If you need the Dash Launch Cover Art, you can download that HERE. Thanks, Dutch1576 for the HI-RES Cover Art! Here is what's included in that Cover Art pack: -4 different backgrounds to choose from -2 different banners -1 cover -1 icon -2 screenshots All HI-RES for those of us with unnecessarily large HDTVs. xD A little about this new method: -Instead of having to enable patches you don't want, this automatically enables them for the duration of the Indie game. No need to have to patch the launch.ini yourself. -The "Fake LIVE" patch is disabled again once you reboot your console. -You don't have to launch Indie Games from the "retail" dash anymore. -It's pretty much as simple as point and click, enjoy! The Indie Games MUST be installed in their default install location WITH the newest XNA Update. Also, the Indie Games have to be "unlocked" with 360 Content Manager, Yaris Swap, XM360, what ever your flavor of unlockery is. How do i get Indie games you may ask? Download them from the XBL Marketplace. Then unlock the "trial" version of it and move it to your Jtag/RGH console. That simple! If you don't have LIVE, request it to be uploaded. They are pretty small. So uploaders may not mind you requesting them. Do NOT ask me to upload them in THIS thread. Your request is more than likely going to be ignored. Feel free to PM me about it though. (Any links i provide will NOT be unlocked. They will still be in their "trial" form. Do not ask me to unlock them. That is "illegal"). I'm just covering my own buttocks here. Things needed: Dashlaunch (Must be atleast 3.01.). The link i provided is Dashlaunch 3.03 (Newest at time of writing.). XNA Title Update Once you have Dashlaunch installed, copy the "Dash Launch" folder to your Jtag/RGH console's Homebrew location using the FSD (Freestyle Dash) File Manager (or FTP. It doesn't matter how you do it.). The Homebrew location may be named "Apps", Homebrew", "Programs", ect. In my case, it's named "Homebrew" So the Dash Launch folder would be installed like this, Hdd1:/Homebrew/*Dash Launch folder goes here* You have it installed in FSD's default scan location for Homebrew? Cool, press guide and go Home (restarts FSD). Let it finish scanning. Now, go to your Homebrew tab and launch Dash Launch. Wait for it to start up (should be just about instant). Click "RB" until you get to the screen that has the "Launch" option. (You can set this up to load the launcher when you click on Dash Launch in the .ini editor. It's under configuration. The last expandable tree) Click Launch and navigate to the folder directory labeled "XBLIG" (Xbox Live Indie Game). The Indie Games should be installed like so: Hdd1:/Content/0000000000000000/584E07D2/00000002/*HERE* Your games will be there! Just click and enjoy! To end one, and start another, you have to go through the whole process again, to launch another Indie Game. I do NOT authorize this tutorial to be posted anywhere else. Shouts to XPG Tutorial Team: XPG Dutch, XPG Jack, and XPG TOMO.