Jump to content
LaunchBox Community Forums

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'playlists'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • LaunchBox
    • Android
    • Beta Testing
    • Collections and Builds
    • Features
    • Linux
    • News and Updates
    • Noobs
    • Troubleshooting
    • Website/Forum Support
  • User-Created Content and Downloads
    • Big Box Custom Themes
    • Big Box Sound Packs
    • Big Box Startup Videos
    • Custom Theme Tutorials
    • Game Media
    • LaunchBox for Android Custom Themes
    • LaunchBox for Windows Custom Themes
    • Pause Themes
    • Platform Media
    • Playlists & Playlist Media
    • Startup Themes
    • Third-Party Applications and Plugins (Released)
    • Third-Party Applications and Plugins (Development and Beta Testing)
    • Videos
  • LaunchBox Games Database
    • News and Updates
    • Contributions
    • Features
    • Troubleshooting
  • Off Topic
    • DOSBox
    • Emulation
    • Games
    • Monkeys
    • Buy / Sell / Trade

Categories

  • Big Box
    • Custom Themes
    • Startup Themes
    • Pause Themes
    • Sound Packs
    • Startup Videos
  • LaunchBox for Windows
    • Custom Themes
    • Custom Badges
  • LaunchBox for Android
    • Custom Themes
  • Third-party Apps and Plugins
  • Game Media
    • 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
    • Aamber Pegasus
    • Acorn Achimedes
    • Acorn Atom
    • Acorn Electron
    • ALF TV Game
    • Amstrad CPC
    • Amstrad GX4000
    • Android
    • APF Imagination Machine
    • Apogee BK-01
    • Apple II
    • Apple IIGS
    • Apple Mac OS
    • Arcade
    • Atari 800
    • Atari 2600
    • Atari 5200
    • Atari 7800
    • Atari Jaguar
    • Atari Jaguar CD
    • Atari Lynx
    • Atari ST
    • Atari XEGS
    • Bally Astrocade
    • Bandai Super Vision 8000
    • BBC Microcomputer System
    • Camputers Lynx
    • Casio Loopy
    • Casio PV-1000
    • Coleco ADAM
    • ColecoVision
    • Commodore 64
    • Commodore 128
    • Commodore Amiga
    • Commodore Amiga CD32
    • Commodore CDTV
    • Commodore MAX Machine
    • Commodore PET
    • Commodore Plus 4
    • Commodore VIC-20
    • Dragon 32/64
    • EACA EG2000 Colour Genie
    • Elektronika BK
    • Emerson Arcadia 2001
    • Enterprise
    • Entex Adventure Vision
    • Epoch Game Pocket Computer
    • Epoch Super Cassette Vision
    • Exelvision EXL 100
    • Exidy Sorcerer
    • Fairchild Channel F
    • Fujitsu FM Towns Marty
    • Fujitsu FM-7
    • Funtech Super Acan
    • Game Wave Family Entertainment System
    • GamePark GP32
    • GameWave
    • GCE Vectrex
    • Hartung Game Master
    • Hector HRX
    • Interton VC 4000
    • Jupiter Ace
    • Lviv PC-01
    • Magnavox Odyssey
    • Magnavox Odyssey 2
    • Matra and Hachette Alice
    • Mattel Aquarius
    • Mattel HyperScan
    • Mattel Intellivision
    • Mega Duck
    • Memotech MTX512
    • Microsoft MSX
    • Microsoft MSX2
    • Microsoft MSX2+
    • Microsoft Xbox
    • Microsoft Xbox 360
    • MS-DOS
    • MUGEN
    • Namco System 22
    • NEC PC-8801
    • NEC PC-9801
    • NEC PC-FX
    • NEC TurboGrafx-16
    • NEC TurboGrafx-CD
    • Nintendo 3DS
    • Nintendo 64
    • Nintendo 64DD
    • Nintendo DS
    • Nintendo Entertainment System
    • Nintendo Famicom Disk System
    • Nintendo Game & Watch
    • Nintendo Game Boy
    • Nintendo Game Boy Advance
    • Nintendo Game Boy Color
    • Nintendo GameCube
    • Nintendo Pokemon Mini
    • Nintendo Satellaview
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Nintendo Virtual Boy
    • Nintendo Wii
    • Nintendo Wii U
    • Nokia N-Gage
    • Nuon
    • OpenBOR
    • Oric Atmos
    • Orion-128
    • Othello Multivision
    • PC Engine SuperGrafx
    • Philips CD-i
    • Philips VG 5000
    • Philips Videopac+
    • Pinball
    • Radio-86RK Mikrosha
    • RCA Studio II
    • SAM Coupé
    • Sammy Atomiswave
    • ScummVM
    • Sega 32X
    • Sega CD
    • Sega CD 32X
    • Sega Dreamcast
    • Sega Dreamcast VMU
    • Sega Game Gear
    • Sega Genesis
    • Sega Hikaru
    • Sega Master System
    • Sega Model 1
    • Sega Model 2
    • Sega Model 3
    • Sega Naomi
    • Sega Naomi 2
    • Sega Pico
    • Sega Saturn
    • Sega SC-3000
    • Sega SG-1000
    • Sega ST-V
    • Sega System 16
    • Sega System 32
    • Sega Triforce
    • Sharp MZ-2500
    • Sharp X1
    • Sharp X68000
    • Sinclair ZX Spectrum
    • Sinclair ZX-81
    • SNK Neo Geo AES
    • SNK Neo Geo CD
    • SNK Neo Geo MVS
    • SNK Neo Geo Pocket
    • SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color
    • Sony Playstation
    • Sony Playstation 2
    • Sony Playstation 3
    • Sony PocketStation
    • Sony PSP
    • Sony PSP Minis
    • Sord M5
    • Spectravideo
    • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
    • Taito Type X
    • Tandy TRS-80
    • Tapwave Zodiac
    • Texas Instruments TI 99/4A
    • Thomson MO/TO
    • Tiger Electronics Handheld
    • Tiger Game.com
    • Tomy Tutor
    • Touhou Project
    • TRS-80 Color Computer
    • Vector-06C
    • VTech CreatiVision
    • VTech Socrates
    • Watara Supervision
    • Web Browser
    • Windows
    • Windows 3.X
    • WonderSwan
    • WonderSwan Color
    • WoW Action Max
    • XaviXPORT
    • ZiNc
  • Platform Media
    • Platform Theme Videos
    • Platform Console Images
    • Platform Backgrounds
    • Platform Banners
    • Platform Clear Logos
    • Platform Bezels/Overlays
    • Platform Media Packs
    • Platform Default Image Packs
    • Platform Templates
  • Playlists & Playlist Media
    • Playlists
    • Playlist Theme Videos
    • Playlist Backgrounds
    • Playlist Banners
    • Playlist Clear Logos
    • Playlist Media Packs
  • LaunchBox/Big Box Media

Blogs

  • Jason's Devotions
  • Thatmans Blog
  • THAT NINTENDO SWITCH EARLY REVEAL WAS FROM A STOLEN CONSOLE
  • Version 8.8
  • Game Theme Videos
  • Exclusive Bezels
  • Save Up Your Time by Outsourcing Creative Graphic Design
  • cocktail mass settings mame 4 launchbox?
  • Bigg Homi
  • aj gaming2357
  • Adding the old 2004 version of sadx
  • gg
  • Ninjaman Blog

