A MSX Website full of hardware info, schematics and all kind of hardware + cables for sale.
Delta soft is a group of MSX freaks that made several demo’s and a games form 1988 till 2011. Since the fair in Tilburg 1997 we had become more active in the MSX world and where regular visitors at several fairs with a own booth. It was our goal to help keep the MSX alive. Luckely others think the same, so other ‘Die Hard’ MSX-freak helped out with our latest programs in order to get as much out of our programs as possible. For those who are not familiar with our programs ; Our programs are 95% written in basic. This can also lead to great accomplishments, as you can see when you watch our programs. In Januar 2011 The Kid stopped with his MSX activities, but Delta Soft will live on. Much fun with their programs and with watching this site.
File Hunter (FONY)
Go & Play my (and your) favourite MSX Games here online! No need to download & install anything. Just click & play! All in the comfort of your own browser. Chrome is highly recommended.
Generation MSX is an attempt to catalogue all software that was released commercially for the MSX system.
Most software in the database are of the boxed, commercial variety but there are exceptions:
Shareware, freeware and general Public Domain software are generally not present but they may be added.
A number of unreleased MSX games are referenced. The status of these games varies; some exist in a near-complete or demo form while others never progressed beyond the announcement stage.
There are no downloads of the games in the database as Generation MSX is solely concerned with providing information.
GR8BIT is a do-it-yourself kit you together with your children assemble into the fully functional MSX computer. It’s your product and success afterwards. After the completion, you and your kids will play simple exciting games free of violence and cruelty. When market will realize the significance of hardware and recognize hardware design skills to be of great value, you and your children are going to be prepared for take over. Successful completion of GR8BIT is uneasy endeavor. There’s GR8BIT community out there, speaking your native language.
Grauw is a programmer by trade, living in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He is currently employed by the Amsterdam-based web technology company Backbase.
Amongst others he enjoys playing and listening to music, reading, shopping, the internets, programming, playing games, going out, and watching movies and television series. Special areas of interest for me are the MSX, an old computer from the 80’s, and all things related to Japan. As for literature, he prefers to read sci-fi, fantasy or technical documentation ;p.