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  1. Hi Guys, I have my MAME 0191 set imported under arcade and last night decided to have LB create the missing arcade playlists. As Launchbox created and populated these playlists it all looked fine. But when launching BB, the lists are there, but some are empty while LB shows them populated. For example: LB created playlist Cave and populated it with x number of games. BB on the other hand shows the Cave list, it even gives me a games count. But when I access the list it says 'No games available' while other lists show me just 1 game. Any idea on what this could be?
  2. Usually I just call my dad if anything needs to be done but I really wanted to do it all myself this time. I have never build anything or did any wood working before, it took me a couple of months to build with a lot of trial and error, but in the end I'm very happy with how it turned out!
  3. Just finished my arcade build. Comes together nicely with Launchbox:) sanwa jlf joysticks, Happ buttons with cherry switches. Uses ipac 2. Just ordered pac link to get xinput on the controls so I can set up Steam controls easier. Launchbox setup was super easy thanks to ETA primes videos!
  4. Hi. Earlier this year i built a bartop arcade: ( And for my next project i want to build an pedestal arcade with 4 players. 10 buttons each. All buttons and sticks light-controlled via ledblinky. Does anyone have experience with this kind of setup? I've only seen projects consisting of uneven number of buttons for all the players, and/or having connected not as many buttons as what i'm planning. Is it posible to get 4 encoders for handling the rgb-lighting for each player, or would that be problematic? Does ledblinky handle only one encoder? I want to use separate encoders for each player's input (due to previous experiences such as giving up making Steam tackle xin-mo controllers and such)
  5. zer0's Banners

    Version 1.0.0

    15 downloads

    This is a collection of banners I made using each system floating in a galaxy background, and I'd like to share them with the community! Don't forget to like, review or comment, I'd really appreciate it! The ZIP file includes all banners for the systems I own, as well as a few custom playlist platforms: Arcade Atari Lynx Super Nintendo (PAL) Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Wii Nintendo WiiU Sega 32X Sega Model 2 Sega Model 3 Sega CD Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Sega Dreamcast Sega Master System Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony PSP Panasonic 3DO Playlist Banners: Mortal Kombat Street Fighter Grand Theft Auto Tony Hawks Pro Skater Super Nintendo Mini (PAL) zer0s_Banners.zip
  6. zer0's Banners

    zer0's Banners View File This is a collection of banners I made using each system floating in a galaxy background, and I'd like to share them with the community! PM me if you'd like a custom banner(s) made for you (within reason of course!) The ZIP file includes all banners for the systems I own, as well as a few custom playlist platforms: Arcade Atari Lynx Super Nintendo (PAL) Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Wii Nintendo WiiU Sega 32X Sega Model 2 Sega Model 3 Sega CD Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Sega Dreamcast Sega Master System Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony PSP Panasonic 3DO Playlist Banners: Mortal Kombat Street Fighter Grand Theft Auto Tony Hawks Pro Skater Super Nintendo Mini (PAL) zer0s_Banners.zip Submitter DaveC Submitted 11/02/2017 Category Platform Banners  
  7. zer0's Banners

    zer0's Banners View File This is a collection of banners I made using each system floating in a galaxy background, and I'd like to share them with the community! PM me if you'd like a custom banner(s) made for you (within reason of course!) The ZIP file includes all banners for the systems I own, as well as a few custom playlist platforms: Arcade Super Nintendo Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Wii Nintendo WiiU Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Sega Dreamcast Sega Master System Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony PSP Playlist Banners: Mortal Kombat Street Fighter Grand Theft Auto Tony Hawks Pro Skater Super Nintendo MINI Submitter DaveC Submitted 11/02/2017 Category Platform Banners  
  8. Hi! I've built a bartop arcade cabinet ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgrQeYAnecY ) to play retrogames and steam games on, but i'm having trouble making Steam play well with my "Sinoarcade" control interface (i really don't want to use xboxce360) . What control interface would you recommend that would 100% work with steam? If i remember correctly, you should be able to map any d-input controller i Steam settings "controls" and enable "Use Generic gamepad"-option in order to make Steam do the "conversion" from here. I tried mapping my Sinoarcade, but had problems mapping the analog stick x and y axis
  9. Launchboxes

