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  1. Hey guys, time for another variations thread, this time a small one based on variations of variations. Those of you who are new to variation collecting for the INTV and who are super OCD and must have all versions are going to hate me. We're going to look at Space Armada and a couple of cool variations of it (One was cool enough to get mentioned in another thread even - at #17) http://www.atariage....ion-variations/ First up is the RED Action Network version of Space Armada which wasn't released in the US, but rather just for PAL land. (Unlike the Red Space Battle which did have a US release). There are three versions. The top one was the Australian release distributed by Lifestyle Electronics, and manufactured by Radofin Electronics whom you may recognize from Aquarius fame. The second one was also manufactured by Radofin but this time was distributed by Advanced Consumer Electronics in England. Finally the third release was a regular Mattel Hong Kong release. Next up are the two Digiplay versions, which, annoyingly, have two different addresses, or rather, one had an address correction on the back (see the third pic). There are a number of Digi releases that came out as both Digimed and Digiplay releases after the company changed its name during the production life on a few of the titles. Hope you enjoy this little knowledge drop. Happy variation collecting and please stop sending me hate mail for bringing this stuff to your collective attention. :lolblue:
  2. So I was playing this.... and I thought it's about time I posted another collection shot, this time though I wanted to show my up to date Intellivision Homebrew collection which I believe includes all the homebrews made to date. Here's an overview pic of the games so far with seemingly hundreds of new Intellivision games on the horizon. I'll break it down a bit in the next few posts. (So please don't post until you see #8 completed).
  3. Ok, it's about time we did this for anyone looking to complete their Original 125 for the Intellivision. So....here we go. Mattel Electronics (61 titles, broken down by Network) Action Network (14) 1. Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Cartridge (Cloudy Mountain) 2. Armor Battle 3. Frog Bog 4. Lock'n'Chase 5. Nightstalker 6. Sea Battle 7. Shark! Shark! 8. Sharp Shot 9. Snafu 10. Space Battle (the red Action Network version was released before the blue Space Network one, but either is fine in your collection) 11. Sub Hunt 12. Triple Action 13. Tron Deadly Discs 14. Tron Maze-A-Tron Arcade Network (1) 15. Vectron Gaming Network (4) 16. Horse Racing 17. Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack 18. Las Vegas Roulette 19. Royal Dealer Learning Network (2) 20. Electric Company Math Fun 21. Electric Company Word Fun Space Network (4) 22. Astrosmash 23. Space Armada 24. Space Hawk 25. Star Strike Sports Network (11) 26. Auto Racing 27. Boxing 28. Major League Baseball 29. NASL Soccer 30. NBA Basketball 31. NFL Football 32. NHL Hockey 33. PBA Bowling 34. PGA Golf 35. Tennis 36. US Ski Team Skiing Strategy Network (5) 37. ABPA Backgammon 38. Checkers 39. Reversi 40. USCF Chess 41. Utopia 1983 Non Network Games (10) 42. Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Treasure of Tarmin Cartridge 43. Bump'n'Jump 44. Burgertime 45. Buzz Bombers 46. Kool-Aid Man 47. Locomotion 48. Masters of the Universe - The Power of He-Man 49. Mission X 50. Motocross 51. Pinball Intellivoice (4) 52. B-17 Bomber 53. Bomb Squad 54. Space Spartans 55. Tron Solar Sailer ECS (6) 56. Jetsons' Ways with Words 57. Melody Blaster 58. Mind Strike 59. Mr Basic Meets Bits'n Bites 60. Scooby Doo's Maze Chase 61. World Series Major League Baseball INTV Corporation (21) 62. Body Slam! Super Pro Wrestling 63. Chip Shot Super Pro Golf 64. Commando 65. Dig Dug 66. Diner 67. Hover Force 68. Learning Fun 1 69. Learning Fun 2 70. Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing 71. Pole Position 72. Slam Dunk Super Pro Basketball 73. Slap Shot Super Pro Hockey 74. Spiker! Super Pro Volleyball 75. Stadium Mud Buggies 76. Super Pro Decathlon 77. Super Pro Football 78. Thin Ice 79. Thunder Castle 80. Tower of Doom 81. Triple Challenge 82. World Championship Baseball Dextell Ltd (2) 83. Championship Tennis 84. World Cup Soccer Activision (7) 85. Beamrider 86. Happy Trails 87. Pitfall! 88. River Raid 89. Stampede 90. The Dreadnaught Factor 91. Worm Whomper Atarisoft (3) 92. Centipede 93. Defender 94. Pac-Man Coleco - [8] 95. Carnival 96. Donkey Kong 97. Donkey Kong Junior 98. LadyBug 99. Mousetrap 100. Turbo 101. Venture 102. Zaxxon Imagic (14) 103. Atlantis 104. Beauty & the Beast 105. Demon Attack 106. Dracula 107. Dragonfire 108. Fathom 109. Ice Trek 110. Microsurgeon 111. Nova Blast 112. Safecracker 113. Swords & Serpents 114. Tropical Trouble 115. Truckin' 116. White Water! Interphase (2) 117. Blockade Runner 118. Sewer Sam Parker Brothers (6) 119. Frogger 120. Popeye 121. Q*Bert 122. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 123. Super Cobra 124. Tutankham Sega (1) 125. Congo Bongo Well, there you have it boys and girls. Hope this helps.
