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These appeared as incredibly thin flat cartridges. The cartridge styles changed from flat to ridged and finally to one with a curved upper lip. Later releases appear on a PCB printed circuit board. There is a great collection of games for the Lynx, to see what they are and get information on them, check out the Game Database. The Lynx came with a great assortment of accessories, ranging from official Atari accessories to third party ones.
You can read more about them here: Atari Lynx Accessories. Games and other software for the Lynx can be emulated. To learn more about that, see this page - Atari Lynx Emulation. There have been many developments to fuel this. There has also been a platitude of professional homebrew game releases from publishers such as Songbird Productions and Yastuna Games.
The homebrew scene on the Lynx has been very alive and active. We keep a track of various new releases and you can explore them all here. Your 1 source for Atari Lynx news and information! Games Website. April Fool's Jokes. Atari Entertainment. Lapel Pins. Beta Tester. Atari Lynx Forum. Please tell us about it! Did you like what you just read? Please take a moment to see how you can support Atari Gamer.
With your help we can keep this retro gaming website going and develop new content! Nintendo , Sega , and other companies declined, but Atari and Epyx eventually agreed that Atari would handle production and marketing, and Epyx would handle software development. Epyx declared bankruptcy by the end of the year, and Atari essentially owned the entire project; both Atari and others, however, had to purchase Amigas from Atari arch-rival Commodore to develop Lynx software.
Thus, less RAM is then available and each game's initial loading is slow. Lynx developers have noted that "there is still reference of the tape and some hardware addresses"  and an updated vintage Epyx manual describes the bare existence of what could be utilized for tape support. Atari changed the internal speaker and removed the thumb stick on the control pad. Its launch was successful. As with the console units, the game cartridge design evolved over the first year of the console's release.
The first generation of cartridges are flat, and designed to be stackable for ease of storage. However, this design proved to be very difficult to remove from the console and was replaced by a second design. This style, called "tabbed" or "ridged", adds two small tabs on the underside to aid in removal. The original flat style cartridges can be stacked on top of the newer cartridges, but the newer cartridges can not be easily stacked on each other, nor were they stored easily.
Thus a third style, the "curved lip" style was produced, and all official and third-party cartridges during the console's lifespan were released or re-released using this style. In May , Sega launched its Game Gear portable gaming handheld with a color screen. Retailers such as Game and Toys "R" Us continued to sell the Lynx well into the mids on the back of the Atari Jaguar launch, helped by magazines such as Ultimate Future Games which continued to cover the Lynx alongside the new generation of bit and bit consoles.
During , the Lynx had moderate sales. In July , Atari introduced the Lynx II with a new marketing campaign, new packaging, slightly improved hardware, better battery life, and a new sleeker look. The new system referred to within Atari as the "Lynx II" features rubber hand grips and a clearer backlit color screen with a power save option which turn off the LCD panel's backlighting.
It replaced the monaural headphone jack of the original Lynx with one wired for stereo. Although sales improved, Nintendo still dominated the handheld market. In , Atari started shifting its focus away from the Lynx in order to prepare for the launch of the Jaguar;  a few games were released during that time, including Battlezone Support for the Lynx was formally discontinued in After the respective launches of the Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation drastically caused the commercial failure of the Jaguar , Atari terminated all internal game and hardware development in late and, by early , agreed to a reverse merger with JTS, Inc.
The Atari Lynx's features include being the first color handheld, with a backlit display, a switchable right- and left-handed upside down configuration, and the ability to network with up to 15 other units via its Comlynx system though most games network eight or fewer players. Comlynx was originally developed to run over infrared links, codenamed RedEye. According to Peter Engelbrite, when players walked through the beam, the link would be interrupted.
The maximum stable connection allowed was eight players. Each Lynx needs a copy of the game, and one cable can connect two machines. The cables can be connected into a chain. The leading-edge display was the most expensive component, so the color choice was one of economy. If the low-cost glass and drivers would have supported a million colors, I would have done it.
Dave Needle , Lynx co-designer . The Lynx was cited as the "first gaming console with hardware support for zooming and distortion of sprites ". Featuring a color palette and integrated math and graphics co-processors including a blitter unit , its pseudo-3D color graphics display was said to be the key defining feature in the system's competition against Nintendo's monochromatic Game Boy.
Lynx was reviewed in in Dragon , which gave it 5 out of 5 stars. The review states that the Lynx "throws the Game Boy into the prehistoric age", and praises the built-in object scaling capabilities, the multiplayer feature of the ComLynx cable, and the strong set of launch games. Telegames released several games in the late s, including a port of Raiden and a platformer called Fat Bobby in ,  and an action sports game called Hyperdrome in Internet theories say that the Lynx may have also been opened up to the public at the same time as the Jaguar,  but this is clearly disputed.
Nevertheless, since discontinuation, the Lynx, like the Jaguar, has continued to receive support from a grassroots community  which would go on to produce many successful homebrew games such as T-Tris the first Lynx game with a save-game feature ,  Alpine Games ,  and Zaku.
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