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MSX fortune: The V9990 processor raises the MSX graphics up to 32768 colors and 512 KB of VRAM.


In Focus - MSX Digitized Sound Generator
  The MSX Digitized Sound Generator project aims at digitizing sounds for MSX. Here, you can find tutorials and tools to convert PC sounds to MSX, as well as an article in English describing in details how sound digitizing works in MSX.

  Access this topic here.

The MSX Standard
  MSX is a personal computer created in 1983 and it was very popular in Japan, Europe and South America. MSX was the first contact in informatics for many people.
  Despite of being an old tecnology today, MSX computers offer such a friendly environment for those who want to learn about computers, once its architecture is very simple to use and understand. Futhermore, MSX native programming Basic is very easy to learn and program, while it is at the same time powerful enough to acess the hardware.
  In the other hand, MSX hardware limitations dare programmers to optimize codes and resources. As a consequence, great programmers came up from this system.
  In brief words, MSX system is easy for those who wants to learn and versatile and challenging for those who want to go further.


News
10/2020 - Programs from the book MSX Musica in Basic/MarMSX.
08/2020 - Assembly course: how to use openMSX debugger (portuguese).
08/2020 - Program Maracanã scoreboard in "Basic".
Projects
MSX Font Editor 1.3.
MSX Sketch Tools 1.3.
Courses
IA: corrections on human languages.
Assembly: openMSX debugger.


MSX Projects

Game DevelopmentCourse GeniusGame Batalha NavalGame MSX ArticlesArticles
 
 
Slot ViewMemory Display Slots MapHardware Conf. MSX CoursesProgramming Screen 2 ShowScreen Display



PC Projects for MSX

MSX Viewer 5Image Converter MSX DSGDigitized Sounds Color MagicColor Tool MSX Font EditorFont Tool
 
 
MSX PalettePalette Viewer ToolsUseful Tools A.I.Research MSX Sketch ToolsShapes




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Systems and Computing Engineer
Expert in Image Processing and Artificial Intelligence
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