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blueMSX is a Windows based application that can
emulate an MSX computer. The blueMSX application
simulates behavior of the hardware components in
the MSX computer with software. The result is an
application that behaves like a real MSX in and
enables you to run a great amount of software
written for the MSX computer.
MSX is a computer platform used by a large public
from the early eighties to the mid nineties. In
contrast to other platforms of the same period,
MSX was a standard for computers, not a specific
brand. Many companies such as Sony and Panasonic
created their own computers based of the MSX
The original MSX was followed by a couple of
generations of MSXes. Since version 2.0, blueMSX
supports MSX, MSX2, MSX2+ and MSXturboR software.
Almost MSX machines like the ColecoVision console,
the Sega SG-1000 console, the Sega SC-3000 and SF-7000
computers and the Spectravideo SVI318/328
computers are also supported.
blueMSX was created in September 2003 by Daniel Vik. The
core development team has known different changes,
it consists now of Daniel
Delvaux, Tomas Karlsson, hap, Ray Zero,
Ricardo Bittencourt and white cat.
But there are many persons that in different ways
have contributed to the development. See the Credits section for a
list of everyone that have made blueMSX what it
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