Tokamoka MSX Collection

Tokamoka MSX Collection

by hamlet on 24-12-2017, 23:07
Topic: Software

In the 80s and early 90s Timo Poikela created various software under the nickname Tokamoka in Finland. Some of them were released as program listings on the Finnish computer magazine, MikroBitti, while the rest never got any proper releases.
His son Miikka, known as MP83, compiled Tokamoka's MSX games into one neat collection, a disk image including a menu launcher, based on his dad's code.

Download link: MRC DB

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Comments (10)

By Konamito

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25-12-2017, 13:03

Awesome story: kid making a homage to his father's work.

Cool games BTW!

By Pippo

Champion (425)

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25-12-2017, 13:37

Nice collection.
The Cover is particularly beautiful and suggestive. Smile
Thank you very much for sharing. Smile

By Philip

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25-12-2017, 16:02

Very nice such a nice homage to your father right in time for Christmas !

By MSX4ever

Master (180)

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25-12-2017, 16:13

Thank you very much for sharing.


By tfh

Paragon (1937)

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26-12-2017, 13:50

Upon request of MP83:

So now everyone can have a quick look online in their (mobile) browser. Have fun! :)

By Samor

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28-12-2017, 17:28

very nice, thank you Smile

By ren

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30-12-2017, 17:47

Very nice, thanks for sharing & congrats on the realisation @MP83!

By MP83

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30-12-2017, 18:52

Thanks for the kind comments, everyone! I'm so happy that my dad's games are finally made widely available. Smile Special thanks to NYYRIKKI for helping me with this collection (Finnish font + making the games running on more systems).

I'm now in progress of making a limited run of physical disks, if anyone is interested in buying. Nothing too fancy, but they will have custom-made floppy disk labels and floppy disk sized slipcases (photo coming later). Not sure yet about the pricing, or if any of you guys would be interested in this. Wink

By hamlet

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30-12-2017, 22:55

Yeah, I would and for sure others, too. Maybe we could sell some at our both in Nijmegen.

By tfh

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01-01-2018, 23:51

For your information: the disk was played 77 times on in those few days of December!