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Tronkotron

by AuroraMSX on 31-03-2008, 20:36
Topic: Software

The second entry to Konamito's 25th anniversary MSX-BASIC challenge is Tronkotron by UnAz. It is a version of TRON: as you steer your motorbike through the field you leave a trail behind you.

TRUN - New MSX game

by Poltergeist on 23-07-2016, 12:51
Topic: Software

Again the classic game of motorcycle-of-light

There's this odd phenomenon in which young children want to grow up, and where young adults want to feel younger again. Does this phenomenon also apply to the former Future Disk crew? It sure does, Hydragon has provided all the proof you need.

TuNzIp v0.9 released

by syn on 16-07-2015, 00:07
Topic: Software

Extract modern ZIP files on your MSX fast and easily!

TuNzIp v0.91 released

by syn on 24-10-2015, 21:42
Topic: Software

An update with bugfixes and speed improvement.

Tutankham

by mtini on 16-10-2008, 12:45
Topic: Software

MSX History was just updated with a new article for the Tutankham conversion made by Muffie, as it was announced earlier this week.

Two new Coleco conversions from Muffie

by muffie on 17-10-2008, 14:52
Topic: Software

Muffie, a programmer from Brazil who has recently introduced himself to the world with the release of Tutankham, has just finished two new MSX games that were ported from the Coleco: Pepper 2 and Montezuma.

TwoFun beta

by wolf_ on 29-02-2008, 17:10
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

For a while already, classic MSX soundchips rule the scene again. Partly due to the MSXdev contests and partly due to the availability of such tools as Vortex Tracker, the PSG is currently in its renaissance days.

TwoFun beta 2

by wolf_ on 09-08-2008, 11:54
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

According to their website, XL2s has released a new version of TwoFun, their under-construction PSG/SCC tracker. This project's interface is based on their other project RealFun with a few PT3 influences. No information is given regarding what's new though, best would be to get it and try it out yourself.

In the late nineties the first part of Umax's massive RPG Realms of Adventure was released. Right from the start it was the intention to release new parts of the RPG periodically, but unfortunately the second part of Realms of Adventure was never finished.

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