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  1. Prior to the second lockdown here in the UK, I finally got around to setting up my new MAME collection of games in Lunchbox. To my delight, boom! - the vast majority of the automatically downloaded logos were super clean and looked perfect! High-fives all around. In the back of my mind, I had the idea of adding my favorite ZX Spectrum, Amiga, and Atari ST games to Launchbox. And when I was forcibly imprisoned in my home for the second time, I had no reason not to do it. I managed to get over the technical hurdle of getting these older emulators up and running and integrated into Launchbox. However, I noticed that some of the logos were missing or of low quality. This is hardly a surprise as many of these systems are pretty niche and old. Being an art director in tv, film, games for the last 20 odds years, these problems triggered my artistic OCD. Luckily, I have physical copies of many of the games, so I began scanning in logos and cleaning them up (Artworking them). And so began my unstoppable artistic OCD project, before I knew it, I had moved into the other consoles such as Playstation, PSP, and Gamecube. Disc’s not cutout properly, centered, and not spinning correctly on the entry into games I found particularly upsetting. So I had to fix those Here is a rough breakdown of what I’ve done per platform. When I get time, I’ll share some of the disc templates if that’s useful to people. ZX Spectrum. I did quite a fair bit of work on the logos here, scanning in original artwork and digitally cleaning them up, so they look decent. I also fixed some of the spacing issues around the logos, with the aim is to make them appear vaguely consistent. You basically want the volume / visual mass of each logo to be roughly consistent in the default view within Launchbox. This can be tricky because they come in all shapes in sizes. Good examples of my work: Robocop 1-3, R-Type, Overlander, JetSet Willy. Atari ST and Amiga. These logos were in better shape, probably because the machines are newer and more popular with users. Common problems include low resolution, blurriness, and alpha problems in the cutout. Many logos have been cut out from a light or colourful background and many have these colors within the Anti-aliased edges. Initially, I would search online for a decent version of a logo but would often resort to scanning them in. Venus Flytrap, X-Out, Lotus games are good examples of my work. Many logos were originally creative to work over light backgrounds. In these cases, I have created and uploaded a version that works well over dark backgrounds. SNES and MegaDrive (Genesis). Predictably these were in good shape But I did tweak a few things here and there. PS1, PS2, Gamecube. I had to do a bit of logo work here, but I spent most of my time centered and cleaning up disc artwork. I do have a few of these original games, which I utilized to produce the disc artwork for titles such as Wipeout and the Destruction Derby. But if you search online, you usually find a high-resolution scan/photo of the official box art or disc. I couldn’t fix all the discs for each region. That would take a lifetime. But I tried to make sure at least one disc for each game would look decent and spin properly. My general preference has been towards the PAL/European regions as I’m based in the UK. I worked up about 75 Gamecube, 165 PS1, And 265 or so PS2 discs. Predicable the PS1 logos and disc artwork involved the most amount of work due to artwork availability and generally inconsistently in the way the original discs were printed. Game Boy and Game Boy Advance. The Game Boy media seems to be in good shape, but the GBA has more inconsistency with its logos both in terms of quality and spacing. I worked through about 400 odd GBA logos. I’m probably going to do another pass on the ZX Spectrum, Amiga, and Atari ST logos as I’m not sure I uploaded all of my changes. Anyway, now the lockdown here in the UK is coming to an end I’ll calm things down for while But I thought I would share the obsessive work I have been doing
  2. Mr. RetroLust's - Mame 4K - Lights Out - Realistic Bezels View File 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 "Lights Out - Realistic Bezels" series, for RetroArch bezels in this series see: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/1950-mr-retrolusts-lights-off-retroarch-bezels/ About: 2000 Realistic bezels in 3840x2160 resolution for MAME. My goal was to make bezels for around 1300 MAME games I had in my collection but I ended up making around 700 bezels more. I started this project in 2019 and finished it in 2022. I used existing high quality artwork but also cleaned a lot of previously unavailable artwork which @Mr. Do had in his amazing collection. I searched high and low with google images to find existing artwork, which took me to Japanese websites oftenly using google translate and research to get to those obscure images. The quality isn't always as high but I made sure I always used the highest quality I could find. Note: These artwork packs are made for older versions of Mame, if you use Mame 0.226 and upwards and find these files don't work right please see this post as you need to have them in a different lay structure: NOTE: This original project uses a reflection and scratch layer to add a realistic effect, it defines the style of the project, this is not for everyone. But please don't request "a clean verion" as I haven't kept the layer formats for all these 2000 games, this project is what it is. ============== Installation: Place the zip files inside the packs in mame/artwork/ Also be sure to curve the screen in Mame effects, you can use the preset files I've included in the downloads but they are for an older version of Mame (0.198) so they might not work on newer versions. To learn more about effects in Mame be sure to read this well: https://docs.mamedev.org/advanced/hlsl.html ============== Credits: Most of the artwork used are from the most excellent @Mr. Do & the many team members: http://mrdo.mameworld.info/index.php For NeoGeo artwork much artwork came from: http://www.neogeosoft.com/ For Flyer artwork the amazing: https://flyers.arcade-museum.com/ and https://www.flyerfever.com/ Some artwork used from: https://www.verticalarcade.com/ which has amazing vertical bezels, be sure to pay them a visit. Special thanks to the following people, without them this project wouldn't be what it is: @ArsInvictus John Merrit, @Briball @cmgssilva @Orionsangel @Boz1978 @L4ZYD4NE @Manson976 UDb23 @IainSA TheGuru, Smitdogg, CAG, DrVectrex, tbombaci, italie, MAMEWorld, Ad_Enuff, UDb Raspbear, @destrowade @CKL @Thoggo @Antny @Dreamstate Submitter Mr. RetroLust Submitted 12/07/2019 Category Platform Bezels/Overlays  
  3. These custom console themed overlays were edited and assembled by me to play your retro console games with a unique nostalgic bezel on Retroarch. Please enjoy and have fun. Please give me credit and the others involved if you use it on your Youtube channel. Thanks. The Mega Bezel Reflection Shader is by Hyperspacemadness Some of the original artwork came from ReignStumble Credit is given to RetroKenesis for the bezel frames You can download my updated console themed bezels here - https://www.mediafire.com/file/nae92pk4834fbqb/ConsoledThemedBezelsByOrionsangelHSM.zip/file You can download all my older console themed overlays here - https://www.mediafire.com/file/ngh4h47lr4d0i45/OrionsangelRetroarchOverlays.zip Here's a Tutorial on how to add them to Retroarch. Older versions...
  4. Version 1.0.0

