Re: New Guy with an Apple II Question.


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Posted by Peace on November 16, 19100 at 02:31:52:

In Reply to: Re: New Guy with an Apple II Question. posted by Axel Boeving on October 07, 19100 at 04:16:35:

Most likely they used Assembly or C.
Most games were written in assembly.
I know of no comericial game written in machine language since the apple 2 doesn't allow direct access to the machine language. Some games were written in Fortran, Cobol and Basic that were sold comercialy. But C and assembly (mostly using a comercial assembler. Though some using the built in mini assembler.

: : Hello,

: : My Name is Stephen Ballew, and I have been messing around with Apple II computers since the early 80's. I was wondering if anyone could tell me an Apple game like "Bruce Lee", by Datasoft Inc. was made.

: Hi Stephen, there is a game called Bruce Lee Adventure by Datasoft (or Data East). I think they used machine language. the game worked on the C=64 as well :-)) but with more colours and better sound :-)))))

: BTW, Im looking for a game called Castel Wolfenstein by MUSE. Its version 1.0, no 3D graphics at, all like today :-)))) If you have it or know someone who has please let me know.

: Thanks -

: Axel





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