using full iso's at the moment and ye it could be big. I figured put the top 50 games within the launcher and i have fitted a "boot CD32" button so you can run original or backup cd's from your DVD drive
A guide is better but a basic explanation for me is.....First you need a workbench hdf..I use a 30 meg one i made with enough room for the game, apps etc you will need....I have one workbench HDF all set up for JOTD installers etc and Dir opus.
I add the workbench HDF to Winuae so it boots to workbench....I also add a dir from my desktop ( Called Stuff for example ) which will contain the game i want to create....
So when workbench boots i get the ram icon...system icon and a "stuff" icon containing the game
I then use opus to copy the game files to the startup directory....reboot workbench and the game starts rename the HDF to the game...ie Robocop ....then start again with a fresh workbench so always keep a copy to replace the game you just made.....Downside is all my HDF's are 30 meg
That really is a basic description as most times you have to install the game first then copy the files over...You need to delete all the Readme's etc or workbench will pause to read them etc and maybe a bit of jiggery pokery sometimes to get them to work....and each config maybe different...Roms... Ram etc There are probably easier ways but im pretty comfortable doing it this way.