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  1. These custom console themed overlays were edited and assembled by me to play your retro console games with a unique nostalgic bezel on Retroarch. Please enjoy and have fun. Please give me credit and the others involved if you use it on your Youtube channel. Thanks. Most of the original artwork came from ReignStumble. Credit is given to RetroKenesis for the bezel frames. You can download all my console themed overlays here - http://bit.ly/2nbRtPs Here's a Tutorial on how to add them to Retroarch. https://youtu.be/sy5bemxVgHY
  2. I have mi Sega hiraku working but the thing is the execution that shows the emulator on the back and have to manually select a a game from the list and then ALT+Enter to play in full screen. Hope you can help! Thanks in advance!
  3. So I have caught the widescreen bug for games that were made before the widescreen revolution. This is mostly 3D games of the 5th and 6th Console Generation. Whilst there are quite a few games that have native widescreen support there are hacks and cheats to unlock the aspect ratio to display a true Anamorphic 16:9 Widescreen image. NO IN GAME STRETCHING HERE. What is True Anamorphic 16:9? - When you set a 4:3 game to run 16:9 and that title doesn't support it, the image will be stretched. True Anamorphic is adjusted for the 16:9 space so everything is rendered and displayed with no stretching. There are 3 ways to achieve this below. Native Widescreen? - Some games actually have widescreen support from the older generations. I was surprised to discover Goldeneye has native widescreen support, which would have made 4 player deathmatching wayyyyy better. Cheat Codes? - For games that have no Widescreen support there are some coding geniuses out there that have made easily implementable cheat codes to achieve Anamorphic 16:9. A small number of games need directly patching however most use cheat codes. These are made on a per game basis and yield far better results than Emulator Hacks. Emulator Hacks? Most emulators and cores now have a "Widescreen Hack" option. This option only works on a handful of games and is generally not the way to go as pop-in is really obvious outside the 4:3 space. PLEASE UNDERSTAND EMULATOR HACKS ARE NOT CHEAT CODES. THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE. POP-IN Pop-in is the enemy of getting games to run in 16:9. Because games were made to display in 4:3, anything that is displayed outside of that space will pop-in and out unless something is done to manipulate the code to render everything in the 16:9 space. This is due to devs simply not needing to use recourses on displaying anything outside 4:3 in those days. As I mentioned above, emulator hacks have terrible pop-in outside the 4:3 space. This is why cheat codes are the way to go if a game doesn't have native widescreen support. Cheat codes generally just work....... but not always. UI, HUD, FMV & Menu Stretching When using any widescreen solution there is more often than not, some 2D elements that will be stretched or not adjusted to display in the 16:9 space e.g speed dials in racers. Even native widescreen games have 2D asset stretching as the devs didn't adjust any or some of these elements. There are some examples where this doesn't happen, mostly with cheat codes as the coding genius behind it figured out how to resize or move UI elements. Sometimes selection cursors wont line up with what you are selecting as a result of the clashing 4:3 2D assets and adjusted 16:9 assets. FMV is generally stretched also, but not always. These are really small issues and not deal breakers. Just a small price to pay for glorious in game 16:9. Regional Differences / 60Hz Some titles for PAL/JP regions are easier/better to make codes/patches for over their USA counterparts. I had to change up my set to accommodate widescreen. I will be listing what region version is needed. Most games run at 60Hz thanks to codes but if not it will be in the notes section on the list. What am I doing? What is the project all about? Testing. Lot's of time consuming testing. Not