Welcome to the Apple II and Apple IIGS Magazine Archives Website! This project was started in order to help preserve old publications that have been out of print for many years. These old publications are a valuable reference tool for those that own older systems or equipment, and also have an educational benefit to those who wish to research the building blocks of today's computer systems.
Our main focus so far is the archiving of old computer system magazines and books, mainly for the Apple II series, specifically the Apple IIGS, into full color high-resolution searchable PDF files and Internet friendly web pages, with a full indexing system. All publications are provided with full permission from their original publishers and/or the copyright owners.
A (hopefully) complete archive of the University of Michigan Software Archives (originally at http://websites.umich.edu/~archive/), which is no longer available as of 2023.
Included in this archive is software for the following platforms:
- Apollo graphical workstations
- Apple computers (Apple II family, including the IIGS)
- Atari computers (8-bit, ST, TT, and Falcon)
- Assorted linguistics software for various platforms
- Macintosh software (for 68K and older PPC platforms)
- MS-DOS based computers
- Physics software for various platforms
- Old software for Unix and X11
This section of the "FujiNetWiFi" Git project contains applications, demos, and sample programs for the #FujiNet device. Some applications are generic terminals, for connecting to servers (e.g., netcat and PLATO). Others are clients for talking to standard online services (like twitter and iss-tracker), or #FujiNet-specific services (like apod and news; code for some of those live at https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/servers). Finally, others are apps or demos that exercise other parts of the #FujiNet device (e.g., appkey-sample and LiteSAM).
Generally, compiled executable programs are likely to work best if you disable built-in BASIC while booting your Atari (hold [OPTION] on XL and XE models).
Lotharek sells hardware upgrades and replacement parts for retrocomputers, including the Commodore and Atari 8-bits.
How somebody recapped their 1050 disk drive (as well as the specific parts they used), connected the drive to their PC, and ripped disk images for archival.
An 8-bit minicomputer with a fully custom architecture. Hardware schematics, software (firmware), and an emulator for testing.
8-bit data width. 16-bit address space (with banking). 8 general purpose registers (5 normal, 2 indirect addressing, 1 flag), 16 instruction RISC instruction set, port mapped I/O.
Omnivore is a cross-platform app for modern hardware (running linux, MacOS and Windows) to work with executables or media images of Atari 8-bit, Apple ][+, and other retrocomputer machines and game consoles.
An archive of phreak programs for Atari, Commodore, Tandy and more.
A company that makes and sells components, new hardware, and software for classic 8-bit computers.
27 year old Atari company. Specializing in replacement parts and accessories for all consumer based Atari game systems and computers.
Someone fed ROM dumps from a couple of Atari games into distellamap and generated maps of function calls, with sprite dumps. Amazing, how simple games were back then...
This is a thing of beauty.
A website at which you can register the serial number and any notes about your Commodore 64. Geek fun at its greatest.
An archive of chiptunes ripped from keygen software, cracks, game trainers, demos, and intros. Sometimes this music is better than that of the game itself.
A wiki dedicated to the Commodore-64 home computer.
The archive of 80's and 90's computer magazines of all sorts and kinds, brought to you by archive.org. Including some you've probably never heard of but might want to peruse out of curiosity or a sense of nostalgia.
A public archive of Atari history, including games, documentation, and user magazines from days gone by.
5070 links, including 359 private