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  1. Arcade All Killer No Filler - Banner - Clear Logo - Fan Art

    My All Killer No Filler Banner - Clear Logo - Fan Art Package:
    Arcade All Killer No Filler - Beat 'Em Up and Hack 'N Slash Arcade All Killer No Filler - H-CLASSICS Arcade All Killer No Filler - H-SHMUPS Arcade All Killer No Filler - MONKUS LIST Arcade All Killer No Filler - PLATFORMERS Arcade All Killer No Filler - RUN AND GUN Arcade All Killer No Filler - V-CLASSICS Arcade All Killer No Filler - V-SHMUPS Referenz: 
     
     

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  2. Platform Voice Packs - 190-200 Platforms in Each Pack

    These are Platform Voices & Voiceover packs I made to use in themes I have been working on in @y2guru's Community Theme Creator. Each pack has the 190+ platforms and Categories with a couple extra variations for a few of them.
    From 3DO Interactive Multiplayer to ZiNc. They also have a few playlists like "Favorites", "Recently Added", "Broken", etc. They're all in the MP3 format (48kbs)
    136 different voices and voiceover packs. Half were made using a single female voice, made using Amazon Polly (Salli) and the bottom half which were made using a male voice Amazon Polly (Mathew). I think the male voices turned out better, but some of the female ones turned out pretty cool as well.
    Some of the voiceovers variants are:
    Child
    Gnomes
    Goblins
    Mutants
    Radio Chatter
    Sephius-X
    Space Squirrel
    Various Male and Female
    Whiney Squire
    Wraith
    Samples made using a male voice:
    Nintendo GameCube (Mathew).mp3
    Nintendo GameCube (Dwarf).mp3
    Nintendo GameCube (Android Male).mp3
    Samples made using a female voice:
    Nintendo GameCube (Salli).mp3
    Nintendo GameCube (Dwarf).mp3
    Nintendo GameCube (Android Male).mp3

