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  1. Old version MT-32, working & complete (with extra power adapter - lower profile & reduced heat generation.) Quite a few vintage games take advantage of bugs in the old version OS and don't sound correct on later models. Games designed specifically for the MT-32 are available for the Atari ST, Amiga, PC, MSX, NEC PC 98x1, & Sharp X68000 computers. Unit is complete with original power adapter, smaller profile power adapter, & MIDI cable. Asking $175 + shipping & PP fees. SOLD Based on sold listings at the bay (a little below over all average.)
  2. As many are aware, Sega Master System fans (centralized at SMS Power's forum) have long been converting Game Gear games to be compatible on the SMS using the Master Everdrive, for instance. Unrelated (you'd think), but during the 90's, Taiwanese and Korean publishers converted some MSX (originally SG-1000) games like Rally-X, Road Fighter, etc., to Master System. Why? Who knows! Well, someone discovered or obtained the software tools they used to do this. These tools have now been applied to additional MSX games with varying results. You'll have to follow the action at SMS-power, because this is all in its infancy at the moment, but cool nonetheless http://www.smspower.org/forums/16445-MSXToSMSHacks
  3. I have an Epson PC286C that I wanted to restore but I simply have too many systems needing restoration and the back log is out of hand. So, I'm parting with this NEC PC98 clone. Cool looking machine and was billed as an Amiga killer in Japan. lol. The NEC PC98 has a huge library of coolr games. If you love restoring machines, this is one to get: https://www.ebay.com/itm/263394723135 Also, I have an MSX machine (fully working) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263390094541 (and load of MSX games for sale too) and a Captain Phasma TRS-80 Color Computer 2 https://www.ebay.com/itm/263382550254 Thanks all and Happy Holidays to you, your family and your vintage machine!
  4. From the album: MSX Collection

    Konami. Penguin Adventure CIB for MSX

    © (c) 2015 Oscar Toledo G.

  5. With the upcoming Godzilla movie arriving in May, I wonder if these MSX games would be candidates for Colecovision conversions...ie do they fit within the specs that the other conversions have? Godzilla vs Three Major Monsters Monsters Fair Godzilla-Kun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvMO_yeRc8M
  6. Speaking of ice hockey. It would have been nice if we already had Champion Ice Hockey to our ColecoVision. It is an MSX game, but can largely be transferred to the ColecoVision. But maybe next winter, who knows.
  7. www.aetherbyte.com/msx_inferno.html To anyone interested, this is an MSX2 homebrew I am working on for the #MSXDev 2012 Compo.
  8. http://www.blitter.com/~nebulous/Retro01.html People are welcome to use these photos. Part of the reason I posted these is to increase the amount of clean images of classic hardware so that the current generation can get an idea of what this stuff really looks like.
  9. nanochess

    Konami Space Manbow

    From the album: MSX Collection

    Konami Space Manbow for MSX2

    © (c) 2015 Oscar Toledo G.

  10. Info from one of the designers of the Texas Instruments video chip that was famously used in the TI-99. ColecoVision, SEGA SG-1000, MSX, and many other game consoles and computers: "We were about the cancel the whole 9918 program when Coleco came in with Colecovision and the TI Home Computer took off while at the same time the MSX computer in Japan (the “MS” standing for Microsoft which had a short lived joint venture in Japan) started selling big time using the 9918." "there is a color burst at ~3.58MHz. The 9918’s input clock was ~10.74MHz or exactly 3 times the color burst reference." http://msx.hansotten.com/technical-info/tms9918/
  11. nanochess

    Stone of Wisdom

    From the album: MSX Collection

    Casio. Stone of Wisdom CIB for MSX.

    © (c) 2015 Oscar Toledo G.

  12. nanochess

    The Nemesis Saga

    From the album: MSX Collection

    The four games composing the Konami's Nemesis saga, also known as Gradius. Including Nemesis, Nemesis 2, Salamander and Nemesis 3.

    © (c) 2014 Oscar Toledo G.

  13. Hello everyone! I have a very interesting and rare piece of Japanese gaming on sale. Another news is that if you're interested in buying it thru Paypal, I can offer it to $660 ! Check it out at: https://www.ebay.com/itm/263452554146 Keep in touch if you're interested!
  14. Hello. Does anyone know what the best way to read .dsk images via SD card is for an MSX2? The one I have has only 64K of RAM and doesn't have a disk drive. However, it does have the standard two cartridge slots. It's a Sony HB-T7
  15. From the album: Colecovision collection

    F1-Spirit CIB, Treasure of Usas with manual, loose Twinbee

    © (c) 2014 Oscar Toledo G.

  16. I have a interesting mix of items for sale. Right now, I have a CoCo and a TI994A. In a few days, I'll have an additional CoCo and TI994A for sale as well, so keep your eyes on all four. In addition, I have a bunch of games I picked up in Japan. CoCo Hardware TRS-80 Color Computer 2 (With a Hitachi CPU) Joysticks Joysticks with Rapid Fire RS232 Model should work on other 8bit machines Texas InstrumentsTI99/4A Bandai WonderSwan Games Final Fantasy WS Wonder Swan (JAPAN) #SquareSoft Puyo Puyo (TSU) WonderSwan Vaitz Blade WonderSwan (RPG) Hataraku Chocobo WonderSwan Twin Bee Konami Soccer ( Futbol / Football ) Exciting Baseball Twin Bee (Twinbee) (duplicate game) MSX Games Color Midway Mini Golf MSX Baseball Championship Soccer ( Futbol / Football ) by Pony Canyon Tomy Pyuta Games (VERY RARE, they usually go for $80 each) BOMBMAN Scramble Happy to combine shipping on anything or answer questions. Cheers!
  17. There seems to be not one but two ports of Zaxxon for the MSX computer and its compatibles. The first one, from circa 1983, is a straight port of the 1982 ColecoVision cartridge port (save for title and option screens). The second one, from 1985, is another straight port, in this case it's adapted from the Sega SG1000 cartridge version. I can understand why this occurred, though, since all three platforms (MSX, ColecoVision and SG1000) share the same Texas Instruments (TI) TMS9928A VDP and the Z80 CPU, as well as the TI SN76489 sound chip. But to some of you, it may seem redundant to own either MSX port if you already have the ColecoVision or the Sega SG1000 or SC3000. ~Ben
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