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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

An OMINOUS CASTLE awaits you in the land of Tarmin...filled with treasures, magical items...and horrifying monsters. Out of sheer courage and curiosity you force yourself in, not knowing that your days are numbered... With just a bow, a shield, a quiver or arrows, a sack of flour, and an empty pack you move through ENDLESS DUNGEONS and CORRIDORS, haunted by swiftley appearing DEMONS. Somewhere the DRAGON KING awaits you. You fight your way through sinister doors, hidden doors, and strange ladders that take you underground...as you collect TREASURES, SHIELDS, and WEAPONS. You encouter PHYSICAL...

Alien Quest

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

The Alien attack has begun, the safety of the planet depends upon you. Your space ship is protected by an energy shield and equipped with a powerful laser gun. Go and crash all the invaders. May the force be with you.

Armor Battle

Armor Battle

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1987

You are on a dangerous tank mission. To reach and destroy your assigned target, you must maneuver through a field filled with enemy mines. Although these are hidden, the mine detection equipment in your tank warns you of their presence by producing a buzzing sound. This is your signal to change course on route to your target. If you should stumble into a mine, your tank will be "destroyed" and returned to its original starting position. If you get through the minefield and successfully engage the target, the built-in computer will automatically set up another challenge with a new starting...

Astrosmash

Astrosmash

Mattel Intellivision - Released - October 15, 1981

You're in command of a battery of laser guns. You have unlimited ammo and a lot of targets! You can roll up big scores by hitting a spectacular barrage of falling rocks, bombs, guided missiles and attacking UFOs. It's fast moving, action-packed excitement every minute! If you're good enough, you can get your score up in the millions, and the higher you go, the faster they come! Here comes trouble! Rocks, spinning bombs, laser-seeking guided missiles, and more! Fire at will! It's you against the computer as you try to shoot down everything in sight! The sights and sounds of battle add...

B-17 Bomber

B-17 Bomber

Mattel Intellivision - July 23, 1982

Europe, 1943. You control a B-17 Flying Fortress. Your mission: select a "target of opportunity," fly to it, drop your bombs and return safely to base. Enemy fighters try to shoot you down- and flak bursts in the sky as you start your bomb run. The voices of your crew announce approaching fighter planes and targets, as you play pilot, machine runner, bombardier and navigator. Keep 'em flying! - One player against the computer. - Targets include factories, refineries, warships, airstrips and antiaircraft batteries. And they're all defended! - Realistic battle sounds include voices of your...

Ben 10

Ben 10

Mattel HyperScan - Released - 2006

Ben 10 was the 2nd game for the HyperScan Console, based on the hit Cartoon Network animated series of the same name. You play as Ben and have to use your "Power cards" to change into other playable Characters. Each of the characters have there own unique powers and abilities.

Blow Out

Mattel Intellivision - 2010

[Unreleased 1984] Two roller-skating dancers drop darts from a scaffold onto rising balloons. An easy enough task, except these rude guys keep bumping into each other and knocking each other off the scaffold. When the music stops, that’s the signal for the next players to take the controllers. Programmers at Mattel Electronics came up with a series of casual games meant to be played at parties. The "Party Line" cartridge was shown at the 1984 CES but never produced

Bomb Squad

Bomb Squad

Mattel Intellivision - September 14, 1982

TIME BOMB is ticking! You have less than a half hour to disarm it! DOOMSDAY! You're too late! The bomb explodes! You've lost a city and the game. You're face-to-face with ticking disaster! By patching circuits with clumsy hand tools and by guesswork, you struggle to disarm the bomb, save the city. It's a tougher-than-ever game that TALKS TO YOU! You play against the clock and computer-caused difficulties. 3 skill levels. Points for rewiring circuits correctly. 2000 bonus points for disarming the bomb! You'll hear VOICES all the way! "How to do it" instructions. Taunts from the...

BurgerTime

BurgerTime

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

Your chef is battling for his life in the fast-paced world of fast food. He scurries up ladders and across planks in a frantic effort to build delicious hamburgers. Horrible hot dogs, evil eggs, and perilous pickles constantly try to surround and trap him. Dust those nasties with a pinch of pepper and stop them in their tracks. Gulp some coffee or gobble some fries and you store some extra pepper. Get through the seventh maze and you are a certified burger-maniac. Pickles, eggs, and hot dogs relentlessly chase your chef through the maze. Be smart and be quick but most of all, carry plenty...

