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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. Version 1.0.0

    2,790 downloads

    This is a giant collection of platform logos drawn digitally by hand. This took well over 500 hours of work over 15 months. While console logos exist all over the internet, this collection aims to bring them to a higher level of polish and accuracy. The default logos in BigBox will now come from this set. It was extremely tedious to ensure a very high level of accuracy across thousands of files. So Many Versions! Each included platform has multiple logo variants. Basically, many consoles had different logos for different regions and time periods. There are also smaller variations such as with or without a trademark (tm). There are black and white versions for each of these. With all of these it can add up to over 50 small variations for one platform! This would be impossible to navigate so I’ve split them up into smaller categories. For each format (Normal, Large and SVG) there are Light and Dark folders. For either of those there are: “Color”, “Black & White” and “Just White” (or Just Black respectively). If you wanted to use a minimalistic dark theme, you could use the “Just White” versions for a contemporary look. If you wanted logos for a standard dark theme then you could use “Light - Color”. Official Versions Included Besides the many hand drawn logos, I’ve also curated multiple logos that are the OFFICIAL renderings. Meaning, vector art ripped from official sources such as websites and pdf manuals. Finding official source art in the wild is pretty uncommon and required many hours of digging. Most of the source art was not in color so most of these colors are still generated by me. Some of the platforms with official logos include: Atari Jaguar (from an official game box template) (extremely rare to see) Cave Logo (from Cave website) NES/Famicom (from NES/Famicom Classic website) Nes, Famicom, SNES, Super Famicom (from Nes, Famicom, SNES, Super Famicom Classic websites) Gameboy (bold version), Gameboy advance, Nintendo Gamecube (one color version), Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo WiiU (from vector manuals) Nintendo Switch (from Nintendo website) Sony PS modern icon (from Playstation website) Sony Playstation 1 colored symbol (from PS1 vector service manual) Sony PocketStation (from vector manual) (Same as Wikipedia) Sony PS1, 2, 3, 4, 5, VR, Vita, PSP (from vector manual) Capcom Logo with official color (various arcade manuals) NEC logo (from NEC website) Various SNK and modern Neo Geo Logos (from SNK 40th anniversary Japanese site) Sega Dreamcast logo and PAL blue color and blue of Sega logo (from official Sega press disc from 1999) Sega Logo (from Sega Japanese website) Texas Instruments Logo (from TI website) Phillips Logo (from Philips website) Casio Logo (from Casio Website) Xbox one color icon, Game Pass, Series Logos (from Xbox website) Android modern logo (from Android website) Fujitsu logo (from Fujitsu website) Sadly, some of these wasted a lot of my time because I drew them and later found the official versions. The Drawing Process: My process for drawing a logo required many steps. I first did research on each logo. Then I would dig deep for the best references I could find. One rule I had was to never trust any image. I would compare multiple sources and make sure the source I chose was not fan made or some modern re-release that changed the logo. If a better source was found that showed differences from what I drew I would redraw it again (it sucked). I redrew the NEO GEO logo about 5 times before I was finally happy with it. Generally, source art would include box art images, adverts, brochures, and manual scans. Archive.org and Manualslib.com were a huge help for a lot of these scans. I would then use the pen tool in Adobe Illustrator and go to town! Sometimes if my source was really amazing, I could finish the whole logo in an