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Mar. 2015:  Elektronite and First Star Software announce Boulder Dash®, available on Intellivision! Order todayI
  Feb. 2015:  Go Learn how to have FUN with The Intellivisionaries in Episode 17!
  Feb. 2015:  With an assist from Joe Zbiciak, Steve Ettinger has revealed a new Easter egg in Spiker! Details here, as well as on Atari Age.
  Feb. 2015:  Visit Carl Mueller, Jr.'s site for some nice, Impossible Things.
  Feb. 2015:  CollectorVision has announced two new Intellivision titles to order, delivery in April, 2015: Princess Quest and Flapee Bird!
  Feb. 2015:  The Intellivision Revolution has announced its third FOURTH title: Copter Command with a planned release in April, 2015!
  Jan. 2015:  The Intellivisionaries interview Connie Goldman and David Warhol. Don your plate mail armor, grab a sword and shield, and visit Thunder Castle!
Hot news item! Jan. 2015:  Copies of IntelligentVision's recent collaboration with Carl Mueller, Jr. are beginning to pop up in the wild. Ms. Pac-Man arrives at last!
Hot news item! Dec. 2014:  LTO Flash! firmware development is in high gear!
  Dec. 2014:  Santa made an early stop for The Intellivisionaries and delivered up on Christmas Eve Special Edition 2. Grab an eggnog and reminisce with them on Holidays past.
Which edition of the Intellivision Flashback is your favorite?
   Dollar General (Bonus Game)
   Sam's Club (Bonus Overlays)
   Special Edition (CGE / Comikaze sleeve)
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Software Collection

INTV Funhouse Game Info Page Game reviews, variants, Easter eggs and other info appear here.
Activision Though off to a slow start for the Intellivision, a majority of their games were excellent. (7 Titles)
Atarisoft Sadly, Atarisoft didn't come on the scene until the end. All titles were well-executed ports of arcade games. (3 Titles)
Bandai Software Bandai released a subset of the original Mattel titles in Japan, as well as the console.
CBS Electronics Games European-market releases of Coleco's games.
Coleco Initial offerings were substandard, but improved towards the end. All titles were ports of arcade games. (8 Titles)
Demonstration Demonstration cartridges to entice you into buying an Intellivision system. All known demonstration cartridges were released by Mattel. (4 Versions)
Dextell After Mattel closed up shop, including their development house in France, Nice Ideas / Dextell released two titles through INTV Corp. (2 Titles)
Digiplay Digiplay/Digimed repackaged and rereleased Intellivision games from Mattel, Activision, and Imagic in Brazil. Best materials are to be found here.
Elektronite Founded in 2005, Elektronite's mission is to establish a thriving Intellivision home-brew cartridge scene. (4 Titles released, with many to come!)
Imagic The most prolific 3rd party vendor for Intellivision. Generally produced high-quality product. Games were all original titles, but many were "inspired by" arcade games. (14 Titles)
Intelli Games Repackaged versions of various Intellivision games from Brazil. Details sketchy, but the best info is here.
IntelligentVision Founded in 2004, IntelligentVision's mission was to bring previously unreleased titles to cartridge format. Happily, they also brought plenty of new original titles along the way! (18 Titles, excluding variants, LTO, and other special releases)
Intellivision, Inc. Repackaged versions of original Mattel titles.
Interphase Small company that released a pair of games late in the game. (2 Titles)
INTV Corporation Initially released titles developed, but not shipped, by Mattel. Followed with generally impressive upgrades of sports titles, a few arcade ports, and some original games. (21 Titles)
Left Turn Only Great software and hardware for the Intellivision!
Mattel Electronics Originator of the Intellivision. (61 Titles)
Parker Brothers Except for Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, all of Parker Brothers' games were reasonably well-done ports of arcade games. (6 Titles)
Sears Tele-Games Sears repackaged Mattel titles and released them under the Sears Tele-Games label.
Chad Schell Ah yes, the IntelliCart. It's more of a peripheral than software, but it's here for now. (1 Product)
Sega Latecomer on the Intellivision scene. One quite rare title released. (1 Title)
Test Test and diagnostic software. At least two notably different versions exist, though other variants have been found. INTV Corp. also re-released the Mattel test cartridge.
Joe Zbiciak For the time being, only Joe's cartridge releases are listed. (1 Title)
Odds & Ends Memorabilia, modern-era Intellivision software, and other miscellaneous mumbo-jumbo. Yeah, some of it's not software. Deal with it.

This listing preserves packaging variations. An exhaustive list of software (released and not) can be found in the Intellivision FAQ Cartridge List. Many fellow Intellivision fans have contributed images to this site. (Sometimes unwittingly :) Where such contributions appear, credit is given.

Atari Logo Atari VCS Collection I do have a few Atari VCS games (or Atari 2600 for you late-comers). Check 'em out! Please do remember, though, that I'm an Intellivision collector. The Atari page is not an info page.

Hardware Collection
We had one of the earliest releases of the Intellivision consoles, an original 2609, because I remember distinctly that the picture on the box for Space Battle was wrong. I also believe that it had a blurb for U.S.A.C. Auto Racing - but that license must have fallen through. In any case, we played that Intellivision so much that by February of 1981 (we got it for Christmas in 1980) we had let the smoke out of it [1], and it stopped working.

Sadly, the replacement we got for it doesn't work any more. Currently, the sound / controller chip is in one of my Sears Super Video Arcade units. One of the I/O ports has an internal short between two pins, affecting the left controller.

I got my Intellivision System III back in 1986 or so - perhaps 1987, but lost the box and manual somewhere in my college years. I've picked up other things more recently (the last 7 years or so), and they all appear on my hardware page.

Click on this link to see my Intellivision hardware and add-ons collection.
Click on this link for my listing of Intellivision console variations.

The Overlays Thumbnail Page shows the principal Intellivision overlays in thumbnail images, with the requisite "click to enlarge" behavior. It also has links to further pages showing all the variations I have in my collection, and some that I don't.

For the bandwidth-challenged, or those who would rather just see a text list, the Overlays Table Page may be better.


[1]who let the smoke out?
In case you didn't know, all electronic devices operate using smoke. You can prove this quite simply - if you let the smoke out of any electronic device, there is an incredibly high likelihood that it will no longer work. If it does still work, then there is still enough smoke left in it for it to continue operating.
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