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  1. Ultimate Sega 32X

    Version 1.0.0

    74 downloads

    I put a surprising amount of work into this, for as small as the actual game library is. But it's done, and worthy of the label 'Ultimate.' It's worth noting that this system has game themes for every single game, except Sangokushi IV. I wanted to include them somehow, but at the same time, I also liked my default theme quite a bit. So the way I handled it, and this involves some shenanigans and is complicated, is I made duplicate entries in the database, put a "1" in front of the game name, and disabled all of them. This is so that if you select a game from the "theme" wheel, the info like year, publisher, genre, etc. will still work with your RocketLauncher fades. What this means for you is, in order to have a functional "theme" wheel, you will need to copy all of your ROMs and put a 1 in front of the name. e.g., "NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World)" becomes "1NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World)". All of the media is already doubled up already as well, and I went ahead and included all the videos, so all you literally have to do is what I just described. In hindsight, it would have been more efficient to double up the game names as, e.g., "NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World) - copy", that way all you would have had to do was open up your ROMs directory, press control+A, control+C, control+V, and you'd be done. But whatever, it's done on my end already, and it won't hurt you to engage in some tediousness, I certainly have. After uploading everything I also decided that I hated the wheel for NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World). Note that is a separate upload. Just drag and drop it over your existing one if you like the new one better. This pack has full media for everything - box backs, fronts, 3D box, cartridge art, game wheel, publisher wheel, genre wheel, years, rating, and a few custom wheels, like 32X Exclusives, Two Players, and Multiplayer. I also fact checked every single field for the entire database, and made a number of changes for accuracy. Enjoy!
  2. Ultimate Sega 32X

    Ultimate Sega 32X View File I put a surprising amount of work into this, for as small as the actual game library is. But it's done, and worthy of the label 'Ultimate.' It's worth noting that this system has game themes for every single game, except Sangokushi IV. I wanted to include them somehow, but at the same time, I also liked my default theme quite a bit. So the way I handled it, and this involves some shenanigans and is complicated, is I made duplicate entries in the database, put a "1" in front of the game name, and disabled all of them. This is so that if you select a game from the "theme" wheel, the info like year, publisher, genre, etc. will still work with your RocketLauncher fades. What this means for you is, in order to have a functional "theme" wheel, you will need to copy all of your ROMs and put a 1 in front of the name. e.g., "NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World)" becomes "1NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World)". All of the media is already doubled up already as well, and I went ahead and included all the videos, so all you literally have to do is what I just described. In hindsight, it would have been more efficient to double up the game names as, e.g., "NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World) - copy", that way all you would have had to do was open up your ROMs directory, press control+A, control+C, control+V, and you'd be done. But whatever, it's done on my end already, and it won't hurt you to engage in some tediousness, I certainly have. After uploading everything I also decided that I hated the wheel for NBA Jam Tournament Edition (World). Note that is a separate upload. Just drag and drop it over your existing one if you like the new one better. This pack has full media for everything - box backs, fronts, 3D box, cartridge art, game wheel, publisher wheel, genre wheel, years, rating, and a few custom wheels, like 32X Exclusives, Two Players, and Multiplayer. Enjoy! Submitter SupraKarma Submitted 05/22/2017 Category System Default Themes HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  3. Ultimate Nintendo 64

    Version 1.0.1

    101 downloads

    Nintendo 64 fans, this is for you. If you want to know exactly what this is, read my 'Ultimate Sega Genesis' or 'Ultimate Sega Saturn' descriptions. This pack contains the usual. But it is quite thorough and complete. As with my last project, I consider this my best one yet. Full 2D box, 3D box, box back, and cartridge art. In case anyone is wondering what the point of the box backs is, if you have RocketLauncher's 'Pause' configured correctly, this stuff will all show up there under the 'artwork' tab, and you can zoom in on it and actually read it. See the picture below. Full publisher wheels, for every single publisher - and every single one of them is authentic for the N64 era. I did a handful of redraws, and I'm getting a lot better at that sort of thing. Also, I made it a point to use drop shadow heavily, so that the logos look awesome, and they stand out more when they overlap. It looks a lot less amateurish than some of my previous work. This has the newest official database that I just released the other day, and it has new box art (2D, 3D, and box back), cartridge art, and wheels for all the new games. Also, I went ahead and included screenshots of the games in the 'video' folder so that you have something displaying other than static when the game is selected. Emu movies is typically slow to update anything, so I figure it's better than nothing. I have about 30 ish themes from the community that I liked, and I included them. I re-did someone else's F-Zero X theme. It isn't great (I'm not a theme guy), but I wanted Samurai Goroh and Captain Falcon, two of the most recognizable characters. I also changed the background. The original background had an F-Zero logo, and then there was another F-Zero logo. Can't have that. Plays the "Car Select" theme music. Also, Killer Instinct Gold plays the KI Gold Theme. I decided to add 'year' databases this time. Why not? It's easy to add, and sometimes it's interesting to have. I put it in the farthest reaches of the genre wheel, since I consider it the least useful. But it's there if you want it. Most of the custom databases are self-explanatory. But you'll love this... in the "Nintendo 64 Expansion Pak" and "Nintendo Transfer Pak" wheels, instead of displaying year and publisher above the game, it displays relevant information, e.g. for Majora's Mask: "Required. Increases texture detail, on-screen models and effects, and removes fog." See the screenshot below. All the data is pulled directly from wikipedia, and not every game has data. But I thought that would be a nice addition to that particular custom database. Again, the whole purpose of these projects is to develop a sort of 'digital museum.' If there was a way to manipulate the databases to display even more information, I surely would. Credit goes to the community for all box arts and wheels (except for the new stuff mentioned above). All publisher wheels and custom wheels done by me. If anyone would like to use anything in this pack (or any of my other packs for that matter) for their project(s), feel free to do so. I don't want anyone thinking this is some sort of proprietary thing. This is for the community, without which, I wouldn't have 99% of the content that I have in my HyperSpin project. If you feel you can take my work and make something even better or unique, by all means, make something better or unique. If there are any mistakes, no matter how small, please message me and I will fix them. Ultimate Sega Dreamcast is still in the works, stay tuned. It needs a lot of work. Gamecube might be up next, or I might just plow through Dreamcast. We'll see.
  4. Ultimate Nintendo 64

    Ultimate Nintendo 64 View File Nintendo 64 fans, this is for you. If you want to know exactly what this is, read my 'Ultimate Sega Genesis' or 'Ultimate Sega Saturn' descriptions. This pack contains the usual. But it is quite thorough and complete. As with my last project, I consider this my best one yet. Full 2D box, 3D box, box back, and cartridge art. In case anyone is wondering what the point of the box backs is, if you have RocketLauncher's 'Pause' configured correctly, this stuff will all show up there under the 'artwork' tab, and you can zoom in on it and actually read it. See the picture below. Full publisher wheels, for every single publisher - and every single one of them is authentic for the N64 era. I did a handful of redraws, and I'm getting a lot better at that sort of thing. Also, I made it a point to use drop shadow heavily, so that the logos look awesome, and they stand out more when they overlap. It looks a lot less amateurish than some of my previous work. This has the newest official database that I just released the other day, and it has new box art (2D, 3D, and box back), cartridge art, and wheels for all the new games. Also, I went ahead and included screenshots of the games in the 'video' folder so that you have something displaying other than static when the game is selected. Emu movies is typically slow to update anything, so I figure it's better than nothing. I have about 30 ish themes from the community that I liked, and I included them. I re-did someone else's F-Zero X theme. It isn't great (I'm not a theme guy), but I wanted Samurai Goroh and Captain Falcon, two of the most recognizable characters. I also changed the background. The original background had an F-Zero logo, and then there was another F-Zero logo. Can't have that. Plays the "Car Select" theme music. Also, Killer Instinct Gold plays the KI Gold Theme. I decided to add 'year' databases this time. Why not? It's easy to add, and sometimes it's interesting to have. I put it in the farthest reaches of the genre wheel, since I consider it the least useful. But it's there if you want it. Most of the custom databases are self-explanatory. But you'll love this... in the "Nintendo 64 Expansion Pak" and "Nintendo Transfer Pak" wheels, instead of displaying year and publisher above the game, it displays relevant information, e.g. for Majora's Mask: "Required. Increases texture detail, on-screen models and effects, and removes fog." See the screenshot below. All the data is pulled directly from wikipedia, and not every game has data. But I thought that would be a nice addition to that particular custom database. Again, the whole purpose of these projects is to develop a sort of 'digital museum.' If there was a way to manipulate the databases to display even more information, I surely would. Credit goes to the community for all box arts and wheels (except for the new stuff mentioned above). All publisher wheels and custom wheels done by me. If anyone would like to use anything in this pack (or any of my other packs for that matter) for their project(s), feel free to do so. I don't want anyone thinking this is some sort of proprietary thing. This is for the community, without which, I wouldn't have 99% of the content that I have in my HyperSpin project. If you feel you can take my work and make something even better or unique, by all means, make something better or unique. If there are any mistakes, no matter how small, please message me and I will fix them. Ultimate Sega Dreamcast is still in the works, stay tuned. It needs a lot of work. Gamecube might be up next, or I might just plow through Dreamcast. We'll see. Submitter SupraKarma Submitted 05/20/2017 Category System Default Themes HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  5. Version 1.0.0

