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  1. 12 points

    [WIP] Download Section Clean Up

    Hi All, After my unexpected upgrade to Section Admin I just wanted to let everyone know I will be focusing my efforts more on the download section. Notice It will be a long standing project due to the nature of the beast. I am a little stretched for spare time so please dont expect anything to drastic!! I am also less accomplished than most of this community when it comes to artwork quality. The Plan 1. Migrate solid community approved artwork over to the Official section 2. Create new categories where needed 3. Request users return to posting their content in announcment threads before uploading to the download section. 4. Find some active Media Approvers How Can You Help Please post here content, from the Upload Here section, you feel is of high enough quality to be classed "official" To be continued.....
  2. 12 points

    Version 4.5.1


    This is a Vecor special media pack to replace HyperSpin original "Specials" & "Menu" medias, with improved quality. It's made to exactly replicate the original style, but with a much improved quality (vector and aspect ratio) Updated content is: Footer animations (Next/Prev Game, Press Start, Free Play), for Main menu as well as for all Game Systems (Next, Previous, Forward, Backward) Those are the .swf files under images/special folders of Main menu & Systems Exit and Favorites menu (Background, Texts and arrows) Those are the .png files under frontend/images/special Benefits are: No jagged graphics Smoother animations Native Compatibility with all resolutions (4K included) Correct Aspect Ratio in 16/9 and 4/3 Smaller files How to Install: Please copy Media folder corresponding to your screen aspect ratio (4/3 or 16/9) to your Media folder (for Main Menu and Frontend), and copy files under (FOR_SYSTEMS) to each Game System folder, You can execute the batch script under FOR_SYSTEMS to automatically copy game systems specials to all systems (to be done once archive copied to your HyperSpin folder) You also have to redo the copy every time you create a new system with HyperHQ, as HyperHQ create default arts which are not Vector Note: .png files under /Frontend/ are .swf files renamed to .png, they cannot be open under an Image viewer Thank you Bubs FOOTER: Before (Bitmap): After (Vector): 16/9 Before (Bitmap, stretched): 16/9 After (Vector, not stretched): HiDPi Detail: MENU (Exit & Favorites): Before (Bitmap): After (Vector): 16/9 Before (Bitmap is stretched): 16/9 After (Vector is not stretched):
  3. 9 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Here is yet another compile of mame64_v0.191 no nag screen enjoy
  4. 8 points

    Vewlix Cabinet

    Yo, first off I'd like to say thanks to my mate @ci2own whose been a great inspiration and great help with everything! So I've started building my cabinet finally... It's going to be a stand up Vewlix style cabinet. Control Panel Parts: x1 - I-PAC Ultimate I/O Interface with full wiring harness (4.8mm switch connectors) x2 - PCB Mounting Feet x1 - Daisy-Chain Harness (4.8mm Connectors) x4 - Extension Harness Pack (4.8mm Connectors) x2 - ServoStik x2 - RGB Illuminated Handle for Servostik x1 - ServoStik Control Board x2 - Joystick Mounting Kits x30 - Classic RGB LED Pushbuttons (500mm LED Wiring) x1 - Knobs for SpinTrak Large (Silver) x1 - SpinTrak Rotary Control (No Cable) x1 - Flyweight for SpinTrak (Large) x1 - U-TRAK FlushMount Arcade Trackball (U-Trak Pearl with USB2 + Cable) x1 - U-Trak RGB LED Illumination Kit x1 - Trim Bezel for U-Trak x1 - U-HID Nano PCB with USB cable x2 - AimTrak Light Gun Boxed Black (With Recoil (Excl PSU)) x2 - AC 100V-240V Converter Adapter DC 36V 3A Switching power supply Charger DC 5.5mm x1 - Super IR Bar for Aimtrak with USB cable x2 - Holster for Aimtrak x1 - Digital/Analog Plunger No Ball Shooter Assembly - Standard Series x1 - Williams Ball Shooter Mechanism x4 - Sony 4" 3 Way Speakers XS-FB103E x1 - SMSL Q5 Pro x4 - Monacor SG-100 Decorative Speaker Grill 4" x2 - Xbox One Wireless Controller White (Added Grip) x2 - Controller Gear Xbox One White Controller Stand v2.0 x1 - Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing (Xbox One and PC) x1 - Logitech Driving Force Shifter Computer: x1 - Intel Core i7 7700K x1 - ASUS ROG Maximus IX Code x1 - ASUS ROG GeForce GTX 1080 Ti x1 - G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 x1 - EVGA Supernova G2 750W x1 - LG 43UD79-B 43" 4K x1 - Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD x2 - Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB x1 - Noctua NH-D15 x1 - Arctic Silver 5 x1 - Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 5 Images:
  5. 7 points

