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  1. 2 points
    Here are the latest additions, which are some I fixed up and made much better. Big Shot (Gottlieb).zip Addams Family, The (Bally).zip Attack From Mars (Bally).zip Black Hole (Gottlieb).zip Black Knight (Williams).zip Black Knight 2000 (Williams).zip Bram Stoker's Dracula (Williams).zip Big Shot (Gottlieb).zip Black Rose (Bally).zip
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    Version 1.1


    My Attempt at making Andriod, MAC, PC users 1st steps in to Hyperspin Android easier This is an adjusted version of the Media and Databases that are included with Hyperspin Full Install 1.3.3 Tweaked and cutdown for use directly with Android devices (It will not directly work with a PC although you can merge it with a PC setup to aid the building of an Android setup) Whats Included Indenticle Media files as 1.3.3 with some removals Pre configured Settings files Brief Android Emulator setup notes MAME Adjusted xml for 0.139 ROM set (Default one included also Outdated) Additional Settings files for 123 systems/collections (Provided by Badhemi) Systems Included & Emulators suggested Atari 5200 (Retroarch MAME (Arcade) Core) Atari Lynx (Retroarch Handy Core) MAME (MAME4droid Reloaded (Red) 0.139v romset NEC TurboGrafx-16 (Retroarch Mednafen PCE Fast Core) Nintendo 64 (Retroarch Mupen64Plus Core or Glupen Core) Nintendo Entertainment System (Retroarch Nestopia Core) Nintendo Game Boy Advance (Retroarch VBA Next Core Panasonic 3DO (Retroarch 4DO Core) Sega 32X (Retroarch Picodrive Core) Sega CD (Retroarch Picodrive Core) Sega Dreamcast (Reicast 73e2691 2016_05_22 Build) Sega Game Gear (Retroarch Genesis Plus GX Core) Sega Genesis (Retroarch Picodrive Core) Sega Master System (Retroarch Picodrive Core) SNK Neo Geo (Retroarch FB Alpha Core) SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color (Retroarch Madnafen NGP Core) Sony PlayStation (Retroarch PCSX Rearmed Core) Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Retroarch BSNES Mercury Performance Core) See this Thread for details (Tutorial) Hyperspin Android Overview & Installation Install Notes To install this Hyperspin Android base pack Step 1 - Combine the download parts Extract the "Hyperspin 1.3.3 Android PT1" (Hyperspin.zip) file Place the "Hyperspin 1.3.3 Android PT2" (Media.zip) file within the extracted Hyperspin folder Extract the "Hyperspin 1.3.3 Android PT2" (Media.zip) file and it will combine the two parts Alternativly extract both files and the cut and paste them together (Optional Addition) Extract the Settings_Android.zip and pick out the settings files you require as you build your setup. Place them in your Settings folder or Settings_Android folder depending on your setup Rename specific systems if needed ADD YOUR ROMPATH Step 2 - READ the Setup Notes.txt Step 3 - Organise your roms Organise your roms so they are located in the suggested folder structure OR place them in a location of your own choice. MAKE sure you adjust the "SYSTEMNAME".ini files to reflect your own rompath ****Remeber rom names will need to exactly match your Hyperspin databases (.xml) and be in a format that your chosen emulator can open**** Step 4 - Move the pack to your Android Device Once you have the complete Hyperspin folder place this at the root of your storage device connected to your android device (USB HDD, Internal storage, SDCard or Network drive) Step 5 - Download and configure your emulators Step 6 - Install Hyperspin Application Download and install the Hyperspin application from the Goggle Playstore
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    The old set is in the Official section at the EmuMovies FTP; the latest set is at /Upload Here/RetroFE/emulators/MAME/artwork of that same FTP site. You can also use this thread if you prefer to use MEGA:
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    Did you already follow my tutorial here? It will work perfectly for TPA up to version 1.50.10 before they changed TPA to the new, absolutely horrible UI. I quit working on this module after that. However there was a new module being tested on the RL forums that hasn't rolled out officially yet for the new UI version.
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    Figured out how to get the overlays working and how to make them stick individually for each game after exiting and reloading. I assume it's safe to post a link to the overlays I used so download that pack and place them somewhere of your choosing. At first I couldn't get them to work because I placed them in the retroarch Overlay folder in the data/data/com.retroarch/overlay folder thinking they needed to go there with the other preset overlays, I was wrong. In fact Retroarch won't even register the overlay files due to how it's all configured. The moment I put them somewhere else (my external harddrive) not only were Retroarch able to finally see the overlays but they all worked right off the bat without having to rename anything. http://www27.zippyshare.com/v/Kpc09sgH/file.html After unzipping that you'll notice files with .zip extensions, ignore those and go straight to the other folder, for some reason trying those .zip files didn't work but they came with the package when I got it so I just left them. Load up a game and then go to the overlay option (Settings>Onscreen Display>Onscreen Overlay) and turn Display Overlay on. I also recommend setting the overlay opacity to 0.50 and leave overlay scale on 1.00 then go into Overlay Preset and choose an overlay .cfg file to the game you just loaded. Go back in game to see if it loaded it up. If it worked go to Quick Menu>Save Game Overrides and then exit Retroarch right away through the menu itself and not any one button hot keys. Re enter Retroarch and check the game you first tested to see if it starts with the overlay intact, if it worked repeat everything you just did with all the other games Extra tip. For a more authentic looking image use the shaders neon-variation-1 (in the neon folder) and motionblur-simple (in the motionblur folder). Afterwards go to quick menu>save core overrides and then exit Retroarch by the menu and the shaders should also stick as well. Hope this helps. This was all tested on Retroarch 1.4.1 on my rooted Shield TV btw
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    Fixed it sorry i was just having a blonde moment lol
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    Version 1.0.1


