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fMSX 4.9


fMSX is a program that emulates MSX, MSX2, and MSX2+ home computers. It runs the majority of MSX software and mimics most popular hardware extensions, such as SCC, OPLL, etc.


fMSX has a very long history for a piece of software. It has been in continuous development since 1993, when I wrote the first version to run on Unix-based DEC Alpha workstations. Because fMSX is written in C, it is a very portable program. It can run on any sufficiently fast 32bit hardware platform, be it personal computer, PDA, videogame console, cell phone, set-top box, or a DVD player. There are fMSX versions for Unix, Windows, Macintosh, Symbian, MSDOS, Amiga, and many other platforms.


New in This Version

  • Moved input settings to the "Input" menu in fMSX-Windows.
  • Added "Draw 65% Frames" option to fMSX-Windows.
  • Fixed screen updates after changing scaling algorithm in fMSX-Windows.
  • Fixed "Force 4:3 Screen" option in TEXT80 screen mode.
  • Fixed "Load MSXDOS2 ROM" option in fMSX-Windows.
  • Fixed "Hit MIDI Drums" option in fMSX-Windows.
  • Now computing MIDI volume by waveform analysis.
  • Corrected MIDI drums volume in AY8910 emulation.
  • Fixed MIDI keyboard click in fMSX-Windows.


fMSX: Portable MSX Emulator





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