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  1. Version 1.0

    138 downloads

    This is a new theme based on my previous Flikbox, however it is built around blurred backdrops and foreground elements that pop out against them, and less focused on speed and more on smooth eye candy. It is currently considered as Beta, there is still tweaking to be done and some features to add but it should be perfectly functional. It is a little more intensive than the previous Flikbox due to there being many more elements involved. The theme is designed for 16:9 although other ratios might work but haven't been tested. It works best with video snaps rather than any type of themed video. VIEWS INCLUDED: System Text Lists Horizontal Coverflow Horizontal Wheel (boxes) Horizontal Wheel (logos) Vertical Wheel (boxes) Vertical Wheel (logos) Wall with info (boxes) Wall with info (logos) It uses the Source Sans Pro free typeface which is included in the zip. I have used Dan Patrick's awesome platform logos and my own controller icons, many thanks to him. Of course, thanks to y2guru for the Community Theme Creator, and Faeran's very helpful Youtube videos. I have uploaded a matching startup theme here.
  2. FB Focus View File This is a new theme based on my previous Flikbox, however it is built around blurred backdrops and foreground elements that pop out against them, and less focused on speed and more on smooth eye candy. It is currently considered as Beta, there is still tweaking to be done and some features to add but it should be perfectly functional. It is a little more intensive than the previous Flikbox due to there being many more elements involved. The theme is designed for 16:9 although other ratios might work but haven't been tested. It works best with video snaps rather than any type of themed video. VIEWS INCLUDED: System Text Lists Horizontal Coverflow Horizontal Wheel (boxes) Horizontal Wheel (logos) Vertical Wheel (boxes) Vertical Wheel (logos) Wall with info (boxes) Wall with info (logos) It uses the Source Sans Pro free typeface which is included in the zip. I have used Dan Patrick's awesome platform logos and my own controller icons, many thanks to him. Of course, thanks to y2guru for the Community Theme Creator, and Faeran's very helpful Youtube videos. I have uploaded a matching startup theme here. Submitter AsparagusTrevor Submitted 01/24/2023 Category Custom Themes  
  3. Version 1.0.0

    145 downloads

    Themes video for Angry Birds Collection [16:9] Recorded based on themes created by Mackano from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes
  4. Themes video for Angry Birds Collection [16:9] View File Themes video for Angry Birds Collection [16:9] Recorded based on themes created by Mackano from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes Submitter Benjam Submitted 12/15/2022 Category Playlist Theme Videos  
  5. Version 1.0.0

    121 downloads

    AAE/Vector Games - [16:9] Themes Video Recorded based on themes from hyperspin. I record this completely gratuitously for fun... 😄 Many thanks to the creators of the original themes. 🤘
  6. Version 1.0.1

    167 downloads

    Sammy Atomiswave - Themes Video [16:9] Recorded based on themes from hyperspin 🤘 Conversion to 16:9 by Mrfomt 🤘 Some of the corrections I have made Many thanks to the creators of the original themes. 🤘
  7. Version 1.3.2

    144,283 downloads

    The idea of this set is to place the gameplay video in context, with the hardware of its time. A touch of nostalgia to better understand an unknown material especially for the youngest. Most of the montages use the EmuMovie gameplay videos. The others are mine. This video set is also available in 4:3 ratio here I also share the gameplay videos I create with the help of the community. On EmuMovie FTP : "Upload here > _Video Snap Submissions > Viking (Platform Video)" /!\ IMPORTANT NEWS /!\ Dad of 2 young children, I dont have enough time to make another video. Thanks to him, @dragon57 are nicely create new video for this set. You can find additional videos here. If other people are interested in creating video for this set, here is a Mega link to download a 7zip archive with some source files that will help you stay in the graphical lines. Thank you for your help and your understanding! // VIDEO // Platform = 253 videos Category = 5 videos // INFORMATION // 16:9 format HD resolution : 1920x1080px MP4 format - H264 Codec - AAC audio - most with 30fps EmuMovie or community video integration, unless not available, I created myself the games loop. // INSTRUCTION // There is 2 way to download my videos : Way 1 : The easy one In LaunchBox, go to "tools > Download platform video theme" Select "Viking's Nostalgia (16x9)" Clic "OK" Way 2 : By hand Download files here one by one and copy into : ... / LauchBox / Themes / <theme name> / Videos / Platforms / ... Rename the videos exactly as the name of the desired platform in LaunchBox. Launch BigBox // PREVIEW //
  8. Version 1.0.0

