NintAndBox.net is a free community library of Nintendo game boxes (cartridges type), that you can make at home in a jiffy!
All the files are provided by site members, sometimes enhanced to remove blemishes, in a resolution suitable for printing.
Boxes we don't have here are actively sought, and boxes we do but aren't yet enhanced also need your help, so go ahead and contribute to this wonderful project! Read more
When moving to NintAndBox.net, I promised that this new location would bring many new features.
Among one of them, I wanted to automate the A3 boxes downloading.
You were many to ask either by email or on the forum, it is now done.
So, when browsing box download pages, you will find not just one "Download" button, but two:
Download in A4: This button will let you download exactly the same zip file as before. Which means a zip file containing both front and back parts of the box.
Download in A3: This button will let you download a zip file containing only one image, which will allow you to print your box on a big A3 sheet. The website will copy and paste both parts automaticaly for you.
I am glad to announce that the search field, which is located at the top right corner of the screen, is up and running again.
Finally, this handy feature is back, you can now search for boxes (as well as manuals, stickers and maybe more) directly from this field.
Since we have moved, the search engine was left out. I only let the basic search, which was only performed against articles (news, documentation, etc.).
Now, when you enter one or more keywords in the search field, for instance "super mario", the search engine will look in the articles content AND in the files content.
A good way to quickly know if any nintendo box (or manual or sticker) is already on the website.
As soon as I have the time, I will also add the forum search here. For now, it is splitted in the forum header, which is good but not perfect. One thing after one other .
Manual downloads have changed a bit.
Before, you could only download a zip file containing joined pages, perfect for printing purpose.
Now you have the choice!
You can either download a zip file containing all separate pages, easier to read the manual on the screen, without the need to print it.
Or, you can still download a joined pages zip file, like before.
The change is viewable on the download screen, only for manuals.
Instead of the classic "Download" button, you will find two new buttons, see the thumbnail below.
It's over for the NES console!
All files from NpES.free.fr have been moved.
I'm continuing with the GameBoy, which will be faster because there's less files.
To all of you who asked me an access on NpES while waiting for the end of the move, please be patient, everything will be online soon on NintAndBox (and much more).
And to speed up a bit, all GameBoy manuals will be moved at the end, because it's veeeeeery annoying and long to do...
In the coming days, you will also be able to see that website's developments have resumed. A first important step for me was to restore the latest news module on the homepage, which is done now. And once all the small bugs found since the opening are fixed, I will do the games list filtering.
What an awesome week-end my friends!
RE-PLAY festival, which was held this week-end, 4th of may in Nice (France) was full of emotions, new contacts, information, and last but not least big dirty pixels!
As far as I saw, the event was a great success (about one thousand visitors, twice than last year!), so let's bet it will be held again newt year, I cross all my fingers for it.
During the festival I was pleased to present the website.
A huge thank to Eric, MediaGen's boss (ps3gen, pspgen, wiigen, androidgen, etc.) for the videos, edition, upload, etc.