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OrionsAngel - Retroarch Overlays

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OrionsAngel - Retroarch Overlays


This is for fans of overlays and shaders. I've been working on these for a while. Some are made completely by me and some are altered works from other creators which are credited below. I hope everyone likes them.

Shader used is crt-geom

Examples of Overlays - http://bit.ly/2hWEPQ5

You can get the original overlays without frame borders here,

https://github.com/nosh01/retroarch-overlays


 


 

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