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  1. Version 1.0.2

    52 downloads

    This pack contains 3D Box Art for all 60 of the "Nintendo Game & Watch" Titles (56 are currently emulated in MAME) with 98% of them made from original hi-res box scans and photos. When trying to import the Nintendo Game & Watch platform I realised that the existing (but great) 3D Boxes didn't match the same angle / orientation as my other systems and a few titles were missing so I decided to create my own set of box art from scratch. Some of the original boxes and box scans are understandably in pretty rough shape after four decades, so I've cleaned them up a substantial amount but there are still some imperfections which I left there to preserve the original box as much as possible. So expect some folds, creases, tears, sticky tape residue and smudges but I think it gives them all a bit of character I'll update if I can source some really good quality scans of less battered cartons. When I started this I probably didn't realise there was so many different sized boxes used depending on the game or series so I've done my best to represent these as authentically as possible whilst keeping a consistent width and reasonable file size. Files are named as per MAME 0.231 Hopefully you like them 🙂 RELATED ARTWORK 2D Box Art using these images can be found here: Nintendo Game & Watch 2D Boxes WANTED Any hi resolution scans (300dpi or better preferred) or very large photos of the original "Crystal Screen Series" boxes. Ideally I need the whole box, or at least front and sides which are captured directly front on. i.e. not photos from angles. I can fix perspective to a small degree and the bigger the better. There are "re-created" boxes out there. Would love to find some original box scans for these if at all possible 🙂 "MISSING" BOXES & VARIANTS Just a note that this set only includes Nintendo Game & Watch titles and not other handhelds that are often packaged up as Game & Watch such as Mattel, V-Tech and other non Nintendo games (often contained in the very impressive MADrigal simulation set!) I might get around to those at some point as there is definitely a lot of love for them, but finding complete high resolution original artwork scans and photos is not easy! (Especially side box art!). There are also country variations, box variants so we'll see how we go 🙂
  2. Version 1.0

    485 downloads

    Super Nintendo 2D Cartridges Pack by Kondorito Availability - Site, FTP & Sync This pack took more time that what I planned, but I am very happy with the final result! It has the entire USA set, plus PAL locked games, plus Protos, plus Unreleased. The cart shapes, colors, and stickers are accurate as the originals games Thanks to @Yeuxkes for the PAL cart base template 🙂 Enjoy!
  3. Version 1.0.1

