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Maria now available for Intellivision - Big Box Edition

Maria travels for weeks when she hears a rumor. It seems that in the Big Forest lie the ruins of a thousand years old church. Below this ancient temple would exist an unde…

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The Intellivision Game Vault Free ROMs

Download FREE Intellivision game ROMs in the Intellivision Game Vault. Located HERE.

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Blue Sky Rangers games available

King Of The Mountain, Spiker, and Deep Pockets are available on the Blue Sky Rangers website. Also join the BSR Newsletter.

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Good Deal Games now selling Blix and Choclate Mine

Blix & Chocolate Mine is still available for Mattel Intellivision by Good Deal Games. Get your copy here.

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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. Today the Intellivision has a very active aftermarket gaming scene with new games being released each year. A new Intellivision home console will be released in late 2020 named the Intellivision Amico™ and will continue the legacy.

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

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