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ransom1122 02 July 2019 13:30

Colossal 256GB by Ransom [RELEASED]
 
[C-O-L-O-S-S-A-L 2-5-6-G-B] by Ransom
For Raspberry Pi3/A/B/B+


It has been four months in the making, the image has a completely new way of playing Retro Gaming presented in a Dark Medieval art theme, whilst being spellbound by the audio.

I am no stranger to Retro Gaming and I'm sure you will enjoy this new image I have built for Raspberry Pi completely Solo.

40,000 Game count with endless amount of time to enjoy, explore and experience.

I am proud to present:

[C-O-L-O-S-S-A-L 2-5-6-G-B] The Experience

[FEATURES]

- 62 Themed Emluation Station Categories which consist of...
- Amiga - 2,792
- Amiga WHDLoad Demo's - 826
- Amstrad - 2,412
- Apple II - 897
- Arcade - 1,606
- Atari 2600 - 2,194
- Atari 5200 - 99
- Atari 7800 - 60
- Atari 800 - 193
- Atari Lynx - 83
- Atari ST - 3,118
- Commodore 64 - 10,113
- Commodore 64 Demo Scene - 939
- Commodore VIC 20 - 527
- Commodore 128 - 37
- Commodore Plus/4 - 370
- ColecoVision - 139
- Daphne - 3
- Dreamcast - 21
- Game & Watch - 54
- Game Gear 269
- Game Boy - 489
- Game Boy Advance - 1,070
- Game Boy Color - 591
- Intellivision - 118
- Sega Master System - 294
- Sega Megadrive - 1,394
- Sega Megadrive Mini (US) - 42
- Sega Megadrive Mini (JAP) - 42
- Sega Megadrive Mini (EUR) - 47
- MSX - 1,202
- Nintendo 64 - 34
- NeoGeo - 140
- Nintendo Entertainment System - 1,657
- NeoGeo Pocket Color - 82
- PC Engine - 456
- PC Engine CD - 118
- Sony PSP - 43
- Playstation 1 - 300
- SCUMMVM - 120
- Sega 32X - 37
- Sega CD - 134
- SG-1000 - 68
- SuperGrafx - 5
- Super Nintendo - 1,728
- Super Nintendo CD - 40
- Vectrex - 27
- Videopac - 75
- Virtual Boy - 52
- WonderSwan - 116
- WonderSwan Color - 92
- Sharp X68000 - 182
- ZX Spectrum - 1,831
- Sinclair ZX 81 - 622
- Amiga Utilities - 3
- Amiga Classics - 178
- Arcade Classics - 40
- C64 Mini - 64
- Ransom's Favourites - 100
- Epic Collection - 581
- Nes Classic Edition - 30
- SNES Mini - 20

[NOTES]

- I have added over 1,000 LibRetro Cheats. You can apply any of these cheats within RetroArch. For Example Hexen - PSX, You will be able to have Unlimited Energy and Waapons etc etc

- Added Customized Medieval Themed Overlays for games which don;t have Preset Overlays,

- All SCUMMVM games are all in English.... Also any older Keyboard only requiring ScummVM game, please launch with +Start SCUMMVM and boot from GUI.

[INSTALLATION]

- I have used a "Green" 256gb Samsung Class 3 Micro Card to build this image. I recommend using only a Samsung branded Micro Card for this image. I cannot garantuee it will work on any other brand. You have been warned.

- Plug into any Pi3A/B/B+ and Enjoy

- PS3 / PS4 Controllers Pre Configured.

[HELP]

- If you have any issues with this image, feel free to post problems on my discord channel https://discord.gg/xD98XvH

- This image is not compatible with Pi4

[Extra]

- I do not and will not make any donations and or profit with this image. This is something I do in my down time and just willing to share for free.

- I do not and will not make any donations and or profits with Youtube, Discord or any other sneaky means of making money vie the Internet.

- "40,000 Games is Ridiculous!?!?!? There is no way you will play these in a life time..." - Yeah I know, then grab a smaller image made by people who monetize.

- "You have heaps of double ups and a lot of missing art?!?!" Double ups are not double ups, press select on a game in ES and it will show you the filename. Art?!?! 40K Games, would take 10 yrs to create arts, so this was never on my agenda.

