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Bomberman Special Patch - Download

by BiFi on 20-09-2004, 15:21
Topic: Software

About a month ago Viejo_Archivero announced working on a patch for Bomberman Special in this forum thread.

blueMSX 1.7.0

by mars2000you on 20-09-2004, 09:11
Topic: Emulation

Version 1.7.0 of blueMSX is available!

MDL-Lib 2.2

by snout on 19-09-2004, 13:15
Topic: Development

Martijn Dekker of MST (MSX Software Team) has released an updated version of his multi-purpose Pascal library MDL-Lib. The latest version of this Pascal library has been declared public domain and can be downloaded from Hans Otten's pages. The library should function perfectly in both Turbo Pascal 3.0 and 3.3.

RedMSX 1.3

by snout on 19-09-2004, 13:02
Topic: Emulation

A new version of RedMSX, the blueMSX based MSX emulator from SLotman has been released. This new version adds support for magnified sprites, supports horizontal scrolling on Screen 4 and Screen 5 and features an useful option to mount a directory as a disk image.

Space manbow ringtone

by dexx on 19-09-2004, 12:58
Topic: Music

Revix station created a ringtone of Konami's classic shooter Space Manbow.

MSX fair Bussum 2004 page update

by Grauw on 18-09-2004, 20:32
Topic: Events

Three more weeks until Bussum 2004! The list of participants is starting to complete itself and from now on it will be available on this page. If you haven't reserved a booth yet, but are planning to, please let the organisation know as soon as possible.

After the well-received earlier editions of MSX Magazine, ASCII and the MSX Association have decided to extend the series with a 2004 edition.

MSX USB & VGA cartridges in development

by snout on 17-09-2004, 23:13
Topic: Hardware

Poisonic found an interesting website of this Japanese hardware developer who is working on two MSX related hardware projects: An USB interface for MSX and an VGA-output cartridge for MSX.

tniASM v0.41

by Unregistered user on 17-09-2004, 02:40
Topic: Development

The New Image released a new version of their cross-assembler for Z80, R800 and Gameboy, called tniASM.

Are you tired of getting lost in that dungeon? Have you lost the sense of north when playing a MSX game? There is nothing to worry about!

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