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


About Me

  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. 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 - International Games System IGT Slots Infocom Interact Family Computer Interton VC 4000 Irem M27 Irem M52 Irem M62 Irem M72 Irem M92 Irem M97 ITV Teletext J2ME Java (Flashpoint) Java Jupiter Ace Kaneko Kaypro 2000 Kaypro Keio University K-1 Konami Bubble System Konami e-AMUSEMENT Konami Picno Konix MultiSystem Leapfrog - Leapster Learning Game System LiveMath Locomalito LowRes NX Lucas Nascom I & II Lutro Luxor ABC 1600 OS Luxor ABC 80 Luxor ABC 800 Lviv PC-01 Magazines Magnavox Odyssey 2 Magnavox Odyssey 3000 Magnavox Odyssey 4000 Magnavox Odyssey Manuals Matra and Hachette Alice Matsushita National JR Mattel Aquarius Mattel Hyperscan Mattel Intellivision Mega Duck Memorex VIS Memotech MTX512 Microkey Primo Microsoft MSX TurboR Microsoft MSX Microsoft MSX2 Microsoft MSX2+ Microsoft Xbox Microvision Milton-Bradley - Omni MITS Altair 8800 MS-DOS MUGEN Multiple Fruit Machine Emulator Namco ES3A Namco NA-1 Namco NB-1 NCR Decision Mate V NEC APC OS NEC PC Engine SuperGrafx NEC PC-6001 NEC PC-8001 NEC PC-8801 NEC PC-88VA NEC PC-9801 NEC PC-9821 NEC PC-FX NEC TurboGrafx-16 NEC TurboGrafx-CD Nesica x Live Nichibutsu My Vision Nichibutsu Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo 64DD Nintendo Amiibo Nintendo DS Nintendo DSi Nintendo DSiWare Nintendo e-Reader Nintendo Famicom Disk System Nintendo Famicom Network System Nintendo Game and Watch Nintendo Game Boy Advance Video Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo Game Boy Micro Mother 3 Nintendo Game Boy Nintendo GameCube Nintendo iQue Nintendo Kiosk Nintendo NES Nintendo Play-Yan Nintendo Pokemon Mini Nintendo Satellaview Nintendo SNES MSU-1 Nintendo SNES Nintendo Sufami Turbo Nintendo Super Game Boy Nintendo Switch Nintendo Virtual Boy Nintendo Wii U Nintendo Wii Nintendo WiiWare Nokia - N-Gage North Star Advantage OS Nuon Octree View OpenBOR Osborne Othello Multivision Otrona Attache OS Ouya Pademonium Cinematics Palm Pilot Panasonic 3DO Parsec FE Pecom 64 Pel Varazdin Orao Phantom System Philips CD-i Philips P2000 Philips VG 5000 Philips Videopac+ G7400 Philips Videopac+ Pico-8 Pinball FX2 Pinball FX3 Pioneer Palcom LaserDisc Play3D Pocket Dream Console Pocket PC PopCap Plugin Popcap Project Blank ProtoPlay Psion 3a OS Pub Fruit Machines Pulse Quiz Machines Radio 86RK Mikrosha Radio 86RK Partner Radio 86RK YuT-88 Raine FE Raw Thrills RCA Studio II RCA Superchip REBOL ResidualVM RetroBat FE RetroFE RM Nimbus PC-186 Robotron HC900, KC85 2, KC85 3 & KC85 4 Robotron KC Compact Robotron Z1013 Robotron Z9001 & KC85 1 Run _n_ Gun SABA Videoplay SAM Coupé Sammy Atomiswave Sammy Seta Visco SSV Samsung SPC-1000 Sanyo MBC-550 & 555 OS Sanyo PHC 25 Sanyo PHC 70FD ScummVM Sega 32X Sega Ages 2500 Sega Beena Sega CD Sega Chihiro Sega Dreamcast VMU Sega Dreamcast Sega Europa- R Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Hikaru Sega Lindbergh Sega Mark III Sega Master System Sega Mega CD 1+2 Sega Mega Tech System Sega Megadrive MSU-1 Sega Model 1 Sega Model 2 Sega Model 3 Sega Naomi 2 Sega Naomi Sega Nomad Sega Pico Sega Ring Edge Sega Ring Wide Sega Saturn Sega SC-3000 Sega SF-7000 Sega SG-1000 Sega ST-V Sega System 16 Sega System 18 Sega System 24 Sega System 32 Sega Triforce Sega VR Sega X Board Sega Y Board Seibu Kaihatsu Seihou Project Sharp MZ Family Sharp X1 Sharp X68000 Sharp X68030, 2000 ShiVa3D Shmups Shockwave Silverlight Sinclair PC200 Sinclair QL Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2 Sinclair ZX Spectrum +3 Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128 Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16 Sinclair ZX Spectrum Sinclair ZX-80 Sinclair ZX-81 SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo CD SNK Neo Geo MVS SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color SNK Neo Geo Pocket SNK Neo Geo Sol-20 Terminal Computer Solarus Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Net Yaroze Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation 4 Sony Playstation Vita Sony Playstation Sony PocketStation Sony PSP Minis Sony PSP Sord M23 OS Sord M5 Spectravideo SV-318-328 Symbian TAB Quizard Taito Systems Taito Type X Tandy TRS-80 CoCo Tandy TRS-80 DT-1 Tandy TRS-80 MC-10 Tandy TRS-80 Model 100 Tandy TRS-80 Model 4 Tandy TRS-80 Model I Tandy TRS-80 Model II Tandy TRS-80 Model III Tandy TRS-80 Pocket Computer Tangerine Microtan 65 Tangerine Oric Atmos Tapwave Zodiac Tatung Einstein TCL Technos Arcade Tecmo TeknoParrot FE Telenova Compis Terak 8510A & 8600 OS Tesla PMD 85 Texas Instruments CC-40 Texas Instruments TI-73 Texas Instruments TI-74 Texas Instruments TI-80 Texas Instruments TI-81 Texas Instruments TI-82 Texas Instruments TI-92 Texas Instruments TI-95 Texas Instruments TI-99 4A Thomson MO5 Thomson TO7 Thomson TO8 Tic-80 Tiger Game.com Tiger Gizmondo Tiger LCD Games Tiki-100 Timex Sinclair TinyGiant HT68k SBC OS Toaplan Tomy Pyuuta Tomy Tutor Toshiba Pasopia Toshiba Visicom Touhou Project Tremor Games Ultimate Doom Unico Electronics Unity University of Cambridge EDSAC Urban Legends Uzebox Vector-06C Victor 9000 _ Sirius 1 Video Challenger Video System Co VideoBrain Family Computer Videoton TV Computer Virtual Reality Viscape Visual Pinball Visual Technology Visual 1050 Visual WebMap Vitalize VMWare Voxatron VRML VTech CreatiVision VTech Laser 200 VTech Laser 2001 VTech Laser 310 VTech Socrates VTech V.Smile Wang WASM Watara Supervision Windows 3x Windows Wolfenstein 3d Mods WoW Action Max Xara Plugin Xerox 820 OS Yamaha Copera Zeebo Zilog MCZ-2 OS ZiNc Zorba OS Playlists - [BIOS] 5 STARS Adventure Games Alex Kidd Collection Alien Collection All Arcade All Atari All Commodore All Games All Linux OS All Microsoft OS All Nintendo All Sega All Sinclair All Sony All Windows PC Games Amstrad CPC - 1. Best of Gold Amstrad CPC - 2. Best Of Silver Amstrad CPC - 3. Best Of Bronze Amstrad CPC - The Best Amstrad GX4000 - The Best Amstrad Mega PC Amstrad PC1512 Animal Crossing Collection Anime Apple III Applix 1616 OS Arcade - Atari Arcade - Bally _ Midway Arcade - Capcom Arcade - Data East Arcade - Konami Arcade - Namco Arcade - Neogeo Arcade - Sega Arcade - SNK Arcade - Taito Arcade - Toaplan Arcade - Williams Arcade 2-Player Games Arcade 4-Player Games Arcade Ace Arcade Acorn Computers Arcade Amcoe Arcade American Laser Arcade AMI Arcade Amstar Arcade Apple Computer Arcade Aristocrat MK6 Arcade Aristocrat MKV Arcade Aristocrat Arcade Astra Arcade Astro Arcade Atari Classics Arcade Ball & Paddle Games Arcade Bally Midway Arcade Bally Arcade Banpresto Arcade Beat Em Ups Arcade BFM Arcade Board & Card Games Arcade Capcom Classics Arcade Capcom Play System II Arcade Capcom Play System III Arcade Capcom Play System Arcade Cave Arcade Cinematronics Arcade Comad Arcade Commodore Arcade Data East Classics Arcade DECO Cassette System Arcade Epoch Arcade Exidy Arcade Fighting Games Arcade Flying Games Arcade Gaelco Arcade Gottlieb Arcade Greyhound Electronics Arcade IGS Arcade Incredible Technologies Arcade Irem Classics Arcade Jaleco Arcade Kaneko Arcade Konami Classics Arcade Konami System 573 Arcade Konami Viper Arcade Leland Arcade Light Gun Games Arcade Mattel Arcade Maze Games Arcade Mazooma Arcade Merit Arcade Midway Classics Arcade MultiGames Arcade Namco Classics Arcade Namco System 1 Arcade Namco System 11 Arcade Namco System 12 Arcade Namco System 2 Arcade Namco System 22 Arcade Namco System 23 Arcade Namco System 246 Arcade NEC Arcade Neo-Geo MV-6F Arcade Nichibutsu Arcade Nintendo Classics Arcade Nintendo PlayChoice-10 Arcade Nintendo Super System Arcade Nintendo Arcade NMK Arcade Nova Arcade Novotech Arcade Platform Games Arcade Playmatic Arcade Puzzle Games Arcade Qps Arcade Racing Games Arcade Rhythm Games Arcade Roland Arcade Romstar Arcade Run & Gun Games Arcade Sammy Arcade Sega Classics Arcade Sega G80 Arcade Sega Model 2 Arcade Sega OutRun Arcade Sega ST-V Arcade Sega Super Scaler Arcade Sega System C Arcade Sega System E Arcade Sega SystemSP Arcade Sega VCO Object Arcade Sega Vic Dual Arcade Seibu Kaihatsu Arcade Seta Arcade Shoot Em Ups Arcade Shooter Games Arcade SNK Classics Arcade SNK Neo Geo MVS Arcade Sports Games Arcade Stern Electronics Arcade Stern Arcade Strata Arcade Sunsoft Arcade Taito Classics Arcade Taito Corporation Arcade Texas Instruments Arcade Toaplan Arcade Universal Arcade Visco Arcade Williams Classics Arcade Yamaha Arcade Yun Sung Arcade Zaccaria Artificial Life Atari 2600 - 1. Best Of Gold Atari 2600 - 2. Best Of Silver Atari 2600 - 3. Best Of Bronze Atari 2600 - The Best Atari 5200 - 1. Best Of Gold Atari 5200 - 2. Best Of Silver Atari 5200 - 3. Best Of Bronze Atari 5200 - The Best Atari 7800 - 1. Best Of Gold Atari 7800 - 2. Best Of Silver Atari 7800 - 3. Best Of Bronze Atari 7800 - The Best Atari Jaguar - 1. Best Of Gold Atari Jaguar - 2. Best Of Silver Atari Jaguar - 3. Best Of Bronze Atari Jaguar - The Best Atari Lynx - 1. Best Of Gold Atari Lynx - 2. Best Of Silver Atari Lynx - 3. Best Of Bronze Atari Lynx - The Best Atari System 1 Atari System 2 Back To The Future Bally Astrocade - The Best BANNED! Batman Collection Best Exodos games Best of Adult Swim Best of VS fighters Best Windows games Betas BMX Collection Bootlegs Cartoon Capers! Casino Games Collection Castlevania Collection CHD Required Classics Cola Wars ColecoVision - 1. Best Of Gold ColecoVision - 2. Best Of Silver ColecoVision - 3. Best Of Bronze ColecoVision - The Best Commodore 264 Commodore 64 - 1. Best Of Gold Commodore 64 - 2. Best Of Silver Commodore 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze Commodore 64 - The Best Commodore 900 Commodore Amiga - 1. Gold Games Commodore Amiga - 2. Silver Games Commodore Amiga - 3. Bronze Games Commodore Amiga - The Best Compatibility Hacks Compucolor OS Contra Collection Crash Bandicoot Collection Daewoo CPC OS DEC 150, 300, 500 OS Disney Collection Donkey Kong Collection Double Dragon Collection Dual Stick Games Earthworm Jim Collection Educational Games Emerson Arcadia 2001 - The Best eXoDOS 3dfx Games eXoDOS Games with CGA Composite eXoDOS Games with Gravis Ultrasound eXoDOS Games with MT-32 eXoDOS Games with Sound Canvas eXoDOS Remote Multiplayer Fairchild Channel F - The Best Fallout Collection Fatal Fury Collection Fighter Classics Fighting (Arcade 3D) Fighting Games Final Fantasy Collection Flash Food Flashpoint Hall of Fame Flashpoint Super Hall of Fame Frogger Collection FUCK! Fuuki Gaelco GCE Vectrex - The Best Go Sports! GOAT Golden Age Games Golden Axe Collection GTA Collection Hacked Games Halloween Haunts Harry Potter Collection Hasbro Hazeltine OS Hentai Homebrew Horror Games Indiana Jones Collection Installed eXoDOS Games Intellivision - 1. Best Of Gold Intellivision - 2. Best Of Silver Intellivision - 3. Best Of Bronze Intellivision - The Best James Bond 007 Collection Jet Set Willy Collection Jingle Jollies King Of Fighters Collection Konami Collection Leapster LeapPad Legacy of Kain Collection Legend of Zelda Collection Lego Collection Lemmings Collection Manga Mario Collection Mature Mcfly_s Favorite Systems Mega Man Collection Metal Gear Collection Metal Slug Complete Metroid Collection Mindset PC Mitchell Corporation Mortal Kombat Kollection Motor Games Motorola Movies MS-DOS - 1. Best Of Gold MS-DOS - 2. Best Of Silver MS-DOS - 3. Best Of Bronze MS-DOS - The Best MSX - 1. Best Of Gold MSX - 2. Best Of Silver MSX - 3. Best Of Bronze MSX - The Best Multicarts Music Games Namco Collection Neo Geo - 1. Best Of Gold Neo Geo - 2. Best Of Silver Neo Geo - 3. Best Of Bronze Neo Geo - The Best Neo Geo Pocket - 1. Best Of Gold Neo Geo Pocket - 2. Best Of Silver Neo Geo Pocket - 3. Best Of Bronze Neo Geo Pocket - The Best NES Black Box Nintendo 3DS - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo 3DS - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo 3DS - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo 3DS - The Best Nintendo 3DS - Top 20 Nintendo 64 - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo 64 - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo 64 - The Best Nintendo 64 - Top 100 Nintendo 64 - Top 20 Nintendo 64 - Top 50 Nintendo DS - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo DS - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo DS - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo DS - The Best Nintendo DS - Top 100 Nintendo DS - Top 20 Nintendo DS - Top 50 Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 100 Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 20 Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 50 Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 10 Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 5 Nintendo Game Boy - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo Game Boy - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo Game Boy - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo Game Boy - The Best Nintendo Game Boy - Top 100 Nintendo Game Boy - Top 20 Nintendo Game Boy - Top 50 Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo Game Boy Advance - The Best Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Top 100 Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Top 20 Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Top 50 Nintendo Game Boy Micro Nintendo Gamecube - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo Gamecube - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo Gamecube - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo Gamecube - The Best Nintendo Gamecube - Top 100 Nintendo Gamecube - Top 20 Nintendo Gamecube - Top 50 Nintendo NES - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo NES - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo NES - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo NES - The Best Nintendo SNES - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo SNES - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo SNES - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo SNES - The Best Nintendo SNES - Top 100 Nintendo SNES - Top 20 Nintendo SNES - Top 50 Nintendo Super Game Boy 2 Nintendo Virtual Boy - The Best Nintendo Virtual Boy - Top 10 Nintendo Wii - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo Wii - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo Wii - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo Wii - The Best Nintendo Wii - Top 100 Nintendo Wii - Top 20 Nintendo Wii - Top 50 Nintendo Wii U - 1. Best Of Gold Nintendo Wii U - 2. Best Of Silver Nintendo Wii U - 3. Best Of Bronze Nintendo Wii U - The Best Nintendo Wii U - Top 20 Nintendo WiiWare - The Best Nokia Odyssey 2 - The Best Origin Outrun Collection Pachinko PacMan Collection Panasonic 3DO - 1. Best Of Gold Panasonic 3DO - 2. Best Of Silver Panasonic 3DO - 3. Best Of Bronze Panasonic 3DO - The Best Panasonic JR-200 PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 1. Best Of Gold PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 2. Best Of Silver PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 3. Best Of Bronze PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - The Best PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 1. Best Of Gold PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 2. Best Of Silver PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 3. Best Of Bronze PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - The Best PC-FX - 1. Best Of Gold PC-FX - 2. Best Of Silver PC-FX - 3. Best Of Bronze PC-FX - The Best Philips CDI - 1. Best Of Gold Philips CDI - 2. Best Of Silver Philips CDI - 3. Best Of Bronze Philips CDI - The Best Pico Gr8s Pinball Arcade Pinball Collection Playstation 1 - 1. Best Of Gold Playstation 1 - 2. Best Of Silver Playstation 1 - 3. Best Of Bronze Playstation 1 - The Best Playstation 2 - 1. Best Of Gold Playstation 2 - 2. Best Of Silver Playstation 2 - 3. Best Of Bronze Playstation 2 - The Best Playstation Portable - 1. 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
