New Atari Jaguar Game - Impulse X Nov 30, 2012 11:23:34 GMT -5
Post by TrekMD on Nov 30, 2012 11:23:34 GMT -5
Does anyone remember Breakout, Arkanoid or the original Impulse on the Atari Falcon? Well now meet Impulse X.
Basically the goal of the game is to destroy all bricks using a bat and ball in each of the playfields. There are 40 to start with. So far so good, predictable you may think - but now check this out. You can control the bat with the usual Jagpad, ProController, Rotary Controller and also supported is a digital mouse!
You remember I said 40 playable fields? Well you can also create your own playing fields using the built in level editor and using webcodes supplied for your Top Ten scores compete on High Score Tables with other players.
User designed levels can be stored on the Memory Track cartridge
High scores can be stored on Memory Track
A BJL Loader is also included allowing download of RAM based Jaguar programs via the PC to your Jaguar
Both CD and cartridge versions
Full colour box and manual
(Cable and Memory Track are not included)
So as you guessed from above the game is on Jaguar CD, but fear not a Cartridge version will be available in a couple of weeks. This post will be updated as soon as they are available!
Mathias Domin has worked extremely hard on this, you get a CD Box with a Full Colour Manual, Impulse X Poster on which you can record your score on the reverse and a Colour printed CD. The presentation shows the amount of thought and care that has gone into this game. In the manual are pin outs for the BJL cable, mouse and rotary controllers. This product oozes dedication, bringing you a great addition to your collection and something to be proud of.
Something of interest for you computer music fans, there is a note inside each box promoting "505" who did the music for Impulse X. They are well worth checking out and you can look at there website HERE!
Impulse X on CD is available from Nick at 16/32 Systems for the fantastic price of just £24!!!! Follow the links below to order the game and to look at the website of the programmer Matthias Domin.
MD Games Website