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  1. Version

    72 downloads

    By popular demand; here you have the Nintendo Famicom 2D box set - This set contains over 1.200 covers! - Horizontal, vertical and square boxes; all matching the original source art - Some boxes are not from the official XML but I have created them in case those games are added in the future - The covers have great image quality (thanks to @fire10 for the source material!) Bear in mind that this is version 1.0; I will be further reviewing the covers (as a lot of them could get better coloring, borders, cleaning), and update them if necessary. 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
  2. Version 1.3

    454 downloads

    I was adding the Famicom system into my set, only to realize that there were no actual 3d box packs created, EVER (that I have heard of)! Since the rest of my sets have 3D boxes, I could not leave Famicom in 2D! - This set contains over 1.100 boxes! - Horizontal, vertical and square boxes; all matching the original source art - Side color matches the front cover color - System logo color depends on the side color (so we don't have black on black) - Some boxes are not from the official XML but I have created them in case those games are added in the future - The covers have great image quality (thanks to @fire10 for the source material!) Bear in mind that this is version 1.0; I will be reviewing the boxes (as a lot of them could get better coloring, borders cleaning, side colors), and will try to update them. Let me know of any suggestions or comments! Enjoy the pack Kondorito
  3. [OFFICIAL ] Nintendo Famicom XML database 8-21-2017 View File Credit goes to Tonesmalone, chex, and Retro Goonie. Special thanks goes to Kondorito for already having box art for the entire database - that made my job a lot easier. I have taken the development thread [Official] database, and done the following 1. Corrected errors in the <manufacturer> field. I am primarily concerned with the name reflecting what is written on the box - and I tried to be as accurate as possible. So if one game uses the typical 'Taito' logo, but another one uses 'Taito Corporation,' I entered the data accordingly. Sometimes there is no logo, and I had to use the small print on the back of a box or the cartridge. And some cases, I had to use the title screen. I tried to give respect to any situations where there were multiple names on the box. In that situation, I entered the data in the format of developer/publisher, or in some cases, developer 1/developer 2/publisher. 2. Re-added two games that were taken out of HyperList - Super Mario Bros (25 Anniversary Edition) (Japan) and Super Maruo (Japan) (Unl) (Translated En). Super Maruo has the enabled="0" feature activated, and if you want it in your collection, you will have to manually alter the database and either change it to enabled="1" or delete it, so that it it is the same as the other entries. It is not just an 'adult' game, it is also pornographic and vulgar. It should be in the list, simply because it exists - but it's also trash in every sense of the word. 3. Changed the Shufflepuck Cafe rating back to HSRS - GA. This game is harmless. There were rumors back in the Amiga days that the scantily clad female would flash you but they are bogus as far as I can tell. And I personally played the Famicom version - there's no nudity. 4. Added 4 new games. Downtown - Nekketsu Koushinkyoku - Soreyuke Daiundoukai (Japan) (Translated En) Gimmick! (Japan) (Translated En) USA Ice Hockey in FC (Japan) Venus Senki (Japan) (Translated En) USA Ice Hockey is not a translation obviously, but any Japanese game with 'USA' in the title fascinates me. I've included a genres.zip download, that includes custom manufacturer genres for every single developer/publisher, years, ratings (even though Super Maruo is the only 'Adult' game), and two custom genres - Translations, and Sports Complete. That about covers it. If you have any suggestions/improvements to offer, please visit the following thread: Submitter SupraKarma Submitted 08/21/2017 Category Databases (XML) Credits Tonesmalone, chex, Retro Goonie, Kondorito.  
  4. Nintendo Famicom 3D Box Pack v1.0 (Kondorito) View File I was adding the Famicom system into my set, and found out that there are no actual 3d box packs created, EVER (that I have heard of)! So my Hyperspin OCD kicked in, and since the rest of my sets have 3D boxes, I could not leave Famicom in 2D! - This set contains over 1.100 boxes! - Horizontal, vertical and square boxes; all matching the original source art - Side color matches the front cover color - System logo color depends on the side color (so we don't have black on black) - Some boxes are not from the official XML but I have created them in case those games are added in the future - The covers have great image quality (thanks to @fire10 for the source material!) Bear in mind that this is version 1.0; I will be reviewing the boxes (as a lot of them could get better coloring, borders cleaning, side colors), and will try to update them. Let me know of any suggestions or comments! Enjoy the pack Kondorito Submitter Kondorito Submitted 04/02/2017 Category Box Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  5. Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (Japan) (Translated En) View File Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (Japan) (Translated En) Akumajō Special: Boku Dracula-kun (悪魔城すぺしゃる ぼくドラキュラくん Akumajō Supesharu: Boku Dorakyura-kun?, lit. "Demon Castle Special: I'm Kid Dracula") is a platformer video game made by Konami. It was released only in Japan for the Famicom on 19 October 1990.[1] The game was never localized outside Japan until a fan created translation was released in 2003. It is considered a parody of the Castlevania series. A version for mobile phones was also released on 30 June 2006 in Japan only. Easter Egg At the title screen, entering the Konami Code (Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A) will give a tone for correct code entry. Pressing Start, however, gives you nothing more than a mocking message. Japanese English ざんねんでした。 なにもないよ~ん! Too bad. There's nothing here! The program code were intended to have more than one cheat codes at once, but there is only one cheat entry left in the pointer table for the cheats, the rest is removed at some point. However, some coding for at least one more additional cheat flag exist in the game. Code PAVLSYAA will replace the easter cheat effect with the scrapped unused one, which will gives to you extra 50 lives instead at the start of the new game. Submitter klopjero Submitted 03/27/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  6. Nintendo Famicom - Akumajou Densetsu (Japan)-klopjero View File Nintendo Famicom - Akumajou Densetsu (Japan)-klopjero Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, known in Japan as Akumajō Densetsu (悪魔城伝説?, literally Devil's Castle Legend),[2] is the third and final Castlevania video game produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was published by Konami in Japan in 1989, in North America in 1990, and in Europe in 1992 (some time after the European release of Super Castlevania IV). It was later released on the Wii Virtual Console in the PAL regions on October 31, 2008, in North America on January 12, 2009 and in Japan on April 21, 2009. The plot of Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse is a prequel to the original Castlevania (much like the earlier Game Boy game Castlevania: The Adventure) set a few centuries before the events of the original game. The game's protagonist is Trevor C. Belmont, an ancestor of the original hero Simon Belmont. Regional Differences Castlevania III managed to slip a lot of religious imagery under Nintendo's radar, but all of the game's nudity has been censored. Some graphics and palettes have also been improved. Akumajou Densetsu Castlevania III The nude statues seen on the name entry screen and password screen have been given dresses and their shading has been updated. The vines that were originally on the statues were removed. Castlevania III also uses a much more stylish font than Akumajou Densetsu. Amusingly, the opposite went on to happen in Castlevania IV. Akumajou Densetsu Castlevania III The same also applies to the nude statues at Block 8-01 in Dracula's Curse. Akumajou Densetsu Castlevania III The cross in the intro scene originally had a "glowing" effect surrounding it, which was removed in Castlevania III. Akumajou Densetsu Castlevania III Medusa lost her female characteristics in Dracula's Curse. Akumajou Densetsu Castlevania III Besides the breast reduction, the completely messed up animation frame for her aiming upward stance was cleaned up. Still, three of her animation frames were less than perfect. Her head looks suspiciously mispositioned in one of her aiming straight ahead frames. A few Medusa-tiles went unused in the Japanese ROM, an arm meant for the glitchy animation frame. And a different part of the body found in both ROMs, meant for this frame: Submitter klopjero Submitted 03/11/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  7. Super Famicom - Akumajou Dracula (Japan)-klopjero View File Akumajou Dracula (Japan) Super Castlevania IV (Japanese: 悪魔城ドラキュラ Hepburn: Akumajō Dorakyura?, Devil's Castle Dracula[2]) is a platform game developed and published by Konami and the first Castlevania game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was originally released in 1991 and later re-released on the Virtual Console in 2006 for the Wii,[3] in 2013 for the Wii U, and in 2016 for the New Nintendo 3DS.[4] It features expanded play control, 16-bit graphics featuring SNES Mode 7, and a soundtrack featuring brand new pieces and arrangements based on previous Castlevania music. Following the same setting as Castlevania on the NES, the game takes place in 1691 Transylvania, where the vampire hunter Simon Belmont must defeat the vampire Dracula.[3][5] Submitter klopjero Submitted 03/07/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  8. Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Akumajou Dracula II - Noroi no Fuuin (Japan)-klopjero(20170222).zip View File Enjoy Submitter klopjero Submitted 02/22/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  9. famicom disk wheel pack