  3. Flashpoint Importer for Launchers View File FIL (Flashpoint Importer for Launchers) FIL is an importer tool for several launchers/frontends that allows one to add platforms and playlists from [BlueMaxima's Flashpoint](https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/) project to their collection. It is fully automated and only requires the user to provide the paths to their launcher and Flashpoint installs, choose which Platforms/Playlists they wish to import, and select between a few import mode options. Once the import is started the current progress is displayed and any errors that occur are shown to the user, with resolvable errors including a prompt for what the user would like to do. After the process has completed, the specified launcher can be started and the games from Flashpoint can be played like those from any other Platform. For Platforms, the importer is capable of importing each game/animation along with any additional apps, images, and most of the metadata fields (i.e. Title, Description, etc, see below). Function This utility makes use of its sister project CLIFp (Command-line Interface for Flashpoint) to allow launchers to actually start and exit the games correctly. It is automatically deployed into your Flashpoint installation (updated if necessary) at the end of a successful import and the latest version of CLIFp will be included in each release of this utility so it is not generally something the end-user needs to concern themselves with. Before making any changes to your collection, any datafiles that will be altered are automatically backed up (only one backup is maintained at once so any previous backup will be overwritten) and if any unrecoverable errors occur during the import any partial changes are reverted and the backups are restored; however, it is strongly suggested that you consider making a manual backup of your launcher's configuration to be safe. No responsibility is held for the loss of data due to use of this tool. FIL can safely be used multiple times on the same collection to update the selected Platforms and Playlists if that have already been imported previously. The method with which to handle existing entries is selected within the program before each import. The import time will vary, correlated with how many Platforms/Playlists you have selected, but more significantly the image mode you choose, which is expanded on later. Importing the entire collection usually takes 5-10 minutes with the recommended settings but can take longer with a more basic PC. The vast majority of the processing time is due to the plethora of images that have to be copied/symlinked when games processed so the speed of your storage device is the most significant factor. Running the importer for updates should be significantly faster it first checks to see if the source image from the new import source is actually different than your current one before copying/linking it. You will still be able to use the standard Flashpoint launcher as normal after completing an import. Compatability Flashpoint Infinity/Flashpoint Ultimate This tool was made with the express purpose of using it with Flashpoint Ultimate (i.e. all games/animations pre-downloaded), but since the 0.2 rewrite of CLIFp it should work with Infinity as well. Just note that use with Infinity is not tested as rigorously. General While testing for 100% compatibility is infeasible given the size of Flashpoint, OFILb was designed with full compatibility in mind. The ":message:" feature of Flashpoint, commonly used to automatically show usage instructions for some games before they are started, is supported. The entries that use it are added as additional-apps to their respective games as they once were when Flashpoint came packaged with LaunchBox. All messages are displayed in a pop-up dialog via CLIFp. Viewing extras (which are simply a folder) is also supported and the corresponding additional apps that open these folders will be added when importing a platform. Since Flashpoint originally used LaunchBox as its launcher, most fields within Flashpoint have a one-to-one equivalent (or close enough equivalent) LaunchBox field. That being said there are a few fields that are unique to Flashpoint that do not have matching field and so they are simply excluded during the import, resulting in a relatively minor loss of information for each game in your collection. Version Matching Supported Launchers LaunchBox Flashpoint While testing for 100% compatibility is infeasible given the size of Flashpoint, FIL was designed with full compatibility in mind. The ":message:" feature of Flashpoint, commonly used to automatically show usage instructions for some games before they are started, is supported. The entries that use it are added as additional-apps to their respective games as they once were when Flashpoint came packaged with LaunchBox. All messages are displayed in a pop-up dialog via CLIFp. Viewing extras (which are simply a folder) is also supported and the corresponding additional apps that open these folders will be added when importing a platform. Each metadata field (i.e. Title, Author, etc.) is matched to the closest equivalent of a given launcher, or a custom field if there is no near equivalent and the launcher supports them; otherwise, the field will be omitted. Both Flashpoint Ultimate and Flashpoint Infinity are supported. Version Matching Each release of this application targets a specific version series of BlueMaxima's Flashpoint, which are composed of a major and minor version number, and are designed to work with all Flashpoint updates within that series. For example, a FIL release that targets Flashpoint 10.1 is intended to be used with any version of flashpoint that fits the scheme 10.1.x.x, such as 10.1, 10.1.0.3, 10.1.2, etc, but not 10.2. Using a version of FIL that does not target the version of Flashpoint you wish to use it with is highly discouraged as some features may not work correctly or at all and in some cases the utility may fail to function entirely or even damage the Flashpoint install it is used with. Please see the project's releases page on GitHub to check which tool version targets which Flashpoint version. Metadata Fields Currently the following fields in LaunchBox will be populated for each game, which is limited by what is available within Flashpoint: Title Series Developer Publisher Platform Sort Title Date Added Date Modified Broken Flag Play Mode Status Notes Source Release Date Version Library Language (as a Custom Field) Usage Please check the usage section for the tool on its GitHub page. It's easier to keep the instructions up to date when they are in one location. If you have a bug or feature request I ask that you submit an issue on the GitHub page for this tool, but if you just want to ask a question, discuss the tool in general, or are having issues getting it working for reasons you don't think are due to a bug then please just make a post here. Since sometimes the line between the two can be blurry don't feel afraid to use the wrong system, it isn't a huge deal. GitHub FIL: https://github.com/oblivioncth/OFILb CLIFp: https://github.com/oblivioncth/CLIFp Submitter oblivioncth Submitted 08/27/2020 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  4. Create Playlists from MAME category ini files View File Create Playlists from MAME category ini files for your Arcade Platform. This plugin allows you to generate Playlists in LaunchBox from .ini files. The same ones MAME uses in its UI to apply filters used to categorize viewing of your games. To be clear: This doesn't really expand much on the already available Arcade/MAME Playlist building feature in LaunchBox. But if there's a rare instance you come across a MAME category ini file that has a 'pre-built' "filter" list and isn't already available in LB, well here you go. Regardless, this was actually a just-for-fun, 'let's see if I can' type of thing. And figured I'd just put it out here for whatever reason. ..now on with the show.. Only games that actually exist in your Arcade Platform will be added to the created Playlist. So say you choose “Control.ini” and Select “Joystick 8-way”, there are 6827 roms listed with that ‘filter’. If your Arcade Platform only has 1007 of those 6827, only 1007 will be imported into the new Playlist. Many of these files can be found at www.progettosnaps.net. (Specifically here) And several more at https://mameinfo.mameworld.info/ (Look for the “MAMEUI 0.2xx Category-, Version and Alltime inifiles” link). There’s probably other sources available out there too. These files are typically (and should be) stored in the ../MAME/ini/folders/ folder. Requirements: This plugin file. Place it inside the ../LaunchBox/Plugins/ folder. Your MAME/Arcade Platform MUST be named “Arcade”. v3.0 A valid .ini file (or set of files) to read from. (see possible sources above) (sample from “Controls.ini”) [FOLDER_SETTINGS] RootFolderIcon mame SubFolderIcon folder [ROOT_FOLDER] [Dial] 2mindril 720 720g 720gr1 ..... [Joystick 8-way] 10yard 10yard85 10yardj 1941 ..... How to use: First download and unzip the file. Copy “Create Arcade Playlists.dll” to you LaunchBox/Plugins folder. Right click the file and select Properties. Check the box to “Unblock” (if present) then click OK. Now start LaunchBox. In LaunchBox, select “Tools”, then “Arcade Playlists from ini” (near the very bottom). [not to confused with "Create Missing Arcade/MAME Playlists.."] When the plugin loads, it will attempt to automatically locate your ../ini/folders/ location and populate the “Available ini files” section. If it wasn’t able to find it or you want to look in a different location, click “Browse” and navigate to the folder you want to use. Click on the ini file you want to use. This will populate the “Available sections/filters”. If there are no ‘[Sections]’ below “[ROOT_FOLDER]”, that means there are only rom names listed, and those will be added to the “List of roms to add” area. Click on one the “Available sections/filters” you want to use. This will add all the roms for that selection to the “List of roms to add” area. Select the Platform that has all your Arcade games. If it's called "Arcade", it will be selected automatically. (new v3.0) Click “Create Playlist” to create the playlist. Click Exit or create more. (new look v3.0) Once Exited, select Playlist or Platform Category and expand Arcade to see the new Playlist. Notes: This does not work with Additional Apps (mainly clones). This adds “Arcade” to the beginning of the selected section/filter for its “Unique Name:” (to maintain consistency). The “Nested Name” will be the same as selected section/filter. The Playlist will be added to the “Arcade (Category)” of the Platform Categories list. If you click Create Playlist and you don’t have any existing games that match, an empty Playlist will not be created. If a Playlist of the same name already exists, either delete your existing Playlist or edit it and change the name. It will not be overwritten nor modified. Submitter JoeViking245 Submitted 02/17/2021 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  5. Hey there, so I am almost done building my Bigbox collection and basically I have it setup this way: Default landing view is "Platform categories" (Arcade, Computers, Handhelds, Consoles and added Favourites as a Category also, and I may add more stuff along the way like never-played, completed for example) I only auto-generated playlists for MAME to have Sega Classics, Sega St-V, Capcom CPS1 2 3, SNK Aes etc, basically dividing my arcade category by Arcade platforms/brands (same as Consoles for example) and also leveraging @viking 's amazing device images and videos (I deleted all the playlists that are genre or play mode based). I moved those playlists 1 level higher in the hierarchy so that they are considered as platforms (basically now they show under the Arcade Category along with other non MAME arcade platforms like Naomi for example, and it looks amazing in the Colorful 4k theme and artworks/videos). I did that because otherwise they would show as subcategories of MAME when all other platforms show games directly so it felt wrong to me . Now here is the problem (very minor I admit), MAME still shows as a platform and of course all the games inside the auto-generated playlists will also show under MAME. (After a bit of simple math I have about 1400 games in the Playlists and about 2000 in total under MAME). So question is: Can I hide games under MAME without affecting them under the playlists? If not can I hide MAME entirely in my platform selection and only show the playlists? Hope that makes sense, and I am not doing something considered super weird.
  6. Version 2022.08.3