- "Download speed is too slow?!?!?" - Well then either 1. Wait till more seeders hit or 2. Move onto something else with your life.

- Got a complaint about the image? Tell someone who cares...

Otherwise, sit back, Relax and Enjoy....

vulture 02 July 2019 14:09

Awesome, awesome, awesome!

2 questions:
1. do you have mp3 mods playing like the previous images?
2. any space left on the sd after writing the image?

Thx!

voxel 02 July 2019 14:38

"Invitation invalid" seems there is a problem with your discord link ?


Btw, Thanks for this ^^)

ransom1122 02 July 2019 14:45

Try this

https://discord.gg/xD98XvH

ransom1122 02 July 2019 14:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by vulture (Post 1330236)
Awesome, awesome, awesome!

2 questions:
1. do you have mp3 mods playing like the previous images?
2. any space left on the sd after writing the image?

Thx!


1. Yes, not game related
2. No, 1.1gb free.

vulture 03 July 2019 14:59

thx Ransom! :)

Rochabian 03 July 2019 21:24

Thanks Ransom

I really appreciate your work :)

Your Amiga image was fine too.

Leandro Jardim 04 July 2019 01:30

Sorry if this is off-topic, but are there some similar games library for Windows PC? I don't have a Raspberry Pi and I was looking for only the best games of the classic systems for me to play on my notebook! Something like 256GB and 40,000 games seems sufficient for me. :confused

ransom1122 04 July 2019 03:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leandro Jardim (Post 1330546)
Sorry if this is off-topic, but are there some similar games library for Windows PC? I don't have a Raspberry Pi and I was looking for only the best games of the classic systems for me to play on my notebook! Something like 256GB and 40,000 games seems sufficient for me. :confused

CoinOps cfw4+ or Coinops Arcadia

Google is your friend.

Leandro Jardim 04 July 2019 04:57

Thanks, I think that I found it! ;)

But it's only me that thinks it is so bad there are so few options for Windows x86? There is some reason why nobody come with an idea to create a RetroArch game collection for Windows x86 similar to Ransom's one?

While that doesn't seem to happen, I think I will continue creating my own game library. Patience...

ransom1122 04 July 2019 05:39

Join the CoinOps Project discord channel. I'm sure they'll have answers for you.

Leandro Jardim 04 July 2019 06:15

Thanks again, very gentle! And sorry for hijacking your thread, I only did this because you guys are very nice with everyone that want to chat. ;)

enzoboss 10 July 2019 11:35

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Great job.I also have something similar. I didn't add the mini consoles, Daphne, Sharp, Dreamcast, PC Engine CD, Sega CD and C128, Vic20 and CPlus4. In my Micro SD 400gb there are 640 PS1 games, DOS games, FB Games and others in total are 31291. PS1 and Amiga games have custom covers.

ransom1122 10 July 2019 13:04

Very nice, shared anywhere?

Seiya 10 July 2019 14:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leandro Jardim (Post 1330565)
Thanks, I think that I found it! ;)

But it's only me that thinks it is so bad there are so few options for Windows x86? There is some reason why nobody come with an idea to create a RetroArch game collection for Windows x86 similar to Ransom's one?
.

for Windows there is GameBase that have any Computers, Consoles and handled systems for any dreams. With gamebase now i think you can have 50/60.000 or more games

ransom1122 10 July 2019 15:01

Windows environments are very different to raspberry pi

enzoboss 11 July 2019 08:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by ransom1122 (Post 1331728)
Very nice, shared anywhere?

It's difficult, time is never enough. However, it is still not complete, I have only entered 700 amiga hdf's games (and you know how many we have), and I have to include custom covers.

ransom1122 11 July 2019 08:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by enzoboss (Post 1331896)
It's difficult, time is never enough. However, it is still not complete, I have only entered 700 amiga hdf's games (and you know how many we have), and I have to include custom covers.

I understand. Once I finish updating all my HDF's I will be adding them into Project Ultimate Amiga v3 ;)

mjnurney 28 July 2019 23:37

can this be updated to the pi4?

Sandancer 29 July 2019 01:43

Awesome ransom1122 downloading it now. I just need a sd card to fit it on :). Thank you


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