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Griel's Quest for the Sangraal, one of the entries of MSXdev'05, has been upgraded and a new version is out now. It is called "Extended Edition" because it includes some minor changes and 28 new levels which doubles the amount of levels of the first release.

After days of hard work, the Karoshi Corporation Forums are back online with some new features. This time, the boards are hosted by msxgamesbox, using webspace donated by Philip Pera. Thanks go to both Phil, who also made the whole installation of the forum engine, and Bert Dotinga, the previous forum webspace donator.

SMR #1: Wind warriors

by snout on 23-12-2005, 01:42
Topic: Music

Only minutes after starting the MRC Scene Music Remake Challenge, Meits surprised us with the first entry: Wind warriors. Originally, this tune was released on Emphasys's Synthe Sector II music disk.

MRC Scene Music Remake Challenge

by snout on 23-12-2005, 00:59
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

More than a year ago, Wolf_ initiated this forum topic on our active MSX Forum, discussing whether or not it would be nice to re-arrange classic tunes originally composed by members of the MSX Community.

Poke's Airwaves #14 - Christmas special

by snout on 22-12-2005, 23:01
Topic: Music

Poke -1,170 has just broadcast a special Christmas episode of his Enschede FM radio show Airwaves, in which MSX tunes from composers such as DRM, wolf_, Meits, Chaos and Wiz can be heard.

MSX Game Cover poll closed, new poll up

by snout on 22-12-2005, 01:06
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

On November 1st we started the finale of the best MSX game cover megapoll.

MRC Newsletter 13 online

by snout on 22-12-2005, 00:17
Topic: MRC

In june we sent the 13th edition of the MSX Resource Center newsletter to the MRC members who subscribed to this service.

MSXdev'05: closed

by snout on 21-12-2005, 15:26
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

Yesterday the third edition of MSXdev, an MSX1 game development competition, was closed. Like last year, when the competition resulted in 16 new MSX1 games, the competition was a huge success. This year, no less than 21 brand new MSX1 games were released in the MSXdev'05 competition and all are worth playing.

Universe: Unknown (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:57
Topic: Software

The 20th and final entry to the succesful MSXdev'05 competition is Universe: Unknown an impressive shooter in the tradition of Konami's Gradius series developed by Infinite.

Namake's Bridgedrome (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:52
Topic: Software

The brand new MSX development team Buresto Faiya have released their first production: Namake's Bridgedrome - the quest for the pillow. This entry to the MSXdev'05 competition is an addictive puzzle game featuring a cute penguin who needs to finds its way.

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