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Binary Land remake

by snout on 29-10-2010, 23:35
Topic: MSX Related

Tardis Remakes have joined the GLBASIC NES/SNES remake competition with a remake of Hudson Soft's puzzle game Binary Land.

MSXDev '10 - Mission2Mir announced

by snout on 29-10-2010, 23:30
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

With about 3 months to go, and the first 3 entries completed, more and more MSX developers reveal that they have been working on an entry to MSXDev - the popular annual MSX game development competition.

DAQ PC demo 1

by wolf_ on 29-10-2010, 15:14
Topic: Software

Darkstone have just updated their freshly revamped website with a demo of another chapter in their DAQ series.

SCMD 2.1.10 and SCMD 1.12.2

by snout on 29-10-2010, 14:33
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Since we last reported about SCMD several new versions of this multichannel PCM and multichip soundplayer for MSX have been released. The most interesting is the release of a new branch with SCMD 2, which does need the R800 of the turboR for speed, but in return offers additional support for MSX-AUDIO.

Ablaze promo added to Downloads

by JohnHassink on 29-10-2010, 14:26
Topic: Software

About 13 years ago, an MSX developer named Cybernetic released a playable promo of a game that was to be a Nemesis styled shooter for MSX2, one that could scroll in multiple directions. Unfortunately, the game was never finished.

The third entry to Konamito's MSX-BASIC contest 2010 has just arrived: Tomás Baenas (Tomi) has created a nize platform puzzler called Trepón in which you are a little dragon who has to kill the evil ghosts and collect 35 hearts in order to rescue the princess.

FMPSG 014 - Mystic Aurora

by snout on 29-10-2010, 13:53
Topic: Music

Since we last reported about FMPSG, no less than 5 releases of these Japanese chiptune audio CDs were released. Each of these CDs contains one or more tracks composed with MSX soundchips by well known Japanese chiptune artists like Wiz, Beepboy and Chabinn.

Kotaku goes MSX

by snout on 28-10-2010, 12:18
Topic: Media

Kotaku, one of the most popular blogs on video gaming, have published a brief article on MSX. Although the article doesn't contain a lot of information, and nothing new to the average MSX fan, it's very nice to see MSX pop up on a website like this.

TimeMachine MSX

by snout on 28-10-2010, 11:19
Topic: Websites

On the web we spotted a nice Japanese website called TimeMachine MSX, which shows several decent quality pictures of popular Japanese MSX computers and their specifications. The website was added to our collection of links to MSX (related) websites.

Compile Heart and D4 Enterprise have come to an agreement which allows the Japanese game developer to create games based on Compile classics.

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