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  1. You can use Don’s Hyperspin tools to merge an official database file including all the game data with your roms only list.
  2. Remember when Hyperlaunch was just one big ahk file? 😂
  3. Launchbox is terrific and very easy to set up. I would never use it without Rocketlauncher though. The default launcher is fine, but not nearly as feature rich as Rocketlauncher. I could never achieve the performance with Big Box that I could with hyperspin though. It’s always been laggy for me with large ROM collections - even with good hardware. It’s very encouraging to hear there is actually a beta version of a new hyperspin floating around out there. That’s honestly the best news I’ve heard since the infamous Avar disappearance. Hyperspin will always be my preferred frontend unless Big Box’s performance sees significant improvement.
  4. Oh crap... It looks like it’s just an issue with the os. Your hyperspin setup is probably still intact. I would install Linux on a thumb drive, boot from that, copy your hyperspin directory over to another hard drive, reinstall windows, and transfer your hyperspin directory back over.
  5. Retroarch has bezel support. I believe that’s the only way on the shield.
  6. From what I’ve heard, most GameCube and Wii games don’t run particularly well through dolphin on the shield tv. I may be wrong, but there really isn’t any android device with enough muscle to run dolphin at full speed. PC is still the way to go if you definitely have to have GameCube and Wii.
  7. My build is mostly limited to MAME and Retroarch for simplicity. Some more obscure systems and Wii emulation have dedicated emulators though. It’s just so much less of a hassle to stick with one emulator once you learn how it works and how it interacts with Rlauncher.
  8. What misunderstanding? It would be nice to know why everything went so quiet so suddenly.
  9. That's it right there. Hyperspin is worth the effort because it's so dang awesome looking. I love the ease of use of launchbox and retrox, but they just don't stack up to hyperspin when it comes to aesthetics imo.
  10. That is pretty awesome... I'm probably oversimplifying what's involved in making this work, but why don't other front ends do this as well? You could still enable support for third party emulators, but bake as many as possible right into the fe itself. Being able to control emulator functions (e.g., save states, controller setup) from directly within the fe is really cool.
  11. RetroX is really interesting. It looks like it handles all the emulation in house through retroarch cores. That really streamlines the setup and allows for way more control over how the games interact with the frontend.
  12. I'll be watching this very closely. Been hoping there would be a way to get hyperspin running on odroid since the android version was first released.
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