Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'art'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

  • Content Updates
  • Scene News
  • Site News

Forums

  • The News
    • News and Updates
  • The Project
    • EmuMovies General Discussion
    • Artwork Discussion
    • Game Manuals Discussion
    • Game Music Discussion
    • RocketLauncher Media Discussion
    • Video Snaps Discussion
    • EmuMovies Sync
    • EmuMovies Website
  • The Hobby
    • General Discussion
    • Emulation Discussion
    • Front End Discussion
    • Game Room Discussion
    • Software Discussion

Categories

  • EmuMovies Videos
  • News and Entertainment
  • Front-End Demos
  • Front-End Tutorials
  • Emulation Tutorials

Categories

  • Submit Media
    • Artwork
    • Bezels & Overlays
    • Boxes
    • Cartridges
    • Game Videos
    • Manuals
    • Platform Videos
    • RocketLauncher Media
    • Snaps
    • Startup Videos
    • Resources
  • EmuMovies Sync
  • Apps & Utilities
  • Arcade Media
    • AAE
    • American Laser Games
    • Atari Classics
    • Capcom Classics
    • Capcom Play System
    • Capcom Play System II
    • Capcom Play System III
    • Cave
    • Daphne
    • Data East Classics
    • DICE
    • Irem Classics
    • Konami Classics
    • MAME
    • Midway Classics
    • Namco Classics
    • Namco System 22
    • Nintendo Classics
    • Sammy Atomiswave
    • Sega Classics
    • Sega Model 2
    • Sega Model 3
    • Sega Naomi
    • Sega ST-V
    • SNK Neo Geo MVS
    • Taito Classics
    • Williams Classics
    • Zinc
  • Computer Media
    • Acorn Archimedes
    • Acorn Atom
    • Acorn BBC Micro
    • Acorn Electron
    • Amstrad CPC
    • Amstrad CPC Plus
    • APF Imagination Machine
    • Apple II
    • Atari 8-Bit
    • Atari ST
    • Camputers Lynx
    • CHIP-8
    • Coleco ADAM
    • Commodore 64
    • Commodore Amiga
    • Commodore VIC-20
    • Commodore PET
    • Dragon Data Dragon
    • EACA EG2000 Colour Genie
    • Elektronika BK
    • Epoch Game Pocket Computer
    • Epoch Super Cassette Vision
    • Exelvision EXL 100
    • Exidy Sorcerer
    • Fujitsu FM Towns
    • Hector HRX
    • Jupiter ACE
    • Luxor ABC 80
    • Lviv PC-01
    • Matra and Hachette Alice
    • Mattel Aquarius
    • MGT Sam Coupe
    • Microsoft DOS
    • Microsoft MSX
    • Microsoft MSX2
    • Microsoft MSX Laserdisc
    • Microsoft Windows
    • NEC PC-9801
    • Pecom 64
    • Philips VG 5000
    • Radio-86RK Mikrosha
    • Sega SC-3000
    • Sharp X68000
    • Sinclair ZX Spectrum
    • Sord M5
    • Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer
    • Tangerine Oric
    • Texas Instruments TI 99-4A
    • Tomy Tutor
    • Vector-06C
  • Console Media
    • ALF TV Game
    • Amstrad GX4000
    • Atari 2600
    • Atari 5200
    • Atari 7800
    • Atari Jaguar
    • Atari Jaguar CD
    • Bally Astrocade
    • Casio Loopy
    • Casio PV-1000
    • ColecoVision
    • Commodore Amiga CD32
    • Commodore CDTV
    • Emerson Arcadia 2001
    • Fairchild Channel F
    • Funtech Super Acan
    • GCE Vectrex
    • Interton VC 4000
    • Konix Multi-System
    • Magnavox Odyssey 2
    • Mattel Intellivision
    • Microsoft XBOX
    • NEC PC Engine
    • NEC PC Engine-CD
    • NEC PC-FX
    • NEC SuperGrafx
    • NEC TurboGrafx-16
    • NEC TurboGrafx-CD
    • Nintendo 64
    • Nintendo 64 DD
    • Nintendo Entertainment System
    • Nintendo Famicom
    • Nintendo Famicom Disk System
    • Nintendo GameCube
    • Nintendo Super Famicom
    • Nintendo Super Nintendo
    • Nintendo Super Game Boy
    • Nintendo Wii
    • Nintendo WiiWare
    • Panasonic 3DO
    • Philips CD-I
    • RCA Studio II
    • Sega 32X
    • Sega CD
    • Sega Dreamcast
    • Sega Genesis
    • Sega Master System
    • Sega Saturn
    • Sega SG-1000
    • Sony Playstation
    • Sony Playstation 2
    • VM Labs Nuon
    • VTech CreatiVision
    • WoW Action Max
  • Handheld Media
    • Atari Lynx
    • Bandai WonderSwan
    • Bandai WonderSwan Color
    • Creatronic Mega Duck
    • Entex Adventure Vision
    • GamePark 32
    • Hartung Game Master
    • Nintendo 3DS
    • Nintendo DS
    • Nintendo Game Boy
    • Nintendo Game Boy Advance
    • Nintendo Game Boy Color
    • Nintendo Pokemon Mini
    • Nintendo Virtual Boy
    • Sega Dreamcast VMU
    • Sega Game Gear
    • Sega Pico
    • SNK Neo Geo Pocket
    • SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color
    • Sony PSP
    • Tiger Game.com
    • Watara Supervision
  • Other Media
    • Startup Videos
    • Big Fish Games
    • Flash Games
    • Fruit Machines
    • Future Pinball
    • Google Android
    • Infocom Z-System
    • MUGEN
    • Nintendo Game & Watch
    • OpenBOR
    • Pinball Arcade
    • Pinball FX2
    • PopCap
    • ScummVM
    • Touhou Project
    • Visual Pinball
    • Arcade Ambience Project
  • Video Themes
  • Old Downloads Section
    • Artwork
    • Manual Packs
    • Video Packs
    • GameEx Database Media Packs
    • RocketLauncher Packs
    • Arcade Collections

