Fast, stable, accurate emulation from a great developer This is a really great Apple II emulator, and performance is surprisingly good even on an archaic Asus Transformer TF101 tablet. And the developer is incredibly helpful and friendly, too, having guided me through getting near-full screen display on my Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. All that remains now is to get rid of the red menu bar at the top of the screen somehow, and I'll have an incredibly powerful emulation of an Apple II laptop. That would've blown my mind a few decades back when all I had was the real thing, and honestly, it kind of blows my mind even today!
Good for an Android emulator Sure it may not be that convenient without the full keyboard (edit: the option to use your phone's keyboard provides a good substitute), but I think this is a good way to do it for an Android emulator. The 2-button joystick support and green monochrome are must-haves. Just wonder if it'll support paddles too in the future. (Edit: found out it's the joystick pad) The controller mapping is abs horrible. It can't do anything other than close the game and turn off the Apple.
Fantastic. But it would be perfect if: - We had an option to remove the top red bar - Even better: if using a joystick, an option to view in fullscreen, without any extra element, just the screen itself
Flip diskette Love the emulator, I just can't seem to get Oregon Trail to work. I don't see an option to flip the diskette. Any help is appreciated.
Loving it! Works great on my N1 (2.1)
I'd give it 5 stars if diskettes could be stored on devices external SD
v2.02 adds joystick support (ex. DS4) through native android controller support
v2.01 fixes crash on start :-(
v2.00 allows for proper screen sizes and modernizes the interface
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