all cheat codes work and have noticeable pop-in, ruining the experience. Emulator hacks work on very few games. I am testing most if not all games for certain platforms to see what works correctly with no pop-in using cheat codes or emulator hacks. Also finding out what region version works better as I have come across differences in pop-in. I am collating lists of working games with notes and presenting them to everyone to enjoy. These will be definitive up to date lists. For platforms like GC I will be providing ini's with the cheat codes to save everyone some time. If it has bad pop-in it gets cut. I'm also trying to consolidate information. Sega Dreamcast 16:9 Widescreen Games via Flycast List The Flycast core has all of the up to date Widescreen Cheat Codes hard coded to the core itself. No copy and pasting. All you need to do is go to Quick Menu -> Options -> Emulation Hacks -> and enable "Widescreen Cheats". Please make sure "Widescreen Hacks" is NOT ENABLED. You will need to set RetroArch itself to 16:9. "Auto" won't work. YOU ONLY NEED DO THIS FOR NATIVE WIDESCREEN GAMES You can set the Flycast core resolution to how you want it. You may want to save an Game Options Override on a per game basis for RetroArch. Here is the GitHub link to the widescreen cheats for the Flycast Core that I referenced. All available codes are present at this time - https://github.com/flyinghead/flycast/blob/master/core/cheats.cpp Native 16:9 Support - Requires RetroArch itself to be set to 16:9 & requires in game display options to be set to 16:9/Wide AeroWings (USA) Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers (USA) F355 Challenge: Passione Rossa (USA) MSR - Metropolis Street Racer (USA) Rayman 2: The Great Escape (USA) Starlancer (USA) Test Drive: V-Rally (USA) Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 (USA) Toy Commander (USA) Toy Racer (USA) TrickStyle (USA) Wacky Races (USA) Games With Working Widescreen 16:9 Cheats via Flycast Core - Requires "Widescreen Cheats" to be Enabled 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (USA) 4 Wheel Thunder (USA) AeroWings 2: Airstrike (Europe) Game Runs at 50Hz - 25fps Alien Front Online (USA) Blue Stinger (USA) Bomber Hehhe! (Japan) Bomberman Online (USA) Buggy Heat (Japan) Cannon Spike (USA) Slightly miss aligns target overlay when locking on. Carrier (USA) ChuChu Rocket! (Europe) Charge 'n Blast (Europe) Coaster Works (Europe) Cosmic Smash (Japan) Crazy Taxi (USA) Crazy Taxi 2 (USA) Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Oratorio Tangram (USA) D2 (USA) Daytona USA (USA) Dead or Alive 2 (USA) Death Crimson OX (USA) Draconus: Cult of the Wyrm (USA) Dragon Riders: Chronicles of Pern (USA) Widescreen Cheat causes game to run slower. Dynamite Cop (USA) Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future (Europe) Evolution 2: Far Off Promise (USA) Evolution: The World of Sacred Device (Europe) Fighting Vipers 2 (Europe) Floigan Bros.: Episode 1 (Europe) Fur Fighters (Europe) Gauntlet Legends (Europe) Has a black bar at top of screen. Playable. Godzilla Generations (Japan) Godzilla Generations Maximum Impact (Japan) Golem no Maigo (Japan) Headhunter (Europe) Illbleed (USA) Karous (Japan) La Mans 24 Hours (Europe) Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (USA) Looney Tunes: Space Race (USA) Maken X (USA) Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (USA) Millenium Racer - Y2K Fighters (Unl) Mortal Kombat Gold (USA) Nightmare Creatures II (USA) Widescreen Cheat causes game to run slower. Outtrigger (Europe) Pen Pen (Europe) Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein (USA) Power Stone (USA) Power Stone 2 (USA) Project Justice (USA) Propeller Arena (Unl) Rainbow Cotton (Japan) Re-Volt (Europe) Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 (Europe) Record of Lodoss War (Europe) Hud and menu elements don't line up. Playable. Red Dog: Superior Firepower (Europe) Resident Evil Code: Veronica (USA) Rez (USA) Rippin' Riders Snowboarding (USA) Samba de Amigo (Europe) Seaman (USA) Sega GT (Europe) Sega Marine Fishing (USA) Seven Mansions: Ghastly Smile (Japan) Seventh Cross: Evolution (USA) Shadow Man (Europe) Silent Scope (Europe) Miss aligns target overlay on enemies when zoomed out. Playable. Skies of Arcadia (USA) SoulCalibur (USA) Space Channel 5: Part 2 (Japan) Spawn: In the Demon's Hand (USA) Star Wars: Episode I: Racer (USA) Super Magnetic Neo (USA) Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition (Europe) Surf Rocket Racers (Europe) Game Runs at 50Hz - 25fps Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing (Europe) Slight pop-in on bike models. Playable Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage (USA) Slight pop-in. Playable Time Stalkers (Europe) Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (USA) Vanishing Point (Europe) Virtua Fighter 3tb (Euope) Virtua Tennis 2 (Europe) Wetrix+ (Europe) Zero Gunner 2 (Japan) Code causes some pop-in. Playable. Zombie Revenge (USA) Zusar Vasar (Japan) Games That Work With 'Widescreen Hack' In Flycast Retroarch Core Chaos Field (Japan) F1 World Grand Prix (USA) F1 World Grand Prix II (Europe Fire Pro Wrestling D (Japan) Heavy Metal: Geomatrix (USA) Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (USA) Mr. Driller (USA) Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (USA) WWF Royal Rumble (USA) Games with Widescreen Cheat Codes but DO NOT WORK / Causes Pop-in Biohazard: Code: Veronica Complete (Japan) Cheat will pick this version up and apply cheat codes. They do not work. Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001 (Japan) You can see the edges of the backgrounds. Capcom vs SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro (Japan) Cheat Misplaces health bars and menu systems. Confidential Mission (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Deadly Skies (Europe) PAL Version of Airforce Delta. Cheat causes too much pop-in. Death Crimson 2: Meranito no Saidan (Japan) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Frame Gride (Japan) Cheat causes too much character pop-in. Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise From the Ashes (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Jet Grind Radio (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Kao the Kangaroo (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Max Steel (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Napple Tale: Arsia In Daydream (Japan) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Shenmue (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Shenmue II (Europe) Cheat causes too much pop-in. Silent Scope (Europe) Miss alignes target overlay on enemies. on when zoomed out. still playable Slave Zero (Europe) Cheat causes emu to go to console/bios menu Sonic Adventure (USA) Cheat causes pop-in on the right hand side of the screen only. Sonic Adventure 2 (USA) Cheat causes pop-in on the right hand side of the screen only. Sonic Shuffle (USA) Cheat causes pop-in and graphical glitches. Tennis 2K2 (USA) Cheat only stretches to 16:9. The House of the Dead 2 (USA) Cheat causes aiming to be off. Black bars during cut scenes. The Ring: Terror's Realm (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. TNN Motorsports Hardcore Heat (USA) Cheat only stretches to 16:9. Tokyo Xtreme Racer (Europe) Cheat causes distracting graphical issues. Ultimate Fighting Championship (USA) Cheat causes camera to not be aligned. Euro vers has major pop-in Virtua Tennis (USA) Cheat causes too much pop-in. World Series Baseball 2K2 (USA) Cheat causes shadow issues on models.
  4. Hi all, I was wanting to make some 3D boxes for the SEGA Mega Drive that are not in the database. I was watching this tutorial and cannot find a blank template for the Mega Drive / Genesis. Would anyone happen to know where I may obtain one so I can contribute some art to the database? I should mention too that I only want the blank 3D template with no shadowing or spine as I have front covers and spines to add. I know you can get lots of stuff here but they do not seem to have the nice tang tab ones common with the EmuMovies and LaunchBox database. Thank you.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    613 downloads

