Upcoming Game Summaries (Jan.22,1994)

From: Atari SIG (xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu)
Date: 02/20/94-12:54:34 PM Z

From: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG)
Subject: Upcoming Game Summaries (Jan.22,1994)
Date: Sun Feb 20 12:54:34 1994

 :: Volume 3 - Issue 1       ATARI EXPLORER ONLINE       22 January 1994 ::

//// Upcoming Games

//// Alien vs. Predator by Atari. Choose your weapon in a 64-bit
combat challenge with the stars of these feature film blockbusters.
Alien's machete-like tail and nasty jaws are perfect for ripping into
any predator. Predator's sophisticated weaponr and superior infrared
night vision make it easy to search out your victims. The Marine
Corporal's massive arsenal and sophisticated combat computer skills
make hunting mutants easy. Battle through miles of texture-mapped
corridors with stunning digitized character recreations.
Lightning-fast speed provides the ultimate in chase sequences.
Exceptional colors and light shading throw you in the middle of all
the limb-severing action.

//// Battlewheels by Beyond Games. Buckle up for 64 bits of
metal-mashing arcade action. 2021 AD. Humankind has turned to an
increasingly dangerous spectator sports for its entertainment. Welcome
to Battlewheels! Drive solo or team up with as many as eight of your
buddies for a futuristic demoltion derby to the death. Custom equip
your suicide vehicle from the ground up with machine guns, missiles,
flame-throwers... and compete for "kills," cash and glory against a
vicious band of road warriors -  through treacherous deserts and ghost
cities of a bygone era. Yeeehaw!

//// Brutal Sports Football by Telegames. Crush 'em, mutiliate 'em,
splatter 'em all over the field.... It's anything goes in Brutal
Sports Football. No more rules - just pick up the ball and run for
your life as Jaguar's five high-performance processors throw you on
the gridiron with 16 of the most unforgiving mutant teams to ever
separate a cyborg from his generator pack. Compared to this, Pro Ball
is Powder Puff.  Five methods of control, three play modes - an
audio/visual experience that will literally tear you apart.

//// Car Wars by Midnite Software, Inc. Earth, 2094. Advances in
technology eliminated tires, refueling and, in general, made the roads
a safer place - at least within the city limits. Outside the clean
cityscapes - in the Arena, where bloodthirsty drivers clahs in massive
road beasts to battle for what is yours, and what you think should be
yours - is where you do your driving. It's a futuristic off-road
carnage bonanza that takes full adventure of Jaguar's stock graphic

//// Checkered Flag II by Atari. Formula racing peaks in real-time 3D
action so intense, so realistic, your skin may actually peel back over
your cheekbones. This is eyeball-dryin' racing action only the blazing
speed and power of Jaguar can deliver. Customize your car and hit the
road against a fierce field of speed demons. Cars, buildings and roads
are rendered in true toe-curling 3D. 100 percent authentic effects -
crashes are realistic in both sound and imagery, with parts flying and
tires screeching. Helmet optional, but highly recommended!

//// Club Drive by Atari. You've never experienced racing like this!
Designed especially for the Jaguar, Club Drive pulls you into a fully
rendered 3D environment. There are no rails here - just 70 square
miles of San Francisco to race through and explore. Go anywhere as you
chase down your opponent in a fast-paced game of tag through the
craggy canyons and frontier towns of the Old West. Crash and score as
you test your wheels in a futuristic skateboard park - for cars!
Experience what it's like to be a toy car and race through your
neighbor's house, around coffee tables and under the television. It's
your chance to do things with a car Henry Ford would've never dreamed

//// Commando by Microids. Take an in-depth, first-person perspective
into the trenches of 64-bit warfare. As the Officer in Charge of a
team of crack commandos, you'll experience all the rigors of gritty
jungle combat through the eyes of a real soldier as you patrol, set
ambushes, destroy key structures, rescue personnel... and ultimately
win one for your Commando team. Jaguar's sophisticated animation and
audio processors bring you front-line combat so real, extended play
may cause flashbacks!

//// Doom by Id Software. Doom is an ultra-fast virtual reality
showcase that plunges you deep into a brutal 3D world filled with
enough graphic violence to earn this monster its very own warning
label. As a renegade space marine, you must utilize state-of-the-art
weaponry and technological artifacts to fend off legions of gruesome
fiends, and use your wits to solve hundreds of lethal puzzles.
Dramatic, high-speed animation and Jaguar's uncompromising multimedia
realism bring this fantastic and grisly adventure to life.