    Each pack Includes:
    3DO Interactive Multiplayer.mp3
    3DO Interactive.mp3
    Aamber Pegasus.mp3
    Acorn Archimedes.mp3
    Acorn Atom.mp3
    Acorn Electron.mp3
    Amstrad CPC.mp3
    Amstrad GX4000.mp3
    Android.mp3
    APF Imagination Machine.mp3
    Apogee BK-01.mp3
    Apple II.mp3
    Apple IIGS.mp3
    Apple iOS.mp3
    Apple Mac OS.mp3
    Arcade.mp3
    Atari 800.mp3
    Atari 2600.mp3
    Atari 5200.mp3
    Atari 7800.mp3
    Atari Jaguar CD.mp3
    Atari Jaguar.mp3
    Atari Lynx.mp3
    Atari ST.mp3
    Atari XEGS.mp3
    Bally Astrocade.mp3
    BBC Microcomputer System.mp3
    Broken.mp3
    Camputers Lynx.mp3
    Casio Loopy.mp3
    Casio PV-1000.mp3
    Coleco ADAM.mp3
    ColecoVision.mp3
    Commodore 64.mp3
    Commodore 128.mp3
    Commodore Amiga CD32.mp3
    Commodore Amiga.mp3
    Commodore CDTV.mp3
    Commodore MAX Machine.mp3
    Commodore PET.mp3
    Commodore Plus 4.mp3
    Commodore VIC-20.mp3
    Computers.mp3
    Consoles.mp3
    Dragon 32_64.mp3
    EACA EG2000 Colour Genie.mp3
    Elektronika BK.mp3
    Emerson Arcadia 2001.mp3
    Enterprise.mp3
    Entex Adventure Vision.mp3
    Epoch Game Pocket Computer.mp3
    Epoch Super Cassette Vision.mp3
    Exelvision EXL 100.mp3
    Exidy Sorcerer.mp3
    Fairchild Channel F.mp3
    Favorites.mp3
    Fujitsu FM Towns Marty.mp3
    Fujitsu FM-7.mp3
    Funtech Super Acan.mp3
    Future Pinball.mp3
    Game Wave Family Entertainment System.mp3
    GamePark GP32.mp3
    GameWave.mp3
    GCE Vectrex.mp3
    Handhelds.mp3
    Hartung Game Master.mp3
    Hector HRX.mp3
    Interton VC 4000.mp3
    Jupiter Ace.mp3
    Linux.mp3
    Magnavox Odyssey 2.mp3
    Magnavox Odyssey.mp3
    Matra and Hachette Alice.mp3
    Mattel Aquarius.mp3
    Mattel HyperScan.mp3
    Mattel Intellivision.mp3
    Mega Duck.mp3
    Memotech MTX512.mp3
    Microsoft MS-DOS.mp3
    Microsoft MSX.mp3
    Microsoft MSX2+.mp3
    Microsoft Xbox 10.mp3
    Microsoft Xbox 360.mp3
    Microsoft Xbox One.mp3
    Microsoft Xbox X.mp3
    Microsoft Xbox.mp3
    Mobile.mp3
    MS-DOS.mp3
    MUGEN.mp3
    Namco System 22.mp3
    NEC PC-8801.mp3
    NEC PC-9801.mp3
    NEC PC-FX.mp3
    NEC TurboGrafx-16.mp3
    NEC TurboGrafx-CD.mp3
    Needs Installed.mp3
    Nintendo 3DS.mp3
    Nintendo 64 Disc Drive.mp3
    Nintendo 64.mp3
    Nintendo 64DD.mp3
    Nintendo DS.mp3
    Nintendo Entertainment System.mp3
    Nintendo Famicom Disk System.mp3
    Nintendo Game & Watch.mp3
    Nintendo Game Boy Advance.mp3
    Nintendo Game Boy Color.mp3
    Nintendo Game Boy.mp3
    Nintendo GameCube.mp3
    Nintendo Pokemon Mini.mp3
    Nintendo Satellaview.mp3
    Nintendo Switch.mp3
    Nintendo Virtual Boy.mp3
    Nintendo Wii U.mp3
    Nintendo Wii.mp3
    Nokia N-Gage.mp3
    Not Installed.mp3
    Nuon.mp3
    OpenBOR.mp3
    Oric Atmos.mp3
    Ouya.mp3
    PC Engine SuperGrafx.mp3
    Philips CD-i.mp3
    Philips VG 5000.mp3
    Philips Videopac+.mp3
    Pinball.mp3
    RCA Studio II.mp3
    Recently Added Games.mp3
    Recently Added.mp3
    SAM Coupé.mp3
    Sammy Atomiswave.mp3
    ScummVM.mp3
    Sega 32X.mp3
    Sega CD.mp3
    Sega CDX.mp3
    Sega Dreamcast VMU.mp3
    Sega Dreamcast.mp3
    Sega Game Gear.mp3
    Sega Genesis.mp3
    Sega Hikaru.mp3
    Sega Master System.mp3
    Sega Model 1.mp3
    Sega Model 2.mp3
    Sega Model 3.mp3
    Sega Pico.mp3
    Sega Saturn.mp3
    Sega SC-1000.mp3
    Sega SC-3000.mp3
    Sega ST-V.mp3
    Sega System 16.mp3
    Sega System 32.mp3
    Sega Triforce.mp3
    Sharp MZ-2500.mp3
    Sharp X1.mp3
    Sharp X68000.mp3
    Sinclair ZX Spectrum.mp3
    Sinclair ZX-81.mp3
    SNK Neo Geo AES.mp3
    SNK Neo Geo CD.mp3
    SNK Neo Geo MVS.mp3
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color.mp3
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket.mp3
    Sony Playstation 1.mp3
    Sony Playstation 2.mp3
    Sony Playstation 3.mp3
    Sony Playstation 4.mp3
    Sony Playstation 5.mp3
    Sony Playstation Portable.mp3
    Sony Playstation Vita.mp3
    Sony Playstation.mp3
    Sony PocketStation.mp3
    Sony PSP Minis.mp3
    Sony PSP.mp3
    Sord M5.mp3
    Spectravideo.mp3
    Super Nintendo Entertainment System.mp3
    Taito Type X.mp3
    Tandy Trash-80.mp3
    Tandy TRS-80.mp3
    Tapwave Zodiac.mp3
    Texas Instruments TI 99_4A.mp3
    Tiger Game.com.mp3
    Tomy Tutor.mp3
    TRS-80 Color Computer.mp3
    Vector-06C.mp3
    Virtual Reality.mp3
    VTech CreatiVision.mp3
    VTech Socrates.mp3
    Watara Supervision.mp3
    Web Browser.mp3
    Windows 3.X.mp3
    Windows.mp3
    WonderSwan Color.mp3
    WonderSwan.mp3
    WoW Action Max.mp3
    XaviXPORT.mp3
    ZiNc.mp3
    -Enjoy

