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, […]
MSX games and applications on the Apple II?
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.
Tribute to the French United Crackers Klan
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/
AIPC (Apple in PC) Apple IIe emulator released
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, […]
Brutal Deluxe releases fEDD up v2
Antoine Vignua of Brutal Deluxe has announced the latest version of “i’m fEDD up” version 2.0, now with support for 3.5 disk nibble files and other improvements. Get it here: http://www.brutaldeluxe.fr/products/apple2/imfEDDup/
Brutal Deluxe releases DustHead! disk mechanism exerciser
DustHead! is a utility for exercising your 3.5 and 5.25 drive mechanisms (IWM controllers only). When used in conjunction with a cleaning disk, it can help keep your drives in tip-top operating condition. It can also come in handy when lubricating your drives!
Big Mess o’ Wires introduces Floppy Emu Model B
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.
David Finnigan’s Marina IP stack now Uthernet II compatible
Announcement copied from Usenet comp.sys.apple2 The January 2016 edition of Marina is compatible with the new Uthernet II from a2RetroSystems. Find updated demo disk, user’s manual, and source code at the Marina web site. The source code disk also has some sample programs that use the Uthernet II’s built-in TCP/IP stack. Marina’s Uthernet II driver […]