Buzz Bombers

Buzz Bombers

Mattel Intellivision - September 1, 1983

Bees to the right of you! Bees to the left of you! Bees above you! Bees, Bees everywhere! Boldly into the flower garden you charge with your spray can, blasting those little Buzz Bombers into oblivion. Red honeycombs and yellow honeycombs checker your screen, trapping bees. Your friendly Hummingbirds darts in and out of honeycombs eating honey and scoring points for you. Spray every bee and you move onto the next level - proving once again that victory is far sweeter than defeat!

Cute Cubes

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

You remember the old plastic hand held games, where you push plastic around till everything is in order? Wll now it's computerised and boy is it cute. The computer randomly mixes up the letters in any degree of difficulty and you have to unscramble them. If you watch carefully at the beginning you can follow the computer making the moves and then copy it and put everything back in its place. Simple fun? Not likely, it might be cute cubes to the computer, but to you it's fiendish, fickle, frustrating, futile, fruitful, fabulous fun.

Dungeons & Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun

The Flintstones' Keyboard Fun

Mattel Intellivision

[Unreleased 1983 ECS] "It's fun to learn keyboard skills when The Flintstones and their friends are your teachers. Now everyone can enjoy the action of a colorful and exciting video game and develop useful keyboard skills at the same time! An easy way to put the whole family in touch with the computer age. Includes our unique curriculum guide."

Game Factory

Game Factory

Mattel Intellivision - 2001

[Unreleased 1984 ECS] Now you can create your own video games without having to do all the work. Because our Game Maker comes with the graphics and game play already designed for you. You choose from a library of characters, backgrounds and gameplay, then create your own custom video game. You can even plug any regular Intellivision game cartridge into the system to borrow your favorite Intellivision characters! Requires the ECS Computer Adaptor.

Go for the Gold

Go for the Gold

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unreleased 1984] An unreleased album cartridge of four previously released games with a 1984 Sarajevo Olympic license. Games would have included Skiing, Hockey, Boxing and Basketball. In 1998 its prototype menu screen was included on the Intellivision Lives! CD.

Grid Shock

Grid Shock

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unfinished 1983] "An arcade game. Carom your shots against the moving wall to fill in the pattern on the back grid."

Hard Hat

Hard Hat

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unreleased 1984] Place your workman on the floor where the center moving scaffold is. Run to the scaffold and your workman will jump from the building to the scaffold. Pick up a pane of glass and move it into place. Complete your building before your opponent does. If your opponent is getting ahead of you, do not fret; run over to his building and knock off his panes! Programmers at Mattel Electronics came up with a series of casual games meant to be played at parties. The "Party Line" cartridge was shown at the 1984 CES but never produced.

The Jetsons' Ways with Words

The Jetsons' Ways with Words

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

Learn spelling and reading in Hanna-Barbera's "Jetsons" universe! Fly George Jetson's spacecraft around a network of platforms to collect up letters that form a word. The letters drift around the network, and will even try to get away from your spaceship when you get close. When you touch the right letter in the right order, you earn points, but touch a letter that doesn't belong and you lose them. If you collect letters out of order you don't earn as many points. On the higher levels you also have to dodge robots and satellites, which cost more points if you hit them.

King of the Mountain

King of the Mountain

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unfinished 1983] Manage your supplies and make it to the top alive. The unfinished but playable version was released on the Intellivision Lives! CD in 1998 by Intellivision Productions.

Kool-Aid Man

Kool-Aid Man

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

The children initially move together through the house, but if one of the children is attacked by a roaming Thirsty, the children separate, and are now controlled one at a time. If a child is attacked twice, that child is out of the game. If both children are attacked twice, the game is over. Once all ingredients for Kool-Aid (sugar, Kool-Aid, and a pitcher) are placed near the kitchen sink, Kool-Aid Man appears and is now controlled by the player! Use Kool-Aid Man to collect roaming fruit and to destroy the Thirsties. Once the Thirsties have been defeated, the round is over, and the game...

