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MSX Unleashed

by dvik on 25-02-2006, 00:55
Topic: Software

After eight months of development Daniel Vik and Vincent van Dam are finally ready to release their new megademo for MSX1. The demo, MSX Unleashed contains several effects never seen MSX before on an MSX1, such as 105 color images, horizontal bars and a border scroller.

On February 11th, MSX Vriendenclub Mariënberg organized an MSX user meeting and MSX auction in Mariënberg, the Netherlands. Both Age Lammertsma and Manuel Bilderbeek sent us a photo shoot with pictures taken during this crowded day.

In our previous poll we asked how alive or dead our visitors considered MSX to be. With no less than 113 unique votes cast, these are the results:

  1. still alive (45.13%)
  2. more alive than ever (26.55%)
  3. barely alive (15.04%)
  4. dead (13.27%)

So, there you have it.


by snout on 24-02-2006, 23:54
Topic: Development

Marcel van Tongeren, who previously sent us his game Eat a worm, sent us another of his old creations for addition to our MSX downloads corner.


by snout on 24-02-2006, 23:49
Topic: Development

Etaoin of Casia sent us a new addition to our freeware downloads section. MLK2 is a linker for MSX-DOS2 with MemMan support.

IDE on MSX1 - tutorial

by snout on 24-02-2006, 17:35
Topic: Websites

After the release of the MSX1 compatible IDE/CF driver, it was only a matter of time until the first step-by-step tutorial on how to install an IDE cartridge on MSX1 was to appear.

Silent Shadow map

by mars2000you on 24-02-2006, 17:22
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian website MSX Neon Nights has been updated with the map of Silent Shadow, a game released by Topo Soft in 1988.

Rune Worth 1, 2 and 3 in PLUS!

by snout on 24-02-2006, 17:22
Topic: MSX Revival

Amusement Center have re-released the PC-8801 versions of T&E soft's Rune Worth 1, 2 and 3 in PLUS!.

Best MSX news of 2005 [round 5] - reminder

by snout on 23-02-2006, 23:56
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

In 24 hours the fifth and final round of forum-voting in the 'Most important MSX news of 2005' will close. Until then, you can decide which 3 out of 6 nominees will move on to the decisive frontpage poll.

HDDEMU removed from downloads section

by snout on 23-02-2006, 16:04
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

On request of Kuniji Ikeda, the current owner of the copyrights to HDDEMU, we have removed the floppy disk emulation tool HDDEMU from our downloads section. Although the tool has appeared on several other freeware distribution platforms, HDDEMU has never been declared freeware.

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