Gerard Putter has released Virtual ][ 4.1, the latest version of his excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator for Mac OS X. The new version allows mounting Mac OS X folders as ProDOS disks, includes a Spotlight module that scans the contents of ProDOS disks, supports double-low-resolution graphics on the Apple //e, and fixes certain bugs […]
DigiBarn is archiving copies of the Homebrew Computer Club newsletter on its web site. This is the newsletter of the club where Woz unveiled the Apple 1 computer back in 1976, and where the personal computing industry was launched.
Anton Treuenfels has posted an update to his Hobby Cross Assembler (links directly to 6502-family variant page, main page is here). According to the website, HXA is a one-pass assembler capable of producing absolute output files in binary and Intel hexadecimal formats. HXA is designed to be fairly portable between various processors, and is GPL-licensed […]
Jeff Fink has released Silvern Castle 8.4, which you can download from our public file library, or you can get it from the official Silvern Castle web site.
Jeff Fink has now opened a web site for his popular 8-bit role-playing game, Silvern Castle. Download the software and get information about it all in one convenient place.
Lyle Syverson has released the August, 2005 issue of The Lamp!, the monthly compilation of the best of the past month’s posts in the Apple II forum on Syndicomm Online.
Jeff Fink has announced the anticipated August 19th release date for the next version of his popular 8-bit role-playing game, Silvern Castle. Version 8.4 will include a few bug fixes, but the majority of the changes cover enhancements that have been requested by Silvern Castle fans.
Join us in the Apple II forum at 7 PM Pacific Daylight Time on Friday, August 12th for our monthly programming chat! Get help with your programming problem, swap tall tales, and just hang out with your fellow Apple II geeks.
Retrobits Podcast is a new general interest audio blog for retrocomputing enthusiasts that includes topics of interest to Apple II users. The latest edition, blog #006 mentions The Lamp and A2Central. Check it out.
GSE-Reactive is seeking new or existing ideas for products that they can help bring to the Apple II market. They are also looking for an Electronics Engineer versed in circuit board layout, 8-bit processors and PLD’s (GAL, CPLD and FPGA) and an experienced Assembly Programmer (firmware developement a plus) to help develop their products. See […]