Lock 'n' Chase

Lock 'n' Chase

Mattel Intellivision - July 9, 1982

Lock 'n' Chase is an arcade action game similar to Pac-Man. You play a thief who is trapped in a maze like vault. To get out, you need to collect all of the gold dots located in the maze. Your task won't be easy, since there are four police officers in the vault who are constantly trying to catch you! Located throughout the maze are numerous doors. As you run through the maze, you have the ability to temporarily close a door in an attempt to block the police. You can only close two doors at a time, and any closed doors automatically open again after a short amount of time. When all of the gold...

Loco-Motion

Loco-Motion

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

Loco-Motion is a puzzle-style arcade game in which a train is riding on a grid of movable track pieces. The goal is to guide the train through the train stations located around the edge of the playfield. An empty section in the grid allows the player to shift adjacent track pieces into that section to alter the train's path, and a tracing light shows the path the train is taking as it moves. An accelerator button moves the train more quickly on its path, and a panic button will switch the piece of track the train is on with a random track piece on the grid.

Mad Mould

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

You are surrounded by horrible, infectious, mad mould. It follows you wherever you go. The only way out is to destroy it before destroys you.

Magic Carousel

Magic Carousel

Mattel Intellivision - 2001

[Unreleased 1983 Intellivoice] A children's educational game for the Intellivoice. Identify animals on a carousel and follow Instructions given throughout the game. Score points by doing what the voices tell you. Unreleased until the Intellivision Rocks CD in 2001.

Marvel Heroes

Marvel Heroes

Mattel HyperScan - Released - 2006

Marvel Heroes was the 4th game for the HyperScan Console, it is a 2D Action/Platformer set in the Marvel Universe.

Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man

Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man

Mattel Intellivision - December 1, 1983

In Masters of the Universe, you control He-Man as he battles Skeletor in two different types of arcade action scenes. In the first part of the game, you control the Wind Raider flying towards Castle Grayskull. You have a limited amount of fuel with which to reach your destination, plus numerous fireballs will be flying around the screen trying to stop you and Skeletor will be running along the ground. The Wind Raider is equipped with bombs and guns which can be used to defend yourself from the fireballs, and also can earn bonus points if you can hit Skeletor. The second part of the game takes...

Melody Blaster

Melody Blaster

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

The musical version of the popular video game, Astrosmash. And a fun, new way to learn musical notation. As musical notes fall from the sky in the pattern of a popular song, you must play the right keys to shoot them down. The faster you shoot down the notes, the faster you're learning to play your favorite songs! Requires ECS Music Synthesizer

Mind Strike

Mind Strike

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1982

What a romp! A mind-jolter that can be played slow, using alternating turns, or fast, with both players simultaneously hooked to the ultimate goal of conquering each other's CASTLE! Playing it slow, it's called MIND STRIKE, and requires quite a bit of strategic thinking. Playing it fast it's called SPEED STRIKE, and it's a dazzler that blends action with strategy! Choose up to 50 playing boards or design your own. Program the computer opponent's skill level (to your or his advantage). Engage in tantalizing confrontations. Combine your pieces for greater strength or split them apart to move...

Mission-X

Mission-X

Mattel Intellivision - September 1, 1983

Mission X is a vertically scrolling shooter played from a top down point of view.You are pilot of a World War II plane on a mission to destroy as many enemy targets as possible. Your missions will be flown over land and sea, and can take place during the day or at night. Try to earn as many points as you can by dropping bombs on the land targets which include bridges, tanks, trains, boats, and more. The enemy will be trying their best to stop you, and will send out large numbers of tanks, anti-aircraft missiles, and planes to try to destroy you!

Motocross

Motocross

Mattel Intellivision - June 1, 1983

Motocross is a bike racing game for one player against the clock, one player against the computer, or two players. Included are three different racetracks of varying lengths, each with many twists, turns, and even some jumps. Be careful when racing or you could skid off the track on a sharp turn or crash after a poorly timed jump! You can also use the track editor to create your own track to race on. For each race you can choose anywhere from one to ten laps to be completed.

Mr. BASIC Meets Bits 'N Bytes

Mr. BASIC Meets Bits 'N Bytes

Mattel Intellivision - August 1, 1983

An introduction to computers and BASIC programming through the fun of a video game. Control "Mr. BASIC" and capture the "Bits" and "Bytes" in one of three exciting games. Learn to write simple programs on the Computer Keyboard. Or, use the hand controllers just for fun. These programs use our unique color-coded graphics system to make learning programming as easy as a game.

