The KansasFest committee announced that next year’s KFest event will be from July 23 through the 28th of 2002.
Ken Gagne of Gamebits announced today the publication of “Hammurabi,” written by Thomas Compter. Compter is an up-and-coming Apple IIGS programmer, and “Hammurabi” is his first public release. “Hammurabi” is a classic empire-building and educational game.
Today Ken Gagne announced the release of the “Esprit de Apple Corps” (EDAC) two-disc CD-ROM package full of multimedia files for the Apple II.
Syndicomm announced this morning that later today it will begin to offer a two disc CD-ROM set containing the videos and other materials from this year’s KansasFest event.
Ken Gagne of Gamebits has announced that Gamebits will have several photo CD-ROMs available for sale exclusively at KFest today.
Joe Kohn and “Burger” Bill Heineman have obtained the freeware release of the Vitesse product line through the Lost Classics Project, with the exception of Faxination and Harmonie. This is great news and our thanks go out to them for their efforts. We hope to see these products available for download soon.
Geoff Weiss, Ken Gagne, and Joe Kohn have advanced to the final round of the GShisen World Championships. We’ll carry this event live on our webcam tonight at 10:00 PM Central Daylight Time.
Today Eric Shepherd of Syndicomm announced that effective immediately, Syndicomm has an exclusive license to distribute the Parkhurst Micro Products software ANSITerm, PMPFax, and PMPUnzip.
Syndicomm’s Eric Shepherd announced today that Syndicomm now has an exclusive license to distribute the EGO Systems software Balloon and GraphicWriter III AWGS and RTF Translators.
Syndicomm’s Eric Shepherd also announced the immediate availability of Shrink II and AutoArk, now licensed from Ross A. Falconer.