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On December 28th, 2003, just a bit less than a year ago, we celebrated the fact our NedStat counter, which has been counting visits to the MSX Resource Center ever since August 1996, passed the 1,000,000 visits barrier.

2,500 members at the MRC

by snout on 27-01-2005, 11:58
Topic: MRC
Tags: Milestones

A bit more than 6 months ago we welcomed the 2,000th member registering an account at the MRC. After some cleaning up, removing several invalid accounts, we slowly headed for the next milestone. As of today, the MRC memberbase consists out of no less than 2,500 members.

2003 - Downloads top 25

by snout on 31-12-2003, 02:01
Topic: MRC

Ever since we introduced our freeware downloads database, we have been posting top 10 charts every month. As we are approaching the end of the year, we thought it would be nice to do a bit more than that. So here it is, the 2003 downloads top 25. Not only do we list more files, we also give some extra information on each file this time.

2005 Cracking Challenge

by [WYZ] on 11-05-2005, 21:32
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

[WYZ] has set up a nice 'Cracking Challenge' for all you programmers out there. On the Karoshi forums you can find a link to a CRACKME.BIN file. What's in a name...

Running the file gives you a request for a name and a registry number. The challenge is to find out both this name and the registry number.

With the minutes ticking away, Compjoetania have just made it! They are responsible for the 21st entry to the MRC Snowfall Challenge and it's a very cool one. Snow is falling in a great way, accompanied by beautiful landscapes. There is a lot more than just snow, though. It's definitely worth checking out.

The MRC snowfall challenge closes tonight at 23:59 CET.

23rd entry to the MRC Snowfall Challenge:

by Latok on 06-01-2004, 00:17
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

The MRC Snowfall Challenge has closed and in the final minutes, a lot of demos have come in. Quibus and Aurora, who teamed up as Quibora, bring us the 23rd entry. It is completely written in C and shows us snow as we see it on televisions.

24th Snowfall Challenge demo by Jalu

by Bart on 06-01-2004, 00:10
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

Jan Lukens, a.k.a. Jalu just entered the challenge with his 414bytes large BASIC snowfall demo. Jalu tells us to grab our TurboR's if we like speed, but it'll run just fine on any MSX 2+.

On the 27th of June this year, the 25th anniversary of our beloved MSX will be celebrated. At Konamito.com this is celebrated by an MSX-BASIC game competition. A maximum of ten lines of BASIC code is allowed, other than that, the theme is free to choose but there are some other rules to be obeyed when participating.

Here's the 25th entry to the MRC Snowfall Challenge and it's not even the last. It is a very special one, though. GuyveR800 surprises us with his 'HI-SPEC SNOWFALL'. The title says it all.

2KBOS contest announced

by pitpan on 04-03-2008, 13:10
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

A new contest has been announced at the Karoshi forum! This new contest is a mini-game development contest that aims to provide a collection of Open Source 2KB games with commented code that will encourage new developers to join and will provide a valuable resource to improve assembly programming skills.

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