//// Dungeon Depths by Midnite Software, Inc. Long ago in an ancient,
uncivilized world, man built great castles to close himself off from
the grunts of the earth. And beneath these castles he built miles of
dungeons to imprison you and your repressed minions. Get ready for a
medieval multiple-player role- playing arcade adventure as you battle
"surface dwellers" in an effort to rise up from the clutches of the
aristocracy. With rich, vibrant graphics, this 3D textured underworld
epic makes full use of Jaguar's real-time rendering, advanced 3D
texturing and high-speed animation capabilities.

//// European Soccer Challenge by Telegames. Goooaaaal! The Atari Lynx
sports favorite comes to the Jaguar. This proven soccer program
delivers an expanded season and playoff format, 170 teams and complete
team/individual stats. In addition, each player possesses his own
personality and performance capabilities. You even have the option to
make trades. For sport fanatics, European Soccer Challenge is a 64-bit

//// Evidence by Microids. The magic of the movies meets the power of
Jaguar. This 3D interactive feature combines unbridled 64-bit
technology with incredible motion picture effects. As a young reporter
wrongly charged with murder, you must find a way to escape from prison
and expose the party responsible for putting you behind bars.
Full-motion video and digital sound effects are Evidence of a gaming
experience only Jaguar can deliver.

//// Hosenose and Booger by ASG Technologies, Inc. Here's one for the
sick and twisted. Hosenose has a cold and as fate would have it, he's
managed to sneeze and suck his girlfriend Hotsnot deep into his brain.
In a unique gaming experience that fully showcases Jaguar's monster
graphic capabilities, you'll take a nose-dive into Hosenose's sinuous
nasal passages in search of the lovely yet cerebral Hotsnot. Through
every organ and orifice you'll meet a wild cast of disgusting
characters, including Mickki Mewkus, Logjam Sam, Vicki Virus, and the
Evil Dr. Bile. An off-beat animated adventure only the 64-bit power of
Jaguar can deliver.

//// Return to Zork by Activision. The next generation of classic Zork
adventures makes its triumphant 64-bit debut! The closest an
interactive computer game has ever come to cinematic quality
production, Return to Zork fully showcases Jaguar's powerful graphic
capabilities by combining a mix of full-motion video live action
scenes, and photo realistic animation. This amazing 64-bit adventure
is filled with danger, intrigue and low cunning. It's loaded with
fascinating puzzles, and a revolutionary interface, an original cast
of real Hollywood actors, more than an hour of spoken dialogue and 200
CD-quality musical themes.

//// Tempest 2000 by Atari. Updated with heart-stopping energy, this
arcade classic sweeps into the 21st Century. Using vector graphics,
rapid fire, a fully interactive starfield and CD-quality stereo sound,
the power of Jaguar telports Tempest 2000 into the 64th dimension.
Manipulative abilities have been modernized with new features that
include spins and twists not seen in the original, plus an exciting
upgrade to the year 2000 that spotlights Jaguar's 3D polygon rendering

//// Tiny Toon Adventures by Atari. Leap inside a real cartoon! Based
on the popular Warner Bros. characters, this zany platform scroller is
a true showcase of Jaguar's rich animation capabilities. Bad boy
Montana Max has a new toy: an Acme TiToonium Converter. But the only
place he can get TiToonium is on a planet Aurica, and the removal of
Titoonium is causing grave ecological damage to the Toon-filled
universe. Armed with Acme Crazy Net, follow Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny
and Plucky Duck as they embark on a mission to shut down the Acme
TiToonium-Gold Converter - and save planet Aurica.

//// Ultimate Brain Games by Telegames. The popular Lynx mind bender
comes to the 64-bit format. Test your moves against the only system
qualified to accommodate all the CPU horsepower required for a real
chess challenge. Work your way to master status on a full-scale
battlefield with classic chess - and checkers, and backgammon. There's
a challenge here for every skill level and member of the family.
Extended features - such as specific game set-up for the computer
solution and digitized graphics - make this product a must for your
video game library.

//// Ultra Vortex by Beyond Games. Ultra Vortex is street fighting to
the 64th power! History has seen the rise and fall of many warriors.
All fell to the power of the Vortex Guardian, who has dominated
mankind for thousands of years. It's 2045 - time again for the
Testing. You and nine other able warriors have been choosen from
America's top underground gangs to fight for the right to take on the
Guardian.  Drawing on the mesmerizing powers of the Vortex, you must
master deadly street fighting and martial arts skills - including the
lethal "Vortex Annihilator"... destroy a field of formidable
champions... and ultimately crush the Guardian!

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