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Square Enix have announced they will release Final Fantasy I-II for Nintendo's Gameboy Advance. Originally released for the Famicom (NES) in 1987, Final Fantasy also found its way to the MSX computer 2 years later.

Most underrated MSX game [round 1]

by snout on 14-04-2004, 00:03
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

The first round of forum-voting of our current mega-poll has just begun. You can help us in our quest for the most underrated MSX game in the world. Cast your votes in this forum thread, where you can find the votesheet with all 112 nominees and an explanation of the voting system. Happy voting!

MSX VIEWer 1.00b updated

by snout on 13-04-2004, 11:38
Topic: Development

A new version of the MSX BASIC listing viewer for Windows, MSX VIEWer, was released yesterday. In this new version several minor bugs were fixed.

Girls Garden for MSX

by snout on 13-04-2004, 10:27
Topic: Software

Ricardo Bittencourt is currently developing an MSX port of the 1984 Sega game Girls Garden. Today he released a demo of this upcoming port, which can be obtained by signing up as a member to his mailinglist

MSXplug 2004-04-11

by snout on 13-04-2004, 09:54
Topic: MSX Related

A new version of MSXplug, an MSX soundchip emulation plugin for WinAmp and KbMedia Player has been released.

Portuguese translators wanted

by snout on 12-04-2004, 21:30
Topic: MRC

After succesfully introducing a Spanish and Dutch version of our website, we feel it is time to add the next language.

Konami have released a new trailer of their upcoming game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. The 12 minute E3 trailer and the Tokyo Gameshow trailer already revealed the new Metal Gear game is set in a jungle, somewhere in the 1960's.

blueMSX 1.3.0

by snout on 11-04-2004, 12:23
Topic: Emulation

Daniel Vik just released a new version of his popular user-friendly MSX emulator for Windows: blueMSX.

Z80 made of plastic

by snout on 09-04-2004, 13:13
Topic: Hardware

In October 2002 SEL and Sharp created a Z80 made of glass. SEL continued improving this technology until the next step was made: a fully functional Z80 CPU on a flexible plastic print. The final goal is a processor that can be used on a foldable Sheet computer.

MESS 0.81

by snout on 09-04-2004, 11:36
Topic: Emulation

Today, a new version of MESS, the Multiple Emulator Super System based on MAME was released. In this release several MSX related issues were fixed and improved. At the moment, only the Win32 of the emulator is available.

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