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During Event Eleven, right after the presentation of Project Melancholia (a new, English translation of SD-Snatcher) another game translation project was announced.

Visitors of Event Eleven and readers of this topic on our active MSX Forum already know the true meaning of the mysterious Project Melancholia.

Gandhara English v2

by snout on 12-11-2011, 13:12
Topic: Translations

Earlier this year, the highly productive MSX games translator Django released an improved version of his 2008 translation of

Ultima 3 English v1

by snout on 12-11-2011, 13:22
Topic: Translations
Tags: Django, Origin

Although 4 installments of Origin Systems' legendary Ultima series were released on MSX, these games never seemed to gain a lot of popularity among MSX users. One of the main setbacks, undoubdetly, was the language.

Ever wanted to translate that one MSX game you always liked so much but didn't have the technical skills to do so? BrMSX developer Ricardo Bittencourt has the solution in the form of a very extensive tutorial on translating MSX games.

ARCUS English

by RobertVroemisse on 29-11-2011, 12:19
Topic: Translations
Tags: Django, Wolfteam

When Wolfteam released their game ARCUS back in 1988, they could not have foreseen that some 23 years later, French MSX user Django would partially translate this piece of software to English.

Toho is most famous from their Asian movies and especially their Godzilla franchise.

Set sail in the first Django translation for 2012: Higemaru. HARRRRRRRRRRR!

People who attended Event Eleven or have read this announcement already know that Project Melancholia is a new translation of one of the most renowned MSX games to date:

Gandhara translation improved

by JohnHassink on 27-09-2011, 03:58
Topic: Translations

Back in 2008, the enthousiastic fan translator known as DJANGO gave us a partial translation of

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