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 Build your own Doramus!   games 

    16/Jun/2001 - During the last edition of Salon del MSX, SaveR (savermsx@yahoo.com) presented his Doramus, a drum simulator for MSX similar to Konami's Beat Mania. Doramus requirements are a MSX Turbo-R computer with a hard disk and MoonSound. The drums can be plugged into the MSX using a controller card plugged on the joystick connector.


    SaveR made a website where he explains (in Spanish) how to build the drums for your MSX Turbo-R. Take a look at http://www.doliclargames.com/doramus/index.htm.

 MOAI-TECH 7 available   publications 

    16/Jun/2001 - The latest issue of MOAI-TECH is available. MOAI-TECH is an A5-format fancine.


    The price is 3 euro. You can buy it by contacting Manuel Dopico (MANUEL.DOPICO@terra.es), or by calling his phone number: (+34) 686 627 448.

 XIX Meeting of MSX   meetings 

    25/Apr/2001 - Remembers the date of the celebration of the XIX edition of the meeting of MSX.
    The elected date is the next Sunday 29 April of 2001.
    You have the whole information of the meeting here.

 Tilburg 2001   meetings 

 MadriSX 2001 pictures   meetings 

 More picture from the inside of the MIR space station   misc 

    25/Mar/2001 - We've found two high-quality pictures of the inside of the MIR station at http://spaceflight.nasa.gov, where the Sony HB-G900 can be seen very clearly. There are the pictures:



    As can be seen, there's no doubt it was an MSX2 computer. You can even read the VIDEOTIZER label on the G900's genlocker.

 First meeting of the AMMSX   meetings 

    1/Mar/2001 - The first meeting of the AMMSX (Asociacion Madrileņa del MSX, nothing to do with aamsx.org) will take place on March 3rd, 2001 in Madrid. This meeting is organized and promoted by Leonardo Padial (lpadial@teleline.es), and there will be two spaces available: exposition and talk. The meeting will last four hours, from 10:00 to 14:00. The admittance will be free for both visitors and expositors.

    The address is:

      Centro Cervantes
      C/Fenelon, 6
      28022 Madrid

    The place of the meeting is near the La Peineta stadium and Las Musas and Torre Arias subway stations.

    For more information, please contact Leonardo Padial (lpadial@teleline.es).

 MSX meeting in Madrid: MadriSX 2001   meetings 

    15/Feb/2001 - MSX Power Replay is the organizator of MadriSX 2001, a MSX user meeting in Madrid that takes place once a year. The next edition will be on March 10th, 2001. The address is:

      Estacion Chamartin
      HOtel Husa Chamartin
      Agustin de Foxa, S/N
      28036 Madrid

    For more information, registration and maps, please visit http://replay.msx.org or send email to replay@wanadoo.es.

 MSX Home Video   software 

    15/Feb/2001 - Italo Valerio has published two CDs containing a compilation of EVA videos, for MSX2+ and MSX Turbo-R: MSX Home Video. The first CD contains a total of 38 EVA files, adding up to 60 minutes of video, plus the installation of MSX Windows 2000 and AVI2EVA (for PC). The second CD contains 18 EVA videos and 10 full video clips. The interface of the CDs is nice and clean, featuring SCREEN 12 images:




    The CDs use Sergio Guerrero's EVAIDE for EVA replay using the IDE interface.

    More information available at Italo Valerio's site: http://members.fortunecity.com/italo_valerio/msxhv.htm.

 aamsx.org icon and banner   aamsx.org 

    9/Feb/2001 - Takashi Kobayashi of GIGAMIX has drawn a nice banner and icon of aamsx.org. Here they are:


    aamsx_banner.gif: 200x40 pixels (4154 bytes)


    aamsx_banner_s.gif: 88x31 pixels (1965 bytes)

    If you want to use the icon or the banner in your site, this is the code you should use:

    For the 88x31 icon:

    <a href="http://www.aamsx.org">
    <img src="http://www.aamsx.org/images/aamsx_banner_s.gif" width="88" height="31" border="0" alt="aamsx.org">
    </a>

    And for the 200x40 banner:

    <a href="http://www.aamsx.org">
    <img src="http://www.aamsx.org/images/aamsx_banner.gif" width="200" height="40" border="0" alt="aamsx.org">
    </a>

    Of course, you can also download the images and use them from your own web site. In this case, just change the ...src="http://www.aamsx.org/images..." for the location of the image in your site.


Previous news in English:

 aamsx.org 

  • aamsx.org icon and banner
  • Contests in the XVIII MSX users meeting in Barcelona
  • MSX users database
  • Hard disk crashed
  • New ads section
  • English version (almost) available.
  • Fixed a bug in our database access routines
  • We're translating the site!
  • Demodisk from the XVII MSX meeting of Barcelona is available
  • aamsx.org translated to Portuguese!
  • New counter
  • New poll online
  • Yesterday was the day with most visitors since we opened the site!


