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Best Intellivision ROMs

Console Rating Total Downloads Total Size
Donkey Kong (1982) (Coleco).int 0.0/5 6
BurgerTime! (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 7
B-17 Bomber (1981) (Mattel) .int 0.0/5 6
Advanced Dungeons And Dragons (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 4
Adventure (AD&D - Cloudy Mountain) (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 4
Beauty And The Beast (1982) (Imagic) .int 0.0/5 18
Scooby Doo's Maze Chase (1983) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 8
Air Strike (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 15
Atlantis (1981) (Imagic) .int 0.0/5 7
Bump 'N' Jump (1982-83) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
Astrosmash - Meteor (1981) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
BeamRider (1983) (Activision) .int 0.0/5 12
Advanced D&D - Treasure Of Tarmin (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
Auto Racing (1979) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 5
Donkey Kong Jr (1982) (Coleco).int 0.0/5 6
Baseball (1978) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 3
Motocross (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 4
Boxing (1980) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 5
River Raid (1982-83) (Activision) .int 0.0/5 9
4-TRIS By Joseph Zbiciak (2001).int 0.0/5 3
Armor Battle (1978) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
NHL Hockey (1979) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 9
Tower Of Doom (1986) (Intv Corp).int 0.0/5 7
Diner (1987) (Intv Corp).int 0.0/5 5
Demon Attack (1982) (Imagic) .int 0.0/5 6
Astrosmash (1981) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
NBA Basketball (1978) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 5
Super Soccer (1983) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 8
Brickout! (1981) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 2
Vectron (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 7
Mouse Trap (1982) (Coleco).int 0.0/5 7
Slam Dunk - Super Pro Basketball (1987) (Intv Corp).int 0.0/5 7
Sears Super Video Arcade BIOS (1978) (Sears) .int 0.0/5 7
Horse Racing (1980) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
Shark! Shark! (1982) (Mattel) .int 0.0/5 14
TRON - Deadly Discs (1981) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
Utopia (1981) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
Lady Bug (1983) (Coleco).int 0.0/5 4
Tennis (1980) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 6
TRON - Solar Sailer (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 7
Swords And Serpents (1982) (Imagic) .int 0.0/5 6
Thunder Castle (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 7
Frog Bog (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 4
Checkers (1979) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 3
Mission X (1982) (Mattel).int 0.0/5 7
Carnival (1982) (Coleco-CBS).int 0.0/5 6
Doom By Joseph Zbiciak (2002).int 0.0/5 2
Microsurgeon (1982) (Imagic) .int 0.0/5 4
Space Spartans (1981) (Mattel) .int 0.0/5 7
Song Player - Nut Reed By Joseph Zbiciak (1999).int 0.0/5 9

Intellivision ROMs

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Intellivision is a game console launched by Mattel in 1979. The creation of Intellivision began, as was the case with many other gaming consoles of the 80s, under the influence of high sales of Atari VCS. Mattel intended to drop the king from the throne with the help of quite advanced for that time graphics, decent games (mostly sports) and the main feature - an additional keyboard that turned a children's toy into a full-fledged home computer.

We can not say that the idea was a complete failure. The first batch of 200 thousand copies was sold out in a very short time, and the mentioned above keyboard played a significant role in this. Keyboard production, however, was curtailed after a short period of trial sales due to frequent breakdowns and inconvenience of use. At the same time, the second model of the console called Intellivision II hit the shelves. It differed from the original version by case design and the lower price (the purpose of the remodelling was actually a reduction of the cost of production). 

A year later, a prototype of the Intellivision III was presented to the general public. The new console has a built-in voice module, unlimited color palette, 6-channel sound, large amounts of memory and compatibility with all games of the original Intellivision. Later, the announced system was renamed, and a printer, keyboard and adapter were added to the list of promised features, which allowed to launch games from the Atari 2600.