Brian Picchi, the author of Lamb Chops, has announced the release of his latest Apple ][ Game. Retro Fever is the first release of 2014 for the Apple ][ series computer and is Brian’s second foray into the realm of Apple ][ action games. According to the release on Facebook, ” For this game I teamed up with programmer and friend Brandon Bogle of retroswitch.com (some of you may know him as the creator of the Flyer Internet Modem for the 8-bit Commodore line). In the game you play as an Apple II enthusiast trying to add to their collection. Objectives include collecting the computers from a recycling center, fixing them in a repair shop, and protecting them from the yellowing effects of the sun! Standing in your way is an evil businessman who only wants the computers to resell on ebay for inflated prices. You’ll also need to avoid reckless drivers, overgrown lab rats, and your angry wife who wants you to sell your “junk”. This game has it all! ”
As was the case with Brian’s previous effort, the floppy version in a baggie will be available as well. He goes on to say “The disk image is 100% free so please try it out (and report any bugs!), but I’m also making a physical version available for purchase that includes the 5.25″ disk, a quality manual, and a genuine zip lock baggy”
To download the game or to purchase the physical format of Retro Fever, check out the Tanru Nomad Games website at: http://tanrunomad.com/official-games/
System requirements for Retro Fever is any Apple II series computer with 64k memory. Both Keyboard and Joystick control are fully supported.
You can play the game online at the Tanru Nomad Games website or on the Virtual Apple ][ website at: