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  1. Version 2.0

    179 downloads

    This is a pack of 91 hard to find and English translated titles which were made from the same template as SNES 3D Box Art Complete (HL 1.4) 1.4 by Styphelus. Enjoy!
  2. This is my ICade mod using USB encoder for the joystick and buttons with a Dell micro PC in the back end with USB volume knob. Powered by Windows 10, Hyper-Spin, and Rocket-Launcher with Atari 2600, MAME, Nintendo Entertainment System, and Sega Genesis emulators and roms set up. The display is a 4:3 8 inch Neewar monitor which I purchased off of Amazon. I have acrylic glass behind my wooden bezel which I drilled out holes for monitor buttons in both the bezel and glass. All artwork was created by me in Photoshop and printed on adhesive vinyl. The marquee was made with the same acrylic glass and has an 8 inch LED glass enclosure with remote made for small fish aquariums I purchased off of Amazon as well. All wood paneling is MDF material and was cut and drilled via a Black and Decker drill with spade bits and a small Dremel band saw. I mostly used gorilla glue to piece everything together. I used Behr Marquee 2 in 1 primer and paint to paint the MDF material. The Hyper-Spin intro video was created by me using open source and free program Open Shot Video Editing. It took me roughly 2 months to complete from start to finish in between work and my family lol. I am so glad I did it though I am so pleased and happy with the outcome. A match made in Heaven! MY favorite band KISS (original members) and my favorite hobby retro arcade. I absolutely love it! Link to Videos KISS Arcade Boot UP (Short) KISS Arcade Boot Up (Long) KISS Arcade In Action (Wrestle-Fest by Technos)
  3. Version 1.0.1

    76 downloads

    Letters for Game & Watch.
  4. Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    Fade pour le système Nintendo Satellaview (BS Snes) A mettre dans le dossier Rocketlauncher\Media\Fade
  5. Version 2.0.1

    37 downloads

    hi i have put together a database for the Nintendo 3DS (eshop) I have no media except for the 3D boxart created by robin55 which is awesome If anyone could create any media for hyperspin like themes or wheel art it would be massively appreciated It has been updated to v2 with a lot of changes as i was made aware of what needed to be done(big thankyou) it wont be perfect but it should be better than before also if anyone can do this properly then feel free as i have limited knowledge,information and brain power lol
  6. Version 5.2

    248 downloads

    New Update February 21, 2019 Version 5.2 Added some improvements and synchronized well for database All Optimized Images. 46/5000
  7. Version 5.2

    1,735 downloads

    New Update February 21, 2019 Version 5.2 Added new cover and have improved many
  8. Version 5.2

