars Midnite Entertainment Group Inc. ICD World 1997
Alice's Mom's Rescue Orion Orionsoft World 2015
Alien vs. Predator Rebellion Developments Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1994
Another World The Removers Retro-gaming Connexion World 2013
Arena Football '95 V-Real Interactive B&C Computervisions
Jaguar Sector II
World 2006
Arne: Jäger des Jags Der Luchs Luchs Soft World 2015
Atari Karts Miracle Designs Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1995
Attack of the Mutant Penguins Sunrise Games Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1995
Ausweichmanöver Der Luchs Luchs Soft World 2015
Baldies Creative Edge Software Atari Corporation World 1995
Barkley Shut Up and Jam! Accolade
Ringler Studios
B&C Computervisions World 2002
Battlemorph Attention to Detail Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1995
BattleSphere 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. World 2000
BattleSphere Gold 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. World 2002
BattleSphere Trio 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. 4Play/ScatoLOGIC inc. World 2006
Beebris S.E. Reboot Reboot World 2009
Black Out! Stormworks Interactive Stormworks Interactive World 2012
Blue Lightning Attention to Detail Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1995
Brain Dead 13 Readysoft Atari Corporation
Readysoft
World 1996
Breakout 2000 MP Games Telegames World 1996
Brett Hull NHL Hockey Accolade
Ringler Studios
B&C Computervisions World 2004
Brutal Sports Football Millennium Interactive Ltd.
Teque London Ltd.
Telegames World 1994
Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tales Imagitec Design Ltd. Accolade
Atari Corporation
World 1994
Cannon Fodder Sensible Software
The Dome Software
Virgin Interactive World 1994
Checkered Flag Rebellion Developments Atari Corporation World 1994
Club Drive Atari Corporation Atari Carporation World 1994
Custodian Realms Software Concepts Piko Interactive World 2016
Cybermorph Attention to Detail Atari Corporation World 1993
Defender 2000 Llamasoft Atari Corporation
Williams Entertainment
World 1996
Doom id Software Atari Corporation World 1994
Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls Leland Interactive Media
Telegames
Williams Entertainment
Atari Corporation
Tradewest
World 1995
Double Feature #1 Duranik
MD Games
MD Games World 2006
Downfall Reboot Jagware World 2011
Downfall+ Reboot Reboot World 2014
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Virgin Interactive Atari Corporation World 1994
Dragon's Lair Epicenter Interactive Inc.
Readysoft
Atari Corporation
Readysoft
World 1995
Elansar Orion Orionsoft World 2013
Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders Orion Orionsoft World 2017
Evolution: Dino Dudes Imagitec Design Atari Corporation World 1993
Fast Food 64 Wave 1 Games Wave 1 Games World 2017
Fever Pitch Soccer Distinctive Developments Ltd.
U.S. Gold
Atari Corporation World 1995
Fight For Life Atari Corporation
Biovision
High Voltage Software
Atari Corporation World 1996
Flashback: The Quest for Identity Tiertex Design Studios Delphine Software International
U.S. Gold
World 1995
Flappy McFur BitJag BitJag World 2016
Flip Out! Gorilla Systems Corporation Atari World 1995
Frog Feast RasterSoft OlderGames
Songbird Productions
World 2007
Frogz 64 Wave 1 Games Wave 1 Games World 2017
Full Circle: Rocketeer Reboot RGCD World 2013
Gorf Classic 3-D Stooges Software
Dave Nutting Associates
3-D Stooges Software World 2005
Highlander: The Last of the MacLeods Lore Design Ltd. Atari Corporation World 1995
Hover Strike Atari Corporation Atari Corporation World 1995
Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands Atari Corporation Atari Corporation World 1995
Hyper Force Visual Impact Songbird Productions World 2000
Impulse X Duranik
MD Games
MD Games World 2012
