For the HyperFlash32 users out there, I’ve spent some time making my own labels. I made these to meet my needs/wants. My goal was to make a set of labels heavily based on the standard US labels, have them be fairly high contrast, and easy to make out at a glance what is flashed on the cart. I’m not a pixel artist at all, and these pale in comparison to the custom art that has been made by others, especially the default set from Mumphy, but if anyone has any interest in using some/all of them – I’m sharing. They should work well on both prototype and production units. (Probably not as well on the FrankenHyperFlashes). If you do like this set and really want to see a specific game added to it, let me know and I can try to add it. I’ll post a zip with the label files here and on the Discord.
1/5/2021 Edit: Updating the preview of all the labels to date.
1/23/2021: Now that this set has been archived by PVB, you can now download the set here: https://www.virtual-boy.com/hardware/hyperflash32/images/
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Great job with these! I think they’re an awesome addition to the library of labels.
Thanks for the encouragement guys, I’m glad you think they’re worthwhile!
New zip uploaded, two new homebrew labels and a couple old labels tweaked.
Another new .zip file, now with 41 labels. The Game Boy Emulator label may get clipped by the prototype view window.
Another four labels added. This set is up to 45 labels now.
I love how they’re reminiscent of the NA labels. This is all such great work.
- This reply was modified 4 months ago by retronintendonerd.
I made more, the zip with (now) all 49 labels so far is attached as usual.
More homebrew labels added. Zip file is now up to 56 labels.
but I probably dumped mine for myself