MRC Downloads Charts - August 2007

by snout on 01-09-2007, 16:09
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It's the first of the month, which means it's time for the MSX Downloads Charts - our monthly overview of which files from our freeware MSX downloads corner have been downloaded the most in the past month. Here's the complete MSX downloads charts of August 2007:

MSX downloads Top 10 - August 2007

  1. Deltree (98 downloads)
  2. SymbOS MSX (93 downloads)
  3. Rick Dangerous (77 downloads)
  4. PCM Encoder (58 downloads)
  5. IPS for MSX (38 downloads)
  6. 666 The Haunted House (37 downloads)
  7. Bet your life (34 downloads)
  8. Inspiration on demand (34 downloads)
  9. YS2 - Ice Ridges of Noltia (33 downloads)
  10. Car II (31 downloads)

MSX Related downloads Top 5 - August 2007

  1. Metal Gear 1 (152 downloads)
  2. Maze of Galious - Castle (99 downloads)
  3. Kings Valley 2 (89 downloads)
  4. Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake introdemo (85 downloads)
  5. Maze of Galious - World (34 downloads)

For a Top 25 of overall download statistics please have a look to our statistics page. Currently, our database contains 853 freeware MSX downloads. If you'd like to share your productions with the MSX community, send them to downloads@msx.org. Happy downloading!

Relevant link: MSX downloads database

Comments (8)

By Prodatron

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01-09-2007, 16:45

Maybe something went wrong with updating SymbOS 2.0 and the mass storage drivers? Both ZIP archives seem to be too short and corrupt.

By dvik

Prophet (2200)

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01-09-2007, 19:53

The PCM encoder still going strong (I beat Artrag with this post Wink )

By wolf_

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01-09-2007, 19:57

I find Deltree's #1 position even more remarkable.. Hannibal

By snout

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01-09-2007, 19:58

Yup! And don't forget we're measuring unique downloads (or, at least: downloads from unique IP addresses) with these stats!

By wolf_

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01-09-2007, 20:10

I actually wonder why ppl seem to be such native DOS command line users, doesn't MultiMente have deltree'ish functionality inside?

By Edwin

Paragon (1182)

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01-09-2007, 22:39

I suspect some stats are still inflated. Probably by using web proxies.

By snout

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01-09-2007, 23:20

They probably are, but if using proxies to boast download stats is your goal in life then... well... I can only feel sorry for that ;P Unique IP checking at least blocks the "lets click on it 10.000 times"-jokers and that's what it's really all about.

By karloch

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07-09-2007, 16:33

Deltree rules!