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 ClassicGaming - A Member of The GameSpy Network
Emulators allow your computer to act like the actual hardware of the emulated system, such as a gaming console like the Atari 2600, or a computer like the Apple IIe.
Emulators require game binaries (ROMs or Disk Images) to function, much like a real gaming system requires a cartridge or Floppy disk before it can run a game.
Emulators are grouped by the computer, console, handheld, or coin-op system they emulate.
www.classicgaming.com /vault   (313 words)

  
 Apple II FTP Archive
Apple II Emulators FAQ This document is a guide to cross-platform emulators of Apple 8-bit and 16-bit computers (primarily the Apple ][ series) and other emulator resources.
Apple II DOS and Commands FAQ This document attempts to give a detailed and correct set of Apple II DOS command line commands, covering those found in official releases of DOS 3.3 and ProDOS.
This is a suitable starting point for most Apple II related questions.
www.gno.org /pub/apple2/doc/FAQs   (313 words)

  
 Apple II Files
Some will be of interest to people running Apple II emulators, others are here because of their nostalgia value.
Because the Apple II product line was being phased out, the market for IIgs products was collapsing in a big way around the time this was released.
These files run on or relate to the Apple II series of computers.
www.fadden.com /dl-apple2   (313 words)

  
 Zophar's Domain: Apple II Emulators
Dapple is an Apple ][ emulator that aims to support a well-fitted Apple ][, ][+ or //e machine with 64K.
Requires system roms for the Apple //c, Apple //e, and Apple ][+.
It's almost a complete rewrite and supports full Apple //e and partial Apple //c.
www.zophar.net /apple2.html   (313 words)

  
 A2Central.com's Apple II User Group Locator
BAUG is a New York City-area club for users of vintage Apple computers including Apple II and compatible systems, Apple II emulators, and low-end Macs.
As a service to both Apple II user groups and users that are looking for a place to get help with their Apple II computers, A2Central.com provides this directory of Apple II user groups.
AppleLinc, the officially-sanctioned Apple II club (even though Apple thinks it's a Mac club) meets twice a month at the Faith Orthodox Presbyterian Church at 5640 Salt Valley View (north side of Old Cheney Road where 12th Street should be).
www.a2central.com /ugl   (313 words)

  
 Mirago : Computers: Emulators: Apple: Macintosh: Basilisk II
Top: Computers: Emulators: Apple: Macintosh: Basilisk II Basilisk II Benchmarking - Compares various setups using a Basilisk II build available in December of 2000.
Basilisk II with a JIT Compiler - A beta build of Basilisk II for Windows and Linux, which includes a Just in Time compiler.
Basilisk II News - Frequent news regarding the emulator.
www.miragorobot.com /scripts/dir.aspx?cat=Top/Computers/Emulators/Apple/Macintosh/Basilisk_II   (313 words)

  
 Apple II Programmer's Reference: Applesoft Commands
I found these in the back of a manual for II in a Mac, one of the first Apple II emulators that ran on the original Mac and Mac 512.
Here's a brief list of Applesoft, Integer Basic, DOS 3.3, and ProDOS commands with descriptions.
APPLESOFT Reference (click links above for other command lists)
www.landsnail.com /a2ref.htm   (313 words)

  
 A2Central.com: Emulation
This page will soon have tips and information for users of Apple II emulators, but the content is still being written.
Apple II Oasis is an Apple //e emulator for Windows.
Bernie ][ The Rescue is an Apple II emulator that runs on Macintosh computers.
www.a2central.com /emulation   (117 words)

  
 Omniseek: /Computing /Hardware /Systems /Apple /Apple II /Usenet
Top: Computers: Systems: Apple II (65) Emulators@ (13) Vendors (16) Apple ][ Programmer's Archive - Programming languages and development tools for the classic 8-bit Apple II computers.
The Apple II was the first truly important personal computer ever.
Omniseek: /Computing /Hardware /Systems /Apple /Apple II /Usenet
www.omniseek.com /srch/{98240}   (316 words)

  
 emulation.net
Nowadays, of course, Apple IIgs emulators have also been developed.
Apple II Since the Apple II is the older cousin of the Macintosh, we've always had a soft place for it in our hearts, disregarding its flaws and appreciating its strengths.
This file includes the source code, plus binaries for both Windows and OS X. is a new Apple IIgs emulator especially built for Mac OS X. It's been ported from HP-Unix and this version has a lot of optimization, both on the source code and in Cocoa integration.
emulation.victoly.com /apple2   (1073 words)