International Sensible Soccer Sensible Software Telegames World 1995
Iron Soldier Eclipse Software Design Atari Corporation World 1994
Iron Soldier 2 Eclipse Software Design Telegames World 1997
I-War Imagitec Design Atari Corporation World 1995
JaguarMIND: Bomb Squad Starcat Developments Starcat Developments World 2005
Jagware Collection 1.0 Reboot RGCD World 2013
Kasumi Ninja Hand Made Software Ltd. Atari Games World 1994
Kobayashi Maru: Final Reboot RGCD World 2012
Lost Treasures Starcat Developments Starcat Developments World 2006
Mad Bodies 3-D Stooges Software
Force Design
Force Design World 2008
Missile Command 3D Atari Corporation
Virtuality
Atari Corporation World 1995
Myst Cyan
Sunsoft
Atari Corporation World 1995
Myst Demo Cyan
Sunsoft
Atari Corporation World 1995
NBA Jam: Tournament Edition High Voltage Software Acclaim Entertainment
Atari Corporation
World 1996
Ocean Depths Starcat Developments Starcat Developments World 2004
Orion Jaguar Collection Orion Orionsoft World 2009
Painter Sinister Developments Sinister Developments World 2003
Painter S.E. OMF
Sinister Developments
OMF World 2008
Phase Zero Hyper Image Productions Songbird Productions World 2003
Philia: The Sequel to Elansar Orion Orionsoft World 2014
Pinball Fantasies Spidersoft Ltd. 21st Century Entertainment
Computer West
World 1995
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Imagitec Design Activision
Atari Corporation
World 1995
Power Drive Rally Rage Software Time Warner Interactive World 1995
Primal Rage Probe Entertainment Time Warner Interactive World 1995
Protector Bethesda Softworks Songbird Productions World 1999
Protector S.E. Songbird Productions Songbird Productions World 2002
Protector: Resurgence Songbird Productions Songbird Productions World 2014
Raiden Imagitec Design Atari Corporation World 1993
Rayman Ludimedia SAS Ubisoft World 1995
Rebooteroids Reboot AtariAge World 2016
Robinson's Requiem Silmarils Songbird Productions World 2011
Ruiner Pinball High Voltage Software Atari World 1995
River Riders Argonaut Games Fox Interactive
Jaleco
Unreleased 1994
Sea Battle Raregame Raregame World 2017
Skycopter II MP Games Carousel Entertainment World 1996
Skyhammer Rebellion Developments Songbird Productions World 2000
Soccer Kid Krisalis Software Ltd. Songbird Productions World 2000
Space Ace Epicenter Interactive Inc.
Readysoft
Atari Corporation
Readysoft
World 1996
SpaceWar 2000 Atari Corporation B&C Computervisions World 2001
Speedster II MP Games Carousel Entertainment World 1996
Super Burnout Shen Technologies SARL Atari Corporation
Virtual Xperience
World 1995
Superfly DX Reboot Reboot World 2010
Supercross 3D Tiertex Design Studios Atari Corporation World 1995
Switchblade Core Design Piko Interactive World 2017
Syndicate Bullfrog Productions Ocean World 1995
Tempest 2000 Llamasoft Atari Corporation World 1994
Theme Park Bullfrog Productions Ocean World 1995
Total Carnage Hand Made Software Ltd.
Midway Games
Songbird Productions World 2005
Towers II: Plight of the Stargazer JV Games Inc. Telegames World 1996
Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy Atari Corporation Atari Corporation World 1993
Troy Aikman NFL Football Telegames Atari Corporation
Williams Entertainment
World 1995
Ultra Vortek Beyond Games Atari Corporation World 1995
Val d'Isère Skiing and Snowboarding Virtual Studio Atari Corporation World 1994
Vid Grid High Voltage Software Atari World 1995
White Men Can't Jump High Voltage Software
Trimark Interactive
Atari Corporation World 1995
Wolfenstein 3D id Software Atari Corporation World 1994
World Tour Racing Teque London Telegames World 1997
Worms Team17 Telegames World 1998
Xenon 2: Megablast Reboot
The Bitmap Brothers
Reboot World 2016
Yopaz Ice Star Orion Orionsoft World 2014
Zero 5 Caspian Software Telegames World 1997
Zool 2 Gremlin Graphics
Imagitec Deisgn Inc.
