Graphics

SuperSprite and Arcade Board review

Excerpt from the February 1984 issue of Creative Computing.

SuperSprite and Arcade Board review

Excerpt from the February 1984 issue of Creative Computing.

Apple II rev0

Pictures of an Apple II Rev 0 that had been modified in the late 70s / early 80s into an Apple II+
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Illustrator 88 Demo

Adobe Illustrator 88 Slideshow- created using VideoWorks. Still runs in Classic!

Heckler Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Heckler" Alert Beep

Make a spectacle of the occasion every time your Mac beeps with the
"Heckler" alert from Clixsounds. This stereo sample emits an outrageous
outburst of laughter sure to prevent you from making such a mistake again!

The "Heck...

Hot Rod Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Hot Rod Alert Sound"

Make PCs eat your dust every time your Mac needs attention with the
"Hot Rod" alert sound from Clixsounds. This high-octane stereo sound
is an authentic recording of a 5.0-liter engine screaming a powerful
rev, and will def...

"Godwarning" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Godwarning" Alert Sound

This is one alert sound you're sure to heed. The "Godwarning" alert from
Clixsounds is a short, hi-fi sound of a deep, dark voice saying
"Warning." It has a slight preverb flange effect to it, giving it a
subtle stereo ...

Demon Roar Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Demon Roar" Alert Sound

The all-time most-download sound from Clixsounds is the "Demon Growl" alert
sound. He's back...and this time, he's mad as all get-out! Introducing
the "Demon Roar" alert, a freakish stereo recording of a creature roaring...

Gasp! Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Gasp!" Alert Sound

Shock, disbelief...utter disgust! The Mac is the simplest computer this
side of the sun and YOU made a mistake?! Then be appropriately alerted
by the new "Gasp!" alert sound from Clixsounds. It's a brief stereo
recording of...

"Blarney" Alert Sound (16-bit/44kHz)

"Blarney" Alert Sound

Bring some luck'o the Irish to your Mac with the new "Blarney" alert sound
from Clixsounds. This high-fidelity stereo recording is a humorous
character with an Irish accent exclaiming "What a bunch of blarney!"

The "Blarney" ...

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