    170 downloads

    Daphne/Laserdisc - [16:9] Themes Video Recorded based on themes from hyperspin. Many thanks to the creators of the original themes. 🤘 I have many more themes in the 16:9 aspect ratio... so if anyone is interested I am happy to share 😉 lair.mp4 ace.mp4 cliff.mp4 interstellar.mp4 roadblaster.mp4
  9. Version 1.0.0

    82 downloads

    NEC SuperGrafx - [16:9] Themes Video Recorded based on themes created by Hoscarconh from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes. 1570243226_DaiMakaimura(Japan).mp4
  10. Version 1.0.0

    137 downloads

    Atari Jaguar - [16:9] - 55 Themes Video Recorded based on themes created by Hoscarconh from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes.
  11. Version 1.0.1

    51 downloads

    Konami Handheld - [16:9] Themes Video Recorded based on themes created by Hoscarconh from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes. added to Tiger Electronics Handheld category because Konami Handheld category is missing...
  12. Version 1.0.0

    74 downloads

    Tiger Handheld Electronics - [16:9] Themes Video Recorded based on themes created by Hoscarconh from hyperspin Many thanks to the creator of the original themes.
  13. Version 1.0

    145 downloads

    This is a modify version of Unified by CriticalCid. The only change is the bars from top and bottom row was removed. This is only for people who wants to use Unified Theme but wants all the bars removed. Theme Requirement: Unified by CriticalCid
  14. Version 2.2.2

