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  1. Version 2.0.0

    250 downloads

    Back to share the complimentary set of PS2 high res disc art that goes hand-in-hand with my 2.5D box art! To my knowledge there is not a complete set of PS2 NTSC disc art out there so I am here to share mine! This set yet again like the majority of my sets includes high resolution and uniformity. This set was complied from a very nice full high res scan set. This set will be part of a uniform series with more platforms to come that use the same exact DVD style template along with same size dimensions and high resolution artwork. This set like all of my sets includes a uniform "Playstation 2" banner when scrolling through your games for nice uniformity. This is all 1,790 released NTSC PS2 games following the no-intro naming scheme. When dropping these in your Launchbox build there may be a few boxes that do not autoload due to the name differences between how Launchbox scrapes the games and what no-intro names them. Therefore you may have to manually update a few images to your liking or use an alternate name within Launchbox itself. Also contained within this set are two sub folders. One folder contains 14 discs that received special edition releases and the other folder contains all the games that had a second disc (not including many of the bonus sound track or dvd movies). This should cover anything but as always if anyone notices any errors please let me know. Enjoy! You may also download my matching PS2 box fronts here.
  2. SNES MSU-1 Disc Media View File These Disc's are intended to be used along with my Box set for the SNES MSU-1 Roms, and used in CtriticalCid's Unified Launchbox Theme. While i have tried to stick to game themes/Flyers, this is not always possible with some of the older titles, so i had to use so artistic licence for some, and also had a bit of fun with a couple. All images used were found on google, so i take no credit for any of the amazing work that went into some of these pieces. Removed Mega Link, These are now posted to the forums on each new addition. Unified Theme https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/1080-unified/ They are named as the roms are in my system, so you will have to add each one individually. I tried to make a Disc for every version of each rom, undoubtedly i may have missed a few, i will try to add these at a later date. Moving forward i will keep the Media for both 3D Boxes and Disc's updated for each new MSU-1 that becomes available. Big Thanks go out to RetroHumanoid who helped me yet again with some of the finer details in this set. Also to CriticalCid for his outstanding Unified Theme And ColPipes for being MAD! And Lordmonkus for his art ninja skills., he taught me well. Submitter MadK9 Submitted 04/22/2018 Category Game Media Packs  
  3. ABeezy's Sony Playstation 2 Disc Fronts View File Back to share the complimentary set of PS2 high res disc art that goes hand-in-hand with my 2.5D box art! To my knowledge there is not a complete set of PS2 NTSC disc art out there so I am here to share mine! This set yet again like the majority of my sets includes high resolution and uniformity. This set was complied from a very nice full high res scan set. This set will be part of a uniform series with more platforms to come that use the same exact DVD style template along with same size dimensions and high resolution artwork. This set like all of my sets includes a uniform "Playstation 2" banner when scrolling through your games for nice uniformity. This is all 1,790 released NTSC PS2 games following the no-intro naming scheme. When dropping these in your Launchbox build there may be a few boxes that do not autoload due to the name differences between how Launchbox scrapes the games and what no-intro names them. Therefore you may have to manually update a few images to your liking or use an alternate name within Launchbox itself. Also contained within this set are two sub folders. One folder contains 14 discs that received special edition releases and the other folder contains all the games that had a second disc (not including many of the bonus sound track or dvd movies). This should cover anything but as always if anyone notices any errors please let me know. Enjoy! Submitter ABeezy13 Submitted 11/03/2021 Category Game Cart Images  
  4. I made these custom OMORI boxart and disc, but how can I contribute them to Launchbox for all users to download? I also have a bunch of fanart (not mine) to contribute as backgrounds too, since OMORI has no images at all in Launchbox. My designs made using official artworks: Official art by OMOCAT: *framed by me* Fanart: By Mai8310 on Reddit (framed by me). By @sun_hiyon on Twitter Logos: Screenshots:
  5. Version 2.0

    215 downloads

    This is a collection 118 Sega Mega CD Discs for the Japan Region. The naming convention is ReDump. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES COVERED: 3D Boxes can be downloaded here:
  6. Version 1.0.0

