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blueMSX 1.0.4

by ani on 30-11-2003, 22:49
Topic: Emulation

A new version of blueMSX is released.

A multicolor sprite editor is now online. It is written in Javascript, so you can use it online from any internet browser. The result is a BASIC program that displays your sprite ("DATA" option), or alternatively you can get the data for a machine language program ("DB" option). Have fun!


New playlist MSX Radio

by Latok on 28-11-2003, 12:05
Topic: Music

Over the last months, MSX Resource Center has organised massive MSX game song polls. The climax of this megapoll has to be reached still: you can vote on the frontpage for your most favourite MSX game tune.

The MSX game song polls have been done in close co-operation with Omega's MSX Radio.

BRMSX 3.0.f

by mars2000you on 28-11-2003, 01:15
Topic: Emulation

Ricardo Bittencourt has released a new version of his emulator especially conceived for Windows.

New Spanish MSX Magazine

by chaos on 27-11-2003, 18:33
Topic: MSX Related

In november, at the XXIV Barcelona MSX Meeting, a new MSX magazine has been released. This magazine, named CALL MSX is printed on high quality A4-size paper. The cover is printed in full-color, which gives it a professional look.

Source: [D]J

Recently, we reported about the release of MESS v0.77, the Multiple Emulator Super System for both win32 and *NIX. In this emulator, the MSX and MSX2 systems are also supported. MESS is based on MAME.

Parn's Music Station updated!

by Parn on 26-11-2003, 20:48
Topic: Music

After more than a 7-month hyatus, Parn's Music Station was updated. 9 new tracks were uploaded, comprising the entire rearranged Knightmare soundtrack. One is a minor update of an older track, but the other eight are entirely new arranges.

BitBuster 1.2

by snout on 26-11-2003, 11:41
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Team Bomba have released a new version of BitBuster, a set of tools to compress and decompress files. The compression rate is more or less equal to that of POPCOM, but BitBuster decompresses a lot faster. BitBuster is used in Team Bomba productions like the WOEI!

Eternal Blossom by DRMSX

by snout on 25-11-2003, 21:53
Topic: Music

Atsushi Sugiyama (DRMSX) has done it again. After creating the song Lady COCO he made another amazing MSX-Music song. Again, it's hard to believe these sounds actually come from a single OPLL chip, as DrMSX has succeeded in creating quite fat analog style sounds.

Only two days after we started the MRC Snowfall Challenge we received the first submission.

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