    Custom Marquees for the Sega Genesis platform. Examples:
  6. Version 4.0

    3,624 downloads

    This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Genesis USA Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set and includes all Betas, Protos and Sega Channel Covers and as a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be a lot duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, USA), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten, then all that is left is to delete the unwanted Artwork. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. A big thanks goes out to @Aorin who put a lot of work into the Logos and helped create artwork for many parts of this project. This project wouldn't of been finished if it wasn't for his help. The great looking carts were made by @WallyWonka and I have added and made many of my own using his templates. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances, LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER:WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN: CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE EUROPE REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE JAPAN REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  7. Version 5-4-18

    1,012 downloads

    284 Sega Master System USA and Europe 3D Cases! This pack includes cases for the newest Alex Kidd Hacks!
  8. 1,866 downloads

    These are some platform videos I have made to fill gaps in my setup that had not previously been done. I use Viking's Nostalgia theme, so the videos are in that style. They might not be as great as Viking's quality work but they do the job. I like to split some of my systems up into different categories/platforms. As the SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive is my favorite system I have split it up into what you will find here. Sega Mega Drive (Brazil) Sega Mega Drive (China) Sega Mega Drive (Homebrew) Sega Mega Drive (Japan) Sega Mega Drive (Prototypes) Sega Mega Drive (Sega Game Toshokan) Sega Mega Drive (Sonic Hacks) Sega Mega Drive (SOR Hacks) Sega Mega Drive (Translations) Sega Mega Drive (Unlicensed) Here are the rest: Applied Technology MicroBee Cybiko Cybiko Cybiko Xtreme Doom Doujin Fujitsu FM-7 Galaksija IBM PCjr Infocom Interact Family Computer Microsoft MSX Turbo-R NEC PC Engine CD NEC PC-6001 Philips P2000T Philips Videopac+ PopCap Sega Master System (Brazil) Sharp MZ-700 Tangerine Oric Tatung Einstein TC-01 Thomson MO5 Thomson TO7 Thomson TO8 Videoton TV-Computer VTech Laser 200 Sorry about the file sizes as they are bigger than the norm. I did not know how to get them as small as Viking's, but size is not an issue with my computer so I apologize if it is with yours. Here are some of the custom logos I have done for the SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive:
  9. Sega Naomi, Naomi 2, Atomiswave, Hikaru, Gaelco game importer (for Demul) View File Import games for use with Demul (Sega * Emulator). Purpose: This purpose of this plugin is to import only the MAME machines that can be emulated in Demul. A sort of MAME machine ‘filtered’ importer to supplement LaunchBox’s Import Tool. Why: LaunchBox can already import these machines (games) for you using the built-in Tools - Import - MAME Arcade Full Set. All you need to do is un-check the skip games unplayable in MAME checkbox. The concern is this results in over 6000 additional entries imported (even more if you uncheck any other boxes and include clones). And as in most cases, more is NOT always better. Alternatively you can also simply drag-and-drop the roms into LaunchBox. Which is great when you already have them sorted out. Included Systems: The list of machines included for this plugin was generated by running the command “demule.exe –listroms” using Demul v0.7 (Apr 28, 2018). The systems included are Naomi, Naomi 2, Atomiswave, Hikaru, Gaelco, Cave3rd (CV1000) and System SP. (Sega Dreamcast, though emulated, is not included in the list. [It’s not a MAME machine]) Naomi and Naomi 2 are each broken into 2 separate systems: Cartridge System (rom only) and GDROM (chd). What this plugin will do: Let you select some or all of the games in the selected system to import. Select games from just 1 or multiple systems. (though may only be a good idea for Naomi/Naomi 2 Cartridge System (and GDROM System, respectively) because of the different command lines needed between systems**) Import selected games into an existing Platform or create a new one. When creating a new Platform, assigns “Scrape as” to “Arcade”. (useful when downloading metadata and media) Attempt to automatically detect/select your Demul emulator. (But you can select any of your existing