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Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Chris Torrence
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A conversion of Oregon Trail to Applesoft BASIC, created by Chris Torrence in April 2015, from the original 1975 source code uploaded by Jimmy Maher ( https://archive.org/details/200106-tops10-in-a-box ). See  https://archive.org/details/OregonTrailMainframeApplesoft  for details on the game conversion.
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Topics: Apple II, Oregon Trail, mainframe, Applesoft
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Sir-Tech Software, Inc.
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Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord This version takes the disk images that were available on the Asimov archive (created by snafaru@zimlab.com) and modifies them to work properly on an Apple //e with an 80-column card or an Apple IIGS with a CFFA3000 card. Video describing the changes:  https://archive.org/details/AssemblyLinesPodcast56 Original changes from Snafaru Boltac's inventory has been reset as it was out-of-the-box. An empty *ROSTER*. On level 6, a message has been...
Topics: Apple II, CRPG, role playing game, Sir-Tech
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by General Masters Corp.
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BAGGAGE SMASHER A K-TEK™ product for the Apple II™ © 1983 K-TEL SOFTWARE, INC.™ All Rights Reserved. K-tel Software, Inc.™ and K-TEK™ are trademarks of K-tel International, Inc. Apple II™ is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. #56014 Copyright 1983 General Masters Corp. Tap B to enable keyboard controls, then: K left ; right L stop Space attack My first public release of a ripped disk — when I saw that there was no trace of the game anywhere online, I couldn't let it just...
Topic: game
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc.
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MERLIN PRO is an extremely powerful and comprehensive macro assembler designed specifically for the 128K Apple lIe or lIc. With all of the   regular Merlin features, this professional ver­sion also offers additional enhance­ments for the serious programmer working with either DOS 3.3 or   ProDOS. The MERLIN PRO system consists of four integrated co-resident modules plus many auxiliary and utility programs. The four main modules are: •  EXECUTIVE MODE which provides file management and...
Topics: Apple IIe, Merlin, Assembler, 6502, 65C02
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by French Touch
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From the French Touch demogroup: Ibiza II for the Apple IIe (also compatible with IIgs and IIc). Requires 128k and works in both NTSC and PAL, PAL preferred. Unlike the first demo Ibiza , the technique used here is completely different. It is no longer a stream of each frame from the DISK II. This time, everything is loaded into memory in advance, allowing increased speed of course. Using the , one can also vary the speed of the animation during the event.
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Various
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This is a large archive of items related to the CEC (China Education Computer), a Chinese-language Apple II. It includes disk images, schematics, pictures, and documentation. To browse the collection, click here . Thanks to Jorma Honkanen for organizing the assembly, and thanks to the collectors of this material: Wyatt Wong, Lysander Leung, Simon Ng, Samuel Ng & others.
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Jacaranda Software
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Kraken: A Deep Sea Quest is a 1989 educational game developed and published by the Australian company Jacaranda Software. It was designed by Norah Colvin and David Smith, and programmed by Steven Luckett. Versions of this game were commonly played by Australian school children in the late 1980s and the early 1990s, and a Windows version is still sold by Greygum Software .
Topic: apple2
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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EDD Files generated by Antoine Vignau.
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Morse Code Sender
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by J.B. Brooks (After Apple Computer)
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ProDOS 2.4.1 adds several improvements and bug fixes to ProDOS 2.4. Includes ROM ID detection for many Apple II clones, and workarounds for clone firmware bugs. Franklin Ace Laser 128 Unitron Pravetz Updates MiniBas to version 1.2. Fixes a bug when launching ProDOS 2.4 from GS/OS using Closed-Apple to activate Bitsy Bye. Fixes a ROM bug in un-enhanced Apple //e when quitting to Bitsy Bye with 80-column mode enabled. Files on disk have been organized for faster booting and file access. ProDOS...
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Topics: Apple, Operating System, ProDOS, Retrocomputing, Disk Transfer, Bitsy Bye, Bitsy Boot, Apple II,...
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by J.B. Brooks (After Apple Computer)
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Note: ProDOS 2.4 is now updated to ProDOS 2.4.1 . ProDOS 2.4 adds new features for all Apple II computers, including the 1977 Integer ROM Apple II. The last release, version 2.0.3, was released in 1993 by Apple computer, 23 years previously. A direct link to the disk image is available here. Apple IIGS features of ProDOS 2.4 Preserves GS/OS dormant state – Now multiple ProDOS games or programs can be booted and still return to GS/OS. New ‘Bitsy Boot’ utility allows programs to quit to the...
