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MESS 0.77

by snout on 21-11-2003, 13:57
Topic: Emulation

A new version of MESS, the Multiple Emulator Super System was recently released for both win32 and *NIX. Finally, the MSX2 is no longer marked as a clone of the MSX computer system. It is still hard to get disk-emulation running however. MESS is based on MAME. Both emulators run the same core.

Newsletter 8 sent

by snout on 21-11-2003, 12:46
Topic: MRC

We have just sent our eight newsletter to all members who are subscribed to our mailing. We really had a huge amount of news since our last newsletter, which appeared at July 28th.

blueMSX 1.0.1

by snout on 21-11-2003, 12:31
Topic: Emulation

Today, a new MSX emulator was released: blueMSX 1.0.1. This emulator. based on fMSX 2.7, was developed by Daniel Vik. The emulator is very easy to use and, although this is the first official release, runs a lot of MSX software as it should.

Best MSX-MUSIC game song ever [round 4]

by snout on 20-11-2003, 00:21
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

We have only two more rounds of voting to go and then we will know which 2 of the following 6 songs will compete on the Best MSX game song ever frontpage poll. In this stage, every single vote counts. We invite you to enter the tournament, now!

MBFM Voice Manager

by wolf_ on 20-11-2003, 00:10
Topic: Development

In the past few days Wolf made a small utility that lets you insert your own FM voices in the default voicelist of MBFM. This is very handy since the default voicelist has stoneage voices (remember FAC soundtracker?), and most of them aren't really useful anyway. This (PC-) util is Public Domain, so enjoy!

requirements: Windows 9x or higher, a 1024x768 minimum resolution and a mouse

AcaBoom is very simple game written in BASIC. It runs on every MSX with at least 32KB (compatibility with 16KB MSX has not been tested, but will probably work). The aim of the game: you have to "explode" all the cells in the minimum amount of moves. If you perform a good record, submit it to Andrea, so others can try and beat it!

The game and its instructions are in English.

Commodore 64 vs MSX

by Latok on 19-11-2003, 11:57
Topic: MSX Related

Somewhere in the 80s of the 20th century, an enjoyable fight emerged between the users of two 8bit computers, Commodore 64 and MSX. That fight lasts until present day. Many of us remember having arguments with other schoolmates about which computer is better and why.

Tilburg 2004 announced

by snout on 18-11-2003, 22:04
Topic: Events

The organization of the annual MSX fair in Tilburg, CGV-Tilburg, have let us know their upcoming Big Computer Meeting will be held on April 24th, 2004. Soon the standholders of last year will receive a letter with more details and a stand-reservation form.

Omega's pages - moved

by snout on 18-11-2003, 20:49
Topic: Websites

Tristan Zondag, a.k.a. Omega has moved his website to http://www.omega.cistron.nl/. On his website you can find information on Funet, MSX Radio and several Moonsound songs he created.

MSX Info Pages - update

by snout on 18-11-2003, 20:47
Topic: Websites

Hans Otten has once again added several things to his MSX Info pages:

  • SVI 738 system disk archive
  • Telematch - the game and its sourcecode
  • ReMouse/NiceMouse software
  • German MSX-BASIC 3.0 ROMs (modified by Hans Oranje)

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