Themes

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The theme selector in JummBox 2.6.
The theme selector in JummBox 2.6

Themes are a way of personalizing BeepBox through the use of color paletes. The ability to change the theme can be found in the Preferences Menu. Many mods of BeepBox include a pop-up menu to select a theme.

The History of Themes

Themes, a feature introduced in ModBox 2.2.0 at the time being known as the color slider, and since then has been largely expanded. Soon after ModBox 2.2 came ModBox 3.0.0 which finally coined the name Themes with its early iterations of themes. Later in 2020, BeepBox 3.0.6 adapted the feature with the BeepBox Light Theme, then finally JummBox 2.2 added the modern iterations of themes used in BeepBox Mods such as PaandorasBox, UltraBox, Dogebox2, and AbyssBox, to name a few.

Later, the mod WeebBox (a fork of JummBox) introduced the feature known as "Custom Themes", which enabled anyone to create their own themes, and it allowed anyone to use a custom image as a background for the website and the Pattern Editor. This feature was later added to UltraBox then vastly expanded upon in AbyssBox, which has a simplified version of the custom theme prompt. It included a built in Custom Theme Editor which allowed for custom themes to be easily modified without using a text editor to change the css.

How Themes Work

Themes, or Color Themes in its current form, are a ModBox 3.0.0 feature which changes the appearance of the website by changing the color of every element to a set value in a list of themes, these values can be either Hex Values (i.e #fff, #000c0f), RGB Values (i.e rgb(255,255,255)), and many others that web browsers support. All (BeepBox and JummBox forks) themes are contained in a file called ColorConfig.ts, With the exception being mods made with ModBox since color themes are handled in synth.ts instead. In ModBox and its forks, each theme came with an "advanced" mode as part of the Advanced Color Theme preference. In JummBox and its forks, themes use their own channel colors obtained via hueshifting instead of direct hex values.

The code for Themes is written in css, a style sheet language commonly used to change the appearance of websites made in .html files. All of the colors are typically handled in a element titled "root {}", all BeepBox and JummBox forks use this method to create its themes. Some themes have interesting appearances that drastically change the entire websites appearance. Azur Lane (UltraBox), Frutiger Aero [1] (AbyssBox), and Skeuomorphic/Early 2000's (Custom Theme Sheet) are great examples of this.

For those who want to make their own themes, a list of every variable you can use with details on what they do can be found here.

List of themes

BeepBox

  • Dark Theme / BeepBox Dark - The default color palette for BeepBox, appearing in every BeepBox Mod since its creation. Black, dark grays, bronze root note, blue fifth, and the four original blue-yellow-orange-grey channels.
  • Light Theme / BeepBox Light - Added in BeepBox 3.0.6, BeepBox Light is the only other theme in vanilla BeepBox. It decreases the saturation of every channel and brightens up all other colors. The black background is changed to a moderate lavender color.
  • BeepBox Competition - Originating from the competition version of BeepBox, this changes the colors of the buttons and the root note into more of a rustic brown. Outside of that though, all colors are mostly the same.