    famicom disk wheel pack View File famicom disk system wheel art couldn't find any anywhere so i made some there is a blank one in case some one whats to make more that are not included feel free to re upload if a more complete pack is made the fds needs so love. (note may need to be renamed to fit XML file) Submitter darkstar1 Submitted 01/19/2017 Category Wheel Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  10. Nintendo Famicom Theme Default (4:3) View File Nintendo Famicom Theme 4:3 Submitter Ray572 Submitted 12/03/2016 Category System Default Themes HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  11. Nintendo Famicom Wheel Art View File New Update December 02, 2016 Version 3.0 They added more wheel with several improvements. Submitter Ray572 Submitted 12/03/2016 Category Wheel Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  12. Nintendo Famicom Box Art 2D (4:3) View File New Update November 25, 2016 Version 3.0 Added new cover and have improved many Also the size of the covers to put them in Hyperspin was adjusted. The boxes are sized for 4:3 theme. Submitter Ray572 Submitted 12/03/2016 Category Box Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  13. Nintendo Famicom

    Nintendo Famicom View File New Update December 02. 2016 Version 3.0 -100% Games famicom -Retains The original names -Contains Games unofficial versions -Contains the Asian roms -Contains all roms translated to date The database is composed as follows:Nintendo Famicom.xml Genre.xml All Games.xml All Games Full.xml Submitter Ray572 Submitted 12/02/2016 Category Databases (XML) Credits  
  14. Version

    524 downloads

    This is a Widescreen theme for the Nintendo Famicom Disksystem it features an animated background of scrolling Nintendo seals of quality
  15. Version 1.0

    419 downloads

    Widescreen Main menu Theme for the Nintendo Famicom Features an animated background of scrolling Nintendo seals of quality
  16. Version

    168 downloads

    This is a main menu wheel for the Nintendo Famicom
  17. Version

    119 downloads

    This is a widescreen main menu wheel for the Nintendo Famicom Disk system
  18. Version

    365 downloads

    Letter pack for the Nintendo Super Famicom system - based on the lettering style from the official system logo
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