    1,115 downloads

    Hey everyone, me again. This will be my last upload for likely a considerable while as I've reached a few personal milestones that I wanted to achieve. I'm scaling back my efforts for the foreseeable future, I'm happy with what I have... for now. Current count - 510 Platforms, 501 Playlists. I've included all my Data files, excluding my license file. Platform and Playlist images included. Sorry the file is big... Platforms: .Videos.xml (a collection of all the videos from all platforms, themes, etc. I wanted this to see what the games looked like directly from a single place.) 3D Groove GX.xml 3D NES.xml 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.xml 3DVIA Player.xml AAE (Another Arcade Emulator).xml Aamber Pegasus.xml Acorn Archimedes.xml Acorn Atom.xml Acorn Computers.xml Acorn Electron.xml Acorn Risc PC.xml ActiveX.xml Adventure Game Studio.xml Alambik.xml Aleck 64.xml Aleste 520EX OS.xml Alf TV Game.xml Altos Computer Systems.xml American Laser Games.xml Amstrad CPC.xml Amstrad GX4000.xml Android (Bluestacks) OS.xml Android.xml APF Imagination Machine.xml APF MP1000.xml Apogee BK-01.xml Apple I.xml Apple II.xml Apple IIGS.xml Apple Lisa.xml Apple Macintosh.xml Applied Technology Microbee.xml Apricot PC-XI.xml Aquaplus P-ECE.xml Arcade Music Trivia Challenger.xml Arcade.xml Arduboy.xml Atari 2600.xml Atari 5200.xml Atari 7800.xml Atari 8-Bit.xml Atari Falcon.xml Atari Flashback.xml Atari G42.xml Atari GX2.xml Atari Jaguar CD.xml Atari Jaguar.xml Atari Lynx.xml Atari ST.xml Atari STE.xml Atari TT.xml Atlus.xml Atmosphere.xml Authorware.xml AXEL Player.xml Bally Astrocade.xml Bandai Apple Pippin.xml Bandai Denshi MangaJuku.xml Bandai Playdia.xml Bandai RX-78.xml Bandai Super Vision 8000.xml Bandai WonderSwan Color.xml Bandai WonderSwan.xml Banpresto.xml BBC Ceefax.xml BBC Microcomputer System.xml Benesse Pocket Challenge V2.xml Benesse Pocket Challenge W.xml Big Fish.xml Bit Corporation Gamate.xml BitPlayer.xml Bondwell Model 12_14 OS.xml Bondwell Model 2.xml Brezzasoft Crystal System.xml Burster.xml Camputers Lynx.xml Canon X-07.xml Capcom 68000.xml Capcom Play System 1.xml Capcom Play System 2.xml Capcom Play System 3.xml Capcom Sony ZN.xml Casio CFX 9850.xml Casio Loopy.xml Casio PB-1000.xml Casio PV-1000.xml Casio PV-2000.xml Cave.xml CDC110 OS.xml ChaiLove.xml CHIP-8.xml CoinOps FE.xml Coleco Adam.xml Coleco Telstar.xml ColecoVision.xml Comad Co.xml Commodore 128.xml Commodore 64.xml Commodore 65.xml Commodore Amiga 1000.xml Commodore Amiga 1200.xml Commodore Amiga 2000.xml Commodore Amiga 3000.xml Commodore Amiga 4000.xml Commodore Amiga 500.xml Commodore Amiga 600.xml Commodore Amiga CD32.xml Commodore Amiga.xml Commodore BX256-80HP OS.xml Commodore C16.xml Commodore CDTV.xml Commodore MAX Machine.xml Commodore PET.xml Commodore Plus 4.xml Commodore VIC-20.xml Convergent Technologies AWS & NGEN OS.xml Cult3D.xml Cybiko Xtreme.xml Cybiko.xml Daphne.xml DEC PDP.xml DEC Rainbow 100 OS.xml DEC VT-180 OS.xml DeepV.xml Dendy 750 in 1.xml Diamonds 3 Micro FE.xml DICE.xml Doujin.xml Dragon.xml DreamGEAR.xml EACA EG2000 Colour Genie.xml Elektronika BK.xml Emerson Arcadia 2001.xml Enterprise 64 & 128.xml Entex Adventure Vision.xml Entex Electronic Baseball.xml Eolith Gradation 2D System.xml Epoch Game Pocket Computer.xml Epoch Super Cassette Vision.xml Epson PX-8.xml ETL Mark II.xml ETL Mark IV A.xml ETL Mark IV.xml Examu Ex-Board.xml Exelvision Exeltel.xml Exelvision EXL 100.xml Exidy Sorcerer.xml eXoDOS.xml Fairchild Channel F.xml Fightcade FE.xml Final Burn Alpha.xml Final Burn Delta.xml Final Burn Neo.xml Flash (Flashpoint).xml Flash.xml Flashpoint 10.1 Ultimate FE.xml Fujitsu FM Towns Marty.xml Fujitsu FM-7.xml Fujitsu FMR.xml Fukutake Studybox.xml Funtech Super Acan.xml Future Pinball.xml Galaksija Plus.xml Galaksija.xml GamePark GP2X.xml GamePark GP32.xml GameWave.xml GCE Vectrex.xml GoBit.xml GOG (Good Old Games).xml Handhelds.xml Hartung Game Master.xml Hector HRX.xml Hewlett-Packard HP 48.xml HiVE.xml HomeLab.xml HTML5.xml Hyper Electronic Games.xml Hypercosm.xml Hyper-G.xml IBM Compatibles.xml IBM System_360 OS.xml IBM.xml IcarOS.xml IGS - International Games System.xml IGT Slots.xml Infocom.xml Interact Family Computer.xml Interton VC 4000.xml Irem M27.xml Irem M52.xml Irem M62.xml Irem M72.xml Irem M92.xml Irem M97.xml ITV Teletext.xml Java (Flashpoint).xml Java.xml Jupiter Ace.xml Kaneko.xml Kaypro.xml Keio University K-1.xml Konami Bubble System.xml Konami e-AMUSEMENT.xml Konami Picno.xml Konix MultiSystem.xml Leapfrog - Leapster Learning Game System.xml LiveMath.xml Locomalito.xml LowRes NX.xml Lucas Nascom I & II.xml Lutro.xml Luxor ABC 1600 OS.xml Luxor ABC 80.xml Luxor ABC 800.xml Lviv PC-01.xml Magnavox Odyssey 2.xml Magnavox Odyssey 3000.xml Magnavox Odyssey 4000.xml Magnavox Odyssey.xml Matra and Hachette Alice.xml Matsushita National JR.xml Mattel Aquarius.xml Mattel Hyperscan.xml Mattel Intellivision.xml Mega Duck.xml Memorex VIS.xml Memotech MTX512.xml Microkey Primo.xml Microsoft MSX TurboR.xml Microsoft MSX.xml Microsoft MSX2.xml Microsoft MSX2+.xml Microsoft Xbox.xml Microvision.xml MITS Altair 8800.xml MS-DOS.xml MUGEN.xml Multiple Fruit Machine Emulator.xml Namco ES3A.xml Namco NA-1.xml Namco NB-1.xml NCR Decision Mate V.xml NEC APC OS.xml NEC PC Engine SuperGrafx.xml NEC PC-6001.xml NEC PC-8001.xml NEC PC-8801.xml NEC PC-88VA.xml NEC PC-9801.xml NEC PC-9821.xml NEC PC-FX.xml NEC TurboGrafx-16.xml NEC TurboGrafx-CD.xml Nesica x Live.xml Nichibutsu My Vision.xml Nichibutsu.xml Nintendo 3DS.xml Nintendo 64.xml Nintendo 64DD.xml Nintendo Amiibo.xml Nintendo DS.xml Nintendo DSi.xml Nintendo Entertainment System.xml Nintendo e-Reader.xml Nintendo Famicom Disk System.xml Nintendo Game and Watch.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance.xml Nintendo Game Boy Color.xml Nintendo Game Boy.xml Nintendo GameCube.xml Nintendo iQue.xml Nintendo NES.xml Nintendo Play-Yan.xml Nintendo Pokemon Mini.xml Nintendo Satellaview.xml Nintendo SNES MSU-1.xml Nintendo SNES.xml Nintendo Sufami Turbo.xml Nintendo Super Game Boy.xml Nintendo Switch.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy.xml Nintendo Wii U.xml Nintendo Wii.xml Nintendo WiiWare.xml Nokia - N-Gage.xml North Star Advantage OS.xml Nuon.xml Octree View.xml OpenBOR.xml Osborne.xml Othello Multivision.xml Otrona Attache OS.xml Ouya.xml Pademonium Cinematics.xml (more videos) Palm Pilot.xml Panasonic 3DO.xml Parsec FE.xml Pecom 64.xml Pel Varazdin Orao.xml Phantom System.xml Philips CD-i.xml Philips P2000.xml Philips VG 5000.xml Philips Videopac+ G7400.xml Philips Videopac+.xml Pico-8.xml Pinball FX2.xml Pinball FX3.xml Pioneer Palcom LaserDisc.xml Play3D.xml Pocket Dream Console.xml PopCap Plugin.xml Popcap.xml Project Blank.xml ProtoPlay.xml Pub Fruit Machines.xml Pulse.xml Quiz Machines.xml Radio 86RK Mikrosha.xml Radio 86RK Partner.xml Radio 86RK YuT-88.xml Raine FE.xml Raw Thrills.xml RCA Studio II.xml RCA Superchip.xml REBOL.xml ResidualVM.xml Retro Arcade Neon FE.xml RetroBat FE.xml RetroFE.xml RM Nimbus PC-186.xml Robotron HC900, KC85 2, KC85 3 & KC85 4.xml Robotron KC Compact.xml Robotron Z1013.xml Robotron Z9001 & KC85 1.xml Run _n_ Gun.xml SABA Videoplay.xml SAM Coupé.xml Sammy Atomiswave.xml Sammy Seta Visco SSV.xml Samsung SPC-1000.xml Sanyo MBC-550 & 555 OS.xml ScummVM.xml Sega 32X.xml Sega Ages 2500.xml Sega Beena.xml Sega CD.xml Sega Chihiro.xml Sega Dreamcast VMU.xml Sega Dreamcast.xml Sega Europa- R.xml Sega Game Gear.xml Sega Genesis.xml Sega Hikaru.xml Sega Lindbergh.xml Sega Mark III.xml Sega Master System.xml Sega Mega CD 1+2.xml Sega Mega Tech System.xml Sega Megadrive MSU-1.xml Sega Model 1.xml Sega Model 2.xml Sega Model 3.xml Sega Naomi 2.xml Sega Naomi.xml Sega Nomad.xml Sega Pico.xml Sega Ring Edge.xml Sega Ring Wide.xml Sega Saturn.xml Sega SC-3000.xml Sega SF-7000.xml Sega SG-1000.xml Sega ST-V.xml Sega System 16.xml Sega System 18.xml Sega System 24.xml Sega System 32.xml Sega Triforce.xml Sega VR.xml Sega X Board.xml Sega Y Board.xml Seibu Kaihatsu.xml Seihou Project.xml Sharp MZ Family.xml Sharp X1.xml Sharp X68000.xml Sharp X68030, 2000.xml ShiVa3D.xml Shmups.xml Shockwave.xml Silverlight.xml Sinclair PC200.xml Sinclair QL.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum +3.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum.xml Sinclair ZX-80.xml Sinclair ZX-81.xml SNK Neo Geo AES.xml SNK Neo Geo CD.xml SNK Neo Geo MVS.xml SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color.xml SNK Neo Geo Pocket.xml SNK Neo Geo.xml Sol-20 Terminal Computer.xml Solarus.xml Sony Ericsson K800i.xml Sony Net Yaroze.xml Sony Playstation 2.xml Sony Playstation 3 - FE (RPCS3).xml Sony Playstation 4.xml Sony Playstation Vita.xml Sony Playstation.xml Sony PocketStation.xml Sony PSP Minis.xml Sony PSP.xml Sord M23 OS.xml Sord M5.xml Spectravideo SV-318-328.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System.xml TAB Quizard.xml Taito Systems.xml Taito Type X.xml Tandy TRS-80 MC-10.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model 100.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model 4.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model I.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model III.xml Tangerine Microtan 65.xml Tangerine Oric Atmos.xml Tapwave Zodiac.xml Tatung Einstein.xml TCL.xml Technos Arcade.xml Tecmo.xml TeknoParrot FE.xml Telenova Compis.xml Terak 8510A & 8600 OS.xml Tesla PMD 85.xml Texas Instruments CC-40.xml Texas Instruments TI-73.xml Texas Instruments TI-80.xml Texas Instruments TI-81.xml Texas Instruments TI-82.xml Texas Instruments TI-92.xml Texas Instruments TI-99 4A.xml Thomson MO5.xml Thomson TO7.xml Thomson TO8.xml Tic-80.xml Tiger Electronics.xml Tiger Game.com.xml Tiger Gizmondo.xml Tiki-100.xml Timex Sinclair.xml TinyGiant HT68k SBC OS.xml Toaplan.xml Tomy Pyuuta.xml Tomy Tutor.xml Toshiba Pasopia.xml Toshiba Visicom.xml Touhou Project.xml Tremor Games.xml Ultimate Doom.xml Unico Electronics.xml Unity.xml University of Cambridge EDSAC.xml Uzebox.xml Vector-06C.xml Victor 9000 _ Sirius 1.xml Video Challenger.xml Video System Co.xml VideoBrain Family Computer.xml Videoton TV Computer.xml Virtual Reality.xml Viscape.xml Visual Pinball.xml Visual Technology Visual 1050.xml Visual WebMap.xml Vitalize.xml VMWare.xml Voxatron FE.xml Voxatron.xml VRML.xml VTech CreatiVision.xml VTech Laser 200.xml VTech Laser 2001.xml VTech Laser 310.xml VTech Socrates.xml VTech V.Smile.xml Wang.xml WASM.xml Watara Supervision.xml Windows 3x.xml Windows.xml Wolfenstein 3d Mods.xml WonderSwan.xml WoW Action Max.xml Xara Plugin.xml Xerox 820 OS.xml Yamaha Copera.xml Zeebo.xml Zilog MCZ-2 OS.xml ZiNc.xml Zorba OS.xml Playlists: [BIOS].xml 5 STARS.xml Adventure Games.xml Alien Collection.xml All Arcade.xml All Atari.xml All Commodore.xml All Games.xml All Microsoft OS.xml All Nintendo.xml All Sega.xml All Sinclair.xml All Sony.xml All Sport Games.xml All Windows PC Games.xml Amstrad CPC - 1. Best of Gold.xml Amstrad CPC - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Amstrad CPC - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Amstrad CPC - The Best.xml Amstrad GX4000 - The Best.xml Apple III.xml Arcade - Atari.xml Arcade - Bally _ Midway.xml Arcade - Capcom.xml Arcade - Data East.xml Arcade - Konami.xml Arcade - Namco.xml Arcade - Neogeo.xml Arcade - Sega.xml Arcade - SNK.xml Arcade - Taito.xml Arcade - Toaplan.xml Arcade - Williams.xml Arcade 2-Player Games.xml Arcade 4-Player Games.xml Arcade Ace.xml Arcade Acorn Computers.xml Arcade Amcoe.xml Arcade American Laser.xml Arcade AMI.xml Arcade Amstar.xml Arcade Apple Computer.xml Arcade Aristocrat MK6.xml Arcade Aristocrat MKV.xml Arcade Aristocrat.xml Arcade Astra.xml Arcade Astro.xml Arcade Atari Classics.xml Arcade Ball & Paddle Games.xml Arcade Bally Midway.xml Arcade Bally.xml Arcade Banpresto.xml Arcade Beat Em Ups.xml Arcade BFM.xml Arcade Board & Card Games.xml Arcade Capcom Classics.xml Arcade Capcom Play System II.xml Arcade Capcom Play System III.xml Arcade Capcom Play System.xml Arcade Cave.xml Arcade Cinematronics.xml Arcade Comad.xml Arcade Commodore.xml Arcade Data East Classics.xml Arcade DECO Cassette System.xml Arcade Epoch.xml Arcade Exidy.xml Arcade Fighting Games.xml Arcade Flying Games.xml Arcade Gaelco.xml Arcade Gottlieb.xml Arcade Greyhound Electronics.xml Arcade IGS.xml Arcade Incredible Technologies.xml Arcade Irem Classics.xml Arcade Jaleco.xml Arcade Kaneko.xml Arcade Konami Classics.xml Arcade Konami System 573.xml Arcade Konami Viper.xml Arcade Leland.xml Arcade Light Gun Games.xml Arcade Mattel.xml Arcade Maze Games.xml Arcade Mazooma.xml Arcade Merit.xml Arcade Midway Classics.xml Arcade MultiGames.xml Arcade Namco Classics.xml Arcade Namco System 1.xml Arcade Namco System 11.xml Arcade Namco System 12.xml Arcade Namco System 2.xml Arcade Namco System 22.xml Arcade Namco System 23.xml Arcade Namco System 246.xml Arcade NEC.xml Arcade Neo-Geo MV-6F.xml Arcade Nichibutsu.xml Arcade Nintendo Classics.xml Arcade Nintendo PlayChoice-10.xml Arcade Nintendo Super System.xml Arcade Nintendo.xml Arcade NMK.xml Arcade Nova.xml Arcade Novotech.xml Arcade Platform Games.xml Arcade Playmatic.xml Arcade Puzzle Games.xml Arcade Qps.xml Arcade Racing Games.xml Arcade Rhythm Games.xml Arcade Roland.xml Arcade Romstar.xml Arcade Run & Gun Games.xml Arcade Sammy.xml Arcade Sega Classics.xml Arcade Sega G80.xml Arcade Sega Model 2.xml Arcade Sega OutRun.xml Arcade Sega ST-V.xml Arcade Sega Super Scaler.xml Arcade Sega System C.xml Arcade Sega System E.xml Arcade Sega SystemSP.xml Arcade Sega VCO Object.xml Arcade Sega Vic Dual.xml Arcade Seibu Kaihatsu.xml Arcade Seta.xml Arcade Shoot Em Ups.xml Arcade Shooter Games.xml Arcade SNK Classics.xml Arcade SNK Neo Geo MVS.xml Arcade Sports Games.xml Arcade Stern Electronics.xml Arcade Stern.xml Arcade Strata.xml Arcade Sunsoft.xml Arcade Taito Classics.xml Arcade Taito Corporation.xml Arcade Texas Instruments.xml Arcade Toaplan.xml Arcade Universal.xml Arcade Visco.xml Arcade Williams Classics.xml Arcade Yamaha.xml Arcade Yun Sung.xml Arcade Zaccaria.xml Atari 2600 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 2600 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 2600 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 2600 - The Best.xml Atari 5200 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 5200 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 5200 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 5200 - The Best.xml Atari 7800 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 7800 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 7800 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 7800 - The Best.xml Atari Jaguar - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari Jaguar - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari Jaguar - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari Jaguar - The Best.xml Atari Lynx - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari Lynx - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari Lynx - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari Lynx - The Best.xml Atari System 1.xml Atari System 2.xml AVGN.xml Back To The Future.xml Bally Astrocade - The Best.xml Batman Collection.xml Best Exodos games.xml Best of Adult Swim.xml Best of VS fighters.xml Best Windows games.xml BMX Collection.xml Cartoon Capers!.xml Casino Games Collection.xml Castlevania Collection.xml CHD Required.xml Classics.xml Cola Wars.xml ColecoVision - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ColecoVision - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ColecoVision - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ColecoVision - The Best.xml Commodore 264.xml Commodore 64 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Commodore 64 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Commodore 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Commodore 64 - The Best.xml Commodore 900.xml Commodore Amiga - 1. Gold Games.xml Commodore Amiga - 2. Silver Games.xml Commodore Amiga - 3. Bronze Games.xml Commodore Amiga - The Best.xml Contra Collection.xml Daewoo CPC OS.xml DEC 150, 300, 500 OS.xml Disney Collection.xml Donkey Kong Collection.xml Double Dragon Collection.xml Dual Stick Games.xml Educational Games.xml Emerson Arcadia 2001 - The Best.xml eXoDOS 3dfx Games.xml eXoDOS Games with CGA Composite.xml eXoDOS Games with Gravis Ultrasound.xml eXoDOS Games with MT-32.xml eXoDOS Games with Sound Canvas.xml eXoDOS Remote Multiplayer.xml Fairchild Channel F - The Best.xml Fatal Fury Collection.xml Fighter Classics.xml Fighting (Arcade 3D).xml Fighting Games.xml Final Fantasy Collection.xml First Past the Post.xml Flash Food.xml Flashpoint Hall of Fame.xml Flashpoint Super Hall of Fame.xml Frogger Collection.xml FUCK!.xml Fuuki.xml Gaelco.xml GCE Vectrex - The Best.xml Golden Age Games.xml Hacked Games.xml Halloween Haunts.xml Harry Potter Collection.xml Hasbro.xml Hentai.xml Hidden Gems.xml Homebrew.xml Horror Games.xml Hot Java Beans.xml Installed eXoDOS Games.xml Intellivision - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Intellivision - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Intellivision - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Intellivision - The Best.xml James Bond 007 Collection.xml Jet Set Willy Collection.xml Jingle Jollies.xml King Of Fighters Collection.xml Konami Collection.xml Legend of Zelda Collection.xml Mario Collection.xml Mature.xml Mcfly_s Favorite Systems.xml Mega Man Collection.xml Metal Gear Collection.xml Metal Slug Complete.xml Metroid Collection.xml Mindset PC.xml Mitchell Corporation.xml Molleindustria_s Recommendations.xml Mortal Kombat Kollection.xml Motor Games.xml Movies.xml MS-DOS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml MS-DOS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml MS-DOS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml MS-DOS - The Best.xml MSX - 1. Best Of Gold.xml MSX - 2. Best Of Silver.xml MSX - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml MSX - The Best.xml Music Games.xml Namco Collection.xml Neo Geo - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Neo Geo - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Neo Geo - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Neo Geo - The Best.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Neo Geo Pocket - The Best.xml NES Black Box.xml Nintendo 3DS - The Best.xml Nintendo 3DS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo 3DS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo 3DS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo 3DS - Top 20.xml Nintendo 64 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo 64 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo 64 - The Best.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 100.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 20.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 50.xml Nintendo DS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo DS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo DS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo DS - The Best.xml Nintendo DS - Top 100.xml Nintendo DS - Top 20.xml Nintendo DS - Top 50.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 100.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 20.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 50.xml Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 10.xml Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 5.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Game Boy - The Best.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - The Best.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 50.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 50.xml Nintendo Gameboy Micro.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Gamecube - The Best.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 50.xml Nintendo NES - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo NES - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo NES - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo NES - The Best.xml Nintendo Super Game Boy 2.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy - The Best.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy - Top 10.xml Nintendo Wii - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Wii - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Wii - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Wii - The Best.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 100.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 20.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 50.xml Nintendo Wii U - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Wii U - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Wii U - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Wii U - The Best.xml Nintendo Wii U - Top 20.xml Nintendo WiiWare - The Best.xml Odyssey 2 - The Best.xml Origin.xml Outrun Collection.xml Pachinko.xml PacMan Collection.xml Panasonic 3DO - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Panasonic 3DO - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Panasonic 3DO - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Panasonic 3DO - The Best.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - The Best.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - The Best.xml PC-FX - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC-FX - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC-FX - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC-FX - The Best.xml Philips CDI - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Philips CDI - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Philips CDI - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Philips CDI - The Best.xml Pico Gr8s.xml Pinball Arcade.xml Pinball Collection.xml Player-Produced Perils.xml Playstation 1 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation 1 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation 1 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation 1 - The Best.xml Playstation 2 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation 2 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation 2 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation 2 - The Best.xml Playstation Portable - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation Portable - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation Portable - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation Portable - The Best.xml Pokemon.xml Pool and Billiards.xml Prince of Persia Collection.xml Prototypes.xml PSiKYO.xml Published by Activision.xml Published by Atari.xml Published by Atlus.xml Published by Electronic Arts.xml Published by Nintendo.xml Published by Sega.xml Published by Sony.xml Quake.xml Rage for the Ages.xml RDI Halcyon.xml Resident Evil Collection.xml Retro Learning Pack.xml Role Playing Games.xml Sandbox Games.xml ScummVM - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ScummVM - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ScummVM - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ScummVM - The Best.xml Sega 32X - The Best.xml Sega CD - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega CD - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega CD - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega CD - The Best.xml Sega CDX.xml Sega Dreamcast - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Dreamcast - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Dreamcast - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Dreamcast - The Best.xml Sega Game Gear - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Game Gear - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Game Gear - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Game Gear - The Best.xml Sega Genesis - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Genesis - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Genesis - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Genesis - The Best.xml Sega Master System - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Master System - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Master System - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Master System - The Best.xml Sega Saturn - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Saturn - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Saturn - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Saturn - The Best.xml Sega SG-1000 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega SG-1000 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega SG-1000 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega SG-1000 - The Best.xml Sharp X68000 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sharp X68000 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sharp X68000 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sharp X68000 - The Best.xml Shockwave Shockers.xml Simpsons Collection.xml Slots Collection.xml SNK NeoGeo CD_Z.xml Sonic The Hedgehog Collection.xml Sony SMC-777 OS.xml South Park Collection.xml Space Invaders Collection.xml Spiderman Collection.xml Spinner Games.xml Spinner Racing Games.xml Star Wars Collection.xml Strategy Games.xml Street Fighter Collection.xml Super Nintendo - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Super Nintendo - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Super Nintendo - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Super Nintendo - The Best.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 100.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 20.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 50.xml Superheroes.xml Tasselfoot_s Favorites.xml Technos.xml Tomb Raider Collection.xml Tony_s Favorites.xml Toys to Enjoy.xml Trackball Games.xml UK Teletext Services.xml UK.xml Unreleased.xml Vertically Oriented Games.xml Visual Novel Games.xml Windows - Best of Bronze.xml Windows - Best of Gold.xml Windows - Best of Silver.xml Wolfenstein Collection.xml Wonderswan - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Wonderswan - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Wonderswan - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Wonderswan - The Best.xml Wrestling Games.xml Years - 1970s.xml Years - 1980s.xml Years - 1990s.xml Years - 2000s.xml Years - 2010s.xml Years - Pre 1970s.xml Years - Unknown.xml Yu-Gi-Oh! Collection.xml Yun Sung.xml ZX Spectrum - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ZX Spectrum - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ZX Spectrum - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ZX Spectrum - The Best.xml I'm missing a few playlist images for some VMWare titles and some newer Arcade 'X' playlists, I'll get around to them. The rest, I think, are there. Let me know if i'm missing anything else, or if you have something better. Comments welcome. Thanks everyone for all your comments and guidance throught the last 5 years, I really appreciate the passion and enthusiasm the community has shown. It has all helped me enormously. Game on.
  7. Version 1.2.0

