Just in time for the American 4th of July (Independence Day) Holiday, Jesse Blue of NinjaForce has released KABOOM! v1.03. KABOOM! was recently updated to support the 4play Joystick Card by Alex Lukacz and the 4soniq 4-Channel Stereo Card by Jon Christopher Co and John Valdezco.
Javier Rivera has opened a store to offer fashion-conscious Apple II enthusiasts an array of Apple II-themed t-shirts (and coffee mugs). Check them out at the Apple II FAQ Store”.
Reminder! Discounted early-bird registration for KansasFest 2016, the 28th annual Apple II convention, ends May 31. On June 1, prices rise $55, so reserve your spot now. Official KansasFest shirts are extra and optional and must be ordered by June 22; registration for staying on-site closes July 1. Users, programmers, hobbyists, and retrocomputing enthusiasts are […]
The 4play card is an interface for simultaneously connecting 4 digital (Atari style) joysticks to the Apple II for multi-player gaming and possibly other creative applications. The 4soniq appears to be a 4 channel stereo card. This is a developing story. More information is forthcoming. PRESS RELEASE Brisbane, Australia, 29 April, 2016 – Alex Lukacz, […]
This is an update to our prior post from March 28th, 2016. We’re excited to announce the official release of the Universal PSU Kit and Upgrade service from Ultimate-Micro.com. The Universal PSU works Internationally and with all AC power from 90 to 264V, and 47 to 63Hz. The Universal PCB mounts in any Apple II […]
Brutal Deluxe is a big fan of the works of the French United Crackers Klan/Miami Software and the group wanted to thank them for what they have brought to the Apple IIgs. Find a page with their software (cracks, demos, games, slide shows, utilities) and source code (yes, source code of ZZCopy ;-)) now @ http://www.brutaldeluxe.fr/tribute/fuck/
Vintage Computer Festivals are like no other events! Come join us for a few days of family-friendly historic computing awesomeness. Each event has a hands-on exhibition hall where you can see and try computers from the 1960s-1980s. There are also keynote lectures, technical classes, special attractions, and much more. There are four U.S. editions of […]
This month on Open Apple, we sit down with legendary Apple II programmer, Bill Budge. In addition to being an icon of Apple II gaming and graphics, he is the number-one-requested guest by listeners of the show. Mike and Quinn are very excited he was able to make some time to talk to them, and […]
In this episode of Drop /// Inches, we interview Taylor Pohlman, who joined Apple in 1979 and became the Apple /// Product Marketing Manager in 1981, managing the “Reintroduction” of the Apple ///. He is also well known for the series of columns in Softalk magazine (“The Third BASIC”) introducing concepts in Business BASIC programming. […]