After 1986, Microsoft stopped with supporting MSX and ASCII in Japan took over further development of the MSX system. Due to ASCII's lack of interest in European market the MSX2+ was never manufactured and sold outside Japan. Rumours and plans...
Microsoft MSX2+ - Released - 1991
You must stop the balls in the way of same alignment of upper screen balls. If you and the ball are the same color when you shoot a ball, the ball is stops, and if your color is different, the ball is flicked away. Your color changes when shooting a ball.
Microsoft MSX2+ - 2008
An MSX Resource Center's MEGA Challenge entry from XL2s using screen 3 (which is a 64x48 screen). A horizontal shooter inside a motion-blur / frame-fade engine! Requirements: turbo-R and SCC.
Microsoft MSX2+ - Released - 2018
An homemade italian shooter game inspired by Space Invaders .
Microsoft MSX2+ - January 1, 1988
The succesor of F-1 Spirit: The Way To Formula-1. Unlike the original, this game uses scaling-based third-person graphics like Pole Position and the like, and focuses specifically on F-1 racing. In addition to the Free Run and Grand Prix modes, there is a two player Battle Mode. The difficulty level can be set, and in Free Run a number of settings (such as the number of laps) is variable. Cars are custom made; the body and color of the car, the engine, the tires, the suspension, the brakes, the gear, and the wings can be all modified.
Microsoft MSX2+ - January 1, 1991
In the beginning of 21th century a terrible disaster, called "demon-coming crisis", devastated the Asian continent. Hong Kong was most affected by the mysterious demonic attack. Terrible diseases turned the once prosperous city into a pale shadow of itself. But once people came back to see what happened to the isolated city, they saw it was ruled by a new order - a corporation called SIVA. The new order proclaimed New Hong Kong to be an independent state. People's Republic of China and United Kingdom signed an agreement in which they both renounced their claims over the city. The player...
Microsoft MSX2+ - Released - November 19, 1988
Sequel to the successful shoot 'm up Laydock. Again two jet fighters go on a joint mission, each space ship managed and controlled by a different player. The ships can be docked side-by-side or end-to-end for greater fire and fighting power. When docked one player is the pilot and the other is the weapons officer. But this game can also be played by a single player. When you progress in the game you can select more advance weapons systems to fight the over 50 different enemy characters. Compared with its predecessor there is not much changed only better graphics, more detailed backgrounds and...