    tried not to overload w so many pics but wanted display marquees as well..I seperated my collection into 4 diff installations. consoles,playlists coin-ops and jukebox. allows me to be selective on images and cut out the fat so to speak .My baby is running mint tight and clean . wanna say im done tweakin but thanks to the awesome community here who knows what comes next .loving the bezels thanks for lookin
  10. Hi Is possible play PC Game like SonicMania with Arcade controller ? Native mode , the encoder is not compatible with directinput . is there a free software or maybe some advanced launchbox option that allows me to control, for example, the directional arrows of the keyboard and the A key?
  11. Since Teknoparrot already a dozen of games and that it's progressing at a good speed, couldn't we add the Sega Ring as a supported platform ? I've already done this by myself and would like to share it with other people with the databse :
  12. Hi all, I'd like your feedback on my first draft of artwork for my upcoming MAME bartop build. I've decided to call it "ROM Runner," both as a nod to Blade Runner and a pun since it will literally run ROMs. The visual theme takes heavy inspiration from modern interpretations of retro sci-fi, with the Tron-like grid and purple/blue color scheme. Aside from the art itself, I'd also appreciate a functionality check on the labels for each player's admin buttons. "Credit" and "Start" are a given, and I think "Pause" makes sense, but I'm not sure about "Exit." It might be better to keep that set to a key combination that's not as easy to accidentally press. The control panel will definitely have four admin buttons, so I need to come up with something for the fourth button label. Thanks!
  13. 3D Arcade Fighting Games View File A playlist of 3D arcade fighting games containing 44 games from MAME, Model 2, Model 3, and Naomi. You will need the MAME, Sega Model 2, Supermodel, and Demul emulators to run these games. Note: If you get an error message from LB simply right click and uncheck the read only box in the file properties. Submitter Charco Submitted 08/07/2017 Category Playlists  
  14. 3D Arcade Fighting Games

    Version 1.0.0

    35 downloads

    A playlist of 3D arcade fighting games containing 44 games from MAME, Model 2, Model 3, and Naomi. You will need the MAME, Sega Model 2, Supermodel, and Demul emulators to run these games. Note: If you get an error message from LB simply right click and uncheck the read only box in the file properties.
  15. Arcade Genre Video Themes

    I've put together a set of frontend video themes intended to be used with arcade genre-based playlists. The genres correspond roughly to the "All Killer, No Filler" playlists compiled by BadMouth and the ArcadeControls forum community: I designed the logos and edited the audio/video collages, but much credit and many thanks are due to the EmuMovies community, HyperSpin community, and @CriticalCid for creating the game-specific video themes and capturing all the gameplay footage. The video files are hosted at EmuMovies and are available here. Clear logos for these genre playlists are available here. You can see a preview of the videos below on YouTube.
  16. Hi Guys, Can anyone recommend some good Steam games that play well on an arcade cabinet with Big Box? I'm looking for games that are simple to launch and play with minimal setup and operate just like an emulated arcade game or Taito Type-X machine. They run, press start, choose amount of players then play...no B.S. options etc. Additionally they will easily quit to Big Box with a hotkey (ALT-F4). I have a standard 2P layout with 6 buttons each + start, exit and 2 player select buttons Cheers
  17. Arcade Genre Clear Logos

    Version 1.4

    113 downloads

    This is a pack of simple, text-based clear logos intended to be used with arcade genre playlists. The genres roughly correlate to the "All Killer, No Filler" categories.
  18. Arcade Genre Clear Logos

    Arcade Genre Clear Logos View File This is a pack of simple, text-based clear logos intended to be used with arcade genre playlists. The genres roughly correlate to the "All Killer, No Filler" categories. Submitter letstalkaboutdune Submitted 08/02/2017 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  19. 2D Arcade Fighting Games

    Version 1.1

    47 downloads

    Hi guys, I created a playlist of 2D arcade fighting games and thought I'd share it. This is not an exhaustive list. There are 133 games from MAME, Atomiswave, and Naomi. You will need the MAME and Demul emulators installed. All the Neo Geo and Capcom ones are included. I was hoping the community could collaborate on this one as there are plenty games missing I'm sure, but at least this initial list will get the ball rolling on a bigger list of games.
  20. Arcade Cabinet Platform Banners

