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  1. 17 points

    Version 1.2


    This started out as all I wanted to do is make the background image, when selecting a game fill the whole space. So after looking at the default theme and the great LBPlex theme I managed to get all the bits I preferred and made a theme to my liking. Hopefully your like it too
  2. 16 points

    Version 1.3


    Installation: Download the Fonts.zip, extract and install the fonts. Download the theme zip and extract to your LBThemes folder. Optional Default_Background.jpg included to use as your default background in LB. Note: All colors are handled by the theme, no need to change them in LB settings.
  3. 16 points

    Version 1.5


    Neon Deluxe Arcade - LaunchBox Theme Note: This thread will not be pushed to the front in the "whats new" section, if you want notifications for future updates to this file be sure to follow this page by using the follow button in the upper right corner. INTRO: As part of the complete 'Neon Deluxe Arcade' series (a follow up of Futurestate Neon Deluxe) this is the Launchbox Theme to accompany the Startup Theme and the Big Box theme which is still being worked on, you can follow the progress of this theme here. This theme does not use fanart or platform backgrounds but a static 4K quality background, there are 3 backgrounds to choose from in the themes images folder, the image you want to display should be named "Background-01.jpg". In order to get it working as you see in the screenshots please set your background settings to: CREDITS: Huge Thanks to @Grila for the inspiration and his permission and kindness to use his codes for especially the left sidebar and more from his LBPlex Launchbox Theme. Also huge thanks to @Rincewind for the inspiration and his permission and kindness to use his code of the Rincewind Launchbox Theme for full screen background images. I couldn't have made it as it is without you guys! FEATURES: More than I can mention, you just have to see it in action, one thing I can mention is that it features a bright green and slightly larger cache progress bar so you can't miss it when it's working to make a smooth experience INSTALLATION: Install both the fonts located in "Fonts.zip" by double clicking each and choose install. Extract folder "Neon Deluxe Arcade LB" to Launchbox/LBThemes. Open Launchbox, go to Tools/Options/(Leftside bar) Visuals/Choose the theme in the dropdown bar. Tip: Tools/Options/Theme/Colors > Choose "Midnight Blue" for anything that was not possible to color change in Launchbox theming. Hope you enjoy, have fun brothers! 🤘
  4. 13 points

    Version 1.0.1 + GridBlocked_Slow


    Decided to mess around some more looking at code and learning more. So I set out to look at adding gif, linking metadata, and linking images to metadata since I do not use the details screen in BigBox. So here is what I put in another little theme. Once again, I am not a coder so if anyone peaks at the xml file and sees some fixes or a better way please let me know. I am all ears. Or if you have ideas on how to make the theme look nicer fire away. Icons used in the theme came from BigBox themes by @CriticalCid and @Mr. Retrolust so big thanks to them. (Slightly modified from their original versions.) I claim no credit to any artwork displayed or included in the theme. IMPORTANT: Launchbox 9.3 or higher required for Startup Themes. Version 1.0 Theme will show fanart background blurred 20%, Metadata text contained in a view box, and 3 metadata logos (Favorite, Your Star Rating, and ESRB), along with large 3D Box and Cart/Disc. Startup theme view for non CD based games will show the cartridge image slide in from the right. Startup theme for CD based games will show the CS slide in from the right and spin. Shutdown view will show the fanart background blurred with blinking "Game Over" text. Installation: Download the GridBlocked.zip and unzip it into the Launchbox/StartupThemes folder. Install the supplied fonts. (Working on figuring out how to have it so the fonts do not need to be loaded. So once I can do that I will update the theme) In Launchbox go to Tools>Options>Game Startup and choose the appropriate named theme. In Launchbox make sure for Cart Front Image Priorities you have "Disc" checked and listed as top item. If you need to add other disc based systems to the startup theme simply copy any cd based xml file in the theme's folder and paste into the same folder then rename the file exactly as your platform name appears in Launchbox.
  5. 10 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Nostalgic bedroom is an homage to my childhood and to the nostalgia common among those who grew up in the 80's and 90's. Big thanks you to the participating artist ! µI cut the thème so that it adapts to the big box * If my job interests you, think subscribe, very exclusive theme, content, and other fun of which .here is some extract : See soon
  6. 10 points

