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Astrocade Inc
3520 Grove Avenue
Lorain , Ohio 44055
United States

Company Description: Bally Astrocade newsletters, documentation, ads, letters, promotional reading and manuals in pdf format, rare Astrocade hardware pictures, program downloads, and...   more

Employment History

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Bally Alley - The Newsletter for Astrocade Users, 18 June 2015 [cached]
Brett Bilbrey with MBUG
Brett Bilbrey with MBUG
This picture was taken on the last weekend of April 2012 when Brett was in Michigan for his father's memorial. Brett says, "I checked, and folks said it was OK to use the picture.
Brett Bilbrey and his wife Ann Bilbrey
This picture was developed in January of 1980 and was provided by Brett Bilbrey.
This email "interview" (from July 11, ..., 27 Jan 2006 [cached]
This email "interview" (from July 11, 2001) is with Brett Bilbrey, from Spectre Systems (programmer of ICBM Attack and Treasure Cove cartridges). I'm not sure why this was never posted. This is the kind of stuff I'm finding on my hard drive when I look through the files... ADAM - I was hoping to get in touch with Mike and Marion [of Spectre]. I would like to ask them about releasing BLAST DROIDS into the public domain as well as your two programs. I think that would be the last of the three (?) Esoterica, Inc cartridges. BRETT - Blast Droids was not a Spectre Systems creation. (At least I don't remember doing it... (sigh, getting old sucks). Esoterica was only the distributor of our cartridges. They distributed other peoples products as well. I don't remember Blast Droids, so I'm pretty sure it was someone else's. (I wrote a lot of programs around that time, and if Esoterica took one and made a cartridge out of it - giving it a new name - then they did it without our permission.) ADAM - Not only do I want to ask them that, but I would like to hear about how they set up the company and more. Let me know if I can contact them (email preferred). BRETT - I can give you a little background on that.
But Dana joined the Air Force and left our group... Brett - engineer/programmer (Bally/TRS-80/etc...) Dana - artist/programmer (TRS-80) Marion - musician/programmer (TRS-80) Mike - manager We started writing programs for the TRS-80.
BRETT - You should also contact George Moses, one of the 'old gang' of the Bally Bugs... George helped rewrite the Bally Basic manual, and when I wrote the three voice music program, George wrote music for it... END OF ARTICLE
Bally Alley - The Newsletter for Astrocade Users, 27 Jan 2006 [cached]
The PDF version was supplied by Brett Bilbrey.
It was designed and programmed by Brett Bilbrey.
By Brett Bilbrey
Machine_Music_Demo.pdf - This is the original scan of Brett Bilbrey's Bally BASIC program.
The "preliminary" version is the 27 pages of source code for Treasure Cove, as supplied by Brett Bilbrey, the programmer of the cartridge.
Bally Alley - The Newsletter for Astrocade Users, 27 Jan 2006 [cached]
Spectre Systems was made up of Brett Bilbrey, Mike Toth and Marion Nelepa.
Brett did the game programming. ICBM ATTACK was an experiment to see if Brett 'could' create a cartridge. He did it in a few months during his free time in college so it did not take much money. Treasure Cove took a bit more work... Brett remembers not leaving Marion's house for days at a time...
ICBM Attack Concept Art Concept art for the game ICBM Attack.
Game Ideas by Brett Bilbrey
Game ideas by Brett Bilbrey.
ICBM Attack Cassette Description by Brett Bilbrey - June 22, 1982
This is the concept of ICBM Attack as originally envisioned by Brett. This game was eventually released on cartridge.
ICBM Attack Notes ICBM Attack Programming Notes
Twelve pages of handwritten programming notes by Brett Bilbrey about ICBM Attack. In the notes, the game is called "Missile Command."
This source was supplied by Brett Bilbrey, the programmer of the cartridge. This is not the final version, as that version of the source does not seem to be available (but could be created using the cartridge ROM image and this source code).
Tid Bits Slap-Dash Tid-Bits This is one page of tid-bits of information from Brett Bilbrey.
14-15 Three-Voice Music Assembler ..., 27 Jan 2006 [cached]
14-15 Three-Voice Music Assembler Brett Bilbrey Vol. I, pg. 17-18 and 61 Star Wars Music Marion Nelepa Vol. I, pg. 19 Chopsticks Fred Cornett Vol. I, pg. 19 Chicago Loop Mike Peace Vol. I, pg. 21 Lace Curtain ? Vol. I, pg. 21 Character Set Multiplier Fred Cornett Vol. I, pg. 22 Rotation Robert Leake Vol. I, pg. 22-23 GalactiBattle Brett Lathrope Vol. I, pg. 35-36 Othello Brett Bolbrey Vol. I, pg. 38 Arcade Golf Mike Maslowski Vol. I, pg. 42-45 Shell-Metzner Sort Matt Giwer Vol. I, pg. 46 Mazemaker Mike Peace Vol. I, pg. 46 Floating Point Math Bill Templeton Vol. I, pg. 46-47 Stock Inventory Status & Purchase Order Program Fred Cornett pg. 50-51 Connect Four Robert Leake Vol. II, pg.
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