    Version 2.1

    104 downloads

    This is a set of arcade cabinet images intended to be used as banners for arcade platforms or playlists in BigBox. To achieve the look from the example screenshot, I recommend using my corresponding Simple Arcade Clear Logos set along with keltoigael's CityHunter theme. After being inspired by the arcade section of viking's Hardware Platform Set I set out to create some arcade cabinet images with a more retro look, like the dedicated cabinets of the mid to late eighties and early nineties. In most cases I used Williams Electronics' Defender as a template, adding the marquee, side art, bezel, control panel overlay, and gameplay images of a representative game from each developer to create an end look that in many cases is very similar to the original cabinets. In some cases I took more creative license, such as with Cave's DoDonpachi, and in others simply polished and modified existing images of iconic cabinets, including BurgerTime, Centipede, Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and the Neo Geo MVS system. Platforms/Games: Arcade Classics: Cabal (TAD) Arcade Shooters: Raiden (Seibu Kaihatsu) Atari: Centipede Capcom (non-CPS): 1943: The Battle of Midway Capcom CPS-1: Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Capcom CPS-2: Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes Capcom CPS-3: Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Cave: DoDonpachi Data East: BurgerTime Irem: R-Type II Jaleco: The Astyanax Konami: Contra Midway: Mortal Kombat II Namco: Pac-Man Neo Geo: Multiple Nintendo: Donkey Kong Sega: Golden Axe SNK (non-Neo Geo): Ikari Warriors Taito: Space Invaders Technos: Double Dragon Tecmo: Rygar Toaplan: Twin Cobra Williams: Defender Installation instructions: Unzip archive. In LaunchBox, right-click on desired arcade platform or playlist, then click "Edit." In the "Images" area on the right hand side, click "Add Image" and browse to the desired banner image. Once the banner image has been added, right-click the banner image, select "Image Type," then "Banner." In the "Notes" tab, copy and paste the platform text from "Platform Descriptions.txt" into the editable text field. Click "OK" to confirm changes.
  21. Arcade Cabinet Platform Banners

    Arcade Cabinet Platform Banners View File This is a set of arcade cabinet images intended to be used as banners for arcade platforms or playlists in BigBox. To achieve the look from the example screenshot, I recommend using my corresponding Simple Arcade Clear Logos set along with keltoigael's CityHunter theme. After being inspired by the arcade section of viking's Hardware Platform Set I set out to create some arcade cabinet images with a more retro look, like the dedicated cabinets of the mid to late eighties and early nineties. In most cases I used Williams Electronics' Defender as a template, adding the marquee, side art, bezel, control panel overlay, and gameplay images of a representative game from each developer to create an end look that in many cases is very similar to the original cabinets. In some cases I took more creative license, such as with Cave's DoDonpachi, and in others simply polished and modified existing images of iconic cabinets, including BurgerTime, Centipede, Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and the Neo Geo MVS system. Platforms/Games: Arcade Classics: Cabal (TAD) Arcade Shooters: Raiden (Seibu Kaihatsu) Atari: Centipede Capcom (non-CPS): 1943: The Battle of Midway Capcom CPS-1: Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Capcom CPS-2: Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes Capcom CPS-3: Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Cave: DoDonpachi Data East: BurgerTime Irem: R-Type II Jaleco: The Astyanax Konami: Contra Midway: Mortal Kombat II Namco: Pac-Man Neo Geo: Multiple Nintendo: Donkey Kong Sega: Golden Axe SNK (non-Neo Geo): Ikari Warriors Taito: Space Invaders Technos: Double Dragon Tecmo: Rygar Toaplan: Twin Cobra Williams: Defender Installation instructions: Unzip archive. In LaunchBox, right-click on desired arcade platform or playlist, then click "Edit." In the "Images" area on the right hand side, click "Add Image" and browse to the desired banner image. Once the banner image has been added, right-click the banner image, select "Image Type," then "Banner." In the "Notes" tab, copy and paste the platform text from "Platform Descriptions.txt" into the editable text field. Click "OK" to confirm changes. Submitter letstalkaboutdune Submitted 07/04/2017 Category Platform Banners  
  22. Simple Arcade Clear Logos

