Intellivision II

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Intellivision II
Intellivisionlogo.gif
Basic Information
Type(s)
Home Console
Generation
Second
Mattel
Intellivision]
Intellivision III
Atari 2600, Emerson Arcadia 2001, ColecoVision, Atari 5200 and Vectrex
3 million
Astrosmash (1 million)
Technical Information
Cartridge
Input(s)
Intellivision Controller
Features
Cartridge Input
Power/Reset Switch
RF Output
Power Output
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release
1982
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The Intellivision II is an update to the original Intellivision. Besides having a smaller case, the Intellivision II also has detachable controllers with flatter membrane keypads, and the Power and Reset buttons were combined into one single button, which required depressing for several seconds when the system is turned on in order to turn it off. Some games such as Donkey Kong, Carnival, Venture, and Mouse Trap were rendered inoperable to play on this version of the system due to a modification in the system's EXEC chip purposely designed to lock out unlicensed third party titles.

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