|2||My Home Page||Five by Five||Ken Gagne||A look back at Ken's life with Juiced.GS over the last twenty-five years, in five-year intervals.|
|3-4||MusinGS||James Peyton||An interview with Lee Fastenau, who's porting the Nintendo Game Boy version of Tetris to the Apple II.|
|5-11||Review||Emulation Evaluation||Ivan Drucker||A smackdown of 14 different Apple II emulators, including Virtual II, AppleWin, GSPort, GSPlus, MAME, Agat, microM8, and more.|
|12-14||Connections||Capturing the Game||Ken Gagne||A tutorial for capturing audio and video from an Apple II for streaming to YouTube or Twitch.|
|15||MusinGS||Heavy Retro Metal||Ken Gagne||An interview with Kate Szkotnicki, aka LadyAurilos, about her Twitch channel Retro Metal, where she livestreams Apple II games.|
|16-19||TidinGS||Once More, With Feelies||Carrington Vanston & Kay Savetz||The script for an unaired, unrecorded episode of the Eaten By A Grue podcast, in celebration of hosts Carrington and Kay having played every Infocom text adventure.|
|19||Advertisement||Eaten by a Grue|
|20||Retrospective||The Next Quarter||Kate Szkotnicki, Sean McNamara, Sarah W., Carrington Vanston||What four Apple II users hope for the Apple II and its community 25 years from now.|
|21||Behind the Scenes||Bringing Applesoft to Twitter||Kay Savetz||A look at how Kay Savetz created a Twitter bot that accepts Applesoft BASIC code as input and returns the result as a recorded video.|
|22-25||Tech-torial||Connect the Bricks||Evan Koblentz||How to connect LEGO bricks to your Apple II.|
|26-27||DumplinGS||Into the Unknown||Ken Gagne||Ewen Wannop releases Webber; ][ Connect is released; Antoine Vignau updates Genesys; new books about Sierra On-Line by Ken Williams & Shawn Mills; Nox Archaist RPG is released; Hugo Calgariesque releases Tristam Island; MinnMax releases Oregon Trail documentary; Daniele Liverani releases "Into the Toy Planets" chapter of Genius game; Eric Donadieu releases 2048.|
|27||Pop the Stack||Pi in the Sky||Kay Savetz||The Raspberry Pi 400 is the most Apple II-like model of the Pi yet.|
MusinGS: Lee Fastenau
Lee’s code repository, where eventually his Apple II port of the Nintendo Game Boy version of Tetris will be available.
Gerard Putter’s 8-bit emulator for macOS.
An 8-bit Apple II emulator for Windows
An Apple IIGS emulator based on KEGS by Kent Dickey.
Another Apple IIGS emulator based on KEGS.
An 8-bit Apple II emulator for macOS.
An 8-bit Apple II emulator for Windows that supports emulation of Soviet and Eastern European computers similar to Apple II.
An Apple IIGS emulator that adds a 3D perspective to graphics.
Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, which emulates several arcade and home machines, including the Apple II.
An 8-bit Apple II emulator for Linux.
Eric Shepherd’s Apple IIGS emulator.
Brendan Robert’s Apple IIe Enhanced emulator, written in Java.
Chris Mosher’s Apple II Plus emulator.
Tamas Rudnai’s under-development 8-bit Apple II emulator for macOS.
“The quest to save today’s gaming history from being lost forever“
Kyle Orland’s Ars Technica piece about how changes in digital distribution, rights management increasingly make preservation tough.
Open Broadcaster Software, free software for capturing audio and video.
GANA AV to HDMI
$12 composite video adapter.
A higher-quality A/V video adapter.
Open Source Scan Converter
OSSC, an even higher-end video converter.
John Brooks’ HDMI card for the Apple II.
Leadstar 10″ monitor
A small, portable monitor compatible with the Apple II.
Assembly Lines #13
Chris Torrence on how to connect a portable monitor to the Apple IIc.
Apple IIc video adapter
An adapter that connects an Apple IIc or IIc Plus into DB15 RGB video.
Sends one video signal to multiple displays.
Apple II headphone adapter
Charles Mangin’s schematic for adding a headphone jack to the Apple IIe.
A part necessary for adding a headphone port to the Apple IIe.
Lo-Fi Let’s Plays
Leigh Alexander’s Let’s Play videos of Apple II games.
MusinGS: Kate Szkotnicki
Kate’s Twitch.tv show that streams Apple II games.
Eaten By A Grue
Carrington Vanston and Kay Savetz’s audio podcast about Infocom text adventure games.
A frontend for exploring and playing Infocom text adventures on an 8-bit Apple II.
A player for interactive fiction stories written in four major formats, including Z-Code.
Behind the Scenes
Kay Savetz’s bot that executes Applesoft BASIC code from Twitter.
Details on how to interact with @AppleIIBot.
A site for buying and selling LEGO bricks and parts.
LEGO TC Logo kit
Jonathan “Glitch” Chapman’s tutorial for creating an Apple II expansion card.
Minds Before the Storms
Evan Koblentz’s LEGO website.
Evan Koblentz’s Facebook discussion group.
Vintage Lego Robotics
An Internet Archive repository of LEGO materials, 1980–1995.
LEGO’s first programmable product
Alex Lukacz’s blog post about LEGO.
Ewen Wannop’s standalone Web browser for the Apple IIGS.
An 8-bit Apple II client for Twitter, Evernote, Gmail, and other online utilities.
Antoine Vignau’s updated version of SSSi Inc.’s resource editor.
Not All Fairy Tales Have Happy Endings
Ken Williams’ memoir about Sierra On-Line.
The Sierra Adventure
Shawn Mills’ crowdfunded book about Sierra On-Line.
6502 Workshop’s crowdfunded 8-bit Apple II RPG, now shipping.
Hugo Labrande’s original text adventure, available from itch.io for 36 different platforms.
MinnMax’s original documentary about the origins of Oregon Trail.
Into the Toy Planets
Daniele Liverani’s third chapter in the Genius game series.
Eric Donadieu’s port of the popular tile-sliding game.