September 23rd, 2017

Juiced.GS Volume 22, Issue 3 now available

Juiced.GS Volume 22, Issue 3 (Sep 2017)Volume 22, Issue 3 (Sep 2017) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, has now shipped.

This issue features Charles Mangin’s coverage of KansasFest 2017; an interview with Sean Fahey of the Garage Giveaway; an overview of ampersand programming packages for Applesoft BASIC; reviews of Alien Downpour and Cyber Jack; a behind-the-scenes look at Fujirun, Rob McMullen’s winning HackFest entry; and much, much more!

This is Juiced.GS‘s third quarterly issue of 2017, its twenty-second year in print. Subscriptions for 2017 and 2018 are available at $19 each for United States customers, $24 for readers in Canada and Mexico, and $27 for international customers.

September 19th, 2017

Nox Archaist Kickstarter is Live!

6502 Workshop announced today that their Kickstarter Campaign for Nox Archaist has been launched!

Nox Archaist’s Kickstarter Collector’s Edition recaptures the immersive 8-bit RPG experience of the 1980s with its full color game box stuffed with feelies including fabric map, printed manual, and game artifacts – all with custom, professional artwork.

Listen to this episode of the Open Apple podcast, or watch this Assembly Lines video interview on YouTube to learn more and click here to back Nox Archaist today and help make this project a reality!

September 19th, 2017

Open Apple #74 (September 2017) – Mark Lemmert, Nox Archaist Kickstarter, Fake Quinn, and Softalk #5

This month on Open Apple, the part of Quinn Dunki is played by RCR Podcast co-host Carrington “Fake Quinn” Vanston. A post-KansasFest Mark Lemmert of 6502 Workshop returns to the show to promote the new Nox Archaist Kickstarter. You should contribute because it’s awesome to support those still developing for the Apple II and not just because you get cool stuff when you do (though that’s a thing that happens too!).

There’s lots of news to cover and Carrington has opinions on all of it. Only on Open Apple can you hear him trash clones, accelerators, ProDOS, retro BBSes, and a random assortment of other topics! Fun for the whole family! We also chat about Apple II music and there’s general confusion about Australian Apple II conferences (when is there not on Open Apple?)

eBay isn’t talked about (because we don’t talk about eBay) and we deconstruct Softalk #5.

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