Web site: icculus.org/virtualjaguar/
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows, BSD, BeOS
License: GNU GPL
First release: 2003
Virtual Jaguar – a software dedicated to emulating the Atari Jaguar hardware on a standard PC. The software was originally developed by David Raingeard of Potato Emulation potato.emu-france.com and was released under the GPL on 25 June 2003.
Virtual Jaguar GCC/Qt is not just a port of the MS Visual C++/SDL source code but has also been extended and rewritten so that we can enjoy Atari Jaguar
emulation on every platform that has a GCC compiler and a port of Qt.
Currently Virtual Jaguar GCC/Qt compiles on WIN32 using mingw, and several UN*X based systems (BeOS, Linux, FreeBSD and MacOS). It may run on other systems as well but we can not guarantee that.
The port was done by the SDLEMU crew sdlemu.ngemu.com and especially by Niels Wagenaar and Carwin Jones. A major portion of the rewrite was done by
Ported by SDLEMU (Niels Wagenaar & Carwin Jones) and is based upon the original work by David Raingeard of Potato Emulation. For requirements please
consult the INSTALL file for more information about supported OS’s and software requirements.
This software is released under the GPL v3 or later.
Virtual Jaguar 2.1.2 Windows32 11.07MB.rar
Virtual Jaguar 2.1.2 Windows64 12.00MB.rar
Virtual Jaguar 2.1.2 source 2.91MB.tar.bz2
Virtual Jaguar 2.0.2 Mac 2.51MB.zip