Jump to content


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 01/15/2018 in all areas

  1. 1 point
    just finished graphics and installing Hyperspin on my pedestal. I added a power button on the front for the computer and have 8 usb ports (4 on the front and 4 on the side. I also added the power button and ethernet port (just in case). It's hard to see, but on the sides I cut clear acrylic and put vinyl stickers of mario, sonic and mortal kombat (black vinyl). it was a fun build. I only need to get my controls to work properly through HyperHQ, Rockerlaucher and Joytokey. Everything else works great.
  2. 1 point
    To be fair if it just "Happened" I wouldn't be putting too much faith in that HDD. Be sure to run a scan disc on it when you get a chance as it could have some troublesome sectors. Also It might be worth it to invest in a 120GB SSD to install your OS on and move your hyperspin to a separate HDD that way any windows issues in the future wont risk taking your HS with it.. Granted you will need to re-configure your paths for Hyperspin.. well unless you install your OS to D: or something and leave C: for just Hyperspin. I have 4 copies of Hyperspin on my PC now... well 3 with one on a Portable HDD so I can take it over to a friends house to play.
  3. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0


    What s up Dr ?
  4. 1 point

    Version 2.0


    GCE Vectrex HyperBase Database (Official) Completed to 2.0 standards - including all metadata, and games as per the official guidelines. Development Thread -
  5. 1 point

    Version 20150801


    Amstrad_CPC_Wheels_[08012015]. Wheels Match with Tur-Matcher from HorseyHorsey and PPAAUULL folders on FTP along with my C64 wheels. Wheel naming based on HS 1.0 XML. No guarantee that all wheels match a Amstrad CPC box. Its a start anyway. Did you help with some of these? Let me know so you can get added to the credits! Cheers!
  6. 1 point

    Version 20101011


    NES Letter Pack-bLAZER This is complete, if you find numbers are missing it's because those numbers are not used in the database. Gigapig.
  7. 1 point



    Greetings, For your enjoyment I present you with the 3dbox set I made for the GCE Vectrex: -------------------------------------- The Vectrex was the first and only home-based system to ever use a vector-based screen. It was also the first home system to offer a 3D peripheral (the Vectrex 3D Imager), in 1984, predating the Sega Master System's SegaScope 3D by several years. The Vectrex was a commercial failure, due in part to its release just prior to the North American video game crash of 1983. However, it retains a small, devoted fan base. In addition, critics have praised the system's durability, the design of its controllers, and its library of games. -------------------------------------- These Boxes are at 4:3 aspect ratio. -------------------------------------- Boxes included 3D Crazy Coaster (USA).png 3D Mine Storm (USA).png 3D Narrow Escape (USA).png AnimAction - Advanced Animation (USA).png Armor..Attack (World).png Art Master (USA).png Bedlam (USA, Europe).png Berzerk (World).png Blitz! - Action Football (USA, Europe).png Clean Sweep (World) (Mr Boston Version).png Clean Sweep (World).png Cosmic Chasm (World).png Dark Tower (USA) (Proto).png Fortress of Narzod (USA, Europe).png Heads-Up - Action Soccer (USA).png HyperChase - Auto Race (World).png Melody Master - Music Composition and Entertainment (USA).png Mine Storm (World).png Mine Storm II (USA).png Polar Rescue (USA).png Pole Position (USA).png Rip Off (World).png Scramble (USA, Europe).png Solar Quest (World).png Space Wars (World).png Spike (USA, Europe).png Spin ball (USA).png Star Castle (USA).png Star Trek - The Motion Picture (USA).png StarHawk (World).png Thrust (USA) (Unl).png V-Frogger by Chris Salomon (1998) (PD).png WebWars (USA).png