In this episode we reconvene to discuss all things Intellivision. We’ve got Amico talk, including an interview with Intellivision Entertainment’s Software Technical Director John Alvarado. We’ve got a follow-up interview with Daniel Bass (this time he reviews our review of Loco-Motion). Steve Craft drops by, and we’ve got Feedback, listener …
In this episode we review two games: Loco-Motion from Mattel Electronics, and Happy Trails from Activision. We also interview both programmers, Daniel Bass and Carol Shaw! As if that weren’t enough, we have another Team Amico interview, this time with VP of Production Jason Enos. The episode is lacking a …
In this episode we discuss the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2019, Paul interviews the former head of Intellivision game development and leader of The Blue Sky Rangers, Gabriel Baum. And we have a new Amico segment, Feedback, listener voicemails, News (kind of), George, and an extended outtakes!
In this episode we FINALLY review the Mattel Electronics game Shark! Shark! Paul interviews the game’s designer & programmer Ji Wen Tsao. Rick has a new Hobby Projects / Homebrew Highlight segment on the FW Diagnostic Cartridge and an Intellivision console repair. We also finally have the results of the
In this special episode, Rick, Cmart and Paul talk about their adventures at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2018. It’s chock-full of exciting Intellivision content, both old and new! The Blue Sky Rangers panel (Intellivision – A Legacy of Firsts!), which was moderated by Paul is also included. And there
In this special episode, we discuss the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2018. We talk about all the amazing Intellivision related things that will be there, including the new Intellivision Entertainment console reveal, and all the various Intellivision vendors, game releases and fans of the console who will be there. Intellivision
In this episode we review the Left Turn Only game Space Patrol. Rick also interviews the game programmer Joe Zbiciak, and has a new Hobby Projects segment on repairing and modding a Commodore 1902A monitor. Paul interviews Atari Age user and Intellivision enthusiast extraordinaire “Decle” (aka Ian). And we have