A classic shoot’em up action exclusively created for the MSX featuring classic arcade action, smooth scrolling, 5 stages with multiple enemy types, and a boss! Everything MSX fans love, plus a twist…
The ADX player by the Japanese user Mstz80ax is gradually improving and now reaches version 2.8. Along…
Another nice game created in MSX Basic and published in the MSX Computer Magazine #3….
A made in Brazil graphic editor that brought to the MSX a set of tools before only found in much more advanced systems.
An arcade-style shoot ’em up game where the player flies a single starfighter known as AFX-6502 Zanac through twelve levels to reach and destroy the “System” — a part-organic, part-mechanical device created by a long lost alien race — which threatens to destroy Mankind after humanity tries (and fails) to harness its power.
From the golden age of the MSX, The MSX Red Book is probably one of the most important books ever published for (and about) the MSX platform.
When can one tell how powerful and serious a computer is (or was)? Well, one can start by paying closer attention to its Disk Operational System!
Years ago, B@ASS reproduced the schematics of the 80 Column Cartridge by EPCOM. At that time he also modified the design to improve it. A beautiful legacy project worthwhile preserving.
The Gradiente Expert Plus and DD-Plus are a Brazilian MSX 1 computer composed of two parts: the main unit and the keyboard. As many Brazilian products, no technical manual was officially released describing the board switches and jumpers, which B@SS MSX covers in this article.
In Brazil, a company called Gradient released a few cloned versions of the MSX. The first version was a gray version called Expert, and it had two releases: 1.0 and 1.1. However, when it was the time to release the MSX 2.0, for some reason Gradient stepped back with its plans and released the MSX Plus and DD-Plus as MSX 1 version with only few enhancements, being the DD-Plus a release with a 3 1/2 drive embedded in the cabinet.