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I used to have all these 5.25" Apple II educational games. They were made by a company called SVE. They had a red label. The most notable ones included the lollipop dragon. SVE made other educational materials too which also included this character.
I distinctly remember there being a copy protection on these disks that prevented me from ever making copies. Does anyone have images of these disks or know where I can get them? I can find basically no MENTION of any SVE Apple II software on the internet.
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Have you checked the internet? Perhaps there are many SVE Apple II software mentioned on the net, check there first.
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Would you happen to remember what SVE stood for? That might help in the search for their programs. There is an "educational" folder on the Asimov archive site, you might go look there, if you haven't already.
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I found 5 sides of it. Not sure if it is protected or not.
Reading to learn Vocabulary Disk1
Adventures of Lollipop Dragon Function key Adventure
Plotting and Programming Adventures lollipop dragon
Time and Money Adventures of Lollipop Dragon
SVE stands for Society for Visual Education, Inc. The apple II disks were from around 1985. They made other software such as Crossword Magic and others
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