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Massive Video update by Vampier

by Hydragon on 02-06-2010, 22:30
Topic: Websites

Recently Vampier has been very busy with his obsessive hobby of making MSX videos. Ever since openMSX has a reverse feature, recording games in crystal clear sound and razor sharp HD graphics became Vampier's core business.

MSX Solutions - Monster's Fair

by Hydragon on 24-05-2010, 15:31
Topic: Websites

Brazilian map maker only_69 strikes again with another mapped game after a period of silence. This time only_69 mapped the shoot'em up game Monster's Fair, which was released by Toho in 1986.

CheatMSX updated

by Hydragon on 24-05-2010, 14:50
Topic: Websites

After a period of silence, CheatMSX was updated with the following changes:

MSX BASIC game videos

by hap on 05-05-2010, 23:20
Topic: Websites

Manuel Bilderbeek, the curious MSX fan and devoted openMSX developer, is lately reminiscencing about old MSX Basic games, as we all do some time.

Carlos Maidana's site dedicated to MSX is back online with a new blog layout focused on hardware and software projects for MSX. To celebrate this rebirth, two brand new articles have been published. The first one is about a memory upgrade from 128kB to 512kB for a Talent TPC-310 -an MSX2 computer- suitable for any other MSX computer with the S1985 engine.

CheatMSX - Undeadline map

by wolf_ on 26-02-2010, 14:37
Topic: Websites

It's been a while since we heard from map regular MSX Solutions, and some people may get a bit nervous from this lack of maps in recent months. It's almost like smokers missing their daily shot of nicotine! But, have no fear, JohnHassink is here!

Antarctic Adventure weirdness review

by hap on 09-02-2010, 20:25
Topic: Websites

With Vampier generating half of the MSX game videos on YouTube, of which half gets posted to MRC by MSX- and YouTube fan wolf_, it's unexpected to witness yourself reading this newspost.

Raymond's MSX pagina

by hap on 01-02-2010, 23:04
Topic: Websites

Raymond, not our favourite bird, but the Dutch guy with the big MSX tattoo on his leg, created a new personal website. Unfortunately for non-Dutchies, the tale about the legendary MSX tattoo will remain a mystery, because its carrier's homepage is in Dutch.

Vampier videos: The Maze of Galious

by wolf_ on 31-01-2010, 21:37
Topic: Websites

Currently, Vampier is creating more videos than mankind has time to watch them. His latest output is a walkthrough of Konami's legendary MSX1 platformer The Maze of Galious.

MSXPró 11th anniversary

by MSXPro on 04-01-2010, 21:23
Topic: Websites

To celebrate its 11th anniversary, MSXPró presents an update of the website.

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