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HansO MSX info pages update

by BiFi on 15-12-2002, 20:13
Topic: Websites

Last few days, Hans Otten updated his site with the following content:

  • Added pictures of original Borland Pascal and added link to many cp/m compilers
  • Covers and content pages of the non-dutch magazines he has. Hans asks you to help him add to these pages by scanning covers and content of magazines you have (color, 75 dpi, jpg)
  • Google search of his site.

It seems amazing, but even before ASCII's MSX Magazine 2003 hits the streets, more than 5000 copies were sold already. The MSX Magazine website was entirely restyled, adding a full list of online stores that are already pre-selling MSX Magazine 2003.

openMSX website update

by snout on 12-12-2002, 12:47
Topic: Emulation

The openMSX crew have renewed their website. openMSX is an open-source MSX emulator with a different approach to emulation than the conventional fMSX-based emulators.

KPI ball review

by snout on 12-12-2002, 12:33
Topic: Websites

A new software review was added to MSXgamesbox. This time the game KPI Ball by Boh-ken was put to the test. It's an adaptation of the Capcom game Pang, also known as Pomping world on MSX.

MSX Emulator & Games magazine

by snout on 11-12-2002, 10:33
Topic: MSX Revival

Even before the release of MSX Magazine 2003 and the MSXPLAYer, the MSX Revival is already having a positive effect. To celebrate the return of MSX, Shuwa system will release a magazine called 'Fun!! MSX Emulator & Games'.

Moai tech in English

by snout on 11-12-2002, 10:06
Topic: Websites

Source: ivanjpm (MRC forum)

As of today, the Moai Tech MSX website is also available in English. Although some parts are still under construction, the news section will be updated regularly.

MSXPLAYer promo released

by snout on 09-12-2002, 21:00
Topic: MSX Revival

ASCII's released a promo-version of MSXPLAYer on one of their weekly magazines. The CD-ROM that comes with the magazine contains time-limited versions of Castle and Bokosuka Wars. Head to RetroPC to check a screenshot of MSXPLAYer running Castle.

MSX.ORG asp script bug exploited

by Sander on 08-12-2002, 01:38
Topic: MRC

Some of our visitors might have seen a very strange news posting on our website today. Thanks to a `hacking` group called affix, our website has been `defaced` for a small amount of time. They exploited a security bug in our ASP scripts and altered the contents of Bart's news post on the new Konami games. They appear to do the same trick on several websites.

Source: NForce

Konami just released a package of 5 retro-games for PC. It contains Castlevania (similar to Vampire Killer on MSX), Castlevania 2, Castlevania 3, Super C and Contra (also known as Gryzor). Have a look at the Konami website for some nice screenshots and more information. Reposted by snout, originally posted by Bart on Friday, December 06, 2002 at 23:17

HansO MSX Info pages update

by snout on 07-12-2002, 23:20
Topic: Websites

Hans Otten updated his website once again, adding a disassembly of the 8245 diskrom (by Alwin Henseler) and Microsoft BASIC sourcecode with detailed descriptions. Go check it out! (originally posted by snout on Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 11:56)

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