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The ever growing retrogaming music archives of Retro PC Game Music were updated with the soundtrack of Konami's classic adventure game Snatcher (PC-8801 version).

MVM meeting june 2007 photo shoot

by snout on 17-06-2007, 11:39
Topic: Photo shoots

MSX Posse have published a photo shoot taken on the most recent meeting of MSX Vriendenclub Mariënbert, which was held on June 9th. You can have a look at the photo shoot right here.

MEGA-Challenge #01: Ball Quest

by snout on 17-06-2007, 02:03
Topic: Software

Ladies and gentlemen: we've got him! The first entry to the MSX Resource Center MEGA Challenge has been submitted.

Italo Challenge - closed

by snout on 17-06-2007, 01:33
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

Due to personal circumstances it took a long, long time but here they finally are: the (few) entries to the Italo challenge, started way back in September 2006.

fMSX-Symbian 3.3

by fms on 14-06-2007, 14:55
Topic: Emulation

fMSX-Symbian 3.3 has just been released. It will work on any 3rd Edition S60 phone from Nokia or its partners.

4 new Moonsound songs and a redux by MoA

by snout on 13-06-2007, 14:30
Topic: Music

Jan-Lieuwe Koopmans - an MSX composer better known as MoA sent us 5 songs composed for the Sunrise's Moonsound (OPL4), which have just been added to our freeware MSX downloads corner.

Screen 2 converter

by snout on 13-06-2007, 14:11
Topic: Development

ARTRAG has sent us a nice utility which we have just added to our MSX downloads corner.

One Chip MSX Western Edition postponed

by KdL on 12-06-2007, 17:45
Topic: MSX Revival

Yesterday, Bazix have informed their customers and people subscribed to the One Chip MSX Newsletter that the production of the One Chip MSX for the Western Market has, unfortunately, been postponed until further notice.

The Japanese chiptune composer Hackurl has released yet another MSX flavored music remake. This time, he made an MSX rearrangement of one of the songs from Konami's arcade game Exciting Soccer

fMSX/Mac 3.0.3

by snout on 12-06-2007, 17:33
Topic: Emulation

Richard Bannister has released a new version of fMSX/MAC, changing the following:

  • Fixed a nasty crash that could occur when using high requirement blitters (HQ4x/etc) on slower multiprocessor machines
  • Added a hidden preferences option to disable the informat

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