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Apple Bowl

Apple Bowl

Apple II - Released - 1979

In the early days of the Apple II, Apple published user-contributed programs on cassette tape collections called the "Apple Software Bank." These cassettes were made available at authorized Apple dealrs. Here, Apple bowl is an early bowling simulator using the Apple II's high-resolution graphics mode.

Apple Stellar Invaders

Apple Stellar Invaders

Apple II - Released - 1980

Apple Stellar Invaders is a 1 player space-themed arcade game for the Apple II. Based upon Space Invaders, the player controls a small ship which can move horizontally left and right, and fire vertically. There are 3 defensive shields which can block the aliens' or player's shots. The player's goal is to shoot all alien vessels on the screen. The player received 1 point per alien destroyed for the first row, 2 points for the second row, and so on. Alien saucers appear above the screen for bonus points. The player starts with 5 lives, but it's game over if all lives are lost or if the...

Apple Trek

Apple Trek

Apple II - Released - 1978

APPLE-TREK was a Star Trek game that appeared on many computers of this era, both mainframe and micro. Rather than “Klingons”, this game involved hunting “Klarnons”.

Breakout

Apple II - Released - June 10, 1977

When the first fully-assembled Apple II systems began shipping in June 1977, a single tape cassette was included, containing demonstration programs written in Integer BASIC by Steve Wozniak. Notably, one side of the tape held the first Apple II version of Breakout, inspired by Wozniak's own work on Atari's blockbuster arcade game of the same title. Owing to the monitor's horizontal orientation, the playfield is rotated 90 degrees from that of the arcade original - paddle on the left, brick wall on the right, arranged in 8 columns of increasing point value; bounce the ball off the paddle to...

Lemonade Stand

Lemonade Stand

Apple II - Released - 1979

Lemonade Stand is a simulation game where players take charge of their own lemonade business in the fictional town of Lemonsville. Before the start of each business day, players are given the day's weather forecast: Sunny, cloudy or hot and dry. After receiving the weather report, players take charge of three factors that will affect business for the day: The number of glasses of lemonade to make, the number of advertising signs, and the cost of lemonade per glass. Depending on how the prices are set during the day's weather conditions, players will either make a profit or lose money...

Penny Arcade

Apple II - 1979

A collection of software for the Apple II+ straight from the manufacturer, this compilation is primarily noteworthy for including LITTLE BRICK OUT, an AppleSoft BASIC port of Steve Wozniak's earlier Integer BASIC conversion of his own uncredited Atari arcade smash hit Breakout, implementation of which drove the Apple II (and hence, its competitors like the IBM PC) to have color and sound capabilities. This particular flavour of the bounce-balls-off-paddles-to-smash-bricks game plays horizontally rather than vertically, and permits a great deal of user customization, from the colour scheme...

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