    Version 1.0.1


    A modern theme, Illuminate was designed with simplicity and elegance in mind. The box art and video snap of each game takes center stage, while the slightly out-of-focus fanart gets displayed behind flashy shades of blue and yellow and an animated bokeh effect. This theme takes advantage of the new features in version 9.4 that allow customization on a per-platform basis. Because of this, Illuminate will only work on version 9.4 and above. Installation Instructions The Default view is designed for vertical box art, and 4:3 video snaps. Custom views have been added for the following platform: Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo Virtual Boy Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sony Playstation Super Nintendo Entertainment System If you have a platform you would like a custom view for, please leave a comment below. This theme uses the following plugins: Ao.Bigbox.Themer by eatkinola Illuminate by me ListBox Scroll Center by Grila Prioritized Path Selector by Jason Carr Y2GURU Converters by y2guru
  7. 9 points

    Version 1.1.0


    Started a project a while ago to create a complete set of stylistically coherent banners. And when I say complete i mean complete. I used the LB platform list as a starting point and branched out from there, covering every platform I could think of, and made a few up for my own use. I went with a "nebula" style background since it seems like that's what kids are into these days and searched for high quality assets. Obviously this means the starting point was Evan Amos's photos and THK's logos, but I used many other sources as well and quite a few of the logos were just not available in decent quality online so I actually made a bunch of both company and platform logos by hand. This collection is US centric so American names and images are given priority above international counterparts. I'm already working on a set of Euro-centric banners though, so don't feel left out. After that I might begin working on a Japanese-centric set if I feel up to it. We shall see. Comments and advice are more than welcome. If you notice any glaring mistakes or omissions, please don't hesitate to point them out. These are actually pretty easy to edit and replace. Suggestions on changes needed for the European set are also quite welcome. Anything outside of the obvious (Mega Drive, blue swirl for Dreamcast, different SNES, different Vectrex logo, different 7800 controllers, etc.) is something that I'm likely to miss. I'm aware that not every one of these platforms is emulated yet but I'm less concerned with that and more concerned with getting as many platforms included as possible. Please enjoy! PLATFORMS INCLUDED (254 total): MASTER LIST CONSOLES: 3DO - 3DO Interactive Multiplayer Amstrad - GX 4000 APF - MP 1000 Apple - Pippin Atari - 2600 Atari - 5200 Atari - 7800 Atari - Jaguar Atari - Jaguar CD Atari - XE Game System Bally - Astrocade Bandai - Datach Bandai - Playdia Bandai - Sufami Turbo Bandai - Super Vision 8000 Camerica - Aladdin Casio - Loopy Casio - PV-1000 Coleco - Colecovision Commodore - Amiga CD32 Commodore - CDTV Emerson - Arcadia-2001 Entex - Adventure Vision Epoch - Cassette Vision Epoch - Super Cassette Vision Fairchild - Channel F Fujitsu - FM Towns Marty Funtech - Super A'Can GCE - Vectrex Interton - VC 4000 Leapfrog - Click Start Magnavox - Odyssey Magnavox - Odyssey^2 Mattel - Hyper Scan Mattel - Intellivision Microsoft - Xbox Microsoft - Xbox 360 Microsoft - Xbox One NEC - PC-FX NEC - Super Grafx NEC - TurboGrafx 16 NEC - TurboGrafx CD Nintendo - Nintendo 64 Nintendo - Nintendo 64DD Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo - Famicom Disk System Nintendo - Gamecube Nintendo - Satellaview Nintendo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo - Wii U Nintendo - Wii Ware Nintendo - Wii Ouya - Ouya ? - PC-50X family Philips - CD-i Philips - Videopac+ G7400 RCA - Studio II Sega - 32X Sega - Sega CD 32X Sega - Sega CD Sega - Dreamcast Sega - Genesis Sega - Master System Sega - Advanced Pico Beena Sega - Pico Sega - Saturn Sega - SG-1000 SNK - Neo Geo AES SNK - Neo Geo CD Sony - PlayStation Sony - PlayStation 2 Sony - PlayStation 3 Sony - PS4 SSD - XaviXPORT Starpath - Supercharger Tsukuda Original - Othello Multivision View-Master - Interactive Vision VM Labs - Nuon VTech - Creativision VTech - Socrates VTech - V.Flash VTech - V.Smile WOW - Action Max Zapit - Game Wave COMPUTERS Acorn - Archimedes Acorn - Atom Acorn - BBC Micro Acorn - Electron Amstrad - CPC APF - Imagination Machine Apple - Apple-1 Apple - Apple II Apple - Apple IIGS Apple - Apple III Apple - Lisa Apple - Macintosh (68k) Apple - Macintosh (PowerPC) Apple - Macintosh (Intel/OSX/modern) Atari - Atari Home Computers (2 versions, one saying 8-bit Home Computers and the other saying 400/800/XL/XE as many box stickers did) Atari - Atari ST Caputers - Lynx Coleco - Adam Commodore - Commodore 64 Commodore - Commodore 128 Commodore - Amiga Commodore - Max Machine Commodore - PET Commodore - 16/Plus/4 (the picture and platform logo are of the Plus/4 though both machines are part of the same family) Commodore - VIC-20 Dragon Data - Dragon 32/64 Eaca - Colour Genie Elektronika - BK 0010 Enterprise - Enterprise 64/128 Exelvision - EXL 100 Exidy - Sorcerer Fujitsu - FM Towns Fujitsu - FM-7 Jupiter Cantab - Jupiter Ace Lviv - PK-01 Matra - Alice Mattel - Aquarius Memotech - MTX MGT - Sam Coupe Micronique - Hector Microsoft - MSX Microsoft - MSX2 Microsoft - MSX2+ Microsoft - MSX Turbo R NEC - PC-8801 NEC - PC-9801 Ohio Scientific - Challenger 1P Ohio Scientific - Challenger II Philips - VG 5000m Radio - Mikrosha Schetmash - Vektor 06TS Sega - SC-3000 Sharp - MZ-2500 Sharp - X1 Sharp - X68000 Sinclair - QL Sinclair - ZX Spectrum Sinclair - ZX81 Sord - M5 Spectravideo - SV-318 Tandy - TRS-80 Tandy - TRS-80 Color Computer Tandy - Color Computer 3 Tangerine - Oric Technosys - Aamber Pegasus Texas Instruments - TI-99/4A Tomy - Tutor VTech - Laser 2001 Zavod BRA - Apogey-BK 01 HANDHELDS Atari - Lynx Bandai - WonderSwan Bandai - WonderSwan Color Bit Corp. - Gamate Entex - Select-A-Game Epoch - Game Pocket Computer Gamepark - GP32 Hartung - Game Master Leapfrog - Leapster Leapfrog - Leapster Explorer Milton Bradley - Microvision Nintendo - 3DS Nintendo - DS Nintendo - Game & Watch Nintendo - Game Boy Nintendo - Game Boy Color Nintendo - Game Boy Advance Nintendo - Pokemon Mini Nintendo - Switch Nintendo - Virtual Boy Nokia - N-Gage Palmtex - Super Micro Sega - Game Gear Sega - VMU SNK - Neo Geo Pocket SNK - Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony - PlayStation Portable Sony - PlayStation Vita Sony - PocketStation Sony - PSP Minis Tapwave - Zodiac Tiger - game.com Tiger - R-Zone Tiger Telematics - Gizmondo Time Top - Gameking Watara - Supervision Welback Holdings - Mega Duck ARCADE PLATFORMS: Arcade (general) Stone Age (for era based playlists that I use) Golden Age Silver Age Dark Age Bronze Age Modern Age American Laser Games (for company based playlists, let me know if you'd like more) Atari Games Atari Capcom Cave Data East Irem Konami Midway Namco Nintendo Sega Taito Technos Williams Laserdisc (Daphne/Singe) (Based on platforms, often needed due to specific emulators being used) Capcom - CP System Capcom - CP System II Capcom - CP System III Namco - System 22 Namco/Sega/Nintendo - Triforce Sammy - Atomiswave Sega - Chihiro Sega - Hikaru Sega - Lindbergh Sega - CG Board/Model 1 Sega - Model 2 Sega - Model 3 Sega - Naomi Sega - Naomi 2 Sega - RingEdge Sega - ST-V Sega - System 16 Sega - System 32 SNK - Neo Geo MVS Taito - Type X OS/INTERPRETER/OTHER Apple - iOS byuu - MSU1 Digital Research - CP/M Google - Android Infocom - Z-machine Interactive Fiction Interpreter Lightgun Games Linux Microsoft - MS-DOS Microsoft - Windows (original) Microsoft - Windows 3.x Microsoft - Windows 9X Microsoft - Windows (modern) Elecbyte - MUGEN Open Beats of Rage Pinball ResidualVM ScummVM Web Browser Games Zinc
  8. 8 points