emulators.) (optional) Copy roms to a new location for the games you’re importing. (optional) Only import games that have a corresponding rom in your selected Source folder. (i.e. If you selected 20 games and you only have the roms for 5 of those, only those 5 games will get imported. What this plugin won’t do: Add Demul as a new emulator. Make Demul work for you. Filter parent and clone roms. Add the required command line to the emulator (**see below). ‘Bulk’ import into separate Platforms. Add metadata and media to the imported games. If copying roms (optional), only the games main rom file is copied. It will not look for nor copy any required BIOS, Device or chd files. Installing the plugin: After downloading the zip file, ‘Unblock’ the zip file. (Right click, Properties, and click Unblock) - Now copy the "DemulImporter" folder from the zip file into your ..\LaunchBox\Plugins\ folder. i.e. D:\LaunchBox\Plugins\DemulImporter\ Using the plugin: Click Tools and select Demul game Importer Select a system This will populate a list (in the middle) of all the games for that system. Select games By default, none of the games will be checked. As you start ‘checking’ games, they will get added to the list of games to be imported (on the right). Click again to remove them from the import list. Click Check All to add all games for the selected system to the import list. You guessed it, click Check None to uncheck all the boxes, removing them from the import list. At this point, you can select a different system and continue to add more games to the import list. Not recommended because of the different command line parameters needed for the different systems. (it'll make a mess when you go to ad them) Once you’re satisfies with your import list, click Next. Select a platform to import the games into You can select an existing platform from the dropdown list or click Add New Platform to create a new one. Select an emulator The plugin will automatically try to detect your Demul emulator from the ones you have in LaunchBox. If it isn’t already selected, look for it in the dropdown list. Select the folder where your roms are located (optional) If you wish to have your roms copied to a new location, type in (or better yet, Browse to) the folder [Source Folder] where they’re located. Select the folder where you want to tell LaunchBox the roms are located This is required to set each games Application Path. It’s also handy if you [optionally] choose to have your roms copied. Setup is done. It’s time to import. You have 2 options: Select Copy AND Import if you wish to have your roms copied to a new location and then the games imported into LaunchBox. Select Import Only to just import the games into LaunchBox. If you have a curated set of roms for the system you’re importing for, you can check Import games that only exist in the ROMs Source Folder. This is useful if, for example, you have a broken out set of roms just for Demul that consists of only the games you like. When selecting the games to import, select a system (i.e. Naomi Cartridge System) and then click Check All. You will need to add the Source Folder for where these rom are located (even if you don’t plan to copy them). During the final Import process, the plugin compares the list of games to be imported to the roms located in the Source Folder. If a game has a matching rom, it will be imported. Otherwise it’ll be skipped. Of course, if your “broken out set of roms just for Demul” are also already broken down by System, save yourself time and just drag-and-drop them into LaunchBox. When everything’s Complete, click Exit. NOTES: **Default Command-Line Parameters System Command Line Parameter Naomi -run=naomi -rom= System SP -run=naomi -rom= Gaelco -run=gaelco -rom= Atomiswave -run=awave -rom= Hikaru -run=hikaru -rom= Cave3rd -run=cave3rd -rom= Once import is completed, simply select the newly imported games and click Tools, Download Metadata and Media.... Information on getting these systems to run in Demul can be found here: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/topic/30622-sega-naomi-demul-in-launchbox/ Disclaimer: I personally only have a few of these games on my cab. So I’m not very familiar with the systems mentioned here. Also, I have no idea if Demul is even “the best” emulator for these systems. I just knew Demul had a definitive list of games it can emulate, that list was easy to get and probably isn’t going to change (it hasn’t since 2018). Which means I shouldn’t have to update the plugin (except for maybe fixing a programmer error here or there ). Submitter JoeViking245 Submitted 09/07/2021 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  10. Version 1.1.2