    Version 0.191


    personal patched Arcade64 no nag 0.191
  6. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Top Secret (Exidy) (version 1.0)
  7. 6 points
    We have just released a long awaited update for the Sega Dreamcase Video Snaps collection. This update adds or replaces 184 video snaps bringing our total for the collection to 459 videos. Huge thanks to DamnedRegistrations and Audi85 for helping with some of these captures. Now on to the sample, list of changes and links (you know the drill). High Quality Sample Videos Added or Replaced - 185 Captures and Initial Edits - @Circo @DamnedRegistrations @Audi85 Final Edits and Encoding - @Circo 102 Dalmatians - Puppies to the Rescue (USA) 18 Wheeler - American Pro Trucker (USA) 4 Wheel Thunder (USA) 4x4 Evolution (USA) 90 Minutes - Sega Championship Football (Europe) Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 (Japan) (Translated En) Aero Dancing I (Japan) Air (Japan) Alice's Mom's Rescue (World) (Unl) Atari Anniversary Edition (USA) BANG! Gunship Elite (USA) Bangai-O (USA) BassRush Dream - Ecogear PowerWorm Championship (Japan) Biohazard - Code - Veronica - Kanzenban (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 1) Biohazard - Code - Veronica - Kanzenban (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 2) Bomber Hehhe! (Japan) Bomberman Online (USA) Border Down (Japan) Breakers (World) (Unl) Buggy Heat (Europe) Bust-A-Move 4 (USA) Caesars Palace 2000 - Millennium Gold Edition (USA) Canary - Kono Omoi wo Uta ni Nosete (Japan) Cannon Spike (USA) Capcom vs. SNK - Millennium Fight 2000 Pro (Japan) Capcom vs. SNK (USA) Capcom vs. SNK 2 - Millionaire Fighting 2001 (Japan) Capcom vs. SNK 2 Fan Disc (Japan) Castle Shikigami 2 (Japan) Chaos Field (Japan) Charge 'N Blast (USA) Chicken Run (USA) Chu Chu Rocket! (USA) Cleopatra Fortune (Japan) Coaster Works (USA) Cool Boarders Burrrn! (Japan) Cool Herders (World) (Unl) Crazy Taxi (USA) Crazy Taxi 2 (USA) Culdcept II (Japan) D2 (USA) (Disc 1) D2 (USA) (Disc 2) D2 (USA) (Disc 3) D2 (USA) (Disc 4) Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix - Dreamcast Edition (Japan) Dance Dance Revolution Club Version - Dreamcast Edition (Japan) Daytona USA (USA) Dead or Alive 2 - Limited Edition (Japan) Dead or Alive 2 Final (Hack) Death Crimson 2 - Meranito no Saidan (Japan) Demolition Racer - No Exit (USA) Densha de Go! 2 - Kousoku-hen 3000 Bandai (Japan) Derby Tsuku - Derby Uma o Tsukurou! (Japan) Doki Doki Idol Star Seeker Remix (Japan) Draconus - Cult of the Wyrm (USA) Dreamkey Version 1.0 (Europe) Dreamkey Version 1.5 (Europe) Dreamkey Version 2.0 (Europe) Dreamkey Version 3.0 (Europe) Dreamon Collection 2 (Europe) Dreamon Collection 3 (Europe) Dreamon Collection 4 (Europe) Dreamon Volume 1 (Europe) DUX - Version 1.5 (World) (Unl) ECW Anarchy Rulz (USA) ECW Hardcore Revolution (USA) Eisei Meijin III - Game Creator Yoshimura Nobuhiro no Zunou (Japan) Elansar (World) (Unl) Escape 2042 - The Truth Defenders (World) (Unl) ESPN NBA 2Night (USA) European Super League (Europe) Evil Dead - Hail to the King (USA) Evolution - The World of Sacred Device (USA) Exhibition of Speed (Europe) Feet of Fury - Mobile Tactical Dancing Action (World) (Unl) Fire ProWrestling D (Japan) (Translated En) Flintstones, The - Viva Rock Vegas (Europe) (Proto) Frame Gride (Japan) (Translated En) Frog Feast (World) (Unl) Fruit'Y (World) (Unl) Fur Fighters (USA) Geist Force (Japan) (Proto) Ghost Blade (World) (Unl) Giga Wing (USA) Giga Wing 2 (USA) Godzilla Generations - Maximum Impact (Japan) Godzilla Generations (Japan) Golem no Maigo (Japan) Golf Shiyouyo - Course Data Shuu - Adventure-hen (Japan) Golf Shiyouyo - Kouryaku Pack (Japan) Golf Shiyouyo 2 - Aratanaru Chousen (Japan) Guilty Gear X (Japan) Half-Life (USA) (Proto) Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2 (Japan) Heisei Mahjong Shou (Japan) Hellgate (USA) (Proto) Hello Kitty - Magical Block (Japan) Hello Kitty no Garden Panic (Japan) Inhabitants (World) (Unl) Irides - Master of Blocks (World) (Unl) Jahmong (Japan) James & Watch - Arm (World) (Unl) James & Watch - Tooth Cracker (World) (Unl) Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu - Dreamcast Edition (Japan) Jissen Pachi Slot Hisshouhou! @Vpachi - Kongdom (Japan) Kidou Senshi Gundam - Renpou vs. Zeon & DX (Japan) (Disc 1) Kidou Senshi Gundam - Renpou vs. Zeon & DX (Japan) (Disc 2) King of Fighters 2000 (Japan) King of Fighters 2001 (Japan) King of Fighters 2002 (Japan) Kitahei Gold (Japan) Lake Masters Pro Dreamcast Plus! (Japan) Last Hope - Pink Bullets (Europe) Last Hope (Japan) Le Mans 24 Hours (Europe) Leona's Tricky Adventures (World) (Unl) Love Hina - Totsuzen no Engeji Happening (Japan) Maqiupai (World) (Unl) Mars Matrix (USA) Marvel vs. Capcom (USA) Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (USA) Millennium Racer - Y2K Fighter (World) (Unl) Monaco Grand Prix (USA) Morita no Saikyo Reversi (Japan) Morita no Saikyo Shougi (Japan) Mortal Kombat Gold (USA) Mr. Driller (USA) NBA 2K (USA) NBA 2K1 (USA) NBA 2K2 (USA) NEO XYX (World) (Unl) Neppachi - 10-ren Chan de Las Vegas Ryokou (Japan) Neppachi II @VPACHI - CR Harenchi Gakuen (Japan) Neppachi III @VPACHI - CR Do Konjou Gaeru 2 - CR Do Konjou Gaeru H (Japan) Neppachi IV @VPACHI - CR Aa!! Hana no Ouendan 3 (Japan) Neppachi V @VPACHI - CR Monster House (Japan) Neppachi VI @VPACHI - CR O Takara Tankentai (Japan) Net Versus - Chess (Japan) Net Versus - Gomoku Narabe to Renju (Japan) Net Versus - Hanafuda (Japan) Net Versus - Igo (Japan) Net Versus - Mahjong (Japan) Net Versus - Reversi (Japan) Net Versus - Shogi (Japan) Nettou Golf (Japan) New Japan Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 4 (Japan) Nihon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin - Tetsuman Menkyokaiden (Japan) O.To.I.Re - Dreamcast Sequencer (Japan) Orion Puzzle Collection (World) (Unl) Pachinko no Dendou - CR Nanasy (Japan) Pachi-Slot Teiou - Dream Slot - Heiwa SP (Japan) Pachi-Slot Teiou - Dream Slot - Olympia SP (Japan) Panzer Front (Japan) PBA Tour Bowling 2001 (USA) (Proto) Philia - The Sequel to Elansar (World) (Unl) Pier Solar and the Great Architects (World) (Unl) Plus Plumb (Japan) Pop'n Music (Japan) Pop'n Music 2 (Japan) Pop'n Music 3 - Append Disc (Japan) Pop'n Music 4 - Append Disc (Japan) Pro Mahjong Kiwame D (Japan) Pro Yakyuu Team de Asobou Net! (Japan) Propeller Arena - Aviation Battle Championship (USA) (Proto) Redux - Dark Matters (World) (Unl) Rush Rush Rally Racing (World) (Unl) Rush Rush Rally Reloaded (World) (Unl) Seaman (USA) Shanghai Dynasty (Japan) Shenmue (USA) (Disc 4) Shin Honkaku Hanafuda (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 4 (Japan) Soukou no Kihei - Space Griffon (Japan) Space Channel 5 - Part 2 (Japan) (Translated En) Sturmwind (World) (Unl) Super Runabout - San Francisco Edition (USA) Taisen Net Gimmick - Capcom & Psikyo All Stars (Japan) Tanaka Torahiko no Urutoraryu Syougi - Ibisya Anaguma Hen (Japan) Taxi 2 - Le Jeu (Europe) Tokyo Bus Guide (Japan) Volgarr the Viking (World) (Unl) What's Shenmue (Japan) Wind and Water - Puzzle Battles (World) (Unl) Zia & the Goddesses of Magic (World) (Unl) Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  8. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0


