Created by Peggy Gladdon.
From the Archives of Mike White.
This keychain was put up for auction by Mike White in September 2013. Here is the item's description takes from the auction, "This sale is for a homemade leather key chain fob that says "ASTROBUGS"! This RARE goody has the original ASTROBUGS logo on it, in COLOR!! Which is perhaps the ONLY place the colored logo exists!! The key ring has gotten a bit rusty over the years, but this is a Genuine Peggy Gladden-made article! I don't know how many others were made like this, certainly NOT MANY!! If you're a collector of Bally-Astrovision-Astrocade items, then this is perhaps a once in a lifetime opportunity to land this!!!"
||Astrocade Multicart Titlescreen|
This picture was traced to make the multicart picture (which was not used).
||Astrocade Name Tag for Bob Fabris|
A name tag created by Astrocade, Inc. for Bob Fabris. This was
probably used when he represented the company at various computer shows.
||Character Size Comparison|
A comparison between AstroBasic and Blue Ram BASIC's
||Check On-Board ROM Program|
This is the program (and output) to check the ROM version of a Bally Astrocade. This example console
has a "3159" ROM.
Conan Promotional Sticker.|
This sticker was archived by Paul Thacker on December 11, 2021. He said, "Here's one of the cooler and stranger items I've bought on eBay. I'm tempted to hang this on my wall with a Conan movie poster. I wish they had finished Conan. I don't know if I'd exactly call the prototype fun, but it's definitely unique and I wonder where they would have gone with it.
"Promotional sticker for the unreleased Conan game for the Astrocade. According to the seller, this was a snipe intended to be placed on a Conan movie poster in theaters."
An example of typing and running a very short program in AstroBASIC.
||Incredible Wizard Ad at Baseball Game|
According to an Astrocade press release from June 1982, this was the world's first video game to be projected on a giant screen (25' x 35') at a baseball game. Other than knowing that this is a White Sox game played in Chicago in the Summer of 1982, I don't know who took this picture.
This picture is from the Digital Press CD released in 1997. Thanks to Digital Press for allowing this picture to appear on Bally Alley.
You can visit Digital Press's Facebook page here.
You can visit Digital Press's website here.
Screenshot of Jane Veeder's "Montana."
||"Adventures of Robby Roto, The" 7-11 Slurpee Cup|
"The Adventures of Robby Roto" is an arcade game that Bally Midway released in 1981. The game is based on the Bally Arcade/Astrocade chipset. This game wasn't popular in the arcades and thus it didn't see wide production. Therefore it is unusual that there was a 7-11 convenience store Slurpee Cup tie-in. This game has the distinction of being the first game ROM that is legally distributed for use with the MAME arcade game emulator.
This cup was for sale in November 2011 on the Ebay auction site.
- Robby Roto 7-11 Slurpee Cup (Auction Description)
||Smurf Mock Screenshot|
This is a mock screenshot of a possible Bally version of Coleco's Smurf Cartridge created by by Kurt Woloch on February 13, 2006. Included in the zip download
is a BMP of this image and a text file that explains this picture in much more detail.
This is a cleaned-up 3-color screen made by Lance Squire for use as a title screen-- this is not an Astrocade screenshot. It is normal to click on the picture and to get a smallerview of it, as that was the original screensize.
||Vector Animation Routine|
An animation of a ball on the Multicart background screen.