hour and a half or so. Other times it would take much, much longer. Getting the correct color was always challenging and required intelligent guesswork. For example, with the classic Konami logo, I brought in 20 images. Gathered the color from all of those and found the average color for the red and orange. Then I’d tweak it slightly more, usually to improve saturation. When it came to fonts, I would always search for it but rarely found exact matches. If the font was found I’d obviously use it, but If not I’d have to hand draw it. However, a couple of the smaller taglines/subtitles do use a very close match. Hand drawing those fonts would do more harm than good. While drawing a logo I took great care to make things as visually pleasing as possible. Every little section of each letter of each logo was considered. Curves were carefully made to be smooth with as few anchor points as possible. Letters align with each other and angled letters all share the same angle. Hand drawing fonts is very tricky. Many logos were substantially harder than I’d anticipated. The Sega Saturn US logo for instance, drove me insane. It took over 40 hours to draw (not to mention wasted time from failed attempts months earlier). I used Adobe Illustrator to mimic every highlight, tiny color shift, shading and glow. When I was working on this logo, I’d come home from my graphic design day job and then spend 4 hours on it, which would only finish part of one letter. As I worked, I’d have a couple copies of the logo in the same file and a couple times it bottomed out 32GB of ram! Unique Versions This collection brings a few unique logos to the table. I’m just going to list a few. I created multiple new arcade and pinball logos, although previous arcade logos are here too. I highly polished the Daphne logo as it needed some love. I drew a detailed version of the TeknoParrot logo which seems to be uncommon in high resolution. I also created Sega system 16 and 32 arcade logos based on the exact font used in the Sega 32X and Sega CD (Copperplate Gothic Std 31AB stretched horizontally to 130%). The Capcom logos have stylized alternate versions based on a gradated version Capcom rarely uses. There are several other unique logos I could list here. White Outline - Default Versions Since these logos are replacing the default logos in BigBox, Faeran smartly requested that I create versions with white outlines around the outside. That way logos could be seen against any background color. I only made the outline versions for the options I gave to Faeran. I don’t plan on making outline versions for the rest of the variations. That said, the versions I did make are included here. The outline versions don’t look quite as nice in my opinion but they serve a very functional and important purpose. Solid black logos for some systems, like the PSP, would not be visible in certain themes without a white outline. However, theme creators or those wanting to add logos to a single theme, I would still recommend the non-outline versions for the cleanest look. Conclusion I included every platform and version that I wanted to. There are some more obscure ones I could draw but I didn’t see the need to seeing as how I've created 22,000 files as is. If I knew how much work this was going to take I would've never gotten myself into this (lol). I hope that you guys get a lot of enjoyment out of these. I’m glad I made them and it feels really good to finally be able to upload them. I made these originally for LaunchBox but they can be used elsewhere. I will always appreciate credit if you use them. Needless to say, I don’t own the rights to the logos and these are NEVER to be sold in any way. Thanks Special thanks to Juketstu and Faeran for their valuable feedback. Also, huge thanks again to Faeran and the LaunchBox team for using these as the new defaults for BigBox! If you like what you see here, please also check out my LaunchBox / BigBox logo collection:
  3. Version 1.0.0

