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ViewMSX 0.03

by snout on 27-10-2005, 02:00
Topic: Development

ViewMSX, a MSX-graphics viewer for Windows, that was recently added to MRC's downloads database was just updated. The latest version of ViewMSX, v0.03, can now also view G9B files that are larger than the actual screen-size of the particular display mode. This means you can now view images that may be as large as the image-space.

Godzilla walkthrough

by mars2000you on 26-10-2005, 00:34
Topic: Websites

As announced in our MSX Forum earlier today, Fabio of MSX Solutions has updated his website with a walkthrough for the game Godzilla, which was released by Toho in 1985.

The tremendously popular MSX game La Abadía del Crimen, programmed by Paco Menéndez with graphics made by Juan Delcán, is to be released for mobile phones at all the Spanish operators (Movistar, Amena and

G9BVIEW 0.41

by snout on 25-10-2005, 14:59
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Marcel Delorme has released a new version of G9BVIEW, a utility to show compressed .G9B files on GFX9000. The utility was previously only available, bundled with the GFX9000 library.

The stone of Agni in Project EGG

by snout on 25-10-2005, 14:54
Topic: MSX Revival

Amusement Center have re-released Hummingbird Soft's rarely known adventure The stone of Agni in Project EGG.

David Heremans of the openMSX team mentioned in our ever active MSX forum, that he put his photo collection of this year's MSX Fair in Bussum online. He warns us though, as he didn't sort his photos and that double photos might occur.

Best MSX game-cover artwork [round 3]

by Sonic_aka_T on 25-10-2005, 04:08
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

After two rounds of voting, we are now left with 16 titles in our quest for the best MSX game-cover ever. We're also kicking up the speed a little at this point, you have just 3 days to cast your votes. So, let us know, what do you think the best MSX game-cover is?

During PLD World 2005, an event dedicated to PLD (FPGA) technology, organized by Altera, Kazuhiko Nishi of MSX Association officially announce

MSX History - Updates

by mtini on 23-10-2005, 14:47
Topic: Websites

The Brazilian MSX documentation preservation website MSX History was updated with the newspapers GAMA Soft News #4 and GAMA Soft News #5, both in PDF format.

Moai Tech in search of translator

by mesiasmsx on 23-10-2005, 14:45
Topic: Websites

The team of Moai-Tech plan to release the second issue of their MSX webzine during the last days of October. Unfortunately, due to personal reasons, they have not been able to translate the Spanish webzine to English as of yet.

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