The Emularity upgrade broke 5 Apple II titles at the Archive, And now they're working again. The search for them is at…

The emulator is called "apple2iwoz".

"Apple II - Integer Basic - .WOZ Format"

"What is that", you say
These are commercial Apple II programs that came out at a time that they ran in Integer BASIC, and you needed to help them to boot. Our system types in the magic commands for you.

These are very rare items.
Not only are these disk images, they're .WOZ disk images. So, they're copy-protected AND need you to boot them, AND we boot them as they were imaged. It's all around good.

I can't vouch for the actual enjoyment of the items, however.

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