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Better late than never, the MSX Resource Center brings you a photo shoot and fair report of the MSX fair in Bussum that took place on September 27th.

Snowfall demo by Sjoerd Mastijn

by snout on 18-12-2003, 18:57
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

We have just received the fifth entry to the MRC Snowfall Challenge, created by Sjoerd Mastijn of XL2S Entertainment. In this demo you can control the direction of the windflow, which is a real fun thing to do. (Pun intended).

Moonblaster Wave songs by Eric van Hezik

by snout on 18-12-2003, 18:48
Topic: Music

Today we have added several Moonblaster Wave songs to our downloads database, which now contains more than 300 freeware MSX files. The songs we have added today are all covers of well known songs, arranged by Eric van Hezik. (Thanks for sending them in, Eric!). If you would like your songs, graphics, demos, games, tools etc.

MSX Maps - Updated

by snout on 16-12-2003, 21:57
Topic: Websites

The MSX Maps website was updated with the maps of Falcom's RPG game Dragon Slayer 6 - Legend of Heroes.

JP Grobler, the developer of DSKExplorer has sent us the fourth entry to the MRC Snowfall Challenge. His demo is called Sneeu, which is Afrikaans for 'Snow'.

fMSX/S60 0.97a/b

by Latok on 16-12-2003, 15:16
Topic: Emulation

Today, Juha Riihimäki released a new version of his popular fMSX emulator for Nokia Series 60 phones, such as the Nokia N-Gage, 3650, 6600 and 7650. As of now, 2 versions of the emulator are available. The 0.97a version is optimized for Symbian 6.1 OS based phones (e.g. Nokia 3650, 7650) but also works on Symbian 7.0s OS based phones (e.g. Nokia 6600).

Maggoo's page updated

by snout on 15-12-2003, 16:58
Topic: Websites

Olivier Hustin, a.k.a. Maggoo has just updated his website, adding a software archive of IOD releases (with extra information) and a very useful Sprite Convertor. This Windows application helps MSX developers to convert parts of .GE5 pictures to sprites.

ASCII MSX Store - new lineup

by snout on 15-12-2003, 14:17
Topic: MSX Revival

On October 17th ASCII started reservations of the MSXPC and the MSX Game Reader in their ASCII MSX Store. To ensure production, at least 3000 MSX Game Readers and at least 100 MSXPC's had to be ordered. Today, the period in which people could order these devices was closed.


by snout on 13-12-2003, 19:59
Topic: Software

And yet another addition to our downloads database: AcaBOOM, a game written in BASIC by Andrea Rossetti. About a month ago, Andrea released this game running on any MSX computer with 32kB memory or more.

DSKexplorer 0.84 (download)

by snout on 13-12-2003, 19:54
Topic: MSX Related

Yesterday we reported about the release of DSKexplorer 0.84. Unfortunately the DSKexplorer website was hard to reach and contained an older version of DSKexplorer.

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