    78 downloads

    I created these images so that my playlistst are nicely presented, using the colorful theme created by @faeran and @viking. I Zipped them and present them to you, the community. please enjoy. You will need to unzip these files in [colorful theme folder]\media\hardware set\ folder. once done and you've matched the images to your collections, you can fire up bigbox and if done properly these images will show up and then slide to right and fade away. Over on the forum I started a thread where I posted these, you can even make requests if you like. you can find the thread here :
  8. colorful Playlist 'hardware set' images. View File I created these images so that my playlistst are nicely presented, using the colorful theme created by @faeran and @viking. I Zipped them and present them to you, the community. please enjoy. You will need to unzip these files in [colorful theme folder]\media\hardware set\ folder. once done and you've matched the images to your collections, you can fire up bigbox and if done properly these images will show up and then slide to right and fade away. Over on the forum I started a thread where I posted these, you can even make requests if you like. you can find the thread here : Submitter Klopjero Submitted 10/01/2022 Category Playlist Media Packs  
  9. Mcfly Platforms + Playlists with Images | 2022.08 (1011 count) | “Do You Think He’s Maybe Compensating For Something?” View File Hey everyone, me again. This will be my last upload for likely a considerable while as I've reached a few personal milestones that I wanted to achieve. I'm scaling back my efforts for the foreseeable future, I'm happy with what I have... for now. Current count - 510 Platforms, 501 Playlists. I've included all my Data files, excluding my license file. Platform and Playlist images included. Sorry the file is big... Platforms: .Videos.xml (a collection of all the videos from all platforms, themes, etc. I wanted this to see what the games looked like directly from a single place.) 3D Groove GX.xml 3D NES.xml 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.xml 3DVIA Player.xml AAE (Another Arcade Emulator).xml Aamber Pegasus.xml Acorn Archimedes.xml Acorn Atom.xml Acorn Computers.xml Acorn Electron.xml Acorn Risc PC.xml ActiveX.xml Adventure Game Studio.xml Alambik.xml Aleck 64.xml Aleste 520EX OS.xml Alf TV Game.xml Altos Computer Systems.xml American Laser Games.xml Amstrad CPC.xml Amstrad GX4000.xml Android (Bluestacks) OS.xml Android.xml APF Imagination Machine.xml APF MP1000.xml Apogee BK-01.xml Apple I.xml Apple II.xml Apple IIGS.xml Apple Lisa.xml Apple Macintosh.xml Applied Technology Microbee.xml Apricot PC-XI.xml Aquaplus P-ECE.xml Arcade Music Trivia Challenger.xml Arcade.xml Arduboy.xml Atari 2600.xml Atari 5200.xml Atari 7800.xml Atari 8-Bit.xml Atari Falcon.xml Atari Flashback.xml Atari G42.xml Atari GX2.xml Atari Jaguar CD.xml Atari Jaguar.xml Atari Lynx.xml Atari ST.xml Atari STE.xml Atari TT.xml Atlus.xml Atmosphere.xml Authorware.xml AXEL Player.xml Bally Astrocade.xml Bandai Apple Pippin.xml Bandai Denshi MangaJuku.xml Bandai Playdia.xml Bandai RX-78.xml Bandai Super Vision 8000.xml Bandai WonderSwan Color.xml Bandai WonderSwan.xml Banpresto.xml BBC Ceefax.xml BBC Microcomputer System.xml Benesse Pocket Challenge V2.xml Benesse Pocket Challenge W.xml Big Fish.xml Bit Corporation Gamate.xml BitPlayer.xml Bondwell Model 12_14 OS.xml Bondwell Model 2.xml Brezzasoft Crystal System.xml Burster.xml Camputers Lynx.xml Canon X-07.xml Capcom 68000.xml Capcom Play System 1.xml Capcom Play System 2.xml Capcom Play System 3.xml Capcom Sony ZN.xml Casio CFX 9850.xml Casio Loopy.xml Casio PB-1000.xml Casio PV-1000.xml Casio PV-2000.xml Cave.xml CDC110 OS.xml ChaiLove.xml CHIP-8.xml CoinOps FE.xml Coleco Adam.xml Coleco Telstar.xml ColecoVision.xml Comad Co.xml Commodore 128.xml Commodore 64.xml Commodore 65.xml Commodore Amiga 1000.xml Commodore Amiga 1200.xml Commodore Amiga 2000.xml Commodore Amiga 3000.xml Commodore Amiga 4000.xml Commodore Amiga 500.xml Commodore Amiga 600.xml Commodore Amiga CD32.xml Commodore Amiga.xml Commodore BX256-80HP OS.xml Commodore C16.xml Commodore CDTV.xml Commodore MAX Machine.xml Commodore PET.xml Commodore Plus 4.xml Commodore VIC-20.xml Convergent Technologies AWS & NGEN OS.xml Cult3D.xml Cybiko Xtreme.xml Cybiko.xml Daphne.xml DEC PDP.xml DEC Rainbow 100 OS.xml DEC VT-180 OS.xml DeepV.xml Dendy 750 in 1.xml Diamonds 3 Micro FE.xml DICE.xml Doujin.xml Dragon.xml DreamGEAR.xml EACA EG2000 Colour Genie.xml Elektronika BK.xml Emerson Arcadia 2001.xml Enterprise 64 & 128.xml Entex Adventure Vision.xml Entex Electronic Baseball.xml Eolith Gradation 2D System.xml Epoch Game Pocket Computer.xml Epoch Super Cassette Vision.xml Epson PX-8.xml ETL Mark II.xml ETL Mark IV A.xml ETL Mark IV.xml Examu Ex-Board.xml Exelvision Exeltel.xml Exelvision EXL 100.xml Exidy Sorcerer.xml eXoDOS.xml Fairchild Channel F.xml Fightcade FE.xml Final Burn Alpha.xml Final Burn Delta.xml Final Burn Neo.xml Flash (Flashpoint).xml Flash.xml Flashpoint 10.1 Ultimate FE.xml Fujitsu FM Towns Marty.xml Fujitsu FM-7.xml Fujitsu FMR.xml Fukutake Studybox.xml Funtech Super Acan.xml Future Pinball.xml Galaksija Plus.xml Galaksija.xml GamePark GP2X.xml GamePark GP32.xml GameWave.xml GCE Vectrex.xml GoBit.xml GOG (Good Old Games).xml Handhelds.xml Hartung Game Master.xml Hector HRX.xml Hewlett-Packard HP 48.xml HiVE.xml HomeLab.xml HTML5.xml Hyper Electronic Games.xml Hypercosm.xml Hyper-G.xml IBM Compatibles.xml IBM System_360 OS.xml IBM.xml IcarOS.xml IGS - International Games System.xml IGT Slots.xml Infocom.xml Interact Family Computer.xml Interton VC 4000.xml Irem M27.xml Irem M52.xml Irem M62.xml Irem M72.xml Irem M92.xml Irem M97.xml ITV Teletext.xml Java (Flashpoint).xml Java.xml Jupiter Ace.xml Kaneko.xml Kaypro.xml Keio University K-1.xml Konami Bubble System.xml Konami e-AMUSEMENT.xml Konami Picno.xml Konix MultiSystem.xml Leapfrog - Leapster Learning Game System.xml LiveMath.xml Locomalito.xml LowRes NX.xml Lucas Nascom I & II.xml Lutro.xml Luxor ABC 1600 OS.xml Luxor ABC 80.xml Luxor ABC 800.xml Lviv PC-01.xml Magnavox Odyssey 2.xml Magnavox Odyssey 3000.xml Magnavox Odyssey 4000.xml Magnavox Odyssey.xml Matra and Hachette Alice.xml Matsushita National JR.xml Mattel Aquarius.xml Mattel Hyperscan.xml Mattel Intellivision.xml Mega Duck.xml Memorex VIS.xml Memotech MTX512.xml Microkey Primo.xml Microsoft MSX TurboR.xml Microsoft MSX.xml Microsoft MSX2.xml Microsoft MSX2+.xml Microsoft Xbox.xml Microvision.xml MITS Altair 8800.xml MS-DOS.xml MUGEN.xml Multiple Fruit Machine Emulator.xml Namco ES3A.xml Namco NA-1.xml Namco NB-1.xml NCR Decision Mate V.xml NEC APC OS.xml NEC PC Engine SuperGrafx.xml NEC PC-6001.xml NEC PC-8001.xml NEC PC-8801.xml NEC PC-88VA.xml NEC PC-9801.xml NEC PC-9821.xml NEC PC-FX.xml NEC TurboGrafx-16.xml NEC TurboGrafx-CD.xml Nesica x Live.xml Nichibutsu My Vision.xml Nichibutsu.xml Nintendo 3DS.xml Nintendo 64.xml Nintendo 64DD.xml Nintendo Amiibo.xml Nintendo DS.xml Nintendo DSi.xml Nintendo Entertainment System.xml Nintendo e-Reader.xml Nintendo Famicom Disk System.xml Nintendo Game and Watch.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance.xml Nintendo Game Boy Color.xml Nintendo Game Boy.xml Nintendo GameCube.xml Nintendo iQue.xml Nintendo NES.xml Nintendo Play-Yan.xml Nintendo Pokemon Mini.xml Nintendo Satellaview.xml Nintendo SNES MSU-1.xml Nintendo SNES.xml Nintendo Sufami Turbo.xml Nintendo Super Game Boy.xml Nintendo Switch.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy.xml Nintendo Wii U.xml Nintendo Wii.xml Nintendo WiiWare.xml Nokia - N-Gage.xml North Star Advantage OS.xml Nuon.xml Octree View.xml OpenBOR.xml Osborne.xml Othello Multivision.xml Otrona Attache OS.xml Ouya.xml Pademonium Cinematics.xml (more videos) Palm Pilot.xml Panasonic 3DO.xml Parsec FE.xml Pecom 64.xml Pel Varazdin Orao.xml Phantom System.xml Philips CD-i.xml Philips P2000.xml Philips VG 5000.xml Philips Videopac+ G7400.xml Philips Videopac+.xml Pico-8.xml Pinball FX2.xml Pinball FX3.xml Pioneer Palcom LaserDisc.xml Play3D.xml Pocket Dream Console.xml PopCap Plugin.xml Popcap.xml Project Blank.xml ProtoPlay.xml Pub Fruit Machines.xml Pulse.xml Quiz Machines.xml Radio 86RK Mikrosha.xml Radio 86RK Partner.xml Radio 86RK YuT-88.xml Raine FE.xml Raw Thrills.xml RCA Studio II.xml RCA Superchip.xml REBOL.xml ResidualVM.xml Retro Arcade Neon FE.xml RetroBat FE.xml RetroFE.xml RM Nimbus PC-186.xml Robotron HC900, KC85 2, KC85 3 & KC85 4.xml Robotron KC Compact.xml Robotron Z1013.xml Robotron Z9001 & KC85 1.xml Run _n_ Gun.xml SABA Videoplay.xml SAM Coupé.xml Sammy Atomiswave.xml Sammy Seta Visco SSV.xml Samsung SPC-1000.xml Sanyo MBC-550 & 555 OS.xml ScummVM.xml Sega 32X.xml Sega Ages 2500.xml Sega Beena.xml Sega CD.xml Sega Chihiro.xml Sega Dreamcast VMU.xml Sega Dreamcast.xml Sega Europa- R.xml Sega Game Gear.xml Sega Genesis.xml Sega Hikaru.xml Sega Lindbergh.xml Sega Mark III.xml Sega Master System.xml Sega Mega CD 1+2.xml Sega Mega Tech System.xml Sega Megadrive MSU-1.xml Sega Model 1.xml Sega Model 2.xml Sega Model 3.xml Sega Naomi 2.xml Sega Naomi.xml Sega Nomad.xml Sega Pico.xml Sega Ring Edge.xml Sega Ring Wide.xml Sega Saturn.xml Sega SC-3000.xml Sega SF-7000.xml Sega SG-1000.xml Sega ST-V.xml Sega System 16.xml Sega System 18.xml Sega System 24.xml Sega System 32.xml Sega Triforce.xml Sega VR.xml Sega X Board.xml Sega Y Board.xml Seibu Kaihatsu.xml Seihou Project.xml Sharp MZ Family.xml Sharp X1.xml Sharp X68000.xml Sharp X68030, 2000.xml ShiVa3D.xml Shmups.xml Shockwave.xml Silverlight.xml Sinclair PC200.xml Sinclair QL.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum +3.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16.xml Sinclair ZX Spectrum.xml Sinclair ZX-80.xml Sinclair ZX-81.xml SNK Neo Geo AES.xml SNK Neo Geo CD.xml SNK Neo Geo MVS.xml SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color.xml SNK Neo Geo Pocket.xml SNK Neo Geo.xml Sol-20 Terminal Computer.xml Solarus.xml Sony Ericsson K800i.xml Sony Net Yaroze.xml Sony Playstation 2.xml Sony Playstation 3 - FE (RPCS3).xml Sony Playstation 4.xml Sony Playstation Vita.xml Sony Playstation.xml Sony PocketStation.xml Sony PSP Minis.xml Sony PSP.xml Sord M23 OS.xml Sord M5.xml Spectravideo SV-318-328.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System.xml TAB Quizard.xml Taito Systems.xml Taito Type X.xml Tandy TRS-80 MC-10.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model 100.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model 4.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model I.xml Tandy TRS-80 Model III.xml Tangerine Microtan 65.xml Tangerine Oric Atmos.xml Tapwave Zodiac.xml Tatung Einstein.xml TCL.xml Technos Arcade.xml Tecmo.xml TeknoParrot FE.xml Telenova Compis.xml Terak 8510A & 8600 OS.xml Tesla PMD 85.xml Texas Instruments CC-40.xml Texas Instruments TI-73.xml Texas Instruments TI-80.xml Texas Instruments TI-81.xml Texas Instruments TI-82.xml Texas Instruments TI-92.xml Texas Instruments TI-99 4A.xml Thomson MO5.xml Thomson TO7.xml Thomson TO8.xml Tic-80.xml Tiger Electronics.xml Tiger Game.com.xml Tiger Gizmondo.xml Tiki-100.xml Timex Sinclair.xml TinyGiant HT68k SBC OS.xml Toaplan.xml Tomy Pyuuta.xml Tomy Tutor.xml Toshiba Pasopia.xml Toshiba Visicom.xml Touhou Project.xml Tremor Games.xml Ultimate Doom.xml Unico Electronics.xml Unity.xml University of Cambridge EDSAC.xml Uzebox.xml Vector-06C.xml Victor 9000 _ Sirius 1.xml Video Challenger.xml Video System Co.xml VideoBrain Family Computer.xml Videoton TV Computer.xml Virtual Reality.xml Viscape.xml Visual Pinball.xml Visual Technology Visual 1050.xml Visual WebMap.xml Vitalize.xml VMWare.xml Voxatron FE.xml Voxatron.xml VRML.xml VTech CreatiVision.xml VTech Laser 200.xml VTech Laser 2001.xml VTech Laser 310.xml VTech Socrates.xml VTech V.Smile.xml Wang.xml WASM.xml Watara Supervision.xml Windows 3x.xml Windows.xml Wolfenstein 3d Mods.xml WonderSwan.xml WoW Action Max.xml Xara Plugin.xml Xerox 820 OS.xml Yamaha Copera.xml Zeebo.xml Zilog MCZ-2 OS.xml ZiNc.xml Zorba OS.xml Playlists: [BIOS].xml 5 STARS.xml Adventure Games.xml Alien Collection.xml All Arcade.xml All Atari.xml All Commodore.xml All Games.xml All Microsoft OS.xml All Nintendo.xml All Sega.xml All Sinclair.xml All Sony.xml All Sport Games.xml All Windows PC Games.xml Amstrad CPC - 1. Best of Gold.xml Amstrad CPC - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Amstrad CPC - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Amstrad CPC - The Best.xml Amstrad GX4000 - The Best.xml Apple III.xml Arcade - Atari.xml Arcade - Bally _ Midway.xml Arcade - Capcom.xml Arcade - Data East.xml Arcade - Konami.xml Arcade - Namco.xml Arcade - Neogeo.xml Arcade - Sega.xml Arcade - SNK.xml Arcade - Taito.xml Arcade - Toaplan.xml Arcade - Williams.xml Arcade 2-Player Games.xml Arcade 4-Player Games.xml Arcade Ace.xml Arcade Acorn Computers.xml Arcade Amcoe.xml Arcade American Laser.xml Arcade AMI.xml Arcade Amstar.xml Arcade Apple Computer.xml Arcade Aristocrat MK6.xml Arcade Aristocrat MKV.xml Arcade Aristocrat.xml Arcade Astra.xml Arcade Astro.xml Arcade Atari Classics.xml Arcade Ball & Paddle Games.xml Arcade Bally Midway.xml Arcade Bally.xml Arcade Banpresto.xml Arcade Beat Em Ups.xml Arcade BFM.xml Arcade Board & Card Games.xml Arcade Capcom Classics.xml Arcade Capcom Play System II.xml Arcade Capcom Play System III.xml Arcade Capcom Play System.xml Arcade Cave.xml Arcade Cinematronics.xml Arcade Comad.xml Arcade Commodore.xml Arcade Data East Classics.xml Arcade DECO Cassette System.xml Arcade Epoch.xml Arcade Exidy.xml Arcade Fighting Games.xml Arcade Flying Games.xml Arcade Gaelco.xml Arcade Gottlieb.xml Arcade Greyhound Electronics.xml Arcade IGS.xml Arcade Incredible Technologies.xml Arcade Irem Classics.xml Arcade Jaleco.xml Arcade Kaneko.xml Arcade Konami Classics.xml Arcade Konami System 573.xml Arcade Konami Viper.xml Arcade Leland.xml Arcade Light Gun Games.xml Arcade Mattel.xml Arcade Maze Games.xml Arcade Mazooma.xml Arcade Merit.xml Arcade Midway Classics.xml Arcade MultiGames.xml Arcade Namco Classics.xml Arcade Namco System 1.xml Arcade Namco System 11.xml Arcade Namco System 12.xml Arcade Namco System 2.xml Arcade Namco System 22.xml Arcade Namco System 23.xml Arcade Namco System 246.xml Arcade NEC.xml Arcade Neo-Geo MV-6F.xml Arcade Nichibutsu.xml Arcade Nintendo Classics.xml Arcade Nintendo