Indiana Jag [Jaguar – Cancelled]

Indiana Jag [Jaguar – Cancelled]

Indiana Jag is a cancelled mascot platform game in development by french Virtual Xperience around 1994/1995. Five different kind of areas were expected like jungle, Old West, Egypt and Space. As Rodolphe Czuba, Virtual Xperience developer at the time, recalled “only some graphics were done for Indy Jag, a concept like a humorous Indiana Jones with a jaguar figure”.

Information and scans from Joypad issue 34, additional images courtesy of


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Un bugiardaccio senza più estro né talento.

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2 thoughts on “Indiana Jag [Jaguar – Cancelled]

  1. Ross Sillifant

    Going off inital press release, game was to use Jaguar hardware for 8 levels of parallax scrolling, as many sprites as possible etc.

    Game would of been set over 6 levels.


    Virtual Xperience was developing the game at the same time as ZzyorxX II, which was also previewed on the same scan featured on the article. Like it’s stated above, Indiana Jags was going to be a 2D platformer, similar in vein to Rayman in terms of graphics. It was also going to feature 6 levels with multiple varíety in the enviroment of the levels, it was going to be heavy in the parallax department featuring as much as 8 layers of parallax. It was probably canned due to Atari’s lack of interest in 2D games at some point for the system, which also affected Shen Technologies SARL’s Nexus (a Raiden-influenced shoot ’em up). VX was also doing a little Pong game that was never meant to see the light of day…

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