23 items found in Intellivision Games

Intellivision Games Australia

Power Pro Tennis: Wta Tour Edition Game

$114

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NFL 2K3

$119

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Night Stalker

$30

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Space Battle (Intellivision)

$44

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Call of Duty 3 Special Edition

$190

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Intellivision Space Hawk

$30

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Royal Dealer

$37

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Venture - Intellivision (English U.K. Ve...

$101

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Tennis - Intellivision (GateFold Box Int...

$46

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KINGDOM HEARTS RE:CHAIN OF MEMORIES

$187

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Major League Baseball (Intellivision)

$1050

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SNAFU

$60

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Bully (PlayStation 2)

$45

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Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords and More (P...

$83

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Reversi [Intellivision]

$32

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Utopia (Intellivision)

$19

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Star Strike (Intellivision)

$24

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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the...

$383

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NCAA Game Breaker 2001 (PS2) - Rated E

$81

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FINAL FANTASY XII

$45

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ESPN WINTER SPORTS 2002

$20

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Mojo (Playstation 2)

$89

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Electronic Arts EA14636 PS2 MADDEN NFL 2...

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Price and Availability

The oldest may remember Intellivision, that late 1970s game console. A console was released in the second version in 1983 and an Intellivision, which has about 3 million sales in total, during a 12-year cycle. The price of these games is relatively lesser than other console games. Intellivision games price in Australia is below then 10 AUD. So if you haven't played these games, you can buy and enjoy the old retro games. There is a piece of good news for the Intellivision users, in 2018, Intellivision announces its return, with a new Amico console.

Intellivision Console History

It was in 1979 that Mattel launched the Intellivision console. Forty years later, enthusiasts decided to take up the torch. Under the Intellivision Entertainment brand, the new console now has a name: Amico. Its designers have gone in a completely different direction than their competitors, particularly Atari, because they want to offer a machine with new games, but exclusively in 2D, as at the time (or almost). The contents are promised solely; at least the games will have some exclusive modifications. There will be titles for big players, but not only. The goal is to have an easy-to-use, family-friendly machine, all the games being suitable for an audience of all ages or ten years old.

If the Intellivision was the first 16-bit console market, more powerful than its competitors, few technical details have leaked on the new machine. In the absence of 3D, we imagine that it will not be a monster of power. We only know that it will offer Wi-Fi, Ethernet, HDMI, USB ports… Nothing special a priori.

The first Intellivision was noticed in particular for its controllers, comprising two discs. We keep the same principle, with a microphone, gyroscope, accelerometer, and force feedback besides. The new controllers will be wireless (in Bluetooth), will also charge wirelessly, and will have a small 3.5-inch touch screen. Two will be provided, up to 8 can be used at the same time.

The first marketing test for the console took place in Fresno, California, in 1979. It was called Intellivision, short for "Intelligent Television", because a keyboard coming to be added to it to convert it into a microcomputer is planned to be marketed later, as well as a memory extension of 64 KB.

The console itself is provided with a fantastically worked design, rectangular, thin, and adorned with an imitation wood finish that allows it to rub shoulders with hi-fi or video devices in a living room. It comes with two rather strange game controllers. They are flat and rectangular in shape, like remote controls, and have a flat disc that the player presses in all directions to steer their character. In addition to this very original control system, they are equipped with a numeric keypad designed to be covered.