1 - 7 of 7  ::  JOIN  ::  Forum  ::  Info  ::  Next Ring  
Atari Console Developers - If you're an Atari console fan looking for new games, or a programmer developing games for the Atari Jaguar, Lynx, or ol

  Forums     Market     Login   Signup



Atari Console Developers

Listed in:
Home > Computers & Internet > Software > Development > Game Programming
Manager: system2
If you're an Atari console fan looking for new games, or a programmer developing games for the Atari Jaguar, Lynx, or older Atari consoles, this is the webring for you. Listing only active developers, and Atari console related programming sites, you won't be wasting your time checking out all the sites in the ring!
 

Sponsored Links



   JustClaws Devcats, Atari Jaguar 64 Game Development Preview Go
JustClaws Devcats is for Atari Jaguar 64 and Lynx developers, but focusing mainly on the Atari Jaguar. Features information on development kits, programming, information on existing developers, downloads, source code and tutorials, and more coming.
   Atari Patents on CD-ROM Preview Go
Perfect CD-ROM for ATARI Developers with over 170 Atari Patents which reveal the inner workings (both Hardware and Software) for ATARI Systems.
   fortapocalypse Preview Go
Atari 2600 Homebrew games and other classic gaming and computing information.


   Badcoder Consolation Preview Go
BadCoder wants to demonstrate that you can write imaginative Video-Games with a bit of help.
   Team Franglais Home-Page Preview Go
Team Franglais consists of Fred Moreau and JustClaws. Both team members have their own Atari Jaguar 64 projects. To learn more about the Team members, visit Fred Moreau's page, or JustClaws DevCats. The first downloadable UGD game is Bounce! released for the €JagFest 2001.
   More Than Games / RixCAT Preview Go
Developement and manufacture of software and hardware accessories, mostly for Jaguar and Atari computer systems. Also, posting of some technical and schematic info.
   Baroque Gaming Preview Go
An Atari 2600 VCS development site. Current projects include "Sniper," and "Tree Hugger." Published "Warring Worms" in Feb. 2002.






Contact Us | Copyright © 2001-2016 WebRing®, Inc. Terms of Service - Help - Privacy Policy