MSX 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.
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* Only available outside of Windows as a libretro core (e.g. RetroArch).
- blueMSX is cycle accurate with very high compatibility. Unfortunately, it hasn't seen an update in years.
- openMSX is open source and in active development. In recent years, it has surpassed blueMSX in terms of accuracy.