    32 downloads

    This pack contains 2D Box Art for 59 of the 60 Game & Watch Titles (56 are currently emulated in MAME). The goal here was to use original box art so 98% of these are made from original hi-res box scans and photos. So like the Game & Watch 3D Box Art Pack bare in mind some of these boxes are nearly 4 decades old and were understandably in pretty rough shape! I've cleaned them up a substantial amount but there are still some imperfections which I left there to preserve the original box as much as possible. So expect some folds, creases, tears, smudges, sticky tape residue! But I think it gives them all a bit of character and keeps them true to life, even if some of them are a bit rough around the edges! I'll update this set if I can source some really good quality scans of less battered boxes. I may also do an alternate "fully restored" set at some point but that might push those into re-creations. There's quite a few different box shapes and sizes so I've done my best to represent these as authentically as possible whilst keeping a consistent width (1280px) and a reasonable file size. Files are named as per MAME 0.231 Hopefully you like them 🙂 The missing box art is for Super Mario Bros. YM-901-S. Still figuring out how to go about this one as it's a little bit different Plus I'm looking for a really good high definition scan of the "box".
  4. View File Nintendo Game & Watch 2D Boxes This pack contains 2D Box Art for 57 of the 60 Game & Watch Titles (56 are currently emulated in MAME). The goal here was to use original box art so 98% of these are made from original hi-res box scans and photos. So like the Game & Watch 3D Box Art Pack bare in mind some of these boxes are nearly 4 decades old and were understandably in pretty rough shape! I've cleaned them up a substantial amount but there are still some imperfections which I left there to preserve the original box as much as possible. So expect some folds, creases, tears, smudges, sticky tape residue! But I think it gives them all a bit of character and keeps them true to life 🙂 I'll update this set if I can source some really good quality scans of less battered boxes and when MAME emulates the remaining few games. I may also do a "fully restored" set at some point but that would probably push these into re-creations. There's quite a few different box shapes and sizes so I've done my best to represent these as authentically as possible whilst keeping a consistent width and a reasonable file size. Hopefully you like them 🙂 Submitter Indy Submitted 08/10/2021 Category Box Submissions Resolution 1280px X Various Naming MAME 0.231 Total Files in Collection 1  
  5. View File Nintendo Game & Watch 3D Boxes This pack contains 3D Box Art for all 60 of the "Nintendo Game & Watch" Titles (56 are currently emulated in MAME) with 98% of them made from original hi-res box scans and photos. When trying to import the Nintendo Game & Watch platform I realised that the existing (but great) 3D Boxes didn't match the same angle / orientation as my other systems and a few titles were missing so I decided to create my own set of box art from scratch. Some of the original boxes and box scans are understandably in pretty rough shape after four decades, so I've cleaned them up a substantial amount but there are still some imperfections which I left there to preserve the original box as much as possible. So expect some folds, creases, tears, sticky tape residue and smudges but I think it gives them all a bit of character I'll update if I can source some really good quality scans of less battered cartons. When I started this I probably didn't realise there was so many different sized boxes used depending on the game or series so I've done my best to represent these as authentically as possible whilst keeping a consistent width and reasonable file size. Files are named as per MAME 0.231 Hopefully you like them 🙂 RELATED ARTWORK 2D Box Art using these images can be found here: Nintendo Game & Watch 2D Boxes WANTED Any hi resolution scans (300dpi or better preferred) or very large photos of the original "Crystal Screen Series" boxes. Ideally I need the whole box, or at least front and sides which are captured directly front on. i.e. not photos from angles. I can fix perspective to a small degree and the bigger the better. There are "re-created" boxes out there. Would love to find some original box scans for these if at all possible 🙂 "MISSING" BOXES & VARIANTS Just a note that this set only includes Nintendo Game & Watch titles and not other handhelds that are often packaged up as Game & Watch such as Mattel, V-Tech and other non Nintendo games (often contained in the very impressive MADrigal simulation set!) I might get around to those at some point as there is definitely a lot of love for them, but finding complete high resolution original artwork scans and photos is not easy! (Especially side box art!). There are also country variations, box variants so we'll see how we go 🙂 Submitter Indy Submitted 08/10/2021 Category Box Submissions Resolution 800px x Various Naming MAME 0.231 Total Files in Collection 1  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    356 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
  7. View File Nintendo Famicom Clear Logos Pack EmuMovies Official Game Logos Pack for the Nintendo Famicom Availability - Site, FTP & Sync Details Submitter Kondorito Submitted 10/19/2018 Category Artwork Resolution 400x175 Naming Convention No-Intro / HyperBase File Count 575
  8. Version 1.0.0

    608 downloads

    My desktop resolution is 2560x1440 Retroarch resolution Aspect Ratio 19:14
  9. Version 1.1

    3,780 downloads

    EmuMovies Official 3D Boxes Pack for the Nintendo 64 (Real Version by Kondorito) Availability - Site, FTP & Sync Contributor Notes: I wanted to make this set since a long time (not only because I loved how we ended up doing the SNES real 3d box pack with SupraKarma, but because currently there is no standing 3d box pack with real spines for the Nintendo 64). This set contains all the USA releases, plus the Europe region locked ones. The majority of the scans and spines were grabbed from Nintandbox.net (awesome site for printing real Nintendo game boxes), the rest were grabbed from ebay sales and other Google sites. When no proper images were found for spines, I had to make them from scratch. Because of the type of sources, the size of the boxes ended up enormous Huge thanks to @SupraKarma, @adamg and @wallmachine for the Nintandbox source scrapping; it was a tedious job, so I really appreciate your help on that. To everybody downloading this pack; bear in mind it is a "real" set; this means that the front and side covers are not pristine, pure B&W with perfect coloring. This set was made with real box scans; some are in better conditions than others. The idea of this is to have a set that could somehow tell a story, that you could relate to, and feel the boxes coming to life. I know it is not for everybody, but since I made it for me, I thought why not share it Enjoy!
  10. Version 1.1

    595 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
  11. Version 1.0.0

    114 downloads

    Hey Guys, Here are all 296 released NTSC Nintendo 64 front carts. These are all high-res and much better then what is currently out there. I have decided to do this set because N64 could use some love and these are all accurate carts with the appropriate cart colors for each game that offered a colored variant. I have named them using the no-intro naming scheme (as all my files will eventually be updated to this format). For anyone who uses Launchbox - When dropping these in your Launchbox build there are a handful that do not auto-load; you will have to manually update your game name in Launchbox. If anyone notices any issues or anything let me know otherwise enjoy!
  12. Version 1.0.0

