Needed Arcade artwork
UDb23 last edited by UDb23
To create more HQ libretro overlays and launching images I need your help to find high res artwork (bezel, marquee, sideart, CPO, posters, instruction cards) for the following Arcade games:
- In the Hunt (bezel, marquee)
- Space Chaser (sideart)
- P-47 (sideart)
- Flicky (marquee)
- Galaxy Wars (bezel, marquee)
- Magical Spot (coinbox artwork, sideart)
- City Connection (eu/jp, not US)
- Nibbler: Marquee
- Time Pilot: coin box and sideart
- Toki: Marquee and sideart
These seem to be quite rare as I extensively searched the web without finding anything good. This of course includes also known sources like arcadeartwork, vectorlib and mr do's mame artwork.
Scans (>= 300 dpi) would be great. If you have access to a real arcade cab (exibitions, arcade clubs, owner) taking frontal detailed pictures would also be ok.
Another good try is googling for japanese artwork sites; would need some support from someone knowing japanese language to identify the proper keywords to search for.
lilbud last edited by
@udb23 Try checking the Launchbox DB for hq art.
@lilbud thanks; unfortunately already checked that site and most known arcade forums.
WXDFever last edited by
@UDb23 Have you checked these two sites?
Have you checked these two sites?
Yes, already checked too. These mainly provide already made overlays or game art, not the original arcade cab artwork. Still for the mentioned games no finding.
This site has decent images
@jwbmonk thanks. They do are good quality unfortunately these are Flyers, not actual artwork.
Specifically for in the hunt I do have the flyer and the logo (already vectorized it). Looking for actual machine bezel and marquee. Some marquee images are available but either low Res or reproductions ( similar but not the same as original).
I pulled up this one on the fly but i do know they have logos and stuff for a lot of games too
@jwbmonk will have a deeper look at it.
Updated the list of needed high res artwork (1st post).
Anybody out there that has any of these? Thanks.
Stuart2773 last edited by
have you tried this site?
@stuart2773 Thanks. Yes I already use this site, they have some really good scans.