Ricardo Bittencourt has succeeded in creating a user-controleable flame demo in just 256 bytes. You can download this tiny yet impressive demo at Ricardo's site. To give you an idea of how small this program is: this newspost is exactly 256 bytes long. Amazing, isn't it?
A new entry for the 25th Anniversary MSX-BASIC contest, organized by Konamito.com, has been released. FarAwayCorporation, a group consisting out of Gobblin, msxdummie and tanoki, have decided to join their efforts with this entry as result: Space Scape! In this game, things couldn't have been worse: stuck on Mars.
A new entry for the 25th Anniversary MSX-BASIC contest, organized by Konamito.com has been presented to the world yesterday: UFO. In this heavily retro-styled game, made by French MSX user MSXosaure, the objective is all about saving humanity from invaders from outer space.
Karoshi Corporation has joined 2KBOS mini-game development contest with G-MONKEY, an MSX adaptation of the well known Microsoft's Q-basic Gorillas. In this game, each player has to hit the other monkey with explosive bananas, adjusting angle and speed. The first player to score five points wins.
The source code will be released along with the final version of the game.