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  1. I love the new feature that allows me to import my entire GOG library! (my question is mostly about GOG games, since I have A LOT more GOG games than Steam ones) Can I add only new games after my GOG library is already imported? I tried removing a game > GOG import .... and it downloads everything all over again! --- So like the Scan for added ROMs function, but for added games in my online GOG library. I have a feeling that I'm requesting a new feature. I'm going to sneak in (another?) feature request... I have a txt list of all my boxed PC games. I'd like to import that list in Launchbox.
  2. I love the idea of launching a game through GOG Galaxy in order to be able to use achievements and such. However, would it be possible to be able to launch only specific GOG games through Galaxy? A number of my GOG games (ie. Quest for Glory V) have no extra features available from GOG. Or another way to go about this would be how do I assign or remove a GOG badge from a game? I presume that by removing the badge LaunchBox would no longer attempt to use GOG Galaxy to launch the game.
  3. I love the idea of launching a game through GOG Galaxy in order to be able to use achievements and such. However, would it be possible to be able to launch only specific GOG games through Galaxy? A number of my GOG games (ie. Quest for Glory V) have no extra features available from GOG. Or another way to go about this would be how do I assign or remove a GOG badge from a game? I presume that by removing the badge LaunchBox would no longer attempt to use GOG Galaxy to launch the game.
  4. Version 1.0.0

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    Silver Ring Clear logs for PC games on various digital distribution platforms, goes well with my PC Game Boxart I have uploaded in the Game Covers download section. I've included the png templates in each of the individual downloads as well as a zip containing all in one shot. The list zip has text listings of what's included in each file. Steam and GoG are the primary platforms I use so the majority are under those banners.
  5. PC Game Silver Ring Clear Logos View File Silver Ring Clear logs for PC games on various digital distribution platforms, goes well with my PC Game Boxart I have uploaded in the Game Covers download section. I've included the png templates in each of the individual downloads as well as a zip containing all in one shot. The list zip has text listings of what's included in each file. Steam and GoG are the primary platforms I use so the majority are under those banners. Submitter JPGIII Submitted 03/30/2018 Category Game Clear Logos  
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    2D front cover boxes for PC games installed from various online distribution platforms. It was driving me crazy when scrolling through Bigbox and seeing box art of various size shapes and quality. So I went ahead and make uniform covers for all the PC games I currently have installed (plus a handful of extras). Hopefully they will be useful for others as well. I made all of these with my latest version of the PC Box Cover Maker photoshop file linked below (it also has additional artwork I'm not using here). The boxes all use the best cover art I could find. I tried to avoid when possible any additional labels on artwork such as "PC/DVD-rom" (the bane of my existence with these), ratings and restrictions. I also did everything I could to avoid non-uniform scaling of the images when positioning for cropping to keep them as good looking as possible. Each cover is setup with a banner representing the platform across the top and in a transparent "DVD case" as I found for my Bigbox setup that is what looked best. As this is a living room PC most of the artwork is for games that I have set up to be used with a controller so some genres such as strategy, adventure, management, and other mouse driven games is a bit lacking. Steam and GoG.com are the primary platforms I use so most of the files are in those formats (sorry Uplay). I've included a BoxLists.zip that includes a text list for each of the platforms so you can check that out before downloading any of the larger files to see if it would work for you. Current counts for each file are: Gog - 177 Origin - 25 Steam - 637 Uplay - 3 Xbox Play Anywhere - 16
  7. PC Online Platforms Game Box Covers View File 2D front cover boxes for PC games installed from various online distribution platforms. It was driving me crazy when scrolling through Bigbox and seeing box art of various size shapes and quality. So I went ahead and make uniform covers for all the PC games I currently have installed (plus a handful of extras). Hopefully they will be useful for others as well. I made all of these with my latest version of the PC Box Cover Maker photoshop file linked below (it also has additional artwork I'm not using here). The boxes all use the best cover art I could find. I tried to avoid when possible any additional labels on artwork such as "PC/DVD-rom" (the bane of my existence with these), ratings and restrictions. I also did everything I could to avoid non-uniform scaling of the images when positioning for cropping to keep them as good looking as possible. Each cover is setup with a banner representing the platform across the top and in a transparent "DVD case" as I found for my Bigbox setup that is what looked best. As this is a living room PC most of the artwork is for games that I have set up to be used with a controller so some genres such as strategy, adventure, management, and other mouse driven games is a bit lacking. Steam and GoG.com are the primary platforms I use so most of the files are in those formats (sorry Uplay). I've included a BoxLists.zip that includes a text list for each of the platforms so you can check that out before downloading any of the larger files to see if it would work for you. Current counts for each file are: Gog - 177 Origin - 25 Steam - 637 Uplay - 3 Xbox Play Anywhere - 16 Submitter JPGIII Submitted 03/30/2018 Category Game Box Art  
  8. Hi is there a way to scrape Windows games into different collections. I bassicaly want one for each Download service. So Steam, Gog, Origin, Blizzard and so on.