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Topics: Apple, Operating System, ProDOS, Retrocomputing, Disk Transfer, Bitsy Bye, Bitsy Boot, Apple II,...
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Matteo Trevisan-Kurt Leucht
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EXPLANATION IT IS REALLY HARD TO PUBLISH AN APPLE II GAME IN ONLY 10 LINE OF CODE SO I HAVE MADE A BIG SEARCH ON THE NET AND FOUND A CURIOUS BLOG ABOUT THIS SMALL BUT ALWAISE NICE GAME, I HAVE ADAPTED IT TO MY IDEA OF  SPACESHIP GETTING ABOURD AS MANY AS POSSIBLE METEORITIES (MAXIMUM 10) IN LESS TIME POSSIBLE.
Topics: meteor, munch the snails, matteo trevisan, kurt leucht, apple ii
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Matteo Trevisan
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This is an  Apple 1  for Apple ii Simulator, I have added one program and one game in the Apple 1 OS, one Simple Calculator and SHALL WE PLAY A GAME? made by me. To exit the first two screens press R return and * return respectively. with 0 300 R you can write your own sentences, with 0 500 R you can run a Simple Calculator, with 0 700 R you can run SHALL WE PLAY A GAME mini game.With 0 A9 0 AA 20 EF FF E8 8A 4C 2 0 you run the text monitor remember to press RETURN. I have made a little...
Topics: Apple 1, Apple II, Emulator
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Charles Mangin
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Sim-8800 emulates a MITS Altair 8800 on an Apple II. The Intel 8080 emulator code is based on Apple80 by Dann McCreary. Instruction manuals are located here .
Topics: Altair 8800, Emulator, Simulator, Apple II
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
movies

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Mahjong by Tsukumo Original Soft for the Apple II. Dumped from an original tape which scans of have been included. Original WAV recording is included as well. Tom Greene created a cracked version in .dsk format for easy loading.
Topics: Mahjong, Tsukumo Original Soft, Apple II, crack, apple2, Scans, 1200DPI, 600DPI, Gaming Alexandria,...
Pass Plus Primary Reading 111 Words with Endings (1985 Prescription Learning)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Street Electronics Corporation
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The Cricket for the Apple //c by Street Electronics Corporation is a sound box that connects to the serial port and provides the computer with a 6 voice music synthesizer, a speech synthesizer and a real time clock. The user manual and the diskettes bundled are included in this package as well as a catalog and the press release from Street Electronics announcing the Cricket! among other products.
Topics: Cricket, speech synthesis, Apple //c
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Tut's Typer
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All The Right Type (1988 Didatech)
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Type to Learn v5 (1991 Sunburst)
Apple Puck Man by Star Craft for the Apple II. Dumped from an original tape which scans of have been included. Original WAV recording is included as well. 4am created a cracked version in .dsk format for easy loading.
Topics: Puck Man, Pac-Man, Star Craft, Apple II, 4am, crack, apple2, Scans, 1200DPI, 600DPI, Gaming...
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Vince Weaver
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Proof of concept of what the 1991 Lemmings game might look like running on an Apple II+.  Includes Mockingboard music.
Topics: apple ii, lemmings, demake
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DualBootHelper qkumba
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Sesame Street Crayon Numbers Count
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The Hobbit
Computer Programming in BASIC Lab Activities (1986 Houghton Mifflin)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Apple Computer Inc.
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Apple //e demo disk from 1982. Written by Bruce Tognazzini and J. D. Eisenberg. A later (1985) version removes the author credits. Disk label: Apple® // Diskware® Apple Presents…Apple An Introduction to the Apple //e Computer For //e Only DOS 3.3 Based © Apple Computer Inc. 1982 A2D2001 680-0178-A
Topics: Computer, Apple, Apple IIe, demo, Apple DOS, DOS 3.3
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Millionwaire (Trivia Game)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Apple II SCSI Card Utilities 2.0 (1990 Apple)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc.
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Tut's Typer, an Apple II typing tutor program. Bundled as part of The Write Choice. See  https://archive.org/details/WriteChoice  for the manual.