    100 downloads

    Complete cart pack to FDS. File List.txt
  13. In the 1990s, Star Fox consistently broke new ground for Nintendo. Star Fox for SNES (1993) became Nintendo’s first game to use polygonal graphics, while Star Fox 64 (1997) introduced fans to another innovation with the Rumble Pak and further immersed players with full voice acting. Both games were among the best-selling titles on their respective systems. It seemed like a forgone conclusion that Star Fox would always be one of Nintendo’s most important franchises. Fast-forward more than 25 years later and the Star Fox IP is fighting to keep a spot on Nintendo’s roster. After the disappointing sales of Star Fox Zero (2016), many believed the franchise was looking at a permanent game-over screen. Part I of Star Fox: A New Hope focuses on Star Fox Zero (history & sales), the failure of the Wii U, the Nintendo Switch (launch & success), and the beginnings of Star Fox & Co. in Star Link: Battle for Atlas (2018). If you enjoy this video, please give it a like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell to get an alert for when Part II releases this fall. Thanks for watching! Twitter ► https://twitter.com/nintendonomics
  14. Name: Star Fox: A New Hope (Part I) | Video Game Documentary Category: News and Entertainment Date Added: 10/04/2020 Submitter: Nintendonomics In the 1990s, Star Fox consistently broke new ground for Nintendo. Star Fox for SNES (1993) became Nintendo’s first game to use polygonal graphics, while Star Fox 64 (1997) introduced fans to another innovation with the Rumble Pak and further immersed players with full voice acting. Both games were among the best-selling titles on their respective systems. It seemed like a forgone conclusion that Star Fox would always be one of Nintendo’s most important franchises. Fast-forward more than 25 years later and the Star Fox IP is fighting to keep a spot on Nintendo’s roster. After the disappointing sales of Star Fox Zero (2016), many believed the franchise was looking at a permanent game-over screen. Part I of Star Fox: A New Hope focuses on Star Fox Zero (history & sales), the failure of the Wii U, the Nintendo Switch (launch & success), and the beginnings of Star Fox & Co. in Star Link: Battle for Atlas (2018). If you enjoy this video, please give it a like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell to get an alert for when Part II releases this fall. Thanks for watching! Twitter ► https://twitter.com/nintendonomics Star Fox: A New Hope (Part I) | Video Game Documentary
  15. View File Nintendo 64 3D Boxes Pack (Real Version) EmuMovies Official 3D Boxes Pack for the Nintendo 64 (Real Version by Kondorito) Availability - Site, FTP & Sync Contributor Notes: I wanted to make this set since a long time (not only because I loved how we ended up doing the SNES real 3d box pack with SupraKarma, but because currently there is no standing 3d box pack with real spines for the Nintendo 64). This set contains all the USA releases, plus the Europe region locked ones. The majority of the scans and spines were grabbed from Nintandbox.net (awesome site for printing real Nintendo game boxes), the rest were grabbed from ebay sales and other Google sites. When no proper images were found for spines, I had to make them from scratch. Because of the type of sources, the size of the boxes ended up enormous Huge thanks to @SupraKarma, @adamg and @wallmachine for the Nintandbox source scrapping; it was a tedious job, so I really appreciate your help on that. To everybody downloading this pack; bear in mind it is a "real" set; this means that the front and side covers are not pristine, pure B&W with perfect coloring. This set was made with real box scans; some are in better conditions than others. The idea of this is to have a set that could somehow tell a story, that you could relate to, and feel the boxes coming to life. I know it is not for everybody, but since I made it for me, I thought why not share it Enjoy! Submitter Kondorito Submitted 06/08/2018 Category Artwork Resolution 1800x1500 Naming No-Intro File Count 304  
  16. View File ABeezy's Nintendo 64 Carts Hey Guys, Here are all 296 released NTSC Nintendo 64 front carts. These are all high-res and much better then what is currently out there. I have decided to do this set because N64 could use some love and these are all accurate carts with the appropriate cart colors for each game that offered a colored variant. I have named them using the no-intro naming scheme (as all my files will eventually be updated to this format). For anyone who uses Launchbox - When dropping these in your Launchbox build there are a handful that do not auto-load; you will have to manually update your game name in Launchbox. If anyone notices any issues or anything let me know otherwise enjoy! Submitter ABeezy1388 Submitted 08/06/2020 Category Cartridge Submissions Resolution 950 x 630 Naming No-Intro File Count 296
  17. Version 1.1

