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WTB: Oregon Trail for Apple II / IIe (on 5.25" floppy disk)


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How might one go about doing that?

 

 

Using a program called "ADT", which stands for "Apple Disk Transfer". You can connect your Apple II to your PC or Mac, and transfer disk images across the cable, where the Apple II will write them to a physical disk. Indispensable tool for Apple II enthusiasts.

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Using a program called "ADT", which stands for "Apple Disk Transfer". You can connect your Apple II to your PC or Mac, and transfer disk images across the cable, where the Apple II will write them to a physical disk. Indispensable tool for Apple II enthusiasts.

 

Is that where you connect the Apple and the PC with a null modem cable?

 

Thank you

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Once you get going and understand what you're doing, it takes a remarkable 30-seconds to make a disk! And the author of ADT is pretty helpful should you have any difficulties.

 

ADT is well developed and has been around god knows how many years. I personally prefer it to the existing flash memory solutions because it's so old school!

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Your Apple should have audio jacks, this tutorial is super easy: http://adtpro.sourceforge.net/connectionsaudio.html

 

http://adtpro.sourceforge.net/bootstrapaudio.html

 

Plus, once you've got this setup, there's another website out there that has a tone of tape files, so you can play some older games like Midnight Magic and Choplifter.

 

I can't get Choplifter to work, though. I think it might require a joystick?

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