  9. I personally like to download all of my GOG stuff, And I keep it all in a folder. Would it be possible for a future update of launch box be able to scan this type of folder with the Exes and make list? I know if they aren't installed and the game was launch it would start the installer. But I would still like to have all my Gog stuff listed in some way. Thank you and sorry if I am going about this wrong. Also if someone knows of a program that does that isn't Gog galaxy i would be extremely grateful.
  10. GOG just started their 2017 Summer Sale. I posted these over on Discord but here are a "few" of my personal recommendations from the sale. Everything on here I've played extensively, most of which I've beaten. Major favorites are marked in red. Cheap stuff ($5 or less): Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura: $1.19 - https://www.gog.com/game/arcanum_of_steamworks_and_magick_obscura Armed and Dangerous: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/armed_and_dangerous Betrayal at Krondor: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/betrayal_at_krondor Blood: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/one_unit_whole_blood Bioforge: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/bioforge Beyond Good & Evil: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/beyond_good_and_evil Braid: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/braid Clive Barker's Undying: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/clive_barkers_undying Darksiders: $3.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/darksiders_warmastered_edition Dead Space: $3.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/dead_space The Dig: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/the_dig Divine Divinity: $0.89 - https://www.gog.com/game/divine_divinity Divinity 2: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/divinity_2_developers_cut Dungeon Keeper 2: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/dungeon_keeper_2 Gothic: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/gothic Gothic 2: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/gothic_2_gold_edition Grim Fandango: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/grim_fandango_remastered Haegemonia: $1.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/haegemonia_gold_edition Hotline Miami: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/hotline_miami I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream: $1.19 - https://www.gog.com/game/i_have_no_mouth_and_i_must_scream Icewind Dale 2: $3.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/icewind_dale_2 Imperium Galactica II: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/imperium_galactica_ii_alliances Independence War 2: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/independence_war_2 Lands of Lore 1-2: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/lands_of_lore_1_2 The Longest Journey: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/the_longest_journey Machinarium: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/machinarium_collectors_edition Nox: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/nox Oxenfree: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/oxenfree Painkiller: Black Edition: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/painkiller Pathalogic: $3.24 - https://www.gog.com/game/pathologic_classic_hd Psychonauts: $0.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/psychonauts Realms of the Haunting: $0.59 - https://www.gog.com/game/realms_of_the_haunting Return to Castle Wolfenstein: $2.39 - https://www.gog.com/game/return_to_castle_wolfenstein Risen: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/risen Riven: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/riven_the_sequel_to_myst Rollercoaster Tycoon: $2.09 - https://www.gog.com/game/rollercoaster_tycoon_deluxe Sacred: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/sacred_gold Sacred 2: $3.74 - https://www.gog.com/game/sacred_2_gold Sanitarium: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/sanitarium Space Quest 1-3: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/space_quest_1_2_3 Space Quest 4-6: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/space_quest_4_5_6 Stalker: Call of Pripyat: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/stalker_call_of_pripyat Star Wars: Dark Forces: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_dark_forces Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_knights_of_the_old_republic Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_knights_of_the_old_republic_ii_the_sith_lords Star Wars: Republic Commando: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_republic_commando Star Wars: Tie Fighter: $3.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/star_wars_tie_fighter_special_edition Strife: $2.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/strife_veteran_edition Syberia: $0.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/syberia Syberia 2: $0.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/syberia_2 Syndicate Plus: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/syndicate System Shock 2: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/system_shock_2 Titan Quest: $3.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/titan_quest_anniversary_edition Torchlight: $3.74 - https://www.gog.com/game/torchlight Torchlight II: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/torchlight_ii Unreal: $1.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/unreal_gold Unreal Tournament 2004 ECE: $1.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/unreal_tournament_2004_ece Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines: $4.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/vampire_the_masquerade_bloodlines Wing Commander 3: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/wing_commander_3_heart_of_the_tiger The Witcher: $1.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/the_witcher The Witcher 2: $2.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/the_witcher_2 Wizardry 8: $1.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/wizardry_8 More than $5 but still highly recommended: Darkest Dungeon: $12.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/darkest_dungeon Diluvion: $13.29 - https://www.gog.com/game/diluvion Divinity: Original Sin: $19.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/divinity_original_sin_enhanced_edition Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen: $11.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/dragons_dogma_dark_arisen Grim Dawn: $12.49 - https://www.gog.com/game/grim_dawn Pillars of Eternity: $17.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/pillars_of_eternity_hero_edition Rebel Galaxy: $5.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/rebel_galaxy Sunless Sea: $6.29 - https://www.gog.com/game/sunless_sea Wasteland 2: $19.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/wasteland_2_directors_cut_digital_classic_edition The Witcher 3: GOTY: $24.99 - https://www.gog.com/game/the_witcher_3_wild_hunt_game_of_the_year_edition