    2,083 downloads

    Pulse is dark, responsive BigBox theme. No need for custom images. 125 device images and 135 cropped clear logos included. Views use: Clear logos, Videos, Fan art, Box Art, 3D Box Art and device images. Made with: Community Theme Creator for BigBox 1.0.8.99 by y2guru Views included (Version 1.1): System HorizontalWheel1 HorizontalWheel2 HorizontalWheel3 PlatformWheel1 PlatformWheel2 PlatformWheel3 PlatformWheel4 TextFiltersView TextGamesView Views (Version 2.0) GameDetailsView HorizontalWheel1GamesView HorizontalWheel2GamesView HorizontalWheel3GamesView PlatformWheel2FiltersView (Viking's Colorful platform videos are recommended) PlatformWheel3FiltersView SystemView TextFiltersView TextGamesView TextListView WallGamesView Wall2GamesView (If you want this to look good please remove all the title screenshots from games) Fonts included: BarlowSemiCondensed-ExtraBold BarlowSemiCondensed-Medium BarlowSemiCondensed-Regular Barlow Semi Condensed - Google Fonts Remember to refresh wheel images from BigBox options AND INSTALL THE FONTS! Special Thanks to @Dan Patrick and @bundangdon who helped me a lot with useful feedback. Dan also provided some icons and clear logos. There were others who gave me feedback, so thank you all for your help. Screenshots and video preview uses videos and images made by others, including platform videos by @viking Not taking any requests for missing assets. Video Preview Version 2.0 Version 1.1
  15. dirtyOld View File Here's my latest theme for BigBox. It's dark gray, clean, simple and flat. Similar to allNightLong. Hope you like it. This is the wide version designed for 16:9 and 16:10 screen aspects. 4:3 version is coming later. Custom Images: 127 Platform Banners 47 Playlist Banners + one empty 4 Category Banners Views: System Horizontal Games Wheel 1 Horizontal Games Wheel 2 Horizontal Games Wheel 3 Wheel Games Wheel 1 Wheel Games Wheel 2 Text Games View Platform Wheel 1 Platform Wheel 2 Platform Wheel 3 Text Filters View Fonts: Barlow Semi Condensed (Regular 400, Semi-bold 600, Bold 700) https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Barlow+Semi+Condensed?query=barlow Font added since v1.1 Roboto (regular, bold) Roboto - Google Fonts Recommended platform video set for the theme: Viking's Nostalgia 4:3 Banners Make more banners with the Photoshop template Credits: Community Theme Creator for BigBox@y2guru Basic - Platform Clear Logo Set 1.0.1 @RetroNi COLORFUL platform video set 1.6.5 @viking Unsplash (System Background and few platform banner images) Evan Amos for device images (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Evan-Amos) Wikipedia for device images Special Thanks: These fine gamers helped me to get the views working better. @bundangdon @MisterCrowly @Dexll Submitter thimolor Submitted 12/20/2020 Category Big Box Custom Themes
  16. Unified - No Bars View File This is a modify version of Unified by CriticalCid. The only change is the bars from top and bottom row was removed. This is only for people who wants to use Unified Theme but wants all the bars removed. Theme Requirement: Unified by CriticalCid Submitter ABOhiccups Submitted 05/06/2022 Category Big Box Custom Themes  
  17. Pulse View File Pulse is dark, responsive BigBox theme. No need for custom images. 125 device images and 135 cropped clear logos included. Views use: Clear logos, Videos, Fan art, Box Art, 3D Box Art and device images. Made with: Community Theme Creator for BigBox 1.0.8.99 by y2guru Views included (Version 1.1): System HorizontalWheel1 HorizontalWheel2 HorizontalWheel3 PlatformWheel1 PlatformWheel2 PlatformWheel3 PlatformWheel4 TextFiltersView TextGamesView Views (Version 2.0) GameDetailsView HorizontalWheel1GamesView HorizontalWheel2GamesView HorizontalWheel3GamesView PlatformWheel2FiltersView (Viking's Colorful platform videos are recommended) PlatformWheel3FiltersView SystemView TextFiltersView TextGamesView TextListView WallGamesView Wall2GamesView (If you want this to look good please remove all the title screenshots from games) Fonts included: BarlowSemiCondensed-ExtraBold BarlowSemiCondensed-Medium BarlowSemiCondensed-Regular Barlow Semi Condensed - Google Fonts Remember to refresh wheel images from BigBox options AND INSTALL THE FONTS! Special Thanks to @Dan Patrick and @bundangdon who helped me a lot with useful feedback. Dan also provided some icons and clear logos. There were others who gave me feedback, so thank you all for your help. Screenshots and video preview uses videos and images made by others, including platform videos by @viking Not taking any requests for missing assets. Video Preview Version 2.0 Version 1.1 Submitter Juketsu Submitted 05/08/2021 Category Big Box Custom Themes  
