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INTV Corp.


INTV Corporation took over the manufacture of the Intellivision system and its games after Mattel abandoned the console market.

INTV Corp. was formed in 1984 when a group of investors led by former Mattel marketing executive Terry Valeski bought the rights to the Intellivision name and started selling Mattel's remaining video game inventory, primarily by mail-order. Sales were strong enough that when the old stock of Intellivision II consoles ran out, INTV introduced a new version called the INTV III. They also contracted Quicksilver Software and Realtime Associates to have former Mattel programmers complete unreleased Intellivision games, and even produce new ones.

INTV Corp. kept the Intellivision name alive for several years before finally closing due to bankruptcy in 1991.


Stadium Mud Buggies(1989)
Spiker! Super Pro Volleyball(1988)
Super Pro Decathlon(1988)
Mountain Madness: Super Pro Skiing(1988)
Body Slam: Super Pro Wrestling(1988)
Pole Position(1988)
Slam Dunk Super Pro Basketball(1987)
Slap Shot: Super Pro Hockey(1987)
Dig Dug(1987)
Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf(1987)
Tower of Doom(1987)
Learning Fun I(1987)
Learning Fun II(1987)
Hover Force(1986)
Super Pro Football(1986)
Thin Ice(1986)
Triple Challenge(1986)
World Championship Baseball(1986)
Thunder Castle(1984)


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