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  1. This is a re-recording and re-upload to YouTube of my current build as the last one had a few errors I missed. Link to new Video - Launchbox | Bigbox | 500+ Platforms | 400+ Playlists | 500,000+ Games | The ridiculous collection. I'm having issues where some videos stick. I've closed / disabled everything I can but it only helps a little. My specs are pretty good (32GB RAM, Octocore, 8GB Video) so I don't think it's that...? If you'd like a video of the playlists, let me know. As always, comments and criticisms welcome. 🎮
  2. A while ago I made a thread asking how you guys deal with games that don't have box art, backgrounds or anything available. Basically those small freeware games, mini-games, or really obscure stuff. Didn't get any replies, but I did come up with a solution. Kinda silly, but it works. lol Basically, I put everything under one box called Miscellaneous games. Then, when you open it, it runs a portable installation of ES-DE with all my small games on a simple list. It's not the best solution out there, but what do you guys think?
  3. This is my current collection, listed for your pleasure. This may help some add to their own collections, or spark some ideas for others. I had some fun trying to come up with new playlists, I hope you find these useful. Platforms - .Videos 3D Groove GX 3D NES 3DVIA Player AAE (Another Arcade Emulator) Aamber Pegasus Acorn Archimedes Acorn Atom Acorn Computers Acorn Electron Acorn Risc PC ActiveX Adventure Game Studio Alambik Aleck 64 Aleste 520EX OS Alf TV Game Altos Computer Systems American Laser Games Amstrad CPC Amstrad GX4000 Analogue Pocket Android (Bluestacks) OS Android Anime Videos APF Imagination Machine APF MP1000 Apogee BK-01 Apple I Apple II Apple IIGS Apple Lisa Apple Macintosh Apple Newton Applied Technology Microbee Apricot PC-XI Aquaplus P-ECE Arcade Music Trivia Challenger Arcade Arduboy Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari 8-Bit Atari Falcon Atari Flashback Atari G42 Atari GX2 Atari Jaguar CD Atari Jaguar Atari Lynx Atari ST Atari STE Atari TT Atlus Atmosphere Authorware AXEL Player Bally Astrocade Bandai Apple Pippin Bandai Denshi MangaJuku Bandai Playdia Bandai RX-78 Bandai Super Vision 8000 Bandai WonderSwan Color Bandai WonderSwan Banpresto BBC Ceefax BBC Microcomputer System Benesse Pocket Challenge V2 Benesse Pocket Challenge W Big Fish Bit Corporation Gamate BitPlayer Bondwell Model 12_14 OS Bondwell Model 2 Brezzasoft Crystal System Burroughs B20 Burster Camputers Lynx Canon X-07 Capcom 68000 Capcom Play System 1 Capcom Play System 2 Capcom Play System 3 Capcom Sony ZN Casio CFX 9850 Casio Loopy Casio PB-1000 Casio PV-1000 Casio PV-2000 Cave CDC110 OS ChaiLove CHIP-8 CoinOps FE Coleco Adam Coleco Telstar ColecoVision Comad Co Commodore 128 Commodore 64 Commodore 65 Commodore Amiga 1000 Commodore Amiga 1200 Commodore Amiga 2000 Commodore Amiga 3000 Commodore Amiga 4000 Commodore Amiga 500 Commodore Amiga 600 Commodore Amiga CD32 Commodore Amiga Commodore BX256-80HP OS Commodore C16 Commodore C64GS Commodore CDTV Commodore MAX Machine Commodore PET Commodore Plus 4 Commodore VIC-20 Convergent Technologies AWS & NGEN OS CP_M OS Cult3D Cybiko Xtreme Cybiko Daphne DEC PDP DEC Rainbow 100 OS DEC VT-180 OS DeepV Dendy 750 in 1 DICE Digiac 3080 Doujin Dragon DreamGEAR EACA EG2000 Colour Genie Elektronika BK Emerson Arcadia 2001 Enterprise 64 & 128 Entex Adventure Vision Entex Electronic Baseball Eolith Gradation 2D System Epoch Game Pocket Computer Epoch Super Cassette Vision Epson PX-8 ETL Mark II ETL Mark IV A ETL Mark IV Examu Ex-Board Exelvision Exeltel Exelvision EXL 100 Exidy Sorcerer eXoDOS Fairchild Channel F Fightcade FE Final Burn Alpha Final Burn Delta Final Burn Neo Flash (Flashpoint) Flash Flashpoint 10.1 Ultimate FE Fujitsu FM Towns Marty Fujitsu FM-7 Fujitsu FMR Fukutake Studybox Funtech Super Acan Future Pinball Galaksija Plus Galaksija GamePark GP2X GamePark GP32 GameWave GCE Vectrex GoBit GOG (Good Old Games) Handhelds Hartung Game Master Hector HRX Hewlett-Packard HP 48 Hitachi S1 HiVE HomeLab HTML5 Hyper Electronic Games Hypercosm Hyper-G IBM Compatibles IBM System_360 OS IBM IGS - 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Best Of Gold Playstation Portable - 2. Best Of Silver Playstation Portable - 3. Best Of Bronze Playstation Portable - The Best Pokemon Pool and Billiards Prince of Persia Collection Prototypes PSiKYO Psion Published by Activision Published by Atari Published by Atlus Published by Electronic Arts Published by Nintendo Published by Sega Published by Sony Quake Rage for the Ages RDI Halcyon Resident Evil Collection Retro Learning Pack Rockwell AIM-65 OS Role Playing Games Samples Sandbox Games ScummVM - 1. Best Of Gold ScummVM - 2. Best Of Silver ScummVM - 3. Best Of Bronze ScummVM - The Best Sega 32X - The Best Sega CD - 1. Best Of Gold Sega CD - 2. Best Of Silver Sega CD - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega CD - The Best Sega CDX Sega Dreamcast - 1. Best Of Gold Sega Dreamcast - 2. Best Of Silver Sega Dreamcast - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega Dreamcast - The Best Sega Game Gear - 1. Best Of Gold Sega Game Gear - 2. Best Of Silver Sega Game Gear - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega Game Gear - The Best Sega Genesis - 1. Best Of Gold Sega Genesis - 2. Best Of Silver Sega Genesis - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega Genesis - The Best Sega Master System - 1. Best Of Gold Sega Master System - 2. Best Of Silver Sega Master System - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega Master System - The Best Sega Saturn - 1. Best Of Gold Sega Saturn - 2. Best Of Silver Sega Saturn - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega Saturn - The Best Sega SG-1000 - 1. Best Of Gold Sega SG-1000 - 2. Best Of Silver Sega SG-1000 - 3. Best Of Bronze Sega SG-1000 - The Best Sega TeraDrive Sharp C1 NES TV Sharp X68000 - 1. Best Of Gold Sharp X68000 - 2. Best Of Silver Sharp X68000 - 3. Best Of Bronze Sharp X68000 - The Best Shockwave Shockers Simpsons Collection Slots Collection SNK NeoGeo CD_Z Sonic The Hedgehog Collection Sony SMC-777 OS South Park Collection Space Invaders Collection Speed Hacks Spiderman Collection Spinner Games Spinner Racing Games Spongebob Squarepants Collection Spyro Collection Star Wars Collection Strategy Games Street Fighter Collection Superheroes Technos Tomb Raider Collection Trackball Games Translated Triumph-Adler Alphatronic OS UK Teletext Services UK Unlicensed Unreleased Vertically Oriented Games Visual Novel Games Vs. Windows - Best of Bronze Windows - Best of Gold Windows - Best of Silver Wolfenstein Collection Wonderswan - 1. Best Of Gold Wonderswan - 2. Best Of Silver Wonderswan - 3. Best Of Bronze Wonderswan - The Best Wrestling Games Years - 1970s Years - 1980s Years - 1990s Years - 2000s Years - 2010s Years - Pre 1970s Years - Unknown Yu-Gi-Oh! Collection Yun Sung ZX Spectrum - 1. Best Of Gold ZX Spectrum - 2. Best Of Silver ZX Spectrum - 3. Best Of Bronze ZX Spectrum - The Best Let me know if you have something I haven't thought of
  4. Updated 1/15/22 to version 0.45 with 500 additional games. Full details here. Current progress: working through "P" TLDR / What is it? This is a huge work-in-progress collection of hand-picked C64 games (3000 currently), demoscene demos, SID music, C64 magazines, and diskmags. 100% of the collection has been tested, streamlined and custom-tailored to get you into the games and playing as easily and quickly as possible. It's also portable and doesn't require any front-end to function (though it does come packaged with Launchbox). Video Guide / Project Overview / Demonstration Written Guide / Video Script Introduction Some of you may know that I have a website where I update older PC games to run on modern computers. While I primarily stick with DOS and Windows 3.1/95 games, I've also done a few Amiga games and even made a collection of C64 games called C64 Dreams. That was a collection of 128 of my favorite C64 games from my childhood, and it turned out relatively well. I've always been extremely picky when it came to C64 emulation. Having done my time with a real C64 as a kid, I have no desire to go back to the hassles that that entails (extremely long load times, cumbersome disk swapping, constantly swapping joystick ports from game to game, etc.) and, having been into emulation since the late 90's, I've messed around with a lot of different C64 emulators over the years. In nearly all cases there was always something that just rubbed me the wrong way; something that kept it from being exactly what I wanted. That said, CCS64 had always been my emulator of choice, because it got the closest to what I wanted. The Windows version of CCS64 has some significant... idiosyncrasies (more like bugs) however. What I ended up doing was using an admittedly rather convoluted method of setting up the DOS version of CCS64 (yes, it's that old) in DOSBox Daum which actually worked a lot better than you'd probably expect. I had custom joystick controls that allowed me to swap ports, swap disks, fast forward, have a dedicated button for up on the joystick (useful for platformers), and it had the massive boon of "Maximum 1541 Speed", an awesome auto-warp feature in CCS64. I was relatively satisfied with that collection, but knew that eventually I was going to have to expand it into a larger project. That's what I've been working on for the last 6 months. For the first month or two I continued to do the same thing I had done with the original collection but simply expanded the library. The further I got, however, the more some things started to creep through and bother me. There were a few things that I just could not remedy no matter what I did. Fairly frequent, inescapable vsync flaws were basically the final straw for me. After literally months of work and an insane amount of testing, I finally came to the conclusion that I just needed something else. It just wasn't where I wanted it to be. I was at about 600 games completed when I decided I was just going to have to burn it all down and rework the whole thing. feelsbadman.jpg I kindof went back to the drawing board at that point and decided to do a fresh sweep of a bunch of different emulators to see if anything would be satisfactory. I used Vice (both SDL and GTK3), Hoxs64, micro64, C64 Forever, Yace64, Frodo, and several versions of CCS64. CCS64 2.0B in DOSBox was still better than basically all of these options, which didn't exactly bode well. Finally I tried Vice in Retroarch. I love Retroarch and I've used it for years, but computer platforms isn't exactly something that it typically handles all that well, as that tends to introduce a lot of additional complications - it's just not all that conducive of an environment for it. After a fair