BeepBox Mod Defaults

  • Sandbox - Originating from Sandbox, it only changes the colors of the channels. Its default four are a blue, greenish-yellow, pink, and light grey.
  • Haileybox[1] - Originating in Haileybox, it changes the pitch channels to various turquoise shades and the noise channel to red. This theme is notable for not having a "dim" note color.
  • BruceBox - Originating in BruceBox, it changes the colors of first two channels to yellow and purple. Alongside this, the background is a light blue and all text is in Comic Sans MS.
  • NerdBox[1] - Originating in NerdBox, it changes the four default channels to a green, turquoise, blue, and a dark bluish grey.
  • ZefBox - Originating in ZefBox, this theme gives the pattern editor a rustic scheme, and the three default pitch channels are green, blue, yellow. In ZefBox only, the theme loops the final channel color, leading to a huge wall of just orange pitch channels and blue drum channels.
  • CardboardBox - Originating in CardboardBox, it gives the pattern editor a brownish color scheme, reminiscent of a cardboard box. The default four channels are now a sand green, two oranges, and blue.
  • Dogebox / Dogebox1[1] - Originating in Dogebox, it mainly paints the page with a blue brush. The first two pitch channels are now a yellow and purple, while the first drum is a blue.
  • BluBox[1] - Originating in BluBox, this theme paints most parts with a blue color palette.
  • Wackybox - Originating in Wackybox, Its essentially the BeepBox dark theme, but it features a custom mouse consisting of a shocked emoji Adobe asset by Tigatelu. Hovering over certain links changes the mouse to look like a yellow toad from the Mario Series.[2] It also has a hot dog that changes height and width when clicked on and a very dark red background.
  • WeebBox - Originating in WeebBox, this theme is basically JummBox Dark, but it features a picture of Hatsune Miku by artist コマ as its background.
  • MicroBox - Originating in MicroBox, it changes the pattern editor colors to be a darkish red, with a deep green and yellow for the root and fifth notes. The buttons are a dull green.
  • Paandora's Box / PaandorasBox - Originating in Paandora's Box, it gives the page a sort of orange-red hue. The fifths are all blue, while the default four channel colors are similar to NerdBox's, with the noise channel being a green instead.
  • FoxBox - Originating in FoxBox, A theme with a light blue background and a black editor background.
  • Midbox - Originating in Midbox, Similar in appearance to BluBox, this theme is lighter and features the default JummBox channel colors.
  • Dogebox2 - This theme is nothing like Dogebox1's theme. Featuring a darker color palette and reddish orange tonics, This theme is much more notable than Dogebox1's theme.
  • Nepbox[1] - The root note is a now the BeepBox Purple, while the fifths are red. All the text is now a turquoise, while the first three pitch channel colors are changed to a pink, red, and blue.[3]
    • The Advanced version changes the background of the pattern editor to be a dark blue.
  • BoxBeep Dark - This theme is an inverted version of the BeepBox light theme.
  • BirdBox Dark - This theme is completely pitch black, you cannot see anything.

Singular Themes

  • TodBox Dark Mode - Similar in concept to Dogebox1's Way too Dark theme, this theme changes most of the colors to be very dark grays.
  • Dogebox "Way too Dark"[4][5] - Technically this isn't a real theme, the code for this theme does not exist resulting in everything being black (From the looks of it, this is intentional). The only things that aren't are the black piano key, page and UI text, alongside most UI elements. The only reason why this is here because the "Way to dark" Theme preference in DogeBox says so.
  • Laffey[6] - This theme is similar to Nepbox, with the changes being tonic being a light purple color. Available in Nepbox.
    • The Advanced version changes the Nepbox gray to a cobalt blue.
  • BoxBeep Light - This theme is an inverted version of the BeepBox Dark theme.
  • BirdBox Light - This theme has its brightness filter set to 2000, though visually nothing changes when you set the brightness filter higher than 20.

