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MidgetMan666: Well I did a thing for Diablo + Hellfire because sadly I didn't like any of the covers on offer and I think someone would like it:
Diablo + Hellfire
I think, I can speak for all when I say: new styles are always welcome :)
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MidgetMan666: Well I did a thing for Diablo + Hellfire because sadly I didn't like any of the covers on offer and I think someone would like it:
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Oddeus: I think, I can speak for all when I say: new styles are always welcome :)
What he said...
Greetings,
is someone going to make a cover for Wolfenstein: The Two Pack ? :-)
Post edited February 20, 2020 by Wolf555
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MidgetMan666: Well I did a thing for Diablo + Hellfire because sadly I didn't like any of the covers on offer and I think someone would like it:
Diablo + Hellfire
Love the purple and the font choice
BTW I have done a few others now (working on all my GOG Covers to match Eventually...)
Advent Rising
Alan Wake
Alien Breed/Tower Assault
Project Highrise
What size case do you all use for these covers?
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0ttman: What size case do you all use for these covers?
The covers were originally designed for the "Standard" DVD cases with the clear plastic outer layer. The issue was/is that the exact dimensions can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. There is a small grey band at the top and bottom of most covers to allow for trim-to-fit situations. The posted cover dimensions are smaller than is required so you would need to find the printing instructions as you need to enlarge the cover image during the printing process.

Here is a link to my very, very, very outdated printing instructions which may give you a good starting point.
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/unofficial_dvd_covers_for_gog_com_games/post733

Here is a link to the old cases which I do not post a a recommendation but only as an example. There are other brands at the bottom of the page as well.
https://www.amazon.com/Maxtek-Standard-Black-Single-Sleeve/dp/B00GMSSUBK/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=dvd+plastic+case&qid=1582989876&s=electronics&sr=1-6

I stopped storing my games on DVD's several years ago and recommend you get a good external hard drive for that purpose also. I just save the covers with my game files as a way to remember the original game box cover. I try to stay as close as possible to the original cover but that's not always possible.

Hope this helps??
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Red_153D: Firek: This post is now outdated and contains some broken links. Please go here for an up-to-date list of covers.:
http://www.gog.com/en/forum/general/unofficial_dvd_covers_for_gog_com_games/post953

Hello. Since users are complaining about lack of DVD covers for games bought on GOG.com, I decided to create some. It takes some time to make one, so expect more later.
Hope you'll like them. Feel free to post comments and suggestions.

OTHER USERS' CONTRIBUTION LIST (maintained by Thiev)

ORIGINAL LIST OF COVERS (made by Red_153D)
- 54 in total:
- 1NSANE
- Arx Fatalis
- Beneath a Steel Sky
- Beyond Divinity
- Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror
- Broken Sword III: The Sleeping Dragon
- Cannon Fodder
- Castles + Castles 2
- Conquest of the New World
- DarkStar One
- Disciples II GOLD
- Disciples: Sacred Lands GOLD
- Divine Divinity
- Empire Earth: Gold Edition
- Fallout
- Fallout 2
- Fallout Tactics
- Freespace + Expansion
- Giants: Citizen Kabuto
- Gothic
- I.G.I. 2: Covert Strike
- Invictus: In the Shadow of Olympus
- Jagged Alliance
- Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games
- Jagged Alliance 2
- Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business
- Kingdom: The Far Reaches
- Lure of the Temptress
- MDK
- MDK 2
- Messiah
- Mobile Forces
- Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
- Oddworld: Abe's Exodus
- Original War
- Panzer Elite Special Edition
- Port Royale
- Port Royale 2
- Redneck Rampage Collection
- Restaurant Empire
- Sacrifice
- Shattered Steel
- Shogo: Mobile Armor Division
- Simon the Sorcerer
- Simon the Sorcerer 2
- Simon the Sorcerer 3D
- Stonekeep
- Teenagent
- The Feeble Files
- The Manhole: Masterpiece Edition
- The Nations Gold Edition
- Unreal Tournament 2004 ECE
- Unreal Tournament GOTY
- Waxworks

HOW TO PRINT
Here you'll find out how to print these DVD covers using Microsoft Paint.

a) LETTER size paper
Open the program and load up your cover file (PNG). Go to File -> Page Setup. Make sure that the paper size is set to Letter. Change the orientation to "Landscape", change left and right margins to 4 millimeters (0,15 inches), change top and bottom margins to 17,5 millimeters (0,68 inches), change scaling to "Fix to: 1 by 1 page(s)" and press OK. You can now print the cover.

b) A4 size paper
Open the program and load up your cover file (PNG). Go to File -> Page Setup. Make sure that the paper size is set to A4. Change the orientation to "Landscape", change all margins to 13 millimeters (0,51 inches), change scaling to "Fix to: 1 by 1 page(s)" and press OK. You can now print the cover.

Remember that the best quality can only be obtained using special paper.

