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  1. Sega Ages 2500 Video Snaps HD Pack

    33 video snaps HD (960x720) Sega Ages 2500 (PS2)
    Enjoy!
     

    79 downloads

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  2. Global VR Raw Thrills + Konami PC Based Sega Lindbergh Wahlap Tech

    Global VR Raw Thrills + Konami PC Based Sega Lindbergh Wahlap Tech
    All new media to add to your Teknoparrot Set up Includes All the working Global VR games 2 Raw Thrills Games 1 Sega Lindbergh 1 Konami Pc Based and 1 Wahlaptech game, box art, fan art, video themes, system themes and logos, i didn't make a system theme for Wahlap tech being as there's only one game for it, i just put it in with the sega arcade pc theme, i will make one if more games become playable on this platform:) 
    Sorry it's a bit late felt like  crap all day, think i got a 24hr bug
    Enjoy Guys
     
     

    73 downloads

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  3. Arcade Cabinet Banners for Bannerbox

    This is my collection of Arcade Cabinet Banners for Bannerbox.  The goal is to have a complete marquee set for the cabinets.  However this will come in time.  These can be easily edited with your own screenshots and/or marquees as well, as there are no overlays on the images. This pack contains 2,782 banners.  Because of this some banners may be a little...wonky.

    33 downloads

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  4. Daphne Cabinet Banners for BannerBox

    This is simple set of Banners with representative cabinets for Daphne laserdisc games.  These cabinets are merely simple mockups of the actual cabinets (and were actually made many years ago).  I made them into Banners and thought I would share.

    10 downloads

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  5. Xirvet's Retrotastic Game Backgrounds Packs (Multi-consoles)

    Alright I had been working on these for a year now so this first pack is a whooping 1GB (blame my lazyness) and don't worry, other packs will come in the future and be much smaller in scale. I'll update this description later with all the games included but for now there is plenty in here, I'm sure you have some.

    Of course you'll need @faeran's amazing theme that you can find in the theme manager of Big Box or over here, you'll also find the instruction on how to set these backgrounds for yourself and don't worry, my files are organized to be an easy import

     Also in this pack, you'll find graphics with no backgrounds and that's because these are my own personnal addons to @Scratcher's already great contributions to this theme which you can find here if you don't already have them 
     

    331 downloads

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  6. A curated list of 75 Pico-8 game videos with instructions

    Included in the download: You can choose either the 1920x1080 set or a 1080x1080 cropped set depending on which one works better for you. Each set contains 75 short gameplay videos from a set of games I hand selected from the featured cartridges list on the Pico-8 site. Some of the games are short (Little Dragon Adventure), some are kind of quirky (Feed the Ducks), some are interesting re-creations, (Super Mario Bros, Pico Man, Pico Tetris), but all are fun. I added a clear logo and a marquee image in the download. I've also included my Pico-8 xml file. You can drop the xml into the \Launchbox\Data\Platforms folder to easily load the platform and to get the cartridges to match how I've named the videos. I would steer clear of letting the Launchbox database try to name any of this stuff as you'll end up with a mess since the database doesn't have Pico-8 yet. Since this is a fantasy console, we may never see these in the database.
     
    Preview

    preview.mp4  
    Before you go down the Pico-8 path.....  I have not included the games here. You will need to go to the Pico-8 site to get those. You will also need the Pico-8 Fantasy Console executable which costs $14.99 on the Pico-8 site. Pico 8 will let you load the games from the website, directly within the Pico-8 executable by opening it and typing splore at the prompt. Having said that, there might be a way to launch the games that way from Launchbox/Bigbox, but I have no clue how to go about it. Instead, I'm loading the cartridges like a traditional ROM using the command-line switches -windowed 0 -run (see screenshot below). To exit the emulator, the default method is alt-f4. I'm using a quick and dirty ahk script in the running autohotkey script tab that uses the Escape key. There might be something better to use for the ahk code, but this seems to work OK. 