    1,484 downloads

    3D Boxes Collection for the Nintendo DS Availability - Site, FTP
  18. Version 1.0.0

    210 downloads

    52 clean wheel logos for Nintendo Game & Watch - PAYA's version
  19. Version 1.0.2

    261 downloads

    Complete clear logos pack. File List.txt All images in this pack were edited by me.
  20. View File Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Cart Pack Complete cart pack to FDS. File List.txt Submitter Hunter_ARG Submitted 03/19/2020 Category Cartridge Submissions Resolution 587x700 Naming No-Intro/HyperBase File Count 464
  21. View File Nintendo Famicom Disk System Game Logo Pack Complete clear logos pack. File List.txt All images in this pack were edited by me. Submitter Hunter_ARG Submitted 03/05/2020 Category Logo Submissions Resolution 400x175 Naming No-Intro/HyperBase File Count 464
  22. Version 1.0

    317 downloads

    EmuMovies Official 3D Boxes Pack for the Nintendo Wii U eShop & Virtual Console Availability: Site, FTP & Sync (File List) Nintendo Wii U - eShop (3D Boxes)(Robin55 1.0).txt (File List) Nintendo Wii U - Virtual Console (3D Boxes)(Robin55 1.0).txt This is a collection of all the Nintendo Wii U eShop game Covers available (494). Virtual Console games are also included.
  23. View File Nintendo Wii U 3D Boxes Pack EmuMovies Official Wii U 3D Boxes Pack Availability - Site, FTP, Sync This is a collection of 674 3D Boxes for the Nintendo Wii U. These use the same template as my PC, Steam, Xbox, Xbox 360 3D Boxes. The collection is split into three sections: 1: 189 3D Boxes for games released on Disc format. These are named after the official Hyperlist XML and all boxes are included. However only about half of them have spine art as many full covers are not available yet on the net however I have added script to those boxes missing spine art to complete the set. Also some of the boxes in this set may have European covers where American covers should be as I tried to find as many full covers as possible and I always took what ever was available regardless of region. this did not happen often though. 2: A collection of 428 created eShop 3D Boxes. 3: A collection of 57 created virtual console 3D boxes. Big thanks go out to souffleetc on Imgur who posted his 65 eShop and 57 Virtual Console covers he created. Submitter Robin55 Submitted 01/15/2018 Category Artwork Resolution 989x1472 Naming File Count 678
  24. Version 1.3

    1,124 downloads

    EmuMovies Official Wii U 3D Boxes Pack Availability - Site, FTP, Sync This is a collection of 674 3D Boxes for the Nintendo Wii U. These use the same template as my PC, Steam, Xbox, Xbox 360 3D Boxes. The collection is split into three sections: 1: 189 3D Boxes for games released on Disc format. These are named after the official Hyperlist XML and all boxes are included. However only about half of them have spine art as many full covers are not available yet on the net however I have added script to those boxes missing spine art to complete the set. Also some of the boxes in this set may have European covers where American covers should be as I tried to find as many full covers as possible and I always took what ever was available regardless of region. this did not happen often though. 2: A collection of 428 created eShop 3D Boxes. 3: A collection of 57 created virtual console 3D boxes. Big thanks go out to souffleetc on Imgur who posted his 65 eShop and 57 Virtual Console covers he created.
  25. View File Nintendo Wii U - eShop/VC 3D Boxes Pack (494) EmuMovies Official 3D Boxes Pack for the Nintendo Wii U eShop & Virtual Console Availability: Site, FTP & Sync (File List) Nintendo Wii U - eShop (3D Boxes)(Robin55 1.0).txt (File List) Nintendo Wii U - Virtual Console (3D Boxes)(Robin55 1.0).txt This is a collection of all the Nintendo Wii U eShop game Covers available (494). Virtual Console games are also included. Submitter Robin55 Submitted 01/19/2020 Category Box Submissions Resolution 567x878 Naming Total Files in Collection 494 File Count 494
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