    13,680 downloads

    I designed some overlays for my 4K TV since I couldn't find any at that resolution at the quality I was looking for. I'm in the process of creating more systems in Photoshop, but the console themed designs take quite a while at 4K resolution. Many of these are inspired by the consoles design, so they aren’t 100% accurate to the source, they are just formatted to look nice as bezels/overlays. These overlays are designed to maximize screen real estate (IE no integer scaling), so there is no gap on the top and bottom of the screen. Use standard 4:3 aspect ratio or custom scaling. So, I won't be creating designs for consoles / handhelds that display primarily in 16:9, as doing that requires shrinking the game. I use the CRT_Geom shader with these settings changed and the screens are curved exactly where they need to be: CRT Geom Curvature Radius: 3.00 CRT Corner Size: 0.00 CRT Geom Sharpness: 3.00
  11. Version 1.0.0

    401 downloads

    To commemorate the upcoming Genesis Mini, I created some new 4K overlays. Some of these will be fine for other systems, but they match the 80s / 90s Genesis style best. These are inspired by the official overlays, but by no means exact copies. To use, enable integer scaling, and use 4:3 apect ratio.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    176 downloads

    Import games for use with Demul (Sega * Emulator). Purpose: This purpose of this plugin is to import only the MAME machines that can be emulated in Demul. A sort of MAME machine ‘filtered’ importer to supplement LaunchBox’s Import Tool. Why: LaunchBox can already import these machines (games) for you using the built-in Tools - Import - MAME Arcade Full Set. All you need to do is un-check the skip games unplayable in MAME checkbox. The concern is this results in over 6000 additional entries imported (even more if you uncheck any other boxes and include clones). And as in most cases, more is NOT always better. Alternatively you can also simply drag-and-drop the roms into LaunchBox. Which is great when you already have them sorted out. Included Systems: The list of machines included for this plugin was generated by running the command “demule.exe –listroms” using Demul v0.7 (Apr 28, 2018). The systems included are Naomi, Naomi 2, Atomiswave, Hikaru, Gaelco, Cave3rd (CV1000) and System SP. (Sega Dreamcast, though emulated, is not included in the list. [It’s not a MAME machine]) Naomi and Naomi 2 are each broken into 2 separate systems: Cartridge System (rom only) and GDROM (chd). What this plugin will do: Let you select some or all of the games in the selected system to import. Select games from just 1 or multiple systems. (though may only be a good idea for Naomi/Naomi 2 Cartridge System (and GDROM System, respectively) because of the different command lines needed between systems**) Import selected games into an existing Platform or create a new one. When creating a new Platform, assigns “Scrape as” to “Arcade”. (useful when downloading metadata and media) Attempt to automatically detect/select your Demul emulator. (But you can select any of your existing emulators.) (optional) Copy roms to a new location for the games you’re importing. (optional) Only import games that have a corresponding rom in your selected Source folder. (i.e. If you selected 20 games and you only have the roms for 5 of those, only those 5 games will get imported. What this plugin won’t do: Add Demul as a new emulator. Make Demul work for you. Filter parent and clone roms. Add the required command line to the emulator (**see below). ‘Bulk’ import into separate Platforms. Add metadata and media to the imported games. If copying roms (optional), only the games main rom file is copied. It will not look for nor copy any required BIOS, Device or chd files. Installing the plugin: After downloading the zip file, ‘Unblock’ the zip file. (Right click, Properties, and click Unblock) - Now copy the "DemulImporter" folder from the zip file into your ..\LaunchBox\Plugins\ folder. i.e. D:\LaunchBox\Plugins\DemulImporter\ Using the plugin: Click Tools and select Demul game Importer Select a system This will populate a list (in the middle) of all the games for that system. Select games By default, none of the games will be checked. As you start ‘checking’ games, they will get added to the list of games to be imported (on the right). Click again to remove them from the import list. Click Check All to add all games for the selected system to the import list. You guessed it, click Check None to uncheck all the boxes, removing them from the import list. At this point, you can select a different system and continue to add more games to the import list. Not recommended because of the different command line parameters needed for the different systems. (it'll make a mess when you go to ad them) Once you’re satisfies with your import list, click Next. Select a platform to import the games into You can select an existing platform from the dropdown list or click Add New Platform to create a new one. Select an emulator The plugin will automatically try to detect your Demul emulator from the ones you have in LaunchBox. If it isn’t already selected, look for it in the dropdown list. Select the folder where your roms are located (optional) If you wish to have your roms copied to a new location, type in (or better yet, Browse to) the folder [Source Folder] where they’re located. Select the folder where you want to tell LaunchBox the roms are located This is required to set each games Application Path. It’s also handy if you [optionally] choose to have your roms copied. Setup is done. It’s time to import. You have 2 options: Select Copy AND Import if you wish to have your roms copied to a new location and then the games imported into LaunchBox. Select Import Only to just import the games into LaunchBox. If you have a curated set of roms for the system you’re importing for, you can check Import games that only exist in the ROMs Source Folder. This is useful if, for example, you have a broken out set of roms just for Demul that consists of only the games you like. When selecting the games to import, select a system (i.e. Naomi Cartridge System) and then click Check All. You will need to add the Source Folder for where these rom are located (even if you don’t plan to copy them). During the final Import process, the plugin compares the list of games to be imported to the roms located in the Source Folder. If a game has a matching rom, it will be imported. Otherwise it’ll be skipped. Of course, if your “broken out set of roms just for Demul” are also already broken down by System, save yourself time and just drag-and-drop them into LaunchBox. When everything’s Complete, click Exit. NOTES: **Default Command-Line Parameters System Command Line Parameter Naomi -run=naomi -rom= System SP -run=naomi -rom= Gaelco -run=gaelco -rom= Atomiswave -run=awave -rom= Hikaru -run=hikaru -rom= Cave3rd -run=cave3rd -rom= Once import is completed, simply select the newly imported games and click Tools, Download Metadata and Media.... Information on getting these systems to run in Demul can be found here: https://forums.launchbox-app.com/topic/30622-sega-naomi-demul-in-launchbox/ Disclaimer: I personally only have a few of these games on my cab. So I’m not very familiar with the systems mentioned here. Also, I have no idea if Demul is even “the best” emulator for these systems. I just knew Demul had a definitive list of games it can emulate, that list was easy to get and probably isn’t going to change (it hasn’t since 2018). Which means I shouldn’t have to update the plugin (except for maybe fixing a programmer error here or there ).
  13. Version 2.0.0

