MSXdev'14 #9 - CMJN

MSXdev'14 #9 - CMJN

par JohnHassink on 16-06-2014, 08:59
Sujet: Software
Étiquettes: boriel, cmjn, nitrofurano, MSXdev
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Ah, who of you remember classics such as Sega's Zaxxon or, a bit later, Viewpoint by SNK? Making games from this perspective, as some might argue, is a delicate, underappreciated art, and surely, it may have been a thing in game developing history, but remains a quite limitedly explored phenomenon as far as MSX is concerned.
Well, Portugese MSX fan nitrofurano decided to break this unfortunate tendency, and enriched the MSX game library with his experimental project, bearing the elusive, mysterious title "CMJN". It's created with Boriel's ZX Basic Compiler, and we can only guess how this may evolve in the future. Maybe you should just have a look for yourself.

Relevant link: MSXdev'14 - #9 - CMJN

Commentaires (5)

Par viejo_archivero

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16-06-2014, 09:45

[offtopic]Thnx John and snout for the big MSXdev update. I am really runnin outta free time lately, and your fast newsposts are really appreciated! again, thnx![/offtopic]

Par anonymous

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16-06-2014, 10:01

[offtopic]viejo_archivero, you owe us no thanks - it's the other way around. But you're welcome. Smile MSXdev has been, is, and will be a huge factor in keeping MSX alive, and I think I can say on behalf of the entire MRC crew that we hope to see you back in action soon, and that you will overcome, succeed or prevail in whatever is taking your time.[/offtopic]

Par mars2000you

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16-06-2014, 20:03

The title is related to the CMYK color mode for printing (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) also known as four-color process. In French, CMYK becomes CMJN (Cyan, Magenta, Jaune, Noir) and these 4 ‘basic’ colors are displayed on the MSX screen !

I had explained that in october 2013 : http://msxdev.msxblue.com/?p=2410

Par NYYRIKKI

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23-06-2014, 14:58

Even the wiki forgets Turboat. Oh well...

Par Manuel

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23-06-2014, 22:55

What's the relation with Turboat?