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  3. Windows 3.x Banner, Fan Art and Clear Logo

    My Windows 3.x Banner, Fan Art and Clear Logo

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  4. Dungeons & Dragons Manuals & Modules Platform

    Version 2.8.0 of the D&D M&M Platform
    A huge update to the Dungeons & Dragons Manuals & Modules Platform that includes the following:
    36 NEW/Fixed 3D images  11 newly created 3D images including the ALQ1-8 Al-Qadim series, Diablo II Adventure set, GR1 Strongholds, FR8 Cities of Mystery. 25 fixed images including Dungeon Master Decks boxes, 1993 Collector Cards, and several other boxed sets. 37 Fixed Box Front images - much sharper and richer artwork 12 Fixed Box Back images - much sharper and richer artwork 12 Playlists Updated/Created Greatly expanded the playlist data for Greyhawk & Mystara. The items added to these playlists do a much better job of expanding and understanding the worlds. Removed Original/Basic/AD&D D&D Playlist and created the 1st Edition Playlist and Basic/Expert/Companion D&D playlist which identifies the editions of these products much better. Updated the AD&D 2nd Edition, Board Games, Core Rules, Forgotten Realms, Monster Manuals,  Planescape, & Ravenloft playlists with several additions to each. Moved items out of playlists where items should not have belonged to that playlist in the first place.  Combined the Oriental Adventures Playlist with the Forgotten Realms playlist. Replaced a few Playlist Clear Logos Greyhawk Adventures had Adventures (aventures) misspelled but is now correct. DragonLance was using the Fifth Age logo but now uses the correct original logo. Added New Dungeons & Dragons logo for Basic/Expert/Companion D&D Replaced numerous Playlist Fanart images. Updated some existing images with better quality ones. Added more images to all Playlist Fanart folders so there is more randomization of background art. Resampled all Fanart images to 1920x1080 so the images display properly when shown in the background. Removed artwork from post AD&D era. Playlists now include only artwork from the TSR era and for the proper setting in which the artwork was created. Added/replaced several more Fanart images to the main D&D Platform menu. Renamed 2 PDF filenames to more properly represent the product title. TSR9449 - Al-Qadim - Campaign - ALQ7 - Corsairs of the Great Sea TSR9467 - Al-Qadim - Campaign - ALQ6 - Cities of Bone Minor Notes/Product Description update. Just extract the archive and copy over the old D&D Platform files you may already have. It should update almost everything but there may be playlist fanart images left over from a previous installation if you do it this way.
    Be sure to clear your image Cache in LaunchBox and BigBox to see the newest images.
    The paths to the Game/PDF files are all now set to Z:\ in the Dungeons & Dragons.xml, since I am currently using a network drive that contains my files. 
    You can change this to your path by doing the following:
    Navigate to your \LaunchBox\Data\Platforms folder and open the Dungeons & Dragons.xml file in TEXT Editor program (such as Notepad++).  Find/Replace Z:\ with yourpath\ - You can use a relative path such as ..\D&D\ or an absolute path such as C:\DnD\
    -----------------------------------------------------------INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    To Install the Platform:
    Within your PC's Explorer/file system: Copy the contents of the Archive into your LaunchBox directory. Place your D&D PDFs in a folder that is at the same level as your LaunchBox directory (I use c:/D&D) Use FATMATCH or a similar program to rename your PDFs so they are similar to the image filenames: https://emumovies.com/files/file/227-fatmatch-file-renamer/ Within the LaunchBox Application Add a new Platform by selecting TOOLS --> IMPORT --> ROM Files Select the folder where you've stored your PDFs. In my case it's  c:/D&D If you use a folder named D&D that's at the same level as your LaunchBox folder, you'll only need to scan in a few files. This is just to get the Platform to show up. The relative paths for the PDFs are already set to ..\D&D\ in the LaunchBox Dungeons & Dragons XML. If you store your PDFs in a different named folder or at a different level then you'll have to rescan all the files. It's easier just to rename the directory. You can also FIND/REPLACE the ..\D&D\ path in the Dungeons & Dragons XML with your path. For example, if your D&D PDFs folder is c:\Emulators\Dungeons & Dragons, you would need to set the <ApplicationPath>..\D&amp;D\  for every game in the XML to <ApplicationPath>..\Emulators\Dungeons &amp; Dragons\ I have done this installation numerous times on different PCs to test. If you need help, please ask. I am not responsible if you mess up your LaunchBox installation In order to attach a D&D playlist to the main Dungeons & Dragons Platform, perform the following steps within LaunchBox:
    On the left drop-down menu select Playlists Right-click on a playlist and select EDIT.  Click the Parents tab Unckeck the ROOT checkbox Check the box next to Dungeons & Dragons To get the D&D 3D images to show up do the following:
    Select the Dungeons & Dragons menu item in LaunchBox Navigate to TOOL --> VIEW --> IMAGE GROUP --> 3D BOXES To have the PDFs Launch with the PDF reader of your choice:
    In LaunchBox, select ALL images that pertain to PDFs Right-click on one of the images and select EDIT. The BULK Edit window will pop up. Select EMULATOR from the Field and change the value to either Adobe Acrobat or Rocket Launcher I use Soda PDF reader version 7.2.03 (it's FREE) connected to RocketLauncher. I've included the required Rocket Launcher scripts in the download archive. RocketLauncher already has built-in AHK files for Soda PDF which makes it super easy to run properly. Soda PDF has a nice 3D page-turning effect which makes the manuals more realistic. If you'd like to use Adobe Acrobat (or some other PDF Reader) you can easily add it as an emulator in LaunchBox. Right-click on 1 image and select EDIT. Add Adobe Acrobat as a new emulator as seen in this image. To have the background image in LaunchBox be the same as the Box-Front image, perform the following steps:
    Navigate to TOOL --> OPTIONS  Click on Background Priorities and check the BOX-FRONT checkbox. Set the Default Background to Use Blown Up Art If you are missing artwork for the Video Games Playlist, do the following in LaunchBox:
