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Newsletter #3

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello msx.org members!

Welcome to the third edition of our members-only newsletter.
This time we do not only have a summary of the news we had
in the past weeks, we also have some newsletter-only stuff.
We hope you enjoy it!

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Newsletter #4

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello msx.org members!

Welcome to the fourth edition of our members-only newsletter.
We really had a tremendous amount of news postings since the
previous newsletter so we figured it was about time to fill you
in on the most important events of the past months.

Newsletter #5

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello MSX Resource Center friends,

Finally we have found the spare time to write you some things about the latest MSX news. A lot has happened since our last newsletter, which was sent just before the MSX Revival started. But not only the MSX revival gave us a lot of work to do.

Newsletter #6

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello MSX Resource Center friends,

Welcome to our sixth edition of the MSX Resource Center Newsletter. Once again, we have gathered the most important news since our last newsletter. Because our previous newsletter was on the long side, we have made a rough
selection this time.

Newsletter #7

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello MSX Resource Center friends,

Welcome to the seventh edition of the MSX Resource Center Newsletter. Once again, we have gathered the most important news since our last newsletter. Usually, we start with some news related to our website, but this time we first want to dedicate some attention to the fact that the MSX standard has
celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Newsletter #8

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

And they thought MSX was dead... here's another MSX Resource Center newsletter to prove 'them' wrong. Once again we bring you a summary of the latest news. Clearly, there is a lot going on in the MSX Community. The amount of visitors that reach our website seems to be increasing every day and we never before had so many news posts in such a short time span.

Newsletter #9

by MSX Resource Center on 18-12-2002, 00:50

Hello hello, and welcome to the ninth MSX Resource Center newsletter. So here we are once again with a load of MSX news, just before we enter the new year. As usual, we have quite a lot of news for you, so lets get started!

First of all, we'd like to draw your attention to a little competition we have going on at the moment. The MRC Snowfall Challenge.

NLMSX 0.48

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2005, 00:00

NLMSX was one of the first emulators to offer turboR and Moonsound emulation and its straight-forward GUI have made it the first choice in MSX emulation to many. Essentially, NLMSX offers all features a normal gamer needs, but little more. A simple menu allows the user to select ROM or DSK images to run.

NO$MSX 1.5

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2005, 00:00

The first version of NO$MSX was released in 1999. Right from the start it aimed at being a decent MSX emulator for developers, which shows as the first thing you see after starting the emulator is the built-in debugger. This debugger always runs in the background. With NO$MSX it's possible to watch and change the memory, registers, flags and I/O map of the emulated MSX computer. Real-time.

openMSX 0.5.1

by MSX Resource Center on 21-04-2005, 00:00

openMSX is an opensource MSX emulator that aims to emulate every aspect of the MSX computer to perfection. This means that not only the usual MSX computers and hardware are supported, but rare hardware like the Panasonic MSX-Audio, MegaRAM, RS232 and even Sunrise's IDE interface can be emulated. Furthermore, the emulator is capable of emulating a wide range of MSX machines specifically.

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