List of Intellivision games

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The Intellivision

This is a list of cartridges and cassettes for the Intellivision game system. Some cartridges were published by both Mattel Electronics and Sears Tele-Games, and later Intellivision Inc. Between 1979 and 1989, a total of 133 titles were released:[1]

The main reference for this is the Game Catalog of IntellivisionLives.com.[2] Some games were also published under different names when they were re-released as Intellivision Lives!.


Table Key[edit]

^ For two players only
* Compilation of previously released games
Intellivoice voice synthesis cartridge
ECS Computer Adapter cartridge
§ Keyboard Component cassette

All early games published by Mattel Electronics were categorized by "Network". Each network had its own color that was used for the game box. The network concept was abandoned in late 1982.[3]

Sports network[4]
Action network
Space Action network
Strategy network
Gaming network
Children's Learning network
Arcade network

Master Component Releases[edit]

Cartridges released during the production life of the Intellivision from 1979 to 1989. Intellivoice cartridges are included here. Although designed to be played with speech, the Intellivoice cartridges do run without the Intellivoice peripheral.

Title Genre Developer Publisher Released Notes
Auto Racing Racing APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-10-03
Running change with steering changed from "directional" to "realistic" (left/right).
Boxing ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-10-21
Two players required
Major League Baseball ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-09-04
aka Baseball, Big League Baseball; Two players required.
NASL Soccer ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-09-04
aka Soccer; Two players required.
NBA Basketball ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-08-25
aka Basketball; Two players required.
NFL Football ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-08-27
aka Football; Two players required.
NHL Hockey ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-10-03
aka Hockey; Two players required.
PBA Bowling Sports Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-07-31
aka Bowling
PGA Golf [5] Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-11-05
aka Golf
Tennis ^ Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-12-10
Two players required.
U.S. Ski Team Skiing Sports APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-12-10
aka Skiing
ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Cartridge Action-adventure APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-08-16
aka Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Cloudy Mountain, Adventure, Crown of Kings; Programming by Chris Hawley, Tom Soulanille, and Tom Loughry.[6]
Armor Battle ^ Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
Running change with faster tank turning. Two players required.
Frog Bog Platform APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-05-25
Lock 'N Chase Stealth Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-07-09
Night Stalker Stealth Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-05-16
Sea Battle ^ Action, Strategy APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-10-03
Two players required.


Shark! Shark! Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-12-06
Sharp Shot APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-10-28
designed for voice activated control for TV Powww call-in game show
Snafu Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-10-15
Sub Hunt Action, Simulation APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-05-06
Programming by John Hershberger and Tom Loughry[6]
Triple Action ^ Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-10-15
album cartridge: Battle Tanks, Racing Cars, and Biplanes; Two players required for Biplanes and Battle Tanks. In addition to Rich O'Keefe, programming credits are also given to Shal Farley[7].
Tron: Deadly Discs Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-09
Tron: Maze-a-Tron Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-10-06
Astrosmash Shooter Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-10-15
Space Armada Shooter APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-10-15
Space Battle Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-08-25
Originally part of Action network. Running change added a fifth "super advanced" difficulty level.
Space Hawk Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-04-19
Star Strike Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1981-12-22
Running change fixes bug with left controller.
ABPA Backgammon Board Game APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
aka Backgammon
Checkers Board Game APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-09-17
aka Draughts in some markets
Reversi Board Game APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-05-11
USCF Chess Board Game Mattel Electronics Teletape Inc. Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-11-23
aka Chess
Utopia Construction and management simulation Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-06-03
Credited as the game that spawned the construction and management simulation genre. For one or two players.
Horse Racing Gambling APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-10-03
Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack Gambling APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
aka Blackjack & Poker; pack-in game 1980-1982
Las Vegas Roulette Gambling APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-10-03
Programmed by Walter Bright[8] Intellivision Lives also credits John Brooks.
Royal Dealer Card Game APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-09
The Electric Company: Math Fun[9] Educational APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
aka Math Masters; Running change had digit entry changed from right to left to left to right.
The Electric Company: Word Fun[10] Educational APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1980-11-05
album cartridge: Crosswords, Word Hunt, and Word Rockets
Vectron Shooter Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
B-17 Bomber Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-07-23
Bomb Squad Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-09-14
Space Spartansdagger Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
  • NA: 1982-06-29
Tron: Solar Sailer Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics


ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: TREASURE OF TARMIN Cartridge Role-playing APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
aka Minotaur
Bump 'n' Jump Racing Technology Consultants Mattel Electronics
BurgerTime Stealth Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Buzz Bombers Shooter Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Kool-Aid Man Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Loco-Motion Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Mission X Shooter Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Motocross Racing Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Pinball Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Beamrider Shooter Cheshire Engineering Activision
Happy Trails Puzzle Activision Activision
Pitfall! Platform Activision Activision
River Raid Shooter Activision Activision
Stampede Shooter Activision Activision
The Dreadnaught Factor Action Cheshire Engineering Activision
Worm Whomper Shooter Cheshire Engineering Activision
Centipede Shooter Atari Atarisoft
Defender Shooter Atari Atarisoft
Pac-Man Stealth Atari Atarisoft
Later re-released by INTV Corporation.
Carnival Shooter Coleco Coleco
Donkey Kong Platform Coleco Coleco
Donkey Kong Jr. Platform Coleco Coleco
Lady Bug Stealth Coleco Coleco
Mouse Trap Stealth Coleco Coleco
Turbo Racing Coleco Coleco
Venture Shooter Coleco Coleco
Zaxxon Shooter Coleco Coleco


Atlantis Shooter Imagic Imagic
Beauty & the Beast Platform Imagic Imagic
Demon Attack Shooter Imagic Imagic
Dracula Action Imagic Imagic
Dragonfire Action Imagic Imagic
Fathom Action-adventure Imagic Imagic
Ice Trek[11] Action Imagic Imagic
Microsurgeon Action, Simulation Imagic Imagic
Nova Blast Shooter Imagic Imagic
Safecracker Action Imagic Imagic
Swords & Serpents Action-adventure Imagic Imagic
Tropical Trouble Platform Imagic Imagic
Truckin' Driving, Simulation Imagic Imagic
White Water! Action Imagic Imagic
Blockade Runner Shooter Interphase Technologies Inc. Interphase Technologies Inc.
Sewer Sam Shooter Interphase Technologies Inc. Interphase Technologies Inc.


Frogger Platform Parker Brothers Parker Brothers
Popeye Platform Parker Brothers Parker Brothers
Q*bert Platform Parker Brothers Parker Brothers
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Shooter Roklan Parker Brothers
Super Cobra Shooter Parker Brothers Parker Brothers
Was not available in the United States[12].
Tutankham Shooter Parker Brothers Parker Brothers
Was not available in the United States[12].
Congo Bongo Platform Sega Sega
Championship Tennis Sports Nice Ideas Dextell Ltd.
World Cup Soccer Sports Nice Ideas Dextell Ltd.
When used with the ECS Computer Adapter up-to four controllers and cooperative two-player game-play is supported. aka Super Soccer
Body Slam: Super Pro Wrestling Action Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf Sports Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-06
Commando Shooter Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-10
Dig Dug Action Atari INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-06
Diner Action Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-06
Hover Force Action Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
Programmed with ChromaDepth 3-D technology[13] and shown publicly by Mattel Electronics as HoverForce 3-D at 1984 January CES.[14] Released by INTV with modified game-play, 3-D glasses not included.[15]
Learning Fun I Educational Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-06
aka Factor Fun; also includes Math Master from Math Fun cartridge
Learning Fun II Educational Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-10
aka Memory Fun; also includes Word Rockets, Word Hunt, Crosswords from Word Fun cartridge
Mountain Madness: Super Pro Skiing Sports Realtime Associates, APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
updated U.S. Ski Team Skiing
Pole Position Racing Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
Slam Dunk: Super Pro Basketball Sports Realtime Associates, APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-10
updated NBA Basketball
Slap Shot: Super Pro Hockey Sports Realtime Associates, APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-10
updated NHL Hockey
Spiker! Super Pro Volleyball Sports Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
Stadium Mud Buggies Racing Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
Super Pro Decathlon Sports Realtime Associates INTV Corporation
Super Pro Football Sports Realtime Associates, APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
updated NFL Football
Thin Ice Action Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
Thunder Castle Stealth Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
[16]
Tower of Doom Role-playing Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-03
Programmed by Daniel Bass as ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Tower of Mystery Cartridge. Game-play and strategy was incomplete when Mattel Electronics closed in 1984. John Tomlinson prepared the game for the 1987 INTV release.[17][18]
Triple Challenge * Board game Mattel Electronics Teletape Inc. APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
  • NA: 1987-03
Compilation of previously released games Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon
World Championship Baseball Sports APh Technological Consulting INTV Corporation
[16]
aka All-Star Major League Baseball; updated Major League Baseball