  
 Free Programs for the IIgs
Among the wonders of modern times are computer emulators that allow, for example, a PC or Mac to run Apple II programs.
Apple itself is a prime offender for withholding AppleWorks GS and System 5.0.4, the GS Sales Demo, and the Introduction to the IIgs (training disk).
The Apple II connection to this is that the Mac fonts can be used on the GS if the Pointless Control Panel is installed.
modena.intergate.ca /personal/gslj/iigsfreeware.html   (10218 words)

  
 greenfld.net
Well, an emulator doesn't do well without the disks, so finding the Apple II Archives was the next step.
Well, needless to say, this rush has to be spread to other Apple II enthusiasts that I know, and ones that I don't know, so that is the reason this page is in existence.
For anyone who had an Apple II+/IIc/IIe or even a Laser 128, and loved some of the games that they made, this is the page for you!
jeff.greenfld.net /appleii.html   (478 words)

  
 Apple ][ Emulator Resources Guide 1.3.5 (1/1)
Excerpted from the text file: "IIe is a fully functional Apple //e emulator that supports all of the graphics modes, all of the Apple //e keyboard keys, and all of the currently available Apple II disk image formats.
Furthermore, it is possible to trim the speed of the emulator and it runs in full speed (approximately) twice as fast as an standard Apple II+ on a 486DX-50...[It uses] the svgalib's key scancodes.
Although emulators such as AppleWin can read disks with the MacBinary header, for compatibility with other emulators it is often better to remove the header.
www.faqs.org /faqs/apple2/emulators-faq/part1   (478 words)

  
 Home of the Underdogs - How To Run Non-PC Underdogs
Running Apple II disk images on PC is a simple matter of using the AppleWin emulator, which you can download here, among other places.
There are many Macintosh emulators for PC, but the best we have found is Basilisk, which runs every Macintosh oldie on this site beautifully-- with full sound, and without any glitch.
There is a few emulators for the Tandy CoCo & TRS-80, not all of which can emulate all systems (up to CoCo 3 for example).
www.the-underdogs.org /nonpc.php   (478 words)

  
 Apple II FTP Archive
Apple II Emulators FAQ This document is a guide to cross-platform emulators of Apple 8-bit and 16-bit computers (primarily the Apple ][ series) and other emulator resources.
Apple II DOS and Commands FAQ This document attempts to give a detailed and correct set of Apple II DOS command line commands, covering those found in official releases of DOS 3.3 and ProDOS.
Apple II Flopticals FAQ This document contains information on using Floptical removable media drives with an Apple II.
www.gno.org /pub/apple2/doc/FAQs   (398 words)

  
 List of emulators - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UAE emulation engine is commonly used in emulators of other 68K platforms, like the Macintosh.
Bernie II the Rescue emulates the Apple II on the Macintosh
Many different emulators for running Mac programs on Windows are discussed at http://emaculation.com/...
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_emulators   (592 words)

  
 Webstercc.com: Emulators
Includes a disk image manager and an Apple II to PC data transfer utility.
XGS/32 - An Apple IIgs emulator for Windows 9x/NT/2000 based on XGS.
Emulators Resources Help build the largest human-edited directory on the web.
www.worldwidewebfind.com /Emulators.html   (592 words)

  
 Booting into (Apple) DOS 3.3
I think I may still look around for an old Apple to see if what's on these disks is any good, maybe even a IIgs so I can transfer them to floppies I might be able to read on my old Quadra, but in general, emulators do seem a lot easier to find these days.
Rom images from an Apple II are easy to obtain online (look at emulation.net or the asimov Apple II archive for some starting points) but of course you need to actually have the hardware for these to be legal downloads.
I'm sure that Apple's attitude toward support of old Franklin users is akin to Rhett Bultler's support of a Miss O'Hara.
www.oreillynet.com /pub/wlg/5008   (832 words)

  
 Free Programs for the IIgs
Among the wonders of modern times are computer emulators that allow, for example, a PC or Mac to run Apple II programs.
Apple itself is a prime offender for withholding AppleWorks GS and System 5.0.4, the GS Sales Demo, and the Introduction to the IIgs (training disk).
Brutal Deluxe is a French programming team that is responsible for some of the best strategy games for the Apple IIgs: Blockade, Cogito, a version of Cogito for the Second Sight VGA card, The Tinies, and "The Tinies Construction Kit" (TCK), which is a level editor for the Tinies.
modena.intergate.ca /personal/gslj/iigsfreeware.html   (832 words)

  
 KEGS - An Apple IIgs emulator
KEGS emulates an Apple IIgs accurately at between 8MHz and 120MHz on pretty much any Unix/Linux computer, Win32, or Mac OS X. Other Apple IIgs emulators and other KEGS ports
The are several ways to transfer files from your Apple IIgs to your machine.
Treasure Chest Project - Another site getting Apple II and IIgs software reclassified as freeware, with downloads.
kegs.sourceforge.net   (832 words)

