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    Awesome videos. Some of them are pretty long.
    Awesome videos. Some of them are pretty long.
    Used these to replace the plain text names for my games. Much nicer looking!
    The images were slightly too large for my default hyperspin theme. I was able to make them work by reorganizing the layers of the theme. Great content.
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    Great Pack to use with Retropie!
  4. View File Time Curb Time Curb is a vertically scrolling shoot-em-up game. Players control a World War I plane and need to take out other planes in the air in different waves. After the first level the game moves to other wars and presents more difficult enemies to shoot at. In each level the player has to shoot down as many enemy planes as possible to continue to the next level. New levels offer better weapons but more enemies need to be taken out. After a few levels an animated sequence is shown before moving on to a new war. Submitter DragonEye Submitted 06/24/2017 Category Game Videos Resolution 640x480 Naming Convention Frame Rate {option} Total Files in Collection 0 File Count 0  
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    Time Curb is a vertically scrolling shoot-em-up game. Players control a World War I plane and need to take out other planes in the air in different waves. After the first level the game moves to other wars and presents more difficult enemies to shoot at. In each level the player has to shoot down as many enemy planes as possible to continue to the next level. New levels offer better weapons but more enemies need to be taken out. After a few levels an animated sequence is shown before moving on to a new war.
  6. This looks amazing... looking forward to these files! Especially interested in game guides for the pause menu. Thanks RetroHumanoid!
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  8. Great pack. Do you have a full set off just the title screens by any chance? Thanks.
    A few of the Need for Speed videos are not actually game videos. It is a 10 second clip stating the game is not playable. Carbon, Most Wanted, Undercover. The others i needed were just fine.
  9. Name: 5 Great LaunchBox BIG BOX Themes You Should Check Out! Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 2017-06-22 Submitter: Circo Want to check out some extra Themes to use with Big Box? Here are 5 absolutely FANTASTIC themes you should try! LaunchBox: https://www.launchbox-app.com/ 5 Great LaunchBox BIG BOX Themes You Should Check Out!
  10. Want to check out some extra Themes to use with Big Box? Here are 5 absolutely FANTASTIC themes you should try! LaunchBox: https://www.launchbox-app.com/
  11. Need a few more and I'll figure out how to make this pretty Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Launchbox: Host platform support (where it runs on). - Windows 7 or newer Emulators supported. - All Style. (desktop GUI, cabinet friendly, HTPC style etc.) - Desktop, Cabinet and HTPC Support for video snaps. - Yes Support for other non-AV media (like PDF). - Yes Filtering/sorting/grouping type (presets, customizable etc.). - Yes, favourites, sort by meta data fields and playlists Ambient sound and/or attract mode. - Attract mode Media playback and HTPC features (CD/DVD, photos, videos, TV, web etc.). - Yes with a media player setup as an "emulator" or a plugin Configuration type (manual text config, separate config app, embedded config section etc.). - All done in the UI or text if you really want to do so. First release date. - August 26, 2013 Latest release date. (last update) - May 26, 2017 (latest official) updated regularly and often Unique features. - Ease of use, own database for media and metadata scraping, user created plugin support, DOSBox built in Link to it. - https://www.launchbox-app.com/
  13. There is now an Atari800 core which includes support for the 5200. There is some setup required of course but it works very well. H.E.R.O. plays so good on it with a proper digital controller, so responsive and 2 buttons :)
  14. This is what drew me to Launchbox. It's easy to get the basics up and running like box art and screenshots and easy to import your games assigned to the appropriate emulators. Then from there you can get more fancy and complicated as you feel more comfortable with it. The only way it could be made more easy would be to include the emulators with the program but that would go against many if not all emulator licenses because of Launchbox's commercial non open source status.
  15. You can use the same art in Launchbox and you do not need to duplicate your art folders. In Launchbox simply edit each platform and in there you can set the paths to each art type folder to your Hyperspin art.
  16. That's cool to hear that RetroFE is easy to setup and to be fair I have not tried it and I have no intention of it but who knows what the future holds :) There is certainly plenty of room for multiple front ends because as good as Launchbox is it is not for everyone for a couple of major reasons. One, it is a paid program to get all the features and two, it can be a bit of a system resource hog. I hope my post didn't come off as a Launchbox vs other front ends because that was not my intention. I only intended to point out that ease of use for the end user especially for those new to emulation and front ends is a big deal and it's part of the reason that Launchbox right now has so many users willing to pay for that convenience.
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