The MSX is finally finding its ways to the Open Source world. First with many games, then with a few shy hardware projects, and now with this massively important endeavor that, if successful, can help reshape the landscape of game design for the platform.
Whatever happens in the MSX world
A new MSX 2+ Clone lurks in the horizon!
Up to a multi-use, multi-ROM, fully programmable by users MSX cartridge?
The MSX Unimapper is a cartridge platform for MSX computers that separately supports 4 different mappers and allows to launch software and game ROMs up to 512kb on any compatible MSX system. The mappers are emulated by 2 or 3 programmable logic (PLD) GAL22V10 chips. Each mapper requires its own firmware to be programmed into the PLDs. The cartridge platform includes 2 different variants of the same cartridge.
The new DC-DC mini power adapter board is a PCB that extends the OMEGA power supply system allowing users to improve the equipment by provide better power capacity for additional hardware and expansion cards.
An action RPG that you can play as many times as you like because the game is never the same twice. Good luck challenging the dungeon because the map change every time you play it!
The modern multi-featured MSX cartridge GR8Net is now able to play MIDI files straight on your Z80-machine.
Stan, the Dreamer was originally created for the MSXDev’13. Now, after becoming a ‘proof of concept’ for a new Adventure Games Editor project, it gains a renewed release for MSX 2, with improved graphic, dialogues, and SCC music.
The MSX2 game Angelic Warrior DEVA is a fast-paced action-RPG with Psycho World and Valis 2 reminiscences. It features quick parallax scrolling, 10 large environments to explore, colorful graphics, animated visual stages and a great soundtrack.
For the 22th edition of MSXDev, the Loot-box just got stuffed a little more with a Panasonic FS-A1 MSX 2.