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Introducing the Octalyzer, an innovative new all-in-one platform for exploring computing history, starting with the Apple II!

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AppleWin is a Apple II emulator for Windows. Source code is also available for those who would like to build binaries for themselves.

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Sweet16 is the most capable Apple IIgs emulator for computers running Mac OS X. Based on the BeOS version of Sweet16, which was in turn based on the outlandishly popular Bernie ][ The Rescue, its code is mature and positioned to have more and better features added over time. Apple IIgs fanatics and nostalgic '80s junkies alike will love Sweet16!

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pomDS is an Apple ][ Computer emulator for the Nintendo DS.


To use this emulator, you must use compatibles DSK or NIB files. You also need at least the apple ][ and disk bios. Do not ask me about such files, I don't have them. A search with Google will certainly help you.


You must know that there is a big database in the asimov ftp or search for emulator like appleemu ;) !

KEGS is an Apple IIgs emulator for Mac OS X, Linux, and Win32. The Apple IIgs was the most powerful computer in the Apple II line. It first was sold in 1986.  An Apple IIgs has the capability to run almost all Apple II, Apple IIe, and Apple IIc programs.


KEGS supports all Apple IIgs graphics modes (which include all Apple //e modes), plus plays all Apple IIgs sounds accurately.  It supports...

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Jace is a logical reproduction of an enhanced Apple //e computer, written in Java 6 and tested on various platforms (Linux, Windows, MacOS X).

Features include:

  • 128kb RAM, 80 columns
  • Supports all video modes, including B&W and "Mixed" RGB modes
  • Fullscreen and windowed modes supported (press F9 to toggle)
  • Disk ][ controller fully emulated (DSK, DO, PO, NIB images supported)
  • Apple Super

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Catakig is an emulator for the popular Apple II series of personal computers, supporting the Apple ][, ][+, //e, and //c models. The current version runs on PowerPC Macintoshes under MacOS X 10.3 and later, and on Intel Macs under MacOS X 10.4 and later.

Catakig is an open-source project, released under a BSD style of license. It is generally free for use (but please read the included license...

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Agat Emulator is a Apple ][ and Agat 7/9 software simulation program for Win32.

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Virtu is an Apple IIe emulator for the .NET Framework using C# with Silverlight, WPF, and XNA.


The Apple IIe left an indelible mark on my teenage psyche. Virtu was born out of an interest in emulators and wanting to wallow in nostalgia. Over time it has also become a vehicle to explore developer environments.

Originally developed for RISC OS 3.11 on the Acorn Archimedes in 1995 using...

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OpenEmulator aims to be an accurate, portable emulator of legacy computer systems.

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GSport is a portable (in the programming sense) Apple IIgs emulator, based on the KEGS cross-platform IIgs emulator by Kent Dickey. The base emulator builds and runs on all of the same platforms that KEGS did, and the new capabilities are being integrated as contributors have time and interest.

Virtual ][ is a program that emulates the vintage Apple II computer on your Mac

Key features

  • Emulates the Apple ][, ][+ and //e
  • Supports USB game pad and joystick
  • Store a running machine and resume later on
  • Full-screen mode
  • Epson FX-80 and Imagewriter II emulation
  • Many configurable peripheral cards
  • Realistic sound effects, including Mockingboard emulation
  • Convert original Apple II

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