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Intelligentvision Beauty and the Beast PRO

Intelligentvision is back at it again with another game improvement, this time it is the beloved Intellivision exclusive Imagic game, Beauty and the Beast. The digital ROM is available on the official website. 

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Atari Age forum discussion:

Beauty and the Beast - Page 2 - Intellivision / Aquarius - AtariAge Forums

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Factoid: Intellivision was the first 16 bit video game console.





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What is an Intellivision?

The Mattel Intellivision is a home video game system that was released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics, makers of Barbie and Hot Wheels to name a few.

It was a direct competitor of the Atari 2600 and was a moderate success worldwide. Games for the system were still being released into the early 1990's via mail-in orders. A total of over 3 million Intellivision consoles were sold worldwide. Many Intellivision products were released after that era, including LCD handhelds, compilations on Playstation 2, Xbox, Gamecube and Nintendo DS and  the Intellivision Flashback in the 2014. 

The Mattel Intellivision has had a very active aftermarket gaming scene with new games being released each year by many publishers. The first homebrews being released in the early 2000's and then taking off in the early 2010's. These new game releases are keeping the Mattel Intellivision legacy alive!