[vcf-midatlantic] Buying Apple IIe Games

Tony Bogan thebogans at mac.com
Fri Jan 1 21:40:09 EST 2016

> On Jan 1, 2016, at 8:06 PM, James Garland via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>  After much struggle my Apple IIe is up and running! Unfortunately I'm in
> a software drought. I just have the system utilities and DOS 3.3 at the
> moment. I'm looking for some games for the system. I'm based in NYC, and am
> willing to drive within 45mins-1hr. Does anyone have any games they're
> looking to sell? You can contact me at my email or here, I don't care which.
> Thanks,
>   James Garland

In addition to the other options listed (all great ones and all that I have used and still use myself) I'd throw in another option. One of the best for under $100


I own two of them. Nothing could be easier or faster. Copy .dsk images from Internet (pick your site) to an sd card from your modern PC/Mac. Put sd card into the disk II emulator (which connects to your apple II via the same disk ][ controller card the disk ][ floppy drives connect to) and turn on machine. Done! I connect it to the drive one connector and a real floppy drive to drive two and turn disk images into real floppies instantly.
Highly recommended.

(Ps, I have no affiliation with the seller other than I bought two of them for myself!)

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