    38 downloads

    My Colorful Clear Logos Category Hello everybody! I would like to share my category logos with you. I made them to use with the Colorful bigbox theme. Of course, you can use them in other themes. They were made inspired by the Colorfull Big Box colors and contain 8 variants: simple gray Simple gray (caps text) simple dark Simple dark (caps text) 2.5D gray 2.5D gray (caps text) 2.5D dark 2.5D dark (caps text) All logos are 1920p wide, to maximize quality on high resolution displays. You may want to reduce the size using some image software. Feel free to do so. Please note, I only created logos for the main categories. But you can create your own, because include the source .psd file 😄 Any feedback is welcome. Enjoy!
  4. Version 1.0.0

    363 downloads

    While I am not the original creator of the LaunchBox / BigBox logos, I have the best versions available in this collection. After roughly 30 hours, I have redrawn and perfected the recognizable cube shape and have multiple variants for multiple use cases. All previously used versions are available here, as well as new versions that are slightly different. All my drawings use perspective correct line work making these the best versions of these logos. They come in three sizes Small (1920x1080 max), Large (3840x2160 max) and SVG which is a vector file type. A lot of the BigBox logos can’t be properly saved in SVG format so I included vector PDFs for all logos as well. The LaunchBox logo had some uneven shapes which I corrected. In addition, I noticed the entire LaunchBox logo is not a perfect cube. Its sides are actually rectangles. I never noticed this until now. Once I saw it, I created a separate perspective correct version. I created a further revised version as well, with thicker lines, consistent line widths and punchier colors. The same standard goes for the BigBox logos. The thicker LB logo also has a glass BigBox variant which took a solid amount of work to get right. I really tried to make the glass thick enough to not be too busy and easily visible large or small. I went back and forth on every shade of every gradient until I felt it looked pretty good against dark and light backgrounds. The only versions that are official are the original taller designs. I wanted to improve them as much as I could while still keeping all of the artist’s intent. Feel free to use these how you’d like. I’ll always appreciate credit. If you like what you see here, please also check out my extensive platform logo collection:
  5. Soqueroeu's Colorful Clear Logos Category View File My Colorful Clear Logos Category Hello everybody! I would like to share my category logos with you. I made them to use with the Colorful bigbox theme. Of course, you can use them in other themes. They were made inspired by the Colorfull Big Box colors and contain 8 variants: simple gray Simple gray (caps text) simple dark Simple dark (caps text) 2.5D gray 2.5D gray (caps text) 2.5D dark 2.5D dark (caps text) All logos are 1920p wide, to maximize quality on high resolution displays. You may want to reduce the size using some image software. Feel free to do so. Please note, I only created logos for the main categories. But you can create your own, because include the source .psd file 😄 Any feedback is welcome Enjoy! Submitter soqueroeu Submitted 04/10/2022 Category Platform Clear Logos  
  6. Platform Logos Professionally Redrawn + Official Versions, New BigBox Defaults View File This is a giant collection of platform logos drawn digitally by hand. This took well over 500 hours of work over 15 months. While console logos exist all over the internet, this collection aims to bring them to a higher level of polish and accuracy. The default logos in BigBox will now come from this set. It was extremely tedious to ensure a very high level of accuracy across thousands of files. So Many Versions! Each included platform has multiple logo variants. Basically, many consoles had different logos for different regions and time periods. There are also smaller variations such as with or without a trademark (tm). There are black and white versions for each of these. With all of these it can add up to over 50 small variations for one platform! This would be impossible to navigate so I’ve split them up into smaller categories. For each format (Normal, Large and SVG) there are Light and Dark folders. In either of those is: “Color”, “Black & White” and “Just White” (or Just Black respectively). If you wanted to use a minimalistic dark theme, you could use the “Just White” versions for a contemporary look. If you wanted logos for a standard dark theme then you could use “Light - Color”. Official Versions Included Besides the many hand drawn logos, I’ve also curated multiple logos that are the OFFICIAL renderings. Meaning, vector art ripped from official sources such as websites and pdf manuals. Finding official source art in the wild is pretty uncommon and required many hours of digging. Most of the source art was not in color so most of these colors are still generated by me. Some of the platforms with official logos include: Atari Jaguar (from an official game box template) (extremely rare to see) Cave Logo (from Cave website) NES/Famicom (from NES/Famicom Classic website) Nes, Famicom, SNES, Super Famicom (from Nes, Famicom, SNES, Super Famicom Classic websites) Gameboy (bold version), Gameboy advance, Nintendo Gamecube (one color version), Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo WiiU (from vector manuals) Nintendo Switch (from Nintendo website) Sony PS modern icon (from Playstation website) Sony Playstation 1 colored symbol (from PS1 vector service