Calendars

  • EmuMovies Calendar

Found 8 results

  1. View File Nintendo 64DD Cart Art Nintendo Cart Art Complete For information please vist this link: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forums/topic/31257-nintendo-64dd-card-art-wip/ and : http://emumovies.com/forums/topic/15545-nintendo-64dd-card-art-complete/ I will update in the forums first and afer i will up here! Submitter Accorsi Submitted 03/15/2017 Category Artwork Resolution 612x611 Naming Convention HyperList 1,0 File Count 16  
  2. I've used HyperSync and looked on the FTP but I can't find a complete wheel set for PSP and Wii nor can I find a complete video set or other artwork such as a good sized set of fades, bezels, etc. I mainly need wheels (for HyperSpin) and videos, though. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks, --J
  3. Nintendo 64DD Cart Pack Complete I will put in subimit media/cartridges because in Emumovies and Hyperspin Sites don't have a Nintendo 64DD Area Dezaemon DD (Japan) (Proto) Doshin the Giant (Japan) (Demo) 'Alt' Doshin the Giant (Japan) (Demo) Doshin the Giant (Japan) Doshin the Giant Tinkling Toddler Liberation Front! Assemble (Japan) F-Zero X Expansion Kit (Japan) (Translated En) Japan Pro Golf Tour 64 (Japan) Mario Artist Communication Kit (Japan) 'Alt' Mario Artist Communication Kit (Japan) Mario Artist Paint Studio (Japan) 'Alt' Mario Artist Paint Studio (Japan) Mario Artist Polygon Studio (Japan) Mario Artist Talent Studio (Japan) Randnet Disk (Japan) Sim City 64 (Japan) Super Mario 64 (Japan) (Proto) To download this in a one zip file:
  4. Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    Nintendo Cart Art Complete For information please vist this link: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forums/topic/31257-nintendo-64dd-card-art-wip/ and : http://emumovies.com/forums/topic/15545-nintendo-64dd-card-art-complete/ I will update in the forums first and afer i will up here!
  5. I've looked all over and cannot find any wheel art for any system on the FTP. HyperSync doesn't find very many PSP or Wii wheels so I was looking on the FTP for them but when I couldn't find any I decided to look for other wheel art just to make sure I was looking in the right spot and can't seem to find any wheel art for any system. Could someone please point me in the right direction? Thanks, --J
  6. Version .03

    1,395 downloads

    Perfect Match is the sequel to Skinny Match New Features include: Perfect Match has the ability to save multiple projects that will allow matching to continue from the point at which the project was previously saved. Perfect Match can rename artwork from .dat files, and .xml files. When using SoftList .xml files, Perfect Match will rename your artwork to the 'Short Name' (See Screen Shots) Instant alternate matches in the match tab using right-click. Additional settings to help with better matching. Messages can be shown normally, as tool tips, or turned off completely. A brief description of the settings tab and matching using Perfect Match
  7. Version 1.0.0

    2 downloads

    Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator box art
  8. View File Perfect Match Perfect Match is the sequel to Skinny Match New Features include: Perfect Match has the ability to save multiple projects that will allow matching to continue from the point at which the project was previously saved. Perfect Match can rename artwork from .dat files, and .xml files. When using SoftList .xml files, Perfect Match will rename your artwork to the 'Short Name' (See Screen Shots) Instant alternate matches in the match tab using right-click. Additional settings to help with better matching. Messages can be shown normally, as tool tips, or turned off completely. A brief description of the settings tab and matching using Perfect Match Submitter Tempest Submitted 12/04/2012 Category Apps & Utilities Credits