Virtual Jaguar is an Atari Jaguar emulator with a high rate of compatibility. It comes with a bunch of features, such as screenshots, save states, the famous Retro Achievements and remapping. It can successfully take .ROM, .J64, .JAG and .ABS files, among a few others. The emulator is based on Potato Emulation – out of use these days, yet still available online. The emulator is available for free and fairly simple to use. The open source emulator has great support and an impressive frame rate. It runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems and can emulate games like Alien vs Predator, Tempest 2000 or Iron Soldier.
Virtual Jaguar has been ported to Android as well, meaning it will run on mobile phones and tablets – the application is free. The last version came out in 2014. No further updates have been released, so the project was most likely abandoned.