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Mattel Electronics
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  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

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Activision
Coleco
Dextell, Ltd.
Interphase
Intellivision, Inc.

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A dedicated core of individuals has made it their mission to produce more new games for the Intellivision. These are most certainly NOT trivial 'Hello World' ROMs or minor hacks of existing games to run in your favorite emulator!

Not content to enjoy newly developed games solely through emulators, and recognizing that so few of us actually are fortunate enough to have an IntelliCart, these Intelligentvision-aries made it their mission to bring these games to you in their full glory. This means you get a cartridge, manual, overlays and box that all meet or exceed what you'd have expected back in the early 1980's.

Over its ten-year run—with some periods of retooling—Intelligentvision has consistently delivered not only high-quality original titles, but brought many long-lost unreleased and previously unfinished titles to the Intellivision community. Thank You!

You can find a much better history of Intelligentvision here.

Cartridge Count 22/??

Note: Same Game & Robots counts as a single release, even though it was released twice.



Title Item No. Manual Overlays Rarity Notes
4-Tris Box 4-Tris 9111 Yes

4-Tris Overlay

2

HBGame design / programming by Joe Zbiciak; box design and overlays by Roger Matthews; coordinated by Chris Neiman and David Harley; serial number 012; game review / info
Adventures of Tron Box Adventures of Tron 4160 Yes

Adventures of Tron Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; port of the M-Network version; M-Network part number was 4317; according to the Intellivision Lives site, the title screen uses routines developed for the never-released Intellivision III EXEC
Choplifter Box Choplifter 4605 Yes

Choplifter Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: unfinished project from INTV Corp; game programming / graphics by Scott Robitelle; title screen graphics by Connie Goldman; part number collides with King of the Mountain
Deep Pockets Super Pro Pool & Billiards Box Deep Pockets Super Pro Pool & Billiards 4607 Yes

Deep Pockets Super Pro Pool & Billiards Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; still "wrapped"; game review / info
Donkey Kong Arcade Box Donkey Kong Arcade 9115 Yes

Donkey Kong Arcade Overlay

2

HBHow Donkey Kong should have been done; more info at the Intelligentvision site; game programming by Carl Mueller Jr.; artwork by Gil Garcia; box design by Oliver Puschatzki; manual by David Harley
Illusions Box Illusions 4743 Yes

Illusions Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: previously unreleased 1984 project from Mattel Electronics; need info on how it was finished
King of the Mountain Box King of the Mountain 4605 Yes

King of the Mountain Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: previously unreleased project from Mattel Electronics; programming by Judy Mason; need more info
Magic Carousel Box Magic Carousel 4161 Yes

Magic Carousel Overlay

2

HBAlso found on Intellivision Rocks!, this is a previously unreleased ROM co-published with Intellivision Revolution; game review / info
Minehunter Box Minehunter 9113 Yes

Minehunter Overlay

2

HBInfo and history at the Intelligentvision site; game design / programming by Ryan Kinnen; box design and overlays by Roger Matthews; coordinated by Chris Neiman and David Harley; serial number 012
Ms. Night Stalker Box Ms. Night Stalker 9117 Yes

Ms. Night Stalker Overlay

2

HBThe nameless protagonist from the original game's Better Half is all out of bubble gum!; more info and history at the Intelligentvision site; multiple mazes, more challenging AI and numerous other features to challenge you
Ms. Pac-Man Box Ms. Pac-Man 9116 Yes

Ms. Pac-Man Overlay

2

HBCarl Mueller, Jr. strikes, once more doing Impossible Things, bringing an amazing effort. With an assist from David Harley, you also get 20 additional levels, along with many other gameplay options.
Rocky & Bullwinkle Box Rocky & Bullwinkle 4601 Yes

Rocky & Bullwinkle Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: game programming by Min Chau Tran; music / sound effects by David Warhol; previously unreleased from Mattel Electronics
Scarfinger Box Scarfinger 4604 Yes

Scarfinger Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: unfinished 1984 project from Mattel Electronics; game design / programming by Barcay & Burt; graphics by Bob del Principe; music / sound effects by Sam Zalan
Space C*nt Box Space C*nt 4606 Yes

Space C*nt Overlay

2

HBUpgraded from the infamous hack done by the Blue Sky Rangers to illustrate how something sounded in Tron Solar Sailer; co-published with Intellivision Revolution
Spina the Bee Box Spina the Bee 4602 Yes

Spina the Bee Overlay

2

HBMore info at the Intelligentvision site; according to Intellivision Lives: game programming by Simonot; graphics by Bob del Principe; music / sound effects by Sam Zalan; unfinished 1984 project from Mattel Electronics; part number collides with Yogi's Frustration
Stonix Box Stonix 9112 Yes

Stonix Overlay

2

HBThe excellent debut offering from Intelligentvision; info and history; game design / programming by Arnauld Chevallier; box design and overlays by Roger Matthews; coordinated by Chris Neiman and David Harley; each game individually numbered (ROM chip and box); serial number 012; game review / info
Super Chef BT Box Super Chef BT 6901 Yes

Super Chef BT Overlay

2

HBIt's BurgerTime++–or how to make something great event better; more info and history at the Intelligentvision site
Super Pro Tennis Box Super Pro Tennis 6902 Yes

Super Pro Tennis Overlay

2

HBHow do you make childhood dreams come true? Do it yourself! Tennis gets the Super Pro treatment; more info and history at the Intelligentvision site
Yogi's Frustration Box Yogi's Frustration 4602 Yes

Yogi's Frustration Overlay

2

HBMore info at Intelligentvision' according to Intellivision Lives (Yogi's Adventure): game design / programming by Mark Buczek; graphics by Mark Buczek and Monique Lujan-Bakerink; music / sound effects by Joshua Jeffe; previously unreleased from Mattel Electronics
Same Game & Robots Box Same Game & Robots 9114 Yes

Same Game & Robots Overlay

2

HBInfo and history at the Intelligentvision site; game design / programming (2005) by Michael Hayes; box design and overlays (2005) by Roger Matthews; coordinated by Chris Neiman and David Harley; serial number 012 (2005); Intellivoice and other enhancements added in 2012 release (no serial number on box); additional programming by David Harley (2012), box design and overlays (2012) by Oliver Puschatzki, artwork (2012) by Gil Garcia, voices by Sierra, David, and Heather Harley and Joe Franks
Super NFL Football Box Super NFL Football 4696 Yes

Super NFL Football Overlay

2

HBECS version of the game originally announced for the Keyboard Component; the Intelligentvision site displays a version of the box with a red game title—have not determined yet if there is such a variation
The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun Box The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun 4535 Yes

The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun Overlay

2

HBECS version of the game announced back in 1983; more info and history at the Intelligentvision site