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Title Type Updated datesort icon
DiskCopy for 128k App 2020 Apr 27 - 5:45pm
Apple "BS Disk II" - very early Macintosh utilities App 2020 Feb 3 - 1:02am
Apple "BS Disk I" - MacTalk App 2020 Feb 3 - 12:47am
Apple Macintosh 128k Development disks App 2020 Feb 2 - 11:45pm
Microsoft Multiplan 1.0 App 2020 Jan 17 - 2:29am
MacPaint Files Collection from DUsers App 2020 Jan 16 - 9:30pm
MAIN STREET FILER App 2020 Jan 16 - 9:22pm
Mouse Stampede prototype 1984, "Mouse Eaters" Game 2019 Aug 16 - 6:22pm
Macwrite Boot Disk for working with "BS Disks" App 2019 Aug 14 - 7:46pm
"Games I" - ALICE Game 2019 Aug 14 - 6:56pm
iwakurarein joined us in July 23, 2019, and has been a member for 1 year 41 weeks.
In the list above, you can see iwakurarein's additions to the Garden, so far.


"Lain's Navi Custom", Macintosh SE w/ 4MB 9-chip 80ns SIMMs and replaced PRAM battery, cleaned and lubricated 800K diskette drive, and front-mounted FloppyEmu ver C in clear case. Runs 6.0.8 off a 500MB hardfile w/ Multifinder. Next: full logic board and analog board recap, retrobrite

Proud owner of "the disks": around 10 failing 400K MFS diskettes with various early Apple internal test programs from 1983/1984 (earliest datestamp so far: October 1983 on a prototype of Macintosh Pascal, when it was known as "Instant Pascal"). Previous owner claimed their spouse worked at Apple in the early 80s on the Macintosh project. Currently working with someone to figure out exactly what the deal is with them.

Some of the disks were imageable, others were not and had to be rebuilt, but thankfully I was able to get a lot of files copied off of them and backed up. Currently working on figuring out how to get proper images, and working with an expert member to investigate and determine the contents. I will be releasing them all here as soon as we verify what is on each disk, if it is available online, if there is evidence in old Usenet posts talking about some of the programs, and so on.

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MEGAROIDS written with Megamax C:


Cowards. go read. Also dogcow how come your archive has none of my applications on it, period? Go read what we dug up about DUsers on Newsgroups. This is legitimate, you're a jealous hater spreading lies because you wont admit the truth. But I said it.

If it turned up then upload them and document how the way I did with photos and disk raws made in diskdup 2.2 showing what supposed archives these are in since you claim to have them.

Until then use my contact form if you are not Dogcow and you believe the honest, simple truth. Poor rural whites are all this way. And too dumb to use an emulator and utilities in Bootcamp in conjunction with a FloppyEmu lets see your clean install eh? Too scared to use a Mac Cracker? Honky.

Until you ante up, keep my name out your mouth and my d in it



Love your "Macpainted" Lain avatar picture. Eagerly awaiting for your next releases

Thank you!
If you ever want to do a similar image edit its very easy, I used the GIMP on Linux and converted to grayscale (Under Hue/Saturation option, lowered the saturation all the way), then I changed the Image color profile from RGB to 1-bit (b/w) and tried a few dithering methods you can select until it looked authentic to me. Really easy! It got kind of downsampled by this site too- the original looks much sharper.


Love your work so far. Keep it up!

Thank you. Please check out the releases I have done so far today. I still have much more to do.