Intellivision Game Lists
Games followed by PSX are Available on Intellivision Classics for PlayStation
These are games for which two versions were released.
Occasionally after an Intellivision cartridge was released, a "running change" would be ordered. A modification to the program would be made, usually in response to consumer complaints. None of the cartridges were recalled; the change would be made as existing inventory was used up and new copies of the game were manufactured.
All of these games were Mattel Electronics releases except for Pac-Man, which was originally released by Atari and re-released by INTV Corporation.
This chart only lists games in which changes to the actual program were made; mere packaging or labeling changes aren't included.
Sears Tele-Games Releases
Once upon a time, Sears only sold items under their own brand names, such as Kenmore appliances and Craftsman tools. For video games, their brand name was Tele-Games, and in the early 1980s they sold the Tele-Games Video Arcade and the Tele-Games Super Video Arcade consoles, which were compatible with the Atari 2600 and the Mattel Electronics Intellivision, respectively, since they were actually MADE by Atari and Mattel, respectively.
Mattel repackaged many of the early Intellivision cartridges in Tele-Games boxes for sale by Sears. The cartridges themselves were identical to the Mattel Electronics versions. The league names (NHL, NBA, etc.) were dropped from the packaging of the sports games and from Backgammon; "Las Vegas" appeared on the packaging of the Poker/Blackjack and Roulette cartridges, but not as part of their titles.
The 1981 Super Video Arcade brochure is posted here.
Demo, Promotional & Test Cartridges
This table lists cartridges that were not released to the public but used to promote or repair the Intellivision.
Unreleased Intellivision Games
This table lists all known games for the Intellivision system that were essentially finished (needing, at most, some debugging or fine tuning of some features) but never released in cartridge form.
** The animated title screen for Go for the Gold appears on the Intellivision Lives! CD-ROM.
Unfinished Intellivision Games
This table lists known unfinished Intellivision games. Some are merely prototype screens, some are quite playable, but missing some graphics or features. But they are games that some tangible work was done on (many more titles were announced). Also included are some games that while fairly complete, were done as a joke or a test and never intended for release.