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Atari Jaguar - released Atari hardware
is what you got when you bought a Jaguar (besides the user's manual (downloadable
in the 'library'-section) and the power supply...and the box, of course...
Jaguar holds only one button / switch: on / off. All other actions like
reset, etc. were performed via the controller's buttons and the key-pad.
Up to 8 Jaguars can build a network by hooking them up using a 'JagLink' cable.
is the Jaguar's controller. One unit was sold together with the Jaguar.
Additional controllers had to be bought separately. The controller has a
direction-pad, three fire-buttons (A,B,C), one 'Option'-button and one 'Pause'-button.
The bottom half of the controller holds the keypad with 12 keys; 0-9, '#'
Jaguar ProController (Partno. J8907)
ProController provides more action buttons to be used in games: it adds
three more 'fire' buttons ('X', 'Y', 'Z', which correspond to '7', '8',
'9' on the numeric keypad) and two index-finger buttons ('L' and 'R',
which correspond to '4' and '6'). Some games were designed or optimized
for the ProController, but 'regular' games may take advantage of the
enhanced capabilities as well.
'Team Tap' (Partno. WMCJ)
By using two 'Team Tap' controllers up to 8 people can play on one Jaguar.
The automatic TV-switchbox for the Jaguar.
Connect up to 8 Jaguars using this 'JagLink' cable.
Connects the Jaguar via its 'RGB' output to the TV set or VCR.
Connects the Jaguar via its 'S-VHS' output to the TV set or VCR.
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