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Blue Lightning

Blue Lightning (JCD) game cover art
Platform: Jaguar CD
Genre: Flight Simulation (Contemporary)
Developer: Epyx

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08/??/1995
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Reader Reviews

Blue Lightning review

Reviewed May 24, 2007

LS650 says: "Recently I joined a very elite club: the group of Atari Jaguar CD owners. The Jag CD add-on was released very late in the Jaguar's brief lifespan, so there were relatively few titles released for it. Apparently only 20,000 CD units were manufactured, but those people who did buy one new received four pack-in discs: a music-only CD of Tempest 2000's 'soundtrack', a brief demo of Myst, the music/puzzle game Vid Grid, and Blue Lightning. "
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