    Open the D&D Video Games Playlist do CTRL+A to select all items in the playlist. Click the Main Menu (the 3 horizontal lines) in the upper left-hand corner. Select Download Metadata and Media. The D&D Video Games Playlist is by no means complete for every console and arcade title out there. It presently contains mostly PC games. If you have an extensive library, add any and all games you'd like to the playlist. If you want to add a description to the main D&D Platform, do the following in LaunchBox:
    Right-Click on the Dungeons & Dragons Platform and select EDIT. Click on the Notes tab. Copy then Paste the below description in the NOTES text box: Dungeons & Dragons (abbreviated as D&D) is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game (RPG) originally designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. It was first published in 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc. (TSR). The game has been published by Wizards of the Coast (now a subsidiary of Hasbro) since 1997. It was derived from miniature wargames with a variation of Chainmail serving as the initial rule system. D&D's publication is commonly recognized as the beginning of modern role-playing games and the role-playing game industry.
    D&D departs from traditional wargaming and allows each player to create their own character to play instead of a military formation. These characters embark upon imaginary adventures within a fantasy setting. A Dungeon Master serves as the game's referee and storyteller while maintaining the setting in which the adventures occur, and playing the role of the inhabitants. The characters form a party that interacts with the setting's inhabitants, and each other. Together they solve dilemmas, engage in battles, and gather treasure and knowledge. In the process the characters earn experience points in order to rise in levels, and become increasingly powerful over a series of sessions.
    The early success of Dungeons & Dragons led to a proliferation of similar game systems. Despite the competition, D&D has remained as the market leader in the role-playing game industry. In 1977, the game was split into two branches: the relatively rules-light game system of basic Dungeons & Dragons and the more structured, rules-heavy game system of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (abbreviated as AD&D). AD&D 2nd Edition was published in 1989. In 2000, a new system was released as Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edition; a revised version 3.5 was released in June 2003. These rules formed the basis of the d20 System which is available under the Open Game License (OGL) for use by other publishers. D&D 4th edition was released in June 2008. The 5th edition, the most recent, was released during the second half of 2014.
    As of 2004, Dungeons & Dragons remained the best-known and best-selling role-playing game, with an estimated 20 million people having played the game and more than US$1 billion in book and equipment sales. The game has been supplemented by many pre-made adventures as well as commercial campaign settings suitable for use by regular gaming groups. Dungeons & Dragons is known beyond the game for other D&D-branded products, references in popular culture, and some of the controversies that have surrounded it, particularly a moral panic in the 1980s falsely linking it to Satanism and suicide. The game has won multiple awards and has been translated into many languages beyond the original English.
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    I've been working on a this LB Dungeons & Dragons system, for educational and historical preservation purposes (and for personal enjoyment), for quite some time now. I originally made it for my Hyperspin installation but finally decided to try it out for Launchbox. Once I saw how feature-rich LaunchBox is, I decided to rework this D&D system for LB. The FANART - BACKGROUND images are the SAME as the BOX - FRONT images so you can copy/paste the BOX - FRONT images to the FANART - BACKGROUND folder. 
    There will definitely be updates to the filenames, images, and notes as I find misspellings, omissions, grammatical errors, and other mistakes. I did not type all the notes myself but found a lot of information and back-cover descriptions for each file on sites such as rpggeek.com, tsrbothgunsblazing.com, tomeoftreasures.com, waynesbooks.com, dmsguild.com, worthpoint.com, and several others. Much of the data on these sites had a lot of misspellings, omissions, and grammatical errors so I did my best in refining the data.
    If you're a Dungeons & Dragons player, enjoy reading the mythology, or simply enjoy the artwork, you may enjoy this LaunchBox system. The games within the system consist of Dungeons & Dragons rulebooks, gaming modules, cards, and boardgames from Original D&D all the way through the end of AD&D 2nd Edition (~1972-2000). This is not a video game system but a PDF e-reader system. THERE ARE NO D&D PDFs FOR DOWNLOAD, ONLY IMAGES AND DB FILES FOR USE WITH LAUNCHBOX! I will NOT provide you with PDFs, PC CD ISOs, or links to them. A simple Google search will return a TROVE of results. If you already possess the PC programs or PDF modules/books, this is simply an art-driven way to collect them all together and make it easy to find and launch for your gaming sessions.
    You may be wondering how it works with a PDF reader. Well, I use Soda PDF with Rocket Launcher and it works amazing. Please search for and download Soda PDF reader (it's FREE!) version 7.2.03 and connect it to RocketLauncher. RocketLauncher already has built-in AHK files for Soda PDF which makes it super easy to run properly. I also like to view the PDFs in 3D as it has the nice page-turning effect.
    I've included several playlists that make up the various game settings such as Forgotten Realms, Planescape, Ravenloft, and DragonLance. As you can see in the examples, I use the front page of the manual as the background for the selected item. Using the FLIP feature, you may also view the artwork/descriptions from the backs of every item.  I also included several background images and logos for the various playlists. It definitely needs more work to reach its full potential but I am happy with how it's turned out so far.
    I really hope you like the D&D Platform. Please let me know your thoughts on improving what I have already. If any of you awesome artists would like to contribute to this platform, by all means, please do so!
    NOTE: This system has not been set up with any custom BigBox themes except the 2 that come included with BigBox. If you use a custom theme, you'll need to move the images to the proper folders.
    I'm hoping, at some point, this D&D system can be part of the automatic downloads one receives when setting up a new platform.
    Please let me know if you encounter any issues with the release. Enjoy!
     
