The Intellivision home video game system by Mattel was never as popular as the Atari 2600, the undisputed king of early 1980s home gaming, but there were still plenty of great games for the Intellivision. Here, take a look back at two games for the Intellivision that were fun to play.
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The Atari 5200 home video game system never had the popularity of the famous Atari 2600, but it did have better graphics over all and it still had plenty of games that were fun to play. So, let’s take a look back at five of the games that made the Atari 5200 gaming system worth having.
Atari might have been king of home video games in the early 1980s, but the company had plenty of competition, such as from the Odyssey 2. The Odyssey two didn’t have the best graphics, and it wasn’t the most popular gaming system, but it still had its fair share of hit games that were tons of fun to play.
In the mid-1980s through the early 1990s, the Nintendo Entertainment System was king of the home video game consoles. Plenty of those games were fun to play then, and they’re still fun to play now. Here are six of my favorites.
Jane Austen’s Rouges and Romance by the BBC and six Wave games is a new take on two old ideas. First, the excellent books by Jane Austen and second the ever popular hidden object game.
Grinns, by Nexon and published by six wave games, is a new Facebook game in beta testing. It is worth the time for the fun animation alone.
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Nintendo DS almost wasn’t called Nintendo DS.
This is what it would have been called if they didn’t go with Nintendo DS as the name.
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The Colecovision home video game system from the early 1980s offered plenty of arcade action coming out of your own television, and one of the games for the Colecovision was the arcade classic "Cosmic Avenger."