ModBox

  • ModBox / Default - The default color palette used in ModBox, stylistically it's very similar to BeepBox Dark, but with the addition of new channel colors.[7]
  • ModBox 2.0[4][5] - An updated version of ModBox Default, now sporting a much more green color palette. Changes include the tonic, the scrollbar, and the loop bar.
  • Artic[4][5] - Similar in design to ModBox 2.0, with the difference being the color palette sporting a much more light blue to whitish appearance. Makes the same changes as ModBox 2.0.
  • Cinnamon Roll[4][5] - Similar in design to ModBox 2.0, with the difference being the color palette sporting a much more Yellowish Orange appearance.
    • Makes the same changes as ModBox 2.0. This theme is based on a BeepBox-esque software of the same name.
    • The Advanced version reverses the channel colors of Cinnamon Roll, where the tonic is gray and the pitch background is Yellowish Orange.
  • Ocean[4][5] - This theme changes the color Palette to be a deep blue.
  • Rainbow[4][5] - This theme changes the color Palette to be similar to the rainbow.
    • Advanced changes the pitch background colors to be the colors of the rainbow from top to bottom (though the order is incorrect).
  • Float[4][5] - This theme takes more of a whitish appearance.
    • Advanced turns the pitch background colors to be a gradient which decreases in whiteness the farther you go up.
  • Windows[4][5] - This theme changes the color palette to be orange and yellow.[8]
  • Grassland[4][5] - This theme changes the color palette to be a dark green.
  • Dessert[4][5] - This theme changes the color palette to be a light yellow and orange.[9]
  • Kahootiest[4][5] - This theme changes the palette to include more sky blues, oranges, and hot pinks.[10]
  • Beam to the Bit[4][5][11] - This theme changes the color palette to use Blue, Red and Yellow.
    • Advanced changes the pitch background to feature yellow, blue and red strips on a darkened background (similar in appearance to laser beams).
  • Pretty Egg[4][5][12] - This theme changes the palette to feature white, light pink, and a maroon-like color.
  • Poniryoshka[4][5] - This theme features a cobalt blue, pink and purple color palette.[13]
  • Gameboy[4][5] - This theme has a Yellowish Green color palette.
    • Advanced changes the pitch background colors to look like a flat empty level in a GameBoy game.
  • Woodkid[4][5] - [REGULAR MODE PLACEHOLDER]
    • This theme uniquely features a single gray pitch background with it being surrounded by a dull red. The scrollbar is red and the tonic is white.
  • Midnight[4][5] - [REGULAR MODE PLACEHOLDER]
    • This theme changes most of the colors to be a dark gray.
  • SnedBox[4][5] - This theme is similar to ModBox default, with the added addition of a cyan pitch background on the third white key above the tonic. This theme is clearly meant to be based on SandBox.
  • Unnamed[4][5] - This theme changes the pitch background to be a banana yellow and the tonic to be a dark gray.
  • Piano[4][5] - This is similar to ModBox Default with the addition of a white tonic.
    • This theme changes the pitch background colors to be similar to the adjacent piano keys (Black backgrounds are next to black keys, White Backgrounds are next to White Keys).
  • Halloween[4][5] - The regular version is this but with gray pitch backgrounds between the tonic and the fifth note.
    • In advanced mode, this theme sports an orange pitch background reminiscent of a pumpkins colors.
  • Frozen Over[4][5] - The regular version is like Halloween's regular version.
    • In advanced mode, it changes the pitch background colors to be a gradient turning from pure white to a pleasant baby blue.

ShitBox

  • ShitBox 1.0 / Default[14][15] - This theme changes the background to be gray and the font to be monospace.
  • ShitBox[4][5] - This theme is just the ModBox 2.0 theme but with a different name, with the added background colors ShitBox normally provides.
  • Realm[4][5] - This theme makes everything that can be purple, purple. Just purple.
  • ShitBox 2.0 - This theme paints ShitBox with reddish hues and the pitch channels are mainly warmer red and yellow colors.
  • ShitBox 3.0 - Like ShitBox 1.0, This theme changes the background to be gray and the font to be monospace. The biggest difference is instead of ModBox channel colors, it uses BeepBox's.
  • shitbox4 - Like ShitBox 3.0, This theme changes the background to be gray and the font to be monospace. The most notable difference is that it changes the appearance of the website to match ShitBox 3.0 on purpose.

JummBox

  • JummBox Dark - This theme sports several variations of purple, one of its most interesting features is its channel colors seeing as many themes use these colors as a base.
  • Forest - This theme sports a mostly green color palette changing everything to be a form of green with the exception being the channel colors featuring blue, green, purple and yellow.
  • Canyon - This theme sports a mostly red color palette. Similar to the Forest theme with the exception being the palette is mostly red instead of green.
  • Midnight - This theme is similar in nature to ModBox's Midnight if it isn't a direct port of the theme. The channel colors are darker and the primary three are dark blue, Indigo, and purple.
  • Beachcombing - This theme is similar to Forest but the main color palette is blue with the exception of the tonic which is pink.
  • Violet Verdant - This theme is similar to Beachcombing but it's more indigo than blue with the exception being the tonic which is colored like the BeepBox logo's purple.
  • Sunset - This theme is a dark gray with a dull purple color for the tonic.
  • Autumn - This theme is similar to Sunset with the exceptions being the channel colors and the tonic being a brighter gray color. The channel colors are dull in comparison to other themes.
  • Shadowfruit - This theme is similar to Midnight but it's subtly more blue with similar pitch background colors to sunset.
  • Toxic - This theme sports a much more icky green and purple color palette reminiscent to the colors of poison and swamp water.
  • Roe - This theme has a color palette which consists of blues with the text color being notably red.
  • Moonlight - This theme is made of only blue colors.
  • Portal - This theme has a generally blue color palette with the exception being the orange tonic color. The name and colors are likely a reference to the popular PC game Portal.
  • Fusion - This theme has yellow pitch background with a red fifth note and a blue tonic. The background is a dark red and the text is similarly colored like how Roe had its text colored.
  • Inverse - This theme is a largely white color palette being one of the few JummBox light colored themes. Despite the name, this theme is not an inverted version of any theme.
  • Nebula - This theme is mostly purple and reminiscent of the night sky when the galaxy is visible.
  • Roe Light - A light version of the Roe theme. The font color is still red.
  • Energized - This theme has a dark green background with everything else being a light green like lightning.
  • Neapolitan[16] - This theme is largely a dark yellow with the highlights being a pink color.
  • Poly - This theme is similar to Midnight, but it's hard to tell the channel colors apart from themselves.
  • Blutonium - This theme is similar to previously mentioned blue themes. Despite its name, Blutonium has nothing to do with BluBox's default theme.

