Mike Willegal has publicly released the source code for the Wozanium pack (the code for the Brain Board) and a Wozanium ROM image suitable for Apple II emulators. Now, you can run and edit Apple 1 programs in your Apple II emulator.
At KansasFest 2011, Juiced.GS, the Apple II community’s longest-running print publication, announced that the magazine will continue its streak into 2012 with a seventeenth volume of quarterly issues, with subscriptions now being accepted. A new PDF is also available for purchase, and publisher Gamebits is offering advertisement design services. Full details are on the Juiced.GS […]
Steve Weyhrich has an extensive write-up of Bob Bishop’s keynote talk, covering Bob’s time at Apple, his Apple II software projects, and SiMPLE, a programming language for kids and adults.
Carrington Vanston has posted a new episode of 1 MHz: The Apple II Podcast. Download direct or subscribe via iTunes. From the summary: 1 MHz is back to shout a quick hello before KansasFest 2011. Meanwhile, Anthony Martino and Henry Courbis say their goodbyes as UltimateApple2 and ReactiveMicro both go on hiatus. But then Henry […]
David Schmenk amazed KansasFest attendees with his game ‘Escape From the Homebrew Computer Club 3D’. It’s a first person shooter, minus the shooting, that uses low res graphics to produce a 2 1/2 dimension game running on all models of the Apple II. The object is to help Woz find his way out of a […]
Hot on the heels of the Sweet16 update, Sheppy announced SideClick v2.0. SideClick is a contextual menu manager for the Apple IIGS, supporting right mouse button and control-clicking to open an object’s contextual menu.
Eric “Sheppy” Shepherd today announced the release of Sweet16 v2.3, the premier Apple IIGS emulator for MacOS X. See the release notes for a complete list of additional features and bug fixes.
David Schmidt has posted a superb demonstration video of Rich Dreher’s new CFFA3000 card that is being released at KansasFest.
The July 2011 episode of Open Apple, the only co-hosted Apple II podcast, is now available. This month, Mike and Ken discuss user groups, Mini-Appler boot code, past KansasFests, and classic arcades. Find the episode on the Open Apple Web site or in iTunes.