Intellivision Game Console Systems for Sale

Intellivision video game console system for sale

The classic home video gaming console Intellivision was released by Mattel in 1980 as a direct competition against the Atari 2600 which dominated the home arcade system market at that time. The original price tag for this system was $299.95, fifty dollars more expensive than the Atari 2600. Intellivision supported superior graphics but with only 19 games in its first year of life, it lacked the vast library that Atari has accumulated over the years. Mattel sold about 175,00 during its first year. However, by 1982 they sold over 2 million units, inspiring them to later release an enhanced version Intellivision 2 which featured a smaller design, music keyboard, cross compatibility with Atari 2600 games, and detachable hand controllers that were redesigned. If you are interested in collecting this console, browse through the sales listings below for some good discount bargains.

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Intellivision Console Lot With In Box Games Overlays and Manuals
Ends Sunday Dec-21-2014 6:22:50 PST

Intellivision Snafu nur Modul gebraucht
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Intellivision Burger Time mit OVP gebraucht
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Intellivision Lock n Chase mit OVP gebraucht
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NICE Intellivision System plus Goodies in this Bundle
Ends Sunday Dec-21-2014 10:35:43 PST

NEW Intellivision 2 Player System
Ends Sunday Dec-21-2014 11:25:25 PST

Intellivision Mattel Electronics Controller
Ends Sunday Dec-21-2014 11:45:37 PST

Vintage Intellivision II Game System and 22 Video Games Working Condition
Ends Sunday Dec-21-2014 13:16:23 PST

Intellivision Brown Console
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Console Intellivision Mattel Ita 1979 con giochi
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Game Console Intellivision 'The Intelligent Television" Commercial from the '80s.


Another nostalgic commercial about this classic system. Note: George Plimpton had a recurring role as the presenter comparing Intellivision vs Atari games.

The Intellivision can be considered the first 16-bit game console system and also the first to have the ability to download games. The system did not have hardware to save these downloadable games so it would be erased when it was turned off. IntelliVoice module, which used the SPO256 Orator chip, allowed for certain games have real-time voices unlike earlier systems. This video game console was also the first to offer a music synthesizer keyboard as a peripheral.

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