GoldBox

  • Gold Light [17] - A GoldBox theme which features a white background and dark blue buttons.
  • High Contrast Dark - Allan please add details

UltraBox

Nearly every theme in UltraBox includes the Wackybox hotdog.

  • Azur Lane - The first complete overhaul theme, the whole theme is entirely based on the Azur Lane mobile game. With this, it introduces a great amount of custom assets to achieve this. The editor is painted to have a blue color scheme, and the background of the editor is now a translucent black. The page background itself is the background seen in the dock of the game during its beginning years pre-overhaul of the UI. The channel colors are all changed to represent different aspects of Azur Lane, with the default four taking on the colors of the Azur Lane guild and the common rarity. Even the mod title below the song editor is changed to take on the appearance of the logo of the game[18]. The hot dog is also replaced by an image of the characters Laffey, Z23, Ayanami, and Javelin, DJ'ing while dressed to represent the BeepBox, ModBox, JummBox, Paandora's Box, and UltraBox mods. Notably, Ayanami wears a helmet clearly meant to allude to Daft Punk, whilst Laffey wears the glasses seen on the character Kamina of Gurren Lagann.
  • MainBox - Originating from MainBox, this theme gives the editor a purple glaze, and the default four are more saturated. This theme actually goes unused in TodBox as well.

