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  1. Version 1.0


    Finally finished this long project I kept putting off. All spines and covers were done using real scans and photos. The goal was accuracy and to replace the old set which used custom artwork.
  2. Version 20160823


    Finally here is the 100% complete PS1 3D box set. This was a lot of work but at last it is done.
  3. Version 20160227


    Added to HyperBase on 8/12/2016 - Circo Sega Genesis / Mega Drive 3D Box Pack v1.2 946 3D Boxes
  4. Version 20150930


    Another system, another updated database in need of wheels. More projects to come as these are completed. I'll attach the new xml for this one so check the bottom of this post, hope that's okay Brolly as help on this set is required I'm not sure if this new xml is considered final but I don't think there's anything left to add unless you go digging through homebrews. They can always be added in later. Original thread -> http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/topic/11355-sega-genesis-update-project-complete/page-1 Database (XML) -> http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/10832-sega-genesis-database-xml/
  5. Version 20150930


    I've been busy working on the missing wheels for an updated Nintendo database. It's not ready for public release yet though as some games still need to be added and removed. Brolly's on the case! It'll be uploaded when finished I believe. Still thought I'd make a topic if anyone needs these and also to continue working on this set from time to time, so I will update this occassionally. Still a bunch more wheels missing that I'll get to but I got many of them done the last couple rainy days. Keep in mind most of these new games are prototypes without official artwork, so wheels were made from the best sources I could find. 8/29 Update: COMPLETED Original thread -> http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/topic/11147-nes-update-project-completed/ Database (XML) -> http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/10830-nes-database-xml/
  6. Version 20150930


    Updated Nintendo database. Includes 885 games, all regions. Original thread -> http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/topic/11147-nes-update-project-completed/
  7. Everything in Mednafen's config is easy to find, plus it does have a built-in UI for setting up keybinds. There's a third party GUI you can also use but I never tried it or needed it: http://forum.fobby.net/index.php?t=msg&th=924&start=0&
  8. I'm towards the end of a translated "Castlevania - Rondo of Blood" using Mednafen. The patched rip I'm using is cue + iso + wavs, and the folder size is only 489 MB. Not much larger than a regular bin + cue CD game. My "Beyond Shadowgate" bin + cue rip for example is 445 MB. Perhaps other games are larger though.
  9. I remember a similar topic to this and I'd like to repeat -- Mednafen by miles. Works perfect for every game I've tried. Charging users for an emulator is incredibly lame and a complete waste of money, especially with so many free, open-source and regularly updated emulators around today. You can also even rewind Turbo CD games with Medna. Not to mention all the other systems it accurately emulates. You could try RetroArch too with the PCE cores, probably works just as well.
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