Atari Corporation
Gremlin Graphics
World 1994
Zoop Electric Spectacle Productions
Hookstone Productions
Atari Corporation
Viacom New Media
World 1995

Unreleased Games[edit]

Title(s) Developer(s) Publisher(s) Year Notes
American Hero Inter-Active Productions Atari n/a A interactive movie video game starring Timothy Bottoms, Musetta Vander and Gustav Vintas.[4]
Black Ice / White Noise Kelp Entertainment Atari Q4 1995 A 3D open-world cyberpunk adventure game, influenced by the works of William Gibson.[5]
Commander Blood Cryo Interactive Atari, Microfolie's Edition 1996 A port of the game of the same name, intended for the Jaguar CD.[6]
Conan Arcade Zone Atari 1995 A side-scrolling beat'em up that was being developed by the same team who worked on Legend.[7]
Creature Shock Argonaut Software Atari, Virgin Interactive Q3 1995 Port of the game of the same name, intended for the Jaguar CD.[8]
Dactyl Joust High Voltage Software Atari, Williams Entertainment Q4 1995 It was going to be a 3D update of the original arcade game. It was cancelled with 6 months of work left to be done.[9]
Demolition Man Virgin Interactive Atari Q3 1995 A port of 3DO game, intended for the Jaguar CD.[10]
Deathwatch Data Design Interactive Atari Q4 1995 A run 'n gun game with a graphical style similar to Rayman.[11]
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp Advanced Microcomputer Systems ReadySoft Q4 1995 Port of the full-motion arcade game of the same name.
Earthworm Jim Softgold Atari n/a A conversion of the first game of the series. Planned for both a Cartridge and CD release. Softgold was also planning a conversion of Turrican for the system as well, but it did not get past from the planning stages.[12]
Gotcha! Dome Software Atari 1995 A action-platform game with a focus on multiplayer, based on the original of the same name. It was never released due to Atari discontinuing the system. 4-Player multitap support.[13]
Indiana Jags Virtual Xperience Atari 1995 A mascot platformer.[14][15]
Iratan Supremacy Level 7 Software n/a 1996 A 3D fighing game that was meant to be a mix of Killer Instinct and Virtua Fighter with support for the unreleased Jaguar Voice Modem for network play.[16][17]
Jaguar Bomberman Genetic Fantasia Atari, Hudson Soft n/a It is a entry of the Bomberman franchise that was being developed exclusively for the system. Due to financial difficulties from Atari and the Jaguar not being successful, it was quietly cancelled though the prototype was found by one of the developers who worked on it. 8-Player multitap support. [18][19][20]
Nerf Max Force Genus Microprogramming Atari Q3 1995 A first-person shooter intended for the younger audience, featuring the Nerf toy line brand. Intended for the Jaguar CD. [21]
Nexus Shen Technologies SARL Atari 1995 A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up that was inspired by Raiden, but focused on graphical prowess, aggressive artwork and speed. It was 70% complete prior to the discontinuation of development.[22]
Kick Off 3 Anco Software Atari, Imagineer 1995 A conversion of the third entry of the Kick Off series. It was cancelled due to a game-breaking bug.[23]
Phear H2O Entertainment Atari Q1 1995 It later became Tetrisphere, although the developers kept working on the game, even after it moved on to the Nintendo 64.[24]
Slam Racer Sinister Developments Atari 1996 An overhead racing game that was being developed in 1996. It was cancelled after Atari discontinued the Jaguar.
