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Have you always wanted lowercase support in your Apple ][ or ][+? Chris Torrence shows you how to create new character ROMs for your Apple ][ in the latest Assembly Lines video. Watch now!
Publisher DotEmu has finally updated Karateka Classic to support iOS 11. I’ve found it to be one of the more enjoyable ports and am very glad to have this Apple II game working again. Speaking of DotEmu and their Mac / iOS games, they’ve also done very nice ports of the popular action/adventure Another World […]
For those of you who have suffered long with the old version of Apple Commander, your cries have been answered. AppleCommander 1.4.0, which allows users to manipulate Apple II Disk images, has now been released. According to the new GitHub page, changes in the new package include: We migrated from SourceForge to GitHub. This updates […]
Joshua Bell, creator of the online version of the Applesoft and Logo interpreters and curator of Calormen.com, has a new project. The project, with full sources on GitHub, is a complete disassembly of the program known as Apple II Desktop or MouseDesk by Version Soft. According to the Apple II Desktop repository readme, The goal […]
Adam Christianson has released episode 647 of his MacCast podcast. This episode includes a variety of Macintosh related topics including: iCloud on Google servers, not a surprise. More iPhone X Plus details. Two security firms claim to have iOS 11 cracks. Apple’s audio products are doing well. Apple Video adds M. Night Shyamalan series. Battery […]
The RetroMacCast crew has released episode 261 of their podcast, entitled “Possible but Not Probable”. This time around, James and John discuss their lastest eBay finds: an Apple Acapulco patch, the TAKKY Color Classic, and a clear prototype Apple IIcx. They also take a look back at March 98 in the Macintosh world through the […]
The 2018/04 RetroChallenge is now taking entries for their event. RetroChallenge is an bi-annual event sponsored by John W. Linville in an effort to further the retro computing hobby. Entry rules pretty much sum up the feeling of the event: it is a bit like the opposite of Global Thermonuclear War — the only way […]