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We are now auctioning off on eBay a PC Transporter with the Apple IIGS install kit, one 5.25? PC floppy drive, and the PC Transporter software.
A2Central.com is pleased to announce that effective immediately, we’re able to ship Apple II system software disks for US $2.00 per disk. In addition, we have created the A2Central.com Telecom Starter Kit disks, which are bootable disks, specially designed for particular Apple II models, with Modem Mgr telecom software and useful utilities such as ShrinkIt. […]
A2Central.com is now auctioning off on eBay a LightningScan GS hand scanner! Comes complete with software, manual, interface card, and the scanner itself, in the original box.
Jeff Fink, author of the 8-bit role-playing game Silvern Castle, has released several new freeware titles: Compare is an Applesoft file compare utility; Nuclear is a nuclear power plant game; Space Command is a space combat game; Monster is a Monster & Mazes fantasy role-playing game; Wheel is a “Wheel of Fortune” type of game, and “Sword” is a sword fantasy RPG. These will be available for download soon.
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We have obtained a stock of items that were languishing in Roger Wagner’s garage, and now we’re selling them to the Apple II community for next to nothing! We have the ComputerEyes GS video capture card for only $20 including shipping within the United States. We also have some HyperStudio Quick Course books and Several […]
Kelvin Sherlock has created a new GSoft BASIC sample program, Bubbles, which demonstrates briefly some graphics techniques. You can download it here at a2central.com.
Mike Tulloch, a first-time contributor to A2Central.com, has written a helpful review of the TransWarp GS 32K Cache built by ///SHH Systeme.