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Quick question on this 125 games in this list: To be considered a complete collection can it be the cartridges or do you need all boxes, manuals, and overlays?

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Quick question on this 125 games in this list: To be considered a complete collection can it be the cartridges or do you need all boxes, manuals, and overlays?

Rev's site identifies 3 levels of the 125 club. One is for all CIB, one allows for carts only, one allows for 124 (missing Spiker). Sorry for no link.

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Got a nice delivery today. Gotta begin to count on what's missing in the elusive 125 list :D

 

 

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"Never give your sources" :grin:

 

But they games came fantastically packaged in two boxes. I never took so long to unpack a single game...

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List of Lists Needed:

 

The 125 we have that.

 

The 124 we have that.

 

Master System and Hardware List - Have that.

 

Sears List - Ok we have that.

 

Homebrew Boxed Releases - We got that.

 

Cart Only Releases - ??

 

Total ROM Released List - Can't Find That.

 

International Releases List - CAN'T FIND THAT!

 

French Canadian List - Can't Find That.

 

Box Variants - Don't see that.

 

Any more lists to ad to the lists?

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Cmart has been on a very long journey collecting and chronicling many of these, but it has been slow going. I could only imagine the amount of work that goes into taking all of the necessary pictures and writing descriptions for all of these sub-collections. He has already shared a ton of info, but much of it is scattered about the forums.

 

Here's my feeble attempt at organizing some of my favorite Cmart Collection threads:

 

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/214218-cmarts-original-125-checklist/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/209150-cmarts-complete-ecs-hardware-and-software-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/207446-cmarts-intellivision-inc-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/201647-cmarts-parker-bros-intellivision-variations-thread/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/192232-my-complete-intellivisiondigiplay-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/174569-complete-colecocbs-box-art-variations/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/214754-cmarts-intellivision-homebrew-collectionso-far/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/198861-cmarts-intv-triton-catalog-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/195766-intellivision-colour-manuals/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/184067-top-20-rarest-cib-intellivision-games/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/199053-cmart-and-revs-top-30-intellivision-variations/

 

By the way, if you haven't thanked Cmart lately for his enormous ongoing contribution to our shared hobby, you should ;-)

 

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Cmart has been on a very long journey collecting and chronicling many of these, but it has been slow going. I could only imagine the amount of work that goes into taking all of the necessary pictures and writing descriptions for all of these sub-collections. He has already shared a ton of info, but much of it is scattered about the forums.

 

Here's my feeble attempt at organizing some of my favorite Cmart Collection threads:

 

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/214218-cmarts-original-125-checklist/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/209150-cmarts-complete-ecs-hardware-and-software-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/207446-cmarts-intellivision-inc-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/201647-cmarts-parker-bros-intellivision-variations-thread/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/192232-my-complete-intellivisiondigiplay-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/174569-complete-colecocbs-box-art-variations/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/214754-cmarts-intellivision-homebrew-collectionso-far/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/198861-cmarts-intv-triton-catalog-collection/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/195766-intellivision-colour-manuals/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/184067-top-20-rarest-cib-intellivision-games/

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/199053-cmart-and-revs-top-30-intellivision-variations/

 

By the way, if you haven't thanked Cmart lately for his enormous ongoing contribution to our shared hobby, you should ;-)

 

We should definitely thank Cmart for his ongoing contributions and you for aggregating it when we need it. So thank you! :)

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Thanks for the kind words fellas, and thanks to Jason for organizing all my threads of note. Hey, maybe I should have my own section! Lol! :)

 

Actually the CBS/Coleco thread was Rev's, mine is still in the pictures already taken, but verbiage not yet written, stage. Mine will be very complete, although I am aware of what I'm still missing as there are a couple. Many of these I need to send to Steve for his site.

 

As I was away from my collection for the better part of six months it's been difficult creating new threads and finishing off trades with so many of you as I had about 100 boxes to unpack and I'm not really that close to completely organizing it in my new house. Other threads will eventually come.... :)

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Very Cool. Thanks to CMART, MOTV67 and JaysonlikesINTV!

 

Now back to counting….lets see I've got 12 of those, 20 of those, 124 of those and 125 of those…humm don't have a lot of those. Got a positive Pay Pal balance…nope nothing on ebay...

 

tired now.

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So... which numbers go with which list? Everyone knows that 125 refers to the total number of released Intellivision games, but the other numbers are new to me.

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So... which numbers go with which list? Everyone knows that 125 refers to the total number of released Intellivision games, but the other numbers are new to me.

I think BBWW was just kidding around with all the variants. I'll make sure to number each variant when I make the threads. In fact, I have sort of done so in the smaller subset threads. I'll talk to one of the moderators about posting a few more sticky threads with the lists.

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Yeah I was counting things like Intentional versions…Sears Versions…French Canadian and so on… Really I have a lot of things to add. I do have 80 of the 125 sealed now…and if I count "New" non-shrinkwrapped as Sealed many more. Things like Pitfall and later versions that were not shrinkwrapped.

 

At this time I an only missing 4 boxed home brews (not counting those variants as well). With all upcoming games with Pre-Orders pre-ordered.

 

Have all 125 CIB. In general I am going off the deep end.

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In general I am going off the deep end.

Yah you are, and that's OK. Embrace it. We're here to help. :)

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Got a nice delivery today. Gotta begin to count on what's missing in the elusive 125 list :D

 

 

 

Wow, I'd love to have that kind of money to be able to nearly complete every tough title for the Intelly in one fell swoop!

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Does anyone else find it odd this official list includes ECS games that will not work without that expansion module?This is like counting sega cd and sega 32x games as part of an official genesis game list which is not done. Also most game system complete library lists focus on games released in a given region. So why include tutankham and make it all games released worldwide and not list for north america or europe or what not. Is this done because so few games were released for the system?

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1. Pre-crash stuff tends to be tracked differently. Many if not most 2600 lists include Starpath games, for example. It's just that there were a lot fewer games released for these systems so they get lumped together (even with the 2600's 400+, that's nothing compared to the post-NES era). Of course there are exceptions (O2/Videopac, or the mess that is the Arcadia) but for the main systems this holds true.

 

2. Expansion units had very tiny libraries back then. The SegaCD and 32X had dozens of games each. So it makes sense to track them separately. The ECS games add up to what, 6 or 8?

 

3. Even with the Genesis, personally I track them together. It's still the same system, albeit with add-ons required. I don't see this being much different than Coleco games that require the Super Action Controllers, or NES games that require a light gun. Those all go on the base list in my book.

 

4. As for region - was Tutankham not released in North America? I never knew that! But yeah I suspect you're seeing 2 things - first, the small library the INTV had. But second - and I think more importantly - it's the first system that had a complete game list online thanks to the BSR folks. Even today people argue about what should and should not appear on a 2600 list, or an NES list, or what have you. The INTV has a very definable game list that's been referenced for nearly 20 years now. It's not just the collector community trying to figure it out decades later as is the case with most other systems. If it showed up on the BSR website, people counted it.

 

5. And lastly, 125 is just a nice even number in many people's brains. Humans are funny that way. :)

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Even better, look at the URL of the Intellivision/Aquarius forum. It's forum # 125. Coincidence? I think not!

 

FWIW, there were 6 ECS titles and 4 (or 5) Intellivoice titles. The World Series Major League Baseball game required the ECS, but also had Intellivoice features - which were added atmosphere, not required to play the game, so it has the distinction of being cross-listed in both categories.

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