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by dvik on 01-03-2006, 09:41
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Daniel Vik has optimized and fixed bugs in the tool used to create the 105 color images, as seen in the MSX Unleashed demo. The optimized tool is now released in a package that contains the encoder tool and assembly source for a viewer application.

SMR #9: All there is to see

by snout on 01-03-2006, 09:31
Topic: Music

Meits sent us the ninth entry to the MRC Scene Music Remake Challenge. From Compjoetania's Noise Disk he re-arranged All there is to see. Originally composed for MSX-AUDIO and MSX-MUSIC, the remake was composed for Moonsound using Moonblaster WAVE.

Falcom goes iTunes

by snout on 01-03-2006, 01:00
Topic: MSX Related

The Japanese game developers Falcom have released their classic (and often hard to get) game music soundtracks and arrangements on iTunes. Unfortunately, the soundtracks are currently only available on the Japanese version of iTunes.

Downloads Top 10; February 2006

by snout on 01-03-2006, 00:58
Topic: MRC

It's the first of the month, so lets have a look at which files have been downloaded the most during February 2006. As usual, new releases are performing very well in their first month. MSX Unleashed set a new record with an amazing 270 downloads in only 3 days.

MSX.bas - Updates

by rflopes2000 on 28-02-2006, 22:23
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian MSX website MSX.bas has been updated with an archive with MSX-MUSIC songs (which can be found in the Sons e Música section) and several graphical two-liners (which can be found in the Gráficos - two-liners section).

The 1st MSX-BASIC Game Contest at Karoshi Corporation Development Boards was opened the 17th January 2006. The contest closed as it was announced in this newspost with a grand total of 13 games submitted to the contest.

RuMSX 0.40

by snout on 26-02-2006, 18:37
Topic: Emulation

A new version of RuMSX has just been released.

MSXPró - updates

by snout on 26-02-2006, 17:34
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian MSX portal MSXPró has been updated with an article on how to open an SCC cartridge safely, and an extension of the article on how to install a new disk drive in a turboR.

Source: MSX Mailinglist

Paulo Maluf and Vinicius Beltrão are planning to reproduce the often failing keyboard films for certain Panasonic MSX2+ and turboR computer models: the FS-A1FX, FS-A1WX,

Steve & Sean Wallis MSX games

by snout on 25-02-2006, 22:51
Topic: Software

In the 1980s, Steve Wallis and his brother Sean used to develop computer games for the Sharp MZ-80K/MZ-80A/MZ-700, Amstrad CPC-464 and MSX together. Several of there games were released commercially by Kuma Computers. As of now, their games can be downloaded for free from Steve Wallis's website.

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