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Clock Signal Emulator, also known as CLK has been updated. The latest release includes fixes for bugs including: corrects an overflow issue within the graphics pipeline that could cause a crash when using almost any emulated machine, though it was much more likely to do so when using a machine with a user-selectable colour border. […]
Anti-M v1.6 is out: https://github.com/a2-4am/anti-m/releases/tag/v1.6 Anti-M can boot any 5.25-inch Apple II disk on any Apple II, including – 13-sector disks – SpiraDisc on //c or IIgs – games that require a ][+ or 6502 – booting from drive 2 Version 1.6 of the Anti-M program adds support for Personal Software 13-sector disks.
Why is Hallowe’en like Christmas? Because both have become commercialized to the point of morphing into insanely materialistic binges fueled by greed maintained by non-stop advertising? Because both, having lost all meaning as holy times, have become holidays with no more true significance than a ski weekend? Because 25 (Dec) = 31 (Oct)? Or, to […]
A fragment from the lost manual of the Order of Nox Archaist Ages ago a group of philosopher adventurers discovered a powerful energy emanating from deep underground. They learned to harness this energy with their minds and project it to kinetic and psychological effect, which we now call magic. They called themselves the Order of […]
Crow Cousins, the computing family who recently released a 6502, 65C02, and 65816 printable opcodes poster in true Beagle-esque fashion, announced the general availability of SpellWielder for the enhanced Apple //e, //c, and IIgs. The action / adventure game, which allows you to control the game’s protagonist as he sets out on a mission to […]
Across the digital prairie, over in the Apple II Software Enthusiasts Facebook group it feels like it’s the 1980’s all over again. The group is sponsoring a “two-liners” contest, where Apple II programmers, hackers, and other lovers of code are challenged to cram as much fun or purpose into two lines of either Applesoft or […]
James Savage and John Leake have released the 503rd episode of their RetroMacCast podcast. Join them as they discuss the latest Apple and Mac related eBay finds: Tempest Mac, Apple leather wallet, and iMac cat bed. They discuss iMac G5, and news includes connecting an original Mac keyboard to an iPhone, SE/30 webserver, redesigned Airpods, […]