    ¡Juego fantástico de Shoot'em Up! por Jaleco @thatman84
  9. 5 points
    Here's your link. https://www.humblebundle.com/store/killer-is-dead-nightmare-edition
  10. 5 points
    Today we have a new update for the EmuMovies Sony Playstation Video Snaps Collection. Audi85 has been sending us quite a few captures of Japanese and unlicensed games and a few more translations were submitted by DamnedRegistrations. This update takes us to version 1.8 and includes 118 new videos bringing the total number of videos in the collection to 2,072. Continue reading for samples, changelist and links. High Quality Samples Videos Added or Replaced - 118 Captures and Initial Edits - @Audi85 @DamnedRegistrations Final Edits and Encoding - @Circo Advanced V.G. 2 (Japan) Armed Fighter (Japan) Arthur To Astaroth Nazo-Makaimura - Incredible Toons (Japan) Athena - Awakening from the Ordinary Life (Japan) Battle Arena Nitoushinden (Japan) Battle Arena Toushinden 2 Plus (Japan) Battle Master (Japan) Blade Arts (Japan) Blue Breaker Burst - Egao no Asu ni (Japan) Blue Breaker Burst - Hohoemi o Anata to (Japan) Bomberman Wars (Japan) (Translated En) Bounty Hunter Sara - Holy Mountain no Teiou (Japan) Break Volley (Japan) Brigandine - Grand Edition (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 1) Brigandine - Grand Edition (Japan) (Translated En) (Disc 2) Champion Wrestler (Japan) Chou Aniki - Kyuukyoku Muteki Ginga Saikyou Otoko (Japan) Chou Jikuu Yousai Macross - Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Japan) Clock Tower - The First Fear (Japan) (Translated En) Crisis City (Japan) Critical Blow (Japan) Deadheat Road (Japan) Demo One (Version 1) (Europe) Echo Night #2 - Nemuri no Shihaisha (Japan) (Translated En) EOS - Edge of Skyhigh (Japan) Eve - The Fatal Attraction (Japan) Eve - The Lost One (Japan) Eve Zero (Japan) Exector (Japan) Expert (Japan) Extra Bright (Japan) Extreme Power (Japan) Fighters' Impact (Japan) Fighting Network Rings (Japan) Fire Pro Wrestling - Iron Slam '96 (Japan) Fire Pro Wrestling G (Japan) Fist (Japan) Fox Junction (Japan) Funky Boxers (Japan) Gekitotsu Tomarunner (Japan) Genei Tougi - Shadow Struggle (Japan) Goiken Muyou II (Japan) Gunnm - Kasei no Kioku (Japan) Hakai Oh - King Of Crusher (Japan) Hokuto no Ken - Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu (Japan) Hokuto no Ken (Japan) Juusou Kihei Valken 2 (Japan) Kahen Soukou Gunbike (Japan) Kaisoku Tenshi (Japan) Kakugo no Susume (Japan) Kamen Rider (Japan) Kamen Rider Agito (Japan) Kamen Rider Kuga (Japan) Kamen Rider Ryuki (Japan) Kamen Rider V3 (Japan) Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor - Game Edition (Japan) Koutetsu Reiiki - Steeldom (Japan) Lightning Legend - Daigo no Daibouken (Japan) Love Game's Wai Wai Tennis Plus (Japan) Love Love Truck (Japan) LSD - Dream Emulator (Japan) Lucifer Ring (Japan) Mad Stalker - Full Metal Force (Japan) Magical Hoppers (Japan) Makeruna! Makendo 2 (Japan) Master's Fighter, The (Japan) MaxRacer (Japan) Megatudo 2096 (Japan) Mikuzi Shigeru no Yokai Butouden (Japan) Nijiiro Dodgeball (Japan) Ninku (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden - Hyper Tag Match (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden (Japan) Pro Wrestling Sengokuden 2 - Kakutou Emaki (Japan) Puzzle Arena Toushinden (Japan) Ranma 1-2 - Battle Renaissance (Japan) Real Bout Special - Dominated Mind (Japan) Rittai Ninja Katsugeki - Tenchu - Shinobi Hyakusen (Japan) Robbit mon Dieu (Japan) Running High (Japan) Rurouni Kenshin - Meiji Kenkaku Romantan - Ishin Gekitou Hen (Japan) Rurouni Kenshin - Meiji Kenkaku Romantan - Juuyuushi Inbou Hen (Japan) Saber Marionette J - Battle Sabers (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 2 (Japan) Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Retsuden 3 (Japan) Shiritsu Justice Gakuen - Nekketsu Seishun Nikki 2 (Japan) Shura no Mon (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Hello Kitty Vol.01 - Hello Kitty Bowling (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 22 - The Pro Wrestling (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 52 - The Pro Wrestling 2 (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol. 94 - The Cameraman - Gekisha Boy Omake Tsuki (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.024 - The Gun Shooting (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.056 - The Sniper (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.072 - The Beach Volley (Japan) Simple 1500 Series Vol.099 - The Kendo (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.03 - Kamen Rider - The Bike Race (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.08 - Gatchaman - The Shooting (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.10 - Sakigake!! Otojo Juku - The Dodgeball (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.12 - Kidou Butouden G Gundam The Battle (Japan) Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol.17 - Sentou Mecha Xabungle - Racing Action (Japan) Slam Dragon (Japan) Spriggan - Lunar Verse (Japan) Street Fighter II Movie (Japan) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 1) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 2) Super Adventure Rockman (Japan) (Disc 3) Tatsunoko Fight (Japan) Torneko - The Last Hope (USA) Toshinden Card Quest (Japan) Twin Goddesses (Japan) Virtual Hiryuu no Ken (Japan) Virtual Pro Wrestling (Japan) Yakyuuken Special (Japan) (Disc 1) Yakyuuken Special (Japan) (Disc 2) Zeiramzone (Japan) Zen Nihon Joshi Pro Wrestling - Joou Densetsu - Yume no Taikousen (Japan) Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling - Ouja no Kon (Japan) Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  11. 4 points
    Today's release from EmuMovies is a new video snap collection for the Atari Lynx. DamnedRegistrations is still cranking out updates faster than we can get them posted and this new set again features crisp captures at 60fps. We also have a new Platform Video as well as some artwork updates. Continue reading for a listing of the new videos as well as the usual links and samples. Video Snap Sample (High Quality) Platform Video Sample (High Quality) Videos Added - 76 @DamnedRegistrations A.P.B. - All Points Bulletin (USA, Europe) Awesome Golf (USA, Europe) Baseball Heroes (USA, Europe) Basketbrawl (USA, Europe) Batman Returns (USA, Europe) Battle Wheels (USA, Europe) Battlezone 2000 (USA, Europe) Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (USA, Europe) Block Out (USA, Europe) Blue Lightning (USA, Europe) Bubble Trouble (USA, Europe) California Games (USA, Europe) Checkered Flag (USA, Europe) Chip's Challenge (USA, Europe) Crystal Mines II (USA, Europe) Desert Strike - Return to the Gulf (USA, Europe) Dinolympics (USA, Europe) Dirty Larry - Renegade Cop (USA, Europe) Double Dragon (USA, Europe) Dracula the Undead (USA, Europe) Electrocop (USA, Europe) European Soccer Challenge (USA, Europe) Fat Bobby (USA, Europe) Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge, The (USA, Europe) Gates of Zendocon, The (USA, Europe) Gauntlet - The Third Encounter (USA, Europe) Gordo 106 - The Mutated Lab Monkey (USA, Europe) Hard Drivin' (USA, Europe) Hockey (USA, Europe) Hydra (USA, Europe) Ishido - The Way of Stones (USA, Europe) Jimmy Connors' Tennis (USA, Europe) Joust (USA, Europe) Klax (USA, Europe) Krazy Ace - Miniature Golf (USA, Europe) Kung Food (USA, Europe) Lemmings (USA, Europe) Lexis (USA, Europe) Lynx Casino (USA, Europe) Malibu Bikini Volleyball (USA, Europe) Ms. Pac-Man (USA, Europe) NFL Football (USA, Europe) Ninja Gaiden (USA, Europe) Ninja Gaiden III - The Ancient Ship of Doom (USA, Europe) Pac-Land (USA, Europe) Paperboy (USA, Europe) Pinball Jam (USA, Europe) Pit Fighter - The Ultimate Competition (USA, Europe) Power Factor (USA, Europe) Qix (USA, Europe) Raiden (USA) Rampage (USA, Europe) Rampart (USA, Europe) RoadBlasters (USA, Europe) Robo-Squash (USA, Europe) Robotron 2084 (USA, Europe) Rygar - Legendary Warrior (USA, Europe) S.T.U.N. Runner (USA, Europe) Scrapyard Dog (USA, Europe) Shadow of the Beast (USA, Europe) Shanghai (USA, Europe) Steel Talons (USA, Europe) Super Asteroids, Missile Command (USA, Europe) Super Off-Road (USA, Europe) Super Skweek (USA, Europe) Switchblade II (USA, Europe) Todd's Adventures in Slime World (USA, Europe) Toki (USA, Europe) Tournament Cyberball 2072 (USA, Europe) Turbo Sub (USA, Europe) Viking Child (USA, Europe) Warbirds (USA, Europe) World Class Soccer (USA, Europe) Xenophobe (USA, Europe) Xybots (USA, Europe) Zarlor Mercenary (USA, Europe) Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  12. 4 points

