Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 4 (December 2018)

This issue features a review of John Keoni-Morris' Applesauce floppy disk controller; five visitors' perspectives on the Living Computers: Museum + Labs; a tutorial for using Arduino with the Apple II; Kevin Savetz's adventure in reviving a laserdisc game for the Apple II; news of of the discovery of MIT Logo's source code; reviews of The Bard's Tale Trilogy remastered and All About Applesoft: Enhanced Edition—and much, much more!

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December 21, 2018 · Comments Off on Volume 23, Issue 4 (December 2018)
Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 4 (December 2018)

Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageLiving MemoriesKen GagneA visit to the Boston Museum of Science with Ryan Suenaga led to this month's coverage of the late Paul Allen's Living Computer: Museums & Lab.
3TidinGSPeter NeubauerThe source code for MIT Logo has been unearthed and published.
4-8ReviewAn Applesauce in FluxDavid SchmidtA review of John Keoni-Morris's Applesauce Floppy Disk Controller.
8AdvertisementRetro Roundup
9-11ReviewRemastering The Bard's TaleChris Freeman & Matt HerrickA rview of The Bard's Tale Trilogy, a remastering by inXile Entertainment and Krome Studios' remastering of Interplay's classic RPG series.
12Road TripReturn to the Velvet RopePeter NeubauerA visit to Paul Allen's Living Computer: Museums + Lab of Seattle, Washington.
13Road TripA Big Iron Bucket ListMike WhalenA visit to Paul Allen's Living Computer: Museums + Lab of Seattle, Washington.
14Road TripRetro RashomonRob McMullen, Kevin Savetz, Michael SternbergA visit to Paul Allen's Living Computer: Museums + Lab of Seattle, Washington.
15-17Tech-torialA Bridge Not Too FarCharles ManginHow to use Arduino to connect peripherals and computers of different eras.
17-19RetrospectiveMiracle on the MidwayKevin SavetzThe history of David Lubar's Adventures in Videoland, a laserdisc game based on the movie Rollercoaster, and how Kevin Savetz made it playable again.
20-21Cover ][ CoverTriple-A ApplesoftIvan DruckerA review of "All About Applesoft", an Applesoft BASIC programming anthology published by Call-A.P.P.L.E.
22-23DumplinGSWorking the NetKen GagneSophistication & Simplicity now sold by Juiced.GS: SCSI-2 audio CD drivers available from Brutal Deluxe; Charles Mangin releases DROPBLOCKS and BLOCKCHAIN games; a2heaven develops MEGA Audio sound card; Ewen Wannop releases NetWorker2; Jay Moore releases Drugwar//e game; Steve Chamberlin updates ADB-USB Wombat firmware; Retro Game Living Room interviews Trip Hawkins; Steve Wozniak interviewed by Michael Harrison.
23Simplicity NotesRock OnSteven WeyhrichKansasFest is the Woodstock of our generation.
24Wild ApplesKevin SavetzA visit to the Living Computers: Museum + Lab's "Totally 80s Rewind" exhibit.

Issue Links

My Home Page

Living Computers: Museum + Lab
A museum in Seattle, Washington, founded by Paul Allen and dedicated to working, hands-on exhibits of classic computers.

TidinGS

MIT Logo
MIT Logo the Apple II (7/9/1981 version); written by S. Hain, P. Sobalvarro, and L. Klotz under the supervision of H. Abelson; original copyright (c) 1980, 1981 MIT; rereleased under the MIT License; recovered and reassembled from source by Lars Brinkhoff.

Review: Applesauce

Appleauce Floppy Disk Controller
John Keoni-Morris' floppy drive controller for connecting vintage Apple II 5.25" and 3.5" floppy drives up to your modern computer via a USB connection.

Review: The Bard's Tale

The Bard's Tale Trilogy
A remastering of Interplay's classic role-playing game (RPG) series, developed by inXile Entertainment and published by Krome Studios.

The Bard's Tale
A 2005 game that includes emulations of the original The Bard's Tale trilogy.

the Lost Sectors
Matt Herrick and Chris Freeman's video review of The Bard's Tale Trilogy.

Tech-torial: Arduino

TeensyAn Arduino clone from PJRC.

Instructables
A source for Arduino project ideas.

Adafruit
Another source for Arduino project ideas.

Retrospective

Creative Computing
The January 1982 issue that includes Adventures in Videoland, a type-in text adventure game by David Lubar.

Adventures in Videoland
Kevin Savetz's GitHub repo with the original source code for Lubar's game.

LD-V4400
A laserdisc player's PDF manual, including details of an unusual DB-15 connector compatible with the Apple II.

DB15 Male To DB25 Male
A ready-made cable compatible for connecting a laserdisc player to the Apple II.

Let's Play
Kevin Savetz's YouTube playthrough of the game.

Rollercoaster Online
Scott Lawrence's online playable version of Adventures in Videoland.

Commanding Laserdiscs
Scott Lawrence's blog post about his project.

Cover ][ Cover

All About Applesoft, Enhanced Edition
Call-A.P.P.L.E.'s remastered edition of the 1981 original BASIC anthology.

S-C DocuMentor
The most complete documentation of Applesoft internals available anywhere.

DumplinGS

Sophistication & Simplicity
Steve Weyhrich's history of the Apple II, now available as a hardcover book from Juiced.GS publisher Gamebits.

SCSI-2 Audio CD driver
GS/OS drivers to play audio CDs from a SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive, courtesy Brutal Deluxe.

DROPBLOCKS & BLOCKCHAIN
New action-puzzle games developed in assembly by Charles Mangin.

