Utopia is probably the first ever Real-Time Strategy game ever made. It was designed by Don Daglow and was published exclusively for the Intellivision by Mattel in 1981.
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Super Cobra, Intellivision
The Intellivision console has a very good conversion of Konami‘s arcade hit Super Cobra, courtesy of Parker Brothers.
10 Best Intellivision Games
LISTS: as decided by The King of Grabs, in descending order of greatness:
1. Treasure of Tarmin
2. Tower of Doom
3. Cloudy Mountain
4. B-17 Bomber
5. Lock ‘n’ Chase
6. Stadium Mud Buggies
7. Chip Shot Super Pro Golf
8. Bump ‘n’ Jump
9. Auto Racing
Auto Racing, Intellivision
Larry Zwick‘s 1980 game, Auto Racing, is like an early, prototype version of Codemasters‘ famous Micro Machines.
It’s an overhead racing game for one or two players.
Chip Shot Super Pro Golf, Intellivision
Although it’s not quite Leaderboard, Chip Shot Super Pro Golf is a decent enough golf game on the Intellivision console. Arguably even the best.
Thin Ice, Intellivision
Also known as Duncan’s Thin Ice, this cute arcade-style action game was released by INTV Corporation in 1986.
This 1983 release from Imagic is somewhat revered among Intellivision fans, because it is an original title, and because in it you play Dracula and must drink the blood of victims in order to survive for as long as possible.
Microsurgeon is a fantasy action game set inside a human body, similar in many respects to the scenario in the classic film Fantastic Voyage.
You control a microscopic robot and must administer care to patients in need of it.
Beauty and the Beast, Intellivision
Beauty and the Beast is a 1982 release for the Intellivision, by Imagic.
It’s a Donkey Kong clone – in some respects – but with none of the challenge or joy of Nintendo‘s classic platform game.
Intellivision Defender is a very good conversion of the timeless Williams arcade game. It was developed by Atari and released for the Intellivision in 1983.