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  1. Version 1.0.0

    52 downloads

    This project along the Famicom clear logos one were the most intensive I have ever done, but still, it was a pleasure to make as the NES has a very special place in my heart and each cart I made brought me awesome memories. The entire set is 100% accurate to the original games (you will have grey, gold, green, blue, red, special, prototypes, unreleased; all types of carts made from real photos). There are some variations I made for some carts (as some games had more than one release/version). These are located in the Extras folder and labeled with an ALT/ALT2 at the end of their filenames. Surf around as maybe you find an ALT version you like more than the original one. Be aware though that I did not put too much effort on the alternate versions, so you might find low res stickers in there. The total pack goes over 1,000 carts! A special Thank You goes to: @juniorunderground for some of the FHD stickers I worked with @Wally Wonka for the special carts base pack @Aorin for the legendary task of scavenging HQ images for the latest badge! I put all my love into its making, so I hope you like it
  2. View File Super Famicom 2D Front Boxart Collection This zip files contains 1,875 boxart files. It's a pretty comprehensive collection. Keep in mind there are duplicates in this collection. Submitter Orionsangel Submitted 02/20/2017 Category Artwork Resolution Naming Convention File Count 1875  
  3. View File Nintendo Entertainment System Front Carts Pack This project along the Famicom clear logos one were the most intensive I have ever done, but still, it was a pleasure to make as the NES has a very special place in my heart and each cart I made brought me awesome memories. The entire set is 100% accurate to the original games (you will have grey, gold, green, blue, red, special, prototypes, unreleased; all types of carts made from real photos). There are some variations I made for some carts (as some games had more than one release/version). These are located in the Extras folder and labeled with an ALT/ALT2 at the end of their filenames. Surf around as maybe you find an ALT version you like more than the original one. Be aware though that I did not put too much effort on the alternate versions, so you might find low res stickers in there. The total pack goes over 1,000 carts! A special Thank You goes to: @juniorunderground for some of the FHD stickers I worked with @Wally Wonka for the special carts base pack @Aorin for the legendary task of scavenging HQ images for the latest badge! I put all my love into its making, so I hope you like it Submitter Kondorito Submitted 11/13/2018 Category Cartridges Resolution 1024x1132 Naming Convention File Count 1015  
  4. Version 1.0.0

    1,069 downloads

    This zip files contains 1,875 boxart files. It's a pretty comprehensive collection. Keep in mind there are duplicates in this collection.
  5. Orionsangel

    Mega Drive Japan 2D Front Boxart

    Version 1.0.0

    291 downloads

    This collection focuses on Japan front boxart files.
  6. Version 1.0.0

    439 downloads

    This is a collection of 357 snaps of front boxart for Mega Drive games from Europe and South America.
  7. View File Mega Drive Europe/South America 2D Front Boxart This is a collection of 357 snaps of front boxart for Mega Drive games from Europe and South America. Submitter Orionsangel Submitted 02/27/2017 Category Artwork Resolution Naming Convention Total Files in Collection 0 File Count 375  
  8. After recently discovering how front-ends can streamline and connect the different emulators together into one program; I started trying to set one up to use on my computer. But every step of the way has been a road block after road block. Some front-ends I started setting up become useless once I read further to find out it hasn't been updated in years. Other front-ends have hidden paywalls which make front-ends useless when trying to fully customize. Of the open-source front-ends, the setup instructions are laughably bad and no guides exist on how to properly set it up. When I finally found an already existing setup, it ends up behind a pay wall. To compound this further. I have read guides stating that rocket launcher should be used for loading games yet many many of the front-ends refuse to even acknowledge it's existence. Try typing in RetroFE and Rocketlauncher setup. You will get 2 forums at most and they are just questions about errors. And the Rocketlauncher wiki explains nothing on how to sync the two together. I have had to resort to looking through old guides to try and setup retroFE with rocketlauncher but in the end nothing worked. And to add further frustration, I recently found out that RetroFE was no longer being updated on the website so it became a waste of time. At this rate, I will either have to pay 100USD just to get something setup or forget about the existence of front-ends. Why is the bar set so high? what happened to an easy entry point for new users? It is like being thrown into the deep end when trying to set up a front end and any form of help or aid is behind a paywall.
  9. View File Mega Drive Japan 2D Front Boxart This collection focuses on Japan front boxart files. Submitter Orionsangel Submitted 02/20/2017 Category Artwork Resolution Naming Convention Total Files in Collection 0 File Count 440  
  10. Name: Nesica Front End and NEW Arcade Dumps! Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 2016-12-13 Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN EmuNation is today about the latest games dumped from the NESiCAxLIVE Arcades! Included in this is also a great Fan Made pre-configured Front-End for you all to download and use in all its glory! Add you games, setup your arcades and make them look as they should Nesica Front End and NEW Arcade Dumps!
  11. EmuNation is today about the latest games dumped from the NESiCAxLIVE Arcades! Included in this is also a great Fan Made pre-configured Front-End for you all to download and use in all its glory! Add you games, setup your arcades and make them look as they should
  12. EmuNation is today about the best of the bunch when it comes to Gaming Front Ends. Organise, launch and play all of the greatest games that ever existed in one place. Every system, Every game all a few clicks away... the way it should be!
  13. Name: What you should know about the Front Ends! Category: Front-End Demos Date Added: 2016-12-12 Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN EmuNation is today about the best of the bunch when it comes to Gaming Front Ends. Organise, launch and play all of the greatest games that ever existed in one place. Every system, Every game all a few clicks away... the way it should be! What you should know about the Front Ends!
  14. Name: EMU-NATION: Front End Media Special! Category: News and Entertainment Date Added: 2016-11-01 Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN EMU-NATION: Front End Media Special!
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