    The full oficial wheel pack for Nintendo Game Boy Color.
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    ds works better on tablet so i may delete it off my pc build as it requires a mouse for a majority of the games iv got a "free ds for android 6" emulator wish i could get it set up with hyperspin.
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    oops I fergot one. I just noticed now. also I got to reupload the wheels and videosnaps here on a megalink for you guys. but first here is the missing theme TX-Sector (Gottlieb).zip TX-Sector (Gottlieb).zip
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    Alright I'm finally done. I will be posting this in the download section as well. But I intend to remake the first few tables I made for this series, for I got better and better by the end. I think I can improve on them much better. But for now at least its a full set, here are the last for the complete collection: Also I'd like to thank Metalzoic for letting me post these here as I created them. Specially when I didn't know how to share them anywhere else. I hope these make someone happy out there. Victory (Gottlieb).zip WHO Dunnit (Bally).zip Xenon (Bally).zip Whirlwind (Williams).zip Twilight Zone (Bally).zip Terminator 2 - Judgment Day (Williams).zip Theatre of Magic (Bally).zip White Water (Williams).zip
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    Good to have another Hyperdroider on board drop by the Android forum and report back with your setup man. It's always good to see what people come up with
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    Thanks for your hard work on this. I got the Shield TV pro for Xmas, will try to setup HS with the help of this.
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    NEED HELP hello I've specially baught a Tegra 4i android 4.4 smartphone called Wiko Highway 4g, who is technicaly compatible with hyperspin android like required specifications says. I follow your installation guide, but unfortunatly it doesn't work : at starting application I've a message saying that application closed. So i've still the hope to run HSandroid on my Tegra smartphone... There is some 3rd party software to install or something else ? Or there is some settings to configure ? Thanks for your returns
  15. 1 point

    Version 1.0


    Added to HyperBase on 8/12/2016 - Circo Game wheels for the Nintendo 64
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    Version 20110322


    This is a basic theme set for Playstation 2. There is a main menu system theme and a default game theme. Place your Playstation 2 CD images in Artwork3 folder and Game Boxes in Artwork4 folder. Both of these themes are tweaks of existing themes.
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    Version 20150621


    All images have been optimized to ensure more responsive wheel spin in HyperSpin
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    Version 20130727


    If you want a professional and good looking interface take a look this theme. Please support my project facebook.com/chicuelo.ar
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    Version 0161 to .166 & .173


    MAME HyperBase Database (Official) 3 Versions are available Full Database Filtered Database (No Casino, Mahjong or Mature) Filtered Database (No Casino or Mahjong) Previous versions are also made available MAY NOT BE 100% WITH CURRENT MEDIA
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    Version 20100804


    Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (JPN, USA, EUR, ASI, AUS) (Rev A) Video Snap available from EmuMovies
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    Version 20150509


    Default NES Main Menu Wheel
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    AutoKustom BETA-2 (used for creating "Kustom Framed Wheels"
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    Version 20150621


    Default - GBA - Main Menu Wheel
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