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The Maze of Galious: FRS patch

by sd_snatcher on 09-07-2011, 08:26
Topic: Software

Once again a patch for a popular game more than two decades old. Brazilian MSX fan sd_snatcher surely knows how to entertain his fellow MSX'fans. With great pride he presents us with a patch for Konami's platform classic Maze of Galious.

The MSX Cartridge Shop: Caos Begins on Cartridge

by Unregistered user on 04-03-2008, 22:59
Topic: Software

Only a couple of years ago, MSX cartridges belonged only to a distant past. But now, thanks to the efforts of skilled people in the MSX community, the cartridge production has strongly increased.

The MSX Cartridge Shop is a new web page dedicated to new products on cartridge for MSX.

Look! A three headed monkey! Guybrush Threepwood sets sail for MSX2

The Sorrow of Gadhlan'Thur

by ro on 10-07-2019, 13:20
Topic: Software

A new RPG-action game by Kai Magazine ready for market

Retroworks decided to port this promissing platformer & action game to MSX2.

PassionMSX has added the following software to their goodies database: partial translations (by Django) of the games Crimson 2, Crimson 3 and

Thunderbirds release plan

by TheKid on 15-10-2009, 19:04
Topic: Software

Delta Soft's development of Thunderbirds to the Rescue, the successor of Thunderbirds are Go released back in 1999, is going very well. They are planning to release it at the Nijmegen 2010 fair. The game will be sold as 13 disks, or a 64 MB compact flash version with many extras. Details will be revealed later this year.

Tiger Hash implementation for MSX

by Grauw on 15-06-2004, 09:23
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Laurens Holst (Grauw) has created an MSX/Z80 implementation of the Tiger hash algorithm. Tiger is a 64-bits hashing algorithm with a 192-bit key (24 bytes). You can find the programs TIGERSUM and TGRBENCH, one to calculate tiger hashes of files with and the other to run a benchmark, on his homepage.

Tiles of Shalom

by viejo_archivero on 06-06-2007, 23:19
Topic: Software

Jipe, the MSX developer who entered the contest earlier with the game Crazy MSX Frenchies, has decided to release Tiles of Shalom as a bonus. This game was actually his real first entry, but as the game contains direct graphic rips it was not an acceptable entry for the contest.

Time Out - playable demo

by JohnHassink on 18-08-2010, 00:28
Topic: Software

Spanish MSX developer Pepe Vila has released a new demo of his Time Out remake which we reported about a while ago.

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