The AppleWin Apple II emulator for Windows has been updated to version 126.96.36.199. The new version has several new features and fixes a number of bugs.New features include: Bugs fixed include:
Items of interest seen on eBay for the month of December 2004.
Ryan Suenaga has released a new NDA, this time as a public alpha (there is at least one known bug which will result in some users not seeing some results) called DictioNDA, a dict client for the Marinetti using IIgs. A dict client is a program that lets you look up definitions of words and […]
Jeff Fink has released version 8.2 of his popular role-playing game for 8-bit Apple II computers. The update can be downloaded from our public file library.
Sean Fahey announced on the KansasFest mailing list that he will be donating six to eight Apple IIc Plus computers in “above average” condition to be given away as prizes at KansasFest 2005. If you’re interested in the chance to win one, you’ll have to be there!
Mike Willegal has developed a camera shutter tester add-on card for the Apple II series of computers, and has posted both the schematics and software online. It should cost less than $100 dollars to build. The design is free for personal use.
Jeff Fink has announced the impending arrival of Silvern Castle 8.2. The new version of the popular 8-bit role-playing adventure game has a number of fixed bugs, improvements, and new features.
Michael Mahon has posted a new section on his web site that demonstrates how to build a NadaNet adapter. NadaNet is a network that uses RCA cables connected to simple adapters plugged into 16-pin game ports to network Apple II computers.
The latest version of the multi-platform Apple IIGS emulator KEGS fixes a serious file corruption bug, adds full screen mode for Mac OS X and new virtual modem support. Full screen mode for the Windows version is on its way. The virtual modem allows for direct connection to the Internet.Changes in KEGS v0.91 since v0.90 […]
The Princeton Apple ][ User Group of New Jersey will hold its last meeting of 2004 (and its Christmas party) at 7:30 PM on December 10th, in Dave Ciotti’s basement.