    232 downloads

    Here is a collection of familiar Daphne and ALG marquees, but also added some fan made singe games as well such as Samurai Jack, TitanAE, Star Blazers, etc... Also for American Laser Games I added fanmade singe shooters Platoon and Freedom Fighter. And while I was at it... I did the ActionMAX games, hell why not...
  5. Hello everyone, The Bezel Project was created with the goal of making a custom bezel for every ROM with an easy install script for the raspberry pi. It has been ported over for Odroid, and Mac and I would love some help getting it over to LaunchBox for more people to enjoy! We’ve made thousands of them for multiple consoles and there has been a lot of demand to get them working on PC, but I need help. Here is more information about us from our GitHub page if that helps. Thank you and we appreciate it very much. https://github.com/thebezelproject/BezelProject
  6. Version 0.04

    1,312 downloads

    Mr. RetroLust created a series of bezels which is a masterpiece: Yet as he uses a rather old version of MAME, some of those bezels are not compatible with the latest releases which use a redisigned artwork system (MAME 0.226 onwards). as I intend to continue to enjoy his creations in optimal conditions, I have undertaken to update all the lay files and to correct recent incompatibilities. You will find here the integrality of this collection updated to the most recent artwork system. Based on the version 3.2 of its collection: I updated/edited all the lay files (but one*). Renamed some archives to respect romnames of latest MAME release (0.250 at the time of this writing). Merged some bezels in a zip file to remove any conflict with the classic artworks of Mr. Do. Replaced most of the screen overlays based on pics with lay-coded ones according to the latest MAME sources (ex: Circus). Added some color variations (ex: Barricade) Corrected some known bugs (ex: Dead Eye). Added a toggable gear shift view for racing games when possible (ex: Pole Position). Added generic horizontal and vertical bezels to use as fallback artworks for every game missing individual art file. If you spot a bug, or a game I forgot to add a gear shift, please indicate it in the comments, I will rectify it ASAP. *: For the moment I have not managed to update 'Golly! Ghost!' efficiently, the version included here is the original version of Mr. Retrolust and does not work with the new lay system. It is essential to use the included horizontal.ini and vertical.ini files to make the generic bezels work. The vector.ini and the vector-mono.ini are highly recommended but not essential. The raster.ini is only to be used if you use the D3D HLSL graphics mode. For my part I use BGFX for the rasters and the fantastic ArcCAbView 2.2 shader from Houb: Highly Recommended! https://www.emuline.org/topic/2598-arccabview-display-your-arcade-games-just-as-you-want/ All hail to Mr. RetroLust , he deserves all the credit. ************************************************************************************************************* If you found this release useful, you might like this post where I published an update of Dreamstate's beautiful vertical artworks: - Be sure to click on 'November 8' =>
  7. Version 3.8