    Version 1.2


    Note: This thread will not be pushed to the front in the "whats new" section, if you want notifications for future updates to this file be sure to follow this page by using the follow button in the upper right corner. A startup theme in the style of the "Neon Deluxe Arcade" Big Box theme (to be released somewhere in the future) , for more info about this project check this link. Also check out the Launchbox theme thats part of the Neon Deluxe Arcade series: I haven't touched the shutdown theme file as I don't use shutdowns. This Startup theme does not use fanart backgrounds but one static image in 4K quality. 1. The left side has been bound to "Box3DImagePath" or what you've set in this image category's priority list. 2. The right side has been bound to "Cart3DImagePath" or what you've set in this image category's priority list. 3. On the left side covering the 3DBox is bound to "CartFrontImagePath" or what you've set in this image category's priority list. 4. Game logo in Top Center Unpack the folder in: LAUNCHBOX\StartupThemes, go to startup settings and choose the title of this theme. If you like the startup theme to last longer on your screen, simply delay it to 5 seconds in the launchbox and/or bigbox settings. Enjoy! 🤘
  9. 6 points

    Version 1.0.2


    Greetings all, I've been a huge fan of the Nostalgia video sets that Viking and Dragon57 created and have been using them on my Big Box for a long while at this point. A few months back I asked them for permission and access to the source files for the playlist set and they generously provided them (to everyone!) I've been pretty busy since that time but lately I've been working on various playlist/genre videos in the style of the "Playlists" video from that set. The ones I've done so far are uploaded here. I'm sure there will be more on the way, but I can't promise how often they will come. Currently there are about 10 more I know I need to create for myself so at least that many are in the pipe. Feel free to edit them as well. Thanks again to Viking and Dragon57 for making these possible. Current List: Ace Combat Armored Core Assassins Creed Baseball Basketball Batman Castlevania Contra Crash Bandicoot DC (Comics) Disney Final Fantasy Football Golf Hockey James Bond Mario Marvel (Comics) Mega Man Metroid Olympics Pac-man Racket Sports (same as tennis other than center screen) Sonic Spider-man Star Wars Tennis Wrestling X-Games (e.g. skateboarding, skydiving, snowboarding, etc.) Zelda
  10. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    This is a complete set of 2D Cartridges for the Sega Mega Drive European Region. For those that don't know there was just over 540 games released in the European Region for the Sega Mega Drive and over 700 for the Sega Genesis. Please note that European cart art can be hard to find so a few carts art is at a low resolution. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: 3D SEGA MEGA DRIVE BOXES CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  11. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Your thanks and feedback are always welcome
  12. 6 points

