Welcome to my Apple II web page, which is mostly abandoned, but still gets lurked around in once in a while.
Here's what you'll find here. If this stuff interests you, then you really need to go to KansasFest, subscribe to Juiced.GS, discuss on comp.sys.apple2, join Apple II Enthusiasts, and chat in #a2c.chat.
Apple II software
Time Zone multi-drive hack
Time Zone is an enormous 8-bit Apple II adventure game, covering 12 disk sides. It took me 38 years to solve it.
I have modified it to support a 14-drive Apple II so that you don't lose your mind with the constant disk swapping.
(Fortunately, some emulators can support 14 drives.)
NuInput is a multi-featured, lightweight, easy-to-use replacement for Applesoft BASIC's sucky INPUT and GET commands.
(The NuInput source also includes Pager and TextFileLoader, which are handy utilities for paging a text file, or loading one on a DOS 3.3 disk.)
Slammer lets you include machine language routines or data, or any monitor command prompt instructions,
as ordinary text within the REM statements of standard Applesoft BASIC, without needing to BLOAD anything. It's sort of like magic.
Magic Goto lets any ordinary Applesoft program GOTO or GOSUB to a text label, instead of a line number, like this: GOSUB "DoSomething"
Raspple II is an easy-to-install distribution of the Raspbian operating system for Raspberry Pi with A2SERVER, A2CLOUD, and other goodness mixed in and ready to go.
A2SERVER lets you easily use any computer (including Raspberry Pi) as a file server and network boot host for Apple II computers.
A2CLOUD lets any Apple II -- even a IIc -- access the internet, use ProDOS disk images like hard drives, transfer floppy disks, and more, via a Raspberry Pi.
I'm gradually releasing some other Apple II tools I wrote, starting with UnForkIt, which unforks extended files, making them usable in ProDOS 8.
I've also got a Raspberry Pi page up with some useful tools and compiled Apple II emulators.
I also have a Twitter feed where I post updates and things: @ii_tweets
last updated July 18, 2019