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Avar

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  1. 16:9 Avar - AAE - Main Menu Wheel 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 custom AAE main menu wheel. To install this file simple place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Images/Wheel/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Main Menu Wheels HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  2. Version 1.0.0

    80 downloads

    This is a 16:9 custom AAE main menu wheel. To install this file simple place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Images/Wheel/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy!
  3. 16:9 - AAE - Main Menu Wheel 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 version of the default AAE main menu wheel. To install this file simple place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Images/Wheel/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Main Menu Wheels HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  4. Version 1.0.0

    116 downloads

    This is a 16:9 version of the default AAE main menu wheel. To install this file simple place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Images/Wheel/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy!
  5. 16:9 HD - AAE - Main Menu (16:9) 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 HD remaster of the default AAE theme. To install the file, simply place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Themes/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Main Menu Themes Media Dimensions Credits  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    302 downloads

    This is a 16:9 HD remaster of the default AAE theme. To install the file, simply place it in your :/HyperSpin/Media/Main Menu/Themes/ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file, if any. Enjoy!
  7. 16x9 Widow - AAE - Game Wheel Pack 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 widescreen version of the Widow-plated AAE wheels. To install, simply extract the file to your :\HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Wheel\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing files. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Game Wheel Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  8. Version 1.0.0

    116 downloads

    This is a 16:9 widescreen version of the Widow-plated AAE wheels. To install, simply extract the file to your :\HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Wheel\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing files. Enjoy!
  9. 16:9 - AAE Pointer - 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 widescreen version of ninja2bceen's wonderful AAE pointer. To install, simply download the file to your B:\HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Other\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Pointers HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  10. Version 1.0.0

    110 downloads

    This is a 16:9 widescreen version of ninja2bceen's wonderful AAE pointer. To install, simply download the file to your :\HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Other\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing file. Enjoy!
  11. 16:9 - AAE - Letter Pack 20170422 View File This is a 16:9 version of the AAE letter pack intended for widescreen displays. Simply extract this file into your :/HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Letters\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing files. Enjoy! Submitter Avar Submitted 04/22/2017 Category Letter Packs HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    149 downloads

    This is a 16:9 version of the AAE letter pack intended for widescreen displays. Simply extract this file into your :/HyperSpin\Media\AAE\Images\Letters\ folder and overwrite or backup the existing files. Enjoy!
  13. Version 1.0.1

