Digital Eclipse’s interactive documentary about Jordan Mechner’s Apple II games will release for all major platforms on Tuesday, August 29, 2023.
Digital Eclipse will release an interactive documentary about Jordan Mechner’s Karateka for the Apple II, complete with playable games.
YouTube channel The Savvy Sage shares a video reflection on forty years of the Apple IIe computer, originally released in 1983.
LoadingReadyRun co-host Brendan “Beej” Dery promotes Apple II floppy preservation in this segment on RPG fan mods.
The excellent Apple VHS Archive YouTube channel continues to unearth analog video gold. The latest update is a nine and a half minute company internal video featuring, among others, a beardless(!) Woz – by then an “Apple Fellow” – talking up the benefits and general warm fuzzies of hardware and software patents. Watching Apple patent […]
Ben Vandermeer, an Apple enthusiast in Seattle, was at a Goodwill thrift store when he discovered a stack of Apple’s internal memos from 1979 detailing “Software Security from Apples Friends and Enemies” (SSAFE), a form of digital-rights management (DRM) that Apple was developing. Writes Vandermeer: This was a proposal to bring disk copy protection in-house […]
As tweeted by early (and current) employee Chris Espinosa, today is the 40th anniversary of Apple Computer’s incorporation in California. https://twitter.com/cdespinosa/status/816335019207639040
Brutal Deluxe Software, in partnership with Jean-Louis Le Breton (CEO of Froggy Software) and Richard Soberka (programmer, author of Zephyr), is happy to announce the release of the arcade game Pleins gaz for the Apple II. This color HGR arcade game was released by Froggy Software in late 1986. As the company shut its doors […]
It’s Steve Wozniak’s Birthday today!