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RS232 using MSX Joystick Port

by Danjovic on 22-01-2008, 21:01
Topic: Hardware

Danjovic has managed to write a bitbanged serial routine which is able to transmit data to a PC at speeds of up to 19200bps. In order to accomplish this a TTL to RS232 level shifter is needed, implemented using a transistor.

Using a small program it is possible to intercept the LPRINT hook used by MSX-BASIC to direct output to the serial port.

Nijmegen 2008 photo shoots

by snout on 22-01-2008, 15:28
Topic: Photo shoots

MSX Posse have updated their website with a large amount of pictures taken on the MSX fair in Nijmegen, which was held last Saturday. The photo shoot includes pictures taken by OeiOeiVogeltje and Malz.

MSX Taper 1.0

by snout on 22-01-2008, 15:22
Topic: Emulation

Today, cesco released the first version of MSX Taper, a nice utility that can be used to create, edit and manage MSX tape images (.CAS files) for use in MSX emulators.

Some days ago we reported about Kier Kracht's Nicolaasga-video from his new DVD with MSX fair videos. Since yesterday, MSX Posse has published a new video from Kier Kracht: the Dutch MSX fair in Almelo, 1991.

MSX Solutions - update

by wolf_ on 22-01-2008, 12:35
Topic: Websites

Cartographer only_69 has truly found a niche in the MSX scene with his maps.

Dutch MSX developers and fair regulars Deltasoft have updated their website. Their latest game Lucky Darts can now be ordered. Those who have visited the fair in Nijmegen, last weekend, have probably seen and/or played this game on the Deltasoft booth. Those who have already bought the game can download the manual from their website.

iMsx v.2

by andrear1979 on 20-01-2008, 17:00
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

The iMsx v.2 game launcher for BlueMSX is now available. iMsx was developed by Aci, an Italian MSX user, and can be downloaded here, in the "MSX Software" menu section.

PSPMSX 1.2.4

by MsXgAmEs on 20-01-2008, 00:18
Topic: Emulation

A new version of PSPMSX, an MSX emulator for the Playstation Portable, has been released.

Bitwise announce new Shockware software

by wolf_ on 17-01-2008, 15:47
Topic: Software

In anticipation to the MSX Fair Nijmegen 2008, Bitwise have announced that they again have a new Shockware title to release on the fair: Malaika, the smooth-scrolling platform game for MSX1 by

MSX Fair Nijmegen final reminder

by wolf_ on 16-01-2008, 23:33
Topic: Events

This weekend, on Saturday the 19th, the third installment of the annual MSX-fair in Nijmegen will be held. The list of participants and their activities is now complete:

  • openMSX Team - Demonstration of openMSX 0.6.3., the new Catapult and the debugger GUI.

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