Alter Atari- Where Things Are Different!
Atari Jaguar 64 Arcade
Some Jaguar Hardware ONLY available in Dimension X.
Atari Games (formerly part of Time-Warner Interactive, now part-of Williams
Bros.) were very impressed with the Jaguar hardware and they have produced
a derivative of the Jaguar called the CO-JAG. This machine, based on the
same chipset but with more RAM and a 68020 I/O processor, is a formidable
arcade player and the first game to use it are the massive hit, "Area 51"
which has consistently topped the arcade popularity charts!
Co-Jag-VR Systems !NO!
Available as a low-cost VR arcade machine, the Jaguar Co-Jag VR is the
culmination of Atari Corporation's push for VR, Virtuality's VR technology,
and Atari-Games Co-Jag unit. Games initially available for the Co-Jag VR
include Virtuality's VR flag-ship titles such as Zone-Hunter, the advantage
of Co-Jag VR being the reduced cost. The platform also helps to provide Jaguar
VR owners with arcade perfect versions of Virtuality's hit games.
Co-Jag/X (AKA eXtreme) !NO!
The Co-Jag/X is really just a second version of the Co-Jag based on the Jaguar/2
chipset. The massive increase in performance offered by the Jaguar/2 chipset,
with it's huge texture-mapping capability, and increased clock-speed is allowing
Atari-Games to develop new arcade solutions like you've never seen before.
As with the Co-Jag, the Co-Jag/X includes a hard disk and laser-disk capability,
and the Co-Jag cabinet can support a number of games, and up to 2 light-guns.
Co-Jag/X is helping Atari-Games to win the arcade war, and is helping Atari
Corporation to win the console war with it's supply of games.