PlayChoice-10.xml Arcade Nintendo Super System.xml Arcade Nintendo.xml Arcade NMK.xml Arcade Nova.xml Arcade Novotech.xml Arcade Platform Games.xml Arcade Playmatic.xml Arcade Puzzle Games.xml Arcade Qps.xml Arcade Racing Games.xml Arcade Rhythm Games.xml Arcade Roland.xml Arcade Romstar.xml Arcade Run & Gun Games.xml Arcade Sammy.xml Arcade Sega Classics.xml Arcade Sega G80.xml Arcade Sega Model 2.xml Arcade Sega OutRun.xml Arcade Sega ST-V.xml Arcade Sega Super Scaler.xml Arcade Sega System C.xml Arcade Sega System E.xml Arcade Sega SystemSP.xml Arcade Sega VCO Object.xml Arcade Sega Vic Dual.xml Arcade Seibu Kaihatsu.xml Arcade Seta.xml Arcade Shoot Em Ups.xml Arcade Shooter Games.xml Arcade SNK Classics.xml Arcade SNK Neo Geo MVS.xml Arcade Sports Games.xml Arcade Stern Electronics.xml Arcade Stern.xml Arcade Strata.xml Arcade Sunsoft.xml Arcade Taito Classics.xml Arcade Taito Corporation.xml Arcade Texas Instruments.xml Arcade Toaplan.xml Arcade Universal.xml Arcade Visco.xml Arcade Williams Classics.xml Arcade Yamaha.xml Arcade Yun Sung.xml Arcade Zaccaria.xml Atari 2600 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 2600 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 2600 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 2600 - The Best.xml Atari 5200 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 5200 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 5200 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 5200 - The Best.xml Atari 7800 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari 7800 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari 7800 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari 7800 - The Best.xml Atari Jaguar - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari Jaguar - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari Jaguar - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari Jaguar - The Best.xml Atari Lynx - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Atari Lynx - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Atari Lynx - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Atari Lynx - The Best.xml Atari System 1.xml Atari System 2.xml AVGN.xml Back To The Future.xml Bally Astrocade - The Best.xml Batman Collection.xml Best Exodos games.xml Best of Adult Swim.xml Best of VS fighters.xml Best Windows games.xml BMX Collection.xml Cartoon Capers!.xml Casino Games Collection.xml Castlevania Collection.xml CHD Required.xml Classics.xml Cola Wars.xml ColecoVision - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ColecoVision - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ColecoVision - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ColecoVision - The Best.xml Commodore 264.xml Commodore 64 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Commodore 64 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Commodore 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Commodore 64 - The Best.xml Commodore 900.xml Commodore Amiga - 1. Gold Games.xml Commodore Amiga - 2. Silver Games.xml Commodore Amiga - 3. Bronze Games.xml Commodore Amiga - The Best.xml Contra Collection.xml Daewoo CPC OS.xml DEC 150, 300, 500 OS.xml Disney Collection.xml Donkey Kong Collection.xml Double Dragon Collection.xml Dual Stick Games.xml Educational Games.xml Emerson Arcadia 2001 - The Best.xml eXoDOS 3dfx Games.xml eXoDOS Games with CGA Composite.xml eXoDOS Games with Gravis Ultrasound.xml eXoDOS Games with MT-32.xml eXoDOS Games with Sound Canvas.xml eXoDOS Remote Multiplayer.xml Fairchild Channel F - The Best.xml Fatal Fury Collection.xml Fighter Classics.xml Fighting (Arcade 3D).xml Fighting Games.xml Final Fantasy Collection.xml First Past the Post.xml Flash Food.xml Flashpoint Hall of Fame.xml Flashpoint Super Hall of Fame.xml Frogger Collection.xml FUCK!.xml Fuuki.xml Gaelco.xml GCE Vectrex - The Best.xml Golden Age Games.xml Hacked Games.xml Halloween Haunts.xml Harry Potter Collection.xml Hasbro.xml Hentai.xml Hidden Gems.xml Homebrew.xml Horror Games.xml Hot Java Beans.xml Installed eXoDOS Games.xml Intellivision - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Intellivision - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Intellivision - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Intellivision - The Best.xml James Bond 007 Collection.xml Jet Set Willy Collection.xml Jingle Jollies.xml King Of Fighters Collection.xml Konami Collection.xml Legend of Zelda Collection.xml Mario Collection.xml Mature.xml Mcfly_s Favorite Systems.xml Mega Man Collection.xml Metal Gear Collection.xml Metal Slug Complete.xml Metroid Collection.xml Mindset PC.xml Mitchell Corporation.xml Molleindustria_s Recommendations.xml Mortal Kombat Kollection.xml Motor Games.xml Movies.xml MS-DOS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml MS-DOS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml MS-DOS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml MS-DOS - The Best.xml MSX - 1. Best Of Gold.xml MSX - 2. Best Of Silver.xml MSX - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml MSX - The Best.xml Music Games.xml Namco Collection.xml Neo Geo - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Neo Geo - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Neo Geo - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Neo Geo - The Best.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Neo Geo Pocket - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Neo Geo Pocket - The Best.xml NES Black Box.xml Nintendo 3DS - The Best.xml Nintendo 3DS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo 3DS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo 3DS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo 3DS - Top 20.xml Nintendo 64 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo 64 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo 64 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo 64 - The Best.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 100.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 20.xml Nintendo 64 - Top 50.xml Nintendo DS - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo DS - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo DS - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo DS - The Best.xml Nintendo DS - Top 100.xml Nintendo DS - Top 20.xml Nintendo DS - Top 50.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 100.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 20.xml Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 50.xml Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 10.xml Nintendo Game & Watch - Top 5.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Game Boy - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Game Boy - The Best.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Game Boy Advance - The Best.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gameboy - Top 50.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gameboy Advance - Top 50.xml Nintendo Gameboy Micro.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Gamecube - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Gamecube - The Best.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 100.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 20.xml Nintendo Gamecube - Top 50.xml Nintendo NES - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo NES - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo NES - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo NES - The Best.xml Nintendo Super Game Boy 2.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy - The Best.xml Nintendo Virtual Boy - Top 10.xml Nintendo Wii - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Wii - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Wii - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Wii - The Best.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 100.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 20.xml Nintendo Wii - Top 50.xml Nintendo Wii U - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Nintendo Wii U - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Nintendo Wii U - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Nintendo Wii U - The Best.xml Nintendo Wii U - Top 20.xml Nintendo WiiWare - The Best.xml Odyssey 2 - The Best.xml Origin.xml Outrun Collection.xml Pachinko.xml PacMan Collection.xml Panasonic 3DO - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Panasonic 3DO - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Panasonic 3DO - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Panasonic 3DO - The Best.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx 16 - The Best.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC Engine & TurboGrafx CD - The Best.xml PC-FX - 1. Best Of Gold.xml PC-FX - 2. Best Of Silver.xml PC-FX - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml PC-FX - The Best.xml Philips CDI - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Philips CDI - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Philips CDI - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Philips CDI - The Best.xml Pico Gr8s.xml Pinball Arcade.xml Pinball Collection.xml Player-Produced Perils.xml Playstation 1 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation 1 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation 1 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation 1 - The Best.xml Playstation 2 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation 2 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation 2 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation 2 - The Best.xml Playstation Portable - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Playstation Portable - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Playstation Portable - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Playstation Portable - The Best.xml Pokemon.xml Pool and Billiards.xml Prince of Persia Collection.xml Prototypes.xml PSiKYO.xml Published by Activision.xml Published by Atari.xml Published by Atlus.xml Published by Electronic Arts.xml Published by Nintendo.xml Published by Sega.xml Published by Sony.xml Quake.xml Rage for the Ages.xml RDI Halcyon.xml Resident Evil Collection.xml Retro Learning Pack.xml Role Playing Games.xml Sandbox Games.xml ScummVM - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ScummVM - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ScummVM - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ScummVM - The Best.xml Sega 32X - The Best.xml Sega CD - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega CD - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega CD - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega CD - The Best.xml Sega CDX.xml Sega Dreamcast - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Dreamcast - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Dreamcast - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Dreamcast - The Best.xml Sega Game Gear - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Game Gear - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Game Gear - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Game Gear - The Best.xml Sega Genesis - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Genesis - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Genesis - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Genesis - The Best.xml Sega Master System - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Master System - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Master System - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Master System - The Best.xml Sega Saturn - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega Saturn - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega Saturn - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega Saturn - The Best.xml Sega SG-1000 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sega SG-1000 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sega SG-1000 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sega SG-1000 - The Best.xml Sharp X68000 - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Sharp X68000 - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Sharp X68000 - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Sharp X68000 - The Best.xml Shockwave Shockers.xml Simpsons Collection.xml Slots Collection.xml SNK NeoGeo CD_Z.xml Sonic The Hedgehog Collection.xml Sony SMC-777 OS.xml South Park Collection.xml Space Invaders Collection.xml Spiderman Collection.xml Spinner Games.xml Spinner Racing Games.xml Star Wars Collection.xml Strategy Games.xml Street Fighter Collection.xml Super Nintendo - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Super Nintendo - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Super Nintendo - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Super Nintendo - The Best.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 100.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 20.xml Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Top 50.xml Superheroes.xml Tasselfoot_s Favorites.xml Technos.xml Tomb Raider Collection.xml Tony_s Favorites.xml Toys to Enjoy.xml Trackball Games.xml UK Teletext Services.xml UK.xml Unreleased.xml Vertically Oriented Games.xml Visual Novel Games.xml Windows - Best of Bronze.xml Windows - Best of Gold.xml Windows - Best of Silver.xml Wolfenstein Collection.xml Wonderswan - 1. Best Of Gold.xml Wonderswan - 2. Best Of Silver.xml Wonderswan - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml Wonderswan - The Best.xml Wrestling Games.xml Years - 1970s.xml Years - 1980s.xml Years - 1990s.xml Years - 2000s.xml Years - 2010s.xml Years - Pre 1970s.xml Years - Unknown.xml Yu-Gi-Oh! Collection.xml Yun Sung.xml ZX Spectrum - 1. Best Of Gold.xml ZX Spectrum - 2. Best Of Silver.xml ZX Spectrum - 3. Best Of Bronze.xml ZX Spectrum - The Best.xml I'm missing a few playlist images for some VMWare titles and some newer Arcade 'X' playlists, I'll get around to them. The rest, I think, are there. Let me know if i'm missing anything else, or if you have something better. Comments welcome. Thanks everyone for all your comments and guidance throught the last 5 years, I really appreciate the passion and enthusiasm the community has shown. It has all helped me enormously. Game on. Submitter Mcfly. Submitted 07/20/2022 Category Playlists & Playlist Media  
  10. Version 2022.07