    488 downloads

    Hello everyone, There are a few other Dreamcast sets that do exist out there however the difference here is the resolution is much higher and the set is uniform. This set will be part of a uniform series with other platforms to come that use the same exact jewel case style template along with same size dimensions and high resolution artwork. This set like all of my sets includes a uniform "Dreamcast" banner (both white and black spine games) when scrolling through your games for nice uniformity. This is all 247 released NTSC Dreamcast games following the no-intro naming scheme. When dropping these in your Launchbox build there may be a few boxes that do not autoload due to the name differences between how Launchbox scrapes the games and what no-intro names them. Therefore you may have to manually update a few images to your liking or use an alternate name within Launchbox itself. Also contained within this set is a second folder with an additional game that received an alternate cover! This should cover everything but as always if anyone notices any errors please let me know. Enjoy!
  14. Version 2.0

    225 downloads

    This is a collection 95 Sega Mega CD Discs for the Europe Region. The naming convention is ReDump. If you find my work of use could you please consider donating to my Patreon found here: https://www.patreon.com/RobinLevingstone LIST OF GAMES COVERED:
  15. Version 1.0.0

    378 downloads

    This is a complete collection of Sega Mega CD 2D Covers for the Europe region. All boxes have been squared off to make them as neat as possible except in the case of the 7 long boxes in the collection. A 2D Cover pack for the Japan Region can be downloaded here: GAMES LIST:
  16. Version 1.0.0

    601 downloads

    This is a complete collection of 3D Boxes for the Sega Dreamcast Europe region. There are two versions: A set with gloss and a set without gloss. Big thanks go out to @goofers for his excellent template. When starting a project a good template always helps immensely. LIST OF BOXES INCLUDED: WITHOUT GLOSS: WITH GLOSS: DISCS CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
  17. Sega Master System 3D Box Art View File 284 Sega Master System USA and Europe 3D Cases! This pack includes cases for the newest Alex Kidd Hacks! Submitter RetroKenesis Submitted 05/12/2018 Category Game Box Art  
  18. Hello. I am a newbie to launchbox but I understand the basic functions (i.e. adding roms and emulators). I am currently working on my first lb build and things were going well until I attempted to import my Sega Model 3 roms. When going through the set up- at the phase where you can choose which roms to not add to launchbox, none of the roms show up! I have tried this multiple time, choosing individual roms, or the whole folder, it is always the same, no roms show up. I will include screenshots of my process and my Supermodel Emu settings. Help would be much appreciated, Thank You. pics.zip
  19. Sega Genesis USA No-Intro Art Pack (3D Boxes, 2D Carts, Logos) View File This is a complete Collection of 3D Boxes, 2D Carts and Logos for the Sega Genesis USA Region. The set is named after the 2019 No-Intro Rom set and includes all Betas, Protos and Sega Channel Covers and as a result of the naming convention used with No-Intro there will be a lot duplicate artwork with slightly different naming. The concept behind these No-Intro named packs is that the user can either have seperate systems with an entire library of artwork for each system or choose a region they would prefare and simply overwrite the region artwork that is not wanted as the artwork and roms will have the same names (for example: Japan, USA), doing this will leave a library of artwork with a complete region and only the exclusives would be left for the region that was overwritten, then all that is left is to delete the unwanted Artwork. There are three different versions of 3D Boxes to choose from: Normal, With Plastic Cover, With Plastic Cover and Sheen. A big thanks goes out to @Aorin who put a lot of work into the Logos and helped create artwork for many parts of this project. This project wouldn't of been finished if it wasn't for his help. The great looking carts were made by @WallyWonka and I have added and made many of my own using his templates. Though some of the naming may seem a bit strange in some instances, LaunchBox and Emumovies will download the correct information and videos for all games. NORMAL: WITH PLASTIC COVER:WITH PLASTIC COVER AND SHEEN: CARTS: LOGOS: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE EUROPE REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: AN ART PACK FOR THE SEGA MEGA DRIVE JAPAN REGION CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE: Submitter Robin55 Submitted 01/28/2019 Category Game Box Art  
  20. Sega Game Gear Micro View File GUIDE: Sega has released 4 handheld micro versions of their classic Game Gear handheld. There is also a 5th, the limited edition White Aleste version. Each handheld comes with it's own set of games. The way I've set this up is by doing the following: - Creating 'Sega Game Gear Micro' as a new platform. - When creating the platform set scrape as to 'Sega Game Gear' - Adding at least 1 game to the new platform, otherwise it will disappear if it's left as an empty platform with no games - Then create the 5 handhelds as playlists, naming them the 5 different colors - Add them to the new platform by setting Sega Game Gear Micro as Parent - The main video is intended to fit the Platform menu. The rest of the videos are made for each of the playlists you create; red, black, blue, yellow and white. ____ GAMES: The following should be a list of the games included in the 5 different Micros: Black: Out Run, Puyo Puyo Tsu, Royal Stone, Sonic the Hedgehog Blue: Baku Baku Animal: Sekai Shiikugakari Senshuken, Gunstar Heroes, Sonic & Tails, Sylvan Tale Yellow: Nazo Puyo: Arle no Roux, Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining Force: Final Conflict Red: Columns, The G.G. Shinobi, Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible, Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible Special White version: Aleste (1988, Master System) GG Aleste (1991, Game Gear) GG Aleste 2 (1993, Game Gear) Powerstrike II (1993, Master System) GG Aleste 3 (Limited Edition Game Gear Micro, not likely to find this game as rom-file at the moment) ___ Looking for Platform and Playlist Clear Logos to go with the video? Follow this link: Submitter buxilaks Submitted 12/24/2020 Category Platform Theme Videos  
  21. Version 1.0.0

