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I decided to open a own thread for the "StudioVision" artworks, might it will gain a little more attention in this way as when i post the stuff in decle's "StudioVision" thread http://atariage.com/forums/topic/260554-studiovision-an-rca-studio-ii-emulator-for-the-intellivision/ It has grown a lot because i wasn't satisfied with my first versions which was based on the original box art of the "RCA Studio II" cartridges. When i started to write the manual and quiz booklets for "TV Schoolhouse I" i used first downloaded cliparts, but i felt it won't be good and started to create own cliparts for this manual. Cause the result was pleasing me i started to create alternative series of "Box Front Images" for "StudioVision". A lot of work for this tard you might think, but i like the "Studio II" games, i'm aware i can play them as well emulated using i.e. "Emma O2". But i have to state and it's no joke they are better to play "emulated - emulated" as with "Emma O2". However, the manuals are especially created for "decle presents StudioVision" and reflect the controls as if you would use a Intellivision, but they can also be used for the original games, since they are quite lightweighted and especially the "TV Schoolhouse I - Quiz Booklets" are designed to print them out. For the recent release of manuals and box fronts i used only "RCA Studio II", "Intellivision" and own artwork, the few screenshots from "Pioneer Space Sim" and "NFS4" are based on own models which i either converted (Corvette '67 - custom SportsCarGT, Tie-Fighter - SW-XWA), build from scratch (X-Wing, scripted geometry) or are 100% my own creations ("Hullcutter" on "SpaceWar C" and the Pilot on the "Space Pilots Guild" label. For "SV600B - Blackjack" obviousely i used the "Visicom - Blackjack" box art. You might feel it's funny to have a manual for a virtual demo cartridge, it's just for completeness, there isn't much to explain. Also i've OCR'ed and edited the full description for the "programmable cartridge", there won't be much use for it i guess, also for completeness and to have as a clean publishing. let's have a look at the complete 39 box fronts, which also reflect the artwork for the icons and the title page for the manuals. The icons are ment if you like to run JZIntv using batch files, there is also i icon for each manual (i'm slowly adding these manual icons also to the rest of Intellivision games). Example: Click on the program icon to view the "Box Front Image". That's quite a cool image for this game: You can use either the quite large box fronts or the icons to assign them to your batch files, if you don't use large icons and a very high screen resolution i recommend to use the icons. Click on the icon for the manual to open the manual. If you're interested you can download the zipped folders or browse the repo and download only what you like. Browse (read or download) Manuals Download all Manuals Browse Box Front Images Download all Box Front Images Browse Icons (GIF) Download all Icons (GIF) Download all Icons (ICO)