Development

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"RMD" - a new vertical shooter

by ro on 26-03-2017, 13:50
Topic: Development
Tags: game, rmd, Shooter

Naoki Ito releases his latest MSX game

2004 minigame compo

by snout on 14-08-2004, 22:19
Topic: Development

For the fourth year in a row an international multi-platform minigame competition is being held over here. The purpose of this competition is to create either a 1K or 4K game on NES, Plus/4, Atari 800, Atari 2600, Commodore 64/128 or VIC-20, Apple 2 or MSX.

Pixel artist Justin Cyr created no less than five hundred 32x32 women's portrait studies in the MSX Palette.

8-BIT Graphic Coder for the MSX2

by snout on 18-07-2009, 12:24
Topic: Development

Vampier has released a useful graphic editor he developed in cooperation with BiFi.

AdaptSC5 palette reorganizer

by Meits on 21-10-2012, 19:54
Topic: Development
Tags: palette, screen 5

Editing gfx for MSX on a PC is one. Converting it to screen 5 is two. But the palette. That's always hard third.

New MSX game from Brazil

Alien Attack

by ro on 09-04-2020, 19:26
Topic: Development

A new shooter from cbsfox for our 8-bit box.

Alien Attack

by defdanny on 04-07-2020, 22:19
Topic: Development
Tags: cbsfox, shmup, Shooter

What a shooter!

ASCII MSX C page

by msxhans on 23-05-2002, 19:36
Topic: Development

Not new, but perhaps unknown: a website dedicated to the ASCIII MSX C compiler at http://fvu.myweb.nl/Projects/Msx/Web/msx.htm. The pages are written by Freddy Vulto. Here you will find not only information about this official MSX C compiler, also example programs and utilities like MAKE utilities.

ASM's GFX9000/turboR game Ghost 'n Goblins gets more and more features complete, with the addition of an SCC soundtrack composed in TriloTracker.

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