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RetroGameCon in NY Oct 8 9 New Intellivision Release

A new Intellivision homebrew release will be available at the show tis coming weekend. If you are in the NY area, stop on by!   Look for the Midnight Blue International bo…

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Advanced Game Programming Book for the Intellivision

The Rise and Fall of Imagic

PRGE 2014 Keith Robinson Presentation

Classic Game Discussion

PRGE 2022 game debut review by ArcadeUSA

Bot destroys Astrosmash for Intellivision

Intellivision 2 demo

The Sorrow of Gadhlan by Kai Magazine

25 most valuable Intellivision games

Donkey Kong Junior gameplay

Geography Challenge 1 for Intellivision

Grand Prix for the Intellivision

Frankensteins Monster CARTRIDGE ONLY available

2600Connection is making a small amount of Frankenstein's Monster available in cartridge/manual only form, at a special low price for those wanting a cheaper option.


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RetroGameCon 2022 and Mattel Intellivision booth NY Oct 8 9

RetroGameCon 2022 is coming to NY on October 8 & 9 2022.  Midnight Blue International will be hosting a booth there with Intellivision goodies. And also be selling some I…

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New Intellivision cartridge shells available

Two new cartridge shells are now available to purchase at Intellivision Collector.  View the exact details here and info where to purchase. 

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New games in the IntellivisionRevolution STORE

Head over to the IntellivisionRevolution STORE for a selection of new games for sale. Bank Panic, Keystone Kopps, Castle of Death, and older titles as well. 


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Intellivision accessories 1983 commercial

Papa Pete Intellivision game night

Fast Food for Intellivision

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What is an Intellivision?

The Intellivision is a home video game system that was released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics.

It was a direct competitor of the Atari 2600. Games for the system were still being released into the early 1990's. A total of over 3 million Intellivision consoles were sold worldwide. Many Intellivision products were released after that era, including the Intellivision Flashback in the 2014. 

Today in 2021, the Intellivision has a very active aftermarket gaming scene with new games being released each year by many publishers, all helping to keep the Mattel Intellivision legacy alive!

Elektronite's SteamRoller

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





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