Ian Brumby has published the website for Crossrunner, an upcoming Apple IIGS emulator for Windows.
Dagen Brock, prolific software developer and host of the GS Programmer’s Home, recently produced a software hat trick of Apple II tools he’s developed. GSplus is an open-source, cross-platform Apple IIGS emulator based on KEGS and GSPort. Despite still being in alpha, the latest build supports drag-and-dropping disk images onto the emulator to have them […]
Eric Shepherd, author of the Sweet16 emulator for the Mac, posted an announcement today about the status and future plans for Sweet16. He starts with a comforting “this isn’t a death announcement!”, then continues: With that out of the way, I know it’s been a while since the last update to Sweet16, and that it […]
Happy II Year! A New, New Release. But first I would like to address the auxtypo, er auxtype issue recently discovered with the 6.0.3. release. Sometimes there are many ways to accomplish the same task. Most of the time it matters not how it is done so we don’t think about it. The auxtype issue […]
If you ever wanted to simulate a Burroughs 220 vacuum tube computer on your Apple II, rejoice! Those lucky enough to be at KansasFest this past July had the opportunity to check out Michael J. Mahon’s preliminary work on his B220SIM. Functional but limited at the time, B220SIM aimed to show off the state of […]
Ian Kim is a card building machine. Click the pic for more information.
Ian Kim of South Korea is a busy person. He’s apparently working on a Z80 co-processor board that will run MSX programs on the Apple II. I’ve used Google Translate (the site is on Korean) to get a pretty good translation here.
The Korean Apple II Community has been busy this month! Keonwoo Kim has released AIPC, an Apple IIe emulator for Windows with an impressive list of features! AIPC is freely available open source software released under the GPL. Source download: https://github.com/sosaria7/appleinpc Latest release: Apple in PC 0.1.34.4 Screen shots: https://github.com/sosaria7/appleinpc/wiki/Apple-in-PC—Screen-Shot If you can read Korean, […]
Steve Chamberlain has revised his successful Floppy Emu product and added additional enhancements for vintage Apple II and Macintosh users. Check out Steve’s intro attached below.
Check it out here. It features an interesting TV emulation that looks totally whack on a faux Monitor II. Several disk images and various controls are located at the bottom of the page. Have fun!