    635 downloads

    New Update February 21, 2019 Version 5.2 Changes from the previous version: New games added (20): Dragon Ball Z II - Gekishin Freeza!! (Japan) (Translated En) Fighting Road (Japan) (Translated En) Ganbare Goemon Gaiden 2 - Tenka no Zaihou (Japan) (Translated En) God Slayer - Haruka Tenkuu no Sonata (Japan) (Translated En) Gu Mu Li Ying (China) (Unl) (Translated En) Huang Di (Asia) (Unl) (Translated En) Idol Hakkenden (Japan) (Translated En) Jajamaru Ninpou Chou (Japan) (Translated En) Lipple Island (Japan) (Translated En) Metal Max (Japan) (Translated En) Metal Slader Glory (Japan) (Translated En) Outlanders (Japan) (Translated En) RPG Jinsei Game (Japan) (Translated En) Sanma no Mei Tantei (Japan) (Translated En) Space Hunter (Japan) (Translated En) SD Gundam - Gachapon Senshi 2 - Capsule Senki (Japan) (Translated En) Space Hunter (Japan) (Translated En) SWAT - Special Weapons and Tactics (Japan) (Translated En) Darkseed (China) (Unl) Magic Block (Asia) (Unl) New Games update translations and revisions (18): Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (Japan) (Translated En) Chaos World (Japan) (Translated En) Chik Bik Ji Jin - Saam Gwok Ji (Asia) (Unl) (Translated En) Final Fantasy VII (China) (Unl) (Translated En) Getsufuu Maden (Japan) (Translated En) Kouryuu Densetsu Villgust Gaiden (Japan) (Translated En) Last Armageddon (Japan) (Translated En) Legend of Zelda, The - San Shen Zhi Li (China) (Unl) (Translated En) Minelvaton Saga - Ragon no Fukkatsu (Japan) (Translated En) Moero TwinBee - Cinnamon Hakase o Sukue! (Japan) (Translated En) Ninja-kun - Ashura no Shou (Japan) (Translated En) Ninja-kun - Majou no Bouken (Japan) (Translated En) Sherlock Holmes - Hakushaku Reijou Yuukai Jiken (Japan) (Translated En) Takahashi Meijin no Bouken-jima IV (Japan) (Translated En) Wai Wai World (Japan) (Translated En) Wai Wai World 2 - SOS!! Paseri Jou (Japan) (Translated En) Final Fight 3 (China) (Unl) Mortal Kombat II (China) (Unl) New Genre "Spanish" "Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past (China) (Unl)" renamed to "Legend of Zelda, The - San Shen Zhi Li (China) (Unl)" "Legend of Zelda, The - Links Awakening (China) (Unl)" renamed to "Legend of Zelda, The - Feng Yin Dao (China) (Unl)" "Tomb Raider (China) (Unl)" renowned to "Gu Mu Li Ying (China) (Unl)" Correction of some details of "Genres" thanks to the user dbuenrollo All Game Full: Contains all Famicom games to date, both regions of Japan, China and Asia in general. Contains Japanese versions for example "Super Mario 3 (Japan)" and all those coming to USA but in Japanese. It also includes "bootleg" Games like "Super Mario World (China)" but in version 8 bit. In total it 1778 games (Ver. 5.2). (To see all the videos in this genre, in addition to adding the videos of Famicom must be added all videos of the NES version, without renaming, as they take each of these as "clone"). All Game: Unlike "All Game Full" does not include clones or Japanese versions of USA. Priority is given to the "Translated En". It's the standard genre. In Total contains 886 games (Ver. 5.2). Nintendo Famicom: Same as "All Game", genre by default. Essential: Same as "All game" or "Nintendo Famicom" but only contains the games in English or translated into this, or games with a minimum of Japanese text perfectly playable. Do not inclue the "bootleg". It is the genre more similar to the official version. Contains 464 games (Ver. 5.2). Essential Special: Same as "Essential" but with the novelty that the description is renamed every game to English. for example "Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (Japan) (Translated En)" Renamed in the description "I'am Kid Dracula (Japan) (Translated En)" or "Chuuka Taisen (Japan) (Translated En)" as "Cloud Master (Japan) (Translated En)". Also incorporated some games that came to USA with another name, but in Japan are the originals. For example added "Gegege no Kitarou - Youkai Daimakyou (Japan) (Translated En)" That in the USA is "Ninja Kid (USA)", In the description will come out as "Spooky Kitaro - In the Yokai World (Japan) (Translated En)" In Total contains 471 games (Ver. 5.2). (Personally it's my favorite genre)
  9. Nintendo 3DS (eshop) View File hi i have put together a database for the Nintendo 3DS (eshop) I have no media except for the 3D boxart created by robin55 which is awesome If anyone could create any media for hyperspin like themes or wheel art it would be massively appreciated Submitter AK45 Submitted 08/27/2019 Category Databases (XML) Credits  
  10. Version 1.0.0

    1,334 downloads

    This pack took more time that what I planned, but I am very happy with the final result! It has the entire USA set, plus PAL region locked games, plus Protos, plus Unreleased. The cart shapes, colors, and stickers are 100% accurate as the original games Thanks to @Yeuxkes for the SFC cart template I used as base for the PAL ones Enjoy! PS. Because of an issue there is when uploading files here related to its size, I had to split it into 9 parts (to not surpass the 100MB limit). This means that you will need all the parts downloaded before trying to extract the content from part 1. Once the issue is resolved I will reupload it in just one part or a couple.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    261 downloads

    Credit goes to Tonesmalone, chex, and Retro Goonie. Special thanks goes to Kondorito for already having box art for the entire database - that made my job a lot easier. Game names were not changed at all - if you were already using the development thread database, switching to this one should not break anything, and you will get the benefit of improved meta data. I have taken the development thread [Official] database, and done the following 1. Corrected errors in the <manufacturer> field. I am primarily concerned with the name reflecting what is written on the box - and I tried to be as accurate as possible. So if one game uses the typical 'Taito' logo, but another one uses 'Taito Corporation,' I entered the data accordingly. Sometimes there is no logo, and I had to use the small print on the back of a box or the cartridge. And some cases, I had to use the title screen. I tried to give respect to any situations where there were multiple names on the box. In that situation, I entered the data in the format of developer/publisher, or in some cases, developer 1/developer 2/publisher. 2. Re-added two games that were taken out of HyperList - Super Mario Bros (25 Anniversary Edition) (Japan) and Super Maruo (Japan) (Unl) (Translated En). Super Maruo has the enabled="0" feature activated, and if you want it in your collection, you will have to manually alter the database and either change it to enabled="1" or delete it, so that it it is the same as the other entries. It is not just an 'adult' game, it is also pornographic and vulgar. It should be in the list, simply because it exists - but it's also trash in every sense of the word. 3. Changed the Shufflepuck Cafe rating back to HSRS - GA. This game is harmless. There were rumors back in the Amiga days that the scantily clad female would flash you but they are bogus as far as I can tell. And I personally played the Famicom version - there's no nudity. 4. Added 4 new games. Downtown - Nekketsu Koushinkyoku - Soreyuke Daiundoukai (Japan) (Translated En) Gimmick! (Japan) (Translated En) USA Ice Hockey in FC (Japan) Venus Senki (Japan) (Translated En) USA Ice Hockey is not a translation obviously, but any Japanese game with 'USA' in the title fascinates me. I've included a genres.zip download, that includes custom manufacturer genres for every single developer/publisher, years, ratings (even though Super Maruo is the only 'Adult' game), and two custom genres - Translations, and Sports Complete. That about covers it. If you have any suggestions/improvements to offer, please visit the following thread:
  12. Version 1.0.0

