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Most JungleTac consoles are either handhelds or controller-based plug & play systems, usually with a large number of built-in games and no cartridge port (with the exception of the OneStation and Vii). Often similar looking consoles are released by various international distributors under different names (dreamGEAR, vs. Maxx, etc.) with a different combination of games. Some of its products include:
 
Most JungleTac consoles are either handhelds or controller-based plug & play systems, usually with a large number of built-in games and no cartridge port (with the exception of the OneStation and Vii). Often similar looking consoles are released by various international distributors under different names (dreamGEAR, vs. Maxx, etc.) with a different combination of games. Some of its products include:
 
===Controllers===
 
===Controllers===
* '''Game Vision 50 '''- Racing wheel controller with 50 games
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* '''Game Vision 50 '''- Racing wheel controller with 50 games - However qi sheng long released the console in taiwan only.
* '''25 Games '''- Standard Controller with 25 games
+
* '''25 Games '''- Standard Controller with 25 games - Qi sheng long have a console with the copyright screen graphics removed.
* '''Silverlit Electronics 35 in 1 Super Twins - '''Standard Controller with 35 8-bit games
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* '''Silverlit Electronics 35 in 1 Super Twins - '''Standard Controller with 35 8-bit games. Their name comes from a catch phrase.
   
 
=== Handhelds===
 
=== Handhelds===
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* '''[[One Station]]''' - A handheld console, most cartridges released were [[multicarts]] containing Jungletac's own 8 and 16-bit games or (mostly) official Famicom/NES games. An adapter was also released allowing it to play MD Max cartridges.
 
* '''[[One Station]]''' - A handheld console, most cartridges released were [[multicarts]] containing Jungletac's own 8 and 16-bit games or (mostly) official Famicom/NES games. An adapter was also released allowing it to play MD Max cartridges.
 
* '''VG Pocket''' series (handhelds manufactured by JungleTac for Pelican Accessories)
 
* '''VG Pocket''' series (handhelds manufactured by JungleTac for Pelican Accessories)
**VG Pocket Mini: 30 built-in games and a 1.5" screen. This game unit had poor sales, and has been discontinued.
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**VG Pocket Mini: 30 built-in games and a 1.5" screen. This game unit had poor sales, and has been discontinued. The console resembles lcd game consoles by yong yong.
 
**VG Pocket 50: 50 built-in games and a 2" screen.
 
**VG Pocket 50: 50 built-in games and a 2" screen.
 
**[[VG Pocket Max]]: 75 built-in games and a 2.5" screen.
 
**[[VG Pocket Max]]: 75 built-in games and a 2.5" screen.
**[[VG Pocket Caplet]]: 35 or 50 16-bit games, including licensed versions of Space Invaders, Bust-a-Move, and BurgerTime.
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**[[VG Pocket Caplet]]: 35 or 50 16-bit games, including licensed versions of Space Invaders, Bust-a-Move, and BurgerTime. All these licensed games are based on clones by nice code software.
**[[VG Pocket Tablet]]: 25 8-bit games, including a licensed version of Frogger.
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**[[VG Pocket Tablet]]: 25 8-bit games, including a licensed version of Frogger. Though this frogger clone is mostly based on the graphics hack of rabbit's adventure by nice code software.
   
 
===Consoles===
 
===Consoles===
   
* '''[[Vii]]''' aka Sport Vii/威力棒 (2007) - A 16-bit console with motion controls (for the built-in games only). Released by KenSingTon. Accepts "VC" cartridges containing generic JungleTac 16-bit games.
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* '''[[Vii]]''' aka Sport Vii/威力棒 (2007) - A 16-bit console with motion controls (for the built-in games only). Released by KenSingTon. Accepts "VC" cartridges containing generic JungleTac 16-bit games. Though the VC cartridges are identical to the gba cartridge releases. Except the VC cartridge releases hack the title screen.
* '''[[Zone]] 60, Zone 100''' (software at least, though the console itself resembles systems made by [[Subor]].A variant of the Zone 60 is called the Wireless 60 Gaming System.
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* '''[[Zone]] 60, Zone 100''' (software at least, though the console itself resembles waixing branded systems made by [[Subor]].A variant of the Zone 60 is called the Wireless 60 Gaming System. The wireless 60 gaming system was released in the USA. Subor ironically is a extension of waixing.
   
