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Carmen Sandiego MSX - preview

by snout on 17-01-2007, 01:21
Topic: Software

SLotman has released a new preview of his upcoming game Carmen Sandiego MSX, an MSX port of this popular Carmen Sandiego game.

JEmu2 4.0

by snout on 17-01-2007, 01:16
Topic: Emulation

A new version of JEmu2, a Java based emulator of several arcade, console and homecomputer platforms has just been released. The emulator also offers MSX and MSX2 emulation.

Delta Soft update website

by snout on 17-01-2007, 01:14
Topic: Websites

Last week, Delta Soft updated their website with an updated preview page of their upcoming game Lucky Darts, a darts game for MSX2. Furthermore a few game hints/cheats of their recently released game Konami Quiz 2 were revealed.

Matra launch Shockware service

by [D-Tail] on 15-01-2007, 21:39
Topic: Hardware

Starting today, Matra launched its new Shockware service. Similar to INK: Exxon Surfing, which they released last year, games released in the Shockware programme are new MSX games on cartridge(!).

No Fuss in WOOMB.net

by Bart on 12-01-2007, 00:37
Topic: MSX Revival

After releasing ANMA's Frantic, Nosh and Troxx in WOOMB.net, Bazix added No Fuss to WOOMB.net as well.

RetrOss cancelled

by snout on 09-01-2007, 22:34
Topic: Events

The organization of the RetrOss fair have just announced their retro meeting, originally planned for January 27th, has been canceled.

Kralizec have updated their website with a new design. Celebrating this restyle, they have declared their games Bomb Jack, Dahku and Kralizec Tetris freeware. You can download them all on the new Kralizec website.

Product of hearts - in the 6th sense

by snout on 08-01-2007, 18:01
Topic: Software

The Japanese group Target Area/Rabbit Soft Workers have released a new turboR game called Product of Hearts - in the 6h sense, which you can download for free in the MSX corner of their website.

fMSX 3.1 source code released

by snout on 08-01-2007, 17:57
Topic: Emulation

Following the binary releases of fMSX 3.1 last week, Marat Fayzullin has now put the most recent source code of his portable MSX emulator on-line. You can get the sources and/or the latest Z80 emulation core on the fMSX website.

During the Comiket market, which was held a week ago, D4E offered a limited edition of the One Chip MSX, painted in traditional style by Japanese pottery artists.

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