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    Version 2.0 of the D&D M&M Platform... now with 3D Images! 
    After months of searching through countless images on numerous websites then fabricating nearly 1000 new images, I am finally proud to bring you Version 2.0 of the Dungeons & Dragons Manuals & Modules Launchbox Platform. It now has the following enhancements.
    960 new 3D images all created by yours truly using Photoshop and a lot of time and learning. The images may not be perfectly accurate, sized, or shaped renditions of the original book, box, accessory, or component but they are quite good representations. Here on the LaunchBox forums is the only place you will find any 3D image collection of this magnitude of these original Dungeons & Dragons items. Nowhere else will have these! Searching for box side art, photoshop mockups, and action files plus fabricating all of these was a massive undertaking that I began last March. There will definitely be updates to images as I find better shots of side art, better PSD mockups, and better actions files. In addition to the 3D images, I fixed a few hundred 2D images by cropping, blending, or replacing distorted, truncated, or otherwise poor images. Resampled many images that were either too large or too small so the size of the image cache is now much smaller and more evenly distributed. The old image collection was quite large (~5.5 GB). The new collection is similar in size but contains over 960 more images. Minor description and filename fixes. Follow the directions below in order to install. You can basically bolt this pack on by placing the folders in the archive into the corresponding LaunchBox folders. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1.1.1 - Added images to the Platform - D&D - Fanart folder so the main title in BigBox has artwork.
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    1.1.0 - The latest updates to this Dungeon & Dragons Platform include the following
    Added new playlists Added descriptions to all playlists Added new images to various playlists. Some minor corrections in the various file descriptions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1.0.0 - Initial Release with 2D images and synopsis for each product.

