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MSXdev'06 #18: RNFF

by Ivan on 01-01-2007, 04:47
Topic: Software

Few minutes before the MSXdev'06 contest deadline, the Dutch MSX group Infinite has submitted a platform game for MSX called RNFF - Running Naked in a Field of Flowers. The objective is to collect pills and/or mushrooms to advance through the game.

MSXdev'06 #17: Pointless Platform

by Ivan on 01-01-2007, 04:36
Topic: Software

Few minutes before the MSXdev'06 contest deadline, the Dutch MSX group TNI has submitted a platform game for MSX called Pointless Platform. The objective is to reach higher grounds.

MSXdev'06 #16: Daedalian Opus

by Ivan on 01-01-2007, 04:10
Topic: Software

Daedalian Opus is the second game from Karoshi Corporation that has entered the MSXdev'06 contest. A bit earlier they released Malaika - Prehistoric Quest, a platform game.

MSXdev'06 #15: Grid wars

by snout on 31-12-2006, 21:08
Topic: Software

As expected, the last day of the MSXdev'06 competition is a real celebration of MSX1 game releases.

MSXdev'06 #14: Word invaders

by snout on 31-12-2006, 18:04
Topic: Software

It's the last day of the MSXdev'06 competition and the final entries have started to drop in.

It's the last day of the MSXdev'06 competition and the final entries have started to drop in. The 13th entry to the competition comes from Damage X and is called Mecha Taisen on Planet Oldskool. It's a strategy game that comes in a 48kB ROM file.

It's the last day of the MSXdev'06 competition and the final entries have started to drop in.

MSX Plaza restyled and moved

by Alex on 31-12-2006, 00:13
Topic: Websites

Alex Wulms has completely restyled his MSX website, MSX Plaza and moved it to a new URL. The website contains, amongst others, an archive of Ikeda's MSX prints, lots of background information and downloads.

SideKick for MSX

by snout on 30-12-2006, 21:24
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Ronivon Candido Costa sent us SideKick for MSX, an interesting text editor for MSX that he developed in 1993.

Sony keyboard films available at Ikeda

by snout on 30-12-2006, 21:16
Topic: Hardware

Kuniji Ikeda has informed us that he has got several brand new keyboard films for Sony MSX computers in stock. These film cables can be used to replace dirty keyboard films which cause some keys of the keyboard not to function properly anymore. The keyboard films available can be used in SONY HB-F1XD/XDmkII/XDJ/XV (MSX2/2+ computers). The keyboard films are available for 3000 yen ex.

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