MSXAdvance V0.3

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  1. Urza
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    MSXAdvance V0.3
    MSX emulator for GBA


    MSXAdvance (by FluBBa) has been updated to support 64kb of RAM, up from the previous 32kb. Download and changelog below.

    [title:Changelog]*Added 64kB of RAM instead of 32kB (Batman).
    *Fixed initialization of horizontal position of keyboard.
    *Fixed initializing of all CPU regs on reset.
    *Fixed pushing and poping of AF register (BC Quest for Tires II).
    *Optimised some of the SBC instructions.
    *Optimised DAA opcode.
    *Optimised one of the SRA opcodes.
    *Optimised tile rendering.

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  2. Scorpei

    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    screenshot of solstice? Didn't know they had that for the MSX
     
  3. Hadrian

    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    Nice that people are still continuing their projects on GBA. Gonna give Snatcher a go on this.
     
  4. Flozem

    Flozem GBAtemp Regular

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    If it runs "King's Valley" and "Eric and the Floaters" I'm a happy camper...
     
  5. EmptyWords

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    It would be awesome to play metal gear and solid snake on my micro anyone know if they work?
     
  6. adgloride

    adgloride Its A Wii Wario

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    I thought at first this was Head Over Heels. Apart from the characters, it looks like the same game.
     
  7. Mr Slug

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    its batman on spectrum see the bats and look close see the cape, this was like head over heels and few other games that copied each other.
     
  8. BionicC

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    Not surprising, as it was by the same coders (Ritman & Drummond).

    Mr Slug: Batman was one of a few Spectrum games to be ported to the MSX looking almost identical; however it worked both ways which lead to games such as Eric and the Floaters (an early version of Bomberman) and Bubble Buster (an early version of Pang) being ported to the Spectrum in '84.