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An emulator is a program that allows a computer, modern console, or a dedicated emulation device such as Rasberry Pi to emulate a different system's behavior. Emulators are most often used to play older video games, but they are also used to play games translated into other languages or to modify existing games. Emulators are also a useful tool in the development process of making homebrew games for older systems. Virtually all older video games are available online in ROM form.
Ultimate PC Interface For The Intellivision
Raphnet Intellivision Controller To USB Adapter
INTV2 ARCADE CONTROLLER
A customized NeoGeoX arcade controller turned into an Intellivision 2/Sears Super Video Arcade compatible controller. Set up for both 4 way and 8 way control. Limited quantities.
Atarimax Intellivision USB Adapter
Mega-Emu Arcade Joystick Interface
RetroZone USB Intellivision RetroKit
Classic Game Controller
Intellivision Emulation Programs
This Intellivision was designed and programmed by Joseph Zbiciak. It remains one of the most popular intellivision emulators to date. Compatible with most Operating Systems. JZINTV
Also available is GuIntv, based on Jzintv for Mac users. Currently version 1.2 is available,but an updated version is in the works. GUINTV
Nostalgia 5.0 is Windows XP-based Intellivision games emulator.
It will run all of the games (game roms) that the original Mattel
Intellivision game console ran. Additionally, Nostalgia also runs
homebrew games that have been created over the years by
Intellivision enthusiasts. Youwill also need the ROM images that were contained in
chips in the original Intellivision. NOSTALGIA 5
IntyOS is a multitasked operating system for the Intellivision console. It includes a powerful GUI which handles a mouse pointer, windows, menus, icons, etc. Right now, only binary files are available. But IntyOS will soon be released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) with complete source code and documentation. IntyOS
SDK-1600 is an Intellivision game develpment kit used to program new homebrew games for this 30 year old system. Use one of the available Intellivision emulators or Chad Schell's Intellicart to play your programmed game. SDK-1600
This is a command-line integer cross-compiler of a small subset of BASIC, it generates assembler for using with as1600, that in turn generates the final executable runnable in real Intellivision and/or emulation via jzintv.
It significatively eases writing games for Intellivision. I know it because the examples I'm attaching were written in less than an hour each one.
v0.1 of IntyBASIC compiler, executables for both Win and Mac. Along with another minigame example (game2.bas named inside Barzack)
v0.2 of IntyBASIC compiler. Updated executables for Win, Mac and now Linux. Added title.bas sample. BITMAP statement enhanced. More descriptions in manual.
v0.3 of IntyBASIC compiler. Added read-only arrays with DATA, arrays with DIM statement. And memory limit detection for variables. Solved various minor bugs and updated manual.
v0.4 of IntyBASIC compiler. Solved bug when assigning to array with constant index. Updated manual slightly.