    Version 1.1


    These overlays are meant to mimic a CRT screen for 16:9 displays. They include a hazy glass effect but no scanlines -- that's left up to you using RA or MAME shaders however you want. This set meets my needs, but if it's missing a platform you'd like let me know and I can probably throw it together. There are three downloads here: BARREL: bezel designed for barrel distortion FLAT: bezel designed for no barrel distortion WSSL: widescreen edge-fade with scanlines The BARREL and FLAT downloads also include bezels without platforms; instead there is an alpha cutout you can use to make your own for other platforms, games, etc.
  13. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    This is a complete collection of 3D Boxes for the Sega Genesis USA region. There is an "extras" folder included which contains some 3D Boxes from Korea and Brazil etc. Big thanks to @Damnedregistrations for his original files and @Undertherainbow for his help and additions. The naming convention is ReDump. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: My European set can be downloaded here: @Undertherainbow 's Japan Set can be Downloaded here:
  14. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    450 box original physical scans Thanks to @Robin55 for sharing his Sega MD action script template.( Sorry Robin, ur name didnt get tagged due to my stupid copy paste..) -NOTE- Link inside is text file with google drive download link!
  15. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Mame Bezels (100 Bezels) Part 2of4
  16. 5 points

    Version 1.3


    Happy Christmas or Yule brothers! Arcade 3D Boxes 2.0 Important: Press follow button in the upper right corner to get notified for any future updates to this project, future updates to this page will not be pushed to the "What's New" section. I was inspired by the Mame 3D Boxes by @Robin55 and @Reevesad and the work by @spycat and @MadK9 At first I experimented to convert Robin's work to a darker color as it fits my dark colored setup better, one thing let to another and was helped enormously by @Robin55 in the process of automation and more, if it wasn't for all his help and work this project wouldn't have happened, thanks again so much brother! \m/ The 3D boxes are mostly for the Mame set (could include other emulators as well) but only includes Arcade video games, no pinball, fruit machines and such. Features: Covers based on official flyers, instruction flyers or fan art, customized official artwork and more. I've hunted down previously artwork missing from databases and/or very rare flyers, original resolution of these images can be low some times. Each box has a logo for the game, if it was missing I've hunted it down or extracted it from images (I upload these logos to the database as well) Each box has a logo of the company that either developed or published it (some flyers may have a different publisher from another region, bit confusing at times) Each box is manually color corrected, cleaned and optimized Some games have a second alternative version, made from cabinet side art, marquees or from a different region for example More packs (5 packs total: FGHIJK, LMNOP, QRST, UVWXYZ) are coming in 2019, missing 3D boxes will be released later through update packs. Please remember if you miss boxes to also check the naming convention of the file and if it is the same as the most recent version in the database. Any entry with "The" in front (Like The Astyanax) will be included in the QRST pack. Hope you like Credits Thanks go out to anyone contributing and making art for the launchbox games database. Thanks for any help, encouragement and advice: @Robin55 @spycat @MadK9 @Reevesad @Jason Carr @Kondorito @zetec-s-joe @Fablog @andyco47 @mikty Special thanks to: @neil9000 and @Retro808 for those logistics \m/
  17. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Hello Arcade Fans, in this pack i'll share the wheels and videos for the new games supported in MAME. (Note: I haven't made media for the new slot machines games, because I don't use it in my MAME Romset) This month it was very easy, all the logos existed in other console systems, so I only created the video snaps. New supported games: (slot machines games are not listed) - San Francisco Rush 2049 - San Francisco Rush 2049: Special Edition - Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (bootleg of Megadrive version) Hope you like it!!
  18. 5 points

    Version 1.0


    Hi all, I'm sharing my personal collection of 2D Uniform Boxes. The resolution used is 550x730 in .png format. Some images may be distorted, but I tried to leave the best shape and if you want, just give resize. I also made use of Photoshop to correct the images and did many that I didnt find on NET. Some images were in horrible resolutions 240x180 or smaller, so as soon as I thought I'd better update here I hope it will be useful for you. Will share all the systems I have. Platform: Nintendo Super Famicom Files: 1409 Claudio (cauptain@gmail.com)
  19. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0


