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I would like to share my Flashback X Deluxe USA NTSC Complete Pack (422 Games) setup with everybody!

 

There are a total of 422 retail USA NTSC games with cover art!  No homebrew, mods, or hacks here!

The all-games.ini is complete and clean.  I worked on this for 2 weeks getting information for each game personally.

Everything is accurate as possibly can be as far as I can tell.

But if you notice something wrong with any of this, please let me know so I can get this 100% accurate eventually if it isn't already.

 

Download Here

 

Game List

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3-D TIC-TAC-TOE
ADVENTURE 
ADVENTURES OF TRON 
AIR RAID 
AIR RAIDERS 
AIRLOCK 
AIR-SEA BATTLE 
ALIEN 
ALPHA BEAM WITH ERNIE 
AMIDAR 
ARMOR AMBUSH 
ARTILLERY DUEL 
ASSAULT 
ASTEROIDS 
ASTROBLAST 
ATARI VIDEO CUBE (RUBIK’S CUBE) 
ATLANTIS 
ATLANTIS II 
BACHELOR PARTY 
BACKGAMMON 
BANK HEIST 
BARNSTORMING 
BASIC MATH (FUN WITH NUMBERS) 
BASIC PROGRAMMING 
BASKETBALL
BATTLEZONE 
BEAMRIDER 
BEANY BOPPER 
BEAT ‘EM AND EAT ‘EM 
BERENSTAIN BEARS 
BERMUDA TRIANGLE 
BERZERK 
BIG BIRD’S EGG CATCH 
BLACKJACK 
BLUE PRINT 
BMX AIRMASTER 
BOING 
BOWLING 
BOXING 
BRAIN GAMES 
BREAKOUT 
BRIDGE 
BUCK ROGERS: PLANET OF ZOOM 
BUGS 
BUMP ‘N JUMP 
BUMPER BASH 
BURGERTIME 
BURNING DESIRE 
CAKEWALK 
CALIFORNIA GAMES 
CANYON BOMBER 
CARNIVAL 
CASINO 
CENTIPEDE 
CHALLENGE 
CHALLENGE OF NEXAR 
CHAMPIONSHIP SOCCER (PELE’S SOCCER) 
CHASE THE CHUCK WAGON 
CHECKERS 
CHINA SYNDROME 
CHOPPER COMMAND 
CHUCK NORRIS SUPERKICKS 
CIRCUS ATARI 
COCONUTS 
CODEBREAKER 
COMBAT 
COMMANDO 
COMMANDO RAID 
COMMUNIST MUTANTS FROM OUTER SPACE 
CONGO BONGO 
COOKIE MONSTER CRUNCH 
COSMIC ARK 
COSMIC COMMUTER 
COSMIC CORRIDOR 
COSMIC CREEPS 
COSMIC SWARM 
CRACKPOTS 
CRASH DIVE 
CRAZY CLIMBER 
CROSS FORCE 
CROSSBOW 
CRUISE MISSILE 
CRYPTS OF CHAOS 
CRYSTAL CASTLES 
CUSTER’S REVENGE 
DARK CAVERN 
DARK CHAMBERS 
DEADLY DUCK 
DEATH TRAP 
DECATHLON 
DEFENDER 
DEMOLITION HERBY 
DEMON ATTACK 
DEMONS TO DIAMONDS 
DESERT FALCON 
DICE PUZZLE 
DIG DUG 
DISHASTER 
DODGE ‘EM 
DOLPHIN 
DONKEY KONG 
DONKEY KONG JUNIOR 
DOUBLE DRAGON 
DOUBLE DUNK 
DRAGONFIRE 
DRAGONSTOMPER 
DRAGSTER 
E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL 
EARTH DIES SCREAMING 
EGGOMANIA 
ELI’S LADDER 
ENCOUNTER AT L5 
ENDURO 