    Within the download is an excel file to help you match the video names to the cartridge names so you know which ones to download. It's kind of a hassle to set up Pico-8 because the cartridges are named things like 15133.p8.png (this is the game Celeste) and the Launchbox database doesn't have Pico-8 games, so you'll be stuck renaming everything by hand (or just use the xml file provided). Still, it seems like a worthwhile project if you don't mind doing a little work. If you use the spreadsheet I've attached and use the search function on the Pico-8 site, you can probably get all the games within 10 minutes or so. The games are free, but sharing is not allowed so I'm afraid you'll need to do the hard work on your own. To download the carts, find the one you want and then click the cart button in the lower left of the game that loads in your browser. On the page that opens, you'll see an image of a cartridge. You need to download that image and save it. It is an image, but oddly enough, it is also the cartridge or ROM. The downloaded file will have a .png extension. You can leave the extension as it is, Pico-8 will load it fine. Once you get all the games on the list, with Launchbox closed, copy the games into \Launchbox\Games\Pico-8 folder in Launchbox (you might need to create this folder if you haven't set up Pico-8 yet within Launchbox). You can copy the games and also use them in the Launchbox\Images\Pico-8\Clear Logo folder if you'd like to use the images as clear logos or maybe put them in the Launchbox\Images\Platforms\Pico-8\Default Cart folder if you'd rather use them as cart images. It's up to you. Once you have all the games, if you want to use the xml, add it to your \Launchbox\Data\Platforms folder. When you start Launchbox again, you should now have the Pico-8 platform as an option. Hopefully you've already set up Pico-8 as an emulator within Launchbox, but if you haven't, do that next and then select all the Pico-8 games in the list and mass edit them to use the Pico-8 emulator as the default emulator for these games.

     
    On the PICO-8 Website:
    Search

     
    Found cart. Click it to open in the browser.

     
    You can play the game in your browser by clicking the play button. But don't get distracted, you're here to download the game. Click the cart button in the lower left.

     
    On the next page, download this image. This is the cart/rom/image thing.

     
    In Pico-8, you can remap the controls to any keys you like. Launch Pico-8 by itself and type keyconfig.

     
    Other Keys
        Toggle Fullscreen: Alt+Enter 
        Quit: Alt+F4 or command-Q
        Reload/Run/Restart cart: Ctrl+R
        Quick-Save: Ctrl+S
        Mute/Unmute: Ctrl+M
        Player 1 defaults: Cursors + ZX / NM / CV
        Player 2 defaults: SDFE + tab,Q / shift A
        Enter or P for pause menu (while running)
    I'm not sure about re-mapping game controllers, but my X-box One seems to do just fine with the defaults. To exit the game with a controller, use the start game button and select shutdown.
    One last thing. Pico-8 games are fun to play, but the Pico-8 site seems more geared to Pico-8 game developers than game players. It might help if you keep this in mind when perusing their site.
    Pico-8 website: https://www.lexaloffle.com/pico-8.php
    Pico-8 Manual: https://www.lexaloffle.com/pico8_manual.txt
     
    There is a platform video for Pico-8 by @eli517 you can use as well. I forgot to add this when I made this post. This video is what got me interested in Pico-8 to begin with, so thank you to eli517.
     
    Apologies if my instructions seem a little scattered. I'm kind of doing a braindump of all I've learned setting this stuff up over the last few days.
    I'm looking to expand the list to about 100 games (all killer/no filler), so if you know of some that are a must, let me know in the comments.
     
    TL;DR - If you are not willing to spend some time setting this up, you might as well find something else to do, but I enjoyed the sh!t out of setting it up, and so should you! The games are fun and worth setting up.

    30 downloads

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  7. Gamebackground Packs for Retrotastic

    UPDATED FOR RETROTASTIC [THEME STREAM]!
    These are Gamebackground files to be used with the "Retrotastic [Theme Stream]" Bigbox Theme by faeran.
    First get the Theme here: 
     
    After installing the theme, extract my Background Packs into "Launchbox\Themes\Retrotastic".
    Enjoy! 😄
     
    For more visit the Retrotastic Forum Thread: 
     

    10,684 downloads

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  8. Datach 2D Carts Pack

    Datach 2D Carts Pack

    5 downloads

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  9. Datach 3D Box Pack

    Datach 3D Box Pack

    9 downloads

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  10. Super Puyo Puyo 2 Media Pack - Super Nintendo

    Super Puyo Puyo 2 Media Pack
     
    2D Box
    3D Box
    2D Cart
    3D Cart
    Game Title
    Gameplay

    16 downloads

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  11. Mario's Super Picross Media Pack - Super Nintendo

    Mario's Super Picross Media Pack
     
    2D Box
    3D Box
    2D Cart
    3D Cart
    Game Title
    Gameplay

    16 downloads

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  12. Video Themes and Video Snaps for PC Games