Topics: Apple II, typing, wordprocessing
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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ImageWorks 3.0
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Apple IIgs European Disk Collection
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by deater and mAZE
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Apple IIe demo of tweet-size (280 Character) Applesoft BASIC programs originally crafted for the Apple BASIC Bot by Kay Savetz. Re-imagined as a demo and released at Demosplash 2020, where it won 1st place in the Retro-Demo division. Full overview and information about this project at: http://www.deater.net/weave/vmwprod/botdemo/
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Fahrfall for Apple II: Alpha 1
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Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by qkumba (After Mini Appler)
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The Beautiful Boot! This floppy is meant to solve the issue of non-booting floppies in the emulated collection at the Internet Archive. By putting this disk in the first drive in the emulator, it will boot up and read the directory of the disk in the second drive. This will allow disks without their own DOS to start up. It currently works for 3.3 DOS only - a ProDOS version is elsewhere.
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Applehappy,Artillery,Atom 20,and other games
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Will Harvey
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Will Harvey’s Music Construction Set from Electronic Arts This is the 1987 Version of the Music Construction Set (MCS). New features include support for the Mockingboard D and the possibility to select the printer interface. The copy protection of MCS has been well documented in different issues of Hardcore Computist. The softkey for this version was described in the Issue #32.  https://archive.org/stream/computist-scan-32/issue32#page/n11/mode/2up The original manual of this version was a...
Topic: Apple II
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Compilation Mix and Match Muppets, Police Artist
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Matteo Trevisan, Mark D. Overholser
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This is an Artificial Intelligence Developed by Matteo Trevisan and Mark D. Overholser for Apple II and Clones or Emulators, it's a good example of how a robot can interact with humans. I remember you that in conformation with GDPR law this chatbot use your data only inside the emulator memory, once you close the emulator the data disappear. It is similar to an old real Apple iie computer volatile memory. So your privacy is not violated.
Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Apple II, Robot, Emulators, Clones
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Robert Harris
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A version of John Conway's Life for the Apple ][, written in 6502 assembly. Basic keys: A - up Z - down Left Arrow - left Right Arrow - right Space - toggle cell Enter - toggle run Esc - Menu (with many options) Many more options and keys are discoverable in the menus.
Topics: apple, cellular automata, game
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Learning to Read Hebrew
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Advance to Boardwalk
Board Games Chess,Flip It,Connection Plus,Trap (Keypunch Software)
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Wumpus Tom Brown
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Disk Muncher 1.1,EDD II,EDD III,other programs
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System Master Diskette DOS 3.2
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Apple Computer, Inc.
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Cardboard sleeve for floppy disk, "Diskware" series for Apple II. Part number 914-0071-A
Topics: computer, Apple II, floppy
CANDI and MARLENA (data disk for Artworx Strip Poker)(Passport crack)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Apple Computer (Software by Paul Lutus)
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Documentation for this program can be read here . Apple Writer III is a computer program that transforms your Apple III computer into a sophisticated word processor. With it you can easily create, edit, store, update, format, and print memos and contracts. You can prepare documents of any length and complexity. For instance, you can use Apple Writer III to write letters, reports, even books. Apple Writer III can save you many hours of typing and quite a lot of paper because it lets you correct...
Clowning Around (1985 Learning Technologies 1991 Merit Software reissue)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Quark Inc.
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Deprotected version 2.7 of Quark Word Juggler. Installed on a ProDOS 2.4.1 5.25in. disk image. Lexicheck file was not present on the original floppy. The only version present on on archive.org at this writing is version 2.5, which is for the Apple //e and requires a hardware dongle. The program does not follow the ProDOS quit protocol, and quitting the program will require a reboot.
Topics: Apple II, word processor, ProDOS
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Richard Orban (Mods by Jorj Bauer)
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Three Mile Island (Special Edition) A detailed operating simulation of a pressurized-water, nuclear-reactor-powered, electric generating facility. Created by Richard Orban in 1980; fixed for DOS 3.3 by Jorj Bauer in 2017. Project overview and description here .
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Steve Hawley (Sarcastic Software)
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Suicide! Written by Steve Hawley of Sarcastic Software. This is an original disk image from Steve Hawley, done before modifications by Piccadilly Software to improve gameplay. From Steve Hawley himself: My dad had an interesting sense of equity between his 3 sons. In 1979, he looked at the personal computer market and decided that since he had spent a fair amount of money on piano lessons for my oldest brother and a decent chunk of change for trumpet lessons for me, he was going to buy a...
Topics: Apple, Game
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Vocabulary Builder I (1983 Program Design)
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Magic Slate II 20 column
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ABCs (The Learning Bridge)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Street Electronics Corporation
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User manual and software utilities included with The Echo + by Street Electronics Corporation. The software is also compatible with The Echo IIb and The Echo IIc (or the Cricket!)
