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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.

UniPT2Player

by snout on 13-02-2005, 19:15
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Surgey Bulba, the developer of Vortex Tracker II, has released a Universal .PT2 player for both MSX and ZX-Spectrum. Thanks to Surgey, both PT3 files (using one of these PT3 tools) and PT2 files can be played on MSX computers.

UniPT2Player - Release 1

by snout on 27-02-2005, 14:31
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Surgey Bulba, the developer of Vortex Tracker II, has released a new version of his Universal .PT2 player for MSX and ZX-Spectrum. This new version is a bit smaller, more optimized and includes PT2TIME, which can be used to determine the song length of a .PT2 file. You can find the UniPT2PLayer in the 'programmers' section of his website.

Universe Unknown Final - bugfix

by snout on 28-05-2006, 01:32
Topic: Software

After releasing the final version of Universe: Unknown, another bug was discovered in Infinite's impressive shooter. The mid restart-point in level 6 was placed in the middle of a wall. In the version released just now, this bug was fixed.

Universe Unknown: final

by snout on 02-05-2006, 20:23
Topic: Software

After several weeks of additional development -and admittedly a break of a few months- Infinite released the final version of Universe: Unknown, the horizontal shooter which, based on points from the juryreport, became runner-up in the

Universe: Unknown (MSXdev'05 game)

by snout on 21-12-2005, 14:57
Topic: Software

The 20th and final entry to the succesful MSXdev'05 competition is Universe: Unknown an impressive shooter in the tradition of Konami's Gradius series developed by Infinite.

An interesting new project by Darkstone

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