    Vewlix Cabinet

    Just a little update finished all four sides for the base. Tomorrow I hope to finish the base and front frame so i can join the box together.
  13. 4 points

    [WIP] Download Section Clean Up

    In the absense of Media Approvers I have continues splitting up the larger Upload Here sections. This should aid user navigation and ease the task of approving. It may mess with peoples search habits......let me know any negative affects. 347 Main Menu Themes organised Main Menu Themes have been split up. I grouped them the best I could. Hopefully it makes sense and people use the categories to upload.
  14. 4 points
    It makes me so hapoy to see Hyperscore still happening!
  15. 4 points

    [WIP] Download Section Clean Up

    Moved To Official List. Expand the hidden content for direct links to files. @diskmach 3DS Wheels @Dabil XBOX 2D box pack, Main Menu and System Default Theme @shagizoo mame game theme
  16. 4 points

    Version 0.0.191beta2


    This is the mame xml databases full lists generator application : Generate Mame xml full lists of any version you want. Auto-Download all ini files necessary for generate Mame xml full lists. You can create your own Files from mame (official) sorted by : working or All games(including non-working) number of Players (from 1p to 9p) Genres (48 genre lists + 1 "new" genre list for games added from the current version) Manufacturers (26 lists of the most important manufacturers) Years (5 lists by decade of years) Extras (Controls,Buttons,Sound Channels,Screens,Languages,Versions,Best games,In/Not in Dir,Others...) Same thing for Folders: Manufacturers , Genre , Years , Players , and all Extras : These lists will have the same directory/lists created : For ex : Genre "Fighter","Soccer","Adventure","Capcom","Sega","1970-1979","2p sim".... will have : working or All games(including non-working) Genres (49 genre lists) number of Players (from 1p to 9p) Manufacturers (26 lists max) Years (5 lists max) Extras (Controls,Buttons,Sound Channels,Screens,Languages,Versions,Best games,in/Not in Dir,Others...)
  17. 4 points

    Version 1.3.3


    NOTE: IF DOWNLOAD IS FAILING PLEASE DISABLE ANTIVIRUS New HyperSpin release initial install files. Just unzip somewhere such as C:\HyperSpin , DO NOT OVERWRITE YOUR PREVIOUS INSTALLATION, this is an all new HS. Includes HyperLaunch and all modules, please update databases is fresh install. Changes 01/23/2015 Reverted back to HyperLaunch 2 Bundle
  18. 3 points
    We have a pretty cool update for the EmuMovies Nintendo Entertainment System video snaps collection. This update primarily contains video snaps for hacks, unlicensed and prototype games. Big thanks to @Riffman81 and @Audi85 for the submitting the captures. Continue reading below for the usual samples and links...Enjoy!! High Quality Video Snap Samples Videos Added / Replaced - 229 @Riffman81 @Audi85 Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  19. 3 points
    Today we over here at EmuMovies are happy to announce a brand new video snap set for the Watara Supervision. This new pack includes 66 video snaps as well as a new default platform video and gameplay and title snapshots. Continue after the previews for details and links. Video Snap Sample (High Quality) Platform Video Sample (High Quality) Videos Added - 66 @DamnedRegistrations 2 in 1 - Block Buster + Cross High (USA, Europe) 2 in 1 - Hash Blocks + Eagle Plan (USA, Europe) Alien (USA, Europe) Balloon Fight (USA, Europe) Block Buster (USA, Europe) Brain Power (USA, Europe) Bubble World (Asia) Carrier (USA, Europe) Cave Wonders (USA, Europe) Challenger Tank (USA, Europe) Chimera (USA, Europe) Chinese Checkers (USA, Europe) Classic Casino (USA, Europe) Climber (USA, Europe) Crystball (USA, Europe) Dancing Block (Asia) Delta Hero (USA, Europe) Dream World (USA, Europe) Eagle Plan (USA, Europe) Earth Defender (USA, Europe) Fatal Craft (USA, Europe) Final Combat (USA, Europe) Galactic Crusader (USA, Europe) Galaxy Fighter (USA, Europe) Grand Prix (USA, Europe) Happy Pairs (USA, Europe) Happy Race (USA, Europe) Hash Blocks (USA, Europe) Hero Hawk (Asia) Hero Kid (USA, Europe) Honey Bee (USA, Europe) Jacky Lucky (USA, Europe) Jaguar Bomber (USA, Europe) John Adventure (USA, Europe) Journey to the West (Asia) Juggler (USA, Europe) Kabi Island - Gold in Island (USA, Europe) Kitchen War (Asia) Kung-Fu Street (Asia) Linear Racing (USA, Europe) Magincross (USA, Europe) Majong (Asia) Matta Blatta (USA, Europe) Olympic Trials (USA, Europe) P-52 Sea Battle (USA, Europe) PacBoy & Mouse (USA, Europe) Pacific Battle (Asia) Penguin Hideout (USA, Europe) Police Bust (USA, Europe) Popo Team (Asia) Pyramid (USA, Europe) Recycle Design (Asia) Scaffolder (Asia) Soccer Champion (USA, Europe) Sonny Xpress! (Asia) Space Fighter (Asia) SSSnake (USA, Europe) Super Block (USA, Europe) Super Kong (USA, Europe) Super Pang (Asia) Tasac 2010 (USA, Europe) Tennis Pro '92 (USA, Europe) Thunder Shooting (Asia) Treasure Hunter (USA, Europe) Untouchable (Asia) Witty Cat (Asia) Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  20. 3 points
    BORNTOHULA wins this challenge with a score of 150130 points! (Hula dance shown here) A great game, good music, will definitely add to in "my favorites" mame wheel. Not as popular as Red Robin though... I will put up the next challenge in a few days, Thanks.
  21. 3 points

    Vewlix Cabinet

    Nice cuts bro, you are a machine.
  22. 3 points

    MSU-1 SNES CD Full Wheel

    I made a RocketLauncher bezel for this (out of artwork directly from the main menu theme), if anyone is interested.
  23. 3 points
    A big hand of applause for our Brazilian friend ACCORSI, winner of the wacky WACKO challenge. Here's your wacky prize: and an "horror-noble" mention to @gigapig @thatman84 and @wanger25 for their second effort. As well as @Lucky1 for is last effort to finish second. Thank you all for this fun challenge, the next will be up soon.
  24. 3 points

    [WIP] Download Section Clean Up

    That is simply awesome @Accorsi greatly appreciated. Im just turning in after a very long day and 3 more long ones to go. i will be back at it after that. Or a little bit when I can. Fyi spoiler tab is Providing links is a great help Then its approving artwork which maybe @THK could comment on for us or any media approvers reading. The moving of files I will take care of. Its gonna be a slow burner project this one
  25. 3 points
    Here, @thatman84 some official artwork
  26. 3 points
    This is the first game I played that requires a lot of concentration, why is not it only automatic, very good!! And after training a lot, here is my score
  27. 3 points