    18,142 downloads

    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 "Lights Out - Realistic Bezels" series, for RetroArch bezels in this series see: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/1950-mr-retrolusts-lights-off-retroarch-bezels/ About: 2000 Realistic bezels in 3840x2160 resolution for MAME. My goal was to make bezels for around 1300 MAME games I had in my collection but I ended up making around 700 bezels more. I started this project in 2019 and finished it in 2022. I used existing high quality artwork but also cleaned a lot of previously unavailable artwork which @Mr. Do had in his amazing collection. I searched high and low with google images to find existing artwork, which took me to Japanese websites oftenly using google translate and research to get to those obscure images. The quality isn't always as high but I made sure I always used the highest quality I could find. Note: These artwork packs are made for older versions of Mame, if you use Mame 0.226 and upwards and find these files don't work right please see this post as you need to have them in a different lay structure: NOTE: This original project uses a reflection and scratch layer to add a realistic effect, it defines the style of the project, this is not for everyone. But please don't request "a clean verion" as I haven't kept the layer formats for all these 2000 games, this project is what it is. ============== Installation: Place the zip files inside the packs in mame/artwork/ Also be sure to curve the screen in Mame effects, you can use the preset files I've included in the downloads but they are for an older version of Mame (0.198) so they might not work on newer versions. To learn more about effects in Mame be sure to read this well: https://docs.mamedev.org/advanced/hlsl.html ============== Credits: Most of the artwork used are from the most excellent @Mr. Do & the many team members: http://mrdo.mameworld.info/index.php For NeoGeo artwork much artwork came from: http://www.neogeosoft.com/ For Flyer artwork the amazing: https://flyers.arcade-museum.com/ and https://www.flyerfever.com/ Some artwork used from: https://www.verticalarcade.com/ which has amazing vertical bezels, be sure to pay them a visit. Special thanks to the following people, without them this project wouldn't be what it is: @ArsInvictus John Merrit, @Briball @cmgssilva @Orionsangel @Boz1978 @L4ZYD4NE @Manson976 UDb23 @IainSA TheGuru, Smitdogg, CAG, DrVectrex, tbombaci, italie, MAMEWorld, Ad_Enuff, UDb Raspbear, @destrowade @CKL @Thoggo @Antny @Dreamstate
  8. Mr. RetroLust's MAME Lights Out Bezels Revisited View File Mr. RetroLust created a series of bezels which is a masterpiece: Yet as he uses a rather old version of MAME, some of those bezels are not compatible with the latest releases which use a redisigned artwork system (MAME 0.226 onwards). as I intend to continue to enjoy his creations in optimal conditions, I have undertaken to update all the lay files and to correct recent incompatibilities. You will find here the integrality of this collection updated to the most recent artwork system. Based on the version 3.2 of its collection: I updated/edited all the lay files (but one*). Renamed some archives to respect romnames of latest MAME release (0.250 at the time of this writing). Merged some bezels in a zip file to remove any conflict with the classic artworks of Mr. Do. Replaced most of the screen overlays based on pics with lay-coded ones according to the latest MAME sources (ex: Circus). Added some color variations (ex: Barricade) Corrected some known bugs (ex: Dead Eye). Added a toggable gear shift view for racing games when possible (ex: Pole Position). Added generic horizontal and vertical bezels to use as fallback artworks for every game missing individual art file. If you spot a bug, or a game I forgot to add a gear shift, please indicate it in the comments, I will rectify it ASAP. *: For the moment I have not managed to update 'Golly! Ghost!' efficiently, the version included here is the original version of Mr. Retrolust and does not work with the new lay system. It is essential to use the included horizontal.ini and vertical.ini files to make the generic bezels work. The vector.ini and the vector-mono.ini are highly recommended but not essential. The raster.ini is only to be used if you use the D3D HLSL graphics mode. For my part I use BGFX for the rasters and the fantastic ArcCAbView 2.2 shader from Houb: Highly Recommended! https://www.emuline.org/topic/2598-arccabview-display-your-arcade-games-just-as-you-want/ All hail to Mr. RetroLust , he deserves all the credit. ************************************************************************************************************* If you found this release useful, you might like this post where I published an update of Dreamstate's beautiful vertical artworks: - Be sure to click on 'November 8' => Submitter kloug666 Submitted 11/29/2022 Category Platform Bezels/Overlays
  9. Version 1.0.0