PREVIEW
Fallout Tactics cover demonstration: IMAGE 1, IMAGE 2 , IMAGE 3

Legal stuff:
All logos and product names used in the above works are trademarks of their respective owners.
Not for commercial use.
Thanks bro
is there a new updated list?
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Hideko1994: is there a new updated list?
Since ALL links in the above post lead to the ImageShack site your best bet would be the GOG Covers site. (Thiev stopped maintaining that list several years ago BTW.)

GOG Covers - http://www.gogcovers.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

For about ten years the best image site for me has been CubeUpload https://cubeupload.com/

Just saying . . .

Edit: Link to the old DVD cover list - https://www.gog.com/forum/general_archive/unofficial_dvd_covers_list
They were moved to Google docs but I don't have that link now
Post edited March 03, 2020 by Stuff
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Hideko1994: is there a new updated list?
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Stuff: Since ALL links in the above post lead to the ImageShack site your best bet would be the GOG Covers site. (Thiev stopped maintaining that list several years ago BTW.)

GOG Covers - http://www.gogcovers.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

For about ten years the best image site for me has been CubeUpload https://cubeupload.com/

Just saying . . .

Edit: Link to the old DVD cover list - https://www.gog.com/forum/general_archive/unofficial_dvd_covers_list
They were moved to Google docs but I don't have that link now
thanks
The "old DVD cover list"-document on Google Docs does not eixist anymore..
The Deadly Tower of Monsters:
http://www.gogcovers.com/images/6/63/Deadly_Tower_cover.jpg

Divine Divinity:
http://www.gogcovers.com/images/c/c6/Divine_Divinity_cover.jpg

Deep Sky Derelicts:
http://www.gogcovers.com/images/2/2a/Deep_Sky_Derelicts_cover.jpg

Crimsonland:
http://www.gogcovers.com/images/d/db/Crimsonland_cover.jpg

Tower of Time:
http://www.gogcovers.com/images/5/59/Tower_of_Time_cover.jpg
Post edited Yesterday by Oddeus
UnderRail - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/UnderRail.jpg

UnderRail + UnderRail: Expedition - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/UnderRailUnderRailEx.jpg

Dark Quest 1 & 2
A - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/DarkQuest12A.jpg
B - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/DarkQuest12B.jpg

RimWorld
A - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/RimWorldA.jpg
B - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/RimWorldB.jpg

RimWorld + Royalty
A - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/RimWorldRoyaltyA.jpg
B - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/RimWorldRoyaltyB.jpg - (Fixed: second ship visible removed)

Mordheim: City Of The Damned - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/MordheimCityDamned.jpg

Farmer's Dynasty - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/FarmersDynasty.jpg

Far Cry 2: Fortune's Edition - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/FarCry2FortunesEditi.jpg

They Are Billions - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/TheyAreBillions.jpg

XCOM 2 - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/XCOM2.jpg

XCOM 2 Collection - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/XCom2Collection.jpg]

Panzer Corps 2 - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/PanzerCorps2.jpg

Star Wolves 2
A - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/StarWolves2A.jpg
B - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/StarWolves2B.jpg

Star Wolves 3: Civil War - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/StarWolves3CivilWar.jpg

Heaven's Vault - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/HeavensVault.jpg

Still There - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/StillThere.jpg

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York Deluxe Edition - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/VampireMasqueradeCot.jpg

Iron Danger - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/IronDanger.jpg

Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/AraFellEnhancedEditi.jpg

Might and Magic 9 - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/c4bMightAndMagic9.jpg

Dawn Of Man - http://u.cubeupload.com/Stuff/DawnOfMan.jpg
Post edited 3 days ago by Stuff
I know the title says "Unofficial DVD Covers" but has anyone considered making CD Jewel Case inserts?

I like the idea of big decorative DVDs of my favourite games on my shelf, but there are also a fair number of games I just want backups of but don't really need them to take up a lot of shelf space, but I would still like them to be presentable on my shelf.
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maddNeal: . . .
Speaking only for myself I lost count of the covers I've made at a little over 1,300. With time being an issue . . . going back an remaking a CD version of each is not something I would look forward to. I try to keep the exact original cover image editing only the stickers and logos for the developer/distributor due to one or both changing over the years since the current GOG release. I can then replace those logos, add GOG's, with the current dev/dist logos. I considered keeping the original dev/dist logos but felt that was not fair to the devs/dist releasing games on GOG today. Since the CD covers are smaller that would mean editing a larger area of the finished image which can be very noticeable depending on the original image quality. Finding high quality images can be difficult even for newer games.

I did make one CD cover on request and found it difficult to add much info to the cover due to the small size. I ended up just using the original front and back cover image which meant double the image editing/repair. I appreciate your desire to have CD covers but I myself cannot commit to making new/old CD covers. Sorry.

With external storage being very affordable I would suggest you get a good quality external for your actual backups. That's just my way of backing up my games for some time and no dis on using CD/DVD's if that is your preference. I store game covers with my game files just to have game info and an image of the front covers I spent so much time looking at back in the day.

Other folks may be willing to take on the challenge. =)