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tniASM v0.35

by Unregistered user on 02-10-2003, 23:27
Topic: Development

The Z80/R800/Gameboy cross-assembler tniASM by The New Image has received a small update due to popular demand. This version brings support for the assembly syntax of using round brackets for indirection.

tniASM v0.4

by BiFi on 04-10-2003, 14:06
Topic: Development

The Z80/R800/Gameboy cross-assembler tniASM by The New Image has received some more requests on the #msxdev IRC channel. This version brings support for spaces surrounding registers in indirect accesses, PUSH and POP allow a list of registers and the DC pseudo instruction.

tniASM v0.41

by Unregistered user on 17-09-2004, 02:40
Topic: Development

The New Image released a new version of their cross-assembler for Z80, R800 and Gameboy, called tniASM.

TriloTracker 0.7.1

by snout on 26-01-2014, 23:57
Topic: Development

TriloTracker 0.7.1 fixes two bugs discovered shortly after its initial public release.

TriloTracker 0.7.2

by Huey on 02-02-2014, 15:16
Topic: Development

Yet another Trilotracker release with important bug fixes and nice new features available for download on the TT Wiki.

Gryzor87 created a tutorial package for TriloTracker with a manual, demo songs and tons of instruments and waveforms.

TriloTracker v0.8 released

by Huey on 24-02-2014, 22:16
Topic: Development

After the release of the TriloTracker tutorial from Gryzor87 a new release of TriloTracker was inevitable.

Konami's Metal Gear 2 is surely one of the highlights in MSX gaming. However, people often complain about the speed, which would be too slow when compared to Metal Gear 1.

Tutankham conversion source code

by muffie on 01-03-2010, 23:45
Topic: Development

Back in 2008, we saw a stream of ColecoVision/SG-1000 to MSX conversions, fueled by a one-sided arms race between Muffie and his good friend SLotman.

Two new entries to MSXDev'05

by Maggoo on 03-04-2005, 18:51
Topic: Development

The 31st of March two new entries were added to the MSXDev'05 game development contest organized by Eduardo Robsy.

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