msx and kids

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By hamlet

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03-04-2020, 17:19

Nice car!

By sdsnatcher73

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03-04-2020, 18:40

Golf car!

By rodrivas78

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03-04-2020, 20:46

dan wrote:

Hey we love maths at home. Any suggestion?

There is a nice software for learning to count, it's called "Aprendendo a Contar". It is in Portuguese but it is very simple and easy to understand. Even so, I will provide a little translation* for you. Smile
I played it with my sister when she was a kid. She loved it! Big smile
I recently found it on the internet and uploaded to a website. Here is the link for anyone who wants to try it right away:

https://webmsx.org/?DISK=https://sites.google.com/site/taivas01/msxspirit/Contar.dsk

Press F12 to speed things up a bit because it takes a while to start...

* Translation of the test configuration screen.

Fill-in the data below:
Number of exercises (1-10):
Difficulty level (1-10):
Goal (1-10 points):
Press a key ...

By dan

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05-04-2020, 08:34

Nice, rodrivas78! will try it with my younger. Thanks!

By Manuel

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05-04-2020, 10:11

My kids really like Ghost and Multiverse Smile

By Wolverine_nl

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06-04-2020, 09:05

I don't have kids, but my nephew likes to play games, so he gave Nemesis a shot, then he crawled back about that "those old games are too easy" hehehe... everytime he comes over he gives it a shot, he gets better, but realises that the modern games are made specifically so that you don't stop playing, and older games challange your skills allot more. Smile

By dan

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07-04-2020, 12:37

I agree. Old games are really challenging but sometimes frustrating. Games that let you save states with passwords are fine. We played some new games (multiverse, brunilda…), we love them and noticed that their stories get you hooked. No shooters at home at the moment Question

By AnsiStar

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07-04-2020, 22:55

My son, 9 years old now, likes Antarctic Adventure and Pang! Wink

By hamlet

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09-04-2020, 07:08

dan wrote:

altough it has no sense i always thought the tile close to the tee were cherries. daughter opened my eyes saying it is just a car. you learn something new every day...

This morning my girlfriend wore her new dress printed with little cherries and said "Look, aren't the cherries beautiful?"
I said I thought the whole time they were golf carts. She didn't get it.

By TheKid

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09-04-2020, 07:58

Tempo was translated in english a while back.

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