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Beagle Graphics

Beagle Graphics
Beagle Graphics

SystemApple II
Floppy (5.25")1

Beagle Bros

Apple II

Release Date: 1/1/1984
Manufacturer: Beagle Bros
 
Donated By: Bart Oleksy
 
This program allowed you to create what they called "16-color double hi-res graphics" but required 128K to do so on your Apple IIc or IIe. Like many of the Beagle Bros. software programs you also got totally cool extras like an Apple color chart and an ASCII chart (and even a guide to Peeks and Pokes on the Apple). Designed for programmers and artists alike, this was a very full featured program that included converters and extra utilities. It even proudly and boldly displayed that it was "Unprotected" and you could make backups using standard software. The software was developed by Mark Simonsen.
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