March 24, 2021 · Comments Off on Volume 26, Issue 1 (March 2021)
Juiced.GS Volume 26, Issue 1 (March 2021)


2My Home PageAnother Gap YearKen GagneKansasFest 2021 will be held online, which means another year we won't see our friends -- making Dean Nichols' passing all the more profound.
2-3Behind the ScenesHugh HoodBehind the scenes of Hugh Hood's Direct Connect PostScript Printer Driver (DCPPD).
5-9ReviewNox ArchaistIan BaronofskyA review of 6502 Workshop's Kickstarter-funded 8-bit fantasy role-playing game (RPG), Nox Archaist.
10-12ReviewWeaving the WebPeter NeubauerA review of Ewen Wannop's 16-bit standalone Web browser, Webber.
13-15ReviewAt the Edge of the WorldWade ClarkeA review of Tristam Island, a text-adventure/interactive fiction game by Hugo Labrande, available for dozens of computer and console platforms.
16-17,19MusinGSThe Shadow ConspiratorAntoine VignauAn interview with Pascal Anquetin, developer of Les Conspirateurs de l'Ombre ("The Shadow Conspirators") from No Man's Land.
18DumplinGSVenturing ForthKen GagneKansasFest 2021 to be held online; Jeremy Rand releases BuGS action-arcade game; Josh Weier creates virtual Apple II hardware and software in Unreal Engine; Lawless Legends demo available, with full game to come this summer; Oubliette game gets updated 2021 edition; Max Piantoni connects an Apple II to a 3D printer.
19AdvertisementDigital Dinos
19Pop the StackPower BrokerKay SavetzA recent power outage reminds Kay of the days when moving data was difficult and often non-essential.

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Adventuring Party
Copyright by Ludovico Tellatin; used with permission.

Behind the Scenes

Direct Connect PostScript Printer Driver
DCPPD, a moderately patched version of Apple's LaserWriter Printer Driver, courtesy Hugh Hood.

Review: Nox Archaist

Nox Archaist
An 8-bit fantasy role-playing game (RPG) by 6502 Workshop.

6502 Workshop's online community of Nox Archaist players, developers, and enthusiasts.

Official instructional videos for getting started with Nox Archaist.

Review: Webber

Ewen Wannop's 16-bit standalone World Wide Web browser.

Review: Tristam Island

Tristam Island
Hugo Labrande's text adventure/interactive fiction game, available for dozens of computer platforms and game consoles.

All the steps and solutions for completing the game.

Interactive Fiction Community Forum
A message board for IF enthusiasts.


Les Conspirateurs de l'Ombre
The Shadow Conspirators, developed by Pascal Anquetin and published by No Man's Land.


A virtual Apple II convention, being held July 23–23, 2021.

Jeremy Rand's action-arcade game.

Josh Weier's emulated Apple II hardware and software, built in Unreal Engine.

Lawless Legends
A playable demo of an upcoming 8-bit role-playing game set in the Old West.

Oubliette 2021
Daniel Henderson & Tom Porter's 8-bit, top-down puzzle game.

Controlling a 3D Printer From An Apple II & Forging Plotter Art
Max Piantoni's video on getting an Apple II to talk to a 3D printer.

Fantasy adventuring party in the woods

This issue features reviews of the long-awaited fantasy RPG Nox Archaist, the Web browser Webber, and the text-adventure Tristam Island; an interview with Pascal Anquentin, developer of the 1985 game Les Conspirateurs de l'Ombre; a behind-the-scenes look at Hugh Hood's Direct Connect PostScript Printer Driver; and much, much more!

Check out this issue's index for full details, as well as links to online resources for more related content.

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March 21, 2021 · Comments Off on Volume 26 (2021)
July 25, 2020 · Comments Off on Juiced.GS to publish in 2021; more back issues as PDFs

We're continuing our KansasFest tradition of announcing that Juiced.GS will continue publishing for another year! Subscribers can look forward to another four issues of exclusive news, reviews, interviews, and how-tos in 2021.

We're back for year 26!

Existing subscriptions will automatically renew on January 1, 2021, at the same rates as this year: $20 in the United States, $25 in Canada & Mexico, and $28 everywhere else. Subscription status can be confirmed by logging into your account in the Juiced.GS online store.

Not yet a subscriber? Sign up for 2020 and be immediately be mailed this year's issues; or choose to start a new subscription in 2021.

But wait — there's more: for the first time ever, we've made volumes 11–20 available as PDFs! For over a decade, these forty issues from 2006–2015 have been available in hardcopy only. Now you can read 832 pages of Apple II content, with covers and interior photos all upgraded to full color, digitally for only $80 — that's $2 per issue! Or get the print editions for $120, or both print and PDF for just $150. Individual volumes are also available as PDF — normally $12 per year, now on sale through July 31 for just $10 each.

Volume 15, Issue 3 (September 2010)Volume 15, Issue 3 (September 2010)
Experience past issues — for the first time in color!

We've also combined two of our previous bundles, the "Early Years" and "Middle Years", into one streamlined collection of volumes 1–10. That's yet another forty issues and 876 pages from 1996–2005 at the same prices: $80 for PDF, $120 for print, or $150 for both! Also for the first time ever, individual volumes 1–10 can be purchased as a print & PDF bundle for $20 each.

Sophistication & Simplicity

In case you missed it, Steve Weyhrich's book, Sophistication & Simplicity: The Life and Times of the Apple II Computer, is on sale for another 48 hours. Get an autographed hardcover for just $10 — or, for the first time ever, download the ebook for $15.

And before you check out, add the completely free Esprit de Apple Corps to your cart! This two-disc collection contains tens of thousands of MOD music tracks, Apple II graphics and animations, games, utilities, and more. Download it today, or get it as two CDs for just $10.

Juiced.GS and its publisher, Gamebits, are excited to grow the ways and years in which to serve the Apple II community. Have any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line!

In the meantime, see you at KansasFest. Apple II Forever!