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  1. Nothing is ever 100%, but Intellivision is planned for development after the base system is ready. The arcade cores wouldn't be using MAME. Each core would be the hardware recreation of the actual arcade, not using a software emulation method. So the each arcade core would be specific to a specific game.
  2. No, there are no open source Intellivision cores at the moment. These extra cores are still very early in the process, but most likely won't receive a lot of development time until the system is released.
  3. We will be sending out emails to early access confirming order details and shipping. If you want to switch models for early access, just respond to that email saying which version you want to switch to.
  4. First off I want to thank everyone who has helped back and spread the message about this project. When the initial goal was set, we didn't anticipate the larger number of higher reward level backers. After reviewing our finances and updating our projections based on the current backing from the kickstarter, we will be moving forward with Plan B. We are going to move to a standard Pre-order through the CollectorVision website. By doing the direct pre-order through the website, we will be able to maintain the original timelines for the project. This will also allow us to accept Paypal, which a lot of people have asked for and prevented them from backing the kickstarter. The original timelines from the kickstarter are the same with a March timeframe for Early Access and a June/July timeframe for the rest. The pre-order is available now at: https://collectorvision.com/shop/colecovision/collectorvision-phoenix/ https://collectorvisionphoenix.com should also take you there as well If you have any questions feel free to ask. Thanks, Brian
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