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Rick Dangerous for MSX review

by snout on 12-07-2005, 12:17
Topic: Websites

At the English Rick Dangerous - resurrected website, an article on Rick Dangerous for MSX can be found. The game was released for MSX in 1992 by the Dutch group Paragon.

Robsy petrus web updated

by makinavaja on 25-05-2003, 16:04
Topic: Websites

Eduardo Robsy's website has been updated with some interesting stuff. The first update is a new disk version of war in middle earth. This game is now available in an English transtation. You can also download a wav version that you can use with waver, or any other cassete reader.

Robsy's MSX Workshop - link added

by snout on 04-02-2004, 00:42
Topic: Websites

From time to time someone sends in a link to our links database which makes us wonder why we didn't add it already. Today, we have added a link to Robsy's MSX Workshop the website of Eduardo Robsy Petrus (aka Pitpan), an active developer who develops exclusively for the MSX1 platform.

Robsy's MSX Workshop - updated

by [D-Tail] on 13-10-2004, 13:21
Topic: Websites

Eduardo Robsy updated his website yesterday. He added two PDF documents of some well-known MSX chips to his page: one about the Texas Instruments' TMS9918 VDP and one about the Zilog's Z-80 user manual. These new technical documents have extensive and in-depth specifications of both the MSX core and graphics engine.

Robsy's MSX Workshop - Updates

by snout on 08-10-2004, 13:35
Topic: Websites

Eduardo Robsy (also known as pitpan) has updated his website once again. In a new, Spanish only, section called Rincón del ensamblador a tutorial for programming games in Assembly can be found. As an example, the game Pong Classic 0.1 is included, with full source code.

Roger's Spectravideo Page

by mars2000you on 08-03-2006, 20:40
Topic: Websites

Source: MSX Mailing List

Roger Samdal has opened up a website dedicated to the Spectravideo computers. As you probably will know, Spectravideo computers are closely related to the MSX computer. The SVI-318 and SVI-328 are almost MSX1 compatible, whilst the SCI-728 and SVI-738 follow the MSX1 standard. The SVI-738 even had a V9938 VDP (MSX2) on board.

Saburowta's MSX Computer Graphics

by snout on 15-09-2005, 14:21
Topic: Websites

The Japanese MSX user Saburowta has released the MSX graphics he drew for the MSX-FAN magazines when he was a teenager on this website.

Salamander dossier at PassionMSX

by snout on 12-11-2006, 14:45
Topic: Websites

The French MSX portal PassionMSX have updated their website with a dossier on Konami's classic shooter Salamander.

Samanet (Sargon home) moves

by Sama on 01-05-2003, 13:53
Topic: Websites

People who wanted to visit the Samanet website recently to have a look at Sargon's home found out the website was nto hosted on its original URL anymore. However, Samanet is back already with an easy-ro remember URL:
http://embark.to/samanet.

Rieks, the maintainer of this website already announced new content is coming up soon.

Samanet - Defender Online online!

by Sama on 16-06-2003, 22:23
Topic: Websites

The Sargon website went online on March 30, 2003. The Defender Online part hasn't been available since. Until now! Quite a lot of things are to be found at Defender Online, like an archive containing everything that could be archived, including things that haven't been published before.

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