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Darkstone website - moved

by snout on 25-04-2006, 20:14
Topic: Websites

We have just updated the link to Darkstone in our section of links to MSX websites. The website, which contains information on MSX casemods (!) and Darkstone software, recently moved to a new location.

Multi Mente is a popular file management tool for MSX-DOS2, which is used by many people who have an IDE, SCSI or CompactFlash interface. Generally the tool is quite fast, but when copying many (sub)directories at a time, it can get quite annoying that Multi Mente asks for a confirmation each time a new directory on the target location is to be created.

Dumas - more information revealed

by konamiman on 22-04-2006, 17:38
Topic: Hardware

Konamiman and Daniel Berdugo have just revealed more information on the upcoming Dumas cartridge, which was announced in November 2005.

Zambeze

by mars2000you on 22-04-2006, 17:25
Topic: Software

The Spanish coder Degora has released Zambeze, a new MSX1 game initially intended to be released in the MSXdev'05 contest.

The ever growing retrogaming music archives of Retro PC Game Music were updated with the soundtrack of the Sharp X1 version of Falcom's side-scrolling RPG Sorcerian.

Penguin Adventure - Valley song by Hackurl

by snout on 17-04-2006, 15:25
Topic: Music

The Japanese chiptune composer Hackurl has released yet another MSX flavored music remake.

Chuckie Egg remake

by snout on 17-04-2006, 15:17
Topic: MSX Related
Tags: Remakes

In celebration of easter, Pub has released a remake of Chuckie Egg on the retro remakes forum. Originally, the game was released on various platforms, including an MSX release in 1985. The remake is based on the ZX-Spectrum version.

MSXdev'06

by viejo_archivero on 17-04-2006, 13:14
Topic: Software

And there it is, for the fourth year in a row: MSXdev, the annual MSX1 game development contest that took the MSX community by surprise.

J-War.net back online

by J-War on 17-04-2006, 12:50
Topic: Music

In and around 2004, J-War released many music remakes based on popular MSX game songs. Unfortunately, his website containing the remakes was taken offline a while ago. Now, J-War is back with a brand new website, containing all his music remakes so far.

fMSX/MAC 3.0.1

by snout on 16-04-2006, 18:33
Topic: Emulation

Richard Bannister has released a new version of fMSX/MAC and his Emulator Enhancer. The emulator is now released as an universal binary, also supporting Intel processors. Furthermore, the file handling code was rewritten so as to not use obsolete APIs.

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