    92 downloads

    COMPLETE CARD ART
  6. NEC PC Engine Card Art (COMPLETE) (Normal) View File COMPLETE CARD ART Submitter Accorsi Submitted 05/19/2017 Category Cart Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  7. Ultimate Sega Genesis

    Ultimate Sega Genesis View File HyperSpin is not just a way to play games. That is secondary to me. I see it as a sort of 'digital museum.' That is the inspiration behind my 'Ultimate' default themes. You don't just get the best quality images (box arts, cartridge scans, wheels) I could find. You also get a huge number of custom genre databases, showcasing the games in a filtered fashion. Want to check out all of the 'Mega Mouse' games? With this setup, you can. Want to check out some 'Sega Channel' exclusive games? No problem. Want to see every game that Konami published? I've got you covered. I've tried to imagine every common filter for games that you could imagine, and implemented it in a fun way. Because emulation to me is about preservation of our culture. 20 years from now, your kids and your grandkids will be able to look at the work we've done here, and hopefully appreciate our culture as much as you and I do. This is my contribution to the community, I hope you enjoy it. If you like the work that I do, please show your appreciation by clicking the 'like' button or saying a few words. A little bit of appreciation goes a long way, and it keeps me motivated to keep giving you more. What is included: Full (as in every game) wheel art, full cartridge art, full 3D box art, 857/954 2D box backs +2D box fronts (this will display in Rocketlauncher's 'Pause' if you have it configured correctly), an updated and very much improved official database (using the 'publisher' instead of the developer), 116 different publisher wheels/databases (all but 14) including wheel art, several custom genre wheels+art+backgrounds, regular genre wheels+art+backgrounds, a default theme, letters, sounds, pointer, and every game theme I could find (a couple of them fixed+improved). What is not included: Videos, games Instructions: 1.In your HyperSpin\media folder, rename your current 'Sega Genesis' folder to '1Sega Genesis' to disable it (in details view, it will autosort to the beginning of the list). Drag and drop the new 'Sega Genesis' folder that is included into the HyperSpin\media folder. You can delete the old '1Sega Genesis' folder later on, if you decide to keep everything included in this pack. 2.In your 'Databases' folder, rename the 'Sega Genesis' folder to '1Sega Genesis to disable the original database folder. Drag and drop the 'Databases\Sega Genesis' folder that is included into the 'databases' directory. 3. Copy or move your old Sega Genesis videos (or download new ones from emumovies.com) into the new HyperSpin\media\Sega Genesis\Video folder. 4. Open 'HyperHQ/Wheel Settings' go to your Sega Genesis wheel, and click on the 'wheel' tab. Change the wheel image sizes as follows: Large: 290 Small: 195 This is so that the wheels don't interfere with the Genesis console/cartridges theme, and everything displays properly. The proper settings are pictured below. Credits: Most or all sounds, wheels, letters, themes, 3D box art and cartridge art came from various sources in the community, I take no credit. 2D box fronts and backs I got from the following thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/cover-collections-for-emulators-with-cover-support.324714/ and credit goes to the respective contributors. The default theme is not mine, however it was tweaked by me, as were the themes for 'ShadowHunt' and Streets of Rage 2 (to make the videos display correctly), and Sonic Spinball (background was not sized properly). My own personal contributions: 1. The database. I went through the official database, and changed the manufacturer field to reflect the publisher of the game, rather than the developer. Most people don't care about some obscure developer that developed one or two games, only to never be heard from again. People remember the name on the box. That is what i wanted displayed in the info above the game name. Other changes include adding "Battle Mania Daiginjou - Trouble Shooter Vintage (Japan, Korea) (Translated En)." This is an alternate trasnlation for "Battle Mania Daiginjou (Japan, Korea) (Translated En)," as the creator of both patches stated that both versions were worth a playthrough for fans of the game. I ditched the one