MSX Computer Digital Download

MSX Computer Digital Download

$5.00
Relive 167 Classic MSX computer Games. Includes BlueMSX emulator to play on any windows PC.

Download Size: 30MB

1942
A1-Spirit
Aleste
Alpha Roid
American Truck
Anaza-Kaleidoscope Special
Andorogynus
Antartic Adventure
Arkanoid 2
Arkanoid
Arsene Lupin 2-Babiron no Ougon Densetsu
Arsene Lupin-Cariostoro no Siro
AshGuine 2
AshGuine
Athletic Land
Back to the Future
Bank Panic
Block Hole
Bosconian
Break In
Bubble Bobble
C-So
Cabbage Patch Kids
Car Fighter
Castle Excellent
Castle The
Chack n Pop
Choplifter
Choro Q
Circus Charlie
City Connection
Come On Picot
Comic Bakery
Crazy Train
Demon Crystal Saga II-Knither Special
Demon Crystal, The
Demonia
Dig Dug
Doki Doki Penguin Land
Donkey Kong
Dragon Buster
Eggerland Mystery 2
Eggerland Mystery
Exa Innova
Exerion II
Exoide-Z Area 5
Exoide-Z
F1-Spirit
Factory Infection
Famicle Parodic
Fantasy Zone II
Fantasy Zone
Final Justice
Frogger
Galaga
Galaxian
Gall Force-Defense of Chaos
Ganbare Goemon
Gekitotsu Pennant Race 2
Girly Block
Golvellius
Green Beret
Gryzor
Guardic
Gulkave
Gundam
Gyrodine
Hadesu no Monshou-The Seal of Hades
HERO
Hinotori Firebird
Hyper Rally
Hyper Sports 1
Hyper Sports 2
Hyper Sports 3
Ice World
Iga Ninpouten 2-Small Ninja 2-The Mooncastle
Iga Ninpouten-Small Ninja
Ikari Warriors
Inspecteur Z
Issunhoushi no Donnamondai-Little Samurai
Kenja no Ishi-The Stone of Wisdom
Kiki Kaikai
King Kong 2
Kings Valley II-Gold Edition
Kings Valley II
Kings Valley
Knightmare II
Knightmare III-Shalom
Knightmare
Konami Boxing
Konami Football
Konami Game Master
Konami Ping Pong
Konami Tennis
Konami's Baseball
Konami's Billiards
Konami's Game Master II
Konami's Golf
Koneko no Daibouken-Kitty's Great Adventure-Cat Boy
Kung-Fu Master
Legendly Knight
Lode Runner II
Magical Kid Wiz
Magical Tree
Malaya no Hihou
Metal Gear Solid 2
Metal Gear
Moai no Hihou-Secret Treasure of Moai
Mobile Planet Stylus
Monkey Academy
Mopi Ranger
Nemesis 2
Nemesis 3
Nemesis
Ninja Kun-Ashura no Sho
Ninja Princess
Out Run
Pac-Man
Pac-Mania
Panther
Parodius
Penguin Adventure
Penguin Wars (1985)
Penguin-Kun Wars 2
Pippols
Police Story, The
Predator
QBert
Quarth
R-Type
Rastan
Replicart
Return of Ishtar, The
Road Fighter
Roller Ball
Salamander
Scramble Formation
Seigimatsu II Special Attack Devil
Seleniak
Senjyo
Shindobaddo Nanatsu no Bouken-The Seven Adventures of Sindbad
Sky Jaguar
Space Manbow
Space Trouble
Star Force
Star Soldier
Stop the Express
Super Cobra
Super Runner
Tank Battalion
Tengoku Yoitoko-Heaven
The Goonies
Thexder
Time Pilot
Track & Field 1
Track & Field 2
Treasure of Usas
Twin Bee
Valis-The Fantasm Soldier
Vampire Killer
Wonder Boy
Xevious
Yie Ar Kung-Fu II
Yie Ar Kung-Fu
Youkai Yashiki-Boynight Haunted House
Zanac-Ex
Zanac

Total number of files = 167

MSX is the name of a standardized home computer architecture, first announced by Microsoft on June 16, 1983,[1] conceived by Kazuhiko Nishi, then Vice-president at Microsoft Japan and Director at ASCII Corporation. It is said that Microsoft led the project as an attempt to create unified standards among hardware makers.

Despite Microsoft's involvement, the MSX-based machines were seldom released in the United States, but were popular mostly in Japan, the Middle East, Brazil,[citation needed] the Soviet Union, the Netherlands,[citation needed] Spain, and to a lesser extent, several other European countries. It is difficult to estimate how many MSX computers were sold worldwide, but eventually 5 million MSX-based units were sold in Japan alone.[citation needed]

Before the appearance and great success of Nintendo's Family Computer, MSX was the platform for which major Japanese game studios, such as Konami and Hudson Soft, produced video game titles. The Metal Gear series, for example, was originally written for MSX hardware.

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