    138 downloads

    This is a small project I set out to do for my own personal library that I wanted to share with the community (hence the size). This came about from my frustration of not being able to find a lot of coverage for some of my favorite famicom games since understandably its nearly impossible to find decent images to work with. It contains a collection of japanese famicoms boxes as well as some custom western boxes, so I split them into two parts. The JAPAN BOX PACK contains 21 original and custom boxes. The USA BOX PACK contains 24 original and custom boxes. These box packs should be used for anyone who wishes to cover some of their famicom games or the Japanese translated versions of the Western games (e.g. Gun-Dec vs Vice: Project Doom) and wanted a separate box for each version. This is by no means meant to be a completely ACCURATE box pack, but a fun pack of sorts. Special thanks to Kondorito for going above and beyond helping me with this project. This site honestly has the best user support I've experienced. Feel free to comment or message me if you have any questions and whatnot, I might start a topic for this if I plan on taking this project further. Hope you guys enjoy.
  13. Version 1.0.0

    236 downloads

    Bezel for Nintendo 64 (16:9) N64 .png files .ini files SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color Bezel
  14. Version 1.0.1

    715 downloads

    I wanted to make this set since a long time (not only because I loved how we ended up doing the SNES real 3d box pack with SupraKarma, but because currently there is no standing 3d box pack with real spines for the Nintendo 64). This set contains all the USA releases, plus the Europe region locked ones. The majority of the scans and spines were grabbed from Nintandbox.net (awesome site for printing real Nintendo game boxes), the rest were grabbed from ebay sales and other Google sites. When no proper images were found for spines, I had to make them from scratch. Because of the type of sources, the size of the boxes ended up enormous Huge thanks to @SupraKarma, @adamg and @wallmachine for the Nintandbox source scrapping; it was a tedious job, so I really appreciate your help on that. To everybody downloading this pack; bear in mind it is a "real" set; this means that the front and side covers are not pristine, pure B&W with perfect coloring. This set was made with real box scans; some are in better conditions than others. The idea of this is to have a set that could somehow tell a story, that you could relate to, and feel the boxes coming to life. I know it is not for everybody, but since I made it for me, I wanted to share it Enjoy!
  15. Version 1.0.3

    1,260 downloads

    Hey guys! For this set I reviewed all the current content in HS plus some other sites, as I wanted to be as faithful as possible to the original NES boxes, specially with the spines. The main stuff I am utilizing is from @slagram69 and from @Wally Wonka (Thank you guys for your amazing work!). I applied a custom 3d box template for this pack (similar to the Famicom one I did) for the Wally Wonka 2D covers set (and I removed the NES spine logos they all had), and another different template for slagram69's boxes, as those were already 3d, but I modified them to my own taste. In this pack you will find all the games that I have in my set, so expect licensed, unlicensed and protos. Cheers!
  16. Version 1.0.0

    1,676 downloads

    This project along the Famicom clear logos one were the most intensive ones I have ever done, but still, it was a pleasure to make as the NES has a very special place in my heart and each cart I made brought me awesome memories. The entire set is 100% accurate to the original games (you will have grey, gold, green, blue, red, special, prototypes, unreleased; all types of carts made from real photos). There are some variations I made for some carts (as some games had more than one release/version). These are located in the Extras folder and labeled with an ALT/ALT2 at the end of their filenames. Surf around as maybe you find an ALT version you like more than the original one. Be aware though that I did not put too much effort on the alternate versions, so you might find low res stickers in there. The total pack goes over 1,000 carts! A special Thank You goes to: @juniorunderground for some of the FHD stickers I worked with @Wally Wonka for the special carts base pack @Aorin for the legendary task of scavenging HQ images for the latest badge! I put all my love into its making, so I hope you like it PS. Because of an issue there is when uploading files here related to its size, I had to split it into several parts (to not surpass the 100MB limit). This means that you will need all the parts downloaded before trying to extract the content from part 1. Once the issue is resolved I will reupload it in just one part or a couple.
  17. Version 1.1

