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Is it me or is the update link missing? haha


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Is it me or is the update link missing? haha


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I see it on Tapatalk and Chrome


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hmmm I am on tapatalk and no see..my phone been acting up lately. when I click on anyones @ says error with forums.


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Don't forget to thank Reznnate @Avar for his Android update. Not in Playstore yet but 1st update I a long time and working fine here so far.

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Yes, I saw that, but I wasn't aware we offered HyperSpin via the play store................

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It's stated as not a BBB related project . But yes it's in the PlayStore

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Special thanks today for:

More PC themes from @ghostlost, @Bungles, and @NEO207:
 
Another sexy cinematic theme from @RetroHumanoid:
 
More MAME themes from both @Mykillvee and @kymah:
 
New arcade collections and Sega Dreamcast VMU content from @hoscarconh:
 
More impressive NES marquees from @VoidWalker:
 
More bezels and marquees from @Krakerman:
 
@SupraKarma shows off his upcoming fade screens to match his next "Ultimate" release:
 
More discs from @JSinn:
 
We got some gorgeous Wii U wheel updates from @diskmach:
 
And @MADrigal's Simulators marches on with more awesome updates!
 
 

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(Gonna keep copying the text here but imma leave the pics on fb, it makes it a whore to load/scroll the page XD)

Special thanks to everyone involved today for:

 
Newcomer @cuponer0fills in some MAME wheel gaps:
 
UHD Sega Dreamcast Disc release from @SupraKarma! With special thanks to @Black Hazor for helping with scans!
 
@Accorsi has started an extremely impressive Commodore 64 box art project!
 
@JSinn whippin' his big discs out again:
 
@diskmach slaps his on the table as well, via his massive wheel projects:
 
@Krakerman still rockin it with his awesome 4K bezels and marquees:
 
@Kondorito and @gamesmame making great progress on their Nintendo Famicom wheels!
 
@VoidWalker releases a few dozen more big NES marquees:
 
Tons of new themes from @ghostlost, @NEO207, and @Mykillvee and one from @Bain408!

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Since I missed yesterday I had a lot of content to share and decided to put the spotlight on some of most prolific creators! Sorry to anyone I missed in this roundup. I will get you for a spotlight run eventually :D

First, a big thanks to @Dubbloseven @rodrigodn @rondar @Bain408 @hoscarconh and @md_max for sharing over the last few days.

Also a big shoutout to @ghostlost:

@Krakerman:

 

@VoidWalker:

 

@SupraKarma, @Black Hazor:

 

@NEO207:

 

@Mykillvee:

@JSinn, @dionymnia:

@husko:

 

And @Bungles!

 

 

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Spotlight on @Avar for being one of the hardest working people in the community, and giving recognition to all of the contributors - not to mention actually getting involved yourself. It's not 'nothing,' what you do, so in case you don't get to hear it enough, 'thank you.' :)

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Indeed @Avar!  Thank you so much for the recognition and for all of your hard work in the community!  You are always appreciated, my man.

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Many thanks for the highlight Avar.

I'm glad to be able to contribute to the community.

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Big thanks to @MADrigal @NEO207 @wardiz @srfran @Mykillvee @VoidWalker @mankin @JSinn @dionymnia @Krakerman for today's update!

HyperUpdate! What better way to end the weekend than with new content? :D
 
We got three gorgeous new beta releases from MADrigal:
 
Several more themes from NEO207:
 
wardiz gives us a more in-depth look at the making of his cabinet:
 
New themes from both srfran and Mykillvee:
 
VoidWalker made a slew of new NES marquees:
 
We got several new N64 wheels from mankin:
 
JSinn and dionymnia created more UHD++++ Nintendo GameCube discs:
 
And Krakerman has completed more sexy MAME marquees + bezel combos!
 
I hope everyone had a great weekend!

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@Avar do you ever rest buddy!? Hahaha.

Thanks for the spotlight! And Yay I am purple now, I guess I should start making some more things. :)

 

 

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Damm I missed this by a few days

340 days since Hyperspin was announced as back in full development

 

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Full's subjective, and efforts have ramped up exponentially since that was announced, Kinda par for the course with any project but the scope has changed dramatically and we're all working pretty much non-stop at it.

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Special thanks today to @ghostlost @JSinn @Mykillvee @Bungles @leonardombn @husko @RLBradders26 @ignees!

