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Kondorito

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  1. cleaner 3D boxes project

    There is another GBC set in HS made by Wally Wonka:
  2. Here you go: Overlays require at least one image (.png) and a configuration file (.cfg) in order to activate them. The configuration file should have the exact same name as the image file. DO NOT use spaces in the filenames (for this pack you will need to remove the spaces from the file names). These files (the png and its corresponding cfg) should be placed together in the libretro overlay folder. In order to activate an overlay, go to the RetroArch Settings menu. Find the Onscreen Display submenu. From this menu you can activate the Overlay system and select which overlay file to display. If you do not know what the content of the cfg file should be, you can copy one of the already existent ones, open it with a text editor, and change its values so they reflect the same info as your png name. Hope the above helps.
  3. cleaner 3D boxes project

    In regards of the psds, its wild west hehe. We made a 2 step action with Supra: first bulked action was to trim the 2d covers, side and bottom spines, and move them as different layers to a fixed place in each games psd. Second action was to grab all those psds and made the boxes in png. There were games that had no scans so we had to either grab high res photos from ebay, or make them from scratch (I still remember making Fifa 98 PAL from zero). It was a long project, but Supra is awesome and a hard worker, so we finished the set after some weeks of work.
  4. cleaner 3D boxes project

    I believe we have the psds formatted with the covers and spines that we bulk actioned. I dont have them here though (currently out of town).
  5. cleaner 3D boxes project

    Hey @fukc With @SupraKarma we made a complete SNES "real" 3d box pack over at the HS forums. Each game with its corresponding spine, and all made from original scans. Example: There is another cleaner version set over there, but it has a default spine for every game. Nevertheless, these are two sets that you might want to check out for your project. Take care!
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    Following the Unified theme project (both in HS and LB), and so you can seamlessly transition from the theme to the emulator, this pack consists of each of the +200 system backgrounds, made as overlays in 1080p, 3 variations each: 4:3 with integer scale 4:3 with integer scale and a drop shadow 4:3 full screen
  7. View File Unified Theme Overlays Pack (+200 in 3 versions) Following the Unified theme project (both in HS and LB), and so you can seamlessly transition from the theme to the emulator, this pack consists of each of the +200 system backgrounds, made as overlays in 1080p, 3 variations each: 4:3 with integer scale 4:3 with integer scale and a drop shadow 4:3 full screen Submitter Kondorito Submitted 05/07/2018 Category Bezels & Overlays Resolution 1920x1080 Naming Convention File Count 633  
  8. Nintendo Famicom 3D Boxes Pack

    Version 2.0

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    Availability - Site, FTP, Sync Hey guys! I am updating my Famicom 3D box pack (over 1250 boxes!). The original one I did was the 2D covers with perspective and an added spine with its corresponding color, but nothing else. In this new version I am improving the perspective, adding some shadows and lights where its supposed to be, and adding the small box lid at the top. It is not much, but its a great improvement (at least for me) over the previous set. Example of old (left) and new (right): > > > > If you still prefer the old version over the new, do not update, as there are no new games added. Enjoy!
  9. Version 1.1

    24 downloads

    Availability - Site, FTP, Sync Huge thanks to @Dubbloseven and @jcm9800 for the original FDS pack they created, as I based this one from theirs. Specifics of this pack: - There are a lot of games that were originally released without any artwork (just a disk sticker and transparent box, or even without any box). For those, I took the creative liberty of making the covers, and 6 of those were created by the user lobdale. - I made two types of boxes according to their original art; regular (can see the disk from outside) and full size (covers the entire box). - I have also made the boxes depending on the color of the disks (disks that were originally yellow, green, white or blue; if the case shows the disk, it will show the correct color). Comments, likes and constructive suggestions are always welcome! If you have a game that is not present in the set, let me know :) Enjoy the pack, Kondorito
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