The Bally Astrocade was released in 1977 and was only on the market until 1979 when Bally decided to exit the market. It was later picked up by a third party company who re-released it and sold it until around 1983. This was actually one of the few systems I never had when I used to collect games. When it was released in 1977, it was strictly sold though mail order under the name Bally Home Library Computer. The consoles didn't ship until 1978 and by then were renamed the Bally Professional Arcade. The Astrocade came with four programs built in, Gunfight, Checkmate, Scribbling, and a calculator.




Game title


Game title


280 Zzzap / Dodgem


Gunfighter


Amazing Maze / Tic-Tac-Toe


ICBM Attack


Artillery Duel


Incredible Wizard


Astro Battle


Letter Match / Spell 'n Score / Crosswords


Bally Pin


Machine Language Manager


Basic


Mazeman


Baseball


Median


Basketball


Missile Attack


Basic Math / Speed Math


Ms. CandyMan


Biorhythm


Muncher


Blackjack / Poker / Acey-Ducey


Music Maker


Blast Droids


Panzer Attack / Red Baron


Bowling


Pirates Chase


Checkers / Backgammon


Sea Devil


Clowns / Brickyard


Seawolf / Missile


Coloring Book


Soccer


Conan the Barbarian


Solar Conqueror


Cosmic Raiders


Space Fortress


Dog Patch


Space Invaders


Drag Race / Desert Fox


Star Battle


Football


Tornado Baseball / Tennis / Hockey / Handball


Galactic Invasion


Treasure Cove


Galaxian


Wizard of Wor


Grand Prix / Demolition Derby




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