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In 2018, Inty‑Home announced via a Facebook post the availability of Gyruss, a game that Parker Brothers had released for the Atari VCS as well as ColecoVision–though it had never been announced for Intellivision. Not long after the announcement, controversy erupted due to the the high asking price for the game, and questions about the origins of the game's code. Early sales were refunded, and attempts were made to resolve the dispute about the game's source code. Eventually, the game became available for purchase again.

Undeterred by the initial difficulties with the Gyruss release, the Italy-based Inty‑Home development team has continued to work on other Intellivision games, producing a port of the obscure Commodore 64 game Quo Vadis in 2019. Other titles have been announced as well, and now Italy has an established Intellivision game publisher!

Cartridge Count 2/??


Title Item No. Manual Overlays Rarity Notes
Gyruss Box Gyruss 5080 Yes

N/A

HBSome controversy surrounds this release due to high cost and question surrounding source code; that said, packaging is reported to be virtually identical to true Parker Brothers releases, though cartridge shell is 3-D printed
Quo Vadis Box Quo Vadis Yes

Quo Vadis Overlay

2

HBAn Intellivision version of the game first released in 1984 for the Commodore 64