The Atari Jaguar is a video game console that was developed by Atari Corporation in 1993. It was marketed as the first 64-bit gaming system, but was a commercial failure, and is widely regarded as one of the worst systems ever made.
The console later received a CD-ROM peripheral called Atari Jaguar CD, released in 1995.
JagView is a tool to find and display uncompressed Jaguar pictures embedded in a ROM file (or separate files). The tool supports 8-bit, RGB and CRY (unique to Jaguar) formats, has a zoom feature and a number of premade settings for specific games. It is similar to Texture Finder and can be potentially usefull for searching through non-Jaguar roms and archives too. JagView is available for Windows at jagware.org.
|2nd Generation||Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - ColecoVision - Intellivision|
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|4th Generation||Amiga - Neo Geo - Neo Geo CD - Philips CD-i - Sega Genesis - Super Nintendo Entertainment System - TurboGrafx-16 - X68000|
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