    MSU-1 SNES CD Full Wheel

    Let's wait for utfalcon to weigh in on this. I'm perfectly content with what he's already done, and I'm also ok with whatever he decides to do. My personal thoughts for Rock n' Roll Racing are to just name the entry Rock n' Roll Racing (MSU-1), and leave it up to the end user to decide whether they want the version with vocals or without. If you want the version with, it means extra effort on your end, because nobody seems to want to distribute the pcm files, and from my personal experience, it was kind of a pain to make them by hand, even with the included tools. I already had all of the mp3s but one, but the tool wanted wav files. Who uses wav files, seriously? In fact, I think the same could be said for TMNT IV. I have both versions with the modded music, but they're still basically the same game. Which version you want in your personal setup (or both) is a matter of preference. I think it would get annoying rather quickly if for example, the zeldix community releases 10 different alternate versions of MSU hacks. Should we really include all of them in the database? I think games that are their own unique hacks (Legend of Zelda a Link to the Past DX (MSU-1) comes to mind) should definitely be in the database, as should a single entry for any game that has MSU enhancement available (but nothing else in the way of enhancements or changes to gameplay).
  28. 3 points

    Version 1.0


    517 wheels and 52 alternates, coinciding with database 1.1 of 11 Oct. 2017 Credits: @diskmach - Project Lead, Wheel Creator, Source Art Collector @32assassin - Wheel Creator @Black Hazor - Wheel Creator @agent47 - Database Link to thread Link to database
  29. 2 points
    SPEEDrive Project, based on a Jamma coin-op with inside a pc. FEATURES: - Original 25" CRT Monitor (emudriver) - 360° Wheel - Shifter UP/DOWN with NOS - Rumble - CPO Light Button - 2xLed stripes on the back (output controlled) - Pedal with micro and pot - 2.1 audio system + 100w Subwoofer - Custom Hyperspin Main Theme, Video Preview and NoTheme video - Rocketlauncher core
  30. 2 points
    This is not something we would normally tolerate. It could be photoshopped.... Let me speak with the HS committee and I'll get back to you. ... ... After 14 hours deliberating, here's the HS official statement: Approved
  31. 2 points
    (Best Russian Accent) I think you are right on the money there 47. Going through some of the themes I have downloaded you can see there has been a phenomenal amount of effort, care and hard work put into them. Personally I am content with what I have produced and tried to contribute over my short time learning but I think its not even close to some of the designs put forth before me. I would hope however with patience and practice my content will improve overtime as its all a new learning experience for me as I work in Support. Perhaps its something @thatman84 can look to achieve with the clean up eventually is to create a section for public submissions (Non Content Creator) but as you said, the content grows probably faster than it can be sorted and graded. Also adding/looking into a Rating Star/Cherry/Whatever System over just a public like system might be viable? Also a plead to people to start looking into widescreen and future proofing themes/content if that's the direction the product itself is heading. Unsure what direction the new HS version is heading might also be part of the problem. I personally would like some sort of re-assurance that current or future works will not become redundant in the future versions. If the Development team could start looking into release notes even in a section to Staff only with a simple NDA if needed. Personally I think secrecy will only hinder this amazing FE from reaching its Top Place on the Market again as input from the people using the product usually gets the people what they want where possible.
  32. 2 points
    How many media Approves are not active anymore? Surely the dev/admin team can check their last hit on the forum. Also perhaps there could be a like button approves can put on new content submitted to show that its approved? Or comment perhaps on un-approved submissions with critic on where/how to get it to official standards? I would love to know personally if my submissions are upto par? Else where I should be looking to improve. Granted I don't spend much time on each theme/item (5-10min usually) as I am focusing on PC Games which tend to have a lot of available media. (Which is nice as I am not the best artist by hand) Personally I think what Hyperspin needs is to get its Audit/Download tool polished and going strong, its FTP repository linked somehow to the website so they are one or a clone of each other ... or start looking more into Download Packs for Systems that are complete or close to complete as possible. The bulk of people want an out of the box experience these days with little setup time. A perfect system would be one you install and using the current databases scans designated Drive(s)/Folder(s) for *Ahem* items and then allows you to download chosen media content. Similar to what *ahem* Launchbox is doing but less.. cold and more forgiving in miss-matched item names using CRC and Fuzzy Logic to correct where it can. Even scanning for current media and skipping where up to date/available. Databases could have matching Item to Theme CRC connections if possible or use a fuzzy list to determine that you have the correct/upto-date media. All that being said I was frustrated at first setting up Hyperspin (Thank god for Simply Austins Packs/Guides) however... After a time it became almost a game in itself to get it setup perfect for me. Also as I miss Avar but also want to see this FE Succeed as out of all it is still my Favorite I am willing to throw my hat in the ring to assist in auditing and getting things complete and ready for the new version. I am fairly new on the scene but let me know if you want some help as you will find I am stupidly efficient at times.
  33. 2 points
    I'm a 42 year old guy who grew up in arcades in the 80's and 90's. I love arcade games and pinball, and video games in general. I've also been an electronics technician for 20 years. (15 as a civvie, 5 in the military) This WAS my mancave a while ago. It housed my custom simpit that I made for racing and flight sim games. It had three 42 inch TVs for surround view, as well as 12 transducers combined with SimVibe software to give vibrational feeback from telemetry data from the racing games I played. The console on the right rotates around to switch between a shifter and flightstick. The dash has two tablets that act as tachometer / speedometer, and a button box / control panel. I love it! That being said, I always thought the 3 screens (that spanned almost 10 feet!) were a bit much. So when I got myself a 55 inch UHD 4K curved TV, for my normal PC gaming, I found I loved playing my racing games on it much better. I would get 2/3 of the same visible screen field of view that I had with 3 screens using a custom 21:9 resolution of 3840x1640, with much nicer colour and resolution. Also, with VR headsets coming out, I wouldn't be using those screens as much when I (someday) get one. So I decided to ditch the 3 screens setup and use them to make a combination Pinball and Arcade cabinet that would also play PC games! (I can move the simpit in front of my UHD TV's new location easily when I want to use it). Commence the start of the creation of PinKadia! After reading ALOT of posts of other projects, here is where my priorities were, and what I wanted: -I wanted something that would play Future Pinball, Pinball FX2, The Pinball Arcade, Visual Pinball, MAME Arcade games, and PC games (ie fighting and action games) -I wanted two player controls with actual (PC / Xbox 360 / One) hardware for maximum compatibility and ease for all games -it had to be made using many of the components I already had (I already had most of the electronics needed) -it had to be made as cheaply as possible to keep me from becoming single (my wife is not a big gamer) Things that will come later on down the line and were not a priority: -DOF, LED controlled lighting, feedback, etc -printed artwork - or otherwords... anything really costly that I didn't already have. So I came up with this mock-up to tide me over and help me figure exactly what I wanted. What a beauty.... boy my wife just "LOVED" seeing this in my mancave for weeks on end.... but it really helped me tinker with different ideas instead of rushing into things. What I found was that I wanted to have a 3 screen setup, and I wanted to make use of the ENTIRE 3rd screen. Not just for the DMD like everyone else, but also to extend the backglass (only possible with Future Pinball) to make use of the excellent movie clips / colour DMDs / gadgets and other things you could see in Future Pinball. I HATE trying to "squish" a square backglass into a wide rectangular screen. This would allow me to make use of that space in a good way! Both Pinball FX2 and The Pinball Arcade can now support DMD / displays on the third screen (TPA uses a mod, PBFX2 has native support now). So with the extra space left over on the 3rd screen, I can put nice animated logos or whatever I want there using Pinball X as a frontend, as well as having animated videos for the backglass. By having arcade controls on the cabinet this would also allow me to play MAME vertical games on the playfield, and MAME horizontal games on the backglass or playfield. I could also play almost any PC action game on the backglass as well (since they are 16x9 games). I also wanted to make use of my 5.1 speakers in the cabinet. So on with the build... I began with de-bezeling one of my 42 inch TVs, only to find that the main support for the framing of the TV came for the plastic housing itself. (This is because this TV is not an edge-lit LED TV, its a back-lit LED TV) So I had to keep the TV housing fastened together. I cut off the plastic for the IR / Power LED, and control PCB. I just taped the PCB on the bottom of the TV where it won't be seen. For the size of the cabinet itself, I used the standard Williams Widebody plans that you can find all over the Internet. I then adjusted to sizes to work with my 3 screens. 42 inch TV for playfield, 27 inch monitor for backglass, 19 inch 4:3 monitor for DMD / extended backglass. I had found a place here in Canada that had Pinball legs and bolts for a decent price. The Canadian dollar is horrible right now, so getting anything from the States can be expensive. I was able to get the following built in a day. This was a mock up for the arcade controls...I tried a couple of different layouts to see how I would like it. Three buttons on the side. Main flipper, 2nd flipper / special, and nudge. I personally can do without a "real" nudge control for now. A plunger was also not a priority either. That may come later. So I just have a normal button for now until i get a big dome type Launch button. The coin door is not for functionality, but just for looks and simple access. Maybe i'll get it working later on. Now comes the sucky part.... taking it apart for mudding. All open cut parts of the MDF were sealed with dry wall compound. Other areas were covered with wood filler. Then all the sanding which made a lovely dusty mess in the mancave.
  34. 2 points
    I appreciate the effort of the Retrox developer. His goal of a simplified all-in-one is great, but it's soooo much work to get it right and keep up with changing emulators, OS's, etc. And that's assuming you are only focused on a single device like Shield. It's currently quite buggy. Arc Browser is a really nice, casual front-end. But I do love Hyperspin best.
  35. 2 points

