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Space Manbow cover by HackUrl

by Bart on 16-05-2005, 12:07
Topic: Music

HackUrl released a Space Manbow cover in MP3 format. It's the tune of the first end-boss in Space Manbow.

Sample playback on SCC

by Bart on 16-05-2005, 12:03
Topic: Music

DRM made a PSG/SCC song which playbacks samples over SCC. He manually converted a PCM sample to a MSGDRV instrument. Earlier attempts do to so by using PCMSCC didn't allow for using the sample in a tracker. This technique does.

The last edition of this classic spanish fair promoted by the AAMSX was held last saturday. This time the number of visitors decreased because of the lack of standholders, but still there were some new interesting things to report, like the new CallMSX Magazine (no.

_MUS2AUD

by snout on 14-05-2005, 05:52
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

About 3 weeks ago an MSX-AUDIO BIOS for Philips Music Module was released, making the popular Philips Music Module fully MSX-AUDIO compatible. After it's release the reactions were enthusiastic, but there clearly was a demand for a way to let the Music Module handle FM-BASIC music as well.

Now, BiFi has released a tool that does just this.

MAD releases Quarth's Theme

by Latok on 13-05-2005, 21:39
Topic: Music

MAD Music Studio releases many arranged versions of MSX game songs. Recently, the theme of Konami's popular game Quarth has been added to the ever growing collection.

In Japan, Amusement Center rereleases classic Japanese retro software for PC.

Snoopy Town (MSXdev'05 entry)

by pitpan on 13-05-2005, 14:40
Topic: Software

Another game has joined the MSXdev'05 contest and it is already a finished project: Snoopy Town, by Andrea Gasparini. It can be found at the MSXdev'05 status page.

ONEDRIVE 1.0

by snout on 13-05-2005, 04:59
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Adriano Camargo Rodrigues da Cunha has released a new utility for MSX called ONEDRIVE.

MAP updates

by Bart on 12-05-2005, 23:57
Topic: Websites

Source: MSX Mailinglist

The MAP (MSX Assembly Pages) website has been updated today. Grauw announced the following changes:

  • Fixed a few cut-off numbers in the Z80 instruction set overview
    (map.tni.nl/resources/z80instr.php)
  • Replaced the Div16 16-bits division routine with a faster one by Flyguille.

2005 Cracking Challenge

by [WYZ] on 11-05-2005, 21:32
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

[WYZ] has set up a nice 'Cracking Challenge' for all you programmers out there. On the Karoshi forums you can find a link to a CRACKME.BIN file. What's in a name...

Running the file gives you a request for a name and a registry number. The challenge is to find out both this name and the registry number.

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