cyanIIde is a subset of our microM8 Apple II emulator meant to run on lower-power systems such as the Raspberry Pi and in the browser. This page contains an early release of the WebAssembly version. Examples You can see an example of cyanIIde in action at https://theprintshop.club — our tribute [more...]
The BBC Microcomputer made by Acorn UK apparently has a central API by which its language ROMs communicated with the hardware inside the computer. This means that by creating a series of shims, one can [more...]
We’re working on a new web-based Apple II emulator (a fork of microM8) called CyanIIde, and we realized that you can do nifty things with browser-based emulators, such as generate and download PDF files of [more...]
Did you miss it last year? Well, here’s another chance to check out Paleotronic’s 12 years of Retro-Christmas, a series of 12 mini-mags looking back at consumer electronics covering the years 1980-1991. It was the [more...]
The Oregon Trail is an 3490 km route from Kansas City, Missouri to the Willamette Valley in what was the Oregon Territory, now Oregon State. The trail covers the modern-day American states of Kansas, Nebraska, [more...]
microM8 3D Apple II Emulator For Windows, MacOS and LINUX
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turtleSpaces 3D Logo Interpreter
turtleSpaces is a new expanded implementation of LCSI Apple Logo II that features 3D OpenGL graphics, shapes, lights, cameras, location detection, multiple turtles and much, much more! Great for teaching kids how to code. Check it out at turtlespaces.org