  18. Switch Theme View File Switch v1.0.3 BigBox Theme 8/30/2017 Display scaling over 100% will cause alignment issues with the platform wheel banner images. Switch Changelog: v1.0.3 (8/30/2017): - moved the GrilaControlLibrary.dll to the theme Plugins folder, which is an added feature since the theme release (the .dll will still need to be un-blocked before launching BigBox) - fixed the large outline bug reported by @jamesclarke555 (thanks again for reporting it to me) v1.0.2 (5/2/2017): - redesigned Text Games View (thanks for the inspiration @NahuelDS) v1.0.1 (4/21/2017): - Dark version added v1.0.0 (4/20/2017): - Initial release Theme Description ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Switch is a very lightweight, clean theme that was designed to be as close to the original UI as possible. There isn't much artwork in this one: banners for the platform wheel view, covers for the box game view, and a video snap in the game details screen so it should run pretty smooth on low spec systems. It includes a custom control library that I've started to build that contains the battery status indicator as well as a separate 12 and 24 hour clock (since we can't change the format of the built-in one without changing Windows settings). Theme Notes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * Requires the file GrilaControlLibrary.dll to be un-blocked before launching BigBox. Make sure to do this for both the light and dark versions of the theme. * Utilizes the font Oxygen-Regular, which is included in the root theme folder. Install it before running this theme. * Designed for 1920x1080. I can't guarantee it will work at any other resolutions (really only the platform wheel), even in the same aspect ratio, because of the margin that is applied to the wheel to get it off center. The box game view and all text views are NOT affected by this and will work at any resolution, although text spacing and some other misc. elements may not look as perfect as they do at 1080. * Included is a sound pack for BigBox. Move it from the theme directory to LaunchBox\Sounds and select it in the BigBox options menu. It can also be downloaded here https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/467-switch/ * I've included some extra buttons and controller images along with the .PSD and .AI files to edit them if you feel the need. The extras can be swapped out to fit your system by simply copying them from the extras folder to the core image folder and renaming them. The file names have to match what's in the XAML, so you'll need to overwrite or delete the ones you are changing. Filenames are controller.png, play_button.png, and back_button.png. Alternate Versions ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1280x720 GPDWin focused version (video replaced with screenshot): Switch_v1.0.1_1280x720.zip 1280x800 Tablet focused version (video replaced with screenshot): Switch_v1.0.1_1280x800.zip Submitter Grila Submitted 04/20/2017 Category Big Box Custom Themes
  19. So I have caught the widescreen bug for games that were made before the widescreen revolution. This is mostly 3D games of the 5th and 6th Console Generation. Whilst there are quite a few games that have native widescreen support there are hacks and cheats to unlock the aspect ratio to display a true Anamorphic 16:9 Widescreen image. NO IN GAME STRETCHING HERE. What is True Anamorphic 16:9? - When you set a 4:3 game to run 16:9 and that title doesn't support it, the image will be stretched. True Anamorphic is adjusted for the 16:9 space so everything is rendered and displayed with no stretching. There are 3 ways to achieve this below. Native Widescreen? - Some games actually have widescreen support from the older generations. I was surprised to discover Goldeneye has native widescreen support, which would have made 4 player deathmatching wayyyyy better. Cheat Codes? - For games that have no Widescreen support there are some coding geniuses out there that have made easily implementable cheat codes to achieve Anamorphic 16:9. A small number of games need directly patching however most use cheat codes. These are made on a per game basis and yield far better results than Emulator Hacks. Emulator Hacks? Most emulators and cores now have a "Widescreen Hack" option. This option only works on a handful of games and is generally not the way to go as pop-in is really obvious outside the 4:3 space. PLEASE UNDERSTAND EMULATOR HACKS ARE NOT CHEAT CODES. THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE. POP-IN Pop-in is the enemy of getting games to run in 16:9. Because games were made to