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.
Developers of role-playing game Nox Archaist, its expansion Lord of Storms, and the sequel, Dragonsmere.
A journalist and editor of Vintage Computing and Gaming, writing and publishing articles, interviews, and podcasts about tech history.
Host of the Assembly Lines podcast.
Developer of the Applesauce hardware, “the most powerful floppy disk preservation and analysis” tool.
A freerange archivist for the Internet Archive and host of the Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It podcast.
Creates podcasts, videos, and 3D models on his YouTube channel.
Author of The Digital Antiquarian, a comprehensive history of computer gaming.
Joe’s Computer Museum
Home of Joe Strosnider, an ’80s kid sharing his passion for old computers with the world.
Archivist, scanner, and podcast host of computer history interviews.
Metalworking, electronics, machine shop, and fab projects under the name Blondihacks.
Host of the YouTube channel Ron’s Computer Videos, home of videos celebrating Apple II, Macintosh, and PC retrocomputing.
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, a non-profit in Oakland, California, USA.
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 .