In addition to their RAM card products, GGLabs is now producing a component video adapter for the Apple IIGS. You can see (and bid on) it via eBay. I think my only gripe is that it isn’t in a protective box.
KansasFest Preview #2
Pierre Durant posted via Facebook, his remake of Bob Bishop’s classic game “Dung Beetles” that you can play in your web browser. Check it out at: http://www.monkey-x.com/Apps/app.php?id=347
This month on Open Apple, we sit down with Paul Lutus, author of seminal early Apple II software such as AppleWriter and GraFORTH. We talk about the impacts of software development on society, the value of the individual in the process, and the trials of coding software in the woods. We talk extreme offsite backups, […]
Finally we can reveal Tecnobytes new product is an accelerator based on the original Applied Engineering Transwarp. Behold, the Tecnowarp!
Announcing a new Disassembler for the IIgs. As my tribute to OZ Kfest, I am announcing my latest project… BrkDown is a desktop WYSIWYG disassembler for the IIgs, and disassembles to source code from both the 8 data forks, and 16 bit multi-segmented data and resource forks, of an application or binary file. The output […]
This demo and others available for download here.
We are happy to inform the Apple II community that the long-awaited game from Ninjaforce, Kaboom! is now officially released. Kaboom! features a bombastic gameplay for up to four players. It requires an Apple IIgs with a hard disk drive and 2MiB of RAM. Download Kaboom! or play it from Ninjaforce’s website at http://www.ninjaforce.com/
KANSAS CITY, MO — April 10, 2015 — KansasFest, the 27th annual convention dedicated to the Apple II computer, is now open for registration. Users, programmers, hobbyists, and retrocomputing enthusiasts are invited to Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri, from Tuesday, July 14, through Sunday, July 19, for six days and five nights of sessions, […]
Check it out at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Apple-II-Watch/