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Karoshi Corporation - Link added

by snout on 28-03-2004, 01:50
Topic: Websites

Last week Karoshi Corporation opened their new website, offering information on their games and their upcoming titles. On their website you can download their finished games (Guru Logic, Snail Maze and Duck Hunt). Currently, Karoshi is working on no less than 7 projects. 5 of them are ports of popular games, two of them are original concepts.

25th MSX RU Barcelona - May 1st

by snout on 28-03-2004, 01:44
Topic: Events

Asociación Amigos del MSX will hold the 25th MSX Users Reunion in Barcelona on May 1st, 2004. Like last time, AAMSX teams up with BCN to attract a bit more people to the meeting, whilst allowing some non-MSX activities.

CVML Meeting, April 24th 2004

by snout on 27-03-2004, 19:35
Topic: Events

On the 24th of April several members of the CVML, a mailinglist dedicated to collecting retro computers, will gather in Zandvliet, Belgium to show and admire each others computer collections. The meeting will be held from 9.00 to 18.00 in the Cutural Meetingplace called 'De Schelde'. Attending the meeting will cost 5 euro's.

MSX Resource Center opens RSS feeds

by snout on 27-03-2004, 17:03
Topic: MRC

As of today MSX Resource Center offers the latest MSX news in a handy RSS feed. RSS stands for RDF Site Summary. An RSS feed allows you to link to the latest MSX news from your website, or to add it to your desktop. You can find several RSS readers for various Operating Systems on this website.

blueMSX forum

by snout on 27-03-2004, 13:06
Topic: Websites

The developers of blueMSX have opened up a forum dedicated to this emulator, where users can discuss everything related to this emulator. The latest version of blueMSX was released three weeks ago.

Rambo Plus 2 - The Mission

by snout on 27-03-2004, 13:02
Topic: Software

Earlier this month we reported about Rambo Plus, a patch for the Pack-In Video game which improved the graphics of the title screen, using a special compression algorythm to keep the ROM image the same size as the original.

Earlier this week, we reported about the MSX Game Reader production process being finished. At the website of Gigamix Online you can now take a look at the first pictures of this new device.

Metal Gear 1 theme song remake by Wolf

by wolf_ on 26-03-2004, 13:27
Topic: Music

2003 was the year of the spontanious burst of remakes of msx game-music, by multiple composers. After a sudden 'break' of many months, Wolf releases the first re-arrangement of 2004. This time the well-known maintheme from Metal Gear 1, one of Konami's most popular classics, was elevated from 3 humble PSG channels to a massive orchestral arrangement.

Mega Flash ROM website in English

by Guillian on 26-03-2004, 09:06
Topic: Websites

The Mega Flash ROM is a cartridge which holds a flash memory. Together with other characteristics, it is an ideal storage device for .ROM-files. There is even an SCC version available.

ASCII ships Game Readers and MSXPC

by snout on 24-03-2004, 17:25
Topic: MSX Revival

It has been a while ago since we reported about the ASCII MSX Store on which more than 3800 MSX Game Readers and more than 250 MSXPC's were sold. As of today the production process has been finished. The new MSX hardware goodies are now being shipped to their new owners.

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