The Jaguar is a 64 bit console system produced by Atari. Atari has been acquired by Hasbro and they have released rights to the console and declared it an open system. New games are still being released for the Jaguar even though it died in 1996.
Please only submit a site or page dealing specifically with the Atari Jaguar 64.
This category contains sites about official and unoffical 3rd party Atari Jaguar system accessories.
This category contains links to chat rooms and discussion forums relating to the Atari Jaguar.
This category contains sites which list cheats and/or hints for multiple Jaguar games.
Cheats for individual games should be submitted to that games category. Please see Titles for a list of Jaguar game categories.
This category contains sites that offer development information for the Atari Jaguar platform.

The Jaguar 64 is an open system. Hasbro, the owner of the Atari name, have released all rights to the Jaguar console making it open season for hobby developers. There is software available that allows you to download new programs written by Jaguar fans.

The sites in this category are hear to provide information to anyone who might be interested in doing a project for the Atari Jaguar platform.
The Atari JagFest is an annual event held by fans for fans.
This category contains sites with reviews of many different Jaguar games.
Individual reviews should be submitted to the category for that game. Look at Titles for a list of Jaguar game categories.
This category contains links to Jaguar 64 individual game categories.
If an Atari Jaguar game site does not currently have a category in the directory it is OK to submit the site here. All attempts will be made to find enough sites for that game to create the new category. At least 3 sites are needed for a new category so if 2 more sites could be sites could be submitted for a total of 3 it would facilitate the creation of that category - and a listing for the site.

Please note that this is not the norm for categories in Games. All other games should be submitted to the appropriate Genre category in

The Virtual Light Machine was originally developed by Jeff Minter for the Atari Jaguar CD (built into the unit). Its lightshow is powered by the music.

The VLM 2 is the Virtual Light Machine's latest incarnation on NUON enhanced DVD products.