French translation "Surging Aura" and reverted it back to the Japanese game. No sense putting extra effort into patching a game or hunting down a patched game if you still can't understand what is being said. Miracle Piano is not an adventure game. Changed to 'Educational' genre. Body Count is a gun game, not a platformer. I'm concerned about the quality of the genre field in the official database as well, but I already put 2 days into this, and to be frank I have better things to do. Hopefully someone will overhaul it in the future. For now, I consider what I've done a significant improvement over the official database and I'm betting you will too. Last change - if a translated game has an alternate title in English, that was preferred as the 'description' entry. The 'name' entry was left alone so that your videos will still work without having to rename them. 2. Collecting, editing, and creating publisher genre wheel art for 116 different publishers for the Sega Genesis. I combined 'Virgin' and 'Virgin Games,' 'Hi Tech Expressions' and 'Hi Tech Entertainment,' and 'Sportsmaster' and 'Codemasters' (Sportsmaster was a shortlived sub label of Codemasters, and I couldn't find a quality scan, and since it was just a few games, I just combined them). There are only 14 rather obscure publishers that were not included, and they are: C&E, Chuanpu Technology, CYX, Home Data, KABAL_MK (creator of Ultimate Mortal Kombat Trilogy Hack, so not even an actual publisher so much as a hacker), King Tec Information Co., Never Ending Soft Team, Senchi Technology, Shogakukan Production, Sik, Soft Vision, Sportsmaster, Supervision, and Wonder Amusement Studio. I'm only listing them here in case someone wants to contribute the last missing publisher wheels, then this project will be even more complete than it already is. But most (if not all) of those publishers only produced 1 or 2 games. This project was a ton of work. I redrew many (probably 20+) logos. The quality is decent, even with my very average photoshop skills, because I put a lot of work into them. That, and I'm getting better. 3. Custom genre databases, from various sources I've found. They include: American Games - All games with (USA), (World), or (USA, Somothercountry) in them. European Games - All games with Europe in parentheses, that did not also have 'USA' in them. Does contain games with '(Japan, Europe).' Australian Games - The one Australian game (Daze Before Christmas) Brazilian Games - All games with 'Brazil' in parentheses. Chinese Games - All games with 'China' in parentheses. Japanese Games - All games with 'Japan' in parentheses, that did not also contain 'USA' or 'Europe.' Translations - All translated games. Prototypes - All prototypes. Homebrew - All homebrew games in the official list I was able to research and verify. Hacks - All hacks (only 2 games) that were included in the official database. Co-op games - All or most co-op games. Very accurate. Credit goes to: http://segaclassics.blogspot.com/2012/11/genesis-multiplayer-co-op-games.html Best of co-op games - The 'co-op games' database contained 106 games. The source that I used had them rated. This database contains the top 50. Multiplayer - A list of multiplayer games, data was compiled from multiple sources. Not verified. May contain errors or omissions. Should be considered a guide, not 'the last word.' Mega Mouse - All 'Mega Mouse' games from the official list. 6 buttons - A list of games that utilize the 6 button gamepad compiled from multiple sources. Not verified. May contain errors or omissions. Should be considered a guide, not 'the last word.' I considered adding a '3 button' database, but since it would be quite a chore to compile the accurate data necessary for such a task, I decided against it. Sega Channel - A list of 'Sega Channel' exclusives. May have some ommissions, but reasonably accurate, as it's a short list. Themes: All games with themes included (everything that I could find). Action, Adventure, Beat'em-up, etc. - Your typical genres. It should be noted that I personally found a few errors without even trying. This database needs an overhaul, but it most likely won't be from me. That about covers it. If you find any errors, no matter how small, please share them here so that I can fix them. Submitter SupraKarma Submitted 05/01/2017 Category System Default Themes HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  8. Ultimate Sega Genesis

