Jaguar CD

Launch 1995
Launch 1996

The Atari Jaguar CD is a fifth generation (1993‚Äì2005) CD-ROM peripheral for the Atari Jaguar video game console developed and distributed by Atari Corporation. It was released in September 1995 in North America at a retail price of $149.95. The peripheral was also released in Europe (1995). The Jaguar CD unit featured a double-speed (2√ó) drive and its own cartridge slot to allow cartridge games to be played without removing the CD drive. The peripheral was discontinued in early 1996, possibly at the time of the company’s sale on April 8, 1996.

“The Jaguar CD was an add-on for Atari’s Jaguar console that allowed the Jaguar to play specially developed CD-ROM games. Just 11 games were produced for the system in its lifetime, and the add-on was given the nickname ‘toilet seat’ due to its appearance
## Emul

Jaguar CD support is low to non-existent in most Jaguar emulators. [Project Tempest]( supports two titles (Primal Rage and Baldies)

*Emulator information last updated 18th April 2020*
## Tech
**Name** | Atari Jaguar CD
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**Origin** | United States
**Storage** | CD Rom
**Cost** | $149.95 (US Launch)
## Reso
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