  4. Time for another Cmart mini-collection. This time we'll look at all the ECS games, including all variations, as well as all the hardware. Let's start with an overview of everything. (Except the bloody ECS Synths, which I forgot about and had to include later). This includes all the variations of the 6 games, 13 in total, plus the two new Intelligentvision games just for fun (and completeness ). There are also two versions of the ECS Computer Module, the more common white version (the North American release), and the less common brown version (for PAL land). There are also white and brown versions of the ECS Music Synth, but strangely they both come in the box with the white Synth on the front. For reasons I'm not clear on, I now seem to be able to only post one picture per post, so I'm going to take up the next nine posts to fill in the details. And now for the usual disclaimer....if anyone finds something ECS related that I don't have, you know what to do. I'll make it worth your while. (In trade Rev, and by that I mean games.)
  5. Hey guys, I recently picked up a number of cool new items via ebay and trades with fellow AA'ers and I thought I'd share a few. First off, the "Special Home Version of Sega Arcade Game" French Canadian variation (The regular French Canadian version says "Plays like the real arcade game") Next, two very hard to find French CBS versions of Venture and Zaxxon Third, a UPC code version of INTV Pinball from a trade with mojotv67 A couple of cool Italian manual versions of Backgammon and Checkers from eBay Italy. A French/German International version of Stampede with four pieces of extra catalogs/paperwork Two French manual gatefold versions of Mind Strike and Scooby, and two Dutch manual versions of Horse Racing and Armor Battle, all from Oscar Three ridiculously cool Shockvision items with Liduario's assistance. On to a couple of catalog/newsletter pics... Four different (81, 82, 83, 84) Mattel catalogs (I have soooooo many other ones to show you guys) I FINALLY finished the six North American "Intellivision News" newsletters. and last, but certainly not least, one of my all time favourite pickups for which I paid dearly. Hope you guys enjoy them.
  6. Episode 27 is up! No game review, but plenty of entertaining content. Special guest host "Cmart" (Christian Martin) joins us this time around. There's expo talk, an Ultimate Flashback review, Coleco reproduction box set review, a Mattel/consumer catalog segment ("Collecting With Cmart"), Feedback, News and George. Oh, and Rick is tooling about town on a Penny-Farthing bicycle for some reason. BIG thanks to Benjamin "Vipp" Stirling (aka "George") and Shaun Holley for the 'Rick on a Penny' artwork! http://intellivisionaries.com/episode-27-rick-rolled-retro/
  7. Hi guys, here's the promised pics of my Intellivision Inc collection which I recently consolidated onto four shelves. The Intellivision Inc stuff ends with ECS Super Series Baseball in the fourth pic. There are a couple of extra boxes in there where there's a white label cart variation, but these are all the games that I believe to exist. I do not think there is a Locomotion or Checkers or Tennis. There are two variations of these variations that I know of that I need. Both have the UPC code on the bottom flap, one is Pinball and one is Bump'n'Jump. If you have either or both, you know what that means. I also could use an upgrade to my Snafu, Golf and Tron Deadly Discs. If you have a nice copy of any of these three, PM is your friend. You have something I want, and there's a good chance I have something you want. Lets make it happen. Enjoy.
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