MSX portfolios (sort of...) :-)

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By anonymous

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16-08-2003, 01:13

That just shows the power of MSX BASIC, man, I wouldn't have guessed it...

By MrRudi

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16-08-2003, 01:31

That just shows the power of MSX BASIC, man, I wouldn't have guessed it...

Yeah MSX-Basic rocks! Only few people actually believed me without frowning when I told them the BCF diskstations were written completely in basic. The Arranger disks, well that's not such a big deal, it's just a musicdisk...but all the BCF demo's! Those were just a matter of very smart coding.

By BiFi

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16-08-2003, 07:52

>>MSX1BSP (Can't tell you more about this)<<
That sounds like a MSX1 BullShit Product Wink Tongue
You might be surpirsed Tongue I do need to do some recoding on it since I've learned some very useful new techniques.

Also, you printed the Revolution disklabels (of which I still have a dozen or so!) SmileNope, but I did print the TNI Windows 95 disklabels. I've actually done so much with and for MSX it's hard to list them all and I probably forgot much more.

By BiFi

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16-08-2003, 07:56

hehe nicely found!
if I'm ever going to make an OS, it will be chaOS Tongue
It started as a little fun in #msx actually, but now it seems a quite realistic idea (I did have an idea for my own library system already, but this makes more sense anyway).

By BiFi

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16-08-2003, 08:02

LOL
I still swear by TNIOS, the project of our previous programmer Blackbird Smile
Too bad that one isn't as cleverly found ^^;
That name just came to me in a flash (at least to write it that way). I never intended it to be cleverly found... but I do admit it's very catching. Smile

By leesmapman

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16-08-2003, 09:37

I remember you could win something if you come up with the best name for the dragon mascot of Engine. Someone I knew from MSX Club Rijnstreek suggested "Sjaak de Draak". Unfortunately, he didn't win, I thought it was very good.

By leesmapman

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16-08-2003, 09:41

Oh and my portfolio:

Music:
Awesome demo 1, 2 + music discs
Moonblaster music discs
Moonsound music disc
Other musics for Sunrise discs and demos of friends

Coding in asm (yes really):
XCopy: the sound

Other:
alpha and beta test Moonblaster
head of Sunrinse Picture Disc (together with Remco, the other Moonsoft member)

By evulopah

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16-08-2003, 11:11

I have sum portfolio too:

All product are from Near Dark:

Graphics:

Music disk's:

Jarretenk
Near Dark
Near Dark 2 1/2

Disk magazine's:

D.I.S.K. all editions (especially headers)

Oh and D.I.S.K. means De Idiootste Software Krant oO

By MrRudi

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16-08-2003, 13:23

Oh and my portfolio:

Music:
Awesome demo 1, 2 + music discs
Moonblaster music discs
Moonsound music disc
Other musics for Sunrise discs and demos of friends

You also made music for Arranger 1 Coen! I think 2 songs, if I remember correctly.

By anonymous

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16-08-2003, 15:50

>>Also, you printed the Revolution disklabels (of which I still have a dozen or so!) Smile<did print the TNI Windows 95 disklabels. I've actually done so much with and for MSX it's hard to list them all and I probably forgot much more.
OH yeah! Tongue I still have those too Smile
Then WHO THE HELL PRINTED THE REVOLUTION LABELS?!?!?! Tongue

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