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  5. Default Set for C64 Dreams

    The C64 Dreams Set is more than mega, "Zombeaver" does a lot of work for this set, also my best thanks for sharing with the community. I have created a default set for this set, if someone likes it I would be happy.  
    C64 Dreams (massive curated C64 collection) Forum-Topic

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  6. Default assets - Extract to Platforms directory

    Note: using these requires LaunchBox 9.10 beta 1, or above.
    The files in the attached archive are the start of my effort to create 'default' images for most of my installed platforms. Copy the archive to your <launchbox install directory>\Images\Platforms directory and extract there. Start Launchbox, select your matching platform names, then refresh all images. Any missing media in your same image categories as mine should now show up (you may have to rename some of the extracted directories if they don't match the platform names in LaunchBox). I modeled most of these on graphic types from EmuMovie assets. Please feel free to make requests, or post your own default images.
    The archive has files for the following platforms:
    3D Nintendo Entertainment System Acorn BBC Micro Acorn Electron Amstrad CPC Amstrad GX4000 Apogee BK-01 Arcade Atari 800 Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari 7800 Homebrew Atari Jaguar Atari Jaguar CD Atari Lynx Atari ST Bally Astrocade Bandai Sufami Turbo Bandai Super Vision 8000 Camputers Lynx ColecoVision Commodore 64 Commodore 128 Commodore Amiga Commodore Amiga CD32 Commodore CDTV Commodore MAX Machine Commodore Pet Commodore Plus 4 Commodore VIC-20 Dendy Dragon 32 Dragon 64 Emerson Arcadia 2001 Entex Adventure Vision Epoch Super Cassette Vision Fairchild Channel F GCE Vectrex Magnavox Odyssey 2 Mattel Intellivision Microsoft MSX Microsoft MSX2 Microsoft XBOX Microsoft XBOX 360 MS-DOS MUGEN NEC PC-8801 NEC PC-9801 NEC PC-FX NEC PC Engine NEC PC Engine-CD NEC SuperGrafx NEC TurboGrafx-16 NEC TurboGrafx-CD Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo 64 (Japan) Nintendo 64DD Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Famicom Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo GameCube Nintendo MSU-1 Nintendo Satellaview Nintendo Switch Nintendo Virtual Boy Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U Nintendo WiiWare Panasonic 3DO Philips CD-I Philips Videopac G7000 Philips Videopac Plus G7400 PopCap RCA Studio II Sega 32X Sega CD Sega CD 32X Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Master System Sega Mega-CD Sega Mega Drive Sega Saturn Sega SG-1000 Sharp MZ-2500 Sharp X68000 Sinclair ZX-81 Sinclair ZX Spectrum SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo CD SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation Vita Sony PSP Sony PSP Minis SpectraVideo Super Nintendo Entertainment System Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Pal) Tandy TRS-80 Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer Windows WonderSwan WonderSwan Color  