AbyssBox

  • AbyssBox Classic - This theme changes the background to be animated stripes, The borders to be like My Abyss's Pause Menu textures, it changes the font to be a custom font made by choptop84, And it changes the cursor to be one made by choptop84.
  • AbyssBox Competitive - This theme is similar to the original but with the added bonus of having borders on the buttons.
  • AbyssBox Light - This theme is a light version of AbyssBox Classic with every asset being a palette swap of AbyssBox Classic's textures. This theme notably has very contrasted channel and note colors which allow for you to see them compared to the bright background.
  • AbyssBox 0.8 - A once removed theme, this theme was added in AbyssBox 1.2 as a legacy theme. Visually the theme is identical to AbyssBox Classic, but all of the custom assets for that theme were removed to match the other mods' default themes.
  • AbyssBox Piano - This theme is a "Piano Scheme" Theme, where each pitch changes color depending on the note it represents. Visually, it's most similar to AbyssBox Classic, part from its rosier appearance.
    • This theme changes the pitch background colors to be similar to the adjacent piano keys (Dark backgrounds are next to black keys, Bright Backgrounds are next to White Keys) when Advanced Color Scheme is enabled.
  • Half-Life - This theme is styled after the first Half-Life game. Using a color palette similar to the HEV suit, it also has the same font from Half-Life and it also has a picture of Gordon Freeman replacing the hotdog in the description.
  • Doom 1993 - This theme is a largely red theme styled after the first Doom Game which released in 1993. The font used is a recreation of the Doom Font minus the pixels, And the background is the sky texture used in Doom.
  • Deuteranopia - One of three colorblind themes added to increase accessibility, this theme is meant for those who have deuteranopia / deuteranomaly (Mainly green colorblindness).
  • Protanopia - One of three colorblind themes added to increase accessibility, this theme is meant for those who have protanopia / protanomaly (Mainly red colorblindness).
  • Tritanopia - One of three colorblind themes added to increase accessibility, this theme is meant for those who have tritanopia / tritanomaly (Blue/Yellow colorblindness).
  • Half-Life: Source - This theme is a joke theme that dramatically breaks the appearance of the mod. Appearance wise, it's identical to half-life minus the changed layout.
  • Windows Xp - This theme changes most if not all of the assets to match the appearance of actual Windows Xp features, All icons have been updated to be nearly exactly like how Windows Xp looks. Even the prompt borders have been updated to look like open windows from Windows Xp. This theme is notable for being one of the few themes that change almost everything about the mod in appearance.
  • Undertale - This theme was originally made as an UltraBox theme before becoming an AbyssBox theme. Neputendo made the base of the theme while choptop84 touched it up to make it more accurate to Undertale.
  • Scratch - Another overhaul theme heavily based on Scratch. This theme is a light theme that changes every color to be more reminiscent of the Scratch Editor. Every numerical input box now takes on the color of a variable, while all menus are now in the colors of a list. The oscilloscope takes upon the colors of the sound editor, the play icon is now a green flag, while the pause icon is a red stop sign. All the pitch channel colors are now the colors of the blocks on Scratch, the drums are now colors of drum sprites, and the mod channels are of the Scratch Mascots. The logo of the mod is also changed to appear like the Scratch logo.
  • Scratch Addons - Styled after the default theme used in the Scratch Addons Chrome extension, it serves as the "dark mode" version of the Scratch Theme. Other than the significant changes to making the colors darker, this also changes the pitch channel colors to be the same as the blocks seen back in Scratch 2.0.
  • Frutiger Aero - This theme changes everything that can be changed in appearance to be similar to the Frutiger Aero art style that was everywhere during the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Era. This is possibly the one theme that looks the least like BeepBox right next to the Slick theme.
  • Glyde - This theme was mostly designed by Glyde as a collaboration between him and choptop84 as a thanks for the help with Frutiger Aero.[19]
  • Terminal 2.0 (AB) - This theme is similar in concept to the Terminal theme that existed in UltraBox. In AbyssBox 1.2 the theme was updated to look darker and more accurate to the original terminal theme. Prior to 1.2 the theme was quite different from its predecessor, mostly with the color palette being brighter and more colorful.
  • Forest 2[20] - This theme is similar in color palette to JummBox's forest theme, with the difference being it's styled in a similar way to AbyssBox Classic with a more forest-like aesthetic.
  • Nebula 2[20] - This theme is similar to JummBox's Nebula theme, with the difference being it's pixel art aesthetic being modeled off of the starry sky. The background is notably animated.
  • AweebyssBox - This theme is a joke theme that combines the concept of WeebBox's anime girl background with AbyssBox Classic. But instead of Hatsune Miku, it includes an image of AbyssBox-Chan and Midbox-Chan designed by Neptendo, drawn by choptop. Notably, this theme is more similar to AbyssBox Classic 1.0 than AbyssBox Classic 1.1.
  • WeebBox (AbyssBox version) - This theme is a port of the WeebBox background image, but with the JummBox theme colors.
  • 2012 Video Tutorial - This theme purposefully makes BeepBox look like a 2012 video tutorial. The screen is intentionally blurry to match a 480p video appearance, forced into being 4:3 when the window is maximized, and has a bandicam logo on the top of the page.
  • I am on Fire - This theme is BeepBox Dark, but the screen has a fire gif playing over the entire screen. Notably, the title of the mod is changed from "AbyssBox" to "AAAA I'M ON FIRE AAA"
  • JummBox Light - This theme is very white with the other colors being mostly purple. Originally this theme is the removed JummBox Light theme from older versions of JummBox, the place Gold Light (which was the JummBox light theme) used to take was moved to its own theme.
  • BeepBox Pixel - This theme in color palette is identical to BeepBox Classic, with the added addition of pixel assets similar to AbyssBox Classic.
  • Skeuomorphic/Early 2000's - This theme was created by LeoV, then when being added to AbyssBox was added to. The color palette closely resembles the JummBox Dark color palette. With the addition of gradients and shading on many of the assets.
  • Slushie (AB) - A formerly removed theme from UltraBox, Slushie has a dark blue with the tonic being a sky blue color.
  • Slushie 2[20] - A modified version of Slushie, this theme like the other "2" themes includes pixel assets to match the aesthetic of the other pixel themes.
  • Canyon 2[20] - This theme is similar in color palette to JummBox's Canyon theme, with the difference being the orange sky background and rock-like border.
  • Ghost House - This theme is an original AbyssBox theme that matches the aesthetic of older JummBox themes. This theme was created after Ghost House 2 so then Ghost House 2 would match the other "2 themes."[20]
  • Ghost House 2[20] - This theme is a pixelated theme that takes inspiration from Super Mario Maker 2's Ghost House level theme, specifically the background of the night theme for the SMB1 style.
  • Starry Studio - This theme was created by Chuck59, the art style is inspired by older Kirby games. This is also where the name drew inspiration from.
  • Yume Nikki - This theme is a pixelated theme that takes inspiration from the game Yume Nikki. Basing its appearance off of the title screen of that game.
    • In advanced mode, this theme changes some of the pitch background colors to be darker the farther you get away from the tonic, third note, and/or fifth note.

