de Amigos del MSX:
The MSX Friends Association. They arrange the Barcelona
meetings. Updated News.
SaveR's music can be found here, as well as many other
songs from hobbyist and commercial games and composers. Stands out an on-line game
in which you must guess where a song comes from. Downloadable software includes Doramus, the game in which you play drums.
- Calamar Group: MSX controlled robots, self made games, and diverse hardware like floppy drives, converter cables and other curiosities.
- Call MSX: One of those few fanzines
which still releases frequently.
- Club Hnostar: They made a professional looking magazine with the same name and distribute hard and soft. archive.org version.
- HispaMSX: The mailing list for the
Spanish-speakers. It has a BBS via Telnet, ideal for Uzix
- Imanok: Programmer of games (there
are some downloadable).
- Karoshi Corporation: Forum of these MSX and ZX Spectrum game developers.
Last boss of Club Mesxes.
- Konamito: News, reports, program and magazine preservation (among them SD Mesxes), in adition to a message forum (in Spanish).
- Kralizec: Games label of Periscop
- Manuel Pazos: He's the author of Sonyc,
PuddleLand, KPI Ball, Abadia del crimen remake, and many utilities ...
He also develops for Game Boy Advance!!!!!
- Matra: They used to program games and publish an interesting retro gaming and computer webzine/fanzine. Games are on sale for MSX and ZX Spectrum, in addition to retro merchandising. You can find a webzine they made used to make, with a review about Internestor, for instance. Star collaborated with the commercial magazine @rroba.
- MadriSX: They arrange the RetroMadrid meetings,
formerly known as MadriSX & Retro.
- Padial Hardware:
The Spanish hardware genious. SD Readers, FlashROM, video
cards, sound cards, etc. in addition to a future MSX with the eZ80/Z380 processor (which ROM was coded by Daniel Zorita and Konamiman.
- Paxanga Soft: Developers of a lot of
- RetroActivo: Podcast which belongs to the RetroMallorca association and touches varied subjects.
- RetroMallorca: Some components of Club Mesxes, among other people, founded this multisystem association which created a bunch of events and activities, with MSX presence obviously.
- Retroworks: "New developments for old systems"
- Baboo!: The Japanese MSX search
- ESE Artists' Factory: They developed
the Mega SCSI (it's mostly in Japanese).
- MSX Archive: A software archive.
- FutureDisk: Old Dutch diskmagazine.
Japanese club. Authors of many programs, like Magical Labyrinth.
- Parallax: Developers of many games.
- Planet Emu: About emulators in
general, but with a very complete MSX software download section.
Swiss: The MSX most stunning hardware developers: Ethernet,
IDE, serial port, MoonSound, GFX9000, Video9000, Compact Flash reader, USB-GameReader...
- SymbOS: Incredible
graphic and multitasking operating system for Amstrad CPC and MSX.
MSX Resource Center: The best source of information of the
MSX scene. Updated almost daily.
New Image: Authors of the GameBoy emulator for MSX, among
other interesting projects.
- Uzix: A flavour of Unix for MSX! It
even works as Internet server, has graphical browser and X-Wind!
- Airsynth: Blog by Marce.
- Antares: Space combat and commerce game inspired by Elite/Frontier, made by Juanjo.
- Botize: Inspired by "PALOMAS.BAS" (random sectarian sentence generator), JuanSa created the Twitter version, which later evolved in some other services.
Mode: The authors of the song on the Disk I/O Error #1
intro, adapted by Marce and later converted to MWM (MoonSound) for Hajiku Mania. Listen online to the original or the MSX version on bgMSX or here.
- Dieyes: SaveR's business.
- JuanSa: "The consequences of possesing a blog (with lamer picture)"
- Mato34: The most sectarian club member shows here basically his liking to photography.
- Ramón Serna's research page: Ramoni's.
- Video Games Live: They are a series of game music concerts played by an orchestra and a choir, synchronized with a large screen. In November 2006 some of us attended the concert in London. It was quite good, though finally there wasn't any Vampire Killer's song :(
- Yombo: Juanjo's blog about computer electronics and programming.