Volume 17, Issue 3 (September 2012)

Volume 17, Issue 3 (September 2012)
2My Home PageBusiness As UsualKen GagneJuiced.GS returns in 2013; volumes 1-6 back in print; enjoy articles by Steve Weyhrich and Martin Haye; read Craig Grannell's profile of Juiced.GS in Retro Gamer
3Letters from the Land of ROMKen Gagne, Tony DiazMichael Mulhern appreciates the Drift demo floppy disk; Tony Diaz helps Stephen Ashton replace a Vulcan hard drive fan
4-7Event coverageConnecting at KansasFestMartin HayeCoverage of KansasFest 2012, John Romero's keynote speech, HackFest, and more
8Behind the ScenesA Calculated WinJeremy Rand, Geoff WeissHow and why Jeremy Rand won HackFest 2012 with CurtaSim, a Curta calculator simulator
9-11,19ProgrammingFun With LogoPeter NeubauerProgramming in Logo with recursion, music, sound, The Byte Works' 3D Logo, and more
12-13Cover ][ CoverIn the BeginningSteven WeyhrichA review of The New Apple II Users' Guide, by David Finnigan
14-17,19TidinGSThe Future of GS/OSEric ShepherdWhat would System 7.0 look like on the Apple IIGS? Hypothetical upgrades to networking, FSTs, toolkits, utilities, and more
18DumplinGSGoing Regional and MobileKen GagneEwen Wannop reclassifies Spectrum; Mike Willegal sells SUPERPROTO cards; VCF Southeast to debut; new versions of Lode Runner, Spy vs. Spy, Bard's Tale, Karateka
19Random NumbersI Hate To Tease, But.Eric ShepherdSoftware development is occurring in the Apple II community -- just slowly, and behind the scenes
20Wild ApplesPeter NeubauerBeware the wild Apple II!

My Home Page

Apple II History
Dr. Steven Weyhrich’s chronicle of the life and times of the Apple II.


More about the demo floppy disk and custom sleeves incuded in the June 2012 issue of Juiced.GS.

Silenx IXP3416 iXtrema Pro Fan
A 60mm x 25mm, 16dBA, 18CFM replacement for the Vulcan hard drive fan.

Event Coverage

Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

Behind the Scenes

Jeremy Rand’s Curta calculator simulator for the Apple II.

Cover ][ Cover

The New Apple II User’s Guide
David Finnigan’s paperback guide to the Apple II.


Speccie’s Home Page
Ewen Wannop’s reclassified software, including Spectrum and SAM.

Mike Willegal’s prototyping card.

VCF Southeast 1.0
David Greelish’s Georgia iteration of the Vintage Computer Festival, scheduled for February 9, 2013.

Lode Runner Classic
All 150 levels from Doug E. Smith’s Apple II game, now for mobile devices.

Spy vs. Spy
The Mad magazine comic strip as an iOS game.

The Bard’s Tale
A new role-playing game that features Interplay’s original trilogy.

A new game from Jordan Mechner for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and other platforms.