ENTOMBED 
ESCAPE FROM THE MINDMASTER (LABYRINTH) 
ESPIAL 
EXTRA TERRESTRIALS 
FANTASTIC VOYAGE 
FAST EDDIE 
FAST FOOD 
FATHOM 
FINAL APPROACH 
FIRE FIGHTER 
FIRE FLY 
FIREBALL 
FISHING DERBY 
FLAG CAPTURE 
FLASH GORDON 
FOOTBALL 
FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER 
FREEWAY 
FROGGER 
FROGGER II: THREEEDEEP 
FROGGER, THE OFFICIAL 
FROGS AND FLIES 
FRONT LINE 
FROSTBITE 
G.I. JOE - COBRA STRIKE 
GALAXIAN 
GAME OF CONCENTRATION (HUNT & SCORE) 
GAMMA-ATTACK 
GANGSTER ALLEY 
GAS HOG 
GAUNTLET 
GHOST MANOR 
GHOSTBUSTERS 
GIGOLO 
GLACIER PATROL 
GLIB 
GOLF 
GOPHER 
GORF 
GRAND PRIX 
GRAVITAR 
GREAT ESCAPE 
GREMLINS 
GUARDIAN 
GYRUSS 
H.E.R.O. 
HALLOWEEN 
HANGMAN 
HAUNTED HOUSE 
HOME RUN 
HUMAN CANNONBALL 
I WANT MY MOMMY 
ICE HOCKEY 
IKARI WARRIORS 
INDY 500 
INFILTRATE 
INTERNATIONAL SOCCER 
JAMES BOND 007 
JAWBREAKER 
JOURNEY ESCAPE 
JOUST 
JR. PAC-MAN
JUNGLE FEVER
JUNGLE HUNT 
KABOOM 
KANGAROO 
KARATE 
KEYSTONE KAPERS 
KILLER SATELLITES 
KING KONG 
KNIGHT ON THE TOWN 
KOOL AID MAN 
KRULL 
KUNG FU MASTER 
LASER BLAST 
LASER GATES 
LOCK ‘N CHASE 
LONDON BLITZ 
LOST LUGGAGE 
M*A*S*H* 
M.A.D. 
MAGICARD 
MALAGAI 
MANGIA 
MARAUDER 
MARINE WARS 
MARIO BROS. 
MASTER BUILDER 
MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE - HE-MAN 
MATH GRAN PRIX 
MAZE CRAZE 
MEGA FORCE 
MEGAMANIA 
MIDNIGHT MAGIC 
MILLIPEDE 
MINER 2049ER 
MINER 2049ER II 
MINES OF MINOS 
MINIATURE GOLF 
MISSILE COMMAND 
MOGUL MANIAC 
MONTEZUMA’S REVENGE 
MOON PATROL 
MOONSWEEPER 
MOTOCROSS RACER 
MOTORODEO 
MOUNTAIN KING 
MOUSE TRAP 
MR. DO 
MR. DO’S CASTLE 
MS. PAC-MAN 
MUSIC MACHINE 
NAME THIS GAME 
NIGHT DRIVER 
NO ESCAPE 
OBELIX 
OFF THE WALL 
OINK 
OMEGA RACE 
OSCAR’S TRASH RACE 
OTHELLO 
OUT OF CONTROL 
OUTLAW 
PAC-MAN 
PARTY MIX 
PENGO 
PEPSI INVADERS 
PETE ROSE BASEBALL 
PHASER PATROL 
PHOENIX 
PICNIC 
PIECE ‘O CAKE 
PIGS IN SPACE 
PITFALL 
PITFALL II LOST CAVERNS 
PLANET PATROL 
PLAQUE ATTACK 
POLARIS 
POLE POSITION 
POOYAN 
POPEYE 
PORKY’S 
PRESSURE COOKER 
PRIVATE EYE 
Q*BERT 
Q*BERT’S QUBES 
QUADRUN 
QUEST FOR QUINTANA ROO 
QUICK STEP 
RABBIT TRANSIT 
RACQUETBALL 
RADAR LOCK 
RAFT RIDER 
RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK 
RAM IT 
RAMPAGE 
REACTOR 
REALSPORTS BASEBALL 
REALSPORTS BOXING 
REALSPORTS SOCCER 
REALSPORTS TENNIS 
REALSPORTS VOLLEYBALL 
REALSPRTS FOOTBALL 
RED SEA CROSSING 