    17 downloads

    Background artwork for the MAME games Asteroids Deluxe (astdelux.zip) and Space Invaders (invaders.zip). The backgrounds are made for the RetroArch core "Arcade (MAME - Current)", which is the latest version of MAME. Older RetroArch cores are NOT supported! Place the files inside the artwork folder: RetroArch\system\mame\artwork Do not change the name of the files and don't unpack them, otherwise MAME will not recognize the files correctly! MAME should use the backgrounds automatically. If not, press TAB on your keyboard to open the MAME menu, navigate to Video Options >> Screen #0 and select "Upright_Artwork".
  10. Version 1.0.2

    9,598 downloads

    I have created playlist clear logo sets, which I have based on the logo font for each system. I had to create entire fonts and edit other fonts to resemble the logo font for many of the systems. Each set contains a black, white and a colour version of clear logos for the following... Playlists logos include: Genres logos include: Regions logos include: Years logos include: Not every platform category\playlist will utilize every logo depending on your build. I have used the same naming system thats used in the Unified Theme. So I would suggest verifying the playlist/platform names before dropping them into your images folder... as some may differ from user to user and wrongly named files will not show up in BigBox. If you do have different platform names you can use Bulk Rename Utility to rename them quick and easy. How to add them to LaunchBox. Instructions: Drag and drop the Platform Categories and the Playlists folders into the Launchbox Images folder. Launch BigBox and go into -> Options -> Image Cache and Refresh Platform Wheel Images. Here's links to all the fonts and .psd templates i used to make these for anyone who wants to create their own missing playlist logos. Playlist Templates Playlist Fonts Enjoy!
  11. Version 1.0.0

    830 downloads

    Hi all, Rebuild the Atomiswave Artwork Front cover (HD/UHD version). 27 files - 1534x2100 They use the rom name pattern. Enjoy!! PS: A new game cover add: - Kenju Cauptain Inc. - cauptain@gmail.com - youtube.com/c/cauptain
  12. I couldn't find anything for this game so I made my own 776666431_skullxboa.zip
  13. Version 1.0.1

    11,289 downloads

    This is a Basic Platform Clear Logo Set containing over 500 clear logos. It contains platform, platform category, playlist and a few third-party clear logos. There is variations of some platform clear logos as well. This set works well with themes that have light coloured backgrounds and i have also made an alternate white version for themes that have dark coloured backgrounds. Its an updated set of the platform clear logos that i used for my White Trim set. How to add them to LaunchBox. Instructions: Rename the PNG file exactly the same name of the desired platform as it is named in LaunchBox. Copy/paste *.PNG file in your ...\ LaunchBox \ Images \ Platforms \ <Platform name> \ Clear Logo. Delete the old logo (if present). Launch BigBox and go into -> Options -> Image Cache and Refresh Platform Wheel Images. How to add them to a Theme. Instructions: Rename the PNG file exactly the same name of the desired platform as it is named in LaunchBox. Copy/paste *.PNG file in your ...\ LaunchBox \ Themes \ <Theme name> \ Images \ Platforms \ Clear Logo. Delete the old logos (if present). Launch BigBox and go into -> Options -> Image Cache and Refresh Platform Wheel Images. Enjoy!
  14. Version 4.1.2