    890 downloads

    !!!PLEASE NOTE: THESE HAVE BEEN SWF SMOOTHED THEN RENAMED TO .PNG, SO THE FILES CANNOT BE OPENED TO VIEW THE IMAGES OUTSIDE OF HYPERSPIN. THIS IS NORMAL AND THEY WORK WITHIN THE FRONTEND JUST FINE!!! This is all of the /Media/Frontend/Image files resised, and HD smoothed for 16:9 displays. Screenshot above was taken in 4k and shows marked aesthetic improvement for widescreen over standard artwork. To install, simply extract the download into your :/HyperSpin/Media/Frontend/Images folder and overwrite or backup the original files. Cheers!
  14. HD Frontend Menu Images 16x9 View File !!!PLEASE NOTE: THESE HAVE BEEN SWF SMOOTHED THEN RENAMED TO .PNG, SO THE FILES CANNOT BE OPENED TO VIEW THE IMAGES OUTSIDE OF HYPERSPIN. THIS IS NORMAL!!! This is all of the media/frontend/images resided, and smoothed for 16:9 displays. Screenshot above was taken in 4k. To install, simply extract the download into your :/HyperSpin/Media/Frontend/Images folder and overwrite or backup the original files. Submitter Avar Submitted 04/18/2017 Category Templates HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  15. Been a while since there's been an update in here but as anyone following me on FB will know, we're currently grinding through a major Firmware update while also testing a huge variety of increasingly cool peripherals from all generations of gaming. Also, thought the firmware update process is fairly easy, I'll have an official video out for it after the next few tutorials. Lots to look forward to here.
  16. I'm currently flying around the middle of nowhere with minimal interwebs. That combined with a Canadian city getting pretty much wiped off the face of the Earth this week has kept me pretty busy. Will continue to do the best I can to pump out some vids of controllers in action. In the meantime, in response to the request for the best places to buy different types of controllers: everywhere! Personally, I wanted new, unused, or like-new controllers in mint condition so I fell back on ebay quite a lot. There are a lot of reputable vendors on their and it's easy to find what you're looking for. The only controller that might cause some people problems on ebay is for the Interton VC 4000, which I've only found available through a German store. Amazon is often reliable but be sure to pore over the credentials of the vendor, since Amazon doesn't offer as many pictures of the product you'll be physically receiving. There are a great many only vendors but the availability of different controller types fluctuates with them and they're almost always used, so the quality can vary. When in doubt, contact the seller. The easiest controllers to find are for systems that saw wide release in Japan. EU/NA exclusive systems can be slightly harder to locate. For example, it's easier to find brand new Super Famicom controllers than it is to find SNES controllers in perfect condition (they're interchangeable though). Rarer, collectible peripherals you're pretty much forced to camp ebay for. They're usually listed it just pays to shop around to get the best price.
  17. I'll be doing up some fun media for it when it's more ready and hopefully pique the interest of larger gaming media outlets in the process. As for cost, for everything you see in the video is was quite a lot BUT the bulk volume of it was quite affordable for the average user. You can find great deals on new, unused controllers for most retro systems with ease. Used controllers are often in just as good of shape and are dirt cheap. Most of the cost came from select extremely rare peripherals. For example, while Atari Jaguar controllers are cheap and easy to find, Atari Jaguar Pro Controllers are insanely rare and expensive.Some other items you see, like the Hori Final Fantasy X-2 Tiny Bee Gun Controller, are heavily inflated because they're one of the only FF weapons with an irl model making them heavily sought after by cosplayers. Older items that saw limited releases, such as Bally Astrocade and GCE Vectrex controllers, can be just slightly harder to find but are still reasonably priced. They were only harder for me to find because I was really picky about the condition they were in I think. ulao is able to feed me firmware with test codes so that despite living thousands of miles away from one another, we're still able to test each controller and get it working if it isn't already. As time permits I'll be grinding through them to give them a permanent home on Bliss-Box's sweet compatibility list.
  18. Sorry I've been unable to reply of late. Currently stuck in Resolute Bay awaiting weather enroute. The KS vid is live on YouTube now though to match that accompanying the KS, Hope everyone enjoys it!
  19. Actually, sorry, I misinterpreted what you were saying. Yes, the first set did include 2 Dreamcast cables but the Dreamcast natively supports up to 4 controllers. The purpose of the MEGA kits is to get the exact number of cables natively supported (without multitap) by each system while the FULL kits are a blanket 4-cable set. For crazy mofos like me wanting a set that matches the multitap capabilities of each system, it requires multiple 4-plays and kits anyways.
  20. No, SNES supports up to 4 players via multitap, so the add-on for returning customers takes them up to that threshold. Most systems beyond the earliest generations had some form of multitap capability and I believe about 50-60 SNES games feature simultaneous 3-4 player support. The kit's are designed to bring a compromize of low price and cable diversity. Keeps the cost per unit way down for us end-users and it works out fairly well if you're going after a full playset requiring multiple 4-plays. Sega Saturn is the outlier of course because haha holy crap is it multiplayer capable. That's a good point though and the parenthesis can be edited for clarification.
  21. Have another look lol there are sets containing only the new cables that weren't released last time around and complete kits including both the original cables and the expansion set. There are also "choose x cables" options, albeit for the expansion set. Side note, SNES supports up to 5 simultaneous players. Here's a rough list off the top of my head of, to the best of my knowledge, the max number of simultaneous players capable on some systems: Atari 2600 - 2 with normal controllers, 4 with split paddle controllers Atari 5200 - 4 players Atari Jaguar - 4 players Bally Astrocade - 4 players Commodore Amiga CD32 - 4 players Mattel Intellivision - 4 players NEC PC Engine / NEC Turbo-Grafx 16 - 5 players Nintendo Entertainment System - 4 players Panasonic 3DO - 6 players Sega Genesis/32X/CD - 4 players Sega Dreamcast - 4 players Sega Master System - 4 players Sega Saturn - 10 players!!! (12 players if you count homebrew!) Sony PlayStation / PlayStation 2 - 8 players Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System - 5 players The Bliss-Box kit loadouts are built the way they are to minimize costs for all users, but there are reasons to grab more than the minimum for the enthusiasts out there. ulao even had a Saturn Bomberman party to take 10p 4-play for a spin.
  22. Very pumped for this. I'll be giving out a 4-play starter kit to a randomly selected subscriber as well. Really hope the KS is a huge success and the new secret product is a real doozy!
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