Removed / Unused Themes

Themes that used to be in BeepBox Mods, but have since been removed.[21]

  • WeebBox (Original) - The original version of WeebBox featured cherry blossoms falling on the page. However due to the original image file being deleted from the servers it was part of, these cherry blossoms are gone.
  • Terminal (Removed) - This theme changed UltraBox's appearance to be reminiscent of a computer terminal, this theme had a custom font. You can find this in the Custom Theme Sheet.
  • UltraBox Rainbow (Removed) - This theme is similar in concept to ModBox's Rainbow theme, with the exception being everything is rainbow, not just the pitch background. You can find this in the Custom Theme Sheet.
  • Mono (Removed) - (Allan please add details)
  • AbyssBox Competitive (Old) - This version of AbyssBox Competitive was notable for being the old classic theme but more darker colors. Old versions used the original abysstype font before being switched to the modern abysstype font.
  • AbyssBox Light (Old) - This version of AbyssBox Light was a dull pastel pink that used zero custom assets.
  • Windows Xp (Old) - This theme used custom assets to make the theme look similar but not quite exactly the same as Windows Xp, This version is very different but much worse than the modern version. It can still be seen in AbyssBox 1.0.

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 This theme is heavily based on the branding of the mod developer.
  2. This yellow toad is based on the BeepBox Discord user Just a Toad, the creator of TodBox.
  3. In UltraBox, the Nepbox theme only comes in its advanced color scheme. This is due to the fact that in UltraBox the theme is actually based much more on the incarnation from when Nepbox was a ModBox 2.0 mod. Further emphasized by the fact that only four out of the twelve pitch channels make it into UltraBox.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 Unavailable in UltraBox
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 5.23 Available in AbyssBox
  6. This theme is heavily based on the Azur Lane character of the same name.
  7. In UltraBox, due to the looping cap for channel colors, the last two pitch channel colors are not included.
  8. Its assumed this theme is meant to reference Windows Systems, but no confirmation exists.
  9. Its assumed this theme is meant to be named Desert, but no confirmation exists.
  10. Its assumed this theme is meant to reference Kahoot, but no confirmation exists.
  11. This theme is based on the BeepBox Discord user known as BitBeam
  12. This theme is based on the BeepBox Discord user known as O^O, known for her Egg branding
  13. It is assumed that this theme is in reference to something with My Little Pony, however it remains unconfirmed.
  14. In UltraBox, ShitBox 1.0 and ShitBox 3.0 are combined into one theme, based mostly on ShitBox 3.0.
  15. AbyssBox 1.4 split ShitBox1.0/3.0 into separate themes.
  16. The name and likely theme is a reference to Neapolitan Ice Cream
  17. This theme in UltraBox's files takes the place of JummBox Light.
  18. In AbyssBox, the title has been edited to appear graffiti'd over
  19. This theme is entirely based on BeepBox Discord user .gg64 (or Glyde)
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 These themes are pixelated re-imaginings of previously existing themes added to AbyssBox, with the exception of Ghost House 2, which was created before Ghost House 1.
  21. Technically, every JummBox Theme (except Poly) also had an old version, as JummBox 2.5 used an odd system of hueshifting variables that would be fixed in 2.6.