List of Intellivision games
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:
- 118 cartridges plus one compilation cartridge for the Master Component
- 6 cartridges for the ECS Computer Adapter
- 8 cassettes and 1 cartridge for the Keyboard Component
|^||For two players only|
|*||Compilation of previously released games|
|†||Intellivoice voice synthesis cartridge|
|‡||ECS Computer Adapter cartridge|
|§||Keyboard Component cassette|
|Space Action network|
|Children's Learning network|
Master Component ReleasesEdit
Cartridges released during the production life of the Intellivision from 1979 to 1990. Intellivoice cartridges are included here. Although designed to be played with speech, the Intellivoice cartridges do run without the Intellivoice peripheral.
|Auto Racing||Racing||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||Running change with steering changed from "directional" to "realistic" (left/right).|
|Boxing ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||Two players required|
|Major League Baseball ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||aka Baseball, Big League Baseball; Two players required.|
|NASL Soccer ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||aka Soccer; Two players required.|
|NBA Basketball ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||aka Basketball; Two players required.|
|NFL Football ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||aka Football; Two players required.|
|NHL Hockey ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||aka Hockey; Two players required.|
|PBA Bowling||Sports||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|PGA Golf ||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
|Tennis ^||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||Two players required.|
|U.S. Ski Team Skiing||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
|ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Cartridge||Action-adventure||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||aka Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Cloudy Mountain, Adventure, Crown of Kings; Programming by Chris Hawley, Tom Soulanille, and Tom Loughry.|
|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||
|Lock 'N Chase||Stealth||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Night Stalker||Stealth||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Sea Battle ^||Action, Strategy||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||Two players required.
|Shark! Shark!||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Sharp Shot||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||designed for voice activated control for TV Powww call-in game show|
|Snafu||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics|
|Sub Hunt||Action, Simulation||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||Programming by John Hershberger and Tom Loughry|
|Triple Action ^||Action||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||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.|
|Tron: Deadly Discs||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Tron: Maze-a-Tron||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Astrosmash||Shooter||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics|
|Space Armada||Shooter||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics|
|Space Battle||Action||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||Originally part of Action network. Running change added a fifth "super advanced" difficulty level.|
|Space Hawk||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Star Strike||Action||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||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||
||aka Draughts in some markets|
|Reversi||Board Game||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
|USCF Chess||Board Game||Mattel Electronics Teletape Inc.||Mattel Electronics||
|Utopia||Construction and management simulation||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
||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|
|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||Programmed by Walter Bright Intellivision Lives also credits John Brooks.|
|Royal Dealer||Card Game||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
|The Electric Company: Math Fun||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||Educational||APh Technological Consulting||Mattel Electronics||
||album cartridge: Crosswords, Word Hunt, and Word Rockets|
|Vectron||Shooter||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics|
|B-17 Bomber †||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Bomb Squad †||Puzzle||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|Space Spartans||Action||Mattel Electronics||Mattel Electronics||
|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|
|The Dreadnaught Factor||Action||Cheshire Engineering||Activision|
|Worm Whomper||Shooter||Cheshire Engineering||Activision|
|Pac-Man||Stealth||Atari||Atarisoft||Later re-released by INTV Corporation.|
|Donkey Kong Jr.||Platform||Roklan||Coleco|
|Beauty & the Beast||Platform||Imagic||Imagic|
|Swords & Serpents||Action-adventure||Imagic||Imagic|
|Blockade Runner||Shooter||Interphase Technologies Inc.||Interphase Technologies Inc.|
|Sewer Sam||Shooter||Interphase Technologies Inc.||Interphase Technologies Inc.||
|Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back||Shooter||Roklan||Parker Brothers|
|Super Cobra||Shooter||Roklan||Parker Brothers||Was not available in the United States.|
|Tutankham||Shooter||Roklan||Parker Brothers||Was not available in the United States.|
|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|
|Commando||Shooter||Realtime Associates||INTV Corporation|
|Dig Dug||Action||Atari||INTV Corporation|
|Diner||Action||Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics||INTV Corporation|
|Hover Force||Action||Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics||INTV Corporation||Programmed with ChromaDepth 3-D technology and shown publicly by Mattel Electronics as HoverForce 3-D at 1984 January CES. Released by INTV with modified game-play, 3-D glasses not included.|
|Learning Fun I||Educational||Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics||INTV Corporation||aka Factor Fun; also includes Math Master from Math Fun cartridge|
|Learning Fun II||Educational||Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics||INTV Corporation||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||updated NBA Basketball|
|Slap Shot: Super Pro Hockey||Sports||Realtime Associates, APh Technological Consulting||INTV Corporation||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||
|Tower of Doom||Role-playing||Realtime Associates, Mattel Electronics||INTV Corporation||
||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.|
|Triple Challenge||Board game||Mattel Electronics Teletape Inc. APh Technological Consulting||INTV Corporation||
||Compilation of previously released games Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon|
|World Championship Baseball||Sports||APh Technological Consulting||INTV Corporation||
|aka All-Star Major League Baseball; updated Major League Baseball|
Entertainment Computer System ReleasesEdit
With one exception the following cartridges require the ECS Computer Adapter and either the Computer Keyboard or Music Synthesizer peripherals.
