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ChoroQ works

by snout on 28-03-2005, 15:54
Topic: MSX Related

On May 26th, Takara Toys is to release a new ChoroQ game. Although the game is quite different from ChoroQ for MSX, its graphics are still quite recognizable.

Moai-Tech webzine #1

by snout on 27-03-2005, 23:25
Topic: Websites

Announced in November 2004, Moai-Tech have just release the very first edition of their new MSX Webzine in English and Spanish on their website. The webzine contains reviews, columns, fair reports and more...

MSX emulation poll down, MSX T-Shirt poll up

by snout on 27-03-2005, 17:53
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

We have just closed down the poll in which we asked our visitors: Which is your favorite MSX emulator?

100 newsposts within one month

by snout on 27-03-2005, 17:35
Topic: MRC

Yup, you have read it correctly: another MRC milestone. For the first time in history no less than 100 newsposts were posted within one single month, making March 2005 the most active MSX News month on the MRC ever.

Hi-Tech hippies and Commission by MAD

by snout on 27-03-2005, 17:22
Topic: Music

The Japanese composer MAD has once again released several new compositions at the same time, two of which are in MSX style, using PSG, SCC and OPLL (MSX-MUSIC) sounds. Commission is a re-arrangement of a song from a PC-Engine game, while Hi-Tech hippies is a cover of the Yellow Magic Orchestra.

MSXPró - Updates

by snout on 27-03-2005, 17:15
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian MSX website MSXPRó has recently been updated, adding several new contents to its website such as Expert Cinza/DDplus service manuals, Dossie Expert 3 (a FAQ on the Expert 3), CodEprom (a bit inverter for EPROM burning) and much more.

Xanadu Next for Nokia N-Gage

by snout on 27-03-2005, 17:02
Topic: MSX Related

Falcom and Nokia are going to release Xanadu Next for N-Gage in the US on April 11th. This game is a follow-up to the RPG Xanadu, which was released on MSX as well.

RedMSX 1.4

by snout on 27-03-2005, 16:37
Topic: Emulation

SLotman of MSX Files released a new version of RedMSX, the MSX emulator based on one of the first versions of blueMSX.

Sunrise have released version 2.40 of the driver for their IDE and Compact-Flash interfaces. As of this version the interface can be used on MSX1 as well.

MSX.bas - A new website on MSX BASIC

by snout on 26-03-2005, 01:49
Topic: Websites

A new website completely dedicated to developing software in MSX-BASIC has recently been launched. On this website, called MSX.bas you can find news, a forum, a faq and several downloadable MSX-BASIC listings. A link to this site has been added to our links section.

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