In episode 7 of the Bally Alley Astrocast Chris and I review the Dog Patch cartridge, the 1980 Astrocade port of the 1978 B&W Dog Patch arcade game. Due to scheduling conflicts, Paul and Michael could not record for this episode, so Chris is co-hosting the show with Adam.
Dog Patch Disassembly - A complete disassembly of the Astrocade cartridge Dogpatch. Originally worked on by Adam Trionfo in 2003 and left in an incomplete state. In 2008 Richard Degler took the source-code and finished the disassembly.
Dog Patch "Box" - The Dog Patch packaging that was used by Bally Mfg. Corp in 1980.
Dog Patch Box - The Dog Patch packaging that was used by Astrovision, Inc.
Dogpatch Ad - Ad in "More Games... More Fun... and More to Come..." 1982 Astrocade 32-page game catalog.
Chopsticks WAV File - The song Chopsticks is taken from WaveMakers' Music Keyboard, a BASIC program that allows the user to create 2-voice music using an on-screen piano keyboard. The music could then be exported to tape and then used in your own program. Music Keyboard was released on in December 1982 on Tape 17. It was also released on WaveMakers' tape 19 and Astro-Bugs Club Tape #1 (without the chopsticks music that is played on the title screen). It was later reprinted in the Arcadian.