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ObsoNET: ethernet for MSX

by Latok on 15-08-2004, 11:05
Topic: Hardware

Source: MSX Mailinglist

It has been talked about quite a lot in the past. Wouldn't it be great to have an ethernet card for MSX so you can integrate your beloved computer in your home network and be able to surf the internet in a very easy way?

Webshop improved

by snout on 15-08-2004, 01:07
Topic: MRC

The MSX Resource Center Webshop has been online since September 2003. As of today we have implemented several improvements to the Webshop, which should make your online MSX sofware purchasing experience more pleasant than ever before.

2004 minigame compo

by snout on 14-08-2004, 22:19
Topic: Development

For the fourth year in a row an international multi-platform minigame competition is being held over here. The purpose of this competition is to create either a 1K or 4K game on NES, Plus/4, Atari 800, Atari 2600, Commodore 64/128 or VIC-20, Apple 2 or MSX.

More than a year ago Iwein van Caelenberg suddenly stopped hosting the msx2.com domain and all the websites that were hosting on his webserver. Ever since then the MSX software created by the Finnish MSX developer Nyyrikki have been hard to find on the internet.

Henk Bosman announced in our forums his Mopi Ranger Remake is very close to completion. Mopi Ranger was originally released by Konami in 1985 and now, almost 20 years later, there's this win32 remake of it.

MSXdev'05 - Coming soon

by snout on 13-08-2004, 14:39
Topic: Development

Yesterday the extremely succesful MSXdev'04 competition was closed. The competition, that ran for 6 months, resulted in 16 new 8kB MSX1 games. Robsy had already announced there would be a follow-up in 2005, of which he has just disclosed the first details on the MSXposse forums.

MSXdev'04 - Closed

by snout on 12-08-2004, 02:21
Topic: Software

Two hours ago the MSXdev'04 competition closed. The MSX1 game development contest turned out to be a huge success with a grand total of 16 new MSX1 games released since the contest started in february.

Vscreen 0.8

by snout on 10-08-2004, 23:24
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

After releasing an alpha version 6 weeks ago, Olivier Hustin started working on version 0.8 of his versatile smooth-scrolling platform game engine called Vscreen.

Both the HispaMSX mailing list and HispaMSX.org website are now offering RSS feeds, so their visitors can add the lastest email topics and hispamsx.org newsposts to their website or RSS client.

You can find these RSS feeds at:

  • HispaMSX (RSS 2.0):

MSX in the Media: 18th nominee

by snout on 09-08-2004, 23:24
Topic: Media

The Spanish computer news website MeriStation have published a 10 page article on one of Japans most important game developer companies ever: Konami.

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