  20. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Video theme for BigBox + videosnap of one of the most anticipated remakes of all time. Preview: Add this to your collection by extracting it to your LaunchBox root folder (File names must match what you have in LaunchBox). Video theme's video is HVC1, 2560x1440, 60fps and 4482kbps. Audio is AAC, 48000Hz stereo and 160kbps. Videosnap's video is MPEG4 (H264), 1280x720, 59.94fps and 3607kbps. Audio is AAC, 48000Hz, stereo and 128kbps.
  21. 4 points

    Version .1


    What's different in 2.0? *This replaces the old version of Refried entirely. DO NOT merge this new version with the old one. *All platform addon themes from the first version of Refried have been merged into one single addon called "Queso Fresco" (because it tastes great on top of refried beans...that's why). Therefore all of those older addon themes are no longer needed. *Requires Launchbox 9.4 or above to function properly *Revised Install instructions (please read them below if you are just starting out with the theme) *Added custom controller icons for play modes in the game description on some systems...this will get finished in the future *More great additions made by Ghostlines to the theme *Added the fullscreen video view to all platforms (view 4) *Improved the artwork slightly for the Big Box options menus Important note**If you install this theme,and the artwork does not display properly for a platform on your system,then more than likely it is a naming conflict between your platform and the files in the theme. To fix this issue,you must locate these files and change the name to your actual platforms name: 1.Images/Theme/Background/(name of your platform that is mislabeled) 2.Images/Theme/VideoBorder/(name of your platform that is mislabeled) If you install the Queso Fresco addon as well,then you must also rename the custom view xaml files to your platform name. I set out to make an alternate version to the beautiful Unified theme,with modifications here and there,yet,as I worked on it more and more,I started to go a different direction slightly...and thus Refried was born. This theme is built to focus on artwork,and showcase each system in bright colorful high definition artwork. I have drawn all new original arcade cabinets,and designed custom borders for each platform,which set each system apart from each other,while maintaining a unified appearance across the board. The main difference between this,and many other themes that are out there...are the video borders. When using the Default theme,all video borders are the same size across the entire theme...but,when using the addons,the video borders will then fit the system properly...so that the video for Game Boy Advance,will fit the GBA Video Border...and the PSP video,will fit the PSP Video Border. In other words,by using the custom view addons,it allows the theme to represent the system perfectly...rather than the same size border for everything. This theme is more than capable of running without a single addon theme installed,and only using the Default...the addons are merely to extend the experience of each system,with special added artwork,and tweaks.On the other hand,the Addons rely on the Default themes structure,and will not work without the default theme installed. There are multiple views included with the default theme,including - 1.Border with No Box/Cart/Disc Art 2.Border with Box/Cart/Disc Art 3.Border with Box/Spinning Cart/Disc Art 4.Full Screen Video w/Centered enlarged wheel 5.Border Text List View with Box/Cart/Disc Art The Queso Fresco addon has 5 views - 1.Special Artwork/Special Border with No Box/Cart/Disc Art 2.Special Border with Box/Cart/Disc Art (With wheel fade) 3.Special Border with Box/Cart/Disc Art (No wheel fade) 4.Full Screen Video w/Centered enlarged wheel 5.Special Border Text List View with Box/Cart/Disc Art **If the system has CD's/Discs,then the Disc will spin in Views 2 and 3...but,if the system has carts or floppies,then they will not spin in views 2 and 3. The Arcade portion of the Queso Fresco addon has 5 views - 1.Dynamic Marquees with Character Artwork 2.No Dynamic Marquees with Character Artwork 3.Dynamic Marquees with Advert/Flyers 4.Full Screen Video w/Centered enlarged wheel 5.Text List View with Advert/Flyers/Cabinets With the Queso Fresco addon installed,the arcade platforms are capable of displaying Video Marquees for each game,as well as regular marquees, in the marquee area of the cabinets (Some samples are included,and more are on the way)* Any Video Marquees must be placed in "LaunchBox/Themes/Unified Refried/Images/Theme/Addons/_Arcade/Video Marquees/" and must be in mp4 format In order to make this work properly,you must go into LaunchBox options,and change the priority for Cart Back Image to Arcade - Marquee,and uncheck anything else. Installation: 1.Download the Default theme (Unified Refried) ,and place it in your "Launchbox/Themes" folder 2.If you have not done so,you will need to unblock the Plugins...This does not have to be done for every addon theme,as unblocking them once,in the default,is all that is necessary...excerpt taken from unified description - 3.Set the theme to "Unified Refried" in Options/Views/Theme 4.If installing any of the addons,simply unzip the addon,and open the folder that was created. In this case we will use the Queso Fresco addon as an example. 5.Place the two folders (Images and Views) into the Unified Refried default theme folder,merging the folders when prompted. 6.That's it! ....When you load up Big Box,the artwork should be changed to the Queso Fresco alternate art. Pictures of Installation process for those that need them...If this is your first time using Refried you can skip step 1 Thanks @RetroNi for the use of his Logo set. @CriticalCid for his theme Unified,as I used alot of his coding as a base for the assembly of this theme. @kyoken @neil9000 @bundangdon @zetec-s-joe @Retro808 @Porl Hendy for their feedback during testing. @faeran for his help early on in the development stages. @Jason Carr because I used a bit of code from his Redux version,and took on some of his ideas from the changes he made @NJDave71 for his HelperControl plugin @bmonomad @Suhrvivor for their work on the Community Star Ratings,Favorites,and Play Mode code,which formed the base for implementing it into this theme @Ghostlines for his additions to the theme Examples: Current Platform list covered by the theme - Arcade Consoles Handhelds Computers Pinball Ghostlines Additions Current Playlists covered by the theme - Collections Genres Developers Favorites The Platform/Playlist video set can be found here... The Platform/Playlist Logo set can be found here...
  22. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0