Night Stalker

Night Stalker

Mattel Intellivision - May 16, 1982

Robots, bats, and spiders chase you around a maze in Night Stalker, which boasts similar gameplay, if some what slower, to the arcade smash Berzerk. Players must pick up a gun that is randomly placed in the maze. The gun provides the player with a certain number of shots. Once depleted, the gun is again placed in a random part of the maze.

Night Stalker

Night Stalker

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Robots, bats, and spiders chase you around a maze in Night Stalker, which boasts similar gameplay, if some what slower, to the arcade smash Berzerk. Players must pick up a gun that is randomly placed in the maze. The gun provides the player with a certain number of shots. Once depleted, the gun is again placed in a random part of the maze.

Number Jumble

Number Jumble

Mattel Intellivision - Unreleased - 1998

[Unreleased 1983] Cut across fire in a Time Sailer, cruise under water in a Submarine, fly through thin air in a Zeppelin, or roll across the Earth in a Tank -- but never stop firing at the dreadful creatures that beset you! Shoot them down with the fireballs you control and they'll turn into black numbers. When you shoot enough creatures, you get a chance to solve exciting mathematical equations...and score big points! Hurry, for every second counts! Have fun! 1 or 2 players. 1 little man under your control when the game starts, 4 more in reserve. 4 different environments to choose...

PBA Bowling

PBA Bowling

Mattel Intellivision - July 31, 1981

This is a game of skill that requires you to knock down pins as in real bowling. Play alone or with up to three friends. Two game are available: standard bowling and pick-up spares. Pick-up spares sets the pins in a variety of ways to let you practice difficult shots. Options allow you to select 1 of 10 conditions of alley slickness and the weight of your ball. Players can also choose to be a right or left handed bowler. While trying to knock down the pins you will need to control the curve and loft of the ball.

Pinball

Pinball

Mattel Intellivision - March 1, 1983

Pinball is a pinball simulation for one or two players. You begin the game with five balls, and need to score as many points as possible by hitting the ball into the various bumpers and targets on the pinball table. The pinball table consists of three different screens, each with a different layout and level of difficulty. To advance from one screen to the next, you need to use a single ball to hit several targets and then get the ball into a white cup that appears. If you are on the second or third screen and the ball falls off the bottom, you will be back to the lower screen; if the ball...

Rocky and Bullwinkle

Rocky and Bullwinkle

Mattel Intellivision

[Unreleased 1983] Math mode to this game. "Rocky and Bullwinkle must stop the evil Boris and Natasha from robbing a train full of priceless valuables. While Boris uses "Upsidasium" to float the valuables up to Natasha's waiting helicopter, Rocky must fly around and intercept them. When Rocky catches the valuables, he gives them to Bullwinkle for safe keeping."

Santa's Helper

Santa's Helper

Mattel Intellivision - Released - November 1, 1983

Find and gather all the toys and gifts. Find the elf for extra points. Get all the gifts and join Santa in his sleigh. Drop gifts down chimneys as they scroll past below the sleigh.

Scooby Doo's Maze Chase

Scooby Doo's Maze Chase

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

You control Scooby as he chases ghosts through a maze while himself being chased by the skull & crossbones. If three ghosts are caught within a time-limit, the skull will disappear and a submarine sandwich appears. When eaten, it gives you a magic bone which when dropped in the path of the skull will momentarily freeze it in place. When Scooby is caught by the skull, the difficulty will go down. There's 10 mazes in all, but with the keyboard addon for Intellivision you can also make your own mazes.

Shark! Shark!

Shark! Shark!

Mattel Intellivision - December 6, 1982

In Shark! Shark! you control a fish! Your goal is to earn as many points as possible while staying alive. Swimming in the ocean with you are other fish of various sizes, lobsters, crabs, jellyfish, and a very fast shark. You are able to eat any fish that is smaller in size than you are, and any fish that is larger will eat you! The shark can also be killed if you nibble at its tail several times, but careful for the shark can turn quickly. Each time you eat a fish or nibble on the sharks tail, points are earned. Each time you score 1000 points, your fish will grow larger in size allowing you...

