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Felyx hooked it up. It's a PNG and the size is off but any print shop should be able to adjust the size to standard UGC no problem. Enjoy and thanks again Felyx! This is one of the few remaining Jag UGC inserts that are missing.

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Personally I just use N64/SNES sleeves for my existing boxes, if I have cart only then I buy the insert and box on eBay and sleeve it. If I can't find a box then I use a N64 cart case instead :) never particularly expensive if you buy in bulk <3

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Nice to see other people outside of TCP enjoying these covers. I've been a big fan of casing all of my cart based games for a while now and I love seeing other people who enjoy the same thing.

 

This is a pretty crappy picture, but it was already available and I'm not at home to take a new one. But here are all of my Atari games (not including Lynx), plus a few Odyssey2 and Fairchild games.

 

It's sort of difficult to tell from the picture, but the Atari games include Jaguar, Jaguar CD, 2600, 5200, 7800 and Starpath Supercharger games.

 

 

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Nice to see other people outside of TCP enjoying these covers. I've been a big fan of casing all of my cart based games for a while now and I love seeing other people who enjoy the same thing.

 

This is a pretty crappy picture, but it was already available and I'm not at home to take a new one. But here are all of my Atari games (not including Lynx), plus a few Odyssey2 and Fairchild games.

 

It's sort of difficult to tell from the picture, but the Atari games include Jaguar, Jaguar CD, 2600, 5200, 7800 and Starpath Supercharger games.

 

 

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That is some great case/shelf porn right there!

 

I'll put one up when my new game room is set up and I have the shelf to put it all out. Right now my SNES, N64, Jaguar, 32x, Genesis, and 5200 games are all cased, as well as some XEGS games. Still need to do 2600, 7800, INTV, and NES....

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Nice I would like to see that. It took me several years, but I can say that every game that I own is in some type of case.

 

Are you going to use the Shadowfox (customgamecases.com) cases for your NES games? I've been very happy with the quality of his cases.

 

I'm using UGCs for the following:

  • Atari 2600 (including Starpath Supercharger)
  • Atari 5200 (requires modification to case)
  • Atari 7800
  • Atari Jaguar
  • Magnavox Odyssey2
  • Fairchild Channel F (requires modification to case)
  • SNES
  • N64
  • Genesis
  • 32x

 

I'm using Shadowfox's cases for the following:

  • NES (Shadowfox NES cases)
  • Master System (Shadowfox Sega cases)
  • Game Boy (Shadowfox GB cases)
  • Game Boy Color (Shadowfox GB cases)
  • Game Boy Advance (Shadowfox GB cases)
  • Game Gear (ShadowfoxGB cases) (requires modification to case)
  • Lynx (Shadowfox GB cases)
  • Neo Geo Pocket Color (Shadowfox GB cases)
  • Neo Geo X (Shadowfox GB cases)

I could have used his Sega cases for my Genesis stuff, but they were already complete before those cases came out. Also, his SNES cases will be here soon, but I'm not sure if I'm going to change mine or not since they are already complete and cased.

 

Pretty much everything else I own is in it's original case (like my disc based games or DS, 3DS or Vita stuff). The only exceptions are my Sega CD, Saturn and Jaguar CD games which are all in DVD cases with custom artwork.

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I was bored and studying the logo of CJ's game so I made a cover for a hard case. It needs a lot of work, especially the back panel but hey it's a start

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I was bored and studying the logo of CJ's game so I made a cover for a hard case. It needs a lot of work, especially the back panel but hey it's a start

 

It needs burning in a fire, that's what it needs.

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It needs burning in a fire, that's what it needs.

Chill man I was just bored and trying to take my mind off some things. I was also looking at your logo and I really admire it. No need to get all fussy for nothing.

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Chill man I was just bored and trying to take my mind off some things. I was also looking at your logo and I really admire it. No need to get all fussy for nothing.

 

That's OK.

 

Looking for forward to seeing your new game. You can do some amazing stuff with RAPTOR, it unlocks the power of the GPU and the DSP all from a friendly API, and coupled with basic, in rB+ makes it incredibly flexible for first timers coming to the hardware.

 

You'll be able to knock up a game from something as trivial and simplistic as a lights out clone (A good programming tutorial for very elementary coders to try and make before trying something a bit more challenging) or all the way up to psuedo 3D a-la-Sparodic's NotOutrun clone, all happily humming along at a sweet 60fps.

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We are still going through all of your tutorials. As I have said elsewhere the way the Jaguar draws in game graphics and handles basic gameplay functions is pretty clear cut and dry. I am just having trouble with resource management and sound. I still have yet to see anything in the tutorials about how to delegate sounds to the DSP chip. But maybe I just haven't gotten that far yet. Its a shame you scrapped Invaderoids and didn't include it in a how to type tutorial. THAT would really be useful here..... or lets just say it would have been useful last week. (But then there is still the sound thing....)

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I was bored and studying the logo of CJ's game so I made a cover for a hard case. It needs a lot of work, especially the back panel but hey it's a start

 

This would look just fine on a shelf and some cover is better than no cover for people who use UGC's, so thank you!

 

Anyone who wants to improve upon this is welcome to, but getting someone to actually do a TCP level cover is pretty challenging (trust me I ask and get rebuffed all the time, lol.)

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I think an issue is that if you look at video of the final version of the game, a lot of the RB in game (and otherwise) visuals have changed, hence the cover is already 'out of date'.

An issue with a number of the home made covers I've seen has been the mishmash of resolutions for cover art assets. If one prints using a decent high quality laser printer and paper this will (may) be noticeable.

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I went on ahead and made that UGC for Rebooteroids and I must say it looks pretty good with the other UGCs I also had made for my other "special" Jaguar games. My custom labels look pretty good too, although they are not perfect at least i now have a little practice for when I make the labels for Neon Centipedez and my other secret game. :)

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