display in 4:3, anything that is displayed outside of that space will pop-in and out unless something is done to manipulate the code to render everything in the 16:9 space. This is due to devs simply not needing to use recourses on displaying anything outside 4:3 in those days. As I mentioned above, emulator hacks have terrible pop-in outside the 4:3 space. This is why cheat codes are the way to go if a game doesn't have native widescreen support. Cheat codes generally just work....... but not always. UI, HUD, FMV & Menu Stretching When using any widescreen solution there is more often than not, some 2D elements that will be stretched or not adjusted to display in the 16:9 space e.g speed dials in racers. Even native widescreen games have 2D asset stretching as the devs didn't adjust any or some of these elements. There are some examples where this doesn't happen, mostly with cheat codes as the coding genius behind it figured out how to resize or move UI elements. Sometimes selection cursors wont line up with what you are selecting as a result of the clashing 4:3 2D assets and adjusted 16:9 assets. FMV is generally stretched also, but not always. These are really small issues and not deal breakers. Just a small price to pay for glorious in game 16:9. Regional Differences / 60Hz Some titles for PAL/JP regions are easier/better to make codes/patches for over their USA counterparts. I had to change up my set to accommodate widescreen. I will be listing what region version is needed. Most games run at 60Hz thanks to codes but if not it will be in the notes section on the list. What am I doing? What is the project all about? Testing. Lot's of time consuming testing. Not all cheat codes work and have noticeable pop-in, ruining the experience. Emulator hacks work on very few games. I am testing most if not all games for certain platforms to see what works correctly with no pop-in using cheat codes or emulator hacks. Also finding out what region version works better as I have come across differences in pop-in. I am collating lists of working games with notes and presenting them to everyone to enjoy. These will be definitive up to date lists. For platforms like GC I will be providing ini's with the cheat codes to save everyone some time. If it has bad pop-in it gets cut. I'm also trying to consolidate information. Sega Dreamcast 16:9 Widescreen Games via Flycast List The Flycast core has all of the up to date Widescreen Cheat Codes hard coded to the core itself. No copy and pasting. All you need to do is go to Quick Menu -> Options -> Emulation Hacks -> and enable "Widescreen Cheats". Please make sure "Widescreen Hacks" is NOT ENABLED. You will need to set RetroArch itself to 16:9. "Auto" won't work. YOU ONLY NEED DO THIS FOR NATIVE WIDESCREEN GAMES You can set the Flycast core resolution to how you want it. You may want to save an Game Options Override on a per game basis for RetroArch. Here is the GitHub link to the widescreen cheats for the Flycast Core that I referenced. All available codes are present at this time - https://github.com/flyinghead/flycast/blob/master/core/cheats.cpp Native 16:9 Support - Requires RetroArch itself to be set to 16:9 & requires in game display options to be set to 16:9/Wide AeroWings (USA) Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers (USA) F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa (USA) MSR - Metropolis Street Racer (USA) Rayman 2: The Great Escape (USA) Starlancer (USA) Test Drive: V-Rally (USA) Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA) Toy Commander (USA) Toy Racer (USA) TrickStyle (USA) Wacky Races (USA) Games With Working Widescreen 16:9 Cheats via Flycast Core - Requires "Widescreen Cheats" to be Enabled 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (USA) 4 Wheel Thunder (USA) AeroWings 2: Airstrike (Europe) Game Runs at 50Hz - 25fps Alien Front Online (USA) Blue Stinger (USA) Bomber Hehhe! (Japan) Bomberman Online (USA) Buggy Heat (Japan) Cannon Spike (USA) Slightly miss aligns target overlay when locking on. Carrier (USA) ChuChu Rocket! (Europe) Charge 'n Blast (Europe) Coaster Works (Europe) Cosmic Smash (Japan) Crazy Taxi (USA) Crazy Taxi 2 (USA) Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Oratorio Tangram (USA) D2 (USA) Daytona USA (USA) Dead or Alive 2 (USA) Death Crimson OX (USA) Draconus: Cult of the Wyrm (USA) Dragon Riders: Chronicles of Pern (USA) Widescreen Cheat causes game to run slower. Dynamite Cop (USA) Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future (Europe) Evolution 2: Far Off Promise (USA) Evolution: The World of Sacred Device (Europe) Fighting Vipers 2 (Europe) Floigan Bros.: Episode 1 (Europe) Fur Fighters (Europe) Gauntlet Legends (Europe) Has a black bar at top of screen. Playable. Godzilla Generations (Japan) Godzilla Generations Maximum Impact (Japan) Golem no Maigo (Japan) Headhunter (Europe) Illbleed (USA) Karous (Japan) La Mans 24 Hours (Europe) Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (USA) Looney Tunes: Space Race (USA) Maken X (USA) Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (USA) Millenium Racer - Y2K Fighters (Unl) Mortal Kombat Gold (USA) Nightmare Creatures II (USA) Widescreen Cheat causes game to run slower. Outtrigger (Europe) Pen Pen (Europe) Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein (USA) Power Stone (USA) Power Stone 2 (USA) Project Justice (USA) Propeller Arena (Unl) Rainbow Cotton (Japan) Re-Volt (Europe) Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 (Europe) Record of Lodoss War (Europe) Hud and menu elements don't line up. Playable. Red Dog: Superior Firepower (Europe) Resident Evil Code: Veronica (USA) Rez (USA) Rippin' Riders Snowboarding (USA) Samba de Amigo (Europe) Seaman (USA) Sega GT (Europe) Sega Marine Fishing (USA) Seven Mansions: Ghastly Smile (Japan) Seventh Cross: Evolution (USA) Shadow Man (Europe) Silent Scope (Europe) Miss aligns target overlay on enemies when zoomed out. Playable. Skies of Arcadia (USA) SoulCalibur (USA) Space Channel 5: Part 2 (Japan) Spawn: In the Demon's Hand (USA) Star Wars: Episode I: Racer (USA) Super Magnetic Neo (USA) Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition (Europe) Surf Rocket Racers (Europe) Game Runs at 50Hz - 25fps Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing (Europe) Slight pop-in on bike models. Playable Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage (USA) Slight pop-in. Playable Time Stalkers (Europe) Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (USA) Vanishing Point (Europe) Virtua Fighter 3tb (Euope) Virtua Tennis 2 (Europe) Wetrix+ (Europe) Zero Gunner 2 (Japan) Code causes some pop-in. Playable. Zombie Revenge (USA) Zusar Vasar (Japan) Games That Work With 'Widescreen Hack' In Flycast Retroarch Core Chaos Field (Japan) F1 World Grand Prix (USA) F1 World Grand Prix II (Europe Fire Pro Wrestling D (Japan) Heavy Metal: Geomatrix (USA) Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (USA) Mr. Driller (USA) Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (USA) WWF Royal Rumble (USA) Games with Widescreen Cheat Codes but DO NOT WORK / Causes Pop-in Biohazard: Code: Veronica Complete (Japan) Cheat will pick this version up and apply cheat codes. They do not work. Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001 (Japan) You can see the edges of the backgrounds. Capcom vs SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro (Japan) Cheat Misplaces health bars and menu systems. Confidential Mission (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Deadly Skies (Europe) PAL Version of Airforce Delta. Cheat causes too much pop-in. Death Crimson 2: Meranito no Saidan (Japan) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Frame Gride (Japan) Cheat causes too much character pop-in. Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise From the Ashes (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Jet Grind Radio (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Kao the Kangaroo (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Max Steel (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Napple Tale: Arsia In Daydream (Japan) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Shenmue (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Shenmue II (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Silent Scope (Europe) Miss alignes target overlay on enemies. on when zoomed out. still playable Slave Zero (Europe) Cheat causes emu to go to console/bios menu Sonic Adventure (USA) Cheat causes pop-in on the right hand side of the screen only. Sonic Adventure 2 (USA) Cheat causes pop-in on the right hand side of the screen only. Sonic Shuffle (USA) Cheat causes pop-in and graphical glitches. Tennis 2K2 (USA) Cheat only stretches to 16:9. The House of the Dead 2 (USA) Cheat causes aiming to be off. Black bars during cut scenes. The Ring: Terror's Realm (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. TNN Motorsports Hardcore Heat (USA) Cheat only stretches to 16:9. Tokyo Xtreme Racer (Europe) Cheat causes distracting graphical issues. Ultimate Fighting Championship (USA) Cheat causes camera to not be aligned. Euro vers has major pop-in Virtua Tennis (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. World Series Baseball 2K2 (USA) Cheat causes shadow issues on models.
  20. Version 2.0.1