MEGA Audio
a2heaven's sound card.

NetWorker2
Ewen Wannop's suite of Internet utilities, such as ping, traceroute, and WHOIS.

Drugwar//e
Jay Moore's Apple II port of John E. Dell's 1982 MS-DOS game.

USB Wombat
Steve Chamberlin's USB/ADB adapter.

Retro Game Living Room
An audio interview with former Apple employee Trip Hawkins.

The Michael Harrison Interview
A 1982 interview of Steve Wozniak by Michael Harrison on KMET radio.

September 19, 2018 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)

Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)

This issue features coverage of two events: KansasFest 2018 and the Fourth Annual Oregon Trail Game 5K; reviews of two books: Tome of Copy Protection and A History of Video Games in 64 Objects; how to program for Applied Engineering's Phasor sound card; a behind-the-scenes look at HackFest winning entry Rush; and much, much more!

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September 19, 2018 · Comments Off on Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)
Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)

Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageContingency PlansKen GagnePlan a fate for your Apple II collection, digital presence, and online accounts, whether by using Dr. Stephen Buggie's Apple II Will or tools like the Google Inactive Account Manager. Also, welcome to new staff writer Mike Whalen!
3-5ProgrammingEric RangellHow to make music with the Applied Engineering Phasor sound card, backward compatible with the Mockingboard and available from ReActiveMicro.com.
6-10Event coverageIn Line for KansasFestChris TorrenceChris Torrence shares his account of KansasFest 2018, from keynote speaker Roger Wagner to the last Garage Giveaway.
11Behind the ScenesA Rush JobIvan Hogan, April Ayres-GriffithsHow Ivan Hogan became the youngest HackFest first-place winner with his game Rush, and one judge's perspective.
12Meet the StaffMike WhalenMike WhalenMike Whalen
13-14Event coverageRunning the Oregon TrailMarcus AdamsRunning the fourth annual Oregon Trail Game 5K in Oregon City, Oregon.
14AdvertisementRetro Roundup
15-16Cover ][ CoverThe Deprotection DictionaryAntoine VignauA review of the Tome of Copy Protection, by Bruce Jones and Lane Roathe and published by Call-APPLE.
16-17,19Cover ][ CoverA Slice of HistorySteven WeyhrichA review of A Histry of Video Games in 64 Objects, by the World Video Game Hall of Fame at the International Center for the History of Electronic Gaming (ICHEG) at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.
18-19DumplinGSKen GagneCharles Mangin patches Karateka to support two players; IRATA.ONLINE launches on PLATO emulator; NinjaForce released NinjaTrackerPlus; Jeremy Rand releases a2buildpipeline; Brutal Deluxe updates Snake Byte and releases Graffidisk; 8 Bit Weapon releases a USB-based MIDI adapter; Marinetti updated to v3.0b9.
19Random Numbers16-bit solutions for 64-bit problemsEric ShepherdWill the HTTP/2 protocol close the Internet to the Apple II?
20AdvertisementRetro Computing Roundtable

Issue Links

My Home Page

Dashlane
Password manager that allows trusted individuals to access your information in an emergency.

LastPass
Password manager that allows trusted individuals to access your information in an emergency.

Google Inactive Account Manager
Share parts of your account data or notify someone if you've been inactive for a certain period of time.

Facebook Legacy Contact
Someone you choose to look after your account if it's memorialized.

Programming

Phasor
ReActiveMicro.com's wiki about Applied Engineering's Phasor card.

Phasor software
Demo disks provided with the Phasor sound card.

Adventure
Crowther and Woods' text adventure game with speech support.

Code
Supplemental material, including copiable code from the article.

Behind the Scenes

RUSH
Ivan Hogan's winning entry in HackFest 2018.

Oregon Trail Game 5K
The fourth annual race is a fun run based off the 1980s classic computer game.

Cover ][ Cover

Tome of Copy Protection
Written by Bruce Jones and Lane Roathe and published by Call-A.P.P.L.E.

A History of Video Games in 64 Objects
Written at World Video Game Hall of Fame at the International Center for the History of Electronic Gaming (ICHEG) at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.

DumplinGS

Karateka
Jordan Mechner's classic action game, patched by Charles Mangin to support two players.

Jumpy Guy
Charles Mangin's original action game for the Apple II.

Minesweeper
Charles Mangin's Minesweeper clone for the Apple II.

IRATA.ONLINE
An online service powered by a PLATO emulator.

PLATO
A terminal emulator for use with IRATA.ONLINE.

NinjaTrackerPlus
A music player for the Apple IIGS.

a2buildpipeline
Jeremy Rand's pipeline for building Applesoft BASIC, ca65 assembly, cc65 C and Merlin32 assembly projects in Xcode for MacOS.

Snake Byte
Brutal Deluxe's unofficial update to Chuck Sommerville's game.

Apple Time WarpA podcast interview with Chuck Sommerville of Snake Byte.

Graffidisk
Brutal Deluxe's tool for creating visual disk "images".

MIDI adapter
8 Bit Weapon and Charles Mangin's MIDI adapter for the Apple II.

Marinetti
v3.0b9 of the TCP/IP stack for GS/OS.

June 27, 2018 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)

Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)

In this issue, researchers from Princeton University present the Information Barrier eXperimental II — original Apple II software and hardware used for nuclear warhead verification. Also in this issue is a review of Oregon Trail: The Play! and an interview with its playwright; reviews of two graphic novels about Steve Jobs; a tutorial for procuring and digitizing academic dissertations about the Apple II; how Microsoft's purchase of GitHub will affect Apple II programmers; and much, much more!

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