bit of fiddling, however, I could see that there was real potential there. Something that Retroarch excels at is giving you the ability to custom-tailor your settings for individual games, which is really essential for this project. Fast forward a couple weeks and I had something working really well that was actually shaping up to be what I wanted. Breaking down the features of my prior setup and the new one, it's a pretty clear choice. The Games At this point, you're probably saying "Well that's great and all... but what about the games? What's in it and why should I care?" Something you have to understand about the C64 is that its library is absolutely massive. There are literally around 30,000 C64 games. To put it into perspective, if you took the entire libraries of NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Dreamcast, Playstation, and Playstation 2, combined all the games together and then multiplied them three times it still would be less games. Think you have a hard time deciding which Playstation game to play? Try diving into the C64 library some time. It's insane. My goal with this project is to bring some semblance of order to all that chaos, while providing a play experience that's as simple, streamlined, and pain-free as possible. Gamebase64 is a collection of essentially every known C64 game. It's one release per game (often times several different cracking groups would release their own version of any given game, in some cases with 10+ groups releasing their own version of the same game), although it does include alternate regional/language versions as well. The end result is about 27,000 games in the library. It's an incredible accomplishment and an awesome resource, but it presents an obvious problem - where do you even begin with all that? For every Last Ninja or Bruce Lee there are at least 10 games that look like this. This presents a ton of noise to have to filter out. Sure, you could find a top 50 or top 100 list of "greatest C64 games of all time" or some such and call it close (even though you honestly can't even begin to scratch the surface with that few games), but I wanted to do a genuinely deep dive. It's a platform I've loved since I was a kid, and one that I want to help more people experience, including lesser known games; the C64 is packed with hidden gems that have never had the honor of finding their way into some paltry little best of list. When I was a kid, I had the benefit of having literally boxes and boxes full of generic hand-written label C64 disks (clearly entirely legit) that I would just pore over like an absolute treasure trove, and I found all kinds of neat and weird stuff. I guess it's all come full-circle. So how am I going about the selection process? Well, I'm literally going through the alphabetical screenshot folders in the Gamebase64 collection by hand and picking out anything that looks interesting. There are over forty two thousand images in there... I'm currently making my way through "K". To put into perspective the amount of filtering I'm doing, there are 9227 images between # and C, and I have 661 games in the collection within that range. Once I find a game that looks interesting, I don't actually pull out the Gamebase64 version (not typically anyway). I source most of the games from csdb.dk because I like to individually pick and choose which group to use (and sometimes there are newer/better versions than what's on Gamebase64, like an Easyflash version) - I sortof have a mental flow chart of group priority, which is something like Remember > Hokuto Force > Nostalgia > Genesis Project > Excess > Onslaught > Triad > Laxity > Fantastic 4 Cracking Group > Derbyshire Ram > Pugsy > Lurid & Tricycle > Hotline > Ikari > whatever else. Then I set the game up and test it. In some cases there might be some issue with a particular version of a game, like it might not work with True Drive off whereas a different version would (with True Drive enabled, it emulates the original drive read speeds, which is required for some games to work, but results in significantly longer load times), so then I'll try a different version and see if I can get around that. Only 6.72% of the games currently in the collection have True Drive enabled, which means speedy load times for the vast majority of them, and in the cases that True Drive is required, auto-loading savestates and/or auto-warp are often used. In some cases I've gone through 10 different versions of the same game to find the one I want. I also set each game up to use the correct joystick port (which varies from game to game) so you don't have to guess every time you load up a game whether or not you'll need to switch it - it's done for you already. In some cases I'll add in my own custom joystick controls like with Spellbound Dizzy, a game that's ordinarily keyboard input only. I've also mapped a number of handy functions to the controller, but more on that later. Outside of scouring through Gamebase screenshots, I also try to keep up with new releases and updated versions on csdb.dk and add/update games from that on a regular basis. I check latest releases on csdb.dk several times a week. I'm currently at 3000 games complete and, as I said, I have a long way to go. This is something that I will be continually working on for, very likely, several years. However, I thought this would be a good point to put out a sortof "alpha" release to get it out there for people