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Django has once more provided the world with partial translations of Japanese MSX games.

ayFX 1.1

by Unregistered user on 21-01-2009, 16:22
Topic: Development

Z80ST-Software has released a new version of their ayFX replayer for MSX.

A post on the Sega 8bit forum SMS Power revealed that Fukio "MTJ" Mitsuji, the game and character designer of Taito's Bubble Bobble, passed away last year on December 11t

MRC boss poll down, blue box poll up

by wolf_ on 17-01-2009, 15:05
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

We're more than two weeks into the year 2009 already, high time for a new poll! Prior to introducing the new poll, let's have a look at the outcome of the -less serious- MRC boss poll. After 38 votes, here is the result:

  • ..it could only be Rikusu!

It has been quiet around Bazix in the past half year. In summer 2008, they announced that they had ended their cooperation with MSX Association during a situation that still leads to debates.

Alien 8 MSX2 remake

by Guillian on 16-01-2009, 11:54
Topic: MSX Related
Tags: Remakes

Manuel Pazos (Guillian) has made an MSX2 remake of the classic game Alien 8, released by Ultimate Play the Game in 1985.

Django has once again released a partial English translation of an otherwise barely understandable game. This time it concerns the 1987 RPG Zukkoke Yajikita Onmitsudoutyuu, an MSX2 game by HAL.

ccz80 2.0.4

by wolf_ on 12-01-2009, 12:42
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

A new version of ccz80 has been released today. New in this version:

  • Fixed the evaluation of the !-operator for values of the word type
  • Added the label __end_program at the end of the generated assembler code, to locate free space in memory

MSXdev08: Deep Dungeon announced

by viejo_archivero on 10-01-2009, 11:52
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

We're facing an exciting last three weeks: will they make it or not? Will we end with a handful o' games, or will there be a gameflood in the last week? One team to enter the arena is formed out of well known persons: Arturo Ragozini (ARTRAG), John Hassink (DemonSeed) and Richard Cornelisse (huey). The entry they'll be competing with is named Deep Dungeon!

MSXdev08: #2 Bakerman

by viejo_archivero on 10-01-2009, 11:45
Topic: Software

With about 20 days remaining for the deadline, all kinds of unexpected games pop up. The latest finished MSXdev'08 entry is called: Bakerman! Andrea Gasparrini, one of the MSXdev contests regulars, made sure he's among the entries once more. Pick up all ingredients and become the best Baker in town in this retro-styled platform game! The game comes as a 16KB ROM.

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