    Version 1.0.1

    239 downloads

    This is a set of logos intended to be used as clear logos for arcade platforms or playlists in BigBox. To achieve the look from the example screenshot, I recommend using my corresponding Arcade Cabinet Platform Banners set along with keltoigael's CityHunter theme. Most logos are simply cleaned up versions of the developer/publisher's logo, with the exceptions of my catch-all platforms "Arcade Classics" and "Arcade Shooters." I use those platforms for titles whose developers were not prolific enough to justify their own platform. I've also included a text file with the descriptions of each platform. Platforms: Arcade Classics Arcade Shooters Atari Capcom (non-CPS) Capcom CPS-1 Capcom CPS-2 Capcom CPS-3 Cave Data East Irem Jaleco Konami Midway Namco Neo Geo Nintendo Sega SNK (non-Neo Geo) Taito Technos Tecmo Toaplan Williams Installation instructions: Unzip archive. In LaunchBox, right-click on desired arcade platform or playlist, then click "Edit." In the "Images" area on the right hand side, click "Add Image" and browse to the desired clear logo image. Once the clear logo has been added, right-click the logo, select "Image Type," then "Clear Logo." In the "Notes" tab, copy and paste the platform text from "Platform Descriptions.txt" into the editable text field. Click "OK" to confirm changes.
  23. Simple Arcade Clear Logos

    Simple Arcade Clear Logos View File This is a set of logos intended to be used as clear logos for arcade platforms or playlists in BigBox. To achieve the look from the example screenshot, I recommend using my corresponding Arcade Cabinet Platform Banners set along with keltoigael's CityHunter theme. Most logos are simply cleaned up versions of the developer/publisher's logo, with the exceptions of my catch-all platforms "Arcade Classics" and "Arcade Shooters." I use those platforms for titles whose developers were not prolific enough to justify their own platform. I've also included a text file with the descriptions of each platform. Platforms: Arcade Classics Arcade Shooters Atari Capcom (non-CPS) Capcom CPS-1 Capcom CPS-2 Capcom CPS-3 Cave Data East Irem Jaleco Konami Midway Namco Neo Geo Nintendo Sega SNK (non-Neo Geo) Taito Technos Tecmo Toaplan Williams Installation instructions: Unzip archive. In LaunchBox, right-click on desired arcade platform or playlist, then click "Edit." In the "Images" area on the right hand side, click "Add Image" and browse to the desired clear logo image. Once the clear logo has been added, right-click the logo, select "Image Type," then "Clear Logo." In the "Notes" tab, copy and paste the platform text from "Platform Descriptions.txt" into the editable text field. Click "OK" to confirm changes. Submitter letstalkaboutdune Submitted 07/04/2017 Category Platform Clear Logos  
  24. My Virtual Arcade

    work in progress arcade ..around 500 cabinets so far as well as an atari, genesis, nes, snes, rooms. Includes a windows/pc room , a music room w jukebox , a sports room and a wrestling room . a movie hallway with all movie themed games and started a driving game room . all cabinets have walkup video previews and all games playable.still long way to go .Much credit to the launchbox database community.
  25. ProjectTalk:- Bezels Bezels Bezels

    Like many people here I am a RetroArch whore That means I use Overlays to add borders to some things...To fair I dont actually use many overlays but then again my setup has never been polished and tends to be a testing ground more than an actual game machine. Cant help but tinker.... Anyway I totally love bezel artwork and enjoy collecting bezels for all systems (not so much Arcade) I would love to put a big global pack together in Metalzoic's Mega Bezel Pack style (if your familiar) for everything except Arcade.....PM me if your interested. I guess the size of a pack like that will probably need a home on a decent server. I expect EmuMovies is the obvious place if they will have it. So here are my ongoing projects.... Adding Overlays to the Libretro Repo's...They are free to download from the below links. Just click "clone" and "download as zip" Console Type Mainly or Collections like @Nyny77 and @nosh at the moment. https://github.com/libretro/overlay-borders Arcade Type (RetroArch is well suited to Arcade Overlays....best use MAME or RocketLauncher) https://github.com/libretro/arcade-overlays I also just started helping out @JamesBaker with his Bezel efforts All that info will be here eventually http://emulationguide.com/james-baker or his YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNgRrtLSth94xOHNUHqUfw @MetalVinnie are you cool for me to share your New Black Box NES bezels in the above places? (When time permits) If you missed those they are here I LOVE A BEZEL
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