The Apple IIGS version of DiversiTune has been released as freeware by the author, Bill Basham, according to Lost Classics Project director Howard Katz. It should be available to download from the usual places within the next few days.
Starting today, A2Central.com is licensed by Apple Computer to distribute select Apple software online. Visit our Apple Software Downloads section to download system software, HyperCard IIGS, and utilities in ShrinkIt disk archive format. We’ll have these files available in other formats soon.
The Lost Classics Project has obtained freeware releases for DreamGrafix and DuelTris from DreamWorld Software, according to Howard Katz. DreamGrafix is a paint program capable of working on 256-color and even 3200-color images, and DuelTris is a two-player Tetris-like game.
This anticipated update to the popular 8-bit role-playing game is now available, and can be downloaded from the Trenco Apple II archive at http://www.gno.org/pub/apple2/prodos/games/role.playing. The update fixes a few bugs and adds minor features.
Apparently my eSource has jumped the gun slightly on its announcement that Spectrum would henceforth be available exclusively from Shareware Solutions II. Although the announcement is correct, SSII is not yet ready to begin distribution. An announcement will be made when distribution is ready to begin. Joe Kohn of Shareware Solutions II indicated in an […]
According to the my eSource web site, Shareware Solutions II is now the exclusive distributor of the Spectrum telecommunications software for the Apple IIGS. Although the Shareware Solutions II Kagi payment site doesn’t list it yet, my eSource says to visit it to order online.
Eric Shepherd announced this evening the release of ImageMaker 2.0, the latest version of his disk image making program for the Apple IIGS. The new version adds support for making disk images in rapid batches, support for skipping bad blocks, and for recording lists of bad blocks and attaching them to Universal Disk Image files, […]
The popular disk copy utility Photonix II has been reclassified as freeware, according to Lost Classics Project director Howard Katz. You can download the software from the Trenco Apple II Archive.
The role-playing game Silvern Castle, for 8-bit Apple II computers, is now freeware, according to author Jeff Fink. His decision to reclassify the software was made in light of a low number of shareware payments for the software. Read more about this development.
Tony Diaz has released a minor ProSEL 8 update that fixes a cosmetic problem: ProSEL 8 didn’t realize that 2000 is a leap year, so dates after February 28, 2000 are off by one day. You can download the file here at a2central.com.