Which MSX emulator is this ?

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By Sylvester

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28-10-2006, 23:37

Hi, while I was browsing some actions on yahoo, I saw this screenshot:

img189.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/users/7/5/0/6/ebebe0518-img600x505-1159454772dew2.jpg

What emulator is this ? because it seems to support TurboR.

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By mars2000you

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28-10-2006, 23:43

Can you give the link to Yahoo auction ?

By Abi

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28-10-2006, 23:56

it looks like the official ASCII MSX emulator: MSXplayer.
Yep that must it be Wink

By rolins

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29-10-2006, 00:05

What game is that btw?

By Gilneas2

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29-10-2006, 00:14

As it says, Dewoman, Tagoo has a page of it: Tagoo link
Even the Kanji's are the same, so it's definitely it.

By Samor

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29-10-2006, 00:59

Abi's right...more specifically, it seems to be the gamereader version of MSXPLAYer.

By mars2000you

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29-10-2006, 01:24

Interesting ... so this version has a save state system ... Is it available for each game or only for some games ???

By Samor

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29-10-2006, 01:54

for each... at least, it worked for everything I tried.

By snout

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29-10-2006, 12:43

It's MSXPLAYer indeed. (Which is from MSX Association, not ASCII, by the way). Do I even have to mention the MSXPLAYer in WOOMB has support for savegames as well? :)

By mars2000you

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29-10-2006, 13:08

For me, it's a very important thing and it could change my point of view about the MSXPLAYer.

But I don't understand why WOOMB website does not include a page that should present the features of the MSXPLAYer.

By AuroraMSX

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29-10-2006, 14:47

What emulator is this ? because it seems to support TurboR.If you're looking for an emulator with turboR support, you can just use blueMSX or openMSX ...

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