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Four months have passed since RELEVO Videogames released Invasion of the Zombie Monsters at RetroMadrid 2010. The scrolling B-movie-style arcade shooter gathered the attention of the visitors for its fast gameplay, great visuals and music, featuring the classic 8 BIT composer Gominolas in the game development team.

OPFX 1.2

by Guillian on 15-07-2010, 12:35
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

The MSX Cartridge Shop features a new version of OPFX. New in this version is the option to patch Konami SCC ROMs in order to use the external PSG included in MegaFlashROM SCC+. In this way, the sound balance between PSG and SCC is perfect in any MSX model and does not depend on the sound mixer hardware of the computer.

Today, MSX Translations updated their website with the following:

  • A new translation patch for Tengoku Yoitoko, a platformer which also features some RPG elements, will reveal what to do in this MSX2 game by Taito, released in 1987.
  • For the S

Demoscene Research thesis

by wolf_ on 12-07-2010, 18:02
Topic: MSX Related

Students, and a lot of young and mid-aged professionals, used to be (or still are) demosceners. Sometimes these roots find their way into their career, like in case of Markku Reunanen from Finland. He made a thesis about the demoscene for his study at Aalto University, a subject that - in a formal way - hasn't been documented a lot, so far.

It's summer time! Temperatures are tropical, two major MSX countries face eachother in the World Cup, schools 'n colleges are probably over for a few months. In short, things are splendid, and time for a new poll it is! Prior to the new poll, let's have a look at the outcome of the previous poll. How to distribute modified commercial games?

MSXdev'10 - New sponsor

by wolf_ on 08-07-2010, 00:23
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

With one competition deadline freshly behind us, gamers eagerly await what the other annual game competition has in store for us. MSXdev'10 has, so far, resulted in one game entry and various sponsors.

Goonies 'R' Good Enough

by JohnHassink on 07-07-2010, 05:12
Topic: Software

They call themselves "The Goonies" - The secret caves. The old lighthouse. The lost map. The treacherous traps. The hidden treasure. And Sloth...

Pengo officially released

by JohnHassink on 01-07-2010, 20:52
Topic: Software

The MSX2 remake of arcade blockbuster Pengo, under development by Spanish software producer Paxanga Soft has left the factory and was launched at the 37th edition of the RU (Reunión de Usuarios)

Eternal Flame - MSX2 minidemo

by JohnHassink on 01-07-2010, 08:06
Topic: Software

Brazilian MSX user Ricardo Bittencourt (ricbit) has created a fun little demo in screen 5, showing a fiery animation which also has some interaction to offer; close your eyes (or keep them open to see it better) and give it your hand to use the left and right cursor keys in order to control the movement.

Passion MSX2 contest 2 - Closed

by wolf_ on 01-07-2010, 01:49
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

A year ago, the second edition of the Passion MSX2 contest was announced soon after the first was concluded with two entries, Equivocal by TNI and Shift by Infinite.

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