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Blog posts July 2013

Intellivision GAME FACTORY and GO FOR THE GOLD Custom Boxes

A limited run of custom Intellivision boxes for two previously unreleased games is now available. Once they are sold out, they will not be made again. Now is your chance to pick up Game Factory and Go For The Gold. Remember that this is for the boxes only. Maybe one day a game cartridge for these will surface. 

Pick them up HERE from Collector Alex Pace. 

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The Intellivision Lost Games Guide

This CD-ROM guide of tons of Intellivision games! A great addition to any collection! Get your copy HERE from Alex Pace.

MTE 201 Test Cartridge Box Available

Need a box for your Intellivision Test Cart? Once these are gone, they will not be printed again. Get you custom box only from collector Alex Pace HERE!

Data East Arcade Classics for the Wii

Want to play an arcade perfect version of Burgertime?  Pick up Data East Arcade Classics for the Nintendo Wii.

Review by Classic Game Room.

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Match 5 Still Available for Purchase

The most recent release for the Mattel Intellivision is still available for purchase through Elektronite, check out Elektronite's other great games if you have not already, such as DK Arcade, Minehunter, and D2K Arcade!







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Magnavox Odyssey Inventor RALPH BAER and his Legacy

Ralph Baer, the 91-year old inventor of the world's first home console, the Magnavox Odyssey, is pretty sure his legacy is intact, despite various claimants to the honor of bringing video games into the world.

In a new interview with Ars Technica, the retired engineer looks back at some of the earliest attempts to make video games, including academic experiments Tennis for Two and Spacewar, neither of which, he said, had any influence on his commercial work in the late 1960s and early 197…

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7 Retro Video Games Still Worth Playing Today

7 retro video games still worth playing today

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Over the last few years, retro gaming has seen a resurgence in popularity. Nostalgia is a funny thing though and sometimes our memories make us think certain titles were more fun and better looking than they actually are today.

Some video games just haven’t stood the test of time very well. We might have a nostalgic connection with the title but, often after only a few minutes of stepping into that tim…

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Video Games The Movie

Groovybee's New Intellivision Flash Multicart is Progressing

Atari Age user Groovybee is making progress on his new Intellivision flash based multicart. Alot has been done, but it still has a little way to go, hopefully a release in 2013!  While no Mattel or any other 3rd party game ROM's will come pre loaded, it is scheduled to have some game content from Groovybee himself. More details as they become available.

Technical stats:

  • FAT12/FAT16/FAT32 compatible.
  • Long filenames supported (VFAT).
  • Files are displayed in white, folders are in yellow.
  • 8…

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