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Bazix have re-released the Micro Cabin RPG classic Xak in a completely retranslated edition on

Chabinn has released a re-arrangement of a BGM from Fantasm Soldier Valis, an action game series from Telenet Japan that recently caught attention with the announcement of the adult

BiFi has released a tool with which you can synchronize the filenames of self-made levels for Konami's classic platform-puzzler King's Valley 2.

MSX Screen Conversor 0.7

by snout on 27-02-2007, 17:13
Topic: Development

Rafael Jannone has released a new version of the MSX Screen Conversor - an online toolkit to convert JPG, PNG and GIF files from up to 400kb to SCREEN 2, 5, 6, 8 and 12.

SCMD 1.09.3

by snout on 27-02-2007, 17:11
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

A new version of SCMD, the multichannel PCM and multichip soundplayer for MSX has been released. In this release, a bug that corrupted addressing when using the Y command on a turboR was fixed. The SCMD player allows you to play multiple samples on one or even two SCC cartridges at the same time, which is similar to playing MOD-files.

openMSX Control 0.2.2

by snout on 27-02-2007, 17:08
Topic: Emulation

Rafael Jannone has released a new version of openMSX Control, a plugin for Gedit that makes it easy to develop and test MSX-BASIC programs in

PSPMSX 1.0.7

by MsXgAmEs on 27-02-2007, 17:04
Topic: Emulation

A new edition of PSPMSX, an MSX emulator for Sony PSP. Changes in this version:

  • A new graphical engine with new smoother render modes.

Atomic FE Launcher

by snout on 27-02-2007, 16:59
Topic: Emulation

PassionMSX have published a short article on how to use the generic Atomic FE launcher, a front-end for multi-emulators, with blueMSX.

Oil's Well Redrilled

by snout on 27-02-2007, 16:56
Topic: MSX Related
Tags: Remakes

Firestorm Productions (Prospero) has released a remake of Sierra's classic action/dexterity game Oil's well, which was released on MSX in 1985.

MSX Jaú 2004 video

by snout on 27-02-2007, 16:51
Topic: Photo shoots

MSXfiles has published a video taken during the 2004 MSX Jaú meeting in Jaú, Brazil on YouTube. The video shows the 'MSX in FPGA' from Dal Poz in action. You can watch the video over here.

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