Intellivision Games
Game Info & Reviews

Software Collection
Mattel Electronics
  Action
  Arcade
  ECS
  Gaming
  IntelliVoice
  Learning
  Space
  Sports
  Strategy
  1983
  PlayCable
INTV Corporation
Imagic
Activision
Coleco
Parker Brothers
Atarisoft
Dextell, Ltd.
Interphase
Sega
Test
Demo
Independent
  2600 Connection
  Blah Blah Woof Woof
  CollectorVision
  Elektronite
  Freewheeling Games
  Intelligentvision
  Intellivision Revolution
  Left Turn Only
  Zbiciak Electronics
Intellivision, Inc.
Sears
Digiplay
CBS Electronics

Atari VCS
Odyssey2
ColecoVision
NES
Atari 7800

Hardware Collection
Mattel Electronics
INTV Corporation
Sears
Tandy
GTE Sylvania
Independent

Overlays
Text Table
Mattel Electronics
INTV Corporation
Imagic
Activision
Coleco
Dextell, Ltd.
Interphase
Intellivision, Inc.

Trade Lists
Want List

Other Stuff
Technical & Repair Info
Odds & Ends
Old Gaming Magazines
Site Updates
Contact Me

This site is dedicated to my (step)Dad. He was a man of vision, and rescued my Mother and the rest of us when we really needed it. You left us before any of us were ready. We will always love you, and miss you.

This site is devoted to my Intellivision collection and observations / opinions about Intellivision.

For your viewing enjoyment:

  • Use at least 800x600, 16-bit color (or better)
  • This site will may be slow for the bandwidth-limited - sorry, lots of graphics!
  • Best viewed in IE5 or later or Netscape 6.0 or later - these have been tested

The INTV Funhouse logo and most of the page header graphics were created using Paint Shop Pro and the SF Intellivised font.

Find out about Paint Shop Pro at Jasc Software.

Sadly, ShyFonts.com is no longer with us, and I couldn't find the font on their site. So, click here to download it.

I've also used the fonts available at The Intellivision G-Spot - most excellent work!

This site was created and is maintained with 1st Page 2000 by Evrsoft, in conjunction with Top Style Pro by Bradsoft. Some older stuff might still be from Front Page Express. (sorry!)

I've given up on making the site strictly adhere to HTML 4.01 since

  • Most browsers don't support all CSS features
  • Most browsers don't support all HTML 4.01 features

While things seem to have looked OK in IE5 and NS6, they were terrible in NS477 and untested in Mozilla, Opera, and other browsers. So, it's HTML 4.01 Transitional, baby!