SSI Apple II Box art scans

Strategic Simulations Incorportated (SSI) published a large line of games for the Apple II computer.  Their imaginative box art helps gloss over the often texted based gaming experience.

Presented here are scans of the boxed Apple II SII software held by a fellow Canberra enthusiast.  At the time he gave them to me, Passport by 4AM was brand new and I didn’t have an EDD card.  Becuase they were protected, I am happy to present the box art scanned with an Epson Perfection V700 by yours truly.

Thank you to @yesterbits for reminding me I had done these and should share these full resolution files:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4bml0Mnl5Y3gtSFk?usp=sharing

Computer Baseball – SSI

Computer Quarterback – SSI

Fighter Command the Battle of Britain – SSI

The Warp Factor – SSI

Previews of the box art below:

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Sandy’s Word Processor, Australian Apple II Software

Presented here is a complete release of Sandy’s Word Processor for the Apple ][.
The manual, reference card, disk label scan and image are available for direct download from my Google Drive:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4WTJ0aWYyU2EtTk0?usp=sharing

This exclusive release is a combination of efforts, with credit to Michael Mulhurn for the supply of a working physical disk.  4am’s Passport software enabled the copy of the disk into a 140kb disk image without hassle.  Amazing.

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beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter, New scanning project completed

Presented here are high quality PDF scans of a local Amiga computer users newsletter, published by the users group ‘beCAUS’.

Dennis Bowler donated them as a bundle of Amiga related magazines in February for scanning.

Canberra, ACT, Australia had a strong base of computer user clubs and I am proud to have archived all the material I have related to beCAUS.

Green folder icon: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BweO6Y13Cmc4TF9hNHVUN0I2NmM?usp=sharing

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Canberra Amiga Users Society - Constitution
Microlink Computers ad  - Canberra
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-02
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1991-10
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-02
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-04
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1992-12
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-03
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-10
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1993-11
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-01
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-03
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-05
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-07
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-09
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1994-11
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-03,04
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-05,06
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1995-07,08
beCAUS Canberra Amiga Users Society Newsletter 1996-01


Perhaps one day the missing issues will be donated too.