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Initially, Blah Blah Woof Woof's foray into Intellivision game creation was a tongue-in-cheek proposal to whip out a "crappy" game in a few weeks just before the 2015 Portland Retro Gaming Expo (PRGE). The devious plan was to produce only thirty copies—all numbered 1 OF N—just for the show and slowly leak more for exorbitant prices later. This came as a reaction to how some Intellivision fans and collectors expressed a ... variety of responses to the limited run of 30 copies of the game Blix released at the 2014 Classic Gaming Expo (CGE).

The idea gained steam and a small team frantically worked to produce the title Piggy Bank, published by Cheap Retro Anal Productions ©®™ (CRAP) Games.

Who knows if CRAP Games will publish more titles, or if Blah Blah Woof Woof will take the reins and handle further titles. Blah Blah Woof Woof is a music and media company that has put its toes into the Intellivision game publishing waters! What does its future hold? Time will tell.

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Title Item No. Manual Overlays Rarity Notes
Piggy Bank Box Piggy Bank Yes

N/A [2*]

HBPulled together in an insanely short time period, this "Complete in Bag" release was initially sold at PRGE in 2015, but mercifully made available to those not in attendance; each copy is numbered 1 of N; to date, all copies also include a bacon-flavored Dum-Dum sucker!; NOTE: the "box" image is just the front of the card stapled to the Ziploc® bag used to package the game; *custom overlays designed by Lonely Carts Club and manufactured by Phil Boland, a manual by mthompson and a custom box, complete with storage for the Dum-Dum, also by Lonely Carts Club have been created as well