Sexy Nelly!

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Door JohnHassink

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02-06-2007, 20:03

Who can remember this fine piece of software from the old days?

It's nowhere to be found, not even in the Generation-MSX database, but I still must have a disk containing it laying about somewhere.

One of the most hilarious MSX-"demo's" ever made! I think it's from, say, 1984 or 1985.

After all this years, the mere thought of this software still kills me. Seriously, whenever it comes to mind... *laughing*

It must be at least 15 years since I've seen it last, but I still remember the graphics and music vividly, almost as if it were yesterday.

For the people unfamiliar with this great piece of art:

It's a very early, "erotic" MSX-1 demo (I believe it was German-made) which would show a black haired girl gettin' her kit off and "feel" herself, followed by something I will not describe for decency's sake.
All of this was drawn and animated realtime with... ASCII characters! Yes, ladies and gentlemen!
To top it off, this sensational spectacle was accompanied by the cheesiest PSG music ever created.
All in all, it was titillating as drying wallpaper!

But here comes the best part:
When having started up, the software would ask you if you were over 18.
If you'd answer negatively, the game would delete your entire disk, given that the write protection of the disk was disabled.
That's right, the ENTIRE disk, regardless of what else would have been stored on it!
Ain't that grand?

Sexy Nelly, it's a classic! Smile

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Van AuroraMSX

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03-06-2007, 16:51

It's nowhere to be found, not even in the Generation-MSX databaseThat proves piddly-squat.
GenMSX is all but complete...
It's a very early, "erotic" MSX-1 demo (I believe it was German-made) which would show a black haired girl gettin' her kit off and "feel" herself, followed by something I will not describe for decency's sake.
All of this was drawn and animated realtime with... ASCII characters! Yes, ladies and gentlemen!
To top it off, this sensational spectacle was accompanied by the cheesiest PSG music ever created.
All in all, it was titillating as drying wallpaper!
Are you sure it was on MSX? I can vaguely remember seeing exactly what you describe here on a C64 !

Van Manuel

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03-06-2007, 21:26

GenMSX hardly has demos anyway (or magazine printed software). But for the rest, it's pretty complete, I'd say!
If you disagree; what is missing?

Van tfh

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04-06-2007, 06:55

GenMSX hardly has demos anyway (or magazine printed software). But for the rest, it's pretty complete, I'd say!
If you disagree; what is missing?
Munchy is missing for example Smile

Van RobertVroemisse

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04-06-2007, 10:06

And don't forget Master Blaster! (Famous Dutch game. 8 discs, fm music, you have to blow up the commodore factory) Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

Van Manuel

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04-06-2007, 10:13

Munchy being what? Something like this: http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/2405 ?
Or this: http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/2405 ?
If not: contact me with all information and I'll add it :)

Van Huey

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04-06-2007, 11:17

And don't forget Master Blaster! (Famous Dutch game. 8 discs, fm music, you have to blow up the commodore factory) Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

Famous??? I only heard about it ones (A cheat code I remember). Any more info on this one?

Van SaebaMSX

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04-06-2007, 11:19

Actually I did not know that Bytebuster game! They knew how to do good games. Smile

Manuel, didn't you put the same URL twice?

Master Blaster... never heard of!

Van RobertVroemisse

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04-06-2007, 15:49

Master Blaster was "famous" in Holland for non-existing. Some guy wrote several tips and hints for this imaginary game. It got placed in the magazine (MCCM I think) and even made it into a MSX peeks, pokes and truuks book.

Van Manuel

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04-06-2007, 18:39

Hmm, 2nd URL must be: http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/2831
(Sorry about that.)

Van JohnHassink

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04-06-2007, 19:59

@AuroraMSX: I'm positive it was on MSX!

If I can I find the disk where it was on and it still works, I'll post some screenshots. Smile

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