    129 downloads

    500 Playlists, images will follow shortly. Check my main page for details. I got to 500 with the help of JoeViking245's awesome plugin... If only I'd had this sooner I'd have saved myself a lot of time... Check it out below. As always, let me know if I've missed anything or if there's something wrong.
  11. July 2022 - 500 Playlists - That'll do Donkey, that'll do. View File 500 Playlists, images will follow shortly. Check my main page for details. I got to 500 with the help of JoeViking245's awesome plugin... If only I'd had this sooner I'd have saved myself a lot of time... Check it out below. As always, let me know if I've missed anything or if there's something wrong. Submitter Mcfly. Submitted 07/17/2022 Category Playlists  
  12. Version 0.6.0.3

    474 downloads

    FIL (Flashpoint Importer for Launchers) FIL is an importer tool for several launchers/frontends that allows one to add platforms and playlists from [BlueMaxima's Flashpoint](https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/) project to their collection. It is fully automated and only requires the user to provide the paths to their launcher and Flashpoint installs, choose which Platforms/Playlists they wish to import, and select between a few import mode options. Once the import is started the current progress is displayed and any errors that occur are shown to the user, with resolvable errors including a prompt for what the user would like to do. After the process has completed, the specified launcher can be started and the games from Flashpoint can be played like those from any other Platform. For Platforms, the importer is capable of importing each game/animation along with any additional apps, images, and most of the metadata fields (i.e. Title, Description, etc, see below). Function This utility makes use of its sister project CLIFp (Command-line Interface for Flashpoint) to allow launchers to actually start and exit the games correctly. It is automatically deployed into your Flashpoint installation (updated if necessary) at the end of a successful import and the latest version of CLIFp will be included in each release of this utility so it is not generally something the end-user needs to concern themselves with. Before making any changes to your collection, any datafiles that will be altered are automatically backed up (only one backup is maintained at once so any previous backup will be overwritten) and if any unrecoverable errors occur during the import any partial changes are reverted and the backups are restored; however, it is strongly suggested that you consider making a manual backup of your launcher's configuration to be safe. No responsibility is held for the loss of data due to use of this tool. FIL can safely be used multiple times on the same collection to update the selected Platforms and Playlists if that have already been imported previously. The method with which to handle existing entries is selected within the program before each import. The import time will vary, correlated with how many Platforms/Playlists you have selected, but more significantly the image mode you choose, which is expanded on later. Importing the entire collection usually takes 5-10 minutes with the recommended settings but can take longer with a more basic PC. The vast majority of the processing time is due to the plethora of images that have to be copied/symlinked when games processed so the speed of your storage device is the most significant factor. Running the importer for updates should be significantly faster it first checks to see if the source image from the new import source is actually different than your current one before copying/linking it. You will still be able to use the standard Flashpoint launcher as normal after completing an import. Compatability Flashpoint Infinity/Flashpoint Ultimate This tool was made with the express purpose of using it with Flashpoint Ultimate (i.e. all games/animations pre-downloaded), but since the 0.2 rewrite of CLIFp it should work with Infinity as well. Just note that use with Infinity is not tested as rigorously. General While testing for 100% compatibility is infeasible given the size of Flashpoint, OFILb was designed with full compatibility in mind. The ":message:" feature of Flashpoint, commonly used to automatically show usage instructions for some games before they are started, is supported. The entries that use it are added as additional-apps to their respective games as they once were when Flashpoint came packaged with LaunchBox. All messages are displayed in a pop-up dialog via CLIFp. Viewing extras (which are simply a folder) is also supported and the corresponding additional apps that open these folders will be added when importing a platform. Since Flashpoint originally used LaunchBox as its launcher, most fields within Flashpoint have a one-to-one equivalent (or close enough equivalent) LaunchBox field. That being said there are a few fields that are unique to Flashpoint that do not have matching field and so they are simply excluded during the import, resulting in a relatively minor loss of information for each game in your collection. Version Matching Supported Launchers LaunchBox Flashpoint While testing for 100% compatibility is infeasible given the size of Flashpoint, FIL was designed with full compatibility in mind. The ":message:" feature of Flashpoint, commonly used to automatically show usage instructions for some games before they are started, is supported. The entries that use it are added as additional-apps to their respective games as they once were when Flashpoint came packaged with LaunchBox. All messages are displayed in a pop-up dialog via CLIFp. Viewing extras (which are simply a folder) is also supported and the corresponding additional apps that open these folders will be added when importing a platform. Each metadata field (i.e. Title, Author, etc.) is matched to the closest equivalent of a given launcher, or a custom field if there is no near equivalent and the launcher supports them; otherwise, the field will be omitted. Both Flashpoint Ultimate and Flashpoint Infinity are supported. Version Matching Each release of this application targets a specific version series of BlueMaxima's Flashpoint, which are composed of a major and minor version number, and are designed to work with all Flashpoint updates within that series. For example, a FIL release that targets Flashpoint 10.1 is intended to be used with any version of flashpoint that fits the scheme 10.1.x.x, such as 10.1, 10.1.0.3, 10.1.2, etc, but not 10.2. Using a version of FIL that does not target the version of Flashpoint you wish to use it with is highly discouraged as some features may not work correctly or at all and in some cases the utility may fail to function entirely or even damage the Flashpoint install it is used with. Please see the project's releases page on GitHub to check which tool version targets which Flashpoint version. Metadata Fields Currently the following fields in LaunchBox will be populated for each game, which is limited by what is available within Flashpoint: Title Series Developer Publisher Platform Sort Title Date Added Date Modified Broken Flag Play Mode Status Notes Source Release Date Version Library Language (as a Custom Field) Usage Please check the usage section for the tool on its GitHub page. It's easier to keep the instructions up to date when they are in one location. If you have a bug or feature request I ask that you submit an issue on the GitHub page for this tool, but if you just want to ask a question, discuss the tool in general, or are having issues getting it working for reasons you don't think are due to a bug then please just make a post here. Since sometimes the line between the two can be blurry don't feel afraid to use the wrong system, it isn't a huge deal. GitHub FIL: https://github.com/oblivioncth/OFILb CLIFp: https://github.com/oblivioncth/CLIFp
  13. Mcfly Playlist Media Packs View File There are all my current Playlist Images for my Playlists - check my other downloads for those. This file extracts to 4.94GB. 14,445 files in 7,128 folders. There are NO Videos in this pack. Let me know if anything is missing, I've been up for hours... Comments are welcome! Submitter Mcfly. Submitted 08/06/2021 Category Playlist Media Packs  
  14. Version 2021.3

    400 downloads

    There are all my current Playlist Images for my Playlists - check my other downloads for those. This file extracts to 4.94GB. 14,445 files in 7,128 folders. There are NO Videos in this pack. Let me know if anything is missing, I've been up for hours... Comments are welcome!
  15. Version 3.0

