[vcf-midatlantic] Buying Apple IIe Games

Joseph Oprysko joprysko1 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 21:43:59 EST 2016

I have Leather Goddesses of Phobos, in the box with all the "feelies" that
came with that particular Infocom game of that age, I have a few other
originals. I'd have to get you the titles.

It really depends on what you're going to to do with your library. If
you're going to play, the cheapest route is ADT, as it just requires an
audio cable and modern computer that you downloaded the images from the
Internet from, but you're required to have media to put it on, which is
rather pricey, even at bulk prices.

Another option which requires a larger investment upfront, but uses modern
media (sd cards) to store the disk images, is the Floppy Emu from
bigmessowires.com I've used it on all of my vintage apples, from my Apple
IIe to some of my various Mac's. On certain models it can also emulate
Either Smartport drives (on the II series) or HD20 Hard Drives on various
Macs. It's an excellent product and I would strongly recommend it to anyone
who has an interest in vintage Apple computers.

Joseph Oprysko

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