    234 downloads

    MAJOR OVERHAUL (version 2 requires BB v12.7.4 or higher) User friendly with "easy to see" custom genre & play mode icons. Designed for Large Screens & 4K in mind. Animated and color changing backgrounds. The gamers in the background are actually moving, looking like they are playing games. I tried to use some video effects to make it look like the ambient room light is changing, kinda like a TV does in real life. The Wall View is my favorite with the multiple info panels that slide into the screen. I carried over some of my genre icon artwork I made for Fading Elegance v1+. This time I used a male voice for platform names I created with Amazon Polly, so they sound pretty decent. I really love this theme on a big screen TV! The screenshots can't show how it functions, so check out the video. Now has 6 added views, easy to use the extra stuff and has the badges included now. UPDATED (02-13) Download the theme and tell me what ya think! This video is NOT using any extra Platform Videos Installation: Download, unzip, copy the folder "Game On v1" into your Launchbox "Themes" folder (I didn't change it to Game On v2 folder, so you can just delete and copy updated theme into it's place) Instructions to use Split Screen, PvP, LAN and Online Play Icon features: (not required) To get these to work in the theme is really pretty easy. Create the 4 Custom Fields below in Launchbox, just edit any single game in your collection and pick Custom Fields on the left panel. Copy-n-paste one of the 4 custom fields below and press <ENTER>. Then enter Yes in the value section press <ENTER>. Copy-n-paste the other 3 Custom Fields and do the same. Then press OK Now the fields should be ready and Yes is now a choice in Bulk Edit. Close Launchbox and re-open just to be safe. Then you can go back to the game you used to set up the custom fields and delete the Yes's if you need to. You can leave the field blank for NO so no need to worry any of them but the ones that apply, they will need to be YES. What I did, was to sort my collection different ways like genre or playmode. I had a genre set up for MMO, so I bulk edited all the games in that category, first I chose Play Mode, making sure they all had multiplayer added as a value. Then I said yes to make more changes, and then chose the newly created Custom Field: Online Play and just select Yes in the dropdown to add value. The theme will now display the animated globe for all those games in the views that use it. Do that for the other 5 Custom fields using similar sorts. Of course any game can be edited manually as well. The custom fields you can add: LAN Online Split Screen PvP *Controller Mapping: The only thing that needs changed is Button 3 (that's the "X" button on Xbox controller or square button on DS4 controller). It is set to "Play" by default, so if you use this, you will need to assign a different button to it. Now assign Button 3 to "Filter". That's it. If you get a blank area in the one of the Genre images (like where the Yellow arrow is pointing in the screenshot below), it just means that game is using a genre that I did not create a icon for. If you have Photoshop, you can use the simple template I included in the ..\LaunchBox\Themes\Game On v1\Media\Genres folder to create anything you need. Just open the template, drop a image in the template (re-size to taste), change the text and save. If you don't have PS, let me know and I can try to get ya fixed up. Big Thanks to @y2guru for moving forward with the Community Theme Creator and the changes he shared with us with v2.3. Without him, this wouldn't exist. And thanks to @faeran for all his troubleshooting help as well. And lets not forget @Jason Carr and the rest of the LB team and especially the server changes! -Enjoy & thanks for trying the theme!
  21. LV-101 View File LV-101 is dark, futuristic and responsive theme. Theme uses custom device and playlist images (download the psd templates from here). 108 devices are included in this package. Should work well with 16:10, 16:9, 4:3 and 5:4 ratios. Theme was designed to use box art, gameplay screenshot and gameplay video. If you want to make changes you can download the Community Creator Tool Files. For view transitions I recommend the vertical animation, it just feels right with this theme. Requires a powerful system to run smoothly. Tried it with i5-4570t and performance was horrible. AllNightLong works better on older systems. Theme contains: Platform Wheel 1 Platform Wheel 2 Text Filters View Text Games View Horizontal Wheel 1 Games View Horizontal Wheel 2 Games View So not a lot, but I didn't want to make this theme as huge as my previous theme. Less is more, or so they say. Credits: @y2guru for the COMMUNITY Theme Creator for BigBox @viking for the amazing platform videos. Fonts: Montserrat Designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, Sol Matas, Juan Pablo del Peral, Jacques Le Bailly (https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Montserrat?query=montse) Device Images: The Vanamo Online Game Museum (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Evan-Amos/Credits) Fan Art: This theme uses some images from EmulationStation theme Tronkyjared (https://github.com/cowboyjeeper/tronkyjared) Background Video: Free B Roll by <a href="http://videezy.com">Videezy.com</a> Submitter thimolor Submitted 07/29/2020 Category Big Box Custom Themes  
  22. Game On! View File MAJOR OVERHAUL (version 2 requires BB v12.7.4 or higher) User friendly with "easy to see" custom genre & play mode icons. Designed for Large Screens & 4K in mind. Animated and color changing backgrounds. After learning much more about how to use CTC, (once again, many thanks to @y2guru), I spent much more time on the details in this theme, such as shadows, color changing backgrounds, videos and video overlays, animations, even the blinking digital clock on the VCR (it is the actual time). The gamers in the background are actually moving, looking like they are playing games. I tried to use some video effects to make it look like the ambient room light is changing, kinda like a TV does in real life. The Wall View is my favorite with the multiple info panels that slide into the screen. I carried over some of my genre icon artwork I made for Fading Elegance v1+. I used some of @Rincewind clear logo stuff, mainly the template he shared. This time I used a male voice for platform names I created with Amazon Polly, so they sound pretty decent. I really love this theme on a big screen TV! The screenshots can't show how it functions, so check out the video. Now has 6 added views, easy to use the extra stuff and has the badges included now. UPDATED (02-13) Download the theme and tell me what ya think! This video is NOT using any extra Platform Videos Installation: Download, unzip, copy the folder "Game On v1" into your Launchbox "Themes" folder (I didn't change it to Game On v2 folder, so you can just delete and copy updated theme into it's place) Instructions to use Split Screen, PvP, LAN and Online Play Icon features: (not required) To get these to work in the theme is really pretty easy. Create the 4 Custom Fields below in Launchbox, just edit any single game in your collection and pick Custom Fields on the left panel. Copy-n-paste one of the 4 custom fields below and press <ENTER>. Then enter Yes in the value section press <ENTER>. Copy-n-paste the other 3 Custom Fields and do the same. Then press OK Now the fields should be ready and Yes is now a choice in Bulk Edit. Close Launchbox and re-open just to be safe. Then you can go back to the game you used to set up the custom fields and delete the Yes's if you need to. You can leave the field blank for NO so no need to worry any of them but the ones that apply, they will need to be YES. What I did, was to sort my collection different ways like genre or playmode. I had a genre set up for MMO, so I bulk edited all the games in that category, first I chose Play Mode, making sure they all had multiplayer added as a value. Then I said yes to make more changes, and then chose the newly created Custom Field: Online Play and just select Yes in the dropdown to add value. The theme will now display the animated globe for all those games in the views that use it. Do that for the other 5 Custom fields using similar sorts. Of course any game can be edited manually as well. The custom fields you can add: LAN Online Split Screen PvP *Controller Mapping: The only thing that needs changed is Button 3 (that's the "X" button on Xbox controller or square button on DS4 controller). It is set to "Play" by default, so if you use this, you will need to assign a different button to it. Now assign Button 3 to "Filter". That's it. If you get a blank area in the one of the Genre images (like where the Yellow arrow is pointing in the screenshot below), it just means that game is using a genre that I did not create a icon for. If you have Photoshop, you can use the simple template I included in the ..\LaunchBox\Themes\Game On v1\Media\Genres folder to create anything you need. Just open the template, drop a image in the template (re-size to taste), change the text and save. If you don't have PS, let me know and I can try to get ya fixed up. -Enjoy & thanks for trying the theme! Submitter The Papaw Submitted 12/10/2021 Category Big Box Custom Themes  
  23. Version 1.0.4

