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    1. Today's entry into my rough guide is a relative newcomer in terms of front-ends. So without further adieu, its time to introduce you all to LAUNCHBOX I've been following this project for a year since I got a registered license for this to see everything and my first impressions of this wasn't the best because certain features wasn't in it yet I made a video which I handed to the developer who in turn ACTUALLY listened to me. The issues I had with 5.2 (that was when I first looked at it). First off, there was no tool tips. which is annoying another thing was its MAME naming conve
    2. Introducing VPDB. With three years in the making I am pleased to introduce to you VPDB. VPDB is a collaboration between developer freezy with sponsorship from Spesoft/GameEx (creator of the PinballX and GameEx front ends). Completely free to its users and contributors for the foreseeable future, VPDB is an innovative new project where people can share their digital pinball table recreations and everything else related to virtual pinball. With this project comes innovation and change. We need your support to make it a success as without users and contributors it is nothing.
    3. Introducing GameEx Arcade Edition. GameEx Arcade Edition is a derivative version of GameEx that is optimized for arcade controls and machines. It is lighter, has cosmetic improvements and supports the new EmuMovies video themes. It supports MAME and arcade systems and has the following feature differences over the normal GameEx version. GameEx Arcade Edition notable features: Supports video themes. Less code. Lighter. Less options. Optimized cosmetics for TV and arcade displays. Good support for low resolutions (640 x 480) out of the box.
    4. My Rough Guide To Front-ends I had a big article which covers all the front-ends out but due to a page error it all got wiped. So rather than give up. I will do it in pieces, giving you my opinion. I will cover everything front-end with pros and cons for everything about said front-end. I have used a fair few over the years and so without further adieu, I'm going to re-review my first excursion into proper immersion and I've already written about this in another article. But I may as well cover this in more detail so lets start with First of 3d arca
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