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Sunrise Game Reader review

by snout on 19-10-2005, 20:07
Topic: Websites

On the Bussum 2005 MSX Fair, Sunrise released their version of the MSX Game Reader, which was previously only available in Japan.

Vscreen website moves

by snout on 19-10-2005, 17:25
Topic: Websites

Olivier Hustin has moved the Vscreen website to a new location. The website, dedicated to the impressive smooth scrolling platform game engine Vscreen, has also been updated with new documentation on the engine and its file structure.

From now on, you can register yourselves as a booth holder for the MSX fair in Nijmegen on 14 January 2006. You can do this by filling in the registration form which is now available on the MSX Fair Nijmegen 2006 homepage.

Aleste 2 in Project EGG

by snout on 18-10-2005, 16:23
Topic: MSX Revival

After adding Aleste 1 to their catalog, Amusement Center have re-released Compile's classic MSX2 shooter Aleste 2 in

Eduardo Mello is a Brazilian programmer fascinated by both ColecoVision and Konami MSX games. This is the reason why he is currently porting Konami MSX games to ColecoVision, which is a real challenge because the ColecoVision console has less RAM than MSX1 computers. Read the first part of an interview with this developer here.

Philips VG5000 emulator

by mars2000you on 16-10-2005, 20:09
Topic: MSX Related

Since a few months a VG5000 emulator is being developed by a team specialized in the emulation of the French Thomson computers. The Philips VG5000 can be seen as a pre-MSX1 machine but it uses a different videochip, being the STM EF9345.

Spanish Dahku review

by ibantxuyn on 16-10-2005, 20:05
Topic: Software

Ibantxuyn wrote a review of the Krazilec game Dahku in Spanish. Dahku is for sale on the Krazilec website for 15 euros. A playable demo is available from the Bitwise website.

Best MSX game-cover artwork [round 1]

by Sonic_aka_T on 16-10-2005, 16:40
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

The MSX Resource Center goes on another quest, this time to find the best MSX game-cover artwork... After more than a week of nominating, you can now choose from 64 covers in this mega-poll. Round 1 will last for just 5 days, so be quick in casting your votes. Let us know what you think is the best MSX game-cover of all times. Happy voting!

MRC challenges on MSX Valley

by mars2000you on 15-10-2005, 23:40
Topic: Websites

For quite some time now, the MSX Resource Center organizes challenges to promote the use of our beloved MSX.

The Professional Adventure Writer system (PAW) has been ported to MSX. Graeme Yeandle, former member of GILSOFT, granted his permission to create a MSX conversion and distribute it freely. PAW is a well known authoring system that was so popular for adventure creation in the United Kingdom and Spain.

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