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Since we reported about the latest entry for Konamito's MSX-BASIC contest, Konamito found a jury member in Jon Cortázar (viejo_archivero).

MSXdev'10 - #4 Mission2Mir

by snout on 14-11-2010, 12:42
Topic: Software

The 2010 MSXdev competition is warming up for its usual grand finale with the release of its fourth entry.

Neuroflip - minimalTech

by snout on 11-11-2010, 22:39
Topic: Music

Chiptune composer Neuroflip (who was recently caught Veejaying on MSX) has released a PSG track composed with a preview version of the upcoming PSG sound editor PSGed.


by JohnHassink on 11-11-2010, 21:49
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

In 1997, Fokke Post, also known as C.P.U., released a new version of the command interpreter COMMAND2.COM version 2.4. This version is an expansion on the last official MSX-DOS 2.3 as distributed by ASCII.

It's been a long time since we ran a proper mega-poll on the MSX Resource Center.

Gradius Ultimate Collection

by snout on 11-11-2010, 17:34
Topic: Music

On November 13th, Konami is to release Gradius Ultimate Collection, a collection of no less than 8 (eight!) audio CDs that contain the official soundtracks of the complete Gradius series, including the MSX versions that many of us have gotten to known under their European titles

V4Z80P Laptop and V6Z80P+ FPGA board

by snout on 11-11-2010, 13:05
Topic: MSX Related

Three years ago, a Z80/retrocomputing hobbyist called [Phil] of Retroleum set upon the task of creating his own Z80 based 8-bit laptop.

The Spanish city of Zaragoza has just unveiled Super Mario Street, the first in a series of 12 streets to be named after classic video games. Other games that have been deemed worthy enough to get a street named after them are Sonic the Hedgehog, Space Invaders and The Legend of Zelda.

Snatcher: Twilight of Neo Kobe City

by Latok on 09-11-2010, 11:48
Topic: Music

Ruud van de Moosdijk (MrRudi) has released his next MSX flavored synth rearrangement of a classic MSX tune on his Youtube channel.

About 4 months ago we launched a poll asking whether or not MSX scene games should or should not at least support the trusty PSG soundchip. With 67 votes cast, the results are as follows:

  1. Yes!

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