Entertainment Computer System Releases[edit]

With one exception the following cartridges require the ECS Computer Adapter and either the Computer Keyboard or Music Synthesizer peripherals.

Title Genre Developer Publisher Released Notes
The Jetsons' Ways With Words[19] Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Developed with Mattel's Educational Product Department.
Melody Blaster Music Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
designed for the Music Synthesizer piano keyboard
Mind Strike Strategy Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Mr. Basic Meets Bits 'N Bytes Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
runs without the ECS Computer Module with limited features
Scooby Doo's Maze Chase Stealth Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
World Series Major League Baseball † ‡ Sports Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
aka Super Series Big League Baseball; First sports simulation and management video-game.

Keyboard Component Releases[edit]

Keyboard Component cassettes had limited availability through direct mail or select markets. Only 4000 Keyboard Components were manufactured[20].

Title Genre Developer Publisher Released Notes
BASIC Cassette & Cartridge[21] Programming APh Technological Consulting, Microsoft Mattel Electronics
Based on Microsoft BASIC v2.0b for MOS 6502.[22] Unique cartridge using one of the Keyboard Component I/O ports.
Conversational French § Educational APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
Crosswords I § Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Requires the BASIC cartridge.
Crosswords II § Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Requires the BASIC cartridge.
Crosswords III § Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Requires the BASIC cartridge.
Family Budgeting § Financial Mattel Electronics
Requires the BASIC cartridge.
Geography Challenge § Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics
Requires the BASIC cartridge. Programmed by Don Daglow and Julie Hoshizaki in BASIC.[23]
Jack LaLanne's Physical Conditioning § Fitness APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
Intellivisionlives.com lists Hal Finney as the programmer; there was also an unknown programmer and programmer Tom Loughry;[6] graphics designed by Karen Nugent of Mattel
Spelling Challenge § Educational APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
Programmed by Peter Kaminski, who also worked on an unreleased Math Challenge.[24]

Unreleased[edit]

A list of Intellivision games that were mostly completed but not released. Keyboard Component software on cassette tape are also included. Technical demos, store demos, and test cartridges are not included. Air Strike is one game that can be considered unfinished but is included in this list because the found prototype is a playable game. Hypnotic Lights is excluded because it is mostly a technical demo. Grid Shock is excluded due to lack of game play. Some were not released due to marketing decisions, others were due to Mattel Electronics shutting down in January 1984. Unless otherwise noted the reference source is the list of Unreleased Intellivision Games at IntellivisionLives.com.[25]

In a 2014 interview, APh programmer Tom Loughry explains that in 1982 he and another APh programmer started a third Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game which was abandoned when he left the company. He also worked on a Keyboard Component cassette game Super Football whose completion status is unknown.[26] In a 2015 interview with Russ Haft, manager of the Intellivision programming group at Atari, it is explained that in addition to the four games released versions of Joust, Jungle Hunt, Pole Position, and Missile Command were completed or close to completion. Missile Command would have been dropped because of poor playability.[27] A June 1983 press release from CBS Electronics announces Wizard of War and Gorf to be released in July and Blueprint, Solar Fox, and Omega Race cartridges for August. This suggests Wizard of War and Gorf were completed and programming on the others were at least started.[28] Other announced games such as Imagic Wing War and Moonsweeper have little information about their status.

