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From: Jill
Email: jill_kitten (AT) yahoo.com
Date: Mon, Mar 14, 2005

Comments:
Still got my Aplle ][+ w/ 5mb ram card and 8mhz zip chip. I have a ton of disks including a bunch of Beagle Bros stuff [the best stuff I think], But I also have all the old programs I made that I want to retrieve, just have to figure out how to do that. Then I would also like to dump them to text files so I can pull them up and mod the code for windows. Is there a way to do that from A2 Oasis?


From: Ralle Palaveev
Email: cyberdocc (AT) yahoo.com
Date: Mon, Sep 20, 2004

Comments:
Very cool! I grew up with an Apple][e (still have one), I know all its hardware and software and have made many upgrade cards... It is really great to use the emulator now!


From: Mark Frischknecht
Email: technerd_99 (AT) yahoo.com
Date: Thu, Apr 22, 2004
URL: http://www.syndicomm.com/~technerd

Comments:
Have been using this emulator for Years! It's HD emulation pust it over the top!


From: Axl
Email: axl (AT) axl.org
Date: Wed, Mar 3, 2004
URL: http://www.axl.org, www.sohc4.de

Comments:
FAN-TAS-TIC! It was a //e my computing career started years ago, and this emulator brought back the good old times immediately.

I played Raster Blaster after almost 20 years... I have cracked a couple of games back then - anybody remember "D.Duesentrieb"?

Keep up the good work!
Axl


From: Paul Berry
Email: fullheadofhair (AT) hotmail.com
Date: Wed, Sep 24, 2003

Comments:
aaaaaah ... the memories have returned. I have just played my first game of tron in 17 years, and will find the others. Thank you for bringing a smile to my face. The EMU probably wasn't written for memory revival of 34 year old teenage boys, but your time and efforts are greatly appreciated. Now to find the one where you were a helicopter and had to drop men off on a flat screen.


From: Laurie Thomas
Email: laurie.thomas (AT) brunel.ac.uk
Date: Thu, Jul 31, 2003

Comments:
I have //e //c and //gs in the 80s & early 90s I
wrote a lot of Apple ][ software for my research
students. I am the director of C.S.H.L. (the Centre for the Study of Human Learning) which was at Brunel University and is now an independant research organisation.
What I am looking for is a good Apple ][e emulator which will run on a Windows PC and will take Applesoft Basic programs with a lot of machine code enhancements.
Where do I find the best detailed advice / assistance?

Laurie Thomas


From: L.W.
Email: Teenagezombieone (AT) aol.com
Date: Tue, Jul 29, 2003

Comments:
Great Job. I am the proud owner of a real live //e made in September '86 with two disk drives and an original Apple // monitor (green and black)and this captures the feel of the machine.


From: John King
Email: twohandsfree (AT) hotmail.com
Date: Tue, Jun 24, 2003

Comments:
Great job.

BETTER THAN REAL in many ways.



From: rony
Email: ronysol (AT) zahav.net.il
Date: Sat, May 10, 2003

Comments:
i just love it, i can play all my favorites games from years ago.
keep up the great work rony !!!


From: Brian
Email: bmarko (AT) hotmail.com
Date: Tue, May 6, 2003
URL: http://kickme.to/trades

Comments:
UNREAL!!!! I have finally found an AppleIIe emu that works. Great work here. My Apple IIe started it all for me many years ago.


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