    Sharing some Hyperspin style video themes I made. More to come as soon as I make and convert them to video format.
    How to add them to your LaunchBox and BigBox:
    Download the zip files. Extract to LaunchBox's root folder. Content will be extracted to its proper folders. Done! Video snaps will show up in the game details panels. Video themes will appear on BigBox themes' views that use them. Just make sure your game's name matches the video file name. List of Video Themes:
    AM2R (Another Metroid 2 Remake) Another World Batman: Arkham Knight Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Catherine Classic Chrono Trigger Cyberpunk 2077 NEW Dead or Alive 6 Final Fantasy XIII Final Fantasy XIII-2 Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Genshin Impact NEW Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Monster Hunter World Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor NEW Mirror's Edge NieR:Automata The Other Worlds Overwatch Resident Evil 2 (2019) Resident Evil 3 (2020) Shadow of the Tomb Raider Soul Calibur VI Skullgirls 2nd Encore Tekken 7 Valfaris
    Technical Details:
    Video themes are 1080p minimum, encoded with HEVC for optimal file size. Video snaps are usually 540p60, some lower resolution, some higher up to 720p60. Encoded using x264 for compatibility. Video themes' audio is 160 kbps aac, video snaps are 96-160 kbps aac.

    898 downloads

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  13. Hartung Game Master Gameplay Snaps

    Hartung Game Master Gameplay Snapshots.
    - Renamed acording latest No-Intro Romset.

    17 downloads

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  14. Hartung Game Master Tittle Snap Pack

    Hartung Game Master Tittle Snap Pack.
    - Renamed acording latest No-Intro Romset.

    12 downloads

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  15. iShade's 3DS Video Snap Collection

    BEFORE YOU READ ANY FURTHER:
     
    Make sure you unzip this archive with 7zip, otherwise you'll have an error prompt saying the file is corrupted. (Not sure why it does that for WinRar, but the solution is simple at least)
    Unfortunately, it seems to only contain most of the footage from just A-N, and somehow became corrupt and canceled the rest of the footage that I intended to upload. It's alright, though, much better than nothing in the end.
    I'll try to update these whenever I can. I have a lot on my plate currently but version 2.0.0 will have a much more completed list. Please sit tight and thanks for your patience!


    Quick disclaimer:
    Very few of these may not have audio.
    Some of these are also in the form of montages to capture the best parts of an otherwise slow-paced game. 

    If you don't mind either of those for some, then you should be fine overall. 
    For the most part, these are all straightforward uncut footage cropped to fit the 3DS's aspect ratio without stretching or compressing any of the dimensions. 

    As far as I know, this is the closest you'll find to a dedicated HD 3DS video snap collection on the internet, so I'll try to update these and accept requests as much as I can. 
    Hope you enjoy!, here are some examples of what to expect:

    Animal Crossing_ New Leaf.mp4 Bravely Default.mp4 Hatsune Miku_ Project Mirai DX.mp4 Mario & Luigi_ Dream Team.mp4 Miitopia.mp4 Tomodachi Life.mp4 Game List.txt
     
    These were used in my video on the most ideal way to emulate the Nintendo 3DS, if you're curious on how to capture footage this way.
     
     

    596 downloads

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  16. iShade's PSP HD Video Snap Collection

    I have a LOT of HD video snaps from a TON of consoles and handhelds, most being up-scaled and running in 60fps patches. I'll have more video snaps for other consoles, but for now, enjoy these. Don't worry if there's a game missing, I'll gladly update these over time. Feel free to make requests if you'd like anything specific.

    Not all of these are ideal in terms of playing them in their normal audio though. For example, a small handful of these are cut into montages of the best gameplay moments so the game appears a bit less slow or banal. For my setup personally, I mute the video audio and just let music play in the background when browsing through them in BigBox. If you don't mind a few short clips cut together, then you'll be fine.

    If you would like to support my gaming channel, I'll have it linked below:

    Gaming Account: UsagiShade
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ZPKXuk1CVQHFq_KB_tQCA


    Here are some examples as well as the list of games included, some of these showcase the montage-type edits that I mentioned. 

    Phantasy Star Portable 2.mp4 Metal Gear Solid_ Peace Walker.mp4 Sega Rally Revo.mp4 Sonic Rivals.mp4 Where Is My Heart_.mp4 LocoRoco Midnight Carnival.mp4 PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe.mp4 OutRun 2006_ Coast 2 Coast.mp4 iShade PSP Video Snap List.txt
    Some of these were used in one of my Top 10s featuring Japanese games for the PSP, in case you're interested.
     
     

    293 downloads

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  17. GCE Vectrex (BannerBox)

    BannerBox game banners for all 28 original GCE Vectrex games

    26 downloads

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  18. Fairchild Channel F (BannerBox)

    Thanks to @ETAPRIME, I now need more game banners for @faeran's BannerBox theme. Enjoy.
     
