MSX MS-DOS Computer Magazine 32
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Contents

Introduction

Published in September 1989.

Link: http://www.msxcomputermagazine.nl/

MSX Main content

MSX/MS-DOS Computer Magazine 32

MSX Software

Note: Corresponding disk is MCMD31

Demos

MSX-BASIC loader Title Author Generation Notes
BLKJS1 Cans 1 (Blikjes 1) Martijn van Hecke MSX2
BLKJS2 Cans 2 (Blikjes 2) Martijn van Hecke MSX2
BLKJS3 Cans 3 (Blikjes 3) Martijn van Hecke MSX2 BLKJS2 modified by MCM
BLKJS4 Cans 4 (Blikjes 4) Martijn van Hecke MSX1 BLKJS2 for MSX1
GORDIJN Curtain (Gordijn) Nico Lubbers MSX2


Utilities

MSX-BASIC loader Title Author Generation Notes
ICP6 Input Checking Program version 6
(ICP - Invoer Controle Programma)
MCM MSX1
TRNSFR Transfer Markus The MSX1 Generates the MSX-DOS
file TRANSFER.COM


MSX Art Gallery

MCM 32 Art Gallery - FLAPPY2
MCM 32 Art Gallery - ROLLS
MCM 32 Art Gallery -UIL

See magazine, pages 22 and 23 - Pictures in screen 8 created by

  • E.Dierkx - FLAPPY2.PIC
  • E. van der Vlies - ROLLS.PIC
  • Jeroen Timmers - UIL.PIC and LESKI.PIC

These .PIC files are available on disk, with a screen 8 viewer (VERTOON).

MSX Public Domain disks

B12

Penguin is my name for MSX2.

See Penguin Demo by the BCF team.

B13

Starcom demo
Starcom demo
Starcom demo

Starcom demo for MSX2, created by Laurens Rutten (360kB version).

It includes digitized pictures in screen 8.

B14

MSXRTTY Intro
MSXRTTY - AUDIO picture
MSXRTTY - CONVERT picture

And now for something completely different

Utilities

BLOAD"name",R Title Author Generation Notes
MSXRTY.M01 MSX RTTY
(Telex Receive-Transmit)
Robert
Heerekop
MSX1 Requires RTTY converter, receiver
(and eventually transmitter)
See explanations in text file MSXRTTY.ASC
and two screen 6 files (only for MSX2),
provided in PIC and STP formats
Binaries .M02 and .M03 are identic to .M01