Where The Sun.

MSX home computer, made by Toshiba. I think the Toshiba model was HX-10P from 1984, although I may be wrong.

Anyway, the compy had a game called “The Maze Of Galious: Knightmare II”, and it’s like the best ever!

The thing that wasn’t the best ever, was the game’s save system: You had to enter a certain room (a shrine of some sort) in this huge castle the game took place, and the game gave you a 3456 character code which you had to enter to continue your game from that point.

Remember those? Has anyone in the history of the world ever got the kind of code right on the first try?


ALVA bears some resemblance to the music in that save room. And actually, this is not the first time I’ve used “Knightmares” music as a starting point.

“Steal it, hide it, then it’s yours.”

– Isaac Steadman