    294 downloads

    Alright guys, I was sick of the the low-res blurry images we had for Nintendo Wii Discs. So I set out to make a bunch of Hi-res nice one, this bundle includes a lot of bonus discs etc. Not all the names are correct so check the files for which discs you need, I did try my best ? I'll aimed to make a full Wii disc set but I burnt myself out doing it, so I'll carry with the other discs soon enough. If you desperately want a disc making post a comment. Hopefully you guys can enjoy these, I have some 3D Wii Boxes coming soon also. Credit @Raindupon for the template, much appreciated. I just removed the PS2 Logo layer haha. Thanks MobyGames and eBay for the images of the discs. Whats included:
  7. [SG's] Nintendo Wii - Discs (Hi-RES)(500+ Images) View File Alright guys, I was sick of the the low-res blurry images we had for Nintendo Wii Discs. So I set out to make a bunch of Hi-res nice one, this bundle includes a lot of bonus discs etc. Not all the names are correct so check the files for which discs you need, I did try my best ? I'll aimed to make a full Wii disc set but I burnt myself out doing it, so I'll carry with the other discs soon enough. If you desperately want a disc making post a comment. Hopefully you guys can enjoy these, I have some 3D Wii Boxes coming soon also. Credit @Raindupon for the template, much appreciated. I just removed the PS2 Logo layer haha. Thanks MobyGames and eBay for the images of the discs. Whats included: Submitter SomeGeezer Submitted 03/09/2020 Category Game Media Packs
  8. Version 1.0.0

    194 downloads

    This is a collection of discs with labels downloaded from Steam Game Covers. Please check the games list below as there are many different versions for almost every game. I split labels up by ESRB and PEGI ratings. Most labels have variants of both. To anyone who finds this set useful enjoy! Big thanks go out to the Steam Game Covers community! The quality of the work on that site is second to none! 3D GAME BOXES FOR STEAM CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  9. Version 1.2

    266 downloads

    The idea behind this project was to make as many DVD-ROM Discs as I could find for PC games, a sort of "Last of the Physical DVD Games" it could be called. Most discs were downloaded from Moby Games, however not all DVD-Rom games listed on the site (3200) had DVD-ROM's in English. They would however have CD-Roms in English as an alternative so some CD-ROMS were added to the collection for the sake of having English version Discs. Also some Collections such as the "Hitman Collection" had CD-ROM's and DVD-Rom's in the collection. I have also added the odd fake label here and there for games such as "DreadOut" just to fill gaps in the collection. Bare in mind that the quality of the labels will not always be very high as Moby Games does not allow access to high quality scans but very low quality scans were rare and the quality is pretty good overall. Also worth noting is a lot of the more recent games have a good few discs which of course makes sense given the size of most recent games. Anyway, to anyone who finds this set useful ENJOY! Also if anyone has a disc image they would like made up just post the image I'll do what I can. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my patreon found here:https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES COVERED ATTACHED: GAME LIST.txt 3D Boxes for PC/Windows games can be downloaded here
  10. PC/Windows/Steam Games Disc Pack (1420) View File This is a collection of discs with labels downloaded from Steam Game Covers. Please check the games list below as there are many different versions for almost every game. I split labels up by ESRB and PEGI ratings. Most labels have variants of both. To anyone who finds this set useful enjoy! Big thanks go out to the Steam Game Covers community! The quality of the work on that site is second to none! 3D GAME BOXES FOR STEAM CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 08/05/2019 Category Game Cart Images
  11. PC/Windows Games Disc Pack (2883) View File The idea behind this project was to make as many DVD-ROM Discs as I could find for PC games, a sort of "Last of the Physical DVD Games" it could be called. Most discs were downloaded from Moby Games, however not all DVD-Rom games listed on the site (3200) had DVD-ROM's in English. They would however have CD-Roms in English as an alternative so some CD-ROMS were added to the collection for the sake of having English version Discs. Also some Collections such as the "Hitman Collection" had CD-ROM's and DVD-Rom's in the collection. I have also added the odd fake label here and there for games such as "DreadOut" just to fill gaps in the collection. Bare in mind that the quality of the labels will not always be very high as Moby Games does not allow access to high quality scans but very low quality scans were rare and the quality is pretty good overall. Also worth noting is a lot of the more recent games have a good few discs which of course makes sense given the size of most recent games. Anyway, to anyone who finds this set useful ENJOY! Also if anyone has a disc image they would like made up just post the image I'll do what I can. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my patreon found here:https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES COVERED ATTACHED: GAME LIST.txt 3D Boxes for PC/Windows games can be downloaded here Submitter Robin55 Submitted 07/24/2019 Category Game Cart Images  
  12. Version 1.2

    603 downloads

    This is a collection of 1094 Japanese Game Discs for the Sega Saturn. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone 3D Boxes can be downloaded here: 2D Covers can be downloaded here:
  13. Version 1.0.0

