Thanks to friend, and oldtime Apple II user, Marko Laaksonen, for these Apple ][ -paddles. These are modified to fit the connector used in Apple //c and //e. The pair in the left, is Apple II+ era original and the pair in right, is generic, possibly original ment for Atari VCS.
With the 5.25″ imaging done i’ve started to take a look of the 3.5″ GS disks what there might be. There seems to be some non-imaged software which would be nice to have imaged soon.
Some German GS-software and original of “LaserForce”.
“Laser Force” loading picture.
“X-Basic” v1.0 (original) and v1.1 (copy).
Very nice crack intro (with trainer option) for “Rastan” by John Brooks.
“King of Chicago” crack screen.
“Voyage au centre de la terre” (Disk 1). Sadly the Disk 2 i missing and according by the Mr. Antoine Vignau of Brutal Deluxe fame, the Disk 2 is not been released.
And some A.U.G.E. (Apple Users Group Europe) PD disks. I’ll check if there’s any missing from the site : http://www.apple-iigs.info/revueinderauge.php
Also interesting collection (10 disks+) of UniDOS formatted (800k) Apple II 8-bit games collections.
And Apple IIGS demos! There were quite nice collection of 90’s Apple IIGS demo’s. These are of cos preserved all.
Also, an original Marble Madness GS floppy. I have also the 8-bit Apple II version of it on 5.25″.
My current GS-setup (ROM3, CFFA3000, Uthernet II, 8MB RAM/ROM-card) only missing Accelerator and sound-card.. someday.