    Includes Democarts 1 & 2, and Videocarts 1-27. The platform banner is already included in the base theme.
     
    Drop the PNGs in Themes>BannerBox>Images>Games>Custom Images 1>Fairchild Channel F
    You may need to add the Fairchild Channel F directory

    33 downloads

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  19. Tycho's Video Snaps: Windows (176 games)

    So I made video snaps for almost all my Windows games in my LB build. I have more games, but these are the snaps I made myself; most use my own gameplay, a select few use footage I got from YouTube. Most are 640x360, 60fps, in MP4 h.264 format, and 30 seconds long. Enjoy!
    3D Pinball - Space Cadet A Plague Tale Innocence Alan Wake Amnesia_ The Dark Descent Arise - A Simple Story Ashen Batman - A Telltale Game Below Besiege BioShock Infinite Black Future '88 Blade Runner Blair Witch Blasphemous Blaster Master Zero Blazing Chrome Bloodstained Braid Castlevania - Lords of Shadow 2 Cave Story+ Control Cuphead Dark Souls - Remastered Dark Souls II - Scholar of the First Sin Dark Souls III Dead Cells Diablo Disco Elysium DOOM Eternal Dragon Age_ Origins Dragon_s Dogma_ Dark Arisen Dragon's Lair Trilogy Echo Enslaved_ Odyssey to The West Premium Edition Fallout Fallout 2 Final Fantasy XIII Freespace Freespace - Silent Threat Reborn Freespace 2 Frostpunk GALAK-Z Gears 5 Geometry Wars - Retro Evolved Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy Gorogoa Grand Theft Auto V GRID Grim Fandango Gris Guacamelee! 2 Hellblade  Senua's Sacrifice Homeworld Remastered Hotline Miami Hotline Miami 2_ Wrong Number Hyper Light Drifter Ion Fury Lumino City MDK 2 Mega Man 11 Million Arthur Monster Jam - Steel Titans Nier Automata Octopath Traveler Omen of Sorrow Ori and the Blind Forest Ori and the Will of the Wisps Outer Worlds Outlast Outlast II Pathologic 2 Pinball FX3 Planescape_ Torment_ Enhanced Edition Prince of Persia Prince of Persia_ The Sands of Time RealMyst_ Masterpiece Edition Resident Evil 2 RESIDENT EVIL 7_ Biohazard Return of the Obra Dinn Re-Volt Rise of the Tomb Raider River City Girls Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Rune Shadow of the Tomb Raider Silent Hill 2 Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic II Star Wars - Rogue Squadron 3D Star Wars - Shadows of the Empire Star Wars Battlefront II Star Wars Jedi  Fallen Order Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy Star Wars Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast Star Wars Starfighter Starcraft Starcraft II System Shock 2 Tetris Effect The Dark Pictures - Man of Medan The King of Fighters XIII The King of Fighters XIV Steam Edition The Messenger The Surge 2 The Takeover Transformers Devastation Unavowed Undertale Unravel Two Unreal Unreal II Unreal Tournament Unreal Tournament 2004 VVVVVV Warcraft III Warcraft III - The Frozen Throne What Remains of Edith Finch Wolfenstein II The New Colossus XIII

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  20. Collection Logos + Files AI

    Collection Logos + Files AI Adobe
    Enjoy
     

    318 downloads

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  21. Princess Maker 1 and 2 (Korean)

    I saw that there is an English version of Princess Maker 2.
    Since there is no PM1, we send PM1 and PM2.
    I would like to add a language category to the category.

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  22. Zen Pinball FX3 Gameplay Video Snaps - Updated to Volume 6

    **6.0 Version - Updated to Volume 6 Pack**
     
    Here is a set of 1920 x 1080 game play video snaps (~30 seconds each) for Pinball FX3 that I created. Note the pinball table logos that fade in at end; credit to others on those. 
    The files have been compressed by about 50% since in most cases the window used to view these in a theme will be much smaller.  If someone wants the native 1920x1080 files, let me know (~65 MB each). 
    Here is what is included:
    Pinball FX3 Video Snaps  - Volume 6 Update.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Volume 5 Update.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Universal's Monster Pack.zip
     
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps 3.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps 1.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps 2.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Marvel Tables Pack #2.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Star Wars Tables Pack #2.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Universal and Other Tables.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Zen Tables #1.zip
    Pinball FX 3 Video Snaps - Zen Tables #2.zip
     
    A image media pack is located here:
     

