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Apple IIgs production figures! Current count is 2,543,144!
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  • 2015.09.08 / One new cassette and a manual
    The original Applesoft II program and demo of SubLogic's A23D1 by Jim Harter, Personal Computers, Inc. Softape's Forte manual is now digitzed and available. The two archives have also been updated.
  • 2015.09.03 / One new cassette
    Mission impossible adventure joins the set of Creative Computing cassettes.

  • 2015.08.28 / French Underground
    France has always been the most prolific market for underground Apple II software, discover the nearly complete collection!

  • 2015.07.08 / System "It can be done" 6.0.2
    22 years, 2 months, 2 days and 2 hours after the last release of Apple IIgs' System disk, the 6.0.2 update is coming as a proof of concept. More to come soon!

  • 2015.06.15 / NinjaTracker Tool221
    Enter a new level in Apple IIgs music quality thanks to the FTA and Ninjaforce, play Soundsmith-like Amiga MOD files in your programs.

  • 2015.05.08 / One new cassette and manuals
    The latest and last Bob Bishop's addition: Softape's Star warriors and Space maze. Plenty of French manuals and books in the /products/france/ folder, please browse by date.

  • 2015.04.28 / One new cassette and a manual
    Adding one cassette and a half from Bob Bishop and published by Powersoft: Saucer invasion. Space maze will come later, the tape is broken. The manual of Program design's Step-by-step is now available.
    Space maze is now available in the Cassettes / Powersoft section.
  • 2015.04.22 / Two new cassettes
    Adding two cassettes from Bob Bishop and published by Powersoft: Rocket pilot and Star war.
  • 2015.04.19 / Fifteen new cassettes!!
    A major update with ten new cassettes from Innovative Computer Programs (Hi, Ron!), Instant Software, MUSE, Programma, subLogic and Wise Owl Workshop (a new name). Thank you, Paul and David!
  • 2015.04.05 / One new cassette from Bob Bishop
    Find Bob Bishop's Assembler, published by Powersoft, brand new with its manual.

  • 2015.03.14 / New cassettes
    Three new cassettes identified. The count now reaches 630!

  • 2015.01.06 / Merlin 32
    Brutal Deluxe Software releases Merlin 32, a multi-pass 6502 65c02 and 65c816 cross assembler for Windows, MacOS and Linux!

  • 20141223 / The Flaming Bird Disassembler
    Thanks to Dagen Brock, please find a US version of the manual of Phoenix Corp's The Flaming Bird Disassembler.

  • 20140807 / New cassettes
    Two new cassettes: one identified (but not owned): Amdek for Roland ADA-200. The second is BBC's BASICODE-2, the esperanto of BASIC, invented in 1983 by a group of Dutch people (complete with documentation)

  • 20140613 / New cassette
    Discover A.P.P.L.E.'s Library Pak 2. You know what? Bill M. is happy ;-) Archives have been updated.

  • 20140506 / New cassettes
    Discover Apple's High-resolution graphics (002-0002-01) and Checkbook-1 (002-0005-01) and Hayden's Songs in the key of Apple. Archives have been updated.

  • 20140322 / Cross-dev tool: OMF Analyzer update
    OMF Analyzer goes v1.1 and now supports OMF versions 0 and 1, the DS opcode and segments over 64KiB.
  • 20140322 / One new cassette!
    Discover Softape's (Super) Othello which comes in two versions: Integer BASIC and Applesoft. Thank you, Paul H., that is a great birthday present!

  • 20140215 / Two new cassettes!
    Discover Softape's Electronic index-card file by Bob Bishop, complete with manual and... Migs and Messerschmitts by Discovery Games which came also complete (it is a protected audio stream ;-))

  • 20140104 / Cross-dev tool: OMF Analyzer
    Discover our OMF Analyzer command-line for Windows and the inners of the OMF format.
  • 20140101 / Happy New Year 2014
    We wish you a happy, healthy and wealthy new year 2014. Thank you for 2013!

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