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The LPE-Z80-V1 is a new Z80-card for the EV4 slotexpander. Connecting it directly to the flatcable connector (that usually runs to the MSX slot), a powersupply and the Padial Video card + RTC and PCKeyboard expansions creates a fully working MSX.

Shalom in English - beta2

by snout on 30-09-2002, 10:03
Topic: Translations

Source: MSX Files

The second beta version of Shalom English has been released. The current version has advanced as far as the Portuguese version, which means you can play the game in English up to beating bosses 4 and 5.

http://shalome.msxfiles.cjb.net/

Castle Excellent on GamePark32

by snout on 29-09-2002, 14:19
Topic: MSX Related

The GamePark32 is a portable gameconsole from Korea, that competes with Nintendo's Gameboy Advance. Having a powerful ARM9 processor, 4 channel wireless RF channels (for wireless multiplayer gaming), an USB port, and a good graphics engine, many people found their way to the GamePark.

Source: http://www.xengamers.com/

As far as Panasonic is concerned their current msx is called Q.Released in the end of last year, the Q is a Nintendo Gamecube compatible game machine, but loaded with extra features like a full blown dvd player, and

Penguin Mints at ThinkGeek.com

by Sander on 27-09-2002, 15:08
Topic: MSX Related

Basically, most of us are nerds.

Moonsound support in Meridian

by snout on 27-09-2002, 09:57
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Michiel de Vries, developer of the MIDI player/editor Meridian posted the following message on the MSX Mailinglist: I was wondering if there are Moonsound users who are satisfied with the existing editors for the Moonsound. As far as I know only Moonblaster can be used for editting songs for the Moonsound.

C-BIOS 0.12

by snout on 27-09-2002, 00:31
Topic: Emulation

Boukichi released version 0.12 of his MSX compatible BIOS. This time there are a lot of improvements. The most important one is that the first steps were made to emulate disk-access. C-BIOS 0.12 can already handle normal double sided disks. If such a disk is detected, you can select a file and run it right at the boot. Disks with special bootsectors etc.

Shalom English (first version)

by snout on 26-09-2002, 13:26
Topic: Translations

Source: MSX Mailinglist

Slotman of MSX Files started translating Shalom to English. Most of you will know this game as Knightmare 3. After Ricardo Bittencourt translated a large part of this game to Portuguese, he gave the translation programs to Slotman in order to make an English translation.

Slide show disks

by BiFi on 25-09-2002, 14:51
Topic: Software

Source: MSX-Files

Slotman and Lumberjack made 3 disks with slide shows. Images chosen are a collection of snails, a collection of Amstrad game screens and a collection of hentai screens converted from PC and arcade games.If you like pictures, you should check them out.

http://www.msxfiles.cjb.net/

Source: MSX Mailinglist

In the past, Yamaha released two soundmodules for the Yamaha CX5M MSX computers. To use these expansions on other MSX computers, a special adapter is needed. Both expansions were quite ahead of their time. The software of the SFG-01 was only capable of saving to cassette, while the software of the SFG-05 could save to disk as well.

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