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A full report of the lecture Dr. Kazuhiko Nishi - founder of the MSX standard - gave at the international MSX Fair in Tilburg. Nishi talks about the past, present and future of himself, MSX and computers.

MESS 0.95

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2005, 00:00

MESS stands for Multiple Emulator Super System and is a derivative from the arcade machines emulator MAME. With MESS you can emulate a huge variety of old consoles and home computers, including MSX1, MSX2 and MSX2+ systems. Systems very similar to MSX like Colecovision and Spectravideo SVI-318 and SVI-328 can be emulated as well.

MRC Download Charts - July 2012

by Meits on 05-08-2012, 18:31

Moonsoft, Emphasys/Overflow! and Kralizec dominated the MSX downloads in July.

MRC EmuRank Charts

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2005, 00:00
01. blueMSX 2.2 91.46
02. openMSX 0.5.1 85.51
03. NLMSX 0.48 63.84
04. MSXPLAYer for GameReader 61.63
05. paraMSX 0.46b 47.18
06. fMSX-SDL 43.47
07. RedMSX 1.4 41.05
08. fMSX 3.0 40.58
09. RuMSX 0.30 33.17
10. No$MSX 1.5 22.83
11. fMSXSO 1.32bc 21.18
12. MESS 0.96 16.84
13. Zodiac 0.8.1 15.85%

MRC webmaster Rieks Warendorp Torringa visited Japan during December 2003 and January 2004. Although his trip initially had little to do with MSX, he could not resist visiting a few MSX friends and places during his stay.

A thorough review of MSX Emulators for Windows.

Simply put MSX emulators can currently be divided into three groups: The good, the best and... the ugly.

MSX history

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2001, 00:00

What does MSX stand for?

Nishi says that he is well aware of the fact that MSX is interpreted differently by many people. Some say it is MicroSoft eXtended, but others say it is Matsushita, Sony and (X)others. But Nishi tells the audience it really stands for Machines(hardware) with Software eXchangeability.

MSX in Japan, 2003

by MSX Resource Center on 12-10-2003, 00:50

The dream of every MSX user coming true happened to Remco van Nunen: a trip to Japan. A report of his search for MSX in Nihon.

This article tells the story of Danderma, a female blogger from Kuwait and author of the book "The Chronicles of Dathra, a Dowdy Girl from Kuwait". On her blog she writes a lot about books, shopping, travel, and local cuisine, but also about MSX in her Blast from the Past series of posts.

Find out how the life of a Kuwaiti family changed when the Sakhr computer arrived and how MSX inspired Danderma to become a computer engineer. You will find out that MSX was so popular that its games were once played on a TV series. In fact, it was hard to find someone that didn't own an MSX at the time! In a nutshell: a must-read!

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