    Version 2.0.0

    128 downloads

    HyperSpin is not just a way to play games. That is secondary to me. I see it as a sort of 'digital museum.' That is the inspiration behind my 'Ultimate' default themes. You don't just get the best quality images (box arts, cartridge scans, wheels) I could find. You also get a huge number of custom genre databases, showcasing the games in a filtered fashion. Want to check out all of the 'Mega Mouse' games? With this setup, you can. Want to check out some 'Sega Channel' exclusive games? No problem. Want to see every game that Konami published? I've got you covered. I've tried to imagine every common filter for games that you could imagine, and implemented it in a fun way. Because emulation to me is about preservation of our culture. 20 years from now, your kids and your grandkids will be able to look at the work we've done here, and hopefully appreciate our culture as much as you and I do. This is my contribution to the community, I hope you enjoy it. If you like the work that I do, please show your appreciation by clicking the 'like' button or saying a few words. A little bit of appreciation goes a long way, and it keeps me motivated to keep giving you more. What is included: Full (as in every game) wheel art, full cartridge art, full 3D box art, 857/954 2D box backs +2D box fronts (this will display in Rocketlauncher's 'Pause' if you have it configured correctly), an updated and very much improved official database (using the 'publisher' instead of the developer), 116 different publisher wheels/databases (all but 14) including wheel art, several custom genre wheels+art+backgrounds, regular genre wheels+art+backgrounds, a default theme, letters, sounds, pointer, and every game theme I could find (a couple of them fixed+improved). What is not included: Videos, games Instructions: 1.In your HyperSpin\media folder, rename your current 'Sega Genesis' folder to '1Sega Genesis' to disable it (in details view, it will autosort to the beginning of the list). Drag and drop the new 'Sega Genesis' folder that is included into the HyperSpin\media folder. You can delete the old '1Sega Genesis' folder later on, if you decide to keep everything included in this pack. 2.In your 'Databases' folder, rename the 'Sega Genesis' folder to '1Sega Genesis to disable the original database folder. Drag and drop the 'Databases\Sega Genesis' folder that is included into the 'databases' directory. 3. Copy or move your old Sega Genesis videos (or download new ones from emumovies.com) into the new HyperSpin\media\Sega Genesis\Video folder. 4. Open 'HyperHQ/Wheel Settings' go to your Sega Genesis wheel, and click on the 'wheel' tab. Change the wheel image sizes as follows: Large: 290 Small: 195 This is so that the wheels don't interfere with the Genesis console/cartridges theme, and everything displays properly. The proper settings are pictured below. Credits: Most or all sounds, wheels, letters, themes, 3D box art and cartridge art came from various sources in the community, I take no credit. 2D box fronts and backs I got from the following thread: https://gbatemp.net/threads/cover-collections-for-emulators-with-cover-support.324714/ and credit goes to the respective contributors. The default theme is not mine, however it was tweaked by me, as were the themes for 'ShadowHunt' and Streets of Rage 2 (to make the videos display correctly), and Sonic Spinball (background was not sized properly). My own personal contributions: 1. The database. I went through the official database, and changed the manufacturer field to reflect the publisher of the game, rather than the developer. Most people don't care about some obscure developer that developed one or two games, only to never be heard from again. People remember the name on the box. That is what i wanted displayed in the info above the game name. Other changes include adding "Battle Mania Daiginjou - Trouble Shooter Vintage (Japan, Korea) (Translated En)." This is an alternate trasnlation for "Battle Mania Daiginjou (Japan, Korea) (Translated En)," as the creator of both patches stated that both versions were worth a playthrough for fans of the game. I ditched the one French translation "Surging Aura" and reverted it back to the