    114 downloads

    GUIDE: Sega has released 4 handheld micro versions of their classic Game Gear handheld. There is also a 5th, the limited edition White Aleste version. Each handheld comes with it's own set of games. The way I've set this up is by doing the following: - Creating 'Sega Game Gear Micro' as a new platform. - When creating the platform set scrape as to 'Sega Game Gear' - Adding at least 1 game to the new platform, otherwise it will disappear if it's left as an empty platform with no games - Then create the 5 handhelds as playlists, naming them the 5 different colors - Add them to the new platform by setting Sega Game Gear Micro as Parent - The main video is intended to fit the Platform menu. The rest of the videos are made for each of the playlists you create; red, black, blue, yellow and white. ____ GAMES: The following should be a list of the games included in the 5 different Micros: Black: Out Run, Puyo Puyo Tsu, Royal Stone, Sonic the Hedgehog Blue: Baku Baku Animal: Sekai Shiikugakari Senshuken, Gunstar Heroes, Sonic & Tails, Sylvan Tale Yellow: Nazo Puyo: Arle no Roux, Shining Force, Shining Force II, Shining Force: Final Conflict Red: Columns, The G.G. Shinobi, Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible, Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible Special White version: Aleste (1988, Master System) GG Aleste (1991, Game Gear) GG Aleste 2 (1993, Game Gear) Powerstrike II (1993, Master System) GG Aleste 3 (Limited Edition Game Gear Micro, not likely to find this game as rom-file at the moment) ___ Looking for Platform and Playlist Clear Logos to go with the video? Follow this link:
  22. Version 1.0.0

    102 downloads

    This set is intended to be used with the Sega Game Gear Platform video. Use the simple logo-file for your new Sega Game Gear Micro platform. Then use the pictures of each of the consoles as clear logo files for each of the playlists you create. Follow the link above to read a simple guide on how I've set the new Sega handhelds up in Launchbox / BigBox.
  23. Sega Game Gear Micro - Playlist Clear Logo set View File This set is intended to be used with the Sega Game Gear Platform video. Use the simple logo-file for your new Sega Game Gear Micro platform. Then use the pictures of each of the consoles as clear logo files for each of the playlists you create. Follow the link above to read a simple guide on how I've set the new Sega handhelds up in Launchbox / BigBox. Submitter buxilaks Submitted 12/24/2020 Category Playlist Clear Logos  
  24. Version 5-4-18

    293 downloads

    30 Cases for TecToy Master System. As per usual, all art was cleaned to the best of my ability before converting to case format. Used to be in very poor quality. Enjoy
  25. Version 5-4-18

    263 downloads

    3D Boxes for all games that were exclusive to the Brazilian TecToy Mega Drive! Enjoy
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