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  1. Version 1.0.0

    66 downloads

    By far my largest contribution to date.. This set of Clear Logos was designed to work in conjunction with Dan Patrick's Platform Logos (found here), using a subset of these logos, and a font matching (or at least super close to) what he used in his own Playlist images. The intention was to stay simple and keep it consistent above all else. This collection is available in 3 Styles: Dark - Best used with Light Themes Light - Best used with Dark Themes Outline - Designed to read well regardless of Light or Dark theming. The Playlists available for each Platform are: Official Releases - Games released during the lifespan of the platform Aftermarket Releases - Games released after the platform's lifecycle (homebrew, indie releases, etc) Favorites - For games marked as favorites Translations - Translated games Unreleased Games - Games developed and intended to be released during a platform's lifecycle, but no official release Hacked Games - Hacked games! Finally, there are currently 73 Platforms covered in each set: Massive thanks to @Dan Patrick in all sincerity, for the countless hours he put in on these logos to begin with. I also wanted to thank @faeran - Even though we've never had any direct communication (that I'm aware of, at least), I learned a lot about theming and media by reading his posts and watching his theming videos on YouTube. Enjoy! I hope the community can make use of this, and I'm always open to suggestions, ideas and any way I can improve my work.
  2. Platform Playlists - Clean & Simple Set View File By far my largest contribution to date.. This set of Clear Logos was designed to work in conjunction with Dan Patrick's Platform Logos (found here), using a subset of these logos, and a font matching (or at least super close to) what he used in his own Playlist images. The intention was to stay simple and keep it consistent above all else. This collection is available in 3 Styles: Dark - Best used with Light Themes Light - Best used with Dark Themes Outline - Designed to read well regardless of Light or Dark theming. The Playlists available for each Platform are: Official Releases - Games released during the lifespan of the platform Aftermarket Releases - Games released after the platform's lifecycle (homebrew, indie releases, etc) Favorites - For games marked as favorites Translations - Translated games Unreleased Games - Games developed and intended to be released during a platform's lifecycle, but no official release Hacked Games - Hacked games! Finally, there are currently 73 Platforms covered in each set: Massive thanks to @Dan Patrick in all sincerity, for the countless hours he put in on these logos to begin with. I also wanted to thank @faeran - Even though we've never had any direct communication (that I'm aware of, at least), I learned a lot about theming and media by reading his posts and watching his theming videos on YouTube. Enjoy! I hope the community can make use of this, and I'm always open to suggestions, ideas and any way I can improve my work. Submitter machjas Submitted 06/19/2022 Category Playlist Clear Logos
  3. Version 1.0.0

    30 downloads

    Hello, all! I recently decided to overhaul my Launchbox setup, and rework it to incorporate Aftermarket Releases in a way the makes more sense. I decided on two primary categories - Official Releases and Aftermarket Releases: Official Releases are pretty much what you would expect. Aftermarket Releases then goes on to Hacked Games, Original Games, Translations, and Unreleased Games - I wrote up descriptions to accompany each subcategory (also included in txt files). I included a screenshot of my Platform Categories to help make sense of it. Once I decided on that, I set out to find Clear Logos to match, and either struck out, or what I'd seen wasn't fitting with the rest of my system, so I decided to make my own cohesive set that also included your standard Favorites, Collections and Playlists These clear logos and descriptions are meant to be platform agnostic so that I could use them for every platform in my collection that has these aftermarket releases.
  4. Machtendo - Clear Logos - Platform Subcategories & Playlists View File Hello, all! I recently decided to overhaul my Launchbox setup, and rework it to incorporate Aftermarket Releases in a way the makes more sense. I decided on two primary categories - Official Releases and Aftermarket Releases: Official Releases are pretty much what you would expect. Aftermarket Releases then goes on to Hacked Games, Original Games, Translations, and Unreleased Games - I wrote up descriptions to accompany each subcategory (also included in txt files). I included a screenshot of my Platform Categories to help make sense of it. Once I decided on that, I set out to find Clear Logos to match, and either struck out, or what I'd seen wasn't fitting with the rest of my system, so I decided to make my own cohesive set that also included your standard Favorites, Collections and Playlists These clear logos and descriptions are meant to be platform agnostic so that I could use them for every platform in my collection that has these aftermarket releases. Submitter machjas Submitted 04/28/2022 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
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