Darkstone is entering #MSXDEV 2012 with a new game: Pixiedust
A new year, new ideas, new initiatives, in short: a new contest!
The first entry to the very first #msxdev compo comes from Aetherbyte. It's a platform game for MSX2 that supports MSX-MUSIC.
Pixiedust is a vertical scrolling dexterity game from Darkstone, released as an entry to the #msxdev compo of 2012.
Flying Bytes return to the MSX community with No Pressure, a scroll and logo demo for MSX2 and higher.
Gamecast Entertainment's Burner Burst is their first of two entries to the 2012 #msxdev competition. It's an open-source maze game that comes with a level editor.
Baruko is Gamecast Entertainment's second entry to the #msxdev competition, an open-source maze game for MSX1 computers and higher with 128kB RAM.
Brand new MSX developer syn released Barebone Bullets, a technical showcase of what can be done after several weeks of learning assembly.
The final #msxdev 2012 entry comes from TNI, who display their skills in an MSX2 demo called Third Screen.
The registration to the #msxdev Compo 2012 is closed. Let´s have a look at the participants.
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