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Blow the Cartridge
4soniq 4-Channel Sound Card
9.1 speaker placement
Apple II Festival France 2016
Tech-torial: Conducting interviews
Interviewing Technique Roundtable
Review: The Oregon Trail
Portland Center Stage at the Armory
Fault Line Theatre
Review: Castle Wolfenstein
New Game Plus
Burroughs 220 Simulator
US Festival 1982: The US Generation Documentary
Eaten by a Grue
The Caverns of Mordia
This issue features coverage of Apple II Festival France; an interview with Italian programmer Daniele Liverani; reviews of the 4soniq sound card from Manila Gear, the classic stealth game Castle Wolfenstein, and a stage production based on The Oregon Trail; a tutorial for finding and interviewing historical figures in the computer industry; a guide to buying and selling on eBay; a day in the life of an Apple II consultant; and much, much more!
Included in this issue is a 5.25" floppy disk with the games Structris and Retro Fever; the French Touch demo Plasmagoria; and an exclusive treat for Juiced.GS subscribers.
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Behind the Scenes
The Digital Antiquarian
Dangerous Dave in the Deserted Pirate's Hideout
This issue features a Juiced.GS first: variant covers! Both "Fire" and "Ice" editions commemorate Shadowgate, the Apple IIGS point-and-click adventure that's been resurrected for a new generation of gamers. We spoke with original co-creator Karl Roelofs about how development team Zojoi updated this classic game with new art, user interface, puzzles, and challenges. Here's a video showing the new Shadowgate, as well as the new availability of the Apple IIGS version of the game in a Mac/Windows environment:
Also in this issue is the Retro Computing Roundtable's holiday gift guide for retrocomputing enthusiasts; Ivan Drucker's tutorial for using Magic Goto; a review of Leigh Alexander's e-book Breathing Machine; a behind-the-scenes look at the Song Board stack for HyperCard; and much, much more!
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