Title Genre Developer Publisher Copyright Notes
Adventures of TRON Platform APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1982 An Atari 2600 conversion of Mazeatron converted back to Intellivision. Rejected by Mattel marketing.
Air Strike Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1982 Unfinished but playable. Rejected by Mattel marketing. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac
Brickout! Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1981 Created for the Triple Action cartridge. Dropped due to legal concerns. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac.
Chartcraft Stock Analysis § Financial APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics Keyboard Component cancelled
Choplifter! Action Realtime Associates INTV Corporation 1990 lacks some sound effects.
Deep Pockets Super Pro Pool & Billiards Sports Realtime Associates INTV Corporation 1990 Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac and Intellivision for PC Volume 2
Doubles Tennis Sports Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1982 Ray Kaestner updated the original Intellivision Tennis with computer controlled players and support for ECS four controllers.[29] Unrelated to Championship Tennis.[30]
Fireman[31][30] Action Nice Ideas
The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Developed with Mattel's Educational Product Department.
Game Factory Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Video-game construction kit. Released in 2001 Intellivision Rocks
Gli Spartani Dello Spazio Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1982 Space Spartans with Italian speech; requires the unreleased International Intellivoice
Go for the Gold * Sports Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Compilation of previously released games Skiing, Hockey, Basketball, and Boxing
Hockey (Pong) Action APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1981 Created for the Triple Action cartridge. Dropped due to legal concerns.
Illusions Puzzle Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics 1983
Jeanne Dixon Astrology § Entertainment APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics Keyboard Component cancelled
Joust[27] Action Atari Atarisoft 1983 no known prototype found; unreleased due to market crash
Jungle Hunt[27] Action Atari Atarisoft 1983 no known prototype found; unreleased due to market crash
King of the Mountain Action-adventure Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1982 Lacks sound effects and only mountains 1 and 6 accessible. Programmed by Judy Mason. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac.
Land Battle ^ Action, Strategy APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1982 Two-players required. Cancelled by marketing. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac.
Las Vegas Craps Gambling APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics
League of Light Music Activision Activision 1983 Released in 2001 Intellivision Rocks. Programmers, Russ Lieblich and Peter Kaminski,[32] switched to Commodore 64 development and released the game as Master of the Lamps in 1985.[33]
Les Spartiates De L'Espace Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1982 Space Spartans with French speech; requires the unreleased International Intellivoice
Magic Carousel Children's Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Postponed by Mattel marketing. Released in 2001 Intellivision Rocks
Magic Carpet[31][30] Action Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics
Meteor Shooter Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1981 Unfinished but playable; embedded in Astrosmash. Dropped due to legal concerns. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac
Missile Command[27] Shooter Atari Atarisoft 1983 no known prototype found; unreleased due to poor playability[27]
Number Jumble Educational Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 ECS provides scratchpad work area but plays without it. Developed with Mattel's Educational Product Department. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac.
Party Line: Blow Out Party games Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Part of the Party Line album cartridge. Released in 2004 Intellivision Lives! for Nintendo DS
Party Line: Hard Hat Party games Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics 1983 Part of the Party Line album cartridge. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac
Party Line: Space Cadet Party games Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Part of the Party Line album cartridge. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac
PizzaTime[31][30] Stealth Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics BurgerTime sequel
Pole Position[27] Racing Atari Atarisoft 1983 no known prototype found; unreleased due to market crash
Robot Rubble Action Activision Activision 1983 Released in 2001 Intellivision Rocks
Rocky & Bullwinkle Puzzle Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983 Cancelled by new management.
Scarfinger Action Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics 1983 Rejected by Mattel marketing.
Shootin' Gallery[34] Shooter Imagic Imagic Atari 2600 version sold poorly.[35]
Spartaner aus dem All Action Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1982 Space Spartans with German speech; requires the unreleased International Intellivoice
Spina the Bee Action Nice Ideas Mattel Electronics 1983 aka Zzzz! Spina the Bee. Based on a European cartoon character, popular with little girls. Rejected by Mattel marketing.
Super NFL Football Sports Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983
Takeover ^ Real-time strategy APh Technological Consulting Mattel Electronics 1982 Two-players required. Rejected by Mattel marketing. Released in 1998 Intellivision Lives! PC/Mac
Tetris Puzzle Realtime Associates Programmed by David Warhol to test new PC development system; not for release.
Yogi's Frustration Platform Mattel Electronics Mattel Electronics 1983