manual) Sony PocketStation (from vector manual) (Same as Wikipedia) Sony PS1, 2, 3, 4, 5, VR, Vita, PSP (from vector manual) Capcom Logo with official color (various arcade manuals) NEC logo (from NEC website) Various SNK and modern Neo Geo Logos (from SNK 40th anniversary Japanese site) Sega Dreamcast logo and PAL blue color and blue of Sega logo (from official Sega press disc from 1999) Sega Logo (from Sega Japanese website) Texas Instruments Logo (from TI website) Phillips Logo (from Philips website) Casio Logo (from Casio Website) Xbox one color icon, Game Pass, Series Logos (from Xbox website) Android modern logo (from Android website) Fujitsu logo (from Fujitsu website) Sadly, some of these wasted a lot of my time because I drew them and later found the official versions. The Drawing Process: My process for drawing a logo required many steps. I first did research on each logo. Then I would dig deep for the best references I could find. One rule I had was to never trust any image. I would compare multiple sources and make sure the source I chose was not fan made or some modern re-release that changed the logo. If a better source was found that showed differences from what I drew I would redraw it again (it sucked). I redrew the NEO GEO logo about 5 times before I was finally happy with it. Generally, source art would include box art images, adverts, brochures, and manual scans. Archive.org and Manualslib.com were a huge help for a lot of these scans. I would then use the pen tool in Adobe Illustrator and go to town! Sometimes if my source was really amazing, I could finish the whole logo in an hour and a half or so. Other times it would take much, much longer. Getting the correct color was always challenging and required intelligent guesswork. For example, with the classic Konami logo, I brought in 20 images. Gathered the color from all of those and found the average color for the red and orange. Then I’d tweak it slightly more, usually to improve saturation. When it came to fonts, I would always search for it but rarely found exact matches. If the font was found I’d obviously use it, but If not I’d have to hand draw it. However, a couple of the smaller taglines/subtitles do use a very close match. Hand drawing those fonts would do more harm than good. While drawing a logo I took great care to make things as visually pleasing as possible. Every little section of each letter of each logo was considered. Curves were carefully made to be smooth with as few anchor points as possible. Letters align with each other and angled letters all share the same angle. Hand drawing fonts is very tricky. Many logos were substantially harder than I’d anticipated. The Sega Saturn US logo for instance, drove me insane. It took over 40 hours to draw (not to mention wasted time from failed attempts months earlier). I used Adobe Illustrator to mimic every highlight, tiny color shift, shading and glow. When I was working on this logo, I’d come home from my graphic design day job and then spend 4 hours on it, which would only finish part of one letter. As I worked, I’d have a couple copies of the logo in the same file and a couple times it bottomed out 32GB of ram! Unique Versions This collection brings a few unique logos to the table. I’m just going to list a few. I created multiple new arcade and pinball logos, although previous arcade logos are here too. I highly polished the Daphne logo as it needed some love. I drew a detailed version of the TeknoParrot logo which seems to be uncommon in high resolution. I also created Sega system 16 and 32 arcade logos based on the exact font used in the Sega 32X and Sega CD (Copperplate Gothic Std 31AB stretched horizontally to 130%). The Capcom logos have stylized alternate versions based on a gradated version Capcom rarely uses. There are several other unique logos I could list here. White Outline - Default Versions Since these logos are replacing the default logos in BigBox, Faeran smartly requested that I create versions with white outlines around the outside. That way logos could be seen against any background color. I only made the outline versions for the options I gave to Faeran. I don’t plan on making outline versions for the rest of the variations. That said, the versions I did make are included here. The outline versions don’t look quite as nice in my opinion but they serve a very functional and important purpose. Solid black logos for some systems, like the PSP, would not be visible in certain themes without a white outline. However, theme creators or those wanting to add logos to a single theme, I would still recommend the non-outline versions for the cleanest look. Conclusion I included every platform and version that I wanted to. There are some more obscure ones I could draw but I didn’t see the need to seeing as how I've created 22,000 files as is. If I knew how much work this was going to take I would've never gotten myself into this (lol). I hope that you guys get a lot of enjoyment out of these. I’m glad I made them and it feels really good to finally be able to upload them. I made these originally for LaunchBox but they can be used elsewhere. I will always appreciate credit if you use them. Needless to say, I don’t own the rights to the logos and these are NEVER to be sold in any way. Thanks Special thanks to Juketstu and Faeran for their valuable feedback. Also, huge thanks again to Faeran and the LaunchBox team for using these as the new defaults for BigBox! If you like what you see here, please also check out my LaunchBox / BigBox logo collection: Submitter Dan Patrick Submitted 03/20/2022 Category Platform Clear Logos  
  7. Version 1.2.2

