issue 93 - June-December 2000
MSX Computer & Club Webmagazine
The preface to the third edition of our Webmagazine.
In this part of Maarten’s course you will learn about using FM to create great sounds.
Maarten van Strien
Pentaro is back. After Pentaro escaped from the evil Emperor, he found himself on an island. Now you must help our little penguin to get off it...
This article was originally published in MCCM 79, but is now translated to English by Pierre Gielen. We hope to have a translated article in every MCCW. It is about the MIDI controller of the MSX turbo R GT.
Short news — mainly in Dutch, sorry about that! — small advertisements and the column of Parcellus can be found here.
Would you like to know more about Ademir Carchano’s products? Read about Ciel MSX2+ Turbo and see why there are many Brazilian MSX users buying it.
The first issue of what was supposed to be a programmer’s column in the past. This first (and last) issue will have some MSX math-pack integer routines’ replacements and Z80 routines to do some multiplication the way the R800 has internally. Also, the MSX Assembly Page is introduced to continue all of your (and our) MSX assembly needs.
This year MSX-Info blad released this fast shooting game from 1997, containing a manual translated to English. A review.
Wammes’ kolom [nl]
Wammes over de invloed van MCM op het leven van de Nederlander...
This article contains information collected during several years with MSX computers, Laserdisc games and devices. Some useful information about different video standards is also included.
Het ware verhaal achter deze enige echte MSX notebook.
Frank H. Druijff
This article was originally published in MCCM 78, but is now translated to English by Laurens Holst. It is about a new version of MSX-DOS 2.
A revival of the SCC sound chip with this music disk from TeddyWareZ
This article is about the extension to MSX-basic created by the author: NestorBASIC. It makes a lot of new functionality available to basic programmers. Read ahead for some useful tips.
Nestor Soriano Vilchez
The return of the famous MEGA Guide and now in English.
Everybody has seen this demo effect by now, even on an MSX it can be done. This article can be used as a basis for creating your own version. The techniques are explained using basic so everybody can have some fun with it.