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Squeek in

by snout on 31-03-2007, 01:08
Topic: MSX Revival

Bazix have re-released ANMA's debut game Squeek on On MSX, this game - one of the first in a large wave of Dutch scene game releases - was released in 1991.

Awesome 1

by snout on 30-03-2007, 14:30
Topic: Music

Arnold Oudshoorn sent us a nice addition to our collection of freeware MSX downloads, the breakthrough Moonsoft music disk Awesome 1, the first music disk to support MSX-AUDIO and MSX-MUSIC simultaneously, in stereo.

MSX Unleashed - ROM version

by dvik on 30-03-2007, 13:26
Topic: Software

By popular demand, Daniel Vik has decided to create a ROM version of the impressive MSX1 demo MSX Unleashed.

Amusement Center have re-released a game bundle containing both Taito's classic shooter Scramble Formation and Frontline in

Amusement Center have re-released a game bundle containing both Taito's classic shooter Gyrodine and Elevator Action in


by snout on 30-03-2007, 12:58
Topic: Hardware

Zett has released two videos demonstrating a second version of his ZettCube, a 'display' made out of 8x4x4 leds, powered and controlled by MSX through the printerport. The ZettCube was developed in co-operation with Emil Sokolowski.

The classic one-custom-voice limitation of the MSX-Music didn't stop companies like Microcabin to produce exceptional music. Yet there are days you'd wish this limitation wasn't there. Thanks to a new VM2413 mode in the One Chip MSX, this limitation is no more!

The smooth-scrolling horizontal shooter Hydefos, released for MSX2 by Hertz in 1989, was added to Project EGG.

Peashooter 1.0 beta2

by snout on 26-03-2007, 23:41
Topic: Emulation

A few days ago Cesco released a new version of PeaShooter, a launcher for openMSX in Mac OS X. This new version fixes many bugs.

Today it has been exactly three years since Wolf_ last released a game music rearrangement.

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