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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113911
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Preserving the cassettes as 48000Hz-24bit-stereo FLAC/WAVs would be very appreciated, in any case.


LCD artwork cleanups: https://mega.nz/#F!uFYSzK7S!U-lJon9jsqyoCX_3y7_KLA
Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: R. Belmont] #113916
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Originally Posted by R. Belmont
If you can stuff the programs onto a CFFA-for-Apple I harddisk image we could probably use that (and it would be more user-friendly than loading from tape).

I can certainly do that, but Mame doesn't add CFAA harddisk images to the software list is that correct?

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113917
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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113939
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Aside from software, I thought it would be a good idea to have artwork to go along with the Apple-1. Maybe it will get more people curious about this vintage machine.

I plan on submitting this for Mame / MESS artwork (yes I know this isn't the place to submit it). It's a vintage Sanyo VM4209 Video Computer Monitor. It's period correct, and was used for the Apple-1. I'll have two versions. One with a realistic reflective screen (made in Photoshop shown below), and one without.


Still a work in progress (death in details).
Vintage Sanyo VM4209 Video Computer Monitor

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: R. Belmont] #114119
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Originally Posted by R. Belmont
If you can stuff the programs onto a CFFA-for-Apple I harddisk image we could probably use that (and it would be more user-friendly than loading from tape).

Here is that CFFA1 CHD Apple 1.7z link for the Apple 1. The Apple 1.7z contains the 'Ultimate Apple-1 Software Collection CHD', the 'Apple-1 Infocom CHD', 'WAV tape files', 'snaps', 'artpreview', and 'In-Game Artwork'.

The 'ultimate-(Apple-1).chd' contains the most extensive software collection for the Apple 1. lord_philip put most of this collection together with his ULTIMATE APPLE1 CFFA 3.5.po. His collection was missing some programs. I converted his po to a CHD, and added TREKII, WordCross, and Wari. Detailed instructions on how to use the CFFA1 is in the 7z.

I also made an Apple 1 Infocom CHD [ infocom-(Apple-1).chd ] so people can play vintage Infocom games (z-code version 3 only) on the Apple 1. I used this tutorial by ChristopherB.

Games on the Infocom CHD :

BALLYHOO.97
CUTTHROATS.23
DEADLINE.27
ENCHANT.29
HITCH.56 (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
HOLLYWOOD.37 (Hollywood Hijinx)
HOLLYWOOD.235
INFIDEL.22
LGOP.0 (Leather Goddesses of Phobos)
LGOP.50
LURK.203 (The Lurking Horror)
LURK.221
MOONMIST.9
PLANETFALL.20
PLANETFALL.37
PLUNDERED.26 (Plundered Hearts)
SEASTALKER.16
SORCERERR.15
SPELLBRK.63 (Spellbreaker)
SPELLBRK.87
STARCROSS.17
STATIONFALL.107
SUSPECT.14
SUSPENDED.8
WISHBRINGER.69
WITNESS.22 (The Witness)
ZORKI.20 (Zork I)
ZORKI.25
ZORKI.30
ZORKI.75
ZORKI.88
ZORKII.48 (Zork II)
ZorkIII.17 (Zork III)

Non Infocom games :

ADVENTURE (colossal cave adventure game)
CATSEYE
CURSES
GUSSDEATH
MOONGLOW

Note: The end number is the game version.
SPELLBRK.87 (.87 is the release / version number)

Here are some new WAV files for the software list. I found these programs here. I converted the aiff to WAV for MAME.

* Enhanced BASIC
load at 5000.78B0R enter at 7825R

* Huston Basic
load at E000.EFFFR300.035FR enter at 320R

"This version of Basic (Apple Basic) contains a check sum program to verify the load. This is probably the latest version of Basic based on it being the only one with the verify program and based on some apparent bug fixes that can be seen in comparisons with other Basics." Read more here

I have not been able to add Huston Basic to the CFFA CHD. At this time It's only available as a WAV.

* Monitor
load at 0800.0FFFR enter at 0F3DR

* Wari (Load Apple Basic first)
load at 4A.00FFR400.0FFFR enter at E2B3R

* WordCross (Load Apple Basic first)
load at 4A.00FFR300.0FFFR enter at E2B3R

Last but least I've included some extras in the Apple 1 7z.

In-game Artwork (Sanyo VM4209 Monitor)
http://oi66.tinypic.com/imp64g.jpg

It's far from perfect, and I'm just too lazy to improve it (right now).

Last edited by Anon01; 10/29/18 06:28 AM. Reason: All files needed are in the Apple 1.7z link.
Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Anon01] #114120
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The Infocom CHD link doesn't seem to be correct(?)

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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Lord Nightmare] #114121
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Originally Posted by Lord Nightmare
The Infocom CHD link doesn't seem to be correct(?)

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The Infocom CHD is in the Apple 1.7z file. Is this link not working? I placed all the CHDs, WAVS, Artwork, etc in one file. Sorry for the confusion.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Lord Nightmare] #114122
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Originally Posted by Lord Nightmare


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What is LN?

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Anon01] #114123
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Originally Posted by Anon01
Originally Posted by Lord Nightmare
The Infocom CHD link doesn't seem to be correct(?)

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The Infocom CHD is in the Apple 1.7z file. Is this link not working? I placed all the CHDs, WAVS, Artwork, etc in one file. Sorry for the confusion.


Sorry about that, I didn't see it in there. All is good.

LN is my 'signature', it is an abbreviated form of my nickname/handle.


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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Lord Nightmare] #114124
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Originally Posted by Lord Nightmare
LN is my 'signature', it is an abbreviated form of my nickname/handle.

I thought so, but wanted to make sure. There's so many abbreviated slang on the net, especially forums.

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