 
==List of games==
 
==List of games==
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*'''''Bump Car'''''
 
*'''''Bump Car'''''
 
*'''''Catch the Egg'''''
 
*'''''Catch the Egg'''''
*'''''Challenge 100''''' - Rainbow islands clone with kerokerokeroppi falling down a dark castle.
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*'''''Challenge 100''''' - Rainbow islands clone with kerokerokeroppi falling down a dark castle. Though there is a graphics hack of this game already.
 
*'''''Conquer South Pole'''''
 
*'''''Conquer South Pole'''''
 
*'''''Crazy Hit'''''
 
*'''''Crazy Hit'''''
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*'''''Fish Quiz'''''
 
*'''''Fish Quiz'''''
 
*'''''Flying'''''
 
*'''''Flying'''''
*'''''Freak Number'''''
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*'''''Freak Number''''' - A hack of one of nice code's qi sheng long games.
 
*'''''Garden Maze'''''
 
*'''''Garden Maze'''''
 
*'''''Gear Race'''''
 
*'''''Gear Race'''''
*'''''Go Bang'''''
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*'''''Go Bang''''' - A creative shooting ball game by jungletac.
 
*'''''Golden Arrow'''''
 
*'''''Golden Arrow'''''
 
*'''''GP Race'''''
 
*'''''GP Race'''''
 
*'''''Grass Cutter'''''
 
*'''''Grass Cutter'''''
 
*'''''Happy Diamond'''''
 
*'''''Happy Diamond'''''
*'''''Hard Win'''''
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*'''''Hard Win''''' - Remake of shudu challenge by nice code software.
 
*'''''Igloo Land'''''
 
*'''''Igloo Land'''''
 
*'''''Insect Chase'''''
 
*'''''Insect Chase'''''
*'''''Jewel Master''''' - Clone/hack of ''[[Magic Jewelry]]'' by [[Hwang Shinwei]], which is itself a clone of Columns
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*'''''Jewel Master''''' - Clone/hack of ''[[Magic Jewelry]]'' by [[Hwang Shinwei]], which is itself a clone of Columns. Though the gba cartridge changes the title screen.
 
*'''''Jumping Ball'''''
 
*'''''Jumping Ball'''''
 
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*'''''Lonely Island '''''- Hirake! Ponkikki clone
 
*'''''Lonely Island '''''- Hirake! Ponkikki clone
 
*'''''Loop Tennis'''''A frantic mouse clone.
 
*'''''Loop Tennis'''''A frantic mouse clone.
*'''''Lucky Lawn Mower'''''
+
*'''''Lucky Lawn Mower''''' - A hack of qi sheng long's version.
*'''''Magic Bubble'''''
+
*'''''Magic Bubble''''' - A remake of sachen's famicom game.
 
*'''''Magic Diamond'''''
 
*'''''Magic Diamond'''''
 
*'''''Matching Tiles'''''
 
*'''''Matching Tiles'''''
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*'''''Motor Rally'''''
 
*'''''Motor Rally'''''
 
*'''''Move Fun''''' - Bejeweled/Zoo Keeper clone
 
*'''''Move Fun''''' - Bejeweled/Zoo Keeper clone
*'''''Mr. Onion'''''
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*'''''Mr. Onion''''' - A port of the respective atari game.
 
*'''''Ocean Quest'''''
 
*'''''Ocean Quest'''''
 
*'''''Ogreish Flower'''''
 
*'''''Ogreish Flower'''''
 
*'''''Paint Master''''' - Hack/clone of ''[[Brush Roller]]'' by [[Hwang Shinwei]]
 
*'''''Paint Master''''' - Hack/clone of ''[[Brush Roller]]'' by [[Hwang Shinwei]]
 
*'''''Path Finder'''''
 
*'''''Path Finder'''''
*'''''Pet Shop'''''
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*'''''Pet Shop''''' - A update of nice code's dog mania clone.
 
*'''''Pinball Track'''''
 
*'''''Pinball Track'''''
 
*'''''Pool Pro'''''
 
*'''''Pool Pro'''''
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*'''''Smart Escape'''''
 
*'''''Smart Escape'''''
 
*'''''Space Castle''''' - ''Space Invaders'' clone
 
*'''''Space Castle''''' - ''Space Invaders'' clone
*'''''Speedy X-Way'''''
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*'''''Speedy X-Way''''' - A hack of motocross racing by nice code software.
 
