Many retrocomputing enthusiasts use the crowdfunding platform Patreon to fund their endeavors with recurring monthly support. Here are some creators who are, or are of interest to, Apple II users.

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6502 Workshop

Developers of role-playing game Nox Archaist, its expansion Lord of Storms, and the sequel, Dragonsmere.

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Benj Edwards

A journalist and editor of Vintage Computing and Gaming, writing and publishing articles, interviews, and podcasts about tech history.

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Chris Torrence

Host of the Assembly Lines podcast.

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Disk Blitz

Developer of the Applesauce hardware, “the most powerful floppy disk preservation and analysis” tool.

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Jason Scott

A freerange archivist for the Internet Archive and host of the Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It podcast.

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Javier Rivera

Creates podcasts, videos, and 3D models on his YouTube channel.

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Jimmy Maher

Author of The Digital Antiquarian, a comprehensive history of computer gaming.

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Joe’s Computer Museum

Home of Joe Strosnider, an ’80s kid sharing his passion for old computers with the world.

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Kay Savetz

Archivist, scanner, and podcast host of computer history interviews.

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Quinn Dunki

Metalworking, electronics, machine shop, and fab projects under the name Blondihacks.

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Ron McAdams

Host of the YouTube channel Ron’s Computer Videos, home of videos celebrating Apple II, Macintosh, and PC retrocomputing.

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The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, a non-profit in Oakland, California, USA.

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Video Game History Foundation

The VHGF, a non-profit in Emeryville, California, USA, founded by Frank Cifaldi and co-directed by Kelsey Lewin.

Disclaimer: This index is not intended to be comprehensive. No creator has paid to be included on this list, nor is inclusion necessarily an endorsement; however, most creators have received or are receiving support from this site’s administrator, as detailed here. Most Patreon donations are not tax-deductible. All creators are listed alphabetically. This was page last modified on Aug 8, 2023 @ 9:06 pm.