|| Microsoft Japan, Sanyo
|| Z80-based home computers
| Release date
is a Z80
-based family of home computers, designed by Microsoft in cooperation with ASCII Corporation, which appeared in 1983. They were popular in Asian, South American and European countries as well as the former Soviet Union
, but they are virtually unknown in USA.
The games came either as casettes or floppy disks, but only the former are preserved on the No-Intro set for now. You'll also need an extensive BIOS pack, though RA's bluemsx core only requires four. There's game manager tools to help with configuring which BIOS and games comes with which feature. The Japanese Wii Virtual Console also included basic MSX-2 emulation.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Only available outside of Windows as a libretro core (e.g. RetroArch).
- Another open source project in active development. In recent years, it has surpassed blueMSX in terms of accuracy and the quantity of emulated hardware.
- An open source project that's cycle-accurate with very high compatibility.