Japanese game. No sense putting extra effort into patching a game or hunting down a patched game if you still can't understand what is being said. Miracle Piano is not an adventure game. Changed to 'Educational' genre. Body Count is a gun game, not a platformer. I'm concerned about the quality of the genre field in the official database as well, but I already put 2 days into this, and to be frank I have better things to do. Hopefully someone will overhaul it in the future. For now, I consider what I've done a significant improvement over the official database and I'm betting you will too. Last change - if a translated game has an alternate title in English, that was preferred as the 'description' entry. The 'name' entry was left alone so that your videos will still work without having to rename them. 2. Collecting, editing, and creating publisher genre wheel art for 116 different publishers for the Sega Genesis. I combined 'Virgin' and 'Virgin Games,' 'Hi Tech Expressions' and 'Hi Tech Entertainment,' and 'Sportsmaster' and 'Codemasters' (Sportsmaster was a shortlived sub label of Codemasters, and I couldn't find a quality scan, and since it was just a few games, I just combined them). There are only 14 rather obscure publishers that were not included, and they are: C&E, Chuanpu Technology, CYX, Home Data, KABAL_MK (creator of Ultimate Mortal Kombat Trilogy Hack, so not even an actual publisher so much as a hacker), King Tec Information Co., Never Ending Soft Team, Senchi Technology, Shogakukan Production, Sik, Soft Vision, Sportsmaster, Supervision, and Wonder Amusement Studio. I'm only listing them here in case someone wants to contribute the last missing publisher wheels, then this project will be even more complete than it already is. But most (if not all) of those publishers only produced 1 or 2 games. This project was a ton of work. I redrew many (probably 20+) logos. The quality is decent, even with my very average photoshop skills, because I put a lot of work into them. That, and I'm getting better. 3. Custom genre databases, from various sources I've found. They include: American Games - All games with (USA), (World), or (USA, Somothercountry) in them. European Games - All games with Europe in parentheses, that did not also have 'USA' in them. Does contain games with '(Japan, Europe).' Australian Games - The one Australian game (Daze Before Christmas) Brazilian Games - All games with 'Brazil' in parentheses. Chinese Games - All games with 'China' in parentheses. Japanese Games - All games with 'Japan' in parentheses, that did not also contain 'USA' or 'Europe.' Translations - All translated games. Prototypes - All prototypes. Homebrew - All homebrew games in the official list I was able to research and verify. Hacks - All hacks (only 2 games) that were included in the official database. Co-op games - All or most co-op games. Very accurate. Credit goes to: http://segaclassics.blogspot.com/2012/11/genesis-multiplayer-co-op-games.html Best of co-op games - The 'co-op games' database contained 106 games. The source that I used had them rated. This database contains the top 50. Multiplayer - A list of multiplayer games, data was compiled from multiple sources. Not verified. May contain errors or omissions. Should be considered a guide, not 'the last word.' Mega Mouse - All 'Mega Mouse' games from the official list. 6 buttons - A list of games that utilize the 6 button gamepad compiled from multiple sources. Not verified. May contain errors or omissions. Should be considered a guide, not 'the last word.' I considered adding a '3 button' database, but since it would be quite a chore to compile the accurate data necessary for such a task, I decided against it. Sega Channel - A list of 'Sega Channel' exclusives. May have some ommissions, but reasonably accurate, as it's a short list. Themes: All games with themes included (everything that I could find). Action, Adventure, Beat'em-up, etc. - Your typical genres. It should be noted that I personally found a few errors without even trying. This database needs an overhaul, but it most likely won't be from me. That about covers it. If you find any errors, no matter how small, please share them here so that I can fix them.
  9. Version 1.0.0

