SG2MSX: SG-1000 game loader for MSX-DOS

by hap on 02-08-2014, 23:52
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Tiny Yarou released an SG-1000 game loader for MSX-DOS in only 220 bytes. The Sega SG-1000 is very similar in configuration to an MSX1, but uses different RAM/ROM addresses and sizes, a different port for VDP access, a different soundchip and different gamepad input. The latest version, released on June 26th, improves conversion accuracy, and adds an option to set the conversion level. You can see the loader in action right here.

Relevant link: SG2MSX website

Comments (7)

By Vampier

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06-08-2014, 01:59

Very nice!

here is a quick video I made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvl-yhXlCZw

By spl

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25-10-2014, 20:43

Have you tried to play Sega Flipper? I don't know how to lauch the ball...

By riquet

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26-10-2014, 15:52

pull the joystick and press 1st button Wink

By spl

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27-10-2014, 03:43

Well, finally I've used the other loader, "SG1000" from gdx and now it works well Big smile

PS: Do you know what are the options /VCI from SG2MSX?

By gdx

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01-07-2015, 10:36

No time for that but Tiny Yarou can take my source code to make a mix with hers.

By elenamancuso

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02-05-2016, 20:52

Choplifter looks like in this video at 02:34 on my MSX1 Philips+external floppy
http://www.mobislate.com/watch/RPkLTV1Dl4M

By nitrofurano

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26-05-2016, 13:32

only 220 bytes, and even converting sn76489 to ay-3-8910? it’s really amazing! (specially seeing that i’m still struggling to play ay-3-8910 .vgm files into sn76489 and vice-versa! Big smile )