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MSX História - Updates

by mtini on 14-04-2005, 11:37
Topic: Websites

The Konami cartridge label preservation website MSX História has been updated with a new layout of the frontpage. The site now contains 25 Gradiente-style cartridge labels that can be printed and then used to make damaged cartridges look like new again.

As we reported earlier, Falcom announced a new Ys game, of which little more than the title was known. Now, more information and screen shots can be found on the Ys: The Oath in Felghana website.

MSXPró - Updates

by snout on 12-04-2005, 15:29
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian MSX portal MSXPró has been updated once again, adding datasheets of the following MSX (related) chips:

  • HD6845 - 80 column video controller (VMX-80)
  • LM1889 - Video encoder and RF modulator (HotBit)
  • MC1374 - RF modulator (Expert)
  • MC1377 - RGB encoder (Expert)
  • 4164 - RAM (Expert/HotBit)
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Cross Blaim in EGG

by snout on 12-04-2005, 14:53
Topic: MSX Revival

Amusement Center have added dB-Soft's Cross Blaim to the online retrogaming store Project EGG.

Palette Editor 1.1

by snout on 12-04-2005, 13:06
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Albert Beevendorp released a new version of Palette Editor, a tool which can be used to alter the palette of the MSX2 to your own liking (or to one of the presets) in order to make games that don't change the palette (at least all MSX1 games) look different.

MSX Banzai! - GFX9000 updates

by snout on 11-04-2005, 20:31
Topic: Websites

Source: MSX Mailinglist

Patriek Lesparre has updated MSX Banzai! with Henrik Gilvad's original documentation to V9990 PowerBASIC. On MSX Banzai!, you can also find a frequently updated V9990 programmers manual.

MSX in the Media Challenge 2: 25th nominee

by snout on 11-04-2005, 02:11
Topic: Media

Jon Cortazar Abraido (Viejo_archivero) sent us a special nominee to the second MSX in the Media Challenge: The Spanish TV Station Antena3 used a Sony MSX computer as a prop in a Star Trek parody for the TV-show Homo Zapping.

WB2TXT 1.1

by snout on 10-04-2005, 14:53
Topic: Development

Vincent van Dam and TNI released a tool that translates tokenized WBASS2 files to readable text. The tool can be used in MSX-DOS and Win32 environments.

MSX Magazine 3 hits the charts

by snout on 10-04-2005, 12:36
Topic: MSX Revival

As with MSX Magazine 1 and MSX Magazine 2, the upcoming edition of ASCII's MSX Magazine (on which you can find more information over here) is already selling very well before its actual release date.

Falcom music encyclopedia

by snout on 10-04-2005, 12:26
Topic: Websites

Niki has launched a website completely dedicated to the Japanese software developer Falcom, particularly focusing on the music this company released.

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