    99 downloads

    Nintendo Cart Art Complete For information please vist this link: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forums/topic/31257-nintendo-64dd-card-art-wip/ I will update in the forums first and afer i will up here!
  10. Nintendo 64DD Cart Art

    Nintendo 64DD Cart Art View File Nintendo Cart Art Complete For information please vist this link: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forums/topic/31257-nintendo-64dd-card-art-wip/ I will update in the forums first and afer i will up here! Submitter Accorsi Submitted 03/15/2017 Category Cart Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  11. Sega Hikaru (Main Menu) Theme (Complete With Video) View File Here is a complete System Menu theme I made a while back since I never could find one. It has the wheel art, videos, and themes. Submitter darreldearth Submitted 02/27/2017 Category System Default Themes HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    50 downloads

    Here is a complete System Menu theme I made a while back since I never could find one. It has the wheel art, videos, and themes.
  13. Pinball FX2 Complete game themes pack (including bethesda games, rogue one,aliens etc) literally A to Z View File OK I just got done making these. Its the complete pinball fx2 game list themes collection. I include also a mega link to all the wheels and videos and themes: click on link: https://mega.nz/#!TgB1HLJZ then enter decryption key as follows better highlight copy paste it: !MYKQA0dRgVat7K8S7wltn6397gHARJ4npjyiHSnwOKE then click download. Please leave me a comment. and enjoy! Oh And If SimplyAustin Is reading this , thanks so much bro for getting me into this. I came a long ways from pestering you on youtube with a hundred question on how to set up everything( legoEjoe on there.) I cant wait to share videos and pictures of the cabinet I'm building when its all done. You truly brought a childhood dream to reality for me. Pushing me in the right direction. Look at me now creating my own themes. Not too bad looking ones at that . Submitter godisnothere Submitted 02/22/2017 Category Themes (16:9) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  14. Version 1.0.0

    1,108 downloads

    This Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Complete Set is an effort to keep altogether the console and its main expansion hardware, Sega CD and 32X in the same system. Features official databases for Sega Genesis/Mega Drive+Sega CD and 32X from Hyperlist, merged, totalizing 1142 titles. It replaces the original Sega Genesis system, you can just replace the database with the one provided here and other folders, like media and settings. Nothing needs to be changed in the Rocket Launcher side, since it uses the same emulators, Retroarch Pico core handles Genesis/Mega Drive, Sega CD and 32X, as well as Kega Fusion does. This pack includes 3D Boxes, Carts/CDs and Wheels, the only reason wheels were added here, is because it needs naming, there are titles that were released in both or all systems, like, for instance, Samurai Shodown, that was released for Genesis/Mega Drive and Sega CD, so, all Sega CD games, and 32X games have (Sega CD) or (32X) tags after the region tag, Samurai Shodown (USA) is the console title, while Samurai Shodown (USA) (Sega CD) stands for the addon title, this was needed, otherwise the database would miss cross-addon titles. This merged system also includes all needed themes, when you browse through Genesis/Mega Drive titles, the console will be shown, when you browse through Sega CD, 32X or CD 32X games, the proper console plus attachments will be shown as well, they are used as game themes, but are actually default system themes. (See screen shots ) Everything is properly converted for wide-screen (16:9) Sega Genesis.xml is the merged Sega Genesis/Mega Drive+Sega CD and 32X systems database. Sega Genesis.ini is the settings file that needs to be replaced in the Settings folder, located at the same folder as Hyperspin.exe, it stylize letters, position wheels, text, etc. Don't forget to rename, delete or move "Special" folder, these swf files are not used in these themes. Let me know if there's any missing file. The Intro Video is included, it features videos from all three systems, some Genesis, some Sega CD and some 32X games. Unlicensed, protos and some few rare titles doesn't have cart art available, if you find good source for them, let me know. For the Genesis set version: Sega Genesis.mp4 Sega Genesis.ini Sega Genesis.xml
  15. Version

    802 downloads

    Sony Playstation default theme pack, includes 3D Boxes and CDs. 3D Boxes were resized and converted to be properly displayed in wide-screen 16:9. This pack includes all official boxes from the downloads section, not all CDs are included, but there's over 1000 CD scans available. Instructions Extract all parts, paste the extracted content inside the folder, usually "Media\Sony Playstation\here." It also includes the pointer, converted for wide screen. Put the "Sony Playstation.ini" file inside the main "Settings" folder, located in the root Hyperspin folder, this file will stylize and position the texts like game name and manufacturer/year info. There are three variants of the default theme, Arcade, PSX or Xbox buttons, enjoy. Sony Playstation 16-9 (Arcade Buttons) - Aorin(20160324).zip Sony Playstation 16-9 (Xbox Buttons) - Aorin(20160324).zip Sony Playstation 16-9 (PSX Buttons) - Aorin(2016032222).zip Sony PlayStation.ini Sony Playstation.xml
  16. Version 1.0

    1,282 downloads

    This pack contains Main and Default themes with three options each, PSX, Xbox and Arcade Buttons (Widescreen 16:9) It comes with wheels, letters, pointer, settings and database, everything is widescreen ready (16:9) Notes: Sony PSP Minis.ini goes under the main Settings folder, which are the HyperHQ settings, it will stylize the letters and position them to the right spot, also will deactivate unneeded special arts. In case special arts are still showing, delete, rename or move the special folder. Sony Playstation Minis.ini Sony PSP Minis.xml
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