    1,196 downloads

    LV-101 is dark, futuristic and responsive theme. Theme uses custom device and playlist images (download the psd templates from here). 108 devices are included in this package. Should work well with 16:10, 16:9, 4:3 and 5:4 ratios. Theme was designed to use box art, gameplay screenshot and gameplay video. If you want to make changes you can download the Community Creator Tool Files. For view transitions I recommend the vertical animation, it just feels right with this theme. Requires a powerful system to run smoothly. Tried it with i5-4570t and performance was horrible. AllNightLong works better on older systems. Theme contains: Platform Wheel 1 Platform Wheel 2 Text Filters View Text Games View Horizontal Wheel 1 Games View Horizontal Wheel 2 Games View So not a lot, but I didn't want to make this theme as huge as my previous theme. Less is more, or so they say. Credits: @y2guru for the COMMUNITY Theme Creator for BigBox @viking for the amazing platform videos. Fonts: Montserrat Designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, Sol Matas, Juan Pablo del Peral, Jacques Le Bailly (https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Montserrat?query=montse) Device Images: The Vanamo Online Game Museum (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Evan-Amos/Credits) Fan Art: This theme uses some images from EmulationStation theme Tronkyjared (https://github.com/cowboyjeeper/tronkyjared) Background Video: Free B Roll by <a href="http://videezy.com">Videezy.com</a>
  24. Version 1.0

    217 downloads

    DefaultDroid was built during a Theme Workshop live stream. If you are interested in creating themes, subscribe to the Unbroken Software YouTube channel. DefaultDroid This Big Box theme was built to mimic the look of the LaunchBox for Android default look. This theme will work in many different aspect ratios including 4:3 and 16:9 and all the different variations in-between. The theme and the COMMUNITY Theme Creator project files can be downloaded here and is freely available for anyone in the community to use in their own projects. Watch this theme being built: Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4huBiQkmBug Credits COMMUNITY Theme Creator by @y2guru. Find it here: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/2115-community-theme-creator-for-bigbox/ Subscribe to catch future live stream: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSIht6UXIEXIgz4eXAEShxA
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