Topics: Apple II, Echo+, Echo IIb, Echo IIc, Cricket!, Street Electronics
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by H.C. Pennington
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SEIKO PCDatagraph RC1000 Data Manager 1.0 for the SEIKO RC-1000 Wrist Terminal
Topics: SEIKO, PCDatagraph, RC1000, RC-1000, Wrist Terminal, Apple II
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Matteo Trevisan
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This is an Apple 1 for Apple ii Simulator, I have added one program and one game in the Apple 1 OS, one Simple Calculator and SHALL WE PLAY A GAME? made by me. To exit the first two screens press R return and * return respectively. with 0 300 R you can write your own sentences, with 0 500 R you can run a Simple Calculator, with 0 700 R you can run SHALL WE PLAY A GAME mini game.With 0 A9 0 AA 20 EF FF E8 8A 4C 2 0 you run the text monitor remember to press RETURN. I have made a little...
Topics: Apple 1, Simulator, Apple II
SCA Compilation Playwords, Word Quiz Suite, Physics Programs
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Using A Calendar (1990 Hartley)
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Dynacomp
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Valdez Supertanker Simulation by Dynacomp 1979 Apple II Version VALDEZ is a microcomputer simulation of supertanker navigation in the Valdez region of Alaska. See the attached figure. Valdez is terminal port for the Alaskan oil pipeline. To get to Valdez harbor, supertankers must enter Prince William Sound from the North Pacific and cross that body of water to Valdez Narrows. Crossing this sound is complicated by the presence of islands, moving icebergs, and other supertankers heading for the...
Topics: Apple II, supertanker, simulation
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
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Mountain Hardware setup disk 2.00
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Rob McMullen
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Fujirun My (winning!) entry in the  KansasFest  2017  HackFest  competition. Gameplay This is a clone of the arcade game Amidar. You control an apple, trying to fill in rectangles while avoiding the booataris. Moving on the lines of the maze, you change the color from white to green the first time you walk on a segment of a line. When all segments surrounding a rectangle are green, the rectangles will be filled. 1 point is awarded for each segment of a line 20 points per segment height are...
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Computer QuizWare Biology question disk v1.1
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Cooks Endeavor Disk 1
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2019 01 Apple II Megabatch.zip
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Marco Fraticelli
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The "electronic issue" of The Alchemist, a poetry magazine edited by Marco Fraticelli. This is Side One. Side Two can be viewed here . Side One contains: "Electronic Creative Writing" by Richard M. O'Donnell "Dated Poems" by C. Orlock "31-It" by Michael Karl (Ritchie) "First Screening" by bpNichol Side Two contains: "Koala-ty Art" by Carol Day "There's Thunder There" by Richard M. O'Donnell advertisement credits
Topics: computer fiction, computer poetry, electronic fiction, electronic poetry, Marco Fraticelli, Richard...
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Marco Fraticelli
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The "electronic issue" of The Alchemist, a poetry magazine edited by Marco Fraticelli. This is Side Two. Side One can be viewed here . Side One contains: "Electronic Creative Writing" by Richard M. O'Donnell "Dated Poems" by C. Orlock "31-It" by Michael Karl (Ritchie) "First Screening" by bpNichol Side Two contains: "Koala-ty Art" by Carol Day "There's Thunder There" by Richard M. O'Donnell advertisement credits
Topics: computer fiction, computer poetry, electronic fiction, electronic poetry, Marco Fraticelli, Richard...
Pass Plus Primary Reading 112 Rhyming Words I (1985 Prescription Learning)
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Monopoly v2.00 (Tim Taylor)
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by Richard M. O'Donnell
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Note: there is currently an emulation bug on archive.org that causes part of the title screen not to draw. The rest of the disk is believed to function correctly. Poems and prose poems for the Apple II by Richard M. O'Donnell. Contents: Rice Wine Special Watch The Watchdog
Topics: computer poetry, electronic poetry
Miscellaneous Apple Floppies
by Apple Corps of San Diego
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APPLE CORPS of SAN DIEGO DOM 150 JUL 94 Side B: An Apple public domain sample programs disk with docs.Also a few Visicalc templates that can be converted to AW.
Topics: Apple II, user groups
Fractions Addition and Subtraction v1.6 (1985 Gamco Industries ID123)
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TouchMoney v1.0 (1993 Edmark)