to play around with, see what they think, and give me some feedback. The full list of all currently available games, along with game-specific notes can be found here: >>>C64 Dreams Game Details Spreadsheet<<< Usage The collection can be imported into existing Launchbox libraries, but this requires a bit of additional work. I'll be providing some instructions on how to do this and will streamline a separate import-only version in the future, but the current version is just a standalone LB package. You can copy your existing license file, if you have one, into the folder and it'll function just like your normal version of LB. It's functional without that though. If you're really set on importing it into your existing library as-is, we can walk through how to do that. I've tried to incorporate as many useful functions into the controls as possible. These will take care of the most common situations, but it should be noted that a keyboard is still recommended because you'll need access to things like the F# keys on occasion as well as other specific things in one-off cases. I do include a virtual keyboard key though if you're adamantly opposed to it. You can get by pretty well with the standard control mappings. While the virtual keyboard works in a pinch, you probably aren't going to want to use that for any text adventures (of which there are a few in here) Disk swapping works using .m3us and, as such, functions just like any other platform in Retroarch that has .m3u support, like Beetle PSX. If you want to swap from disk 1 to 2, you would use Eject/Insert Disk > Next Disk > Eject/Insert Disk. In this case that means you simply press (on a 360/XB1 controller) Back+RB > Back+Y > Back+RB and then you just keep on truckin'. Many games have cracktros and trainers (cheats) before the game starts. Ordinarily you'll press space (or B on the controller) to bypass these. You'll often press N or Y to indicate yes or no on a trainer screen, and this can be accomplished with the left and right joystick buttons. Some games have doc screens (explanation of a game's story, controls, etc.) and will say to press "Runstop" in order to proceed - this is mapped to the start button. The C64 only had one fire button on the joystick, so it was somewhat common practice in platformers to use up on the joystick to jump - this will most likely feel pretty awkward for new players, so I've added an additional mapping to send an up input on the X button - giving you a dedicated jump button. If you need a reminder of the mappings, you can press Back+Start to display the above screen in-game, then press it again to go back to the game. The keyboard can be used for joystick input as well. 8456 on the numpad = Up, Left, Down, Right Left Alt = Fire Left Ctrl = C= Key ESC = Runstop Numpad asterisk = swap joystick ports Numpad minus is the combo key Numpad minus + Numpad 0 = Eject/Insert Disk Numpad minus + Numpad 9 = Next Disk Numpad minus + Numpad 8 = Previous Disk Numpad minus + Space = Fast Forward (can also hold down PgDwn to activate warp mode) Numpad minus + Numpad plus = toggle controls/notes display Numpad minus + Numpad return = toggle manual Numpad minus + ESC = Quit Numpad minus + F2 = Save State Numpad minus + F4 = Load State Numpad minus + F7 = Next State Numpad minus + F6 = Previous State Numpad minus + Up arrow = show info on current custom music track Numpad minus + Down arrow = show info on current custom music track Numpad minus + Right arrow = play next custom track (if in playlist) Numpad minus + Left arrow = play previous custom track (if in playlist) While not exactly a primary feature, it's probably worth noting here that this collection does not in any way require Launchbox or any front-end for that matter in order to function. Launchbox is and will continue to be my front-end of choice, so it's what it will be packaged with, and what I use it with personally, but this collection is setup in such a way that it can function independently of the front-end, because it's all setup with .bats. Each game, each demoscene demo, etc. has its own .bat in their folders, these .bats are setup with relative paths so all you have to do is start the .bat and it does everything else for you. As far as the front-end is concerned, these are just like starting a PC game - no emulator is specified in LB, as the .bats already take care of starting programs, directing files, etc. So if you want to use something else, go for it. It should be noted that you will actually want to use the .vbs files in each folder, not the .bats themselves - the .vbs files are visual basic scripts that run the .bat for the game but hide the command prompt window. The Collection The thought occurred to me while I was working on this that I could expand it beyond just games, and incorporate Demoscene demos, SID music, diskmags, and even C64 magazines into the collection as well. One C64 collection to rule them all, as it were. I really liked the idea of doing this because the C64 scene is still huge, and very much alive and kicking, and there's a ton of great stuff out there outside of the games themselves. This aspect of the collection is still very much in its infancy, but there's some interesting stuff here for you to check out. There are currently 70 demoscene demos, 140 SID tracks, 30 diskmags, and 160 magazines available. The SID tracks are setup both with the disk version (default launch) as well as standalone .sid