Request for Rare educational Apple II 8-bit disk images not found in archives

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Hi,
I'm interested to know if anybody has any rare 8-Bit Apple II programs not found in any of the Apple II archives on the web.
I'm curious to see what hard-to-find software applications you guys have
I'm really Looking for Programs such as these:
ABC Elf: Math, Spelling
Atlas Explorer (By MindPlay)
Decimal Discovery (By DLM)
Piece of Cake Math(By Spinnaker)
Alge-blaster (Algebra Blaster)[By Davidson]
Alge-blaster Plus! (Algebra Blaster Plus!)[By Davidson]
Quentin Goes to School)By Toucan)
Quentin visits the Factory )By Toucan)
Quentin Visits The Big City )By Toucan)
Reader Rabbit (The Learning Company)
The Treehouse Series (By Broderbund Software)
I don't have an Apple II computer, but I do have an Apple II emulator.
So, if anybody has 8-bit Apple II version of any of these programs, that they can
transfer to 800K .2mg format (if they don't have already),
Please send me a private message.
Thanks

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Re: Rare Apple II 8-bit Software not found in archives

Yes, but not all listed. A lot of Mecc, bullet reloading, Medical and others.

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Re: Rare Apple II 8-bit Software not found in archives

Design your Own Train, Run Your Own Train and Design Your Own Railroad.

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Re: Rare Apple II 8-bit Software not found in archives

I'm working on writing some.

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Re: Rare Apple II 8-bit Software not found in archives

Saturn Navigator from subLogic

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Re: Rare Apple II 8-bit Software not found in archives

Some of the early Woz gag software, I read about it on a forum somewhere, but can't recall the exact title.
It might have been called "Star Trek" or "Star Wars" .

These weren't commercial titles, but may have made the rounds in the mid to late 1970s.

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StarTrek was released on tape with the first models of Apple; page 14 of the Red Book contains player instructions.

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Re: Request for Rare educational Apple II 8-bit disk images ...

I have Reader Rabbit "talking" version for the IIGS, if that's the one you mean. Still learning how to work with Apple II disk images though…

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Re: Request for Rare educational Apple II 8-bit disk images ...

A seller named "Sir Ghoul" has sme of what you are looking for up on eBay.
Check it out. Smile

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