Garote’s Apple IIGS notebook is filled with ideas–perhaps some unreleased game from a bygone era?
This chapter from “The Computer Controller Cookbook,” published in 1983, demonstrates several easy-to-build Apple II hardware projects including how to: A different chapter covers building a converter to use Atari joysticks on an Apple (and vice versa).
Although written awhile back, Gareth Jones put together this guide to “the best freeware programs for the Apple IIgs.” He also put together a similar guide for the Apple IIe and IIc.
This site bills itself as “the largest and most complete source for 6502-related information in the world.” Have a look at the many interesting projects based on the microprocessor Steve Wozniak chose to power the Apple II.
Kicking off our new ‘Apple II Elsewhere’ topic are a couple of 1983 articles submitted by Sean Fahey. The Apple II was one of the first computers to interface with and control professional electronic musical instruments, in this case a 16-track polyphonic system called the Rhodes Chroma. Read all about the sequencer and interface.
Vince Briel, a computer technician in Ohio, has been working on an Apple 1 clone. The only problem was the ROM. Steve Wozniak, the designer of the machine, has now given him the go-ahead to use the original Apple 1 ROM in his clone.