files with a built-in player (accessible via the right-click menu). The library is broken into Games, Demoscene, SID, Diskmags, and Magazines, some of which are further broken out into specific playlists. There are separate playlists for Commodore Force, Commodore Format, and Zzap!64 in Magazines, for example. Games has playlists of favorites, Best Of Vol. 1 (this is the 128 games featured in the original release of C64 Dreams), and Best Of Vol. 2 (this is a new set of 128 games). I'll be creating more Best Of playlists as I continue to expand the library. The Tools A number of additional tools were needed to bring all this together, so I wanted to take a bit of time to go over those. AutoHotkey: This one's kindof a given. It's used to accomplish many different things in the project, from starting different Antimicro profiles, to handling the manual swapper, to piping in custom music playlists. Most of the scripts used have been converted to .exes (via Ahk2Exe) so that you do not need AHK installed on your computer for this to work, but if you want to know what's in the scripts specifically, they're available for your perusal in the C64 Dreams > C64 Dreams > Utilities > AHK Script Compiler > Completed folder. Antimicro: This is an open-source joystick mapper, similar to something like Xpadder. I use this to map the arrow keys to the right stick for all games as well as pipe in custom controls in one-off cases. ASuite: This is the program I use to make the configurator tool. CDisplay Ex: This is a great comic book viewer that, in this case, I'm using to display the and manuals. SumatraPDF: This is another great comic book / PDF viewer that I'm using to display the magazines. It's essential for jumping to the specific Zzap!64 reviews because it's one of the few readers out there that let you specify a starting page via command-line. Theoretically it may replace CDisplay Ex eventually for manual viewing but CDisplay does a better job of determining when to combine and when to separate pages based on their dimensions (which isn't really important for the magazines but is for manuals) so for the time being both are used for different purposes. CudaText: This is a lightweight, portable text editor that I include to quickly alter the default config. FastStone Image Viewer: This is a lightweight, portable image viewer. I use it to display the commercial game message, which is actually just an animated .gif. sidplayfp: This is a highly accurate SID music player that runs directly from Windows command-line. It's used to pipe in custom music for text adventures when they're in .sid format, as well as to play the standalone .sid files in the SID platform. mpg123: This is an mp3 player that runs directly from Windows command-line. It's used to pipe in custom music for text adventures when they're in .mp3 format. Mpxplay: This is another mp3 player that runs directly from Windows command-line that's used for the background music in the local magazines. It's a little nicer and more feature-rich than mpg123 and will likely end up replacing instances where mpg123 are used in the future Palemoon: This is a portable web browser that's used to display the interactive codewheels. SoundVolumeView: This is a tiny little program that's part of the NirSoft suite. It's used to fade Retroarch audio out and in when swapping to and from manuals. FART (Find And Replace Text): A tiny but highly useful tool for quickly making text replacements via command-line. This is used when swapping around some settings via the configurator. Known Issues If you're using Windows 10 and are using 1080p but most of the screen is cropped off, you may need to adjust your "high DPI settings". Go to the C64 Dreams\C64 Dreams\Retroarch folder, right-click on Retroarch.exe and select "change high DPI settings", select the checkmark "override high DPI scaling behavior performed by" and select "application". Thanks to @MacGuyver for bringing this to my attention and sorting it out. Controllers It should probably be noted here that this is really intended to be used with a 360 or XB1 controller or close equivalent. I recently picked up an 8bitdo Pro 2 and it works perfectly as well. Other controllers may work, but I can't guarantee it. 360 and XB1 are what's used for testing purposes. If you're on Windows 7 and are using an XB1 controller, I would recommend using the wireless dongle rather than BT as BT controllers aren't treated as xinput in 7 (which causes issues for Antimicro). There are custom drivers to force Windows to treat BT controllers as xinput but I haven't used them myself so I can't personally attest to how well/if that would work. Commercial Games There are a number of modern C64 games in the collection (as I said, the C64 scene is still very much alive), and a few of these are still commercially available - 30 of them, to be exact. Because of this, the roms for these games are not included in this collection. The game details spreadsheet has links to where these can be purchased where relevant. Then you simply drop the .d64 file into the relevant folder, name it "Disk1.d64", then start the "Install Real Config.bat" in the folder and you'll be good to go. Until you do this, when you start those games, you'll just see the following message: As I said though, this only accounts for 30 games in the entire collection. The specific games in question are as follows: Age of Heroes, The Argus Aviator Arcade II Darkness