Snafu

Snafu

Mattel Intellivision - October 15, 1981

Snafu is an arcade action game similar to the Atari game Surround. You control a constantly moving and growing wall; the goal is to trap all of your opponents before you become trapped yourself. If you crash into the borders of the screen, into another players wall, or your own wall, you are out for that round. The last player left standing wins the round! Several game options are available which allow or forbid diagonal movement, set obstacles in the playfield, allow a players wall to disappear or remain on the screen after they crash, control the speed of movement, and select the number of...

Space Cadet

Space Cadet

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unreleased 1984] "The looniest space battle ever. Each team is in command of a decrepit flying saucer that seems to work best as a battering ram. It's outer space demolition derby!" One team is from the ice planet, one from the fire planet. Each team controls a Space Cadet in a zippy little flying saucer. Bump into a sparkling asteroid to send it into the other team's planet. Team with the most hits against its enemy planet wins." A two player game but computer plays if no controller activity detected. Programmers at Mattel Electronics came up with a series of casual games meant to be...

Space Hawk

Space Hawk

Mattel Intellivision - Released - April 19, 1982

Space Hawk is an arcade action game feature gameplay similar to Asteroids. You are an astronaut stuck in deep space. You are equipped with a jet pack to help move around, and a laser gun to destroy enemies. Your main enemy is a white space hawk which wanders around the screen, leaving a trail of deadly bubbles behind him. Try to score as many points as you can be destroying both the space hawk and the bubbles, both of which are constantly trying to get you. In case of emergencies, you have the ability to enter hyperspace which will temporarily bring you away from danger. Hyperspace ability is...

Space Spartans

Space Spartans

Mattel Intellivision - June 29, 1982

The game has two screens. When it begins, a female voice welcomes you as the commander of the star ship. You have three star bases to defend while alien ships surround you. Then you choose a space sector where you enter in to the battle section. Your ship has 5 systems (Battle Computer, Impulse Drive, Hyper Drive, Tracking Computer and Shields): if your ship is hit you can repair the damage at a star base. Repairs during battles are allowed, but they are slower, use ship's energy and can't repair destroyed ship systems. The game ends when you run out of energy and/or your ship is destroyed....

Space Speller

Space Speller

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

SPACE SPELLER by Mattel Electronics is a one player educational game designed to make learning to spell fun - practice spelling while piloting your spacecraft. Catch the right words, defend your base and watch your scrore grow. SPACE SPELLER is designed not only to help teach spelling but also to improve hand-eye motor coordination. Use the built-in words or enter words from your weekly spelling lessons. You pilot a space ship and capture the correct letters, but watch out for the letter stealing comet which will swoop down and grab a letter when you least expect it.

Sub Chase

Sub Chase

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1978

Super NFL Football

Super NFL Football

Mattel Intellivision

[Unreleased 1983 ECS] A one or two player football game developed by Mattel Electronics. Requires the ECS Computer Adapter.

Takeover

Takeover

Mattel Intellivision - 1998

[Unreleased 1982] Takeover is a strategy game where the objective is to capture your opponent's capital city. This is accomplished by a coordinated effort of the armies, fleets, cities and roads at the player's disposal. The game is played with five different scenarios and randomly situated capital cities which form constraints to each player's basic strategy.

Thunder Castle

Thunder Castle

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1986

In this medieval fantasy game, players take control of a brave knight as he sets out on a quest of treasure hunting and survival. The quest takes the knight into three different realms of danger, each with its own challenges, and an ever changing maze of which they must navigate through. The quest is broken down into these challenges: Forest - The Knight must confront three dragons, each one more difficult than the last. Along the way, an enchanted bat will give him the strength to overcome the danger. Castle - The Knight must overcome six wizards, his only aid being a mouse that will...

Torment

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

This is a game that requires skill, strategy and a restless mind. On the right hand side of the screen the computer generates a random color pattern. You are dealt color blocks which, with your cursor, you place in position to match the computer pattern. You can select the skill level and you can check your score. Waiting for the next block to arrive, what color will it be, where can I fit it in? You must fit the block into the grid, even if it knocks one out of the other side. Torment, a game for the restless minds.