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  23. Zen Pinball FX3 Image Media Pack - Updated to Volume 6

    ***Updated with Volume 6 Williams Pack for Funhouse, Dr. Dude, and Space Station ***
    =======================================
    This includes media for all 96 Pinball FX3 tables through Volume 5 released in December 2019.  This pack includes:
     Clear Logo  Docklet Gameplay Screenshot Full Table Gameplay Screenshot Background Pseudo-Backglass - I use these for Game Title snaps Advertisement - Front and Back (for the recreation tables only) I only made a few of the backglass/background images when no others were available. The rest are credited to others, gathered from Zen site, Steam, www.gameex.info pinballx media site, and around the web.  If someone objects to an image they created being in this pack, let me know and I will remove it. 
    For those that have two screen setups, then the images for the background on screen #2, named according to the PXP (Steam) file naming convention (which is not straightforward) are in the "Two-Screen Images - PXP Naming.zip" file.  The Pinball FX3 Images.Zip file contains a zip of the Launchbox images folders.  Within the folder structure they are as follows:
     Clear Logo  = Clear Logo folder Docklet = Box-Front-Reconstructed folder Gameplay Screenshot = Screenshot-Gameplay Full Table Gameplay Screenshot = Screenshot-Game Select Background = Fanart-Background Pseudo-Backglass  = Screenshot-Game Title Advertisement - Front and Back (for the recreation tables only) - Flyers folders If you want video snaps, you can find those here:
    Lastly this platform XML file contains data for each table, PXP name, year, manufacturer, brief description (usually from Zen site), and base information that would normally be downloaded from LB DB. NOTE: The XML file is now located with rest of image downloads. Just click "DOWNLOAD" button at top right, and it is the last entry.
     

    3,924 downloads

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  24. Dragon 32 Media pack

    Boxart, gameplay, game title, cassette and clear logos for 285 games.
    I couldn't find casette images for all the games, missing logos created by me.

    51 downloads

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  25. Retro Console Banner Packs

    These are the custom Banner images I made for the Retro Console Theme.
    To install these just download them and unzip to the following folder within the theme folder itself: 
    \LaunchBox\Themes\Retro Console Light V3\Images\Games\Custom Images 2\
    If the folder does not exist then create it exactly as it is here. Within the 'Custom Images 2' folder you need to have a folder named for each platform with game logos inside it.
    You can find the theme that these were made for here: Click to get the theme
     
    While using the new logo packs you may find that your game list is different or you just want to make some of your own. @faeran has made a video tutorial on how to use the new Custom Image Creator to make your own logos. It is very good. If you want to make your own logo packs for any of the views in my theme, watch his video and then download the file, 'Retro Console Logo Creator.zip'. found in the downloads section at this link. All the files you need to make each one exactly are included, even for the custom platform views and the banners.
    Video: How to make your own custom logos for this theme: Click Here
    Once you get an understanding and are setup to go you can follow these instructions to make matching logo sets from your own collections for this theme:
    So once you open the logo creator file (that you got from here) in the community theme creator, you need to select the platform that you want to make logos for from the left panel at the top (3rd drop down) and then you will notice a long string of dots toward the bottom of the screen from left to right and centered just above the box that offers 2 or 3 options such as 'Theme, Platform and Game'. Use the following for each sub type of logo you want to make:  Platform Logos: Use the first dot for these and select 'Theme' from the box below. (Put these in the 'images/Platforms/Custom Images 1' folder within this theme) Game Logos: Make sure to select the correct platform from the menu(panel) on the left. Then use the second dot and choose 'Theme' from the box below the dots. (Put these in the 'images/Games/Custom Images 1' folder within this theme) Custom Platform View (game logos): Use the same instructions above but select the 6th dot and choose 'Platform from the box below the dots. (Put these in the 'images/Games/Custom Images 3' folder within this theme) Custom Banners: Use the same instructions above but select the 4th dot and choose'Platform from the box below the dots. (Put these in the 'images/Games/Custom Images 2' folder within this theme) Now you will be able to make logos for your exact set of games using all of the assets that are in the ones I made so they will match. You now just have to select the Hamburger Icon form the menu at the top of the screen and then hover over 'Render Custom Images', now select 'All Games for Selected Platform' from the menu that pops out. Once you have completed making your set you will need to go and get that whole folder of logos you just made and move them to the 'Retro Console' theme folder in the 'Custom Images 3' folder with the others. Remember, each platform logo set needs to be in a folder that exactly matches your Platform name as it appears in your LaunchBox setup.

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