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See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. In terms of ease of use, features and expandability the Apple II was a major technological advancement over its predecessor, the Apple I, a limited-pro Search icon An illustration of a magnifying glass. User icon An illustration of a person's head and chest. Sign up Log in. Web icon An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine Texts icon An illustration of an open book. Books Video icon An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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Filters 29, RESULTS. Media Type Media Type. SHOW DETAILS. VIEWS TITLE DATE ARCHIVED DATE PUBLISHED DATE REVIEWED DATE ADDED CREATOR. SORT BY. Games and entertainment software for the Apple II. The Internet Archive Software Library is a large collection of viewable and executable software titles, ranging from commercially released products to public domain and hobbyist programs.

Using the JSMESS emulator, users can "boot up" an emulation of the given title and use it in their browser. More titles are added frequently, and users are encouraged to donate newly found floppy disk images and programs. A collection of historical software for Apple II computers from the s and early s.

Each item was originally copy protected i. Most items also include a "work disk" comprising the intermediate files created during the deprotection. A randomized collection of contributed Apple II floppy disk images - many destined for other locations, some unsure of their history or what modifications make them unique.

A collection of. WOZ disk images for the 8-bit Apple II. WOZ disk images comprise all the data from a 5. These are not "cracked" copies; all the original code, including on-disk copy protection checks, are retained. When booted in a compatible emulator, these disk images pass their own copy protection checks.

Inthe Applesauce Floppy Drive Controller was released. Utilizing custom hardware attached directly to an Apple II floppy drive, this peripheral allows for both low-level reading of all Apple II floppy disks and post-analysis of them, converting them into several formats. One of these.

WOZ, is meant to provide all intact disk information including protection schemes for use by emulators. This is a set of emulated Apple II programs, including Games, Educational Software, Utilities and Applications. Emulated in the browser using The Emularity, it allows for one-click access to the original programs.

These floppy disks are imaged using the. WOZ format, which is designed to capture the full range of Apple II disk data, including copy protection efforts. From, the reference specification: Why yet another Apple II disk image format? This is probably the question many of you reading Apple II Game Compilations - collections of games or programs on a single floppy disk with a menu to allow selection between them.

More titles are added frequently, and users are encouraged to Includes applications, games, graphics, and other titles for the Apple IIgs with occasional non-gs titles mixed in. This collection is from Finland, and has a strong European connection and theme. This collection consists of thousands of floppy disks primarily for the Apple II and III series of computers, from the collection of the Rhode Island Apple Group RIAG. RIAG is an Apple Users Group from Providence, RI that was formed in the s for the support of the Apple II.

From the site: The Rhode Island Apple Group RIAG is the Ocean State's premier support organization for users of ALL Apple and Apple OS computers - Apple II, Apple III, Lisa, Macintosh, and all clones using Apple Topics: Apple II, Floppies, Emulation, Rhode Island, RIAG. Education and Learning programs for the Apple II family of computers. The floppy disks are encoded in the. WOZ format for inclusion of the full digital image of the original media. Applications, utilities and general purpose software for the Apple II.

The Apple IIGS stylized as IIgs is the fifth and most powerful model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. The "GS" in the name stands for Graphics and Sound, referring to its enhanced multimedia capabilities, especially its state-of-the-art sound and music synthesis, which greatly surpassed previous models of the line and most contemporary machines like the Macintosh and IBM PC. The machine was a radical departure from any previous Apple II, with Educational software for the Apple II.

The 3D0G Knight was an Apple II pirate who collected a large variety of Apple II floppy disks, including contacting collectors for copies of their own floppy sets to add to his own for the purpose of preservation in the late s. This collection contains all the unique items from 3D0G Knight's collection, as well as an item with all the floppy images.

To download the entire collection of imaged floppies, please go to this item. The Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium later Corporationmost commonly known as MECC, was an organization founded in The goal of the organization was to coordinate and provide computer services to schools in the state of Minnesota; however, its software eventually became popular in schools around the world.

Origins During the s, Minnesota was a center of computer technology, what one newspaper would describe 50 years later as a "Midwestern Silicon Valley". Entertainment and Gaming software for the Apple II family of computers.

A collection of floppy disk images from The Glitch's personal collection, dating to the early s. A collection of recordings of booting Apple II programs, deprotected as part of the 4am project. Apple II public domain software disks from the ASIMOV Apple II Archive. A collection of Apple II Software floppies from the collection of DaSpider. Integrated game Marney Kliever's award-winning graphic adventure game from written in BASIC for the Apple II. The player explores a castle and solves puzzles with the goal of turning off a magic lamp which has cursed a medieval town.

Topic: apple2. A large collection of. A2R files generated using a Applesauce imaging tool, by Antoine Vignau of Brutal Deluxe. Floppy disk images of Apple II Magazines, monthly or occasional issues that would come in disk form with programs and articles. Applications, Utilities and General Programs for the Apple II family of computers. Apple II productivity software disks from the ASIMOV Apple II Archive. Topic: Applesauce. Apple A2R flux reversal disk images capture with the AppleSauce solution Topic: apple image a2r woz.

Apple II Floppies from the ASIMOV archive - miscellaneous. Demos for the Apple II, including graphics and sound demonstrations as well as truncated versions of commercial software. More titles are added frequently, and users are encouraged to donate Antoine Vignau 3.

A collection of 3. Copley, and Steven Splinter, and distributed by MECC. This is version 1. It is preserved here for the first time. Karateka Broderbund [a3] favorite favorite favorite 2 reviews. Collected from several sources previous to that. Topics: apple2, apple, applesauce, woz, a2r.

InJeremy Barr-Hyde purchased an Apple II from Ebay, and imaged all the floppies from it. A description of the process is documented on this web page. This collection consists of the original. ZIP file of his work, as well as expanded emulated copies of the disk images. You play the game using the mouse, moving your player to avoid the bugs and shoot them before they get you.

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