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Cosmic Battle (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:48
Topic: Software

Frequent visitors of the MSX Resource Center already knew the preview version of Marison's Cosmic Battle.

Caverns of Titan (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:43
Topic: Software

José Luis Tur (jltursan), the developer of Viking has released his second entry to the MSXdev'05 competition. Caverns of Titan is an addictive and challenging platform game. The 16kB ROM comes with an English and Spanish manual and a cartridge label.

Parachuteless Joe (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:39
Topic: Software

Paxanga have released their entry to the MSXdev'05 competition called Parachuteless Joe. In this hilarious game you control Joe, a man who likes to jump out of airplanes. Can you manage to break his fall without the aid of a parachute?

In April 2005, Karoshi Corporation launched a forum at ProBoards in order to receive gamers' feedback and to help new developers. It resulted in an active discussion board with many active users and developers, mostly from Spain.

Apology MSX - Update

by snout on 21-12-2005, 13:57
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Arturo Ragozini sent us an update of Apology MSX, a 6-channel PSG replayer. This new version includes an Excel sheet that can be used as a tracker.

Palette editor 1.2

by snout on 21-12-2005, 03:26
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

BiFi has released a new version of Palette editior, a tool that allows you to change the palette of your MSX2 in order to make games that don't change the MSX palette (e.g. MSX1 games) different.

Stop the express remake

by snout on 20-12-2005, 17:55
Topic: MSX Related
Tags: Remakes

JDgames have released a remake of Hudson Soft's classic Stop the ITA express.

fmsxDS 0.05

by MsXgAmEs on 20-12-2005, 17:50
Topic: Emulation

Nyagosu has released a new version of fMSXDS, an MSX emulator for Nintendo DS.

Bombaman HQ moves

by Jorito on 20-12-2005, 01:11
Topic: Websites

Bombaman HQ will be no longer accessible through www.bombaman.net, starting on the 27th of January 2006. In stead, the Bombaman HQ will be available through www.teambomba.net/bombaman/ from now on.

New version of g9klib released

by Sonic_aka_T on 20-12-2005, 01:08
Topic: Development

Team Bomba's g9klib has recently been updated to version 0.60. With this great library you can easily develop assembly programs for the GFX9000. In this new version support for RAM fonts was added.

The accompanying tool, bmp2g9b, which you can use to create the g9b files the g9klib uses, has also been updated.

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