Soulstar Core Design Atari Q3 1995 A conversion of the Sega CD game of the same name, intended for the Jaguar CD.[25]
T-MEK Time-Warner Interactive Time-Warner Interactive n/a A conversion of the arcade game of the same name.[26]
Thea Realm Fighters High Voltage Software Atari Q4 1995 It was close to completion at 90%. Planned for both Cartridge and CD release.[27]
Tiny Toons Adventure Digital Delirium Atari Q1 1994 It was a platform video game based on the franchise of the same name, originally intended as a launch title for the system.[28][29]
Toki going Apespit Ocean Ocean Q3 1995 A arcade-styled platform game based on the Toki license, described by Ocean as "a mixture of Mario, Bomberman and Pang".[30]
Varuna's Forces Accent Media Productions Atari Q4 1995 A first-person shooter and adventure game, with strategy elements.[31]
Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars Time-Warner Interactive Time-Warner Interactive Q4 1995 A conversion of the game of the same name, intended for the Jaguar CD.[32]
Zzyorxx II Virtual Xperience Atari 1995 A shoot 'em up similar in vein to Axelay. It was cancelled 2 months before the end of development.[33][34]

Homebrew Games[edit]

Title(s) Developer(s) Publisher(s) Year Notes
Atomic The Removers Jagware 2006
Atomic Reloaded The Removers Jagware 2008
Beebris Reboot Reboot 2009
Degz Reboot Reboot 2012
Diam Jag Orion Jagware 2006
Fallen Angels Dr. Typo Dr. Typo 2013
GemRace Dr. Typo Dr. Typo 2016
HMS Raptor Reboot Reboot 2011
Jungle Jag Orion Jagcode 500, Orion 2006
Kobayashi Maru Reboot Reboot 2011
Project One Reboot Reboot 2009
Shoot 'em up Dr. Typo Dr. Typo 2012
Tube Dr. Typo Dr. Typo 2012
Tube S.E. Dr. Typo Dr. Typo 2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ "All Jaguar video game release dates in North America from 1993 to 2005". GameFaqs. 
  2. ^ "All Jaguar video game release dates in Europe from 1993 to 1996". GameFaqs. 
  3. ^ "All Jaguar video game release dates in Japan in 1994". GameFaqs. 
  4. ^ American Hero entry on Cyberroach.
  5. ^ "Atari Axes New Games". GamePro. No. 89. IDG. February 1996. p. 17. 
  6. ^ Commander Blood entry on Cyberroach.
  7. ^ "Dossier - Ils arrivent sur Jaguar". CD Consoles. No. 05. Pressimage. March 1995. p. 77. 
  8. ^ "Jaguar Plugs into the CD Revolution". Next Generation. Imagine Media (6): 18–19. June 1995. 
  9. ^ Dactyl Joust entry on Cyberroach.
  10. ^ "Jaguar on the Prowl". GamePro. No. 83. IDG. August 1995. p. 37. 
  11. ^ Deathwatch entry on Cyberroach.
  12. ^ Interview with Christopher Schimtz in regards to Earthowrm Jim on the Jaguar.
  13. ^ Gotcha! entry on Cyberroach.
  14. ^ "V.X.: un Français dompte la Jaguar!". Joypad. No. 34. Future plc. September 1994. p. 117. 
  15. ^ ftp://ftp.pigwa.net/stuff/collections/atari_forever/www-magazines/MyAtari.net/04/jaguar.htm
  16. ^ Iratan Supremacy. Jagmod.
  17. ^ "News USA - It's up to you". CD Consoles. No. 13. Pressimage. January 1996. p. 25. 
  18. ^ Jaguar Bomberman entry on Cyberroach.
  19. ^ Interview with Mike Mika in regards to Jaguar Bomberman.
  20. ^ Twitter post by Mike Mika about Jaguar Bomberman.
  21. ^ Nerf Max Force entry on Cyberroach.
  22. ^ Interview with Tan Kheang, artist of Super Burnout.
  23. ^ "Work in progress". Computer and Video Games. No. 149. Future plc. April 1994. p. 22. 
  24. ^ Phear entry on Cyberroach.
  25. ^ "Soul Star". Cyber Roach. Retrieved 4 January 2015. 
  26. ^ "Dossier - Ils arrivent sur Jaguar". CD Consoles. No. 05. Pressimage. March 1995. p. 74. 
  27. ^ Thea Realm Fighters entry on Cyberroach.
  28. ^ "Atari Unleashes their Jaguar!". Electronic Gaming Monthly. No. 51. Sendai Publishing. October 1993. p. 58. 
  29. ^ Tiny Toons Adventure (why Telegames and not TWI) AtariAge Forums. Retrieved 2017-06-26.
  30. ^ "Ocean Software". Edge. No. 8. Future plc. May 1994. p. 32. .
  31. ^ Varuna's Forces entry on Cyberroach.
  32. ^ "The Free Library". The Free Library. 1995-01-06. Retrieved 2017-05-21. 
  33. ^ "V.X.: un Français dompte la Jaguar!". Joypad. No. 34. Future plc. September 1994. p. 116. 
  34. ^ Interview with Thierry Schembri