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The Applewin Apple II Emulator has been updated. Applewin version 188.8.131.52 includes a few changes to the program including: [Change #574] Add support for PAL/European or custom 8K video ROMs: Added new command line switch: -videorom <file> Replaces the video ROM for the Enhanced //e. Support video ROM sizes of 4K, 8K and 16K (top […]
When Hackaday held their Supercon, they gave electronic badges to all of the attendees. Well, this in turn has produced a number of hacks and additions, including this one which caught out eye — An Apple-1 Emulator running on the badge https://hackaday.io/project/3620-l-star-software-defined-6502-computer/log/155608-l-star-as-a-supercon2018-badge-add-on
Chris Torrence sits down with 6502 Workshop’s Mark Lemmert to chat about the internals of Nox Archaist, Mark’s new Ultima-inspired computer role-playing game. Click here to learn about Mark’s build process, monster and tile creation, and much more!
The Applewin Apple II Emulator has been updated. Version 184.108.40.206 has been released by Tom Charlesworth, curator of the Applewin project. Included in this update are the following items: [Change #590] Apple II original: default to 48K (so no LC installed in slot-0). Added new command line switch: -s0 <languagecard|lc> (‘lc’ is an alias for […]
The Apple II floppy emulator options have been shrinking lately, with availability being limited to a few devices. From the CFFA 3000 last run to most other devices deprecated, there’s only two or three available right now. That’s why KbooHK coming into the Apple II community is quite welcome, and their product promises a great […]
Chris Torrence reviews the latest Apple II game by Michael Packard, of Snacking On! Software. It’s OidZone, an asteroids-style shoot ’em up with Mockingboard sound, super smooth graphics, and extreme difficulty. Watch the review now!
Oliver Schmidt has announced a major update to the IP65 TCP/IP Stack for the Apple II Computer. According to his press release in the CSA2, “It is likely that you think of IP65 as an asm written TCP/IP library for asm programmers. But IP65 has significantly changed recently in two directions: 1. C Interface The […]
by Rick Sutcliffe Technology News and Views Since 1983 November 2018 Apple’s latest iterations are anything but Halloween scary, much less insanely great. Rather they are mere steps along an already well-worn path of mediocrity–by dint of a loyal installed base temporarily insanely profitable in a strictly stock value-enhancing way, but not industry-leading in any […]
The Gryphel Project has announced the immediate availability of Mini vMac version 36.04. The latest version comes with a slew of changes, fixes and updates including interchange of data to and from the emulator via the Clipboard of the actual machine. For more information or to download the latest version of Mini vMac, check out […]