Eye of the Gods Galencia Guns 'n' Ghosts Isle of the Cursed Prophet It's Magic 2 Knight 'n' Grail L'Abbaye des Morts Lord of Dragonspire, The Mars Metal Dust Moonspire My Life Organism Pains 'n' Aches Planet Golf Planet X2 Platman Worlds Rocky Memphis Legend of Atlantis Run Demon Run Sam's Journey Shadow Over Hawksmill Sizzler Sky is Falling, The Space Trip 2086 Steel Ranger Sydney Hunter Software Dependencies While Launchbox itself is portable, it has a few dependencies which are normally installed with a proper install (which isn't taking place here). Most people will have these installed already but you may not, in which case you'll need to install them before Launchbox will work. Visual C++ 2015 and .NET Core 3.1 are typically the only ones that you might not have installed already. You can grab the redistributables for them here and here respectively. You may also need ".NET Desktop Runtime 3.1.##" found on the middle/right side of the downloads here. x64 should always be used where prompted. Future Plans At this point I just need to keep moving forward picking out and adding more games. That's priority number one. More music, demos, and magazines will be added as well, but that's of secondary importance. 12% of the games don't have covers, and I'm using a screenshot in lieu of one - I've been in the process of coming up with some form of generic cover that I can slot game-specific stuff into to address these, but it's not done yet. I actually really like @Lassiveran's cover project and use those wherever available. That doesn't cover everything in here though. While I'd certainly be thrilled if he were able to take care of the missing ones, I know that's a lot to ask, so I'm not expecting that, which is why I've been trying to come up with something on my own. That's basically priority number three. Beyond that, I'm also creating video snaps for all of these. That's at the absolute bottom of the pile though and will have to remain on the backburner for a while as it's just not as important as the other stuff. This is basically where I'm at content-wise, which I realize makes it looks like there's nothing here, but it's just that there's still a long way to go from what is already a lot of stuff. So that's pretty much it! I'm looking forward to having some more people test it out, provide some feedback, and let me know if there are any issues that I need to get sorted out. Have fun! Download C64 Dreams V0.45: Archive.org Direct Download Archive.org Torrent Mediafire Download the local magazine module (optional but recommended!): Archive.org Direct Download Mediafire Oh, and there are a number of people that I've either spoken to previously about this project directly or that I just know have an existing interest in C64 emulation that I thought I should shoutout here in hopes to get as many potentially interested eyeballs on this as possible @CriticalCid @Belgarath @ALIE @dragon57 @bundangdon @vaderag @djsim101 @orac31 @Zeaede @InfinityFox @C64Crazy @alnyden @zorkiii @mothergoose729
  5. Angry Birds Collection Clear Logo View File A clear logo for collection playlists featuring games from the Angry Birds series. The dimensions and style are based off the ones done by ROD3Z: Angry Birds © Rovio Entertainment Corporation. I do not own the rights to any franchises represented in this file. Submitter Gabe2006 Submitted 12/25/2022 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
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    A clear logo for collection playlists featuring games from the Angry Birds series. The dimensions and style are based off the ones done by ROD3Z: Angry Birds © Rovio Entertainment Corporation. I do not own the rights to any franchises represented in this file.
  7. Version 1.1.1

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    I've been creating these simple but fun videos to go with each collection I create using the Unified Refried 2.0 collections. They can be used for any collection but go great with the built-in ones in Unified Refried 2.0. Also included videos for collections for All Time Top 100, All Time Top 100 Indie Games, Top 100 DOS, and the Video Game Hall of Fame. Will keep adding new ones as I make them. Special Platform Videos: MSU MD+ Nintendo HD Nintendo 64 HD Collection Playlists: Ace Attorney Alex Kidd Animal Crossing Batman Bonk Borderlands Castlevania Contra Crash Bandicoot Donkey Kong Doom Double Dragon Duke Nukem Earthworm Jim Elder Scrolls F-Zero Fallout Final Fantasy Golden Axe GTA Half Life Indiana Jones John Madden Killer Instinct King's Quest Kirby Legacy of Kain Legend of Zelda Lego Light Gun Mario Mario Party Mega Man Metal Gear Metroid Monkey Island Mortal Kombat Ninja Gaiden Pac-Man Phantasy Star Primal Rage Prince of Persia Quake Rayman Resident Evil Saints Row Silent Hill Sonic Soul Calibur Spyro Starfox Streets of Rage Tekken Tomb Raider Twisted Metal Ultima Virtua Fighter Wonder Boy Wolfenstein WWF Y's Yoshi Zork Special Playlists: Greatest of All Time Recently Played Top 100 All Time Top 100 DOS Games Top 100 Indie Games Video Game Hall of Fame
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    Here is Pack #3 my Realistic Arcade Bezel Collection featuring the Mega Bezel Reflective Shader for #Retroarch. Big thanks to HSM for suggesting to me that I use it with my realistic arcade bezels. He was right they work well together. You can now finally download this third collection.
