Retro gaming purists should be pleased. Maverick Software has updated their iPhone version of Lemonade Stand [$0.99, App Store] with a "Classic Graphics" option that shows the original Apple II graphics.

Features include:

  • a full recreation of the original Apple II game economics, including random weather and other events
  • optional “Classic Graphics” mode that shows the original Apple II graphics, for the full old school experience.
  • digitized music straight from the Apple II synthesizer!
  • automatic save & resume if you need to quit or get a call
  • high score list

For the not-so-hardcore retro fans, they also have a full set of revamped graphics that modernizes the game's look.

The gameplay remains the same as the original Apple II version, so is quite simple and is likely most attractive for nostalgia purposes.

  • limtc

    Simply amazing. Best US$0.99 game I have ever bought. I just completed a session with the new (?) classic graphics, and I love it!

  • limtc

    Simply amazing. Best US$0.99 game I have ever bought. I just completed a session with the new (?) classic graphics, and I love it!

  • aawil

    Bought it today. I must say it is very nicely done. Brings back some old grade school memories. I guess in a way, that's what this app is all about. Oh and the opening page and modern graphics are actually quite nicely done. Although I'll probably spend most of my time on the classic side.

  • aawil

    Bought it today. I must say it is very nicely done. Brings back some old grade school memories. I guess in a way, that's what this app is all about. Oh and the opening page and modern graphics are actually quite nicely done. Although I'll probably spend most of my time on the classic side.

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    screw this, i want OREGON TRAIL. I want to die of dysentery

  • http://www.sleestak.net bobcat

    screw this, i want OREGON TRAIL. I want to die of dysentery

  • limtc

    If you are interested in any Apple II port, vote with your wallet.

  • limtc

    If you are interested in any Apple II port, vote with your wallet.