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Planet Mephius in Project EGG

by snout on 13-07-2006, 23:57
Topic: MSX Revival

Amusement Center have re-released the FM-7 version of T&E Soft's adventure game Planet Mephius in Project EGG. On MSX, the game was originally released in 1985.

Fastcopy source code released

by snout on 13-07-2006, 23:52
Topic: Development

In the 1990s Alex Wulms (Xelasoft) released Fastcopy, a popular disk duplication program which directly supported many MSX Floppy Disk Controllers making it - indeed - very fast and accurate.

MSXRio 2006 announced

by snout on 13-07-2006, 23:44
Topic: Events

The MSXRio crew have announced that this annual MSX event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is to be held on the 5th and 6th of August in the Colégio Cenecista Lemos Cunha. The fair has been added to our list of MSX fairs and meetings.

blueMSX Launcher 1.4

by mars2000you on 13-07-2006, 23:37
Topic: Emulation

Just a few days after the release of blueMSX 2.5, Sam Elsharif has updated his blueMSX launcher with the following new features:

  • Added support for Sunrise IDE and Hard Disks
  • Added support for special rom type in slots 1 and 2 (to be used with disks that need SCC for example)
  • Added tools menu and SHA1 calculator

blueMSX 2.5

by mars2000you on 09-07-2006, 14:52
Topic: Emulation

Yesterday, a brand new version of blueMSX was released during the MSX Info Update party in Helsinki, Finland.

Curse by Hackurl

by snout on 06-07-2006, 15:08
Topic: Music

The Japanese chiptune composer Hackurl has released yet another MSX flavored music remake. This time, he made an SCC version from one of the BGMs of the Sega Megadrive game Curse, originally released in 1989 by Mucrinet.

Thexder in Project EGG

by snout on 06-07-2006, 15:06
Topic: MSX Revival

Amusement Center have re-released the FM-7 version of Game Arts' platform game Thexder in Project EGG.

MSX Files - restyled

by snout on 06-07-2006, 14:14
Topic: Websites

In celebration of its 7th anniversary, MSX Files, the layout of the website was changed to a more lighter visual - adding a new photo gallery in the process. restyled

by Konamito on 06-07-2006, 14:12
Topic: Websites has moved to a new server and restyled its design. All old contents have been preserved, and the main focus of the website - MSX games and news - has been retained. The website is looking for some extra helping hands in order to let its contents grow further.

For many years there were rumors that Panasonic was working on a third, never released MSX turboR computer which was supposedly to become the turboR XT.

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