Our new poll asks for your thoughts on possible future Apple II software products.
DAR Systems International has reclassified its Apple II software as freeware. These products, including Mines Of Moria and Mines Of Moria II, The Pits of Doom, Gem Of Zephyrr, Sword of Altair, Quest For Varsar, and Casino Games. Also available is Sable Powers Rising, which was never released and is a beta version Visit the […]
The Low End Mac web site, which covers older Macintosh models, now has a mailing list for discussing Apple II and /// computers. For more information, visit http://www.lowendmac.com/lists/apple2.html.
A2Central.com now has an online poll; look for it in the navigation bar to the left. We’ll try to have new polls every few days. Our first poll asks “Are you planning to attend Y][KFest?”.
Juiced.GS has opened its online ordering page through the Kagi payment service. You can now order the “Friends For Life” CD-ROM, subscribe to Juiced.GS, and buy a Juiced.GS back issue package. The Juiced.GS web site will be updated soon to include links to the ordering site, which you can find at http://order.kagi.com/?2ZM.
A2Central.com is now running on a faster, dedicated box. There will be some growing pains while we adjust and improve the system over the coming weeks.
Apple II Oasis, an Apple //e emulator for Windows, has been updated to version 2.4. The new version includes support for full-screen video and can emulate a joystick using the keyboard.
Juiced.GS has sent A2Central.com the first press release we’ve had the privilege of presenting, about the now shipping “Friends For Life” CD-ROM! This CD contains the complete contents of every issue to date of Juiced.GS, plus all the software that has appeared on Juiced.GS featured disks.
A2Central.com is moving to a new server tonight. It will be down for a while, starting shortly.
Silvern Castle, the popular role-playing game for 8-bit Apple II computers released only a year ago at KFest ’99, has been updated to version 5.0! New in this version is the ability to turn off encumbrance and to restrict coinage to just gold pieces. Also, clerics can now identify items like druids, back-row characters have a lower chance of being hit during melee combat, NPCs may exchange information if they surrender, spellbooks and holy symbols can be dropped, and there’s been some fine-tuning to the monsters. A new expert scenario, “Time Master”, is included, but can only be played by registered owners.