*'''''Spin Ball'''''
 
*'''''Spin Ball'''''
 
*'''''Star Ally''''' - Vertical shoot 'em up, possibly a hack of ''Recca''
 
*'''''Star Ally''''' - Vertical shoot 'em up, possibly a hack of ''Recca''
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*'''''Towers'''''
 
*'''''Towers'''''
 
*'''''Track & Field''''' - Clone of 100M Dash from the Konami game of the same name.
 
*'''''Track & Field''''' - Clone of 100M Dash from the Konami game of the same name.
*'''''Transportation'''''
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*'''''Transportation''''' - A remake of the vt03 game by nice code software.
 
*'''''Truck Race'''''
 
*'''''Truck Race'''''
 
*'''''Ultra Doggy'''''
 
*'''''Ultra Doggy'''''
 
*'''''Under the Sea'''''
 
*'''''Under the Sea'''''
*'''''Valiant Rescue'''''
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*'''''Valiant Rescue''''' - A rpg game by jungletac.
*'''''VR Racing'''''
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*'''''VR Racing''''' - A clone of f1 hero.
*'''''Wison''''' - Hack wisdom boy by gamtec with title screen removed.
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*'''''Wison''''' - Hack of wisdom boy by gamtec with title screen removed.
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*'''''Worm Catch''''' - A clone of bug catching by vtech. Though hummer team did release it with a hacked title screen already.
*'''''Worm Catch'''''
 
 
*'''''Zero Tiger''''' - Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up
 
*'''''Zero Tiger''''' - Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up
 
|}
 
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==Connections to other companies==
 
==Connections to other companies==
 
===Nice Code===
 
===Nice Code===
Some games credited to Jungletac were developed by [[Nice Code Software]] according to their website, such as Abey's Dream, Dingle Hunt and Jig Chick<ref>http://www.game-nc.com/production/production168.htm</ref>, which are designed for a vertically oriented screen and as such have only appeared on a very small number of consoles. At least one console, the Lexibook Cyber Arcade Center 120 in 1, contains 8-bit games made by both companies which do not usually appear together.<ref>http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums/topic/8091910/1/</ref>
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Some games credited to Jungletac were developed by [[Nice Code Software]] according to their website, such as Abey's Dream, Dingle Hunt and Jig Chick<ref>http://www.game-nc.com/production/production168.htm</ref>, which are designed for a vertically oriented screen and as such have only appeared on a very small number of consoles. At least one console, the Lexibook Cyber Arcade Center 120 in 1, contains 8-bit games made by both companies which do not usually appear together. Though the lexibook console was finally released in europe. <ref>http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums/topic/8091910/1/</ref>
 
===Shenzhen Nanjing Technology===
 
===Shenzhen Nanjing Technology===
Some early versions of Jungletac's 8-bit games use music that would later be used in [[Nanjing]]'s RPGs, although it is replaced in later releases. Some OneStation carts also use the title screen music from Nanjing's Super Robot Wars A in their menus. This connection may be related to [[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]] as they are known to have developed games for both companies.
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Some early versions of Jungletac's 8-bit games use music that would later be used in [[Nanjing]]'s RPGs, although it is replaced in later releases. Some OneStation carts also use the title screen music from Nanjing's Super Robot Wars A in their menus. This connection may be related to [[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]] as they are known to have developed games for both companies. Though nice code do have the same music hacks in their list too.
===Cube Technology===
+
===Cube Technology===
[[Cube Technology]] was previously called "Cubetac" and at some point seems to have employed Wise Wang, who is credited in the EmuVT OneBus [[Famiclone]] emulator copyrighted to DJ-Jungle.
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[[Cube Technology]] was previously called "Cubetac" and at some point seems to have employed Wise Wang, who is credited in the EmuVT OneBus [[Famiclone]] emulator copyrighted to DJ-Jungle. Though the games that work without this emulator are mapper 4 hacks of the respective rom dumps. Cubetac ironically is copyrighted already. So they changed their name to a misspeling called ''chefer tech'' instead.
 