    2-players controller board

    Hi to all! Great community here, it's nice to be a part of it! I always wanted an arcade cab to play my favorite arcade and console classic games. I'm not very strong in carpentry, so I'm not ready yet to build an arcade cab, but I tried to make at least a controller for playing with friends. And now it's time to learn to set up a Hyperspin Do not judge strictly, this is my first experience. Thank you Prototype: Let's do it
  36. 2 points
    At least I can be in first place for a short while...
  37. 2 points
    I guess my thought is that the individual artist sections make it messy to find things. I think they should be removed. Feel free to merge my files into any other future section. How about a new download category for bezels?
  38. 2 points
    I upgraded the Favorties, Exit background and arrows to 100% vector, it should now appear very clean on any resolution Note: they were redraw from scratch
  39. 2 points

    Launching from SPMC/Kodi

    Many thanks guys sorry for the new bee questions great stuff
  40. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Philips CD-i Cinematic Video 1080p60fps
  41. 2 points
    EmuMovies news releases have been non existant over the last monthy but for good reason. Today we release version 2.0 of the Nintendo Game Boy Advance video snap collection. This update includs 1,260 new video snaps, now with better gameplay, picture and sound quality. We hope you all enjoy these new much higher quality video snaps. High quality versions are available on the EmuMovies FTP and SYNC service. Captures and Initial Edits - @DamnedRegistrations Final Edits and Encoding - @Circo High Quality Set - 1,373 Videos - 11GB Standard Quality Set - 1,373 - 3.82GB High Quality Samples: Videos Added / Replaced - 1,260 GBA Videos.. Grab the new video snaps immediately via: EmuMovies Website (SQ Only) Directly through your front-end or our app using EmuMovies Sync (HQ & SQ) EmuMovies File Server (FTP) (HQ & SQ) View the full article
  42. 2 points
    Its a shame he seems to have left without saying anything. I asked him to do a post but no reply yet. He may just be busy with his crazy job. I'm all about the community, its what makes the hobby more enjoyable... The more people that help out the better for everyone. Personally I think this community is bigger than Hyperspin and the projects that flurished here have been an asset to the wider emulation scene (RocketLauncher, RetroFE, EmuMovies, THE ARTWORK, Brolly and co's database, dare I say it Simply bloddy Austin etc) Hyperspin has its place much like the big emulators. Although activity and Admin communication has slowed in recent months I understand how different this place must be to when it started. Ramble over
  43. 2 points

