You probably already know this, but there are Mattel and Intellivision Inc variants of many of these. I have most of the titles boxed (loose Star Strike), but I have no idea which variants I have (or which I'm missing). Actually, I don't think I have the box/manual for Deadly Discs either. Time to take inventory...
Are we talking about these:
The ones shown are the original release of each one. I've also seen them released by "Telegames USA". Here's an example:
Make the controllers and emulator and the planned software etc. For the XBOX or PS4.
Add the Download feature into the emulation software.
Okay, I really want a system. But to be commercially successful, this may be the proper route?
I'm on board - cartridge port or not. I support the Intellivision lifestyle. I'm drinking a mojito right now. Seriously.
But this is exactly why I think a cart port makes a LOT of sense when it comes to being a successor to the original Intellivision. Without it, why not do as 1980gamer suggests and release the controllers and emulators that work on PC, Xbox One, PS4, etc. and be done with it. I already have awesome Intellivision consoles, some modded with RGB, that play my originals and homebrews GREAT on old TVs or brand new HDTVs. I know, I know... I am not THE market. I'm part of the 1% (different 1%) and I would really love some awesome touchscreen (to show the overlays) controllers with a real physical disc and side buttons to use with my emulators. Heck, I bet that a cart adapter, if released later, could be made to work on ANY USB enabled system with enough horsepower and smarts to read the carts (PC, Xbox, PS, etc.)
Not intending to go negative here. I am excited about this.
I know it isn't part of the initial release and Tommy T. said that it would have to be made by a third party, but I REALLY want a cartridge port to use my flash carts with homebrews, hacks, demos, etc. on them. Even if the games are available in the "store", I already bought them... twice - Once as carts and again as ROMs when available.
Working on bally board. 32k memory expansion, sd cart reader (can dump/clone and load bally carts to sd card) , composite output, ballcheck diagnostic emulation. Connects to the 50 pin expansion connector on the back of bally. Will post more info later.
Can someone tell me the reason that something cannot be listed? I get it if it is just a temporary secret. Is that it? If so, where can I be pointed to acquire this mysterious secret item, or, realize that I already have it?