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Juiced.GS (ISSN 2162-7746) is a quarterly print magazine for Apple II users.
Juiced.GS (ISSN 2162-7746) is a quarterly print magazine for Apple II users.

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Bulletin board systems are back! Learn to "dial" a modern BBS from your Apple II in this month's cover story.

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Starting today, all physical, non-subscription products sold in the Juiced.GS store will incur shipping fees — just like every other online store :)

We regret the error: in the latest issue of Juiced.GS, we incorrectly identified one of the two members of Apple II programming group Brutal Deluxe. It should be Olivier Zardini. Our apologies to this esteemed programmer and respected member of the community.

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We conclude our tour around the world with Apple II Festival France, the cover story of the December issue of Juiced.GS — now shipping!

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The September issue of +Juiced.GS is now shipping: featuring KansasFest 2016 coverage, reviews of the 4play card and Oregon Trail card game, behind the scenes with Nox Archaist and Kaverns of Kfest—and much, much more!

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We've mailed the June issue of +Juiced.GS! Featuring WOzFest /// coverage; behind the scenes with the latest version of KABOOM!; a PLASMA programming tutorial; reviews of Dino Eggs (1983) and Dino Eggs: Rebirth (2016); and much, much more!

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We value our readers' privacy. That's why we're taking a stance and saying NO to government intrusion.

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The first issue of 2016 is now arriving in subscribers' mailboxes! Featuring a behind-the-scenes look at bringing Japanese to the Apple IIGS, a review of the Steve Jobs film, using the Apple II in a modern classroom—and much, much more!

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Our December issue is now arriving in subscribers' mailboxes, bringing with it a holiday surprise for your Apple II.

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Now shipping is our September issue, which at 28 pages is our largest issue to date, featuring 40% more content than average. Enjoy our coverage of KansasFest and Apple II Festival France; Carrington Vanston's HackFest journal; the continuing adventures of Detective Pomme and Colonel Hexings—and much, much more!
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