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Eduardo Robsy (pitpan) has decided to quit his activities as an MSX developer, leaving one last gift to the MSX community: a package of tiny projects and its sources.

Pixel Polizei is out

by Marq on 20-05-2016, 19:33
Topic: Development
Tags: graphics

Pixel Polizei, the retro artist's friend is now out.

Today Wolf_ surprised us with Polka, a Windows tool coded in Blitzbasic. Polka is a utility that allows you to create SCREEN 2 and SCREEN 4 tiles on your PC, containing many features known from other gfx editors on PC (like tile rotation).

Polka 1.1

by snout on 09-11-2004, 11:24
Topic: Development

Wolf has just released a small but nonetheless nice update for the SCREEN 2 & 4 tile editor Polka.

Polka 1.2

by snout on 23-11-2004, 09:54
Topic: Development

Wolf_ released a new version of his SCREEN 2 & 4 editor called Polka.

Pop!Art VGM Player for MSX

by ro on 08-01-2021, 11:45
Topic: Development

Replay your favorite VGM files on MSX using this new player.

The Professional Adventure Writer system (PAW) has been ported to MSX. Graeme Yeandle, former member of GILSOFT, granted his permission to create a MSX conversion and distribute it freely. PAW is a well known authoring system that was so popular for adventure creation in the United Kingdom and Spain.

PSG Tracker - Freeware

by snout on 28-01-2005, 01:01
Topic: Development

Michiel de Vries, developer of Meridian has decided to declare one of his first products, released as a Flying Bytes production, freeware: PSG Tracker.

PSGcomp

by snout on 04-11-2004, 08:42
Topic: Development

On the programmers section of this website you can find several PSG related tools, mainly developed for ZX-Spectrum, but some of them are also suitable for (adaptation to) MSX.

Whilst browsing the web we bumped into this interesting project from aorante, a member of the 303bcn group. He is currently developing a sound editor for the AY-3-8910 soundchip that we have all come to know and love as the Programmable Sound Generator (PSG).

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