    [WIP] Download Section Clean Up

    Good to see that someone has reactivating the community, after the disappearance of the Avar. Keep going!!!
  44. 2 points
    Amiberry android. There have been developments tonight. Watch this space Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  45. 2 points
    Hi guys, Sorry for not being active on here. I saw Honosuseri's video on YouTube and replied a couple of times without realising he was here. Anyway with regards to uae4arm I am not sure it is actually being actively developed. Lubomyr who releases it just updates the sources from the Pandora sources whenever TomB releases an update. There are no plans I don't think for any other android specific development or fixes. TomB looks to be moving over go the rpi version of amiberry which is on constant development. I am in touch with the team and they are hopeful amiberry will be forked to different platforms including android. I plan to go some comparisons with amiberry and uae4arm and see if I can at least get amiberry to compile and run on android. The work they are doing on input and controls right now is amazing. With regards to uae4arm and Amiga on the shield. I used a home made python script to rename everything for me. It's very crude and not really suitable for use by anyone other than myself. I have thought about cleaning it up and adding command line input but I'm not sure right now if I have the time. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  46. 2 points
  47. 2 points

    Version 2.0


    Added different cartridge styles for Tengen, Color Dreams, American Video Entertainment and other games. These are more accurate than the previous NES carts I uploaded a few months back.
  48. 2 points
    Finally, i got to put on the oil-based (no-scent) primer to help seal the MDF for painting. Then I painted the inside and back of the cabinet black. the outside was painted with "amazing" red. Now I could put everything back together. I installed chrome T-molding for the backglass. Then I installed the "front" speakers, backlgass 27 inch monitor, and 19 inch DMD / extension monitor. The 19 inch monitor sits only a little bit inside the lower cabinet. The back of the cabinet has two small fans and a door for the backglass screens, and two large fans and a door for the lower cabinet. I also made some extra vent / access holes for cabling that may be needed in the future. the fans draw air out of the cabinet. The back door allows access to the PC and cabling. The PC is mounted on a shelf on rails, so it can just slide out of the back for access if needed. For the PC I used some mounting hardware from an old server case. I originally had on old i5 dual core CPU and server motherboard, but that got replaced with an i5 2500K later on. Dual core cpu worked fine for mostly everything, except when it came to playing 3 videos at once through Pinball X. Quad core cpu was needed for that. PC specs are: i5 2500K quad core cpu 8 gigs ddr3 1600 ram nvidia gtx 960 video card (all 3 screens connected to this one video card, via HDMI, DVI, display port) 750 watt power supply 250 gig ssd 500 gig hard drive sound blaster audigy 2 sound card for 5.1 sound (that was removed when the motherboard was changed). logitech 5.1 speaker system (older set i've had for years) Here's the subwoofer and air-intake fan that brings fresh cool air into the cabinet. This is where the rear speakers are mounted. I actually swapped the front and rear speakers so I could reach under the cabinet and adjust the volume if need be. (I had to swap the audio cables on the sound card for this to work) The center speaker will go in the middle hole. Now for the controls! I decided to use two Logitech F310 gamepads for two players and for pinball controls: -they are really cheap -they provide both direct-input and x-input compatibility -they are completely xbox 360 compatible (which works with ALL games / emulators). No need for xpadder-like software. -they have a button that allows the functions of the d-pad and left analogue stick to swap. VERY important as some games won't allow some functions to work with the d-pad. The d-pad is what I will be using for the arcade stick. This allows me to have d-pad and "left analogue stick" functionality at anytime on the arcade joystick at the push of a button. you can't get this with a normal xbox 360 gamepad. Now the un-fun part. I had to do some reverse engineering to find out how this sucker is wired. I wanted to have all the normal buttons and the "triggers" for buttons as well. You need to replace to potentiometers for the triggers with correct resistor values and hope it works. Unfortunately, getting the triggers to work this way would also mess up the resistance for the analogue sticks. So I eventually had to give up the trigger buttons and use the left and right stick buttons. As a result, I had to make my two center buttons (red/green) the "home" button (for player one and two) which would just open STEAM Big Picture Mode, which I wasn't going to use. Normally, you only need one common ground when wiring buttons to most gamepads... not this one! It had FIVE different grounds, working with diodes in a matrix encoder. A pain to figure out, but I got 'er done! So I mounted the gamepad to a board and had all the wires I soldered to it goto terminal strips. Then I can have the cabinet's arcade buttons AND the pinball button wires use the same controls off of the player one gamepad. Unfortunately, I was unable to get the old-school parallel / printer cables (DB-25) I needed to allow the control panel to just "plug-in" to the gamepad board. I was building this part during Christmas holidays, and the very few shops we have around here didn't have any. So I just mounted it anyway with the shorter wires (which I got from a couple of JAMMA harnesses) connected directly. As a result, the player one gamepad and pinball controls all look like this mess. Keep in mind.... most pinball cabinets only have around 10 buttons / controls to wire up.... I have OVER 40, with multiple separate grounds, and LEDS on each button (except the flipper buttons). When I get the cables I need and I'm ambitious this will be mostly gone and all tidied up....either way I won't see it! As you can see.... the player two gamepad is much tidier. For the control panel, the insides of the playfield walls, backglass walls, and DMD bezel, I decided to use carbon fibre vinyl wrap. I had some left over from the simpit, and liked to way it looked with chrome trim. I'm a sucker for chrome and shiny car stuff. (I used to have a 1971 Chevelle with a custom 415 horsepower engine, but that was another life!) This is one of the few things I could buy around here. (at Walmart or Canadian Tire)
  49. 2 points



    letters to replace hyperspin default
  50. 2 points

    Version 20120130


    Thunder Blade (upright, FD1094 317-0056) - thndrbld (MAME) Video Snap available at EmuMovies