    6,784 downloads

    This is a MASSIVE collection of clear logos focusing on Genres (categories) and with some Collections included. There is a download pack for 40 different platforms. There are 1000'S of clear logos in this collection. They work fine with all the available themes that I've tried. There is a separate download pack for each platform. Each downloaded zip contains 2 folders (one is a folder with the clear logos which is pretty much a drag-n-drop thing, the 2nd is a folder with matching playlists (auto-generated) if you wish to try them, (keep in mind the playlists are far from perfect and still being updated), along with Readme.txt that explains where everything goes. I was inspired to do this when I switched to the Retro Console Theme by cemfundog and some logo work done by scooter1974. It got me started when I wanted to create a couple for myself and well, that couple just keeps growing now.... Thanks to both of you for your help. Per request, I added the complete set in a single file called for easier downloading. It contains everything that's in all the individual downloads. (it is the very last file in the downloads or use the link) Complete Collection v4.1.1.zip (at the bottom of the list) You can get the matching videos here: Extreme Gamer Collection (works with COLORFUL and most other themes) Ultimate Playlist Beginner Setup Guide & Starter Collection (with New Video Sets, smaller in size and easier to download) Massive #1 - 100's of Videos that match these clear logos - The screenshots above are NOT using the matching videos Massive #2 - Another set of almost 500 genre/category Videos that match these - Cemfundog and I collaborated on this and using his design I created these to go with his animated Retro Console Theme v2. TV Commercial Platform Videos Download Retro Console Theme: Retro Console Theme or Retro Console Theme V2 These logos really pop if you set BigBox to use Platform Categories as the view. Of course, the better your genres are defined, the better your playlists (and logos) will work for you. That's why I included my matching playlists to help you get started if you have been putting it off like I did for years..haha. Make copies or backups of your files (the one mentioned in the Readme) then you can try these and if you don't like them, you can delete them and easily put things back like you had them. As it stands right now, there are close to 20,000 files in the collection. If you are working with limited storage space, you can always download the systems you need, pick out the ones you want to use and delete the rest. Each system download has the same content concerning the genres/categories, meaning if one system has a clear logo for "Baseball", every system will have a clear logo for "Baseball. I done it this way so if you add a new game and you choose a new genre for it that is new to your setup, and the genre files have already been installed from here, they will be picked up automatically for you. (If I create a new category, genre or collection, it will be added it to all the systems.) Concerning the Play Mode images: I have tried to make all the images that pertain to the # of players, local, online, single player, multiple player, local co-op, split screen, 2-Player Alternating, etc., specific to each individual platform. Like the Xbox 360 images have 360 controllers on them or the Wii U images have a Wii U on one side and the Wii U Controller on the other. Just a added touch. All systems will play mode images for up to 8 players (starting in version 2) in both Simultaneous and Alternating, so I tried to fit many different setups, as we all have have different likes. My objective it to finish through my library with the genres I have, then I will either begin all over again maybe focusing on Collections I have or try to make matching video snaps, not sure yet. I will try to accept requests now for other genres/categories....I ask you be patient as I am only one old feller and I'll do the best I can. PLEASE keep requests to things that will have at least 5-10 games that will pertain to it. I am trying to focus it around single word genre/categories best I can. This is a work-in-progress and on-going I'm sure. The better the metadata, the better searches and organization it makes. Here are the systems included so far: (Updated to v4 on 06-15-20) 3DO Interactive Arcade Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari Jaguar Atari Lynx Atari ST ColecoVision Commodore Amiga Mattel Intellivision Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 NEC TurboGrafx-16 Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo GameCube Nintendo Switch Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U ScummVM Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Saturn Sharp X68000 - NEW SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation 4 (no playlists) - New emulators are starting to show progress now so just preparing Sony PSP Super Nintendo Entertainment System Windows Wonderswan Color Feel free to leave comments, questions and suggestions and I will get back as soon as I can.