    MAME Bezels (100 Bezels) Part 3of4
  23. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Made this as an alt background for the wonderful City Hunter 2 Theme by @keltoigael which can be found here: simply rename this video to Background.mp4 and place in dir : Themes\CityHunter 2\Videos remember to backup original video or rename to Background.mp4.bak
  24. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0


    took 4 hours to render this bad boy . But totally worth the wait imho.
  25. 4 points

    Version 1.2


    Realistic Marquee Monitor FX Note: This thread will not be pushed to the front in the "whats new" section, if you want notifications for future updates to this file be sure to follow this page by using the follow button in the upper right corner. Part of the Neon Deluxe Arcade series but this can be used for any theme, Realistic Marquee FX in 4K 21:9 (3840x1620), to spice up your marquee monitor The FX are composed of different layers of scratched plexi glass, reflection, light and other grungy and dusty layers to get as close to realism as possible, see in the video below how it's been composed. Installation Please note this was made for use with a 21:9 ultra wide monitor (best bang for your buck considering width and Marquee monitors), other aspect ratios might not look as on screenshots. 1. Extract folder '_Realistic Marquee FX' in 'Launchbox\Themes' 2. Within the _Realistic Marquee FX folder are 2 images (for now!) a. Realistic Marquee FX - With Marquee holder & Plexi FX. b. Realistic Marquee FX Only Plexi - Without the Marquee holder, only Plexi FX. 3. Choose the style XAML file you want, they are located and named in Zip files. a. Realistic Marquee FX - Complete: With Marquee holder, Plexi FX and Magic Screen Filler. b. Realistic Marquee FX - Sans Filler: With Marquee holder & Plexi FX but Without Magic Screen Filler. c. Realistic Marquee FX - Plexi FX & Filler - Without Marquee holder, With Plexi FX and Magic Screen Filler. d. Realistic Marquee FX - Plexi FX only: With Plexi FX but without Magic Screen Filler and Marquee Holder. 4. Pick the style you like and overwrite the GameMarqueeView.xaml file in the 'your theme of choice/Views' folder, might be a good idea to back up the file first however. Enjoy and have fun! 🤘 Mr. RetroLust (Call me Lust)