Tutorvision[edit]

White cased game cartridges playable ONLY on the unreleased World Book Tutorvision console (which uses its own REXEC and REXGROM). Games were designed by World Book, J. Hakansson Associates, and programmed by Realtime Associates. The Tutorvision and cartridges listed below were developed in 1989 but not released.[36]
Title Genre Developer Publisher Notes
Busy Bodies Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book
Geo Graphics Educational Realtime Associates World Book Geography Level 2
Jungle Math Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book
Map Mazes Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book Social Studies Level 1
Nounsense Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book
Shapes In Space Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book Math Level 1
Story Stopper Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Tale Teller Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book
Time Trip Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Time Trip (Canadian Edition) Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Tops In Terms Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Wordcalc Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Wordsmith Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Write It Right Educational Realtime Associates World Book
Zoo Review Educational (young children) Realtime Associates World Book

Homebrew[edit]

Games created by Intellivision fans and hobbyists.

Title Genre Developer Publisher Released
4-Tris Puzzle Joe Zbiciak Joe Zbiciak
Minehunter Puzzle Ryan Kinnen Ryan Kinnen
Same Game and Robots Michael Hayes, David Harley Michael Hayes, David Harley
Stonix Arnauld Chevallier, David Harley, Heather Harley Arnauld Chevallier, David Harley, Heather Harley
Space Patrol Shooter Joe Zbiciak Joe Zbiciak
Blix Puzzle Michael Hayes Good Deal Games
Piggy Bank Action Mark Ball BBWW Games
Christmas Carol vs. The Ghost Of Christmas Presents Action James Pujals Left Turn Only
  • WW: 2012

Related[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://intellivisionlives.com/credits.php
  3. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/credits/action.html
  4. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/credits/sports.html
  5. ^ "(PGA) Golf Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011. 
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  7. ^ "Blue Sky Rangers 20th Reunion". intellivisionlives. Intellivision Productions. 
  8. ^ "Walter Bright Resume". 
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  10. ^ "The Electric Company: Word Fun Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011. 
  11. ^ "Ice Trek Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011. 
  12. ^ a b "INTV Funhouse Parker Brothers". 
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  14. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/credits/intv1.shtml#hover_force
  15. ^ http://leftturnonly.info/three_dee.html
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  18. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/credits/intv2.shtml#tower
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  21. ^ http://papaintellivision.com/hwKeyboard.php
  22. ^ http://www.pagetable.com/?p=46
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  24. ^ "CGE 2004 Intellivision Panel". Digital Press the video game database. 
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  27. ^ a b c d e f Intellivisionairies Podcast. "Episode 19". 5:18h. 
  28. ^ "CBS Electronics Press Release". INTV Funhouse. 
  29. ^ Intellivisionairies Podcast Episode 26 time 2h:59m
  30. ^ a b c d Patrick Aubrey interview
  31. ^ a b c Nice Ideas Creative Backlog
  32. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/bluesky/games/credits/activision.shtml#league
  33. ^ "Game History". Master of the Lamps Instructions. Activision. 1985. 
  34. ^ http://www.digitpress.com/library/interviews/interview_steve_defrisco.html
  35. ^ http://www.dadgum.com/halcyon/BOOK/DEFRISCO.HTM
  36. ^ http://www.intellivisionlives.com/media/newsletters/news030715.html

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