Volume 19, Issue 2 (June 2014) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, has been mailed to all subscribers. This issue features a celebration of the BASIC programming language’s fiftieth birthday; an interview with programmer Ron Graff; Charles Mangin’s introduction to using 3D printers to create Apple II parts; a behind-the-scenes look at […]
KansasFest attendees are in for a special treat this year. Vince Briel is attending and will once again host a ‘build it yourself’ workshop. You can sign up to assemble any of his famous kits, including the brand new Ohio Scientific Superboard III (another famous 6502-based micro). Complete details are on the Briel Computers web […]
The GSport team has announced a new release with significant improvements! Below is David Schmidt’s posting via CSA2.
Daniel (Krue) Kruszyna has announced Lingerie, a ‘filer’ utility for Martin Hayes’ NakedOS, the fast and tiny OS for the Apple II.
Update your bookmarks. Tom Charlesworth announced today that AppleWin (the leading 8-bit Apple II emulator for Windows) has moved to it’s new repository on GitHub. Hi, Berlios has finally been closed (for OSS hosting), meaning that the AppleWin project is no longer accessible on the Berlios site. I have been gradually migrating AppleWin over to […]
Based on the maddening ‘Flappy Bird’ game, Dagen Brock has released a reproduction (or de-make) game for the Apple II dubbed ‘Flapple Bird’. Download 5.25? version Download 3.5? version
Block ASCII art done right on the Apple II. Who needs ANSI?
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Some of you may remember my earlier work on PLASMA, the Proto Language AsSeMbler for Apple. Some of you may even know it will be the language of Lawless Legends (https://www.facebook.com/LawlessLegends). But now, with a flurry of previous concepts and new ideas developed for the LL implementation, comes PLASMA 123. Why 123? Because it runs […]