  9. Big Box Collection Playlist Videos View File I've been creating these simple but fun videos to go with each collection I create using the Unified Refried 2.0 collections. They can be used for any collection but go great with the built-in ones in Unified Refried 2.0. Also included videos for collections for All Time Top 100, All Time Top 100 Indie Games, Top 100 DOS, and the Video Game Hall of Fame. Will keep adding new ones as I make them. Special Platform Videos: MSU MD+ Nintendo HD Nintendo 64 HD Collection Playlists: Alex Kidd Animal Crossing Batman Bonk Borderlands Castlevania Contra Crash Bandicoot Donkey Kong Doom Double Dragon Duke Nukem Earthworm Jim Elder Scrolls F-Zero Fallout Final Fantasy Golden Axe GTA Half Life Indiana Jones Killer Instinct King's Quest Kirby Legacy of Kain Legend of Zelda Lego Light Gun Mario Mario Party Mega Man Metal Gear Metroid Monkey Island Mortal Kombat Ninja Gaiden Pac-Man Phantasy Star Primal Rage Prince of Persia Quake Rayman Resident Evil Saints Row Silent Hill Sonic Soul Calibur Spyro Streets of Rage Tekken Tomb Raider Twisted Metal Ultima Virtua Fighter Wonder Boy Wolfenstein WWF Y's Yoshi Zork Special Playlists: Greatest of All Time Recently Played Top 100 All Time Top 100 DOS Games Top 100 Indie Games Video Game Hall of Fame Submitter Daytona24 Submitted 08/05/2022 Category Playlist Theme Videos  
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    Here is a set of ,currently, 270 Collection videos to be used with playlists. This coincides with all of the media released in the @CriticalCid theme "Unified". I have decided to upload them here,because Jason is a busy man,and I understand how much work it could be to enter this many videos in manually. I do plan on releasing more in the future,with an estimated goal of around 500-600 total playlist videos,as well as all of the artwork for the Unified theme that's needed. I do not have an estimated time-frame as to the release of more,I just know that's the plan. While I never expect anyone to actually have 600 playlists in their BigBox setup,I do believe that variety is the spice of life,and this will give plenty of options for personalizing your lists.Enjoy! Here was the release video I made for the initial 70 Collection videos : And here was the preview video of the 200 videos that followed : You can also find the Genre videos here : And the Favorites videos here: And the Developer Video set here...
  11. Mcfly 5-2-22 View File Time for my 6-monthly update. This is my DATA folder, without the licence file. Current games number is 589042 with 536 Platforms and 414 Playlists. I'm still going... No video or anything, I just don't have the time. Comments? Submitter Mcfly. Submitted 05/02/2022 Category Playlists  
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    Time for my 6-monthly update. This is my DATA folder, without the licence file. Current games number is 589042 with 536 Platforms and 414 Playlists. I'm still going... No video or anything, I just don't have the time. Comments?
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    Experience the evolution of Castlevania! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Intended use: Create a playlist named 'The Legend of Castlevania' Add every game in your collection that features Castlevania, Simon Belmont, etc. Sort the games on the list as “Release Date Year” Enjoy the legend, from oldest to newest game in your collection. See where your heroes have been throughout the years, and how they’ve evolved. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ This is part of the “Legend of” playlist-series. Use auto-populate to fill your list. Or challenge yourself by adding the games where the heroes are NOT featured in the title. Examples? Mario is the referees in ‘Tennis’ and ‘Punch-out!!’ on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Mario is a playable character in ‘SSX on Tour’ and ‘NBA Street V3’ on GameCube. Link is a playable character in ‘SoulCalibur II’ on GameCube. Donkey Kong is a playable character in series like ‘Mario Kart’ and ‘Smash Bros’. Street Fighter characters are not only featured in games titled ‘Street Fighter’. Don’t forget ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom’ or ‘Super Puzzle Fighter II’. Should a Jumpman game be considered a Super Mario game…? Etc. You decide how including your ‘Legend’ should be. Please leave a comment with suggestions and ideas for games that other LaunchBox users may have forgotten or haven't considered. Let’s help each other to remember, for the ultimate ‘Legend of’ collection. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ In total 'The Legend of' series will include video, clear logo and banner for these legendary game series: Super Mario Donkey Kong Kirby Mega Man Sonic The Hedgehog Street Fighter Castlevania Banner: Clear Logo:
  14. Version 1.0.0

    130 downloads

    Experience the evolution of Sonic The Hedgehog! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Intended use: Create a playlist named 'The Legend of Sonic The Hedgehog' Add every game in your collection that features Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and all their freinds. Sort the games on the list as “Release Date Year” Enjoy the legend, from oldest to newest game in your collection. See where your heroes have been throughout the years, and how they’ve evolved. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ This is part of the “Legend of” playlist-series. Use auto-populate to fill your list. Or challenge yourself by adding the games where the heroes are NOT featured in the title. Examples? Mario is the referees in ‘Tennis’ and ‘Punch-out!!’ on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Mario is a playable character in ‘SSX on Tour’ and ‘NBA Street V3’ on GameCube. Link is a playable character in ‘SoulCalibur II’ on GameCube. Donkey Kong is a playable character in series like ‘Mario Kart’ and ‘Smash Bros’. Street Fighter characters are not only featured in games titled ‘Street Fighter’. Don’t forget ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom’ or ‘Super Puzzle Fighter II’. Should a Jumpman game be considered a Super Mario game…? Etc. You decide how including your ‘Legend’ should be. Please leave a comment with suggestions and ideas for games that other LaunchBox users may have forgotten or haven't considered. Let’s help each other to remember, for the ultimate ‘Legend of’ collection. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ In total 'The Legend of' series will include video, clear logo and banner for these legendary game series: Super Mario Donkey Kong Kirby Mega Man Sonic The Hedgehog Street Fighter Castlevania Banner: Clear Logo:
  15. Version 1.0.0

    2,528 downloads

    My Collection of Unified Genres Video Themes, i made these a while back, just took the time to upload it. Enjoy.
