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Intellivania for the Mattel Intellivision is upon us

Intellivania is now available in the IntellivisionRevolution store

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HELI is now available for for the Mattel Intellivision

H.E.L.I. is now available in the IntellivisionRevolution store. 

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Antarctic Tales for the Mattel Intellivision now available

Antarctic Tales now available for purchase in the IntellivisionRevolution store

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Official Trailer - Intellivision Virtual Expo 2020

Intellivision Christmas Carol The Book

Have Christmas Carol for the Mattel Intellivision? A companion storybook is now available for purchase, all the details are HERE. Get your copy now!

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Thin Ice review

Coming soon Revolution Overlays Series 1

Fantasy arcade game for Mattel Intellivision

The Black Candle for Mattel Intellivision

Preview of new Intellivision game Unlucky Ponys Adventure

Coming soon from IntellivisionRevolution. 2D sidescrolling platformer with boss battles. 

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MetalVision TV commercial

Ninja Odyssey by Elektronite

Tron Solar Sailer gameplay

Intellivision AV mod

Lets Play Beauty and the Beast

Antarctic Tales for the Mattel Intellivision

HELI for the Mattel Intellivision

Rick Dangerous for Intellivision coming in 2020

TNT Cowboy by Elektronite

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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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