|Alien Vs Predator (1994)||4,4||6,498||3.6MB|
|Doom - Evil Unleashed (1994)||3,6||3,648||2.2MB|
|Wolfenstein 3D (1994)||4,7||3,480||1.2MB|
|Rayman (1995) (UBI Soft)||5,0||3,286||3.9MB|
|Kasumi Ninja (1994)||3,5||2,533||3.2MB|
|Dragon - The Bruce Lee Story (1994)||Action||5,0||2,307||1.7MB|
|Tempest 2000 (1994)||3,7||2,032||862.3KB|
|Bubsy - Fractured Furry Tails (1994)||4,5||1,978||1.8MB|
|Club Drive (1994)||5,0||1,934||1.7MB|
|Flashback (1995) (U.S. Gold)||4,8||1,751||1.1MB|
|Super Burnout (1995)||5,0||1,736||1.8MB|
|Cannon Fodder (1995) (Computer West)||2,8||1,700||1.3MB|
|Iron Soldier (1994)||5,0||1,698||1.5MB|
|Attack Of The Mutant Penguins (1996)||5,0||1,666||1.7MB|
|Super Cross 3D (1995)||4,7||1,663||1.0MB|
|Double Dragon V (1995) (Williams)||4,1||1,660||1.8MB|
|White Men Can't Jump (1995)||3,0||1,588||3.1MB|
|Fever Pitch Soccer (1995)||3,5||1,525||1.4MB|
Being the last console to be created under the Atari series of home video game consoles, the Atari Jaguar is the sixth programmable console release in North America in November 1993 and in other parts in 1994, by the Atari Corporation. This console was marketed as the first 64-bit video game console, while competing with the existing 16-bit consoles Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. In comparison to its major competitors, the Jaguar was a technically impressive console, which featured five processors residing in three chips; two of which were proprietary and with the third being a Motorola 68000 coprocessor. The GPU ran at 26.591 MHz and rated at 26.591 MIPS (Millions of Instructions per second). The 64-bit data bus was set for communication and two megabytes of fast-page mode DRAM.
However, the down side to the multi-chip architecture and lack of developer support tools was that, these led to difficulty in game development. Thus the Atari Jaguar games catalogue comprised of only about 50 licensed titles and 13 games on the jaguar CD, and gradually with struggling sales and more competition the Jaguar console was discontinued in 1996. Thought the games on the console we limited and the console now unavailable in the market these vintage games can now be mined through emulation and the use of ROMs. The Ready Only Memory, more popularly known as ROM(s) basically, is a file format that houses a copy of your games ripped from the original game file or gotten from an online download; this allows you play the ripped Atari Jaguar ROMs on your modern devices without having to make use of the Atari Jaguar console So basically you can now simply get your free Jaguar games in a file format of ROMs, ISOs or Atari Jaguar bios from trusted game platforms from your browser to enable you play games on your device or play freely online if you don’t want to download.
Thought the Atari Jaguar game collection was not tops in comparisons with other Atari console series, however, it still played host to a lot of interesting games. So if you want to relive old memories or explore the Atari Jaguar games here are some of the best games you should try out. You have an option to pick from sci-fi shooters like Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy, Raiden and Cybermorph. With great graphics and super clear accurate sound, landmark titles such as Rayman 1995, Highlanders, Attack of the Mutant Penguins, Missile Command 3D, Jelly Monster, Alien vs. Predator, Brutal Sports Football and a bunch of other great games are sure to give you hours of gaming entertainment.
Though the Atari Jaguar was discontinued a long time ago, this doesn’t mean gamers can’t enjoy playing their favourite games anymore. Just like every other vintage computer/video game, there are a few Jaguar emulators that allow you to relive the experience of playing these games on your PC, Tablet and Smartphone. Most of these emulators also are compatible with the Atari Jaguar game series.
Once an Atari Jaguar game has been downloaded and saved in a ROM file, you would also need to download an emulator to enable you play the downloaded game. An emulator is a software that can mimic play of any file format on your device. These emulators listed below should work just fine with either your Windows, Android, Linux or Mac device;
Note that before you download any of these emulators you can also check the compatibility list on each emulator download site to know which games can be played using the emulator, so you know which emulator suites your gaming needs best, before you go on to download.
Just as it is import to note the compatibility of games and emulators, it is also very important to note which emulators are compatible on your device such as Windows, iOS, Linux, Web or Android. And I’ll be listing the emulators that are just suitable for all of your devices and Operating Systems.
One great thing about Windows is that it supports almost all the emulators out there. Most often these emulators are supported on a wide range of Windows OS, so you are easily able to play all you Atari Jaguar ROMs on your PC. The most compatible emulators for Windows include:
Most emulators that enable you to play Atari Jaguar ROMs on your Android can easily be found on Google Play Store for download. So most often when you do not see the emulator on the app store then it is most likely that your version of Android does not support the emulator. Sometimes you could also check on the emulator site for downloads if you don’t find any on the app store. The most compatible emulators for Android include:
If you want to get the best out of the emulators listed below and enable them function properly on your Mac, iPad or iPhone while you play your Atari Jaguar ROMs, then it is best you have the iOS X version or higher. Compatible emulators include:
With these emulators listed below you are sure to get the best game play either by playing online or downloading the Atari Jaguar ROMs to play all on you Linux devices. Compatible emulators for Linux include: