MSX2 - tested on real hardware - new ability to play classic text adventures

Yesterday at the Australian Computer Museum I was able to test my Vezza Infocom Text Adventure interpreter boot disk on real MSX2 hardware (Japanese version) thanks to @paran01d Behold - Bureaucracy (a Douglas Adams classic game) booting and running using the disk image loaded straight to the gotek USB. What makes is interesting is that my software detects MSX1 or MSX2, and if it detects MSX2 switches over from the default 40 column display (backward compatible with the MSX1) to 80 columns which is MSX2 only. This means a single disk image does both computers and gets the most out of the hardware. Disk image is available for download at my page.