  15. MASSIVE - 1000's of Clear Logos focusing on Genres/Categories (Part of The Papaw TV Collection) View File This is a MASSIVE collection of clear logos focusing on Genres (categories) and with some Collections included. There is a download pack for 40 different platforms. There are 1000'S of clear logos in this collection. They work fine with all the available themes that I've tried. There is a separate download pack for each platform. Each downloaded zip contains 2 folders (one is a folder with the clear logos which is pretty much a drag-n-drop thing, the 2nd is a folder with matching playlists (auto-generated) if you wish to try them, (keep in mind the playlists are far from perfect and still being updated), along with Readme.txt that explains where everything goes. I was inspired to do this when I switched to the Retro Console Theme by cemfundog and some logo work done by scooter1974. It got me started when I wanted to create a couple for myself and well, that couple just keeps growing now.... Thanks to both of you for your help. Per request, I added the complete set in a single file called for easier downloading. It contains everything that's in all the individual downloads. (it is the very last file in the downloads or use the link) Complete Collection v4.1.1.zip You can get the matching videos here: Extreme Gamer Collection (works with COLORFUL and most other themes) Ultimate Playlist Beginner Setup Guide & Starter Collection (with New Video Sets, smaller in size and easier to download) Massive #1 - 100's of Videos that match these clear logos - The screenshots above are NOT using the matching videos Massive #2 - Another set of almost 500 genre/category Videos that match these - Cemfundog and I collaborated on this and using his design I created these to go with his animated Retro Console Theme v2. TV Commercial Platform Videos Download Retro Console Theme: Retro Console Theme or Retro Console Theme V2 These logos really pop if you set BigBox to use Platform Categories as the view. Of course, the better your genres are defined, the better your playlists (and logos) will work for you. That's why I included my matching playlists to help you get started if you have been putting it off like I did for years..haha. Make copies or backups of your files (the one mentioned in the Readme) then you can try these and if you don't like them, you can delete them and easily put things back like you had them. As it stands right now, there are close to 20,000 files in the collection. If you are working with limited storage space, you can always download the systems you need, pick out the ones you want to use and delete the rest. Each system download has the same content concerning the genres/categories, meaning if one system has a clear logo for "Baseball", every system will have a clear logo for "Baseball. I done it this way so if you add a new game and you choose a new genre for it that is new to your setup, and the genre files have already been installed from here, they will be picked up automatically for you. (If I create a new category, genre or collection, it will be added it to all the systems.) Concerning the Play Mode images: I have tried to make all the images that pertain to the # of players, local, online, single player, multiple player, local co-op, split screen, 2-Player Alternating, etc., specific to each individual platform. Like the Xbox 360 images have 360 controllers on them or the Wii U images have a Wii U on one side and the Wii U Controller on the other. Just a added touch. All systems will play mode images for up to 8 players (starting in version 2) in both Simultaneous and Alternating, so I tried to fit many different setups, as we all have have different likes. My objective it to finish through my library with the genres I have, then I will either begin all over again maybe focusing on Collections I have or try to make matching video snaps, not sure yet. I will try to accept requests now for other genres/categories....I ask you be patient as I am only one old feller and I'll do the best I can. PLEASE keep requests to things that will have at least 5-10 games that will pertain to it. I am trying to focus it around single word genre/categories best I can. This is a work-in-progress and on-going I'm sure. The better the metadata, the better searches and organization it makes. Here are the systems included so far: (Updated to v4 on 06-15-20) 3DO Interactive Arcade Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari Jaguar Atari Lynx Atari ST ColecoVision Commodore Amiga Mattel Intellivision Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 NEC TurboGrafx-16 Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo GameCube Nintendo Switch Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U ScummVM Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Saturn Sharp X68000 - NEW SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation 4 (no playlists) - New emulators are starting to show progress now so just preparing Sony PSP Super Nintendo Entertainment System Windows Wonderswan Color Feel free to leave comments, questions and suggestions and I will get back as soon as I can. Submitter The Papaw Submitted 02/21/2020 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  16. Hello friends! Main D&D video now plays in both BigBox default themes but the background art for playlists has gone missing. This used to work fine... I have plenty of screenshots proving so. SEE POST #2. The video issue must have been fixed in a recent update but now playlist art is broken? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Does anyone know how to configure the BigBox settings so a video plays for the platform/platform category while artwork is displayed for the playlists? I can get it to do one or the other but not both with the 2 themes that come with BigBox. If a video plays in the platform category, no background artwork is displayed when viewing playlists (DEFAULT THEME). Conversely, if background artwork is displayed for playlists, no video is played in the platform category (CriticalZone V2 - DEFAULT). Is there a THEME or a way to get the Video to play for the Platform Category AND background artwork shown for the playlists? Is this not possible or perhaps a glitch? I've tried every setting I can find withing the options menu. I only need this type of setup for this one platform. Thanks for any help you can provide
  17. Version 1.0.0