    844 downloads

    Pinball: Love your Pinnies?? well your come to the right place.. The first Pinball maschine dates back to the 1930s, Now there at our finger tips. Ahhh.. Yeah gotta love it! 😍 Easy to setup Pinball FX3 Media and Metadata WHATS IN THE DOWNLOAD..? Clear Logos 3D Boxs Docklet Wheel Art 3D Carts Marquees Pinball Cabinets Gameplay Screenshots Video Snaps Table .bat files PDF Manuals PinballFX3.xml File Easy How To Guild
  8. Version 1.0.0

    3,447 downloads

    This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Mega Drive Europe Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set. As a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be some duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, Europe), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. This Project was a collaboration between myself and @aorin1. I made the Boxes and the Carts and Aorin collected and made many of the Logos so they match the European Box Logos exactly. Aorin also had a lot of input in other parts of the project. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MAGA DRIVE JAPAN REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA GENESIS USA REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  9. Pinball FX3 - Easy to setup Pinball FX3 Media and Metadata View File Pinball: Love your Pinnies?? well your come to the right place.. The first Pinball maschine dates back to the 1930s, Now there at our finger tips. Ahhh.. Yeah gotta love it! 😍 Easy to setup Pinball FX3 Media and Metadata WHATS IN THE DOWNLOAD..? Clear Logos 3D Boxs Docklet Wheel Art 3D Carts Marquees Pinball Cabinets Gameplay Screenshots Video Snaps Table .bat files PDF Manuals PinballFX3.xml File Easy How To Guild Submitter ROD3Z Submitted 02/14/2022 Category Game Media  
  10. Version 1.0.2

    2,246 downloads

    Hi all, First time contributor. Thought I'd share my Main Menu platform logo set I put together. I created these using the logo template from y2guru and a lot of artwork/logo's taken from Hyperspin Themes. Full credit and thanks to all those original theme creators. Most of the main systems have a couple of versions to choose from, one using box art as a background and the other a game character. Enjoy!!
  11. Category Silver Ring Logos - Controller Support View File These are some quick logos I have for my system for the new LB controller support feature. These use the same naming convention that LB uses for the category level: Gamepad Joystick Keyboard Light Gun Motion Controller Mouse Paddle Rhythm Trackball VR Wheel/Yoke A few alts were included with slightly different naming for the category level ring and: Controller Category and Controller Support Joystick (2 variations with different icons) Mouse & Keyboard Paddle (a grayscale version of the paddle icon) Spinner Touchscreen Wheel/Yoke (uses a Yoke icon) Wheel Submitter sundogak Submitted 07/02/2021 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    79 downloads

    These are some quick logos I have for my system for the new LB controller support feature. These use the same naming convention that LB uses for the category level: Gamepad Joystick Keyboard Light Gun Motion Controller Mouse Paddle Rhythm Trackball VR Wheel/Yoke A few alts were included with slightly different naming for the category level ring and: Controller Category and Controller Support Joystick (2 variations with different icons) Mouse & Keyboard Paddle (a grayscale version of the paddle icon) Spinner Touchscreen Wheel/Yoke (uses a Yoke icon) Wheel
  13. Version 1.0.0

    1,690 downloads

    This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Mega Drive Japan Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set. As a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be some duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, Europe), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. This Project was a collaboration between myself and @aorin1. I made the Boxes and a lot of the Carts and Aorin collected and made many of the Logos so they exactly match the Japanese box art and many Carts and also had a lot of input in other parts of the project. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER:WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN: CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA GENESIS USA REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE EUROPE REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  14. Version 1.0.0

    272 downloads

    Some missing clear logos for Acorn Archimedes
  15. Acorn Archimedes - Missing clear logos View File Some missing clear logos for Acorn Archimedes Submitter maynemiz Submitted 11/07/2020 Category Game Clear Logos  
  16. Sega Mega Drive Japan No-Intro Art Pack (3D Boxes, 2D Carts, Logos) View File This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Mega Drive Japan Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set. As a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be some duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, Europe), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. This Project was a collaboration between myself and @aorin1. I made the Boxes and a lot of the Carts and Aorin collected and made many of the Logos so they exactly match the Japanese box art and many Carts and also had a lot of input in other parts of the project. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER:WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN: CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA GENESIS USA REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE EUROPE REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 12/06/2019 Category Game Box Art
  17. Version 1.1.0