===Senca===
 
===Senca===
The title screen and some sports games from the [[Zone]] 60 console, credited to Jungletac, are very similar to those from the [[Family Sports]] series by [[Senca]].
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The title screen and some sports games from the [[Zone]] 60 console, credited to Jungletac, are very similar to those from the [[Family Sports]] series by [[Senca]]. Except that some games are shared instead of being graphic hacked by senca.
 
===Waixing===
 
===Waixing===
At least one [[Waixing]] game, Jing Hua Yuan, uses the Super Contra sound engine commonly used in Jungletac's 8-bit games with very similar music. Both Waixing and Jungletac's software development division are based in Fuzhou, so it is possible that some staff members moved between the two companies.
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At least one [[Waixing]] game, Jing Hua Yuan, uses the Super Contra sound engine commonly used in Jungletac's 8-bit games with very similar music. Both Waixing and Jungletac's software development division are based in Fuzhou, so it is possible that some staff members moved between the two companies. Though the onebus cartridges do contain additional music that fits under this category already.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Most, if not all, of Jungletac's consoles and OneStation carts have a test screen which appears if you hold A and B while turning the power on. Its functions vary depending on the hardware but these screens usually contain at least a controller test and a checksum (some systems require you to press Up & B to calculate this).
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* Most, if not all, of Jungletac's consoles and OneStation carts have a test screen which appears if you hold A and B while turning the power on. Its functions vary depending on the hardware but these screens usually contain at least a controller test and a checksum (Emuvt built in consoles require you to press Up & B to calculate this).
 
* At least the Classic Max Pocket has been seen with different brandings. The product is even available in some in-flight shops, and can be purchased during an airplane flight. One example is the 30-in-1 version licensed to Premier Portfolio in the UK, under the ZipStar brand name, which is available in British Airways' long-haul flights (it retails there for £60). Another 12-in-1 version was seen in a different flight, which is also distributed by Premier Portfolio, but with "(c) 2007 Jungle<sup>soft</sup> " on the back.
 
* At least the Classic Max Pocket has been seen with different brandings. The product is even available in some in-flight shops, and can be purchased during an airplane flight. One example is the 30-in-1 version licensed to Premier Portfolio in the UK, under the ZipStar brand name, which is available in British Airways' long-haul flights (it retails there for £60). Another 12-in-1 version was seen in a different flight, which is also distributed by Premier Portfolio, but with "(c) 2007 Jungle<sup>soft</sup> " on the back.
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This type of branding is very popular in netherlands.
 
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
[http://www.jungletac.com JungleTac's website]
 
[http://www.jungletac.com JungleTac's website]

Revision as of 12:50, 19 May 2015

Jungletac Interactive
丛林互动科技
Jungletac logo.png
JungleTac's logo
Origin Shenzhen, China (business/technical)
Fuzhou, China (software)
Hong Kong (finance/export)
Years 1999-present
Consoles Various 8-bit (Famiclone, possibly modified) & 16-bit (VT168, Sunplus SPG243, SPG260?, more?) hardware
Sounds used Konami, Nanjing etc
Aliases DJ-Jungle, Jungle Soft
Related companies KenSingTon, Nice Code Software, Waixing, Nanjing, Cube Technology, Senca

JungleTac is a Chinese company that produces 8-bit and 16-bit consoles and games.

Its business & technical team is located in Shenzhen, its software development team in Fuzhou & finance and export office in Hong Kong.[1]

Products

Most JungleTac consoles are either handhelds or controller-based plug & play systems, usually with a large number of built-in games and no cartridge port (with the exception of the OneStation and Vii). Often similar looking consoles are released by various international distributors under different names (dreamGEAR, vs. Maxx, etc.) with a different combination of games. Some of its products include:

Controllers

  • Game Vision 50 - Racing wheel controller with 50 games - However qi sheng long released the console in taiwan only.
  • 25 Games - Standard Controller with 25 games - Qi sheng long have a console with the copyright screen graphics removed.
  • Silverlit Electronics 35 in 1 Super Twins - Standard Controller with 35 8-bit games. Their name comes from a catch phrase.

Handhelds

  • Classic Max - available in both horizontal and vertical orientation, with 12 games built in
    • 30-game versions of both consoles (sometimes with different case designs) were also produced under various different names, including HiQ Classic, Zone Fusion and Heeha 100/300. Some include versions of the 12 games from the respective Classic Max plus 18 more, but using Jungletac's 8-bit sound engine

      Game Vision 50 by JungleTac

      instead of the 16-bit MIDI-esque music found in the Max; others (including the Zone Fusion) have a completely different selection of games. 