    426 downloads

    Hi all, Follow 3D covers of the N64 (HD version). I treated all covers with Photoshop but I'm a beginner hope enjoy my work. They use the Launchbox name pattern but it works perfectly on any frontend. Claudio
  18. Playstation 2 3D PAL Spain (126) View File Hello! Almost all the covers have been scanned directly from my collection and I designed a template with the open source Gimp 2 program that I also attached in case anyone was interested. Currently there are 126 and some more from another region. Submitter Pedro Submitted 07/30/2020 Category Game Box Art
  19. Version 1.0.0

    358 downloads

    Marquee artwork for those with stretch LCD displays. I decided to share my personal collection of arcade rips from TTX, Teknoparrot, etc. I just put all in one zip file as I am not sure how I want to organize yet... games from TTX, RingEdge, RingWide, Lindbergh, Raw Thrills, GlobalVR, etc. There might be a few I need to update that look like ass, also will be adding more as I go along.
  20. Version 1.0.0

    219 downloads

    Collection of PC game marquees for those with a stretch display. Any major additions I might have in the future I will update here...
  21. PC Game Marquees View File Collection of PC game marquees for those with a stretch display. Any major additions I might have in the future I will update here... Submitter drewjbx Submitted 04/25/2020 Category Game Marquee Images  
  22. Laserdisc Game Marquees View File Here is a collection of familiar Daphne and ALG marquees, but also added some fan made singe games as well such as Samurai Jack, TitanAE, Star Blazers, etc... Also for American Laser Games I added fanmade singe shooters Platoon and Freedom Fighter. And while I was at it... I did the ActionMAX games, hell why not... Submitter drewjbx Submitted 04/25/2020 Category Game Marquee Images  
  23. Arcade Rip Marquees View File Marquee artwork for those with stretch LCD displays. I decided to share my personal collection of arcade rips from TTX, Teknoparrot, etc. I just put all in one zip file as I am not sure how I want to organize yet... games from TTX, RingEdge, RingWide, Lindbergh, Raw Thrills, GlobalVR, etc. There might be a few I need to update that look like ass, also will be adding more as I go along. Submitter drewjbx Submitted 04/25/2020 Category Game Marquee Images  
  24. Version 1.4.5

    1,969 downloads

    These are platform banners that I've created for Big Box that have been available on the forums for some time now but haven't actually been in the downloads section. I'm uploading them here as some may not be aware of them. Platforms currently covered: 3DO Amiga Arcade (2 variants) Atari 8-bit Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari Jaguar Atari ST (2 variants) Atomiswave Capcom CPS-1 (2 variants) Capcom CPS-2 (2 variants) Capcom CPS-3 Classic PC (custom platform) Commodore 64 GCE Vectrex MS-DOS Neo Geo Neo Geo Pocket Color Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo Game Boy (2 variants) Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color (2 variants) Nintendo Wii PC/Windows PC Engine PC Engine-CD (2 variants) ScummVM Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Master System (2 variants) Sega Model 2 Sega Naomi (2 variants) Sega Saturn Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony PSP Super Nintendo Entertainment System SuperGrafx Taito Type X TurboGrafx-16 TurboGrafx-CD (2 variants) Sharp X68000 I will continue to create more based on requests as time allows. If you have a specific request, post it in the comments and I'll see what I can do. Other image/video projects:
  25. Hi all, Are anyone interested in doing a task force to restore the damaged covers of some systems or even all systems? I've been doing this for a long time, but there comes a time when time is short. For edit the covers you don't need to be an expert in Photoshop, with just 5 or 6 tools and 3/5 minutes, you already get amazing results. If anyone wants, post here that I can help with tips and material. Below are some recoveries that took a maximum of 3,4 minutes to make. Claudio
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