RESCUE TERRA I 
REVENGE OF THE BEEFSTEAK TOMATOES 
RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX 
RIVER PATROL 
RIVER RAID 
RIVER RAID II 
ROAD RUNNER 
ROBIN HOOD 
ROBOT TANK 
ROC N ROPE 
ROOM OF DOOM 
SEA HAWK 
SEA HUNT 
SEAMONSTER 
SEAQUEST 
SECRET QUEST 
SENTINEL 
SHARK ATTACK (LOCHJAW) 
SHOOTIN’ GALLERY 
SHUTTLE ORBITER 
SIR LANCELOT 
SKATE BOARDIN’ 
SKEET SHOOT 
SKIING 
SKY DIVER 
SKY JINX 
SKY SKIPPER 
SLOT MACHINE 
SLOT RACERS 
SMURFS RESCUE IN GARGAMEL'S CASTLE 
SMURFS SAVE THE DAY 
SNEAK ‘N PEEK 
SNOOPY AND THE RED BARON 
SOLAR FOX 
SOLAR STORM 
SOLARIS 
SORCERER 
SORCERER’S APPRENTICE 
SPACE ATTACK 
SPACE CAVERN 
SPACE INVADERS 
SPACE JOCKEY 
SPACE SHUTTLE 
SPACE WAR 
SPACECHASE 
SPACEMASTER X-7 
SPIDER FIGHTER 
SPIDER MAZ 
SPIDER-MAN 
SPIKE’S PEAK 
SPITFIRE ATTACK 
SPRINGER 
SPRINTMASTER 
SPY HUNTER 
SQUEEZE BOX 
SSSNAKE 
STAMPEDE 
STAR FOX 
STAR RAIDERS 
STAR SHIP 
STAR STRIKE 
STAR TREK: STRATEGIC OPERATIONS SIMULATOR 
STAR VOYAGER 
STAR WARS JEDI ARENA 
STAR WARS RETURN OF THE JEDI 
STAR WARS THE ARCADE CAME 
STAR WARS THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK 
STARGATE (DEFENDER II)
STARGUNNER 
STARMASTER 
STEEPLECHASE 
STELLAR TRACK 
STRATEGY X 
STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 
STREET RACER 
STRONGHOLD 
STUNTMAN 
SUB SCAN 
SUBMARINE COMMANDER 
SUBTERRANEA 
SUICIDE MISSION 
SUMMER GAMES 
SUPER BASEBALL 
SUPER BREAKOUT 
SUPER CHALLENGE BASEBALL 
SUPER CHALLENGE FOOTBALL 
SUPER COBRA 
SUPER FOOTBALL 
SUPERMAN 
SURROUND 
SURVIVAL ISLAND 
SURVIVAL RUN 
SWORD OF SAROS 
SWORDQUEST EARTHWORLD 
SWORDQUEST FIREWORLD 
SWORDQUEST WATERWORLD 
TAC-SCAN 
TANKS BUT NO TANKS 
TAPEWORM 
TAPPER 
TAX AVOIDERS 
TAZ  
TENNIS 
TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 
THRESHOLD 
THUNDERGROUND 
TIME PILOT 
TIME WARP 
TITLE MATCH PRO WRESTLING 
TOMARC THE BARBARIAN 
TOMCAT: THE F-14 FLIGHT SIMULATOR 
TOOTH PROTECTORS 
TOWERING INFERNO 
TRACK & FIELD 
TRICK SHOT 
TRON: DEADLY DISCS 
TUNNEL RUNNER 
TURMOIL 
TUTANKHAM 
UNIVERSAL CHAOS 
UP ‘N DOWN 
VANGUARD 
VENTURE 
VIDEO CHECKERS 
VIDEO CHESS 
VIDEO JOGGER 
VIDEO LIFE 
VIDEO OLYMPICS 
VIDEO PINBALL 
VIDEO REFLEX 
VULTURE ATTACK 
WABBIT 
WALL BALL 
WALL DEFENDER 
WARLORDS 
WARPLOCK 
WINTER GAMES 
WIZARD OF WOR 
WORD ZAPPER 
WORM WAR I 
XENOPHOBE 
X-MAN 
YAR’S REVENGE 
ZAXXON 
Z-TACK

