Official Game List for Intellivision Flashback Classic Game Console

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AtGames has authorized the exclusive release of the game list for the 2014 edition of the Intellivision Flashback, which hits major US retailers like Toys''R''Us, Dollar General, and Sam's Club in October.

The 60 game list that appears on the Intellivision Flashback is as follows:
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SPACE
01 Astrosmash
02 Space Armada
03 Space Battle
04 Space Cadet
05 Space Hawk
06 Space Spartans
07 Star Strike

SPORTS
08 Auto Racing
09 World Championship Baseball
10 Slam Dunk: Super Pro Basketball
11 Body Slam: Super Pro Wrestling
12 Bowling
13 Boxing
14 Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool & Billiards
15 Football, Super Pro
16 Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf
17 Golf
18 Slap Shot: Super Pro Hockey
19 Motocross
20 Soccer
21 Spiker: Super Pro Volleyball
22 Stadium Mud Buggies
23 Super Pro Decathlon (Decathlon)
24 Tennis

GAMING & STRATEGY
25 Backgammon
26 Bomb Squad
27 Checkers
28 Chess
29 Horse Racing
30 Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack
31 Las Vegas Roulette
32 Royal Dealer
33 Utopia

BATTLE & SORCERY
34 Armor Battle
35 B-17 Bomber
36 Crown of Kings
37 Minotaur
38 Sea Battle
39 Sub Hunt
40 Tower of Doom
41 Takeover

ARCADE
42 Brickout
43 Blowout
44 Buzz Bombers
45 Frog Bog
46 Hard Hat
47 Hover Force
48 Night Stalker
49 Pinball
50 Shark! Shark!
51 Sharp Shot
52 Snafu
53 Thin Ice
54 Thunder Castle
55 Triple Action
56 Vectron

EDUCATIONAL/OTHER
57 Learning Fun
58 Learning Fun II
59 Math Fun
60 Word Fun

In addition, a 61st bonus game, the original two player Baseball, will be available in an exclusive version at Dollar General. Sam's Club will have a version with the standard selection of 60 games, but a handful of additional overlays. I should have an extensive first look at the new hardware some time in August. Finally, for those interested in the history of the Mattel Intellivision and 19 other of the greatest game playing platforms of all-time, be sure to check out my recent book, Vintage Game Consoles: An Inside Look at Apple, Atari, Commodore, Nintendo, and the Greatest Gaming Platforms of All Time.

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TripHamer
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Hint...hint?

Bill Loguidice wrote:
Next week, though it looks like one retailer broke street date already.

A hint as to who? :) I can only walk through Toys 'R' Us and a few Dollar General's and Don't have a Sam's Club Membership so should I save myself some driving? :)

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TripHamer wrote:
Bill Loguidice wrote:
Next week, though it looks like one retailer broke street date already.

A hint as to who? :) I can only walk through Toys 'R' Us and a few Dollar General's and Don't have a Sam's Club Membership so should I save myself some driving? :)

I'm afraid I can't. It's not one of those. Hopefully it gets fixed soon so there are no repercussions with any of the other retailers.

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Of the two, thus far Toys R

Of the two, thus far Toys R Us has been publicly revealed as being one of the ones who broke the street date. There's no telling how much longer, if at all, they'll be on the shelves. Even when they ring up they state very clearly on the register that they're not for sale until October 1.

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Toys R Us

Well at lest my Toys R Us didn't bother to break the street date...or they've hid them so well I can't find them. :D

It's a half Toys R Us and Half Babies R Us anyway....seems to be missing a lot of items that I use to find in the bigger Toys R Us.

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TripHamer wrote:
Well at lest my Toys R Us didn't bother to break the street date...or they've hid them so well I can't find them. :D
It's a half Toys R Us and Half Babies R Us anyway....seems to be missing a lot of items that I use to find in the bigger Toys R Us.

I'm trying to get confirmation (not from AtGames, who I wouldn't ask such a question of), but the broken street dates at Toys R Us might have been isolated to the areas surrounding St. Louis. It seems maybe a dozen people on the AtariAge forums were able to snag them, but there are tons of failures and reports of after purchasing, they put them back in the stock room because of the registers indicating the October 1 street date.

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Oh well....

Back to waiting...it's only a month anyway.

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Bill Loguidice
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TripHamer wrote:
Back to waiting...it's only a month anyway.

It sounds like the "breach" was wider spread than just the St. Louis area, but mostly isolated to the mid-West. You may as well wait, though, rather than stressing over it, and then you can make the decision whether or not you want to bother with any of the special editions.

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Special Editions

I'm only interested in the ColecoVision version at Dollar General. I got 4 DG's within a few miles of me and can visit them all in about an hour or less. Otherwise I'll pick them up at Toys R Us..or where ever else if need be.

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gutted to see advanced dungeons and dragons not on there, it was a system buy for me

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The D&D games are there

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gutted to see advanced dungeons and dragons not on there, it was a system buy for me

They're on there, just under different names.

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