A couple of years ago, we here at Paleotronic were rattling our collective brains over a conundrum: how could we get more people (particularly young people) better interested in engaging with (read: playing) vintage computer software, specifically that written for the Apple II? Of course, you could already download one [more...]
After Commodore Founder Jack Tramiel was forced out by his board, he decided, after a brief hiatus, to get revenge. Tramiel knew that a 16-bit computer was next on the horizon for Commodore, and he wanted [more...]
The brainchild of Apple’s Steve Jobs, the Macintosh was the culmination of five years of engineering, and a merging of Apple’s low-cost Macintosh “computer appliance” project, started by Apple engineer Jef Raskin, with Jobs’ Xerox [more...]
Stewart Cheifet is an American television presenter best known for his work producing and hosting the 1983-2002 PBS series Computer Chronicles, which covered the Consumer Electronics Show on multiple occasions. Paleotronic reached out to Stewart [more...]
You can access either of these games in the /micropak folder present at the root level inside microM8’s built-in file catalogue, along with several other enhanced PAKs and thousands of other classic Apple II games. [more...]
Paleotronic Magazine takes an enthusiastic look back at the history of electronics, including computers, videogames and media, as well as its use professionally, in business and in industry. Along the way, we trace the roots of the devices and technologies which define our modern world.
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