    166 downloads

    This is a ScummVM discs pack that goes along very nicely with Klopjero's 3D boxes REDUX set. Bear in mind that even though they have LaunchBox nomenclature for their naming, a lot of these files could not match the ones in your set, as ScummVM has different naming conventions. I am adding in here a clear disc (named #Base.png) for anybody to add any clear logos they want. Enjoy! Example: In action:
  14. ScummVM Backup Discs Pack View File This is a ScummVM discs pack that goes along very nicely with Klopjero's 3D boxes REDUX set. Bear in mind that even though they have LaunchBox nomenclature for their naming, a lot of these files could not match the ones in your set, as ScummVM has different naming conventions. I am adding in here a clear disc (named #Base.png) for anybody to add any clear logos they want. Enjoy! Example: In action: Submitter Kondorito Submitted 12/26/2018 Category Game Cart Images  
  15. Sega Mega CD Japan Disc Pack (118) View File This is a collection 118 Sega Mega CD Discs for the Japan Region. The naming convention is ReDump. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES COVERED: 3D Boxes can be downloaded here: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 11/23/2018 Category Game Cart Images
  16. Sega Saturn Japan Disc Pack (1094) View File This is a collection of 1094 Japanese Game Discs for the Sega Saturn. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone 3D Boxes can be downloaded here: 2D Covers can be downloaded here: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 09/08/2018 Category Game Cart Images  
  17. Version 3.0

    669 downloads

    These Disc's are intended to be used along with my Box set for the SNES MSU-1 Roms, and used in CtriticalCid's Unified Launchbox Theme. While i have tried to stick to game themes/Flyers, this is not always possible with some of the older titles, so i had to use so artistic licence for some, and also had a bit of fun with a couple. All images used were found on google, so i take no credit for any of the amazing work that went into some of these pieces. Removed Mega Link, These are now posted to the forums on each new addition. Unified Theme https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/1080-unified/ They are named as the roms are in my system, so you will have to add each one individually. I tried to make a Disc for every version of each rom, undoubtedly i may have missed a few, i will try to add these at a later date. Moving forward i will keep the Media for both 3D Boxes and Disc's updated for each new MSU-1 that becomes available. Big Thanks go out to RetroHumanoid who helped me yet again with some of the finer details in this set. Also to CriticalCid for his outstanding Unified Theme And ColPipes for being MAD! And Lordmonkus for his art ninja skills., he taught me well.
  18. How do I get multi disc games (such as Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy etc.) to work in RetroArch and how does this affect Launchbox?
  19. I enjoy this app immensely, but I recently encountered a problem. I have been running Warcraft 2 in DOSbox before I installed Launchbox and there was never any problems playing from the ISO. I had the mount macros input into the options file: mount c f:\Games\Emulation\DOSBox-0.74\Games\ mount e e:\ -t cdrom and DOSbox would always find the CD-image. Now, for some reason, Warcraft 2 can't seem to recognize the image anymore if I launch the game from Launchbox. However, if I go to my old DOSbox folder manually, it still works without any problems and the game plays off of the ISO just fine. If I launch the same game through Launchbox, the cd image is just not registered at all. Then I saw that there was a different, alternate DOSbox folder within the Launchbox folder itself, and I was thinking that maybe Launchbox was using that one instead, so I figured there was simply no mount macro in the options file for that one. But (a little strangely, since I never copied it myself) there actually was! The exact same commands were listed in that options file as well. So even if it was using that DOSbox location, it still should have worked. Any pointers?
  20. Sega Dreamcast Disc art View File This is a complete set of disc art for the Sega Dreamcast (US Games). It also includes art for several Japanese titles. I used PAL disc art for most of the discs, in my opinion the PAL art looks far better than the US art. I used high quality art to create most of these, but there are a few discs I couldn't find quality art for, so I did the best I could with what I had. I also included my template to create your own discs. There are a total of 300 disc images. including images for multi disc games. Enjoy Submitter OmenBoy Submitted 03/28/2017 Category Game Cart Images
  21. Disc-Cart PSDs.zip View File Submitting some photoshop files I've been using to unify, edit, correct, and clean up disc and cartridge art including several PS1, PS2, NES, Super Famicom, and GameCube images. These are useful templates and labels for recreating missing console media artwork. Submitter Bedwyr Submitted 03/23/2017 Category Game Cart Images  
  22. Version 1.0.0

    179 downloads

    Submitting some photoshop files I've been using to unify, edit, correct, and clean up disc and cartridge art including several PS1, PS2, NES, Super Famicom, and GameCube images. These are useful templates and labels for recreating missing console media artwork.
  23. I just submitted a few disc images I'd made in the past week or so and noticed that I'd failed to reduce size of the Disgaea disc to 300x300 as with the others. For my own database, I prefer the lower pixel count as Discs are rarely primary images (maybe someone will make a theme with them rotating all Kodi like). Is the smaller or larger image preferred? I can resubmit either. Unfortunately I don't have anything like access to a full PS2 library; just games that fit my tastes. I can also submit the multi-layered .psd file I'm working from as a resource. Would that be useful to you all?
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