  16. Version 1.0.0

    612 downloads

    I have a LOT of HD video snaps from a TON of consoles and handhelds, most being up-scaled and running in 60fps patches. I'll have more video snaps for other consoles, but for now, enjoy these. Don't worry if there's a game missing, I'll gladly update these over time. Feel free to make requests if you'd like anything specific. Not all of these are ideal in terms of playing them in their normal audio though. For example, a small handful of these are cut into montages of the best gameplay moments so the game appears a bit less slow or banal. For my setup personally, I mute the video audio and just let music play in the background when browsing through them in BigBox. If you don't mind a few short clips cut together, then you'll be fine. If you would like to support my gaming channel, I'll have it linked below: Gaming Account: UsagiShade https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ZPKXuk1CVQHFq_KB_tQCA Here are some examples as well as the list of games included, some of these showcase the montage-type edits that I mentioned. Phantasy Star Portable 2.mp4 Metal Gear Solid_ Peace Walker.mp4 Sega Rally Revo.mp4 Sonic Rivals.mp4 Where Is My Heart_.mp4 LocoRoco Midnight Carnival.mp4 PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe.mp4 OutRun 2006_ Coast 2 Coast.mp4 iShade PSP Video Snap List.txt Some of these were used in one of my Top 10s featuring Japanese games for the PSP, in case you're interested.
  17. Unified Genres Video Themes View File My Collection of Unified Genres Video Themes, i made these a while back, just took the time to upload it. Enjoy. Submitter MrHArias Submitted 03/01/2021 Category Platform Theme Videos
  18. Version 1.0.0

    59 downloads

    This is a super amateur after effects job so please let me know where I can improve. I felt that there were a lot of series missing videos for the playlist on big box so I thought id try something out. I plan on doing more so please leave suggestions for what series you want next. Mario 1-1.mp4
  19. Super Mario Bros. 2D Collection V1 View File This is a super amateur after effects job so please let me know where I can improve. I felt that there were a lot of series missing videos for the playlist on big box so I thought id try something out. I plan on doing more so please leave suggestions for what series you want next. Mario 1-1.mp4 Submitter Ferndoo Submitted 10/09/2020 Category Playlist Theme Videos
  20. Mario Kart Collection Theme Video View File a little video of mario kart games Submitter ivan.cavazos Submitted 09/12/2020 Category Game Theme Videos  
  21. Version 1.0.7

    2,640 downloads

    This is collection of 30 themes for all The Legend of Zelda games including logo and .xml file Currently there is 23 themes available to download and i will be added more soon Here is a little preview Playlist Main Theme: Game Themes: Playlist Logo: XML File: The Legend of Zelda Collection.xml Enjoy
  22. iShade's PSP HD Video Snap Collection View File I have a LOT of HD video snaps from a TON of consoles and handhelds, most being up-scaled and running in 60fps patches. I'll have more video snaps for other consoles, but for now, enjoy these. Don't worry if there's a game missing, I'll gladly update these over time. Feel free to make requests if you'd like anything specific. Not all of these are ideal in terms of playing them in their normal audio though. For example, a small handful of these are cut into montages of the best gameplay moments so the game appears a bit less slow or banal. For my setup personally, I mute the video audio and just let music play in the background when browsing through them in BigBox. If you don't mind a few short clips cut together, then you'll be fine. If you would like to support my gaming channel, I'll have it linked below: Gaming Account: UsagiShade https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ZPKXuk1CVQHFq_KB_tQCA Here are some examples as well as the list of games included, some of these showcase the montage-type edits that I mentioned. Phantasy Star Portable 2.mp4 Metal Gear Solid_ Peace Walker.mp4 Sega Rally Revo.mp4 Sonic Rivals.mp4 Where Is My Heart_.mp4 LocoRoco Midnight Carnival.mp4 PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe.mp4 OutRun 2006_ Coast 2 Coast.mp4 iShade PSP Video Snap List.txt Some of these were used in one of my Top 10s featuring Japanese games for the PSP, in case you're interested. Submitter iShade Submitted 02/25/2020 Category Game Media Packs
  23. Version 1.0.3

    478 downloads

    This is made for theme i am working on, but will also work for any BB theme that uses same/similar layout , video on left like Retrotastic by @faeran Work in progress... Just copy files to your desired theme. It uses same folder format as Retrostatic Images/Game/Background Images/Platform/Background Platform collections themes done so far 97 files: And few game themes: Metal Gear for PC and Doom Troopers More to come as i get more time. Have fun!
  24. Background for Collections - Playlists View File This is made for theme i am working on, but will also work for any BB theme that uses same/similar layout , video on left like Retrotastic by @faeran Work in progress... Just copy files to your desired theme. It uses same folder format as Retrostatic Images/Game/Background Images/Platform/Background Platform collections themes done so far 97 files: And few game themes: Metal Gear for PC and Doom Troopers More to come as i get more time. Have fun! Submitter Undertherainbow Submitted 09/27/2019 Category Platform Backgrounds
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