HyperUpdate! Feels like lately every day sees more content releases than the last... it's a good feeling ;)
 
As always, more impressive themes and wheels from ghostlost:
 
More of JSinn's massive discs:
 
Mykillvee fills another MAME gap:
 
Bungles shows us a novel cab build:
 
Frets on Fire and Sega Ring themes from leonardombn:
 
Another gorgeous UHD SNES marquees from husko:
 
RLBradders26 gives us more love for FIFA 17:
 
And a slew of themes from ignees!
 
Enjoy and happy gaming!

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A big thank you to @ghostlost @Bungles @leonardombn @Mykillvee @Bjalready @kymah @NEO207 @rondar @JSinn @dionymnia @Kondorito @gamesmame @darktigrous @Krakerman @diskmach and @SupraKarma for their great work!

HyperUpdate! Be sure to check out our latest development teaser at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1b4bbsbS79A
 
Another big congrats to the winners and paricipants of HyperScore 55! Don't miss HyperScore 56: Frogger!
 
We also got some great new 16:9 themes from both ghostlost and Bungles:
 
More new themes from leonardombn, Mykillvee, Bjalready, kymah, NEO207, and Rondar!
 
JSinn and dionymnia are still hard at work on the UHD GameCube Disc project:
 
Kondorito and gamesmame are bringing us some lovely new Famicom wheels:
 
darktigrous is back at his MSX wheel set as well!
 
More and more sexy Krakerman bezels on the way:
 
Gorgeous Bandai WonderSwan Color wheels from diskmach:
 
And more great work from SupraKarma in the Realistic SNES Box project:
 
Happy gaming!

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Thanks today to @RetroHumanoid @MADrigal @hoscarconh @ghostlost @Bungles @rondar @husko @JSinn @Krakerman @griffin518 @SupraKarma @ignees @kymah @NEO207!

HyperUpdate! So much widescreen love happening these days!
 
There's new fade, pause, and intro media from RetroHumanoid:
 
Two new beta simulations from MADrigal:
 
More great 16:9 themes from hoscarconh, ghostlost, bungles, and Rondar:
 
husko has added to his impressive UHD SNES marquees project for HS supporters:
 
We got more of JSinn's great disc work:
 
More 4K arcade bezels/marquees from Krakerman:
 
Another great bezel from griffin518:
 
Further additions to the realistic-style SNES box project from SupraKarma:
 
As well as great new 4:3 themes from ignees, kymah, and NEO207:
 
Happy gaming!

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Thank you @RetroHumanoid @Bungles @ghostlost @husko @Krakerman @SupraKarma @Mykillvee @rondar @MildAnti and the rest of our awesome community.

HyperUpdate! This has been a Saturday full of awesome submissions!
 
We got yet another awesome cinematic theme from the talented RetroHumanoid:
 
A host of wonderful Telltale Games and other PC themes from Bungles:
 
More awesome ghostlost themes!
 
husko announced more marquees and themes:
 
More 4K marquees and bezels from Krakerman:
 
More new SNES boxes from SupraKarma:
 
And new 4:3 themes from Mykillvee, rondar, and MildAnti:
 

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Another day another update. Nice work @Avar you are a star.

 

P.S Trying to keep ya busy haha.

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@RetroHumanoid that LaserDisc Cinematic theme is badass man. already have it updated and tweaked with a transition background on my cab.

Thanks man!

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Tapatalk is broken now since updating the website as the forums no longer work with tapatalk.

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Big thanks to @ghostlost @Bungles @NEO207 @Mykillvee @Krakerman @SupraKarma @Kondorito @husko! Green mushrooms for everybody!

HyperUpdate! The site is currently undergoing updates and maintenance so there may be some temporary outages. Hasn't stopped people from contributing to the community though :D
 
ghostlost uploaded more of his gorgeous 16:9 themes and wheels:
 
Bungles contributed more awesome 16:9 themes and new frontend exit media:
 
Great new 4:3 themes from NEO207 and Mykillvee:
 
Several sexy new 4K marquees/bezels from Krakerman:
 
Loads of new historically accurate boxes from SupraKarma and Kondorito's SNES project:
 
And more outstanding UHD SNES marquees from husko!
 
Happy gaming!

 

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