I'll create a monument to non-existance! Kefka, FFVI
"there is no dark side of the Moon really... as a matter of fact it's all dark" (words hidden in pink floyd's "Eclipse" song )
"his game comes on a CD-R that will play on ANY Jaguar (NO bypass cart required). In addition youŽll get a game manual incl. some kind of strategy-guide that shows you what you can do, where you can do it and who you can talk to etc. YouŽll be surprised. However, this is not unique or original stuff coming from AtariŽs lab. This pack was put together using things found on the web. But you can save a lot of time and hassle (e.g. burning the Jaguar-CD) with this offer."
Meh. Looks like a cheap copy.
It's not a bad little game but it's nowhere near fully playable. There's not much you can do, short of wandering about and talking to people (if you can find any...)
But hey, for 5 EUR at least it's subject to market valuation ;)
Game he has is available for free at this url:
This is Revision 18. I sold Revision 23 (the last one burned) with my Extremist Pack #1 (no longer being sold or produced). Also, Revision 19 was sold in limited quantities.
No need to buy it on ebay. :)
BeeJ, as well as most of the BIWN team all frequent my forums Jaguar Sector II.
Last edited by Jaysmith2000; 12-25-2005 at 06:51 PM.
was the game really like gta?
It looked more like Shadowrun to me. It looked damned good actually!
What are the differences between revisions 18, 19 and 23? I've been tempted to try and acquire it, but with a 56k modem I'd have to use GetRight, in which case I want the definitive version.
Rev 23 and 19 have some videos/characters that are not available in Rev 18. Rev 18 is more stable than the other 2 especially C-space. Rev 18 is the only one available freely via download. I actually have all 23 revisions. Pics are on my site in the prototype registry.Originally Posted by Szczepaniak
Say, I'm not intending to question your ethics, but what gives you the right to sell copies of revision 23, and why don't you put it up for download, especially if you're not selling it anymore? This is something I've seen more often in the Atari scene and it's puzzled me...
I was given the rights by the programmer BJ West through Ambient Distortions when they published Rev 18. He's a regular on my forums. He has not authorized me to give it away freely.Originally Posted by AntiPasta
Forgot to mention, no profit was made from any of the Extremist Pack releases, nor any of my releases for that matter.
Last edited by Jaysmith2000; 01-01-2006 at 11:43 PM.