  •  contests 

  • 4Kb games contest has started!
  • 4Kb MSX1 games contest rules


  •  games 

  • Build your own Doramus!
  • NAGI-P SOFT games freely available
  • Championship Mushroom Shooting Game
  • Game review: Realms of Adventure
  • Game review: Blue Warrior
  • Blue Warrior released
  • Pastel Hope games available for free
  • Studio Wing distribute by free their MSX games
  • King Kong II translation update
  • King Kong 2 translated to English
  • Game review: Moskow 2024
  • Game review: ARK-A-NOAH
  • Game review: Sex Bomb Bunny
  • Speedline
  • Unreleased games: Loppan, Twin Fleaz, Rocks & Snakes
  • Game review: Kyokugen
  • English translation of Gals Quest 1
  • New game: Final Bout
  • Sir Dan released!
  • Unknown Konami game! A1 Spirit!
  • New game being developed


  •  hardware 

  • New memory products for MSX
  • CAPTAIN Multi-Station
  • New FM-PACs available
  • FM-PACs ready for production
  • MSX Power Replay is no longer an authorized distributor of Padial Hardware
  • New Z80 processor: eZ80
  • V9958 and YM2413 chips available
  • Sunrise IDE technical documentation
  • LPE-Z380 board documentation
  • Moonsound is again in production!
  • BIOS v3.0 for Padial's Z380 board
  • ADVRAM: RAM-mapped VRAM
  • Is the development of a new MSX possible?
  • Hardware development
  • FAT16 for IDE users!


  •  internet 

  • MSX discussion board
  • D-MSX completely updated
  • New URL for UZIX
  • The MSX Emulator Pages are back online
  • The unknow reality site updated.
  • MSXBR-L archives online
  • Conecta2 BBS on Internet!
  • Updated: The MSX Page
  • msx2.com updated
  • www.msx.org updated


  •  meetings 

  • XIX Meeting of MSX
  • Tilburg 2001
  • MadriSX 2001 pictures
  • First meeting of the AMMSX
  • MSX meeting in Madrid: MadriSX 2001
  • MSX 2001 fair
  • Bussum 2000 pictures
  • Article: XVIII Salon del MSX
  • Everything is ready for the 18th Salon del MSX
  • More MSX Jau 2000 pictures
  • MSX Jáu 2000 pictures
  • Barcelona Videojuego pictures
  • MSX in the SIMO
  • MSX in Barcelona Videojuego I
  • Sonimag 2000 video
  • Sonimag 2000: a success
  • MSX in Sonimag 2000
  • The intentions of ASCII about the new MSX
  • MSX Den-yu Land 2000 report
  • First pictures of MSX Den-yu Land 2000 available
  • More pictures: Barcelona XVI
  • MSX 2001 (Netherlands)
  • Photos from the XV MSX user meeting in Barcelona
  • Information about MSX Den-yu Land
  • MSX Den-yu Land 2000
  • New version of the video from the XVII meeting of Barcelona
  • XVII MSX meeting of Barcelona appears on TV!
  • MSX meeting in Badalona (Spain).


  •  misc 

  • More picture from the inside of the MIR space station
  • The end of the MIR
  • Christmas pack!
  • Hi from Japan!
  • There's a new member in my family :-)
  • More about the MSX in the MIR
  • What does MSX mean?
  • MSX in space!


  •  publications 

  • MOAI-TECH 7 available
  • SuperMSX #2 released
  • Article about computer collecting in a spanish magazine
  • SuperMSX is back!
  • MSX Magazine is on print again
  • XSW-Magazine #33
  • MCCW #92 released
  • Hnostar #44 released
  • MCCW (MSX Computer & Club Webmagazine)


  •  software 

  • MSX Home Video
  • Internet access finally possible from MSX!
  • EVAIDE v0.09.1
  • FDISK for IDE 3.10 and BIOS 2.01 for IDE released
  • FAT16 for Sunrise IDE completed!
  • EVAIDE v0.08
  • New release of UZIX with PPP support
  • CP/M 3.0 binary and source for MSX
  • MSX Turbo Pascal 3.3f freely available
  • UZIX 0.1.6 for MSX1
  • MSX Windows 2000
  • Updated: Sunrise for MSX
  • EVAIDE v0.06
  • UZIX 0.1.6 released
  • EVA player for IDE interface
  • MSXCas
  • GEM 0.5 released!




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     Reviews 

  • Realms of Adventure
  • Blue Warrior
  • Moskow 2024
  • Ark-a-Noah
  • Sex Bomb Bunny


  •  Events 

  • MadriSX 2001
  • XVIII Salon del MSX
  • MSX Den-yu Land 2000
  • MSX Den-yu Land
  • Barcelona XVI
  • Barcelona XV


  •  Latest links 

  • The Dark Foundation
  • GEM - GameBoy Emulator for MSX
  • MSX Price Hunter
  • MSX-1-MANIA
  • MSX Sagashter


  •  Latest users 

  • Iitu&ThePimPamPois
  • pooh
  • okendo
  • Rex
  • Osvaldo


  •  Poll 

    How much memory does your MSX have?
    < 64Kb
    64Kb
    128Kb
    256Kb
    512Kb
    1024Kb
    > 1024Kb
    < 64Kb 6.4%
    64Kb 25.3%
    128Kb 17.5%
    256Kb 19.3%
    512Kb 14.9%
    1024Kb 5.6%
    > 1024Kb 11.0%
    Total de votos: 502


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