  
 Apple II emulator in C
Here is the source for the Apple II emulator in C that I wrote with Tom Markson back in 1990.
This was done on an Amiga 2500 running Unix; the speed of the emulator was about 1/5th of a real Apple II.
There are also better emulators available now (mine didn't do graphics, although someone sent me some code to extend the emulator to use X that I never folded back in).
www.skrenta.com /a2   (832 words)

  
 Operating Systems: Win/Unix on Mac, Mac on Others,
Software for running Mac applications on non-Macs is rarer, mostly because the software code that makes a Mac a Mac, the Mac Toolbox ROM code, is owned by Apple and not available to other manufacturers.
Emulates either a Mac Classic (which runs Mac OS 0.x thru 7.5) or a Mac II series machine (which runs MacOS 7.x, 8.0 and 8.1), depending on the ROM being used.
Running Mac OS on PCs or UNIX machines can be done with an emulators or a runtime environment.
www.macwindows.com /emulator.html   (3632 words)

  
 Zophar's Domain: Apple II Emulators
Dapple is an Apple ][ emulator that aims to support a well-fitted Apple ][, ][+ or //e machine with 64K.
Features sound emulation through either the PC speaker or a sound card, and the Super Serial Card is emulated through PC COM ports.
Emulates 128K+ //e, all video modes, both 65c02 and Z80 CPUs, sound, peripheral cards, floppy and hard disk drives.
www.zophar.net /apple2.html   (3632 words)

  
 Emulators Online - Apple Macintosh Emulation
The second generation of Macintosh II ROMs are the 512K, 1M, and 2M ROMs found in the Macintosh IIci, IIsi, LC series, Centris series, and Quadra series computers.
These are not true classic Macintosh computers and are thus not intended to be supported by our emulators.
Give us the model of Macintosh, the year it was manufactured, the type of processor inside of it, the number of ROM chips, the number of pins on each ROM, and read off all the text on each ROM.
www.emulators.com /softmac.htm   (3274 words)

  
 Emulators Online - Apple Macintosh Emulation
The second generation of Macintosh II ROMs are the 512K, 1M, and 2M ROMs found in the Macintosh IIci, IIsi, LC series, Centris series, and Quadra series computers.
Give us the model of Macintosh, the year it was manufactured, the type of processor inside of it, the number of ROM chips, the number of pins on each ROM, and read off all the text on each ROM.
While it may be inexpensive to replace the old Macintosh computers with PCs, it is not a trivial matter to rewrite millions of lines of computer code or to purchase thousands of dollars of new software which may not be able to read the old files.
www.emulators.com /softmac.htm   (3277 words)

  
 Retro Mac Sighting - CompactFlash/IDE Controller For Apple II The Mac Observer
Retro Mac Sighting - CompactFlash/IDE Controller For Apple II by
Retro Mac Sighting - CompactFlash/IDE Controller For Apple II
Inspired by an earlier project, Rich Dreher wanted a way to use all his old programs and files from the good old days - and sure, emulators are fine, but there's nothing quite like the real thing.
www.macobserver.com /article/2002/01/19.1.shtml   (3277 words)

  
 Zophar's Domain: Apple II Emulators
Dapple is an Apple ][ emulator that aims to support a well-fitted Apple ][, ][+ or //e machine with 64K.
Requires system roms for the Apple //c, Apple //e, and Apple ][+.
Features sound emulation through either the PC speaker or a sound card, and the Super Serial Card is emulated through PC COM ports.
www.zophar.net /apple2.html   (309 words)

  
 Allen Gall's "The Week in Games"
I haven't been following the Pocket PC emulation scene for the past couple of years, but I know there's at least one decent Apple II emulator out there.
Now that I think about it, for the older games you mentioned, you might want to check out some of the emulators.
www.ppcmag.com /newsl_TWIG/TWIG_06-11-04_68.htm   (309 words)

  
 part1
Excerpted from the text file: "IIe is a fully functional Apple //e emulator that supports all of the graphics modes, all of the Apple //e keyboard keys, and all of the currently available Apple II disk image formats.
Although emulators such as AppleWin can read disks with the MacBinary header, for compatibility with other emulators it is often better to remove the header.
Whereas modern computers use images to transfer physical diskettes electronically, emulators use disk-images because the original media is not compatible with the modern disk drives.
www.faqs.org /ftp/faqs/apple2/emulators-faq/part1   (15363 words)

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