Brutal Deluxe Software, in partnership with Jean-Louis Le Breton (CEO of Froggy Software) and Richard Soberka (programmer, author of Zephyr), is happy to announce the release of the arcade game Pleins gaz for the Apple II. This color HGR arcade game was released by Froggy Software in late 1986. As the company shut its doors […]
ByteBoosters is now selling via eBay, two new Transwarp GS enhancements. High-speed 32KB DarkCache Card to replace the standard 8KB cache piggyback on the Transwarp GS. It uses the fastest SRAMS (8ns) available. $44.44 USD plus shipping – click picture for eBay listing. Complete GAL ICs replacement set, same high using the latest hardware revision […]
Ian Kim is a card building machine. Click the pic for more information.
Run your Apple IIGS with 8MB Battery Backup RAM or using a ROM Disk and ROM Tools? Yes, it’s now possible! The WhiteRAM 8MB will be available very soon now on A2Heaven.com for the low introductory price of USD $89.99 including shipping to anywhere in the solar system. Unique features are: Specifications:
Click graphic for additional information. Dear friends, Z80 turbo7 card is ready. This card is compatible as MS Softcard hence, it runs MBASIC, GBASIC(It is my favorite Language). Z80 CPU speed could selected Normal or Fast mode. Normal mode is same speed of MS Soft card and Fast mode make Z80 run to 7Mhz. But, […]
It’s mid-2016 and a new Apple II game has been published called GENIUS, Ep.1 “Into the Toy Warehouses” by Daniele Liverani. Billed as a strategic, fast-action high-res arcade game, you must help GENIUS save an imprisoned prince by tackling 80 levels of obstacles, puzzles and enemies. The first copy of the game is up for […]
Alexander Krauss writes:
The estate of Bob Bishop has been selling off his various collections, and have now posted Bob’s modified Apple II (serial #13) to eBay. It’s not completely original but no one should care. This is the machine that Mr. Bishop used to program all of the nifty software we know so well, like APPLE-VISION, APPLE-TALKER […]
In addition to their RAM card products, GGLabs is now producing a component video adapter for the Apple IIGS. You can see (and bid on) it via eBay. I think my only gripe is that it isn’t in a protective box.