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  1. I made a generic 'Proto' cover for games like 'Dino Hockey' and "Scarabeus' that are so poorly developed that they aren't even worth making fake art for.

    Here it is if you want it.



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  2. I've read elsewhere that attachments aren't working, thought I'd give this a try.

      <game name="SimCity (USA) (Proto)" index="" image="">
        <description>SimCity (USA) (Proto)</description>
        <cloneof />
        <rating>Other - NR (Not Rated)</rating>





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  3. On 4/16/2019 at 5:43 AM, RyuHayabusa78 said:

    I was looking at some Hyperspin videos on YouTube and came across this one that has a complete set of PC Engine CD box art, logos, and videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5Ls4HPh8GU It's a far larger set that I've seen here or on Emumovies, which is around 120. I have a complete set of PCE CD games which is around 400 or so games so it would be great to have. Has anyone seen this set before or know where it can be found? Thanks

    I sat through the first few minutes of the video while comparing to my database (which is 126 games), and it had the same games. I don't think there's anything special about it, honestly.

    Edit: His 3D artwork does appear to have better quality spines than the set that EmuMovies has.

  4. On 3/20/2016 at 11:12 AM, THK said:

    Super Nintendo Entertainment System





    Super Nintendo Entertainment System.zip

    I hate to be critical, because I love 99.9% of your work (and I certainly don't believe I could do any better), but I do not like the way the logos look - the outside edges are too 'square,' if that makes sense (Notably, on the 'S,' 'P,' 'R,' 'D', and 'O'). It looks unnatural. They should be more contoured, like in this logo:


    I'm actually not sure if it's the inside or the outside edges that are a bit off.

    I only bring this up because, a quick Google search for 'Super Nintendo Logo' brings up the logos you've drawn (I notice immediately that they're yours), from multiple sources. Anything different is practically non-existent - you've essentially re-written history. :) 

    I've even seen your logos used on 'official' SNES boxes in the Launchbox community (someone went to great lengths to clean up boxes).


  5. I thought I'd bring something up... that 'boot.st' file that you're supposed to have in the root of the hard drive images, you should name it after the ROM name for a game like 'Alien Blast,' that has specific ini settings, otherwise, those settings won't take effect. The game will give you an error message. I didn't see any documentation on this in the module notes.

    Edit: It looks like most, if not all of the hard drive games require you to do this, as most of them require 4mb of memory. I'm not sure if I'm doing this right, or perhaps missing something, but what I'm doing seems to be fixing the problem, and the games are booting.

  6. I appreciate the constructive criticism, and if you want to do some A+ quality work, I won't take offense, but I was just sharing what I had. :) I'm not a wheel guy because I just don't have the patience to go 'the extra mile.' (at this stage in my life, for this particular hobby)

    Looking forward to seeing you, or someone else do them proper, but in the meantime,  B grade artwork IMO is much better than nothing. :)

  7.     <game name="Touch Detective Rising 3 - Does Funghi Dream Of Bananas (Japan) (Translated En)" index="" image="">
            <description>Touch Detective Rising 3: Does Funghi Dream Of Bananas? (Japan) (Translated En)</description>
            <manufacturer>Success Corporation</manufacturer>
            <rating>CERO - A (All Ages)</rating>


    Touch Detective Rising 3 - Does Funghi Dream Of Bananas (Japan) (Translated En).png

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