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  7. Visual Novel & Doujin Platforms/Playlists Art for Unified Big Box Theme

    This includes Backgrounds, Logo, Pointer and VideoBorder art to create a "Visual Novel" & "Doujin" Platform/Playlist in the "Unified" Big Box Theme.

    Simply go to "LaunchBox\Themes\Unified\Images\Theme" and drop the images in the same folders found in this zip.
    Background images are in the jpeg formats for the newer 1.2 version of Unified.
    Hopefully someone finds this useful.

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  8. NEC Computer Systems Platform Art for Unified Big Box Theme

    This includes basic Backgrounds, Logo, Pointer and VideoBorder art to create Platforms for the big four NEC computer lines in the "Unified" Big Box Theme. 
     
    Set includes the NEC PC-6001, NEC PC-8001, NEC PC-8801 and the NEC PC-9801.
     
    I did use the background art from the TurboDuo in the Unified theme to great a more unified look among all the NEC machines . If I did not credit you for creating the background art my apologies.
    Simply go to "LaunchBox\Themes\Unified\Images\Theme" and drop the images in the same folders found in this zip.
    Background images are in the jpeg formats for the newer 1.2 version of Unified.
    Hopefully someone finds this useful.

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  9. Super Mario Bros. Hacks (NES)

    Here are 298 hacks for Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System. I love these, there are some good ones that are a lot of fun!
    The file Nintendo Entertainment System (Mario Hacks).7z is to be unzipped and placed in your LaunchBox\Images folder. These are all the screen-titles and screen-shots. The file Nintendo Entertainment System (Mario Hacks).png is a clear-logo I made (of course you can make your own if you wish). The file Nintendo Entertainment System (Mario Hacks).xml is to be placed in your LaunchBox\Data\Platforms folder as this has all the game notes. You will just need to use the replace function in Notepad++ to change the directories from G:\Nintendo Entertainment System (Mario Hacks) to whatever your directory will be. There are no clear logos for the games themselves. I just settle with the generic font if using BigBox.
    As for the games themselves, most hacks come in the form of a patch file like the .ips extension. You name your .nes file and .ips file the same name for each game. Some patches need a specific ROM like (JE) or (World) etc. Once named correctly, place them all in the same folder, then import the .nes file to LB and upon launching, it patches automatically as long as the files are named the same as stated above.
    If you need some ‘help’ with the actual games (.nes and .ips files) themselves, send me a PM.
    Also, I’ll always be adding more to this as I obtain more.

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  10. PinBall FX3 2D Box

    Since I use all 2D box art I needed something for FX3..This a a quick mock up for me until I get motivated someday for a different layout..Huge credit to any original creator on some of the dockets i found on the web. Total list should have 73 images..

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