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.
Request for Rare educational Apple II 8-bit disk images not found in archives
Yes, but not all listed. A lot of Mecc, bullet reloading, Medical and others.
Design your Own Train, Run Your Own Train and Design Your Own Railroad.
I'm working on writing some.
Saturn Navigator from subLogic
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.
StarTrek was released on tape with the first models of Apple; page 14 of the Red Book contains player instructions.
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…
A seller named "Sir Ghoul" has sme of what you are looking for up on eBay.
Check it out.