 

Enjoy!

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added game list in spoiler
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MrFister, If its okay with you, your pack looks solid. I'm just going to port the who thing over to its own category on the new set up.

Then I have to go through and just remove the 422 real games from my pack to build the HB category.

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Do what you please with it, that's why it is there.

I appreciate all the hard work you are doing to figure all this out.

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i noticed that some of the XXX games are missing from the set. are they not real releases, or clones? I thought maybe they were double ender carts like the chuck norris game.

I feel like 80's Brad and RocketFan did all the hard work. I'm just doing the tedious, boring stuff and junk.

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What xxx games are you talking about?  I didn't realize there were some missing.

I found a list of retail games that I went by, and tried to correct what I could.  I gathered game info and what not from 4 different sources.

 

 

 

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The so-called “sex video games” for the Atari 2600 aren’t very good, and some are offensive for other reasons like the goal of raping a Native American woman.

 

You can safely ignore them.

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2 minutes ago, MrZarniwoop said:

The so-called “sex video games” for the Atari 2600 aren’t very good, and some are offensive for other reasons like the goal of raping a Native American woman.

 

You can safely ignore them.

I will be the judge of what I decide to use and not use, but thank you for your 1 sided insight!

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you had asked for feedback, and I'm no atari expert... um.. bachlerette party, lady in waiting, westward ho, general re-treat, philly flasher, cathouse blues, etc. you can see on the box art of some of the retail games it list those as a "2-in-one game".

and I'm still not entirely sure how Party Mix works? is it three carts in one box? there are 3 different roms, right? 

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I was thinking there would be an excess of adult games in a set from someone calling themselves mr. fister. 

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1 hour ago, Draxxon said:

you had asked for feedback, and I'm no atari expert... um.. westward ho, general re-treat, philly flasher, etc. you can see on the box art of some of the retail games is list those as a "2-in-one game".

and I'm still not entirely sure how Party Mix works? is it three carts in one box? there are 3 different roms, right? 

I will look those up and add them if they are indeed retail.

As far as Party Mix is concerned, I didn't try that game to see if it worked.  But I do know it is a supercharger cassette game and needs the unit. Other than that I am not sure.

ThanX for the heads up on what is missing!

 

Edit* 

I took a look and Westward Ho General Retreat is a PAL formatted Europe game and which my list is NTSC USA retail.

I am working on a world retail (English Only) pack which is not yet finished which those are added.

I did however miss Cathouse blues and Philly Flasher from the NTSC USA Pack!  I will def add those.

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Cool! Yeah, like I said, I'm no expert. Just noticed them, I was trying to get the Homebrew set down due to load time on the new set up and moved them. The sets could def be broke down further to "clones", "Pal", "Imports", etc. but I get lost there are so many. Thanks again for your help. LOL, sorry for drawing all the heat on this thread by bringing them up. Ha Ha. I just wanted a smaller Homebrew section, lmmfao, could care less about Custer's Revenge, hahahhaha.


I wasnt thinking NTSC, sorry, just real and homebrew. Your pack takes about 4 secs to load with the new carousel~folders set up. homebrew section takes about 9 secs, and its only about ~100 games more. thats how this all started lol.


And, I didn't change any of your naming conventions on the new pack, you can bring over your ini file from this pack and everything will work. I did change Artillery Duel and Alpha Beam w/ Ernie's Box art though. Feel free to use anything I put out there to create and release your own packs, You did a damn good job.

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8 hours ago, Rodney Hester said:

Is this gone from Google Drive now?

It's back up now

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V1HPmSAxbdakeYRkGuPxGRsI7Varo2tu/view?usp=sharing

 

Also I am in the midst of updating this pack as we speak.

I Fixed numerous covers to the retail box art.

Fixed a lot of bad cover art.

Also it fixes all double ended games for each game has it's own cover.

Also in the next release will have a complete set of bezels to match each game.

 

You can download this or wait another day or two for the updated version.

 

 

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AFBX Deluxe (AR3060s) 0.1.9 CFW Complete NTSC Library with Covers and Bezels

(also 1.2Ghz Overclock available for Download)

I introduce my 0.1.9 Custom Firmware for the Atari Flashback X Deluxe.
This is the most Complete Atari 2600 Retail NTSC library (424 Games) with Covers and Bezels for the Atari Flashback X Deluxe.
The Atari 2600 Bezels included with this firmware were borrowed from The Bezel Project Here, altered and resized to correct aspect ratio by me.

 

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Features:

  • Compatible with Atari Flashback X Standard Edition and Deluxe Edition.
  • Abilty to dump and backup the stock roms and theme to usb drive.
  • Ability to run own roms and themes from usb drive.
  • Complete Atari 2600 NTSC Retail Library. (424 Games)
  • Covers and Bezels for each Game.