    15,296 downloads

    A set of Logos, to match perfectly with my Refried theme. A special Thank you to @RetroNi for allowing me to use his white bordered logo set,with a few changes,for the creation of the Platform Logos in this set...As well as @CriticalCid for giving me the unspoken inspiration to even start this project in the first place! The Logos are seperated to download by category..including each playlist covered in the theme. Inside of the Unified Refried theme there is a "Images" folder. Inside you need to create a folder labelled "Platforms." Inside you will need to create another folder called "Clear Logo." Inside the Clear Logo folder is where you paste the set. Launchbox/Themes/Unified Refried/Images/Platforms /Clear Logo After making the change, be sure to refresh platform wheel images located in options (Image Cache). You can find the theme here.... You can find the matching video set here...
  18. Sega Mega Drive Europe No-Intro Art Pack (3D Boxes, 2D Carts, Logos) View File This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Mega Drive Europe Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set. As a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be some duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, Europe), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. This Project was a collaboration between myself and @aorin1. I made the Boxes and the Carts and Aorin collected and made many of the Logos so they match the European Box Logos exactly. Aorin also had a lot of input in other parts of the project. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. LIST OF GAMES COVERED: NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MAGA DRIVE JAPAN REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA GENESIS USA REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 12/18/2018 Category Game Box Art
  19. Version 1.0.1

    220 downloads

    Nintendo Game & Watch Clear Logo Set 36 Logos which covers all games currently being emulated by MAME out of the 59 releases [will update as more get added to MAME] The logos are from various sources (thank you RexRyan), please leave a comment if you see something that is yours and I will add credit to description or remove. I went through them all and removed any empty space/TM logos/characters etc and made sure they all match the original packaging as close as possible. Enjoy
  20. Nintendo Game & Watch | Clear Logo Set (Complete) View File Nintendo Game & Watch Clear Logo Set 36 Logos which covers all games currently being emulated by MAME out of the 59 releases [will update as more get added to MAME] The logos are from various sources (thank you RexRyan), please leave a comment if you see something that is yours and I will add credit to description or remove. I went through them all and removed any empty space/TM logos/characters etc and made sure they all match the original packaging as close as possible. Enjoy Submitter zetec-s-joe Submitted 09/22/2019 Category Game Clear Logos  
  21. Version 1.1.0

    2,178 downloads

    Just thought i'd share these playlist clear logos i created after not being able to find the ones i needed. I used a clear logo template from this site (VIKING) .....thanks These need to be placed in the playlist clear logo folder and renamed to your playlist name (unless you have named them exactly the same as these). Clear logos are as follows : Beat em up, Shoot em up, Shooters, Puzzle, Vs fighters, Sports, Run and Gun, Platformers, Light Gun, .....they all have a silver ring which ive given a retro look This is my first upload so hope you all enjoy....just hoping someone will now create the playlist videos to match ...big thanks to the original creators of the Jukebox/Arcade and Light gun icons
  22. Adventure Genre Logos View File Needed these. Let me know if there is interest in others. Submitter Mr.Laor Submitted 06/13/2019 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  23. Version 1.0.0

    92 downloads

    Needed these. Let me know if there is interest in others.
  24. Platform Theme Logos View File Hi all, First time contributor. Thought I'd share my Main Menu platform logo set I put together. I created these using the logo template from y2guru and a lot of artwork/logo's taken from Hyperspin Themes. Full credit and thanks to all those original theme creators. Most of the main systems have a couple of versions to choose from, one using box art as a background and the other a game character. Enjoy!! Submitter edgemundo Submitted 05/25/2019 Category Platform Clear Logos  
  25. Version 1.0.0

    162 downloads

    Hey everyone! This is the first time i'm sharing something so go easy on me Although I have been building my collection for a while and hopefully have many more things coming. I just threw together these platform logos for my own personal use and figured someone else might like them as well. They are based on a template that I found on picnic.com. Eventually I would like to make minor changes like change the blue with wallpaper like images for the corresponding image, If I decide to use them. I also included my PDN template (paint.net) if anyone wants to make any changes or anything. Enjoy!
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