  11. GOG's currently doing their Spring Sale which is on until 3/12/2017. I took a look at the included titles and wanted to give some specific recommendations in case anyone's looking for some new (old) games to check out (for cheap!). These are all games that I've spent many many hours with and can heartily recommend. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thief - $2.99 Thief 2 - $2.99 Thief 3 - $2.99 The Thief games (prior to 4) are fantastic. They're extremely atmospheric stealth games with interesting stories and a well-realized and engrossing world. They're also frequently creepy as hell; thanks in no small part to some of the best ambient "music" around. Highly recommended. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Syberia - $1.99 Syberia 2 - $1.99 The Syberia games are touching, heartfelt, and absorbing adventure games that are definitely worth your time - especially if you're a fan of point-and-click adventure games. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lands of Lore 1+2 - $1.49 These are some excellent first-person RPGs, though fairly different between each other. I like them both quite a bit, though some consider the second to be a disappointment. The first is a more traditional open-ended first person dungeon crawler affair whereas the second is more linear in approach because you play a specific, predefined character within the story. I can understand how that might have turned off some fan but I like them both. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unreal - $2.49 Unreal is a fun, highly atmospheric FPS with excellent level design and great music. It might not look special now, but Unreal was jaw-dropping in 1998. The strong points of the game hold up well though, even today. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unreal Tournament 2004 Editor's Choice Edition - $2.49 UT2k4 is, in my opinion, the single best arena-style twitch shooter in existence. It's super fast paced and a blast at any skill level (despite having a skill cap reaching into low orbit) thanks to a wide range of bot proficiency levels. And yes, it's a ton of fun even with bots in single-player. The Editor's Choice Edition comes with an insane amount of content with tons of maps and modes, from small claustrophobic arenas to giant objective-based vehicle-focused maps. This is the first game I was ever "seriously" competitive in online and was the member of a competitive clan. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wing Commander 3 - $1.49 Wing Commander 4 - $1.49 These are great "arcady" space sims with a great (albeit kinda cheesy) story and wonderful production value along with some "choose your own adventure" elements. Plus, Mark Hamill! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nox - $1.49 Nox had the misfortune of coming out around the same time as Diablo 2 (it was actually released a few months before D2, but after the original Diablo obviously). It was subsequently characterized as a "Diablo clone" even though it's honestly not a very accurate description. It's an isometric RPG, yes, but that's about it. It's got interesting, hand-crafted (i.e. not random) dungeons full of traps and even some semi-platformer elements. The combat is fun and fast paced and you can choose from a couple of different classes to start out. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Startopia - $1.79 Startopia is a massively underrated tycoon-style game set on a space station that you design. It's very unique and highly entertaining - with some pretty funny writing as well. This is definitely one of my favorites in the genre and I honestly think it could appeal to people even if they don't typically play this type of game. I spent many many hours in "sandbox" mode just building my own station and trying to keep the various alien guests entertained/healthy/safe. Great music too! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Divine Divinity - $0.89 Divine Divinity is another "not Diablo" isometric RPG. It's got a huge world, a great story, a lot of charm, and a lot of humor. A real classic; and for less than a bottle of [insert soft drink of choice] from a vending machine. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Divinity 2: Developer's Cut - $2.99 Divinity 2 unfortunately launched with a lot of bugs, some of which were basically game-breaking. Thankfully those are all patched at this point, but it kindof tarnished what is an otherwise fantastic game. It's also completely hilarious. The Divinity games have always had humor front and center and Divinity 2 is no exception. It plays nothing like the other games in the series, mind you - this is not an isometric RPG - it's third person not unlike, say, Gothic. Divinity 2 is really underrated. Highly entertaining and highly recommended. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Deus Ex: GOTY Edition - $2.99 There's really nothing I can say about this game that hasn't already been said a thousand times over. It was way ahead of its time. An engrossing cyberpunk story and a whole lot of player agency makes for a great time. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines - $4.99 Not unlike Divinity 2, VTMB launched in a pretty broken state and unfortunately ended much the same since Troika Games, the developer, went belly up shortly after it was released. The good news is the community has fixed basically everything in the game (and are still making improvements) and put it in a good state; that's a damn good thing because underneath the rough edges is one of the best RPGs ever made. It's a masterpiece. A great story, great characters, a whole lot of player choice, extremely atmospheric, and great music... I love this game. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Witcher 3: GOTY Edition - $29.99 TW3 isn't a "classic" game in the sense that it's not as old as the rest of the games listed here, but it's just as good. I've spoken here, at length, about all the great things that TW3 does that other devs should take note of in their future endeavors, but suffice it to say that it has a great story, great characters, wonderful writing, meaningful consequences for your actions, and it does optional side content better than probably any other game I've played - all of it comes together to form this extremely well-realized cohesive world full of characters that you actually care about. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Anyway, those are my recommendations! Maybe someone looking for something new will find something here
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