 

 

Bezel Preview:

 

Centipede_a26.b.thumb.png.2fa55382605459883d7667fa2aa99041.png     Frogger2600_a26.b.thumb.png.f345a5844cf211f6efbb4e8431db09d6.png

 

Pac-Man_a26.b.thumb.png.c15f2038c5ed1e6bea5244d333811ab8.png     Pitfall_a26.b.thumb.png.19540c6d390d88f66f0e662ed0bf8eb6.png

 

 

prerequisites:

  • Make sure you are on the latest official firmware. At the moment the latest official firmware is 0.1.9. You can ignore This Step if you are on 0.1.5 or higher Official Firmware Already.
  • The provided Bezels will only work with this custom firmware only.

 


Install Instructions:

  • Place the provided "atari_update.img" on the root of a fresh formatted fat32 usb drive and power on the console and follow on screen install instructions.
  • Once finished and after auto reboot, power off the console and delete the "atari_update.img" from the usb drive.
  • Now place the provided "mount_sd.ini" and "startup.sh" files and the "rom" folder onto the usb drive and place into the console.
  • Power on the console and you will now have Custom Firmware 0.1.9 Complete NTSC Library with Covers and Bezels installed and ready to go!

 

 

 

DOWNLOAD HERE

 

 

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couple questions...

 

do these core settings work?! Thats pretty cool.

[Core]
stella_filter=disabled
stella_crop_hoverscan=disabled
stella_ntsc_aspect=par
stella_pal_aspect=par
stella_palette=standard
stella_console=ntsc
stella_stereo=off
stella_phosphor=auto
stella_phosphor_blend=0
stella_paddle_joypad_sensitivity=0

 

also, didnt Rocketfan say something about a default bezel "dbezel.png" that goes in the emulator folder?

finally, what happens if you go into options and pick one of the 4 default bezels? does it break everything?

 

Super cool stuff buddy! a lot of work went into this!

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Draxxon said:

couple questions...

 

do these core settings work?! Thats pretty cool.

[Core]
stella_filter=disabled
stella_crop_hoverscan=disabled
stella_ntsc_aspect=par
stella_pal_aspect=par
stella_palette=standard
stella_console=ntsc
stella_stereo=off
stella_phosphor=auto
stella_phosphor_blend=0
stella_paddle_joypad_sensitivity=0

 

also, didnt Rocketfan say something about a default bezel "dbezel.png" that goes in the emulator folder?

finally, what happens if you go into options and pick one of the 4 default bezels? does it break everything?

 

Super cool stuff buddy! a lot of work went into this!

 

 

I haven't messed with those settings to see if they work or not to be honest.

Yes, the default bezel "dbezel.png" should be in the emulator folder.  It supplies a default bezel if one is not provided for a game.

It does break the game bezels If you do pick a bezel from the default ones, you would have to replace the path in retroplayer_ro.ini file in the emulator folder and the retroplayer.ini inside of the rom/data folder with this "BezelPath=/tmp/cbezel.png".  Currently looking for a way to disable the original bezels, or a way we can switch back and forth effortlessly.

I still forgot the 2 xxx games you mentioned that were missing "Cathouse Blues" and "Philly Flasher".  I am working on the covers and bezels for those right now.

I had to find a tv frame that was the right size for the console aspect ratio and replace what was the original one that would look right.  What a pain in the ass all those! lol

I re-mastered most of the covers too to reflect more accuracy!

 

 I may also wanna do bezels for other sets in Nexus perhaps?

 

I hope people can find some use for this.

 

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Ok cool, I havent messed with any of this and trying to catch up.

So.. you don't need a default bezel if every game actually has one, is what I'm picking up.

 

Thats kind of what I meant by "break" concerning the file path. Thats why I havent meesed with it, I figure someone is going to pick a bezel on options and its going to stop working. Also figure they wont know how to fix the path.  

 

For custom bezels, I start with a default one as a layer so I know exactly where the screen will be. The default bezels are pretty accurate as far as display area. otherwise 1280x720 IIRC. Also, Atari Vault has some pretty neat bezels, and in A.T.A.R.I. v1.0's "light fiver" theme is where I stashed all the old bezels. If you wanted to see them.

 

Cool stuff, man. Thanks for sharing.

