A list of MSX groups, including one-man enterprises. An entity in this list is valid when it does or has done at least one of the following:
- demos, intros, frequency selectors, demodisks
- music disks
- scene oriented utilites (trackers, designers, assemblers etc.)
- scene oriented disk magazines
- scene oriented hardware
- scene oriented collaborations
- scene games, scene games distribution
Not included in this list are news websites, resource websites and forums. Also not included are groups, clubs and organizations that may have been a formation like that, but never released anything to the public. It is of course possible that new groups emerged from such formations, and if such new groups have released something like the above, then the history section of the respective article could mention the original formation. An example would be a local computer club, like there were many of in the late 80's and early 90's. If two club regulars form a team and have released anything, then this team belongs in this groups category, the local computer club doesn't.
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Pages in category "Groups"
The following 130 pages are in this category, out of 130 total.