David Schmidt has updated ADTPro to v2.0.2. The first update to ADTPro since March 2015, this release takes advantage the Uthernet II network card and John Brooks’ ProDOS v2.4.1 operating system, as well as assorted bugfixes.
Prolific hardware developer Mike Willegal has handed off management of his original Apple-1 clone, the Mimeo 1. The boards were first made commercially available in 2010 and “have been sold to vintage computer buffs around the world”, writes Willegal. “However, the learning part of the process, which is one of things that keeps me interested […]
Jeremy Rand has updated A2Bejwld, his Apple II port of the popular puzzle game Bejeweled, to v2.0. The game, originally developed for HackFest at KansasFest 2016, now features Mockingboard support. Download the game and source code at GitHub. Rand has also released a cc65 interface for adding Mockingboard support to your Apple II project. Check […]
This month on Open Apple, we sit down with Glenda Adams, better known on the Apple II as The Atom. She was a cracker of some note back in the 1980s, and she shares great stories with us of her exploits in boot tracing, cracking, and distributing software in the glory days of the Apple […]
Podcast hosts Carrington Vanston of the Retro Computing Roundtable and Kay Savetz of ANTIC have joined forces to form a new podcast. Eaten by a Grue is a semi-monthly show in which the two co-hosts play and share their experiences with Infocom interactive fiction. The first two text adventure games they’ve played are Zork I: […]
The Caverns of Mordia, an Apple II adventure game originally published in 1980, has been re-released by its author, Hans Coster. This previously unreleased version, produced in collaboration with
Lon Seidman, occasional sysop of the Matrix Returns BBS, recently reviewed the Apple IIGS on his popular YouTube channel. The 33-minute video covers such peripherals as the CFFA3000 and software including GS/OS, HyperStudio, Arkanoid II, and California Games. Unfortunately, the Apple IIGS nearly went up in flames during the shoot, resulting in this “yule log“. […]
From Gizmodo, someone made this appetizing gingerbread Apple II: Check out all the sugary goodness at this Imgur gallery.
The RamExpress II+ Memory Expansion Card adds extra random-access memory (RAM) and Real time clock to your Apple IIc computer. The standard memory expansion card comes with 1024K (1Megabyte) RAM. It is now available for $69.99 through a2heaven.com. Shipping is free.