|The Jetsons' Ways With Words ‡||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 ReleasesEdit
|BASIC Cassette & Cartridge||Programming||APh Technological Consulting, Microsoft||Mattel Electronics||
||Based on Microsoft BASIC v2.0b for MOS 6502. 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.|
|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; 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.|
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.
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. 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. 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. Other announced games such as Imagic Wing War and Moonsweeper have little information about their status.
|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. Unrelated to Championship Tennis.|
|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||Action||Atari||Atarisoft||1983||no known prototype found; unreleased due to market crash|
|Jungle Hunt||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, switched to Commodore 64 development and released the game as Master of the Lamps in 1985.|
|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||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||Shooter||Atari||Atarisoft||1983||no known prototype found; unreleased due to poor playability|
|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||Stealth||Nice Ideas||Mattel Electronics||BurgerTime sequel|
|Pole Position||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||Shooter||Imagic||Imagic||Atari 2600 version sold poorly.|
|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|
|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.|
Games created by Intellivision fans and hobbyists.
|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|
- "Official Intellivision Classic Videogame Website". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "Official Intellivision Classic Videogame Website". intellivisionlives.com.
- "Intellivision Classic Video Game System / Action Network Games". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "Intellivision Classic Video Game System / Sports Network Games". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "(PGA) Golf Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
- Intellivisionairies Podcast. "Episode 6". 2:38h.
- "Blue Sky Rangers 20th Reunion". intellivisionlives. Intellivision Productions.
- "Walter Bright Resume".
- "The Electronic Company: Math Fun Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
- "The Electric Company: Word Fun Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
- "Roklan". GDRI. Retrieved 26 September 2018.
- "Ice Trek Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
- "INTV Funhouse Parker Brothers".
- "Press release" (PDF). www.gtri.gatech.edu.
- "Intellivision Classic Video Game System / INTV Corp. Releases". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "Hover Force Compatible 3-D Glasses". leftturnonly.info.
- "Intellivision Makes A Comeback". Computer Entertainer. 4 (11): 12–13. Feb 1986.
- Kelly, Sean; Santully, Joe (May–June 1993). "DP INTERVIEWS: DANIEL BASS". Digital Press (11): 3.
- "Intellivision Classic Video Game System / INTV Corp. Releases". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "The Jetsons' Ways With Words Release Information for Intellivision". GameFAQs. CBS Interactive. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
- "Keyboard Component". Intellivision Lives. Intellivision Productions.
- "Keyboard Component Hardware - Papa Intellivision". papaintellivision.com.
- "Create your own Version of Microsoft BASIC for 6502 - pagetable.com". www.pagetable.com.
- "Classic Game Fest 2016 Intellvision Panel".
- "CGE 2004 Intellivision Panel". Digital Press the video game database.
- "Intellivision Classic Videogame System Game Lists". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- Intellivisionairies Podcast. "Episode 6". 2:46h.
- Intellivisionairies Podcast. "Episode 19". 5:18h.
- "CBS Electronics Press Release". INTV Funhouse.
- Intellivisionairies Podcast Episode 26 time 2h:59m
- "Patrick Aubry, Nice Ideas - GAMOTEK".
- "Nice Ideas Storyboards - GAMOTEK".
- "Intellivision Classic Video Game System / Activision for Intellivision". www.intellivisionlives.com.
- "Game History". Master of the Lamps Instructions. Activision. 1985.
- "DP Interviews". Digitpress.com. Retrieved 2018-08-09.
- "Halcyon Days: Interviews with Classic Computer and Video Game Programmers: Steve DeFrisco". 1997.
- "Intellivision Classic Videogame System July 2003 News". www.intellivisionlives.com.