    370 downloads

    Huge thanks to @Dubbloseven and @jcm9800 for the original FDS pack they created, as I based this one from theirs. Specifics of this pack: There are a lot of games that were originally released without any artwork (just a disk sticker and transparent box, or even without any box). For those, I took the creative liberty of making the covers, and 6 of those were created by the user lobdale. I made two types of boxes according to their original art; regular (can see the disk from outside) and full size (covers the entire box). I have also made the boxes depending on the color of the disks (disks that were originally yellow, green, white or blue; if the case shows the disk, it will show the correct color). Comments, likes and constructive suggestions are always welcome! If you have a game that is not present in the set, let me know Enjoy the pack Kondorito
  18. Version 1.0.0

    19 downloads

    Hi, i create this main wheel for the NINTENDO FAMICOM CLASSIC MINI SYSTEM
  19. Version 1.1

    609 downloads

    I did some work on this database a while go, and I had big plans - I was going to have a 'players' field, a 'developer' field, and all kinds of other stuff. But I've scrapped that, because HyperSpin in it's current state can't even utilize any of these fields. Instead, I've opted to create custom XMLs. At the moment, I have a 'Two Players' and 'Multiplayer' XML finished - and they are quite accurate, as I compiled the data directly from the backs of the boxes, that clearlly state how many players the game has. Please note that this is for *english games only*. I found the Japanese games too frustrating to navigate menus, and I don't like compiling data from 3rd party sources, so that's that. Otherwise, hyphens have been replaced with colons in the description field. The manufacturer field now accurately reflects the name of the publisher. It makes no sense to have the name of some obscure, uncredited developer as the name in the description, when we have nice box arts that clearly tell you who published the game. The publisher should be the standard for all console/handheld systems, at least in this version of HyperSpin. An alternative of course is to put both - developer/publisher - and that's always an option. But at the least, the publisher should always be there. Prior to my work, this database was very flawed in respect to the manufacturer field. Sometimes the developer was used, sometimes the publisher was used, sometimes the data was completely wrong. Special thanks goes to JSinn for having a complete set of box backs for me to use to compile the data for the two player and multiplayer XMLs. If you'd like to contribute to GameCube database development, please visit the following thread.
  20. Version 1.0.0

    84 downloads

    I decided to make a fade screen out of the work I did for the pointer.
  21. Version 1.0.0

    35 downloads

    This is supposed to look like the Nintendo Vs. Unisystem arcade cabinet side art: I spent way too much time on this, and it didn't even turn out as good as I'd hoped, but meh. Here it is if you want it. I've included my .psd files (they're a mess) if anyone else wants to work on what I was.
  22. Version 1.0.0

    109 downloads

    Loved the Crylen framed wheel pack, but didn't like the ones for Nintendo Wii, Wii U & Wii Light Gun Games, so made basic replacements.
  23. Once upon a time, my father and I bought a multicade for his den. It was the 60 in 1 built into a Pac-Mania arcade. The guy selling it also offered us an empty cabinet he had laying around for a significant discount and we took at as well The empty cab has been sitting in our garage for years, and now that we're cleaning it out we've decided to inject some life into it and finally fix it up, What we have is an old Nintendo Unisystem (Not my actual unit, but a picture to show what I'm working with as I'm not within reach of mine at the time of this post) Our particular one has a VERY faded Mario Bros. marquee and a Donkey Kong screen overlay, as well as that annoying metal crowbar over the coin slots. I'd like to give it a DK blue paint job to match the screen; but what I would love to do is completely overhaul the control panel; six buttons on each side for fighting games. I'm thinking of making a completely new one out of wood but I"m not sure if I should keep it the same size as the old one, or bring it out a bit to add more (possibly add a trackball if I'm feeling ambitious) What do you guys reccomend? This is our first time taking on a project like this and we want to do it right On an additional note, it requires cleaning but I'd be happy to sell the old control panel to anyone interested, the buttons are worn to hell though
  24. Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    Loved the Crylen framed wheel pack, but didn't like the one for Nintendo 64, so made a replacement.
  25. Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    Loved the Crylen framed wheel pack, but didn't like the one for Nintendo 64, so made a basic replacement.
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