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Not long after Intelligentvision entered the Intellivision homebrew scene, Valter Prette in Italy founded Elektronite to foster new game development for the Intellivision as well. While the long–term goal of Intelligentvision was to bring previously unreleased titles from "back in the day" to the light of day, Valter's mission was to not only bring new titles, but new developers to the Intellivision community.

With the delivery of the already popular Arcade titles from Carl Mueller, Jr. to wow us and show just how badly Coleco missed the mark with their universally derided Donkey Kong port, and the new gem Match 5, it's safe to say that the Intellivision community is thankful indeed that this effort has been a success.

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Cartridge Count 8/??


Title Item No. Manual Overlays Rarity Notes
Boulder Dash<sup>®</sup> Box Boulder Dash® ELK1402 Yes

Boulder Dash<sup>®</sup> Overlay

2

U2Co-published with First Star Software, Inc. to coincide with the 35th anniversary of the initial Atari 8-bit release; early demo version was shown at Classic Gaming Expo in 2014, though the final release was in 2015; collection contains serial number 0126
D2K Arcade Box D2K Arcade ELK1201 Yes

D2K Arcade Overlay

2

U2Contains not only DK Arcade, but a second game containing four all–new levels inspired by the hit Jumpman Returns; more info at the Elektronite site
DK Arcade Box DK Arcade ELK1203 Yes

DK Arcade Overlay

2

U2Elektronite's release, voted Game of the Year 2011; Carl Mueller, Jr. shows us how Donkey Kong should have been done; more info at the Elektronite site; personal copy is serial number 0064; those white lines on the box scan are from the shrinkwrap
Match 5 Box Match 5 ELK1301 Yes

Match 5 Overlay

2

U2Popular new strategy game for the Intellivision; info at the Elektronite site; personal collection contains serial number 0124
Minehunter Box Minehunter ELK1202 Yes

Minehunter Overlay

2

U2Elektronite's release of Ryan Kinnen's adaptation of the classic game to the Intellivision; more info at the Elektronite site
Old School Box Old School ELK1401 Yes

Old School Overlay

2

U2Initially, Elektronite offered John Doherty's game as a cartridge-only release. Popular demand and the arrival of angel investor Soulbuster brought a full complete in box release. Collection contains an upgrade kit version as well as serial number 12.
Paddle Party Box Paddle Party ELK1302 Yes

Paddle Party Overlay

2

U2Original title developed by one-time Mattel programmer David Akers; more info at the Elektronite site
The Lost Caves of Kroz Box The Lost Caves of Kroz ELK1303 Yes

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2

U2Programmed by John Doherty, and licensed from Apogee, this game pushes the Intellivision and LTO's JLP technology into a new frontier; large, ambitious action-puzzler with three save game slots on the cartridge; yours truly contributed a tiny bit of code–the text displayed as you enter each room; collection contains serial number 0084