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  1. https://legacy.imagemagick.org/Usage/text/ Looks like you could use image magick to take the text files to pngs vi convert.exe The swftools to take those to swf if needed Just a few ideas. Good luck
  2. You will need to define your list of games you are including in your arcade classics. Once that is defined then you can pick the emulator that is best suited for each game. Mostly that will be mame as that plays a majority of the games. Then if you want model 2 games like house of the dead then you would need the model2 emulator for that. And on down the line for different games. Alternatively you can look at what games are supported on emulators of the arcade genre and see if those qualify as classics and add the per system emulators and games. In the end if you keep it simple then it’s just mame. You want some newer classics sprinkled in then demul, model2, model3, singe, etc may be required. Good luck
  3. Maybe you are running it as administrator? Or if not, test running as administrator. Good luck
  4. https://www.libretro.com/index.php/retroarchblissbox-partnership/ https://bliss-box.net/ Never used it but was all the rage for a bit.
  5. In my opinion the best way is something like this: https://www.retronicdesign.com/en/buy-it-now/ And using a real controller. I personally have never used that retronic one. I did build a retropie setup with this: http://2600-daptor.com/Vision-daptor.htm and a colecovision flashback console for a relative who is a colecovision nut. Personally I have computer systems on my setup so I have a keyboard handy at all times so I just use that to play some of those colecovision games. However from what I setup for my relative and based on the feedback from that, the main thing with colecovision and intellivision games beyond just using the buttons on the number pad is the overlays for the numberpad. Having the overlays to know what the buttons do is critical. My relative actually collects the overlays now so they have them for the controllers for playing the games on retropie. Couple sites with overlays: http://www.steverd.com/overcol/coleover.htm https://atariage.com/forums/topic/150406-interest-check-in-colecovision-overlay-fabrication/?tab=comments#comment-1836465 good luck
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    Commodore 64 2D Boxes 12-10-2017
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    C64 Wheel Update 06192017 C64_Wheel_Update_102317.zip
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    C64 2D Boxes Update 06192017 C64_2D_Boxes_Update_102317.zip
  9. C64 Wheel Update 06192017 View File C64 Wheel Update 06192017 Submitter dougan78 Submitted 06/19/2017 Category Wheel Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - T-Z
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - R-S
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - N-Q
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - I-M
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - F-H
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    Commodore 64 - Game 2D Box Pack 20161029 - C-E
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