Atari Jaguar Video-Games Programming and Development
Years are passing since Jaguar was abandoned by Atari so there is no gasping to complete another release, but always coming back to Jaguar with others, I must. Hoping somebody soon is liking something new, but not holding your breath please.
posted by BadCoder Sunday, June 22, 2008
Is coming nicely, small new binary. I have been forgetting my own sources and learning them again. BadCode5 will have to wait, it is broken and I need to having finished something first. A diet of sorts, a friend is telling me so that is what it will be. Even diets can include eggs so I choose the new eggs to put in. Four players in this code, you must have TeamTap to play for 4 players, perhaps I am kind and tell Jaguar it plays the other people, perhaps not. Weathers are too good for coding on summer days, here in the east we get earlier mornings high up, so I am coding then.
posted by BadCoder Saturday, July 08, 2006
BadCoder booting up Jaguar coding again in 2006, being away from coding Jaguars but still coding games, all time while 2005 goes away. Greetz to trusted Euro Underground Bastian42, Johannes, MDGames, Duranik, Starcat, Sinigord, TXG/MNX, JustClaws, Linkowitch, Robert, Fred, Mr.Spock, Mr.Well. Greetz to 16/32 Nick. Where Stone and Tyrant go? Spezial greetz to Euro Jag teams Brainstorm, JagWare, Cerebral Vortex, always Eclipse. Greetz to Jag Underground in USA, JagMod, Graphikal Man, Songbird, Belboz, Cdoty, JDM, and every time a lot Glenn and Curt. Spezial greetz to "Krunch" for Gorf. BadCoder helping new Euro Jaguar developers joining in Jaguar coding in 2006. Greetz to forums JI-II, AtariAge, Yaronet, Jagware, Jag Connexion and some peoples in JS-II. Sorries given to any homebrew coders I missing above, stay coding. I give something to Jag community this year again, for open fans.
posted by BadCoder Sunday, March 12, 2006
Bad Linez are writing on my screen. Perhaps on your screen in short time.
posted by BadCoder Monday, November 08, 2004
In hoping to support the fans who are Jaguar festing this coming weekend BadCoder has been joining with another coder these days to give you something new but giving time on this from work and other living is always sharp. Perhaps I cannot give you BadCode5 but I give you something on the way. Perhaps nobody is interested since BadCoder does not plan to sell a game and some people want only boxes and not games for the Jaguar. I am hearing from others good things from email, and so I am supporting when I can.
posted by BadCoder Sunday, October 17, 2004
Again good news, JI-2 the fast to read Jaguar board is back from JustClaws work.
Seeing you there.
posted by BadCoder Saturday, April 10, 2004
Lars Hannig, StarCat, has some good news from the Jaguar Underground.
He's happy to announce news of another Starcat Developments release.
I am quoting here only.
It's called "Ocean Depths" and it's a collection of three parts. The first part is an relaxing slideshow similar to the popular Nuon program "Ambient Mosters". The second part is an early playable demo of Eerievale. (Based on the version shown on EJagFest 2003, just slightly improved). And the third part is a small game on its own. It's called "JagMIND" and I'm sure most people know the original board game Mastermind, this game is based on the same idea.
Ocean Depths comes in a DVD case similar to the painter release by Sinister Developments and of course also with a great looking CDR lable like it was already done with the Euro JagFest 2001 CD. Ocean Depths is of course fully encrypted and runs on any PAL/NTSC Jag CD unit.
It's the first game to make use of the Starcat Developments Mouse Adaptor (originally created by Matthias Domin), which can be purchased at the Starcat Developments Homepage.
To celebrate this release Starcat Developments offers a limited edition Bundle which consists of Ocean Depths, Mouse Adaptor and suitable Mouse for the bargain price of only 45 Euros including shipping worldwide. (Or 40 Euros incl shipping to Germany.) If you want one of these be sure to hurry, because once they are gone, they are gone.
Check it out on the official Starcat Developments Homepage.
posted by BadCoder Saturday, April 10, 2004
Achieving nothing in the last days but keeping an eye to your interest, and feedback. There is a decision in my head if I should release a small Lines game for the Euro Jagfest, unfinished, but for visitors fun, or work to release BadCode5.
posted by BadCoder Tuesday, October 07, 2003