    550 downloads

    Create Playlists from MAME category ini files for your Arcade Platform. This plugin allows you to generate Playlists in LaunchBox from .ini files. The same ones MAME uses in its UI to apply filters used to categorize viewing of your games. To be clear: This doesn't really expand much on the already available Arcade/MAME Playlist building feature in LaunchBox. But if there's a rare instance you come across a MAME category ini file that has a 'pre-built' "filter" list and isn't already available in LB, well here you go. Regardless, this was actually a just-for-fun, 'let's see if I can' type of thing. And figured I'd just put it out here for whatever reason. ..now on with the show.. Only games that actually exist in your Arcade Platform will be added to the created Playlist. So say you choose “Control.ini” and Select “Joystick 8-way”, there are 6827 roms listed with that ‘filter’. If your Arcade Platform only has 1007 of those 6827, only 1007 will be imported into the new Playlist. Many of these files can be found at www.progettosnaps.net. (Specifically here) And several more at https://mameinfo.mameworld.info/ (Look for the “MAMEUI 0.2xx Category-, Version and Alltime inifiles” link). There’s probably other sources available out there too. These files are typically (and should be) stored in the ../MAME/ini/folders/ folder. Requirements: This plugin file. Place it inside the ../LaunchBox/Plugins/ folder. Your MAME/Arcade Platform MUST be named “Arcade”. v3.0 A valid .ini file (or set of files) to read from. (see possible sources above) (sample from “Controls.ini”) [FOLDER_SETTINGS] RootFolderIcon mame SubFolderIcon folder [ROOT_FOLDER] [Dial] 2mindril 720 720g 720gr1 ..... [Joystick 8-way] 10yard 10yard85 10yardj 1941 ..... How to use: First download and unzip the file. Copy “Create Arcade Playlists.dll” to you LaunchBox/Plugins folder. Right click the file and select Properties. Check the box to “Unblock” (if present) then click OK. Now start LaunchBox. In LaunchBox, select “Tools”, then “Arcade Playlists from ini” (near the very bottom). [not to confused with "Create Missing Arcade/MAME Playlists.."] When the plugin loads, it will attempt to automatically locate your ../ini/folders/ location and populate the “Available ini files” section. If it wasn’t able to find it or you want to look in a different location, click “Browse” and navigate to the folder you want to use. Click on the ini file you want to use. This will populate the “Available sections/filters”. If there are no ‘[Sections]’ below “[ROOT_FOLDER]”, that means there are only rom names listed, and those will be added to the “List of roms to add” area. Click on one the “Available sections/filters” you want to use. This will add all the roms for that selection to the “List of roms to add” area. Select the Platform that has all your Arcade games. If it's called "Arcade", it will be selected automatically. (new v3.0) Click “Create Playlist” to create the playlist. Click Exit or create more. (new look v3.0) Once Exited, select Playlist or Platform Category and expand Arcade to see the new Playlist. Notes: This does not work with Additional Apps (mainly clones). This adds “Arcade” to the beginning of the selected section/filter for its “Unique Name:” (to maintain consistency). The “Nested Name” will be the same as selected section/filter. The Playlist will be added to the “Arcade (Category)” of the Platform Categories list. If you click Create Playlist and you don’t have any existing games that match, an empty Playlist will not be created. If a Playlist of the same name already exists, either delete your existing Playlist or edit it and change the name. It will not be overwritten nor modified.
  16. Version 1.0.1

    3,236 downloads

    I've recently been clarifying and curating the genre list in my collection to be as intuitive as possible. I eventually simplified it down to 21 categories where each game had 1 genre. Problem is, when it was time to check out the playlist I made, many did not have a clear logo. I decided to try my hand at making some! The idea was to take an iconic game logo/boxart/title screen and turn it into the genre logo. This is my first time taking on a project like this, so comments and criticism is more than welcome! __LogoShowcase.mp4
  17. Version 4.1.2

    6,776 downloads

    This is a MASSIVE collection of clear logos focusing on Genres (categories) and with some Collections included. There is a download pack for 40 different platforms. There are 1000'S of clear logos in this collection. They work fine with all the available themes that I've tried. There is a separate download pack for each platform. Each downloaded zip contains 2 folders (one is a folder with the clear logos which is pretty much a drag-n-drop thing, the 2nd is a folder with matching playlists (auto-generated) if you wish to try them, (keep in mind the playlists are far from perfect and still being updated), along with Readme.txt that explains where everything goes. I was inspired to do this when I switched to the Retro Console Theme by cemfundog and some logo work done by scooter1974. It got me started when I wanted to create a couple for myself and well, that couple just keeps growing now.... Thanks to both of you for your help. Per request, I added the complete set in a single file called for easier downloading. It contains everything that's in all the individual downloads. (it is the very last file in the downloads or use the link) Complete Collection v4.1.1.zip (at the bottom of the list) You can get the matching videos here: Extreme Gamer Collection (works with COLORFUL and most other themes) Ultimate Playlist Beginner Setup Guide & Starter Collection (with New Video Sets, smaller in size and easier to download) Massive #1 - 100's of Videos that match these clear logos - The screenshots above are NOT using the matching videos Massive #2 - Another set of almost 500 genre/category Videos that match these - Cemfundog and I collaborated on this and using his design I created these to go with his animated Retro Console Theme v2. TV Commercial Platform Videos Download Retro Console Theme: Retro Console Theme or Retro Console Theme V2 These logos really pop if you set BigBox to use Platform Categories as the view. Of course, the better your genres are defined, the better your playlists (and logos) will work for you. That's why I included my matching playlists to help you get started if you have been putting it off like I did for years..haha. Make copies or backups of your files (the one mentioned in the Readme) then you can try these and if you don't like them, you can delete them and easily put things back like you had them. As it stands right now, there are close to 20,000 files in the collection. If you are working with limited storage space, you can always download the systems you need, pick out the ones you want to use and delete the rest. Each system download has the same content concerning the genres/categories, meaning if one system has a clear logo for "Baseball", every system will have a clear logo for "Baseball. I done it this way so if you add a new game and you choose a new genre for it that is new to your setup, and the genre files have already been installed from here, they will be picked up automatically for you. (If I create a new category, genre or collection, it will be added it to all the systems.) Concerning the Play Mode images: I have tried to make all the images that pertain to the # of players, local, online, single player, multiple player, local co-op, split screen, 2-Player Alternating, etc., specific to each individual platform. Like the Xbox 360 images have 360 controllers on them or the Wii U images have a Wii U on one side and the Wii U Controller on the other. Just a added touch. All systems will play mode images for up to 8 players (starting in version 2) in both Simultaneous and Alternating, so I tried to fit many different setups, as we all have have different likes. My objective it to finish through my library with the genres I have, then I will either begin all over again maybe focusing on Collections I have or try to make matching video snaps, not sure yet. I will try to accept requests now for other genres/categories....I ask you be patient as I am only one old feller and I'll do the best I can. PLEASE keep requests to things that will have at least 5-10 games that will pertain to it. I am trying to focus it around single word genre/categories best I can. This is a work-in-progress and on-going I'm sure. The better the metadata, the better searches and organization it makes. Here are the systems included so far: (Updated to v4 on 06-15-20) 3DO Interactive Arcade Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari Jaguar Atari Lynx Atari ST ColecoVision Commodore Amiga Mattel Intellivision Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 NEC TurboGrafx-16 Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo GameCube Nintendo Switch Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U ScummVM Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Saturn Sharp X68000 - NEW SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation 4 (no playlists) - New emulators are starting to show progress now so just preparing Sony PSP Super Nintendo Entertainment System Windows Wonderswan Color Feel free to leave comments, questions and suggestions and I will get back as soon as I can.
  18. Hi there, I'm using version 10.14. I imported a bunch of mame games and then did the "Create Missing Arcade/MAME Playlists". All I have is 1 platform: Arcade. And a bunch of different playlist types. Also did finish the "Download Platform/Playlist Theme Videos." Everything looks fine in Launchbox, I can see the clear logos of each playlist, but when I go to Bigbox and hit the "show Playlists" button, nothing shows up. If I use the arrow keys, it feels like I can scroll through them because I hear the sound of scrolling, but the playlist logos are not showing up. I already did refresh Image cache and force all images. Not sure what else to do. Any help is appreciated. See attached screenshot.
  19. Version 2021.3

    1,580 downloads

    This has 371 Playlists. I believe I'm at the end of compiling by build. As ever, there are always more that can be added but I think for now I'm going to take a break. Here are all the Playlists I've found and created along the way, hopefully this is helpful to some. Check out my other downloads, there's a pack full of the Images that goes along with this. Comments are welcome!
  20. MASSIVE - 1000's of Clear Logos focusing on Genres/Categories (Part of The Papaw TV Collection) View File This is a MASSIVE collection of clear logos focusing on Genres (categories) and with some Collections included. There is a download pack for 40 different platforms. There are 1000'S of clear logos in this collection. They work fine with all the available themes that I've tried. There is a separate download pack for each platform. Each downloaded zip contains 2 folders (one is a folder with the clear logos which is pretty much a drag-n-drop thing, the 2nd is a folder with matching playlists (auto-generated) if you wish to try them, (keep in mind the playlists are far from perfect and still being updated), along with Readme.txt that explains where everything goes. I was inspired to do this when I switched to the Retro Console Theme by cemfundog and some logo work done by scooter1974. It got me started when I wanted to create a couple for myself and well, that couple just keeps growing now.... Thanks to both of you for your help. Per request, I added the complete set in a single file called for easier downloading. It contains everything that's in all the individual downloads. (it is the very last file in the downloads or use the link) Complete Collection v4.1.1.zip You can get the matching videos here: Extreme Gamer Collection (works with COLORFUL and most other themes) Ultimate Playlist Beginner Setup Guide & Starter Collection (with New Video Sets, smaller in size and easier to download) Massive #1 - 100's of Videos that match these clear logos - The screenshots above are NOT using the matching videos Massive #2 - Another set of almost 500 genre/category Videos that match these - Cemfundog and I collaborated on this and using his design I created these to go with his animated Retro Console Theme v2. TV Commercial Platform Videos Download Retro Console Theme: Retro Console Theme or Retro Console Theme V2 These logos really pop if you set BigBox to use Platform Categories as the view. Of course, the better your genres are defined, the better your playlists (and logos) will work for you. That's why I included my matching playlists to help you get started if you have been putting it off like I did for years..haha. Make copies or backups of your files (the one mentioned in the Readme) then you can try these and if you don't like them, you can delete them and easily put things back like you had them. As it stands right now, there are close to 20,000 files in the collection. If you are working with limited storage space, you can always download the systems you need, pick out the ones you want to use and delete the rest. Each system download has the same content concerning the genres/categories, meaning if one system has a clear logo for "Baseball", every system will have a clear logo for "Baseball. I done it this way so if you add a new game and you choose a new genre for it that is new to your setup, and the genre files have already been installed from here, they will be picked up automatically for you. (If I create a new category, genre or collection, it will be added it to all the systems.) Concerning the Play Mode images: I have tried to make all the images that pertain to the # of players, local, online, single player, multiple player, local co-op, split screen, 2-Player Alternating, etc., specific to each individual platform. Like the Xbox 360 images have 360 controllers on them or the Wii U images have a Wii U on one side and the Wii U Controller on the other. Just a added touch. All systems will play mode images for up to 8 players (starting in version 2) in both Simultaneous and Alternating, so I tried to fit many different setups, as we all have have different likes. My objective it to finish through my library with the genres I have, then I will either begin all over again maybe focusing on Collections I have or try to make matching video snaps, not sure yet. I will try to accept requests now for other genres/categories....I ask you be patient as I am only one old feller and I'll do the best I can. PLEASE keep requests to things that will have at least 5-10 games that will pertain to it. I am trying to focus it around single word genre/categories best I can. This is a work-in-progress and on-going I'm sure. The better the metadata, the better searches and organization it makes. Here are the systems included so far: (Updated to v4 on 06-15-20) 3DO Interactive Arcade Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari Jaguar Atari Lynx Atari ST ColecoVision Commodore Amiga Mattel Intellivision Microsoft Xbox Microsoft Xbox 360 NEC TurboGrafx-16 Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 64 Nintendo DS Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Game Boy Advance Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo GameCube Nintendo Switch Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii U ScummVM Sega 32X Sega CD Sega Dreamcast Sega Game Gear Sega Genesis Sega Saturn Sharp X68000 - NEW SNK Neo Geo AES SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Sony Playstation Sony Playstation 2 Sony Playstation 3 Sony Playstation 4 (no playlists) - New emulators are starting to show progress now so just preparing Sony PSP Super Nintendo Entertainment System Windows Wonderswan Color Feel free to leave comments, questions and suggestions and I will get back as soon as I can. Submitter The Papaw Submitted 02/21/2020 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  21. Mcfly Playlists View File This has 371 Playlists. I believe I'm at the end of compiling by build. As ever, there are always more that can be added but I think for now I'm going to take a break. Here are all the Playlists I've found and created along the way, hopefully this is helpful to some. Check out my other downloads, there's a pack full of the Images that goes along with this. Comments are welcome! Submitter Mcfly. Submitted 08/06/2021 Category Playlists  
  22. I almost have my cabinet all put together, and the settings perfect. I run all my games from playlists, so my kids don’t get into anything they shouldn’t. My question is, is there any trick to assign playlists a marquee image on a second display? I have this set up with consoles and individual games, but it would be nice to have it for my playlists.
  23. Iconic Genre Playlist Clear Logo Set View File I've recently been clarifying and curating the genre list in my collection to be as intuitive as possible. I eventually simplified it down to 21 categories where each game had 1 genre. Problem is, when it was time to check out the playlist I made, many did not have a clear logo. I decided to try my hand at making some! The idea was to take an iconic game logo/boxart/title screen and turn it into the genre logo. This is my first time taking on a project like this, so comments and criticism is more than welcome! __LogoShowcase.mp4 Submitter Yorrick36 Submitted 09/08/2020 Category Playlist Clear Logos
  24. Or... are PlaylistId's even needed in playlists? LB seems to be able to load playlists that don't have a PlaylistId. I'm writing external code to generate playlists and am wondering what to do about the PlaylistId for each playlist. Any suggestions?
  25. Version 1.0.0

    155 downloads

    This logo is useful if you have have configured a Platform Category to hold all of your playlists. It's a small contribution compared to the great works of others on the site, but I thought others could use it too. I found the white version to look better, but you have a choice of white or black.
×
×
  • Create New...