 

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8 hours ago, MrFister said:

AFBX Deluxe (AR3060s) 0.1.9 CFW Complete NTSC Library with Covers and Bezels

That is really nice.  I love it!  Your work is really appreciated.

 

Of course, the first thing I did was built it into Draxxon's Nexus 5.0 setup on my drive as the a2600 ROM folder.  🙂

 

@Draxxon, if you are worried about someone breaking it by picking a bezel there are a couple ways you could deal with it:

1) Create a copy of the /res folder in the rom folder which is populated with bezels.  Delete the bezel images from the res folder - so it would be pretty unlikely for someone to pick one from a bunch of blank spaces.  Or maybe you can delete the other bezel related controls like the checkmark symbol and prevent selection at all (?) - would take some experiments to see if that type of approach works.

2)  We could make a make a "restore custom bezel setting" command - like the "clear recent" command. That would be fairly easy.  Then if someone screws it up, they could restore it without having to hand edit a file.

 

BTW, those extra core settings apply to Stell6.1 only , not the older Stella 3.9./Stella2014.

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If you guys want to add anything to the NEXUS its okay with me. If its new bezels for other folders or its updating the a2600 folder with this, it's fine. I imagine you guys won't want to keep adding back this pack into the NEXUS with each future release. My goal isn't to absorb every project, but I have no problem letting you two add anything you want to it at all. Keep projects separate and individual is fine too, whatever you feel is best. You would loose 3D boxes if it was a straight up swap, and there are a few "World" release titles that would have nowhere to go. Notably the 3 unique sears games, I think there are two PAL only red box games, etc.

 

As far as the "breaking" aspect, yes, that's why I haven't messed with bezels. I like the idea of a bezel restore switch in each folder. But as far as UI elements, you could remove the bezel thumbs, the rectangle selector, the check mark, but it will still say "bezel" on the screen, and you could still surely pick one blindly even w/o images. the page numbers "< 1 & 2 >" will also show, if you remove them, you'll remove them on every BG screen. I'm a fan of the switches approach.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Draxxon said:

I'm a fan of the switches approach.

Yeah, OK - your points are totally valid, and I can attest to it, because I played with that a little.  I'll work on a command.  Anyway, if someone only ever wanted a single bezel or no bezel - some folks really dislike having any bezel - then they could use the original switch to easily override the custom ones.

 

I also realized last night that I have the bezels, but screwed up the Nexus box art.  🙂  The box image resolution thing is an aspect of that too, and the whole Nexus/LFB thing!  I was planning to just copy over your box art files - but you are saying I also lost a few games...  I wasn't planning to release anything to the wild, BTW - just I really do like the bezels, I played half a dozen 2600 games I never touched before just to see what the bezel would look like!!

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Yes, when i cut the other needless folders, I had to move the games somewhere. The NTSC pack is sweet, but there are other unique retail games that are PAL, imports, Sears, etc., they had nowhere to go. :( 

I remembered the 3d vs 2d boxes, but forgot all about the box sizes. The Nexus is stuck with OG AFBX/LFB sizes because we have just come too far to go back and change it again. Remember, original images were jacked up and AtGames never fixed it until the mysterious updates that are now gone. Smaller boxes, yes, but whenever we get around to releasing the LFB Ultimate pack, you all will be glad they are the smaller sizes and compatible so you can just drop them in.

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On 2/5/2021 at 4:41 PM, Draxxon said:

and I'm still not entirely sure how Party Mix works? is it three carts in one box? there are 3 different roms, right? 

Well I figured out how party mix works...

 

Vol. 1 has just 1 game which is  "Bop a Buggy".

Vol. 2 has 2 games which are "Tug of War" and "Wizard's Keep".

Vol. 3 has 2 games which are "Down on the Line" and "Hand Car".

In order to change the games on vol. 2 and 3, you have to use the select button either on the afb controller or the console.

 

The original complete rom with all 5 games will not work correctly as you cannot switch games, thats why they were split up.

But I wish they were split up into 5 different roms though.  Not entirely sure that is feasible with how they were made according to this thread HERE.

But anyways, now I can change the titles and game info to match instead of being just a default game info.

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Mr Fister's "Flashback X Deluxe USA NTSC Complete Pack (422 Games)" is no longer available ??  Get following error: Sorry, the file you have requested does not exist.

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