Tower of Doom

Tower of Doom

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1987

Tower of Doom is a single-player, Dungeons & Dragons-inspired title created exclusively for the Intellivision. Choose from 10 different character classes, each with its own strengths. 7 different quests are available for play, with the harder quests featuring randomized maps and magic item effects. After choosing the quest to embark on, players will then control their character using a top-down view of the section of the dungeon they are in, the corridors and rooms being drawn on-screen as they explore them. Also to the player's disposal is a display of the character's inventory which can be...

Tron: Deadly Discs

Tron: Deadly Discs

Mattel Intellivision - August 29, 1982

Based on the movie from Walt Disney, you play a man trapped in a computer world who must keep moving to avoid being hurt. Enemies will come at you three at a time, and will throw discs at you. You must keep moving to avoid them while also firing discs right back at them. There are different doors you can enter that will teleport you to another part of the room, giving you a chance to catch the enemies off guard. There are two skill levels, and the higher your score, the harder the game becomes. Do good, and your enemies will move faster, become more accurate, and the discs will go much...

Tron: Maze-a-Tron

Tron: Maze-a-Tron

Mattel Intellivision - October 6, 1982

You play the role of Flynn, who's been zapped into the circuits of the Master Control Program (MCP). The MCP has plans for world domination, and only Flynn can stop it. The ultimate goal of Maze-A-Tron is to disable the MCP. Maze-A-Tron is played in rounds; Circuit Maze and the Master Control Program. You go around the maze and collect energy for your shields, which can be used to protect Flynn from some enemies. You also collect zeroes that are used to clear RAM. When you proceed to the Master Control Program, the MCP works to fix the RAM you cleared. Your goal here is to fire a Bit-Gun...

Tron: Solar Sailer

Tron: Solar Sailer

Mattel Intellivision - July 1, 1983

TRON: Solar Sailer is a 1-player game with 2 stages of gameplay. In stage one, the player is given an access code to write down, and then is to guide the solar sailer down tracks in the computer world with the goal of reaching Track 0, where the MCP is located. As the player traverses the tracks, tanks attempt to shoot the sailer and recognizers attempted to move the sailer farther away from Track 0. I/O beams teleport the player closer to the MCP if they can properly enter the access code given to them at the beginning of the game. Moving down a track and shooting at enemies depletes energy...

USCF Chess

USCF Chess

Mattel Intellivision - November 23, 1982

Game features include taking back and redoing moves, rotating the game board 180 degrees, and setting up the chess board for special moves and instances. When playing against the CPU, players can also switch sides with the computer to make a move for the CPU. If the computer takes too long to make a move, the player may force the CPU to immediately make the best move it can think of, or cause the game to make an audible tone and pause before making the move.

Utopia

Utopia

Mattel Intellivision - June 3, 1982

Utopia is a game played by two players on two continents. Players must build their island nation by building farms, housing, schools, hospitals, and factories and making other improvements while also competing against another player. Players are able to sabotage the other player as well, but they must also handle maintaining a fleet of PT boats to protect their fishing fleet, building forts to prevent rebellion, and dealing with the occasional hurricane.

Vectron

Vectron

Mattel Intellivision - July 1, 1983

The object of Vectron is to construct an energy base, section by section. You add each section by moving your energy block in place and filling it with an energy blast. You must protect your energy block against Hungrees, G-spheres, splits, sweeps, and prizums who can destroy it. Shoot them down with energy blasts or neutralize them with special energy from an E-Pak. Don't run out of energy or you lose an energy block. There are three energy blocks per game. When they're gone, the game is over.

World Series Major League Baseball

World Series Major League Baseball

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

World Series Major League Baseball is a baseball sports game that supports both ECS and Intellivoice (for play by play announcements). The game is based on real baseball player statistics (even though the names had been changed to fictional ones before the release) and offers baseball games using multiple cameras (including in-game split-screen), showing the game in a 3D display rather than side-scrolling fashion.

Yogi's Frustration

Yogi's Frustration

Mattel Intellivision

[Unreleased 1983] Ranger Smith puts Yogi to work on the Jellystone Park conveyer belt. Help BooBoo get picnic baskets of goodies up to Yogi to keep him working fast. For one or two players.

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