      The Classic Max Pocket, in Red and yellow. (Blue is standard)

  • Cyber Arcade Center- 8-bit handheld with 100 Jungletac games and 20 Nice Code games
  • M3 Pocket - 16-bit handheld with 50 games
  • One Station - A handheld console, most cartridges released were multicarts containing Jungletac's own 8 and 16-bit games or (mostly) official Famicom/NES games. An adapter was also released allowing it to play MD Max cartridges.
  • VG Pocket series (handhelds manufactured by JungleTac for Pelican Accessories)
    • VG Pocket Mini: 30 built-in games and a 1.5" screen. This game unit had poor sales, and has been discontinued. The console resembles lcd game consoles by yong yong.
    • VG Pocket 50: 50 built-in games and a 2" screen.
    • VG Pocket Max: 75 built-in games and a 2.5" screen.
    • VG Pocket Caplet: 35 or 50 16-bit games, including licensed versions of Space Invaders, Bust-a-Move, and BurgerTime. All these licensed games are based on clones by nice code software.
    • VG Pocket Tablet: 25 8-bit games, including a licensed version of Frogger. Though this frogger clone is mostly based on the graphics hack of rabbit's adventure by nice code software.

Consoles

  • Vii aka Sport Vii/威力棒 (2007) - A 16-bit console with motion controls (for the built-in games only). Released by KenSingTon. Accepts "VC" cartridges containing generic JungleTac 16-bit games. Though the VC cartridges are identical to the gba cartridge releases. Except the VC cartridge releases hack the title screen.
  • Zone 60, Zone 100 (software at least, though the console itself resembles waixing branded systems made by Subor.A variant of the Zone 60 is called the Wireless 60 Gaming System. The wireless 60 gaming system was released in the USA. Subor ironically is a extension of waixing.

List of games

8-bit

  • Aero Engine - Horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up
  • Animal Pool
  • Awake Baby
  • Ball Clash - Penguin-Kun Wars clone
  • Ball Mania
  • Basketball
  • Bean's Adventure
  • Beat the Bird
  • Big Racing - Overhead racing game
  • Bingo
  • Bingo Zap
  • Birdie Nest
  • Block Flying
  • Block Out - Breakout clone
  • Bolt Fighter
  • Bomb Fish
  • Bounce
  • Bubble Blaster - Puzzloop/Zuma clone
  • Bubble Factory
  • Build up Road
  • Bump Car
  • Catch the Egg
  • Challenge 100 - Rainbow islands clone with kerokerokeroppi falling down a dark castle. Though there is a graphics hack of this game already.
  • Conquer South Pole
  • Crazy Hit
  • Dangerous Zone
  • Dart Champion - Clone of Skeet Shooting from Track & Field
  • Delivery Man
  • Delta Fighter - Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up
  • Dragon Fire - Hack/clone of Fire Dragon by Gamtec
  • Dump Lorry Race
  • Elfland - Hack/clone of Elfland by Tip Top
  • Excel Racing
  • Fancy Match
  • Fast Race
  • Fire Fighter - Hack/clone of licensed Famicom game Flying Hero
  • Fish Catcher
  • Fish Quiz
  • Flying
  • Freak Number - A hack of one of nice code's qi sheng long games.
  • Garden Maze
  • Gear Race
  • Go Bang - A creative shooting ball game by jungletac.
  • Golden Arrow
  • GP Race
  • Grass Cutter
  • Happy Diamond
  • Hard Win - Remake of shudu challenge by nice code software.
  • Igloo Land
  • Insect Chase
  • Jewel Master - Clone/hack of Magic Jewelry by Hwang Shinwei, which is itself a clone of Columns. Though the gba cartridge changes the title screen.
  • Jumping Ball
  • Last Cabra - Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up
  • Lonely Island - Hirake! Ponkikki clone
  • Loop TennisA frantic mouse clone.
  • Lucky Lawn Mower - A hack of qi sheng long's version.
  • Magic Bubble - A remake of sachen's famicom game.
  • Magic Diamond
  • Matching Tiles
  • Monkey N Fox
  • Motor Rally
  • Move Fun - Bejeweled/Zoo Keeper clone
  • Mr. Onion - A port of the respective atari game.
  • Ocean Quest
  • Ogreish Flower
  • Paint Master - Hack/clone of Brush Roller by Hwang Shinwei
  • Path Finder
  • Pet Shop - A update of nice code's dog mania clone.
  • Pinball Track
  • Pool Pro
  • Push the Ball - Hack/clone of licensed Famicom game Shufflepuck Cafe
  • Push the Box - Sokoban clone
  • Racing Boat
  • Rainbow
  • Right Spot
  • Risker
  • Road Bumper
  • Road Star
  • Runner Car
  • Sea War
  • Sky Mission
  • Slot Machine
  • Smart Escape
  • Space Castle - Space Invaders clone
  • Speedy X-Way - A hack of motocross racing by nice code software.
  • Spin Ball
  • Star Ally - Vertical shoot 'em up, possibly a hack of Recca
  • Submarine War
  • Super Surfing
  • Texas Hold'em
  • The Night
  • Towers
  • Track & Field - Clone of 100M Dash from the Konami game of the same name.
  • Transportation - A remake of the vt03 game by nice code software.
  • Truck Race
  • Ultra Doggy
  • Under the Sea
  • Valiant Rescue - A rpg game by jungletac.
  • VR Racing - A clone of f1 hero.
  • Wison - Hack of wisdom boy by gamtec with title screen removed.
  • Worm Catch - A clone of bug catching by vtech. Though hummer team did release it with a hacked title screen already.
  • Zero Tiger - Vertically scrolling shoot 'em up

16-bit

"Classic Max Pocket" hardware type 1

The unknown 16-bit hardware used in the 12-in-1 Classic Max Pocket

  • Hero Legend
  • Mini Golf
  • Night Wings
  • North Salvation

Connections to other companies

Nice Code

Some games credited to Jungletac were developed by Nice Code Software according to their website, such as Abey's Dream, Dingle Hunt and Jig Chick[2], which are designed for a vertically oriented screen and as such have only appeared on a very small number of consoles. At least one console, the Lexibook Cyber Arcade Center 120 in 1, contains 8-bit games made by both companies which do not usually appear together. Though the lexibook console was finally released in europe. [3]

Shenzhen Nanjing Technology

Some early versions of Jungletac's 8-bit games use music that would later be used in Nanjing's RPGs, although it is replaced in later releases. Some OneStation carts also use the title screen music from Nanjing's Super Robot Wars A in their menus. This connection may be related to Nice Code as they are known to have developed games for both companies. Though nice code do have the same music hacks in their list too.

Cube Technology

Cube Technology was previously called "Cubetac" and at some point seems to have employed Wise Wang, who is credited in the EmuVT OneBus Famiclone emulator copyrighted to DJ-Jungle. Though the games that work without this emulator are mapper 4 hacks of the respective rom dumps. Cubetac ironically is copyrighted already. So they changed their name to a misspeling called chefer tech instead.

Senca

The title screen and some sports games from the Zone 60 console, credited to Jungletac, are very similar to those from the Family Sports series by Senca. Except that some games are shared instead of being graphic hacked by senca.

Waixing

At least one Waixing game, Jing Hua Yuan, uses the Super Contra sound engine commonly used in Jungletac's 8-bit games with very similar music. Both Waixing and Jungletac's software development division are based in Fuzhou, so it is possible that some staff members moved between the two companies. Though the onebus cartridges do contain additional music that fits under this category already.

References

Trivia

  • Most, if not all, of Jungletac's consoles and OneStation carts have a test screen which appears if you hold A and B while turning the power on. Its functions vary depending on the hardware but these screens usually contain at least a controller test and a checksum (Emuvt built in consoles require you to press Up & B to calculate this).
  • At least the Classic Max Pocket has been seen with different brandings. The product is even available in some in-flight shops, and can be purchased during an airplane flight. One example is the 30-in-1 version licensed to Premier Portfolio in the UK, under the ZipStar brand name, which is available in British Airways' long-haul flights (it retails there for £60). Another 12-in-1 version was seen in a different flight, which is also distributed by Premier Portfolio, but with "(c) 2007 Junglesoft " on the back.

This type of branding is very popular in netherlands.

Links

JungleTac's website


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