MSX Info Blad
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The Dutch magazine MSX Info Blad was a publication of Totally Chaos Team. They started making an informational set of sheets with BBS List, MSX address lists and advertisements of MSX groups, clubs and companies. The first issues were released at MSX fairs (mostly Zandvoort and Tilburg). Fokke Post made a concept of a new layout for issue 4 and 5, which were revealed in 2021. That layout was used from issue 6 onwards. From issue 5, more generic articles were written for the magazine and it also became larger (36 pages). They were trying to fill the gap that was left behind by the Dutch MCCM. The publisher was Rinus Stoker, who also ran the Totally Chaos BBS at that time. From issue 19 onwards, issues were published under the V.C.L. (Vereniging Computergebruikers Landgraaf) flag.

In spring 2003 the final issue 25 was to be published, although later they had a short revival as MSX World Wide Magazine, which appeared irregularly and was (besides Rinus) made with a complete new staff.

MSX Info Blad

Issue No. Generation-MSX Archive.org scridb.com
1996-03 1 [1] [2]
1996-09 2 [3] [4]
1996-04? 3 [5] [6]
1997-04 4 [7] [8][9]
1997-08 5 [10] [11][12]
1997-12 6 [13] [14]
1998-03 7 [15] [16]
1998-06 8 [17] [18]
1998-09 9 [19] [20]
1998-12 10 [21] [22]
1999-03 11 [23] [24]
1999-06 12 [25] [26]
1999-09 13 [27] [28]
1999-12 14 [29] [30]
2000-03 15 [31] [32]
2000-06 16 [33] [34]
2000-09 17 [35] [36]
2000-12 18 [37] [38]
2001-03 19 [39] [40]
2001-06 20 [41] [42]
2001-09 21 [43] [44]
2001-12 22 [45] [46]
2002-03 23 [47] [48]
2002-09 24 [49] [50]
2003-03 25 [51] [52]


MSX World Wide Magazine

Issue No. Generation-MSX Archive.org scridb.com
2004 1 [53] [54]
2005-01 2 [55] [56]
2005-07 3 [57] [58]
2006-01 4 [59] [60]
2007-01 5 [61] [62]