Script-Central Special Edition V7N2 Released

Script-Central SE v7n2 has been released by Brendan Bellina. Details of this release of the Script-Central SE package release are as follows:

Script-Central is a HyperCard IIGS stack collection presented as a disk magazine. Originally published on floppy disks in the 1990’s, v7n2 is the fourth issue published by Brendan Bellina released as 16 MB hard drive images. Stacks include hard-to-find content, stacks converted from Macintosh HyperCard, and original stacks. Along with the stacks themselves is a great deal of information as well as updated instructions on how to create your own issue of Script-Central, if so inclined.

In addition to its regular features: Tips & Trix, the Lounge, Q+A, Scripter’s Workshop, the office, the mailroom, and the bathroom, there are a number of special features, some entirely new and some updated versions previously released on Script-Central or online.

An updated csv of all Script-Central content including all 22 issues of Script-Central and the 4 issues of the Special Edition is included, as well as Script-Central Database Complete – a HCGS stack that contains information on all content of all Script-Central and Script-Central Special Edition issues.

This edition of Script Central SE includes the following HCGS stacks:

  • GraffitiMakerGS
  • MemoryMatchPlus
  • Word Waffle
  • Word Fu (a Wordle stack)
  • More Templates – more HCGS Templates to create your own stacks
  • Home Improvement – 20 improvements for the HCGS Home stack
  • Graph Machine – a HyperHack stack by Apple
  • Polar Plotter – a HyperHack stack by Apple
  • Home Desk
  • Groupies 3.2 GS
  • Visual FX v2.0
  • and more!

According to his website and offsite discussions directly with Brendan Bellina, this release, V7N2 is the fourth and final issue of Script-Central Special